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THE ABGUa TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1895.
L - - - - - - -w---ivw- for Infants and TT3 TT yea. re tin itM of safTMesas of yrnn, n srt H 1 tun rtl tMy tt t rtwj; for Infanta tad aiMwa tho world has owor kow.It la laarsaloe-. Calldrea cc It. It n-ivoa ttw health-It va-tn w .their lira-. To It Mother, hava aosaohiaf. which fa abeo latoly eaio & proetlcolly war foot ay a) aldleVsi Caa-torla doetroye Wot, Ca-ta-rla allaya Faogtafcao a. Can torta pro oats tibHIu Sot Cwt C tort ear .Dlaj-rhcaa and Wind CoMo. C torla rolloves Teething TiwdIo. Cas toria oar lC trpatlom aad .riatnloaey. Cas-torla trail the Oafoct of earho-ado add goo or poison one air. Co toe-la do o t atata mtorpalaso, walam, or other aarootle property. CootorU adsitIato tho food, rogalatoo tho stomach aad bowels, gtrlmg; ltoalthy aad atsrral sloop. Caetorla fa pat op in o-ofao Vottlo only. It fa not sold In palk. it alVyr any to soil pom ajy that It to "Jaot aa good" aad "will aaiswer ovary purpose." . Boo that yoa got C-A-g-T-O-R-I-A. Tho iao-olaUlo olgaataro of Children Cry for CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE, Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Permanent located Tla. DR. T. M. WALSH, Ttmtj Clinic! Protestor la two of Chicago's itadlaf BMdical college.. f ' a - " ,- i j,f AekaowUrfK) by tb Veilleal Profrvuloa. Ar.kimwlmlml b? lha Pi. ArWnowle.t-1 iy I a l World' (irritisat nj Only soccewfal BMCUIUU la Chr.ilc NnrxKi. I'riv.w. aid aarf leal DIhhm or bttn mm. COKSCLTATtON KKK! PgOMIT AKD PKKMAKRNT CURKs! WEAK MF.N. You that aro tronb- 14 with Merron Dchlltty, Lnt Miobood. Is antlT Ormfia, MlRht Iomc. Dtfrctlr Xraory, Tknklmtd ItiMOlty, Lou of Will Powar, Mentl itelnXnn. alcrpl!!. or any othrr fymptna of nrnmii iliutlir. Yon naUconall aa ba fura It I loo lata. lilay la fatal. SUKOICAt. oprrationa performed at yonr bona ha daalrad. AboomtDal aad braia aanrary a iDntlaltf . TAa oral mm hrm rarilvi1 f.i nnr rw.pkaKa haa rnmpallad na to aa hl aieaiia la oroar to Rte tba pwpl a wall a tha medical profeaoo the Aaaellt of nnr knowladire of medlciiM aad onr Inimitable hli in the art of iilrrrm. Rrmembrr your faajliir phyician la alwaya wrlcotna to ae m ppetala. V are willing to'aprc-ad our knowledcr i " - 'v . v, iw " ""Km naaicai ana pnrvio-i ntumara wit bara written. Only caraMa caata taken. Ecat of reference and credential. If yon canaot call, write. Haa area cared by auiU Chicago Medical Institute. Oflice. 124 West Third Street. The Portage Entry Quarries Co., Successor to the Portage Ked Stone Co., also to Vurst Nea St Co., morsiKTOBa or LAKE SUPERIOU PORT AGE RED, BROWN AND VARIEGATED SAND STONE QUARRIES. Security Building, Ninth Floor, Madiacn Street and Fifth Arenue, -Chicago HARDWARE! Mixed House And Floor Paints, Lawn Mowers, Rubber Hose, Refrigerators, Wash Machines, Etc., Etc. FRANK ILL 1119 Third avtao. :t Children. Cos tori -H-th tho patgoBac to epeiaL; of It wrlthoat a-nonalng. - thtaa: el oa the plea or r remit o faoaororr Pitcher's Castoria. in Davenport, Iowa. DR. J. K. WAI.SH, Late o( Chlc-ago. formerly 8nrgon-ln-Chter o St. Autbony' llucplUI. YOU CANT afford to delay if yo are arfrlnfr with Catarrh. Bronchitis, Afthma Karl Conuniitiaii, rlheamat m.Neuralir.a. Or pepKia, McrofuU. Hitpblll, blood, liTor.kldnay dl- ara, rcpturo. pllea or hidrocrle. Our long ho pital axiianaiice coablea aa to aava a life when Mueraiau. WE CAN positively guarantee a radical ram of Variooceta It! sTen daya hyonr painlea method. Wopvn , nffrrlrg from otriae or oertalD Ironblca of any nmlnra coma and (at aa opinion oa ourca ir .e or cuarge. ai.ni i . - i i i a n iu uuiaiuia iuiif w recaiTa iron uia mao hcCnllungh BnlUJInjc, I'AVKNPOUT . IOWA. Hours ff to 10 a to . and 1 Ion la a . blffsror three-dollara worth than any other. Tannery calf akin, docgola top, all leather trimmed, olid leather soles with a eemant of oork and rubber between .the outer and Inner. Btndiomt. Easy and DaraiU. Ten Styles 4, 64and.Ojwlde, Ask Your Dealer For U J. B.. LEWIS CO.. Boston AUm. Sold ly DOLL? BROS. Jolin Voile Oc Co, - etxsBAi. . CONTRACTORS Aim ! : K0 U3E BUILDERS. Mannfaatnrera of Sash, Doors and Blind. ' And all kind of Woodwork for Builder BMIac. Floorln. Wataaaoatta( tak atnot. aat a aad Sta , IB. ewis i SENTTOTHOEAE Some Results of the Raffle for - 8eats in the House. mar of hote is tee backgeousd aswral of Thean Locmtad by Daaao Fentoaa la "tha Cherokee Strip- The Maa Who Draw the "Booby" PrUe Caacoa of Bo pabllcaa BeBaters Poblle Dab aad De partmeat Eatimates Mora Caaadiaa Fiahariea Trouble Expected. WA8HISOTOS. Dec 8. When the clerk of tho house read the result of the ballot for speaker it stood this way: Reed, 234; Crisp, (6; Bell, 6; Culberson 1. There was 16ud applause which was redoubled when the portly form of the new speaker was seen on the stand to which he had been escorted by the usual committee. In deed the applause was a regular storm. lasting for fully a minute. ' Reed, arrayed In a long frock coat and wearing a dark four-in-hand tie, stood calmly and serenely with his hands clasped In characteristic fashion behind his back until the house was quiet: Harmer (Rep.) of Pennsylvania. the oldest member in continuous service present, came forward and administered the oath of office to the speaker. The lat ter thon turned to the house. Looking Into the sea of upturned faces he delivered his inaugural. Slowly and distinctly the words fell from his lips. At many places his brief speech was punctuated with ap plause. ' Admits That It Feela Good. It will not be unbecoming tome. I hope, if I acknowledge to this assembly that it is rrry ngreeablo to me to stand once more In this place, which I left four years ago. Of the past, however, I shall not speak, for the past speaks for itself in terms more fitting and appropriate than auy words which could come from my lips. Nor shall I speak of tho future, for we? are not putting off the harness but put ting it on. Yet I think I mny venture to sny of the future in the light of the past that if we do something which for the moment seems inadequate, it may be that time which has justified itself for us on many occasions may do so again. Those who have acted with wisdom heretofore may be fairly expected to act with wisdom hereafter. Promises aa Impartial Rule. "I am sorry to cay that the pleasure as sociated with the honor you have bestowed upon me, an honor which no American citizen can fail to appreciate and for which I give thanks, is but for the moment. while the cares and responsibilities extend over many days. So for as the perform ance of my duties affects the whole people of the L lilted states, 1 Invoke their con slderato judgment. So far as it affects the members of this house I ask from both sides of the chamber that cordial co-oDcra- tion without which I cannot hope to suc ceed, assuring them that no effort on my part will be spared to aid them in the per formance of their duties by that entire impartiality which is their just due." The "Hame" for Choice Scats. Applause agUn fcr.-otod tho speaker as he sat down nnd then tho routine was taken up and committees appointed to announce to president and senate that the house was ready for business. This done a matter in which the members take a very keen interest was taken up the se lection of scats. . An arrangement was en tered into by which the Republicans should have the first tier of seats on the Democratic side and also the two las tiers. Threo hundred and fifty-six balls were placed in a box and shaken up. A blindfolded page drew out the balls and the members selected their scats as their names were drawn. According to the usual custom the house granted the ex- speakers. Crisp and Grow, the privilege of selecting their seats without drawing. Crisp selected a seat in the heart of the Democratic minority and Grow took a seat near the center of the Republican side. Fortune Bard oa Eminence This Time. Tho name of McClure (Rep. of Ohio) was the first drawn from the box. Owens (Dem. of Kentucky X the successor of Breckinridge, was second: Perkins (Ren of Iowa) the third. Some of the oldest and most prominent member on both sides were very unlucky in the lottery. tint or Illinois, who win do chairman of foreign affairs; Henderson of Iowa, who will probably be chairman of appropria tions, and Walker of Massachusetts, who will head the banking and currency com mittce, were obliged to content them selves with scats In the last tier on the Democratic side, known as the "Chero kee Strip." Among tho last names called was that of Payne of New York, who is much talked of for the chairmanship of ways and means. He found a vacant chair on the remote left. Bartlctt (Dem. of aew York) drew the "booby" prise. Hi was the last name called. As soon as the drawing was completed the house, on motion of Pavna of Wv xorK, adjourned for the day. CONDITION OF THE PUBLIC DEBT. Increases Kearly S3oo,00O Owing to De pletion of tho Reserve. Washington-, Dec. 8. The monthly treasury statement of the public debt shows that on Nov. 30, 1893, the debt less cash in the treasury amounted to t948, 477,611, an increase for the month of ti. 046,503, which Is accounted for the de creases of (3,541,611 In the cash In the treasury. The debt Is recapitulated as fol lows: Interest bearing debt, 1747,361,900 debt on which Interest ha ceased since maturity, 1,676,180; debt bearing no in terest. ta76,S45,857; total debt. el.l.S83. M)7. This amount, however, does not in clude t6S2,987,t-73 In certificates and treas ury notes, which are offset by an equal amount oi cash in the treasury. The cash la the treasury is classified a follows: Gold, l,b67,945; silver, 130 144,743; paper, I I53.8fiJ.744; bonds, dii burslng officer balances, etc, 15,oSB.2Di making a total of ttiOl, 130,692, against which there are outstanding demand lia bilities amounting to (633,714,303 leaving cash balance or (177,400,386. Among the papers transmitted to con gress by the seretary of the treasury was an estimate of the amount needed to run tha government for the next fiscal year. The total la (418,091,073. Tho estimates recapitulated by titles are, cent omitted, a follows: Legislative establishment, (8,880,681; executive establishment, (V 103,842; judicial establishment, (923,980 foreign iotercouiae. (1,649,058; military tabUabment, (3tas.SS; naval establish stent, (27, 583,S7; Indian affairs, (8,750,458 C74,a; postal servico,- (e,0M4,77a; miscel laneous, on,oda.oai ; permanent annual appropriations, (119,054,160; ' grand total, (418,091,073. -- . ' r Tho October statement of the Internal revenue bureau shows receipts a follows: Spirits, (8,025,608; increase over same month in 1894.- (8,8c3.S51. Tobacco, (3,- 680,814; increase over same month In 1894, (19a,X14. - Fermented liquor. (3,573.kU; increase.over same month in 1894, (848. Oleomargarine, (146,983;. decrease over same month in 1894, (35,343. Miscellane ous, (41,315; decrease over same month in 1894, (13,338, making the total receipts for October f 13.750,231, a net gain of (7.035,- 638. The receipts during the four months ended Oct. 81, 18J5. amounted to (51,494, 693, a decrease of (13,264,992. The feature of the statement Is the fan that the re ceipts from whisky Increased from (1,001, k36 during October, 1894. to (7,711,034 dur ing October, 1893, the Wilson bill being the cause. . REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL CAUCUS. Oiscossloa of the Organization Question, Bnt No Definite Action. Washixgtox, Vic ' 8. Sherman was elected Chairman of the senate Republican caucus and Dubois secretary, and there was a good attendance. A resolution that a caucus committee be appointed by the chair was, after a short discussion, with drawn, the principal reason " for with drawal appearing to ba the discovery of the fact that there was a large clement in the caucus opposed to the selection of the committee by appointment. It is now un derstood that when the resolution is re newed it will bo antagonized by a substi tute providing for the election of the com mittee by the caucus. " 1 he discussion mostly, however.oentcrcd around the question whether the Repub lican senators, having a plurality but not a majority of the senate, should attempt a reorganization with Republican officers and Republican chairmen of committees. It was evident that the prevailing senti ment favored Republican organization. and some speeches were made, notably by Uavis oi Minnesota and Aldrich of Rhode Island, urging that there should be no combination or compromise with any ele ment outsido the Republican ranks. This appeared to voice the general view of senators, and no opposition speeches were made. The question arose, however, as to whether the test of strength should be made on securing the committees or on the choice of a president pro tempore. In order to present this issue Hoar moved the appointment of a committee, to have general charge of a move to secure committee reorganization on Republican lines. Hale offered nn amendment for a test on the choice of president pro tern. Some senators raised tho point. however, that the president pro tern, could not be elected while the presiding officer was present and acting, under the senate rules. It was finally decided that no vote should be taken at present, and Hoar and Hale withdrew their motions. Tne under standing was that a definite lino of action would be agreed upon at the meeting to morrow, following the session of that day. lhe conference of silver men held with a view of organizing the senate on a white metal basis was a failure. Allen. Kyle, Puffer, Stewart, Tillman, Pritchard, Man tle, and Teller were the only senators present, and Tillman, Pritchard, Mantle, and Teller only remained a moment and took no part in the proceedings. Allen said he still hoped tau meeting might de velop something. .! .. . MORE TALK OF RETALIATION. As a Resnlt of Recent Action of the Cana dian Government. Washington, D.-c. 3. It is apprehended here that the withdrawal by the Canadian authorities of the right exercised by Amer ican fishermen for seven years past of buy ing bait and supplies in Canadian water may lead to reprisals at the hands of con gress, for it has been contended all along that the privilege enjoyed by Canadian railroads of carrying goods in bond through the United hiatus was more than a suf ficient offset to the favors extended to American fishermen by Canada. The ac tion of the Canadian government just taken lias not yet been officially reported to the state deportment, but it Is regarded here as an Indication of Canada s purpose to emphasize the necessity for renewal of negotiations looking to a new fisheries treaty. These rignts to American fishermen were given by the Washington treaty in 1833, which treaty the senate refused to ratify. The Canadian government by this treaty gave United states fishermen considerable privileges In Canadian waters pending the settlement of the fisheries question. By paying a license of $1.50 a ton the fishermen were allowed to purchase bait and supplies in Canadian ports and also trans-ship their catch and crews. The treaty was rejected at Washington, but the modus Vivendi was retained iu force as an act of courtesy by Canada to the present day, five years beyond the time for which It was promised. . Republicans Moat Bave tho Vote. Washington, Dec, 8. Senator Faulk ner, of West Virginia, said, concerning the organization of the senate: "We can not turn tho senate over to the Republi cans until they have the votes. Even with the two senators from Utah they will not have a majority unless Nevada votes with them, which Is expected. Until that time we will have to continue in control." Introduced the First 3UU Washington, Doc. 3 Representative Liinton, oi Mlcnigan, has the distinction of introducing the first bill in the house of the Fifty-fourth congress. It Is in the interest of the railway postal clerks. An other bill in the interest of postal em ploye was Introduced by Representative Aldrich, of Illinois. Dividead for a Michigan Bank. Washington, Dec. 8. The comptroller of the currency haa declared a dividend of 8 per cent, in favor of the creditor of the Third National bank of Detroit, Mich. Twe Mora of Onr FrecnMring Boys. Woodbury, N. J.. Dec a. Two Gl boro boys, Norri Cramer, aged 14, and Peter Costello, 16 year old, are tinder ar rest at Williamstown on tho charge at trying to wreck a train on the. Reading railroad netween that place and Glass- boro. They wedged links and bolts Into the frog in such a manner that the train would be thrown from the track If it passed over the obstruction. Wiaaas Was tiood to tan Ballet. London, Dec. 2. The newspaper of this city say that after the well-known American William L Winans had watched the ballet at the Alhambra for an hour every night last week, on Saturday be custributod W,VJ0 among the members. the premieres receiving 8300, the adult woaaen aou, aoauwc&iidron reaca. AN ARGDMENTV They Almost Came to Blows The Trouble Soon Dis covered and Every thing Now All '--t Right. It was a quar rel amongst the organs of a man's body. The man was sick, and his .i . i-i awiurs mua i auuw wnav ailed him or how to rnre him. The liver and lungs, the spleen, the stomach and the heart all "pitched into" the kid neys. "IV your fault, said the liver. Ton have certain work to do and you don't do it. It is your place to filter all the poisons and impurities out ot the body, and vou are not doing it." As a consequence, said the stomach, "we are all being clogged, oisonea ana irritated, l am irrita te and only half digest the food they are forcing into me. Here's the liver all clogged and torpid, the lungs are all choked up. we don't get ball enough oxygen, the head is ach- ng, and the poor heart is laboring like a sledge hammer.. . "bven the joints and muscles cry oat with rheumatic pains." "But we can't help it," said the kidney. "We can't do impossibili ties. We are sick and weak our selves and cannot do our work. Of course, these poisons collect in the blood and irritate and disease yon. The moment we stop work you feci it. xour health always did and always will depend on our activity." And just then an ordinary, every day, common-sense doctor, who knew his business, was called in and prescribed Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kid ney Pills. The kidnevs promptly responded and set cheerfully to work with re newed strength and vigor; the uric acid, the waste products of decay and fever, the ashes of digestion and all the poisons and impurities in the blood were cast out. Well, that's something like it," said the lungs. "I'll pitch in and do my work now," said the stomach. 'VV bat a relief." said the liver and the heart, and the joints and muscles joined in the chorus. lhe quarrel was orcr. It was a nappy family, working harmoniously once more. This sounds like a fairy story, but it isn't. It's cold, hard, solid facts and common sense. And yon can prove it to vour sat isfaction at any time for 60 cents. l-ifty cents per box, from ail drug gists, or encose 50 cents in stamps or silver direct to the Hobb's Medi- D$Uobb'S cine company, Cbi- BSBm fmirn n Kan Vr.nnia. 1aKU9co. Interestlnc and instructive book on . arDi'1 Kidney Health and a-sBlood Filtering Free THE' MARKETS, New York Financial. Niw Tors. Dec 1 Honey on call nominally 1K 2 par cunt.; prime mercantile paper, 11495 par cent.; sterling exchange arm, with actual bnsl neas in bankers' bills at 489 A a, for do mand, and 487H34b74 for sixty day; portel rates, 4BSH(sIU0; commercial hula, M',-4 0SCA4. Silver certificates, 67H'$57S; no sales; bar silver, S7. Mexican dollars, 6i, United States government bonds steady. except lor racinc o or 'HO, which are down percent., and do 6'a of V7, which are np 1 per cent ; new res.. 1&U; ao coupons, 13US as reg., coupons, llfj; 4s reg., HOW coupons. 1UK; ?s reg.. S7 bid; Paoluo 6s of 1W, S Chicago Grata aad Produce. Chicago, Dee. 2. The following were the quotations on tha Board of Trade today: Wheat December, opened &6s, closed 56c, January, opened BTic, closed 87? 4c; May, opened 6ua closed Sl3c Oom December, opened Vc, closed as'c; January, oneawl 'JOia. closed Wsq May, oponed 29c. closed a!ic Oats De cember, opened 17?c, closed 17J4C; February, opened lsKc. closed ISHc; May, opened iPia, closed iOV- Pork December, opened t7.Hi. closed 47.63 January, opened 18 70. closed ts.srH;May.openel tt.iKli. closed W..10. Lard December, opened 15, elowa aj.li; Jauu ary. opened lo.KM, closed SiB.. Produce: Butter Extra creamery, tti per lb. ; extra dairy. UX>e-. packing stock. U4 12c Ezgs Freah stock. ZJo per dos. Dressed poultry Spriagchioksns. !-47o par lb. : old hens, Oflnl'-ie ; roosters. 4"Vjc ; turkeys. 6rt$9c; ducks. UifttOc: geese. 835. Potatoes Bnrkanks. ttrQUe per bo.; sweet potatoes Illi nois. KOJOi.75 per bbL Apples Pair to choice. tl.2V93.iO par bbL Honey White clover, l ib sections, fancy. Ilc; broken comb. 13c; extracted. 6t)c per lb. Craa- bsrries Cape Cod, f:!.50'e)i.fe per box. Chicago Live Block. Chicago, Dee. & Live Btock Fricas at the Union Stock yards today ranged as follows; Hogs Esti mated receipts for the day. fHeJU; sales rangpd at ttitrga.ti pi if. ta.&J(3.ai light, SU3JiOJ rowrn packing. Ia.ajaj.a. mixed. and ti tVsUAl hsavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for tho day. 23.00U: anotations ranged . at ti.y$i.Zi The Loral Market. - oaani, arc Corn New, SS Oata New. larffcabr. Bay TinothT. (la13: npland, (11: wild, (7 fMiu; aaoocn, M; oaiea. su. Fotatoea -SOc raoDCCa. Batter Fair to choice, IS-:; fresh ery.4e. Eggs Freeh. 18a Poultry Chickens. Be, Turkey:. Geese 7c Docks 7c, UTS STOCK. Cattle Batchers pay for ema fad steers SHcrvte; cows aad heifers, 3MCS.1HC; calve. xtwaLa. Bum-SeeSHe ftpriag Muah, c a pound, (nfl! Me cDy unt ririh h'i J t j ::r iinti fss lt ;im a-m CAKES FOR GENERAL BLACKING APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Sold by Henry Dart' Sons, COMMON COURTESY demands that you shall tell your friend that he's looking well. It won't be far fiom the truth if he has on a suit made by lioppe the tailor. It's a way he has of making almost any man good lookisg, and a handsome man even better looking. fiOPPE The Tailor. ' LATEST NOVELTIES IN DICE Ml FAU COOES 0A SKIP AT E. F. DOR.V, The New Merchant Tailor. 1822 SECOND AYE Harper Hons Block TirTsnty-First Street Addition Fine Residence Lots in this addition For Sale on Easy Terms. This addition is located be tween Twentieth and Twenty-second streets and Tenth and Twelfth avenues, and nearly every lot in it has upon it a fine walnut, elm, . backberry, or other large tree, and is already provid ed with abundant shade. These lots are in the very best part of the city, nnd the most desirable for resi dence purpose of any lots in the city. Apply to M. M. STURGEON. Attorney. Boom ZL, lUtchril It Lyait XUoo oi -a ?-p g ! 3 P i SOH PASTE FOR A QUICK ATTER-DINNER SMKE APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH A CLOTH Morso Bros. PranjCoearla9,USA. Wholesale Grocer. Rock Island THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. - CBICAOO, aoCR ISLAND PACirtO tlm it. . . ZiT Z i tieaeiaran rw (arena or 2. i!"? - u". TwHNte street depot aa rial TRAINS. Kat. Denver Limited A Om.La Ft. Worth, Denver a &.C. Minneapolis ...... Omaha Dee Bolnee tt hna a MlnmiMlL am l:ita am'll-45pss s Wpm aat S -) pet am 4 s i am tts t : t1:S I'll -Sit Omaha Dee Momee H'.. 7rn WM-lrHlpn sa t 4 Xiua mmaha at &! t..i.Jt. U l:is vender. L,neoia e. onus... :W :ji am r aoaat am t .-Kpm am tiutsspni rm t :aam am t t:SSpta :mtT:tam pai't 7.8S am pml T 40 am st. raoi Bianespors..... Denver, Ft. Worm a K. C. laanaas city m. Joseph, tttock Inland 4k Wahinrloa htcaro A Dee Molnea is o 1 40 nix-, itianajEriTaare Ac KockUlandABrooklya 3H la IS . m .1rT trVparrire. tDaity.ciaeptSanaay. Snnday ven'nea Pn'lmaa eVrper will he at the d p-t 1 f:er HI !. which will leave for Chica go at i:.'ii a. m. VIoaday. BCRMMtm ROITK-C. . a O. AAIL way Depet Flrat avaauo aad Blxteaath stnsat. a. 1. Toons. aeat. TRUSS. LSava. I aaaira. ' 71IOUJ T:T :l m St. Iaoi et;rr St. lamtr Kxprees. ........ M.Panl K r.-. Beanlstnwn Pamenyer..., Ihiliuque Ht trhiig r-s.. Sterlins Haasenser tr. Spm am - s:eu pm a t::ii am 3:4ipm t1:.Hiam t 7 :nam t 8:4pn t :pm g;4pm iaHr. t Daily except tianday. PBICAQO. MILWAUKK a ST. PACL " Prar-Racine a Santhwe-lorB Dlrlslon Depot Twentieth tr-t. hatwea First and Second aveaaes, L. H. Urecr. Agsnt. TArNS. I IjBavw. I anmren Mall and Kxvreaa... ...... St. Paul express Freight snd Acrarainodat'n, T:10 am Sir 4O0 pm ll:so tw am T:S0 r Daily except Sanday. Doca Islaitd a Peobia Railwat Demt Firat Imum -4 aw....k E. L. (joff , spent. TRAINS, i Laavs Aaaxva Rulmi F iTh. 1Mlk.il . .a. 10:41pm Peoria HIouUMaU -:08 am P - I 1:15 pm a:u pm UMftam Zm am : pm t-ai pas Cable Aecommodstifm i :O0am lame Aecommodatloa I 6:40am awe Accommodation ' A um 7 0c am I - - - - a. i . I amine avenue) depot Ave 5 mlnule earlier than time If I VI II. Tralna maraaH aailw all i - . daily exee, Knidsf. " RuRLlNOTOIf. Cedak Rapids a Korthein Pailway. depot foot of Urad street, Da-mport. Jaa. atorvon, oaa. Tkt Pass. AircnL Davenport Trains. Ln.vr Aruits I m.er . h4 :.T. pm til:4 am rrai-rht W-iO m a'4S wm Wit Ux-rt Trffi North. pti'ain. btn-.i)ii rarseutier. b7 :111am al0:M pa a:ISani "Ko. K-Am rretcht.... bS:0 Dm bll:4Saia al:-ipm I bS-oiiam aDmlr. tiain eicru muar. rilniB-r a--ii. tiotrf f oath and east. Vo. 11 runs beta-eta Cedar KapisS snd West Llbaity. NEW To the East via the R. I. & P. PASSEUGER SERVICE LvKocK island 4 SS am 8 Warn 1 40pm c k i a r Depot Lv Hock Island 4x7 am SOS am 1 45pm Twentirui at De ot ArPeoria T aa 11 20 em SOUpm Ar Blonmington. ...... SiTam I Irpm StSpm a r Indianat-olis SMpm rUpm saSasa Ar Ixwlnville.. ........ 7USim Ttaaat Ar Cincinnati. SlSpm 1 05 pm 7snam Ar Paytun. Spm l0Wpm SISam ArColamboa. tlSpailtNu 7 l mm Ar Jtkorirtlle..... lUSJsm S if, m Ar nprtnzAeld. lUbUsa tlOpm Seiipm ArMLoaia. IHus SCSam Ar Lincoln............ t4Sam S?4pm -rlecatur II loan 14:11m ArMattnnn IKipm lSOna ArEivllle.. ........ 4Upa) Soam ArIecatBr SOOpm (ttpat ArTerre Haote TOUpm THROUGH CAR SERVICE BOCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOCIS. Train leaving Rock Island at 8:00 a. m. carries through coach to St. Louis, passing through I'ekin, Hav ana. Springfield and Litchfield. Lines east of Peoria carry through coaches and sleeping cars on night trains to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE. Gen. 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