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WAXTrD-A JOOD. HRIGHT llCSINKSS wnasaa: ennd aalar to tirht partT. I all oa U Adair. Kimball huuaa, Davenport, front Mm Itp. n. tfAXTm-A YOCKO CIRL TO ASSIST If la dole bouaeworh la a am all family. One who eaa alccp at home ptelerrcd. Aijiy at uisoouia. TtTASTI3-FIRST CLASS SOLICITORS IT Ihoae familiar with Koek Nland elt trad prererred. Inqnlra tor K. II. Wrat, aiaaarr. 'nmeretai bo lei. belweaa and 1 p. ., Katurday. alTAKTTOTO IJAX KOXKT CW DIA aa . , w .jvii mvvum jvwwj, nmrmmmrw, m ai'eal Inatroaeau, blerelea. olotbtLf, dry t wda, furatlare, eta. lllrheot earfe prices ror eeeoivi nana kooci of eu Rinas a wo. aa atmva tonfri (or aala at balf tba oual vira prloea. A U baaieeis tranaaetloiis stnotly -naouaL Ula saw number and location. I -vi ueonaa aveaw onnt loraatia. i. w. ioaea. TworlacaoalMT. FOR RCMT. "ClOr REST-1 XQl'IRE AT T3 TWENTY' A. aeaond Htreau R REXT-A FIVE ROOM FLAT ON Third atenua. Call al M. A li. T-XIR REXT-XICR tHOOM COTTAGR JL No. Kl Twallih atreet. Enaulre next oor. 1X9, REXT-HOrSB OX FORTY-THIRD X' street. Inaulra of V. L Sinnet, M uia aveaua. IX)B RFAT-TWO XICELY FURNISHED a. mm with board In private lamllr. la- uira at Twcntieia atreet. "LX)R REXT-FTRXISHED ROOM WITH JL ateam brat and Drlvilera of bath, ls- qatra at Cf'i Taenlieta street. TiXR RENT ROOM HOrSE ON 8tV- A- tit avenue and Tenth street. Newly pa- aerro aoo paietea. Apply to ueorge r. uoui, staavnia l cmpie. FOR BILK. T.XIR "M-E-COAL IN AXT QtTANTTTY A of Vi bushels or over nKU per ton, de I tared r tt u any part of the dir. Leave mar at tnamereial houaa baroer aoop. Bock VHSCIIXANKOUS. I.Xm FALE CR EXCHANGE-A GOOD psTtea baJcery business at I UB Third ave aoa. Owner wataea to eacsira la other buat aaaa. W 01 take real aetata la axohaaca. Call at eoava aaaaoar tor parucaiara. CLAIRVOYANT. ATTEXTIOX. ATTEXTIOX. ARRIVAL 1 V ni tha wHd i wmm ritied medium aad T-npaeia vMea Alpka. tba aeknnwledired aaraaaf all clairroyaata. at la the eity. far a taon tirtw oely. lirr power la ao stranca and p jr ao at tempt are maoa to eiaiain tnav txrt taa buataeaa man. artht. BMehaaio. raiiroaa lahorwr and women ia ail social poal- um aim M-tMvirJrf that be eaa and doea Mtsauttaiaa. hue aitoaaeientiua paiav trow, tn aca04a oi rraaew aai aa ata luNwaiwtnarj Slid yrara ol atmlp to r a aer arwatiaa oeliaeatloa or charaatar fi ia a eoaiMsrat aaviaer la all wmli affair, law. tor, atmut. eourtabla. divorce; maaitwa tha arcatrated. eautra atelr mar- raarws. atv aiaci aroiaaa ta sift of eiairvov aa. taw tariard are aa liftad. AU who hare bewa dterurd hr pretraders hauM not fail to aa that wmtaarful wosnaa. Sha boUa oat ao indneagasu ar pmaercs that sha eaaaot ruinu. Hours l M t IS Sutceath street. L'ADIEGucatxt orr.rcuxLt iRurs tftfisgPeujitTalTitf fc tfcaertciaal aadaaly FRCiCH. aaft and taliaUr naia aw tmm aii ktt. Ititm. tiitv. aaat by aaaaV Uawaiaa aatd aahr b a. a. FaarU avaaoa drag store, aole afiaat nincam Opinion of Senator Morgan, Who Has Been Investigating the Proposed Annexation. MOLE 8AM IS BOUITD TO HAVE HUB Creat Advantaca la a Military Point of v lew, mad Also to All Concerned, InclodV ins; tha Kanakas Themselves, Who Are Yearning; To Be American Citisens, Say Iha 8eaator-.Beleass of the Competitor Prisoners Announced. Washington. Nov. 19. Senator Mor- San, of Alabama, member of the com mittee on rorelgn relations, has reached here on his return from Honolulu w,-here went to past himself on the annexa tion question. For the first time he submitted himself yesterday to an inter view on the results of his trip and said: Aiy conclusions based on mv observa tions are only a full confirmation nf what I had previously believed that it is our national duty and will be In every way advantageous to all concerned to annex Hawaii to the United States. -1 have Ftudied the Question from the most authentic and reliable sources. Tna establishment tf an cutpost of the Unit- blates within the Ironies and 2.200 milts from our coast challencM the Inquiry whether such action is neces sary to our national welfare. Our north western possessions on the Pacific along the.Meutlan archipelago are over LOOO iiuies west oi Honolulu. This gives us control of nractiraltv th tniin a mc,-- lean coast of the North Pacific. Viewed From a Military Standpoint. "The intervention of the Rritiah ma. SCSttlonS from the Strait nf Vnra to tha northern boundary of Alaska createa a punrnui reason ior cur occupation CI nawaii. without Imputing to Great Britain any other motive than to r. tend her national policy of commercial conquest it seems very obvious that If he should acauire dominion nf tin 'ai! and open and fortify Pearl harbor, her mimary iortrens at Esqaimalt on the Island of Vancouver co-oporating would cut our coast line in two nnd would leave us Incumbered with a man. or territory in Alaska, whose defcus. would be almost im rww.l M. anil th enormous advantage of which would tut lost to us. me Vancouver coal fields Would Cive the British navv nlm.wt ir. resistible advantage In war and virtual oomimon cr commerce In time of peace. What We Have Itoue by Way of Annexing. Beginning with Key West we have annexed the entire gulf coast to the P.io Grande by purchase of territory and extending up the Rio Orar.de across the continent to the Pacific we have an- nexea all the territory lying to the ncrth of that line and have annexed the entire Pacific coast except the frontage of 609 miles conceded to Great Britain. This rapid and vast expansion nas contributed much to civilisation, and In none of the trnnafirtlona have we cause for regret. I have no fears tf ruch expansion, enaclallr i to linavr-v. sions in the Pacific In those islands that constitute a i ft of the georaphical and commercial rj '.em of the North Ameri can continent. Thpre m-niiM nor K the slightest circuity In the character, condition or wishes of the 31.9C0 na'lve people or Hawaii. They are far betf adapted to American citizenship than many millions of these whom we have welcomed here from southern Europe and better adapted than the Indians, Mexicans and native Alaskans. Thinks the People W Hawaii Are Willing. fc-xeept among the few who expect personal favors and advancement from re-establishment of the royal govern ment the general body of Hawaiian population will rejoice In the honor, safety, peace and prosperity which an nexation will bring. Morally and prac tically the silent Invaal from the Orient (the Japanese) violates an tne ceciared policy and often ex pressed numose of the fnittrt Rtii. to proieci inose people agalr.rt foreign In- icnercnec. Tne i.'ianas as a national possession would richlv rvrarrl na for expenditure of mOOi' e-x Tne Bnncxa. tlon would cost u.- nothing and will not at present excite the oten onn Mo tion of any nation." COMPETITOU C ASE ABOI T CLOSED. Four Prbnners V.'ltn Have Canned So Mneh Tronbln Are S 5 Free, Washir.gtcn. Ncv. 19. T!.s ii:wna airpatch has been received from Ha vana: "In punuar.ee of cabled instruc tions from Spain received Wedresda- Captaln General Blanco yesterday re leased from Cabana fortress Alfred Labrcde. Charles BarnetLOra Melton and 5j '1l IP- - jSoat by all diUMkas r sewt ansa racrrat of Pip frT-,aa.ijMii BarBoalatl, . Ttu m. B. strrairBUJtna aiatHcuK oau FAMCAM.KY. William GUtlea,' members of the crew at the American schooner Corr.patitor, cap tured in April, 1896, by tha Spanish gun boat Mesagera on a charge of fUibucier. tag. They were delivered to the American and British consuls and have taken pas sage on the steamer Saratoga, of the Ward line, for New York." This action of the Spanish rovornmont closes an incident that had great possi- Diuues oi trouble as elementa. The men were caught nearly Yea-handed," as their schooner had lust dlschare-ed a load cf arms for the Cuban rebels. It Is not aoubtea here that tha prisoners are ii Derated on some such conditions aa were imposed in the case of former pris oners mat la, that they will not return to Cuba. These four prisoners Alfred Laborde. the captain of the Competitor, a native of New Orleans; William Glides, the mate, a naturalized citizen; Ona Melton, who claims Kansas as his native state. ana wno went on the Competitor In the capacity of a newspaper correspondent. ana wnaries JBaraett, or British birth, but who claims the protection of the United States government by virtue of his sailing on an American vessel were captured on the Competitor April 25, 1899. off the Cuban coast, while engaged in landing arrms for the insurgents. The defense of the men was that they were forced into the expedition against their will by an insurgent party aboard the boat. They were tried by a naval court- martial before which they could make only a poor showing, principally because of their ignorance of the Spanish lan guage In which the proceedings were conducted, so that their conviction and the imposition of the death sentence waa not a matter of surprise. At that point the case assumed diplo matic importance. Our government. through its consul general at Havana, then Ramon Williams, and also through Minister' Taylor at Madrid, Interposed an energetic protest against the execu tion of the sentence, claiming that the men were Improperly tried without the guarantees held out in the famous Cush lng protocol. This protest caused the removal of the case to the higher Ju dicial authorities at Madrid, by whom new trial was ordered. The Spanish government, however, did not and has not yet conceded that the Cashing pro tocol applied to such cases. To admit that would. In the opinion of the Spanish authorities, greatly stimulate the fit ting out of filibustering parties in the United States. The r.ew trial had been ordered by the Madrid supreme oourt on the ground or irrogularilties In the original trial, not because of any concession of the soundness of the objections intercosed by the United States officers. It was to have begun last Monday, and :t is thought would have resulted in the Im position of the death sentence aea'n. This would have provoked an explosion in tnis country according to the an ticipations of the department officials that would have been hardly less vio lent than the feeling caused by the famous virglnlus episode: so it la to them a matter of satisfaction that to Spanish queen has cut the diplomatic tangle by the pardon of the men before the second trial. Alleged Patent Swindlers Indicted. Indianapolis, Nov. 19. The Indiana federal grand Jury has returned indict ments against John S. Thurman, E. T. Silvlus and J. C. Bergesa. of this city; Charles B. Avery, of Cincinnati, and an unknown man at Louisville. It is claimed that they constitute a gane that has been doing a land office business in the central states defrauding owners of pat ents by offering to sell the patents tor large sums, but always requiring a neat sum first for their services. Thurman and Silvlus are well-known patent at torneys of this city. Sherry's Property Turned Over. Oshkosh, Wis., Nov. 19. At Dreciselv l:'J) o'clock last evening the extensive Interests of Henry Sherrv scattered throughout northern Wisconsin passed out of his possession and control and In to the hands of James W. Cameron, of Milwaukee, to be conserved and man aged for the benefit of Sherry's red- ltora. There were seven assignments filed, that of Sherry individually and those of six companies whose finamcial ability was too closely interlinked with Sherry's estate to permit of escape. THE MARKETS. Chicago Grain and Produes, Chicago, Nov. 18.. Following were the quotations on Use Board of Trade today: Wheat Decem ber, opened 95e, closed 95c; May, opened 90',4c closed 90c Corn December. opened and closed 26; May, opened SOc, closed 2976c. Oats December, opened 21c, closed 21c; May, opened 22c. closed 22c. Pork December, opened IT.ZiVi. closed 17. 31: January. opened $8.30, closed $8.32; May, opened $.5i, closed $8.57. Lard December, opened and closed $4.17: January, opened $4.30, closed $4.32; May, opened $4.43, closed $4.4T. Produce: Butter Extra creamery. 22c per lb; extra dairy. 20c; fresh packing stock, 12g12c. Eggs Fresh stock, 18c per dozen. Live Poultry Turkeys, 859c per lb: chickens hens). Go; spring chickens. 77c; ducks, Ida JVic. Potatoes Northwestern, 4t&3c per bu. Sweet Potatoes Jerseys, $3.C04.O0 per DDI. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, 'Nov. 18. Hogs Estimated receipts for the day. 30.000; sales ranged at $2.903.50 for pigs, $3.3063.55 for light, $3.20ft?3.30 for rough packing, S3.35&&.55 for Mixed, and $3.3o&3.33 for heavy packing and ehiD ping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day. 11.500; quotations ranged at S5.00&S.25 for choice to extra shinnine steers, $4.3564.90 god to choice do., $4.30 (i 4.85 fair to good, M.00&4.40 common to medium do., $3. 09 4.30 butchers' steers, $3.1564.00 stockers. $3.7064.40 feeders, $2.0063-90 cows, $2.6004-50 heif ers. $2.2564.00 bulls, oxen and staes, $19063.90 Texas steers. $3.3064.36 west ern rangers, ana i.5flff.eo veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for the day, 15.000; quotations ranged at $3.306 4.75 westecr.s, 13.0065.00 natives. ana ztwffa-w lamna. Milwaukee Grain. Milwaukee. Nov. 18. Wheat Firm: No. 1 northern. 92c: No. 2 spring. e$; May. 91c Corn Firm; No. 3, 27c Qats Higher; No. 2 white. 24?24c. Rye Steady; No. 1. 484 tsvsc. , Corn "OS 3. . Oats lieftao. Hay-Ttmothy. tS&D; wild, fKQA?. btraw liail M. , Ti.f ill ,.MWi Butter Fair to ehoiee, r, fresh creamery, no. .... Eera 15c Chickene-JSc Turkaya c , Duoaa A live 7r. dressed, lbe. von soft, IOC Cau Kutehera pay for corn fed steer Maae: eows and aeitoraJl4c-, calves, 4ft Hc Hors-4BOS 3. Baaes STARVATIQII III CUM. Suffering That a New England Captain Saw at the Port of Matanzas. ' FULL OP ILL AK) DYTJIQ SOLDEBS. Hundreds of Faclficoa Dying Every Week Men Lying in tha Gutter and Death Carts Busy Weyler Arrives in Spain and the People Are Eager to Do Him Honor Progress of the Cuban War Germany's Move in China. Boston, Nov. 19. A letter was re ceived here yesterday from Captain Charleson, of the four-masted schooner Clara E. Randall, of Portland, Me., now In port at Matanzas. Cuba, whh?h tells of the great distress and suffering in Cuba. The schooner left Philadelphia with a cargo of coal about a month ago. and the letter was written by Captain Cb.arle.Bon soon after the vessel arrived there two weeks ago. Captain Charle son says that Matanzas is filled with fever-stricken and dying soldiers and that hundreds of pacificos are dying every week. It ia no uncommon signt on the streets to see men lying in the gutter in their last agonies, and to see the death carts slowly creeping a tout gathering up their loads of bodies. The people seem to be helpless in their mis ery, and not only is yellow fever play ing havoc with them, but they are dying or starvation by scores. Captain Charleson cays that he has not been ashore very much since his arrival for fear of catching the fever, and he in tends to get his vessel unloaded and away as soon as possible. Weyler Arrives at Cornnna, Corunna, Spain, Nov. 19. The ship Aiantserrat bearing General Wevler ar rived here yesterday, one day ahead of her time. As soon as possible after the Montserrat was signalled crowdsof peo ple flocked to the harbor from all parts or the city and a fleet of boats filled with admirers of General Weyler started to meet the steamer and escort her to her quay. Every craft of every descrlp tlon that the port afforded was char tered to convey individuals, societies and clubs to the Montserrat. A number cf deputations wenC e& board the ves sel. The commandant of Corunna had a brief interview wfKh General Weyler, simply conveying to him the desire of the queen regent and the government to receive him as speedily as possible at Madrid. Weyler did ndt go on shore. He decided to remain on the Mont serrat until' she reaches Barcelona, for which port piie sailed direct at 6 o'clock this morning. Some Skirmishes in Cuba. Havana, Nov. 19. It is officially re ported that the combined forces under Col. Esteban lately had an engagement with an insurgent force unfler the lead ership of Varano at Mogote, in the province of Pinar del Rio, with the re suit that ttie insurgents were put to night, leaving twenty-one of their num ber dead on the field. Among the slain were the leader Torrienta and the in surgent prefect of Gakafre, Montes de Oca. The Spanish force captured a quantity of arms and rjnmunition and also destroyed the insurgents' camcs. The Infanta battalion, according to the offlclal report, attacked a. force of in surgents at Sierra Tngles, provinca of Pinar del Rio, and the Spanish guide and seven soldiers were wounded The troops, the official report sayB, captured the mother of the insurgent Nunez and ner two sisters. Tne insurgent camp ana nrty-two hut9 were destroyed. Gone to Chicago ua Kill Armour. St. Paul, Nov. 19. From entirely re liable sources it is learned that a wheat and corn speculator cf Minneapolis who was ruined recently by the wheat slumps In Chicago has gone to that city with the avowed purpose of killing P. D. Armour. The man is a German tor Scandinavian, 40 years old, formerly detective in the old country. Keport of the Monetary Commission. wasmngion, wov. i. it was an natinced yesterday that the monetary commission hoped to have their report well advanced toward completion by the last of the present week. A number of the members will have to be absent next week and an effort Is making to get the entire plan formulated and ready for ap proval Dy Baturoay evening. Close of the lia'ptiat Congress. Chicago, Nov. 19. Yesterday was the last day of the Baptist congress. The sessions were devoted to a discussion of two subjects: "Psychology of Conver. sion" and "The Power of the Cross In the Life cf Believer." No place was selected for the congress next Tear. One v Neuralgia) Victim waoTt ut HC WAS ASTOUKSEO A NO V CaiGHTEO AaTEB AOUfhT OF taa IN 30 MINUTES BY THE GREAT OURE Mifcalgipe Any Druggist will sell you a Bottle for a Dollar. Ike tarai mftttmmt aras atpfs fas state As awt tt Mm. H. C. Crass, Hamilton, M. 1. Ht mii: IBB I had been fifteen yean in the uralldem of neuralaSa; tried all schools of mMilrin. Inooubt and despair I tried Ann-Kevralgique.and trosa the first dose was relieved, and bow hare a per Binml cure." If the druggist hasn't it, send SI XX) ttnd w will send it, charges prepaid. FI.Et.CII CHEC2IOL C0. CHICAGO. AN OPEN LET To MOTHERS. WB ARB ASSERTING FN THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE 7AAVnni,0 VWAViU4Mf T-J VIVAV llkAJJC XaW-ia V ar4Vk. aMftlllf-l P". ! Ja,a wWaaPw. i, un. oAiwuti. riiuntn, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CAST0R1A that has borne and docs now oear thejac-siimle signature of This is the original - PITCHER'S CAST0RIA, used in the homes of the Mothers of America years, luuk carefully the fund you have always bought - and has the signature per. No one has authority cept The Centaur Company of which Choi & Fletcher. is President a fl.' ; March 8, 1S97. . QKch.p. Do Not Be Deceivei Do not endanger the life of your chiltj? by .accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist f may offer you (because he makes a few more penniel oh it), the in gredients of which even he does (not? know. "The Kind Ton Have Bought" nrKrii4 H lr m A a Smm. aa mm, awa. .awn . . a . K mm, Insist 011 The End That Vhs esnraua cowpaav. vr INBUKJLNCI: J M, BUFORP. General Insurance Agent. The old Pm IM Time-triad Omaaanlea Biasasnteu buss Fraaptiy P.d! Baits as low ss aa? reliable; Toai yauoaats l aoftclaaa H. DETJENS, Insurance ApI. Representing among other time tried and well known Fire Insur ance Companies the follow 1: Bschestet Oere.av Ins Ce Bx&etter, H T Raw York fla.Talo. H 1 weeteaastsr Fire - BaSalo Ganasa " .. Spring GardOB M German Firs M .. New UamisHlrs Milwaukee Her, Hairs" -AaearUy . i" . PM adelphla rsena. iu Mattehatlar. H U ..milwinasi. Wit ..aw riavaa,Oaaa Office comer Eighteenth street and Second avenue, aecond floor. Telephone 1047: Colons Sand Stone Quarries Siwad buiicSIng stone Assist tni trimmings ipsslslty. For ehMpness, darabUItj and beautj excelled by none. Thli tone does not waeh or eclor tne wall with alkali, etc. Plasaaeat tia for estimates wlU receive narefnl attention and be returned promptlf at oar expense. Quarries 11 mUei from Rook Island on the C. B. A Q. B. B. Trains Nos. 6 and 10 will stop fid let visitors off and on. Crldgs stono, corn crib fektcks md focRdstion stcne sny slza to'rd Samples of Stone and Photos of Boilillags can be aeea at Boon No. IS, Mitchell A Lrnde'i bolld-jnar- Ad dress t Arthur Bomll, manager. tloc Island or Colona. 111. DROP IN pjajsaaajraawaaaaaaaaaaai BILLY CATTON'S White Seal saloon itsr 4m ' . COURTS OUR RIGHT TO WORD C ASTORIA," !ND A w w m F of Myamus, Ml c has been cr thirty' at tne wrapper that it is on the wrap- of Waxzzt from me to use my name ex issachitsettSL .'I thh soma i en pdptu . srrr, . . n j - " aw- .nmjaawsBBBP- r w aj 'ucA4X wrapper. UlUCII far ft' ft . ami set i i OlMILfe OrViNAIUnc UK Neves' Failed Ton. siaaaav avaaav, sw voaa err. . THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. ' SHICAGOROOK ISLAND A PACIFIC BAIL wsy Tickets can aa purchased or - aagtage eked at K 1 P Twentieth street depot, or CBI4P depot, comer Fifth avenue and Tutrty arst street, Frank H Plnauner, A Kent. TRAiaS. Test. ueLVer Limited A Omsas Ft. Torta, Denver A K 0. Minneapolis . Omaha A Das Moines Omaha Minnsspous-.. Omaha A Del Moines far.. :a :Vsa) t :40 an. - trsD am 4JBSB) ni:4Dam 5 40 am l.-tOasi fSaa Omaha Minneapolis Is.. till am users r, uacom umaaa.. BtTPaai Ktaaaasjotta Denver, Ft. Worth B.O. tlUra tanOaai :fasil tO.sOam iBsnssscityast, Msph. tlaAasj tlins laiaat 1aai f-fflam t IIS pej icocvasjana at is aw aa (AKasro Das Mohaea. l:U sat tan pa Bock lalandAatuart Aawns HrcrlilacdABrooklja At.. IMnecatlne via Wilton Iflu IfiSpm ArrtveJ. tDepamrs tDour. sx.aa tanaar. Ar.ethanaaUy. Tsrpvoaa (st. thindsy even taw a Pa'ilnea alawvwt wtD at thedapataftMUwUabwUltaaua as rjhm Co st a . a. Monday. UKLINOTON EOUTB-C B O BAItr wav DeDOt First avenaa and Bliai.iim oet, M J Totuf, Arsnt TRanrs. usra ABBtra t. L SDrlneftsid. Fuorla. But. Oa!n via Monmouth a !ei (Riieago, 8 tar ling, CUntoa Dnboo.oe ........ Peoria, Beards town, Bor- t:Sa UnKtoa Wast, It. Paal MinnaSDOlla.. .. ttta TBSB t tc wm TSBtaw SterUBB. Clinton DoHraos si. u., aanraa uity, oeavar at rac uoast via uaiasv'ig r ISO eat S:pa niSBew StIS am stetiai SBBaai sjiauy. t&slly Sfaial SBaAay. - - ' pmcAoo, nLWAVBBa a sr. raox " Banway-Baetae Sjuettniajtain BrvWien -Dapal Twt)Jh atreet, hatwsea Flaw and aeeond svacnaa. L. H. BeaatAataat. . tHaUha. I taura aaarea U!lsnlBx?rsas..-.. fas km 10 sat H.Fanl Biptets 4SM pat QneasB Freight sod Acre nssnasi-n. eas am saaam Daily except SaBOay. Dock Islavo Pbobia Ratlwat x Dapet rim Avars sad VwwjajsSk sajaat. R. StoeklKmaa. qenl. TTt Afeaa. TBAMS. ' tause asaWVS kaataro It "The TrUDf" 4:40 am ID, aaa Peoria a St Louis Bat .. ilm IIW Bat tspiees, ..rr . .... fsfsaa U:ll mm Peoria A eentn. Fatwnt. . V mn Sherrsrd accomodation...... BsVaBt Sin aaa Cable Aorcmsiolailon tM am mm Csble aed Kherrard Aeewa. jittsai ( mm Pswrwr trains leave a. BL L at p. ntnitaa a enoal d4pot Sva ftl mtuatss aarUsi than Mm Ivwfl atumkM aarttar thai aaWMi esUf, a etas Ven, Tralss uy NEW PASSEHBEB SEBYICS To the Eaan rt th R. I. & P. Lv Davenport.-. i . Parry Suaatoapot b Bock Island. UKlIf Da pa Lv Boca Island TwattiaU) a Uapat A Hioomltigten ...... ar Indi.Diunila , Ar Loulirvlus.. . AJClnrlr.liaH. Ar Dayton.. AT Oolumbsa.. Ar Jackson vlUa kt prlE4alA. A Pt Lot la. A Haeuiui im.. SIBasj A' Daeatut leas ami AfMsltonc. ... Artantrma. 9M AlYtneEaats M am IBe ! sTtaa iem itaae tea am latam I etam TMaui II Slam Sean lit am ItSpa SSlS Itlpm Ma SMS tape Tsfasj eoo am SOtpm Its am lSiOpm llBtpm I li am .oSS .jSS S8S lUUam I PI tan BtaZ lUia SaaLZ through CAiicauvicn Lines east of Peoria atjrrj thttrik eoaches aad aleeptif fsm at 't trains to principle oifClejsv tit R. STOCfCHOUSll. : iSlS Sb'ttVMi AttXLWC va. naasa arl