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THE AIlGPg MONDAY. JANUARY 24. 1898.
cccooococooooooooooooooooooco o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o For FcxzIJy Uzo... Perhaps In pur limfy ycu use but little whisVy.but you want that little good of the test. The United States Govern ment guarantees the Agn and Purity o( every bottle cf 10 through Its IntsrAJ ReTnu3 Officers at tha d-iSeries. at Franfifin. K. trrrt f ra. rn TTrwt-r l-atel H '"re tie t in Rru vn.i nr ! s l m out urofcea au4 th..t t hrare cm W. A. 04IM.S A WO. Wlkl tminiiK limn ttot m : this satinet, ALL DEALERS SELL IT oooccoocccooccoocoeooccoocood Profsisional fords, irrounrs. UiCMMO ft MoClSXSOr. 1WWIII M Law, Banes' Hi irh esSee ajoer Area A BtoeaW, JACKSON A 1IUB3T, TMLtw. I1BA J. 3. &OACH. A Monty m Lav. WMii rwinwaa atMtf. CM- mn. L. LUDOLPH. Nan ay a Law. Mnaay s Lnaa Coastal Lee si -"". wf piu. ite So a etw ee. Aurora Ma. ewesaa. a , wauaa BWUUSST a walkrb. i Attnraeyeaea Cmaaaiton tlLav Z s I CHARLES J. 6CA3LK, CwueoeUoe at la OSes m ewer I m MCKNIBT HsLM&T. Arasraer m Law. taaa awee rnaw aaair aaka ilinwu wtirM Vkvail A Lya4e fcaaeora OCaea, ataa! A hieo nun u CUAS. II. HUbBKLL, Alton? at laJjaU4 at U a. oroo ni w n ht Tteeoae s. PSTtlCIAat. Da. wm. m. rATTox, Lai RMmi n ee4 ""'arteo r cut taunts ifcwftiai, ISieac t 0" woraj TtMii (MMUia. 1 Thi4 at ml MwnimUi n T'rpwi lim tNll fcnum TUI a A aat..lla.Bk.ik(M?pm. r. il tv&sr, il a rrlela aa4 8iraaa. laH ! Poor Mkatta Z i;ImiJ!mib aaawaf.ia Mta,iMla C L UILTU. OaitM Om Kfa A vat a tn tuaaA a AACSmCTA iAMKa r. UUBBSLL Arawwaa aa4 aerataaaa un . rtai a ly4a a8i Araaitaaw aa4 vaTWaa4aiA ttOAtar. UI9iBT UAKTJK. rrcp. cairMaaaa Kmrf. OM rtawaiv aa Datfpa aial ny Mm. iaw sawasA aawaaA, wV iff iMMini ytuv ""a TataI o o o o G G O O G O O O O Amusements. B9fmiOP5RAr1oo& ltaaaT D(CTaCrCai(taiM Kinot&Ca Tuesday Evening, Jan. 25. KETI UOrTDI miss p,vv V Ffoaiy akattaa Tbaa- rKANwIS OF tw. tw Yortr. Or!i aal ran. Ktlennt ui- rwlot. iba Original YALE fiVft ft.'SVleaa4 tie. I.a'a at FIbImI. Tfc-a'B tn. Whisky that-s. Whisky Direct from the Distillery. Porcbaalnir etcrv rallon of poodt that wa rrlcr for aalo in bond, here they rtmaln In the Distillery Ware. ooqp", noaer tee Government a an Mrvitinn until thy reach our banda. ti a cnaraatM that what yon bay ol at is aotoiaiciy as pure as it was At tha time of production. Oar atcck eompriea the rnedlnm and higher (trade cf Whiskies, and tabilo all art not ot tha tame quality And price. All of thro ata rood where abvilnte parity la the aMnual contldpration. It It important that yon bmr in mind that wa are tha only Wholesale Lfcjuor Uone having the legal right to nil to tha consumer direct in rpaatitics less than a gallon, and as nch ran ava yon about half tha prica yon psy to fther retail dealers, la oar Family l.?iaor Itapartment Ton can always obtain goods cf the aiftnesl atandard ot exeHleneo and Parity. And with roafidance that gocds bonjjht Are as represented. rya ' antil l nVtoct. The Em-El. Fta Itj Lffwiw stm, nca Tair evrtaa. Parkers Laundry CocUorthe Walk" ' lothalaandivbtutneaBbwTiatoar twtmiA awn as to be. Soyoneut Nam as (ot entwine when we have wtw tha rictt on your shirt fronu rolisn, ran and shirt waists. Wa to tna bnat wntk la Vwn, and are tnektof tat your bcndlA. Shall wa (ettL JUa( pbooe 1114. pahxeh'8 ukummr ITtlTtMAvtv rbonallli. ArJjj2jAWj tna ti'iaaj' tre the most fatal of ai: Jiscascs. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE i GUARANTEED remed )r money refunded. Con tains remedies recognized by all eminent physicians is the best for Kidney and Bladder troubles. Prk sac an4 Si ta4tB.r.naaaaaa, UD ISALLWRQIIG i Cr Bailey Hat the Best of the Ar gument About That Vote , on Cuban Recognition, , . fiXLE IS EQUALLY POSTITVE CfalA Sot Ht SaU Wliat (ha Bc . arA aUaatAa-Bltfa Want, aa Tkqr Ap Sa U That raMlcatloa Laaaatiact tha Aahjatt r Dahata la tha Seamtc, hat la CaaAraMd BcclBrorltj SUU Makaa Alow Proat rreaent Stataa. Waahinrton, Jan. 24. The sensational epltod at the close of the Cuban debate on Thursday, when Speaker Reed and Bailey, the Democratic leader, in par liamentary language questioned each otter'a veracity, the one charging and the other mentlng the imputation of bad faith, had Its soquel In the house Saturday. On a queatlon of personal privilege Bailey ct the floor And in- I BOX. J. W. B.VILKT. voked the printed record of the agree ment to sustain his charge that the agreement had Inn-n violated. He was tatt by Hitt. chairman of the foreign affairs committee; Henderson of Iowa, one of the floor leaders of the majority. and also ty the speaker with the argu ment that no agreement, such as al leged, even if made, which they denied, could have waived the rules of the housa and that any agreement for a vote on a motion necesxarily assumed that the motion would be in order under the rules. While the language used was strong there was no display of temper ana no excitement was occasioned, al though the statements and counter statements were enthusiastically ap plauded ty the respective sides. Sow la the Kccord or Ilitt Wrung? Ralley said an examination of the record showed that there was an agree ment that there should be a yea and nay vote on the motion to recommit, po explicit and distinct that he felt it his duty to call it to the attenlon of the country. He then read at length the colloquy which took place between WillUms f Mississippi, Hitt and others as to the closing of the Cuban debate. When he finished by quoting Hitt's last remarks: "And It is understood, Mr. Chairman, that at 4 o'clock tomorrow there shall be but one yea and nay vote, that cn a motion to recommit." the Democrats broke forth in applauxe. That was pr-clsely my statement," continued Bailey. I do not desire to Impure motives other than honorable ones to any one. for I am slow tocharge falsehood or unfair dealing, but I do affirm that there has been either a mis understanding or a mis-statement. Awwlmmt'i to Teller's KraolaUoa. Two amendments were offered in the senate Saturday to the Teller resolu tion, one by Nelson of Minnesota, de claring it to h the duty of the govern ment under existing lawa to maintain the parity in value of Its gold and sil ver money, and the other by Spooner of Wisconsin, sulistituting for the Teller resolution the declaration that it is the financial policy of the United States to maintain the existing gold standard un til an International agreement with the leading commercial nations of the world for the free coinage of silver shall be reached. There was no debate upon either amendment, both being proposed after Stewart of Nevada had addressed the senate for an hour. The session was devoted to the consideration of bills on the calendar and rhortly after Jt o'clock went Into executive session. They boat Like Longtrret'n Record. The senate spent two hours in ex ecutive session discussing the nomina tion of General Ixngstreet to be com missioner of railroads, which nomina tion had come over from Friday be cause of the objection made then by Vest. When the nomination was taken up Saturday Vest took the floor and opposed confirmation, his chief reason being that Lonsstreet had acted with Republican party In Louisiana after the war. That was Caffery's objection, also, the Justiflcstion for their stand being that the Republican party of Louisiana at that time was very corrupt, as they claimed, and Longstreet's action there with showed a want of judgment. Dan iel's objection was that Longstreet had criticized General Robert E. Lee In a bosk upon the relwlllon. The Republi can called this sort of objection waving the "bloody shirt" and Longstreet was duly confirmed. STEtrACrs MNANCIAL DISCOURSE. Bo Saoria at the tadlanaawlla Moaetary CoaraUlttBi reople Chargea a tNoaL" Washington, Jan. 24. During tha senate session Saturday, speaking ot the Teller resolution, Stewart said that the secretary of the treasury had ao more authority to sell bonds and de mand gold for them when there was "coin" in the treasury with which tJ redeem bonds than he (Stewart) had. Bonds had been sold, said Stewart, because the coin In the treasury was not the kind with which it was desired to pay the bonds. He maintained that the law was mandatory upon the sec retary of the treasury to redeem bonds in silver. Even the Indianapolis com mission, he continued which knew as little of finance as it Is possible for men to know admits that these obligations are payalle in gold r silver at the option of the government. Referring furtafr along to the sale of the t262.00A.dM of bonds by the admin istration of Cleveland, Stewart declared Vt tkat In tha sale 'of those bonds there bad been a "atsarof $20,000,000 with the connivance of the executive. The sen- Iator denounced It as a shame that n J adequate investigation of the "steal" had ever been made by congress. "Mc Kinley." said the senator, "muld not have gotten enough votes to make- a decent showing if he had not been an nounced aa a bimetallism. Indeed, It was claimed throughout the west that McKinley was a better bimetaillst than I-rvan because. It was further claimed. j he had the only method by which bi metallism could be accomplished.' Interstate Commerce Law. Washington. Jan. 24. Senator Cullcm Saturday introduced a new bill for the amendment of the Interstate commerce law. The bill is Intended to cover the defects of the present law as indicated by the courts. It gives the interstate commerce commission authority to pro hibit any railroad company or other common carrier from charging more for a Icag haul than a short haul over the same line. The bill also confers on the rommls'ion the right to determine and fix rates where these are unreasonable, and also by which transportation ii ob tained at less than the lawful rates, and the offense Is made punishable by a fine of Jo.OOu and one year imprisonment. A fine of $".,000 is also Imposed for a change of rates by any unauthorized device. The carriers themselves as well as their agents are made liable for all offenses. Persons testifying falsely under the act are to be deemed guilty of perjury. Bare Tto Newt from Gen. Lee, Washington, Jan. 24. So far as could be learned, the administration had no advices from Havana yesterday. Both the state and navy departments af firmed that nothing had been heard from General Lee and looked upon the lack of news as a good sign. Inquiry a!so failed to reveal any basis for sensational reports that warships had sailed for Havana. Indianapolis Monetary Convention. Washington, Jan. 24. Private advices which reach here from Indianapolis are to the effect that the business men's convention which wiil be held in that city tomorrow and Wednesday will be more largely attended than was the first convention of a year ago. Confirmed By the Senate. Washington, Jan. 24. The senate Sat urday eonfirmed the following nomina tions: General James Longstreet, to be commissioner of railways. To be con suls O. Durrante. of Illinois, at Cata nia; II. M. Hunt, of Illinois, at Antigua. Grlgga for Attorney General. Washington. Jan. 24. The nresldent has nominated John W. Griggs, of New Jersey, to be attorney general. PINGREE AND THE TWO-CENT FARE. Ilopea to Force Mlrhlgan I.inea to Let the Solnns Fix Tariff. Chicago, Jan. 24. "In the mandamus proceedings which I have personally brought against the railroads of Michi gan to compel them to regard the law which stipulates that a 2-cent-a-mile rate be charged for passenger travel I hope to bring the railroads to time," said Governor Plngree, of Michigan, at the Palmer House. The case which is now before the court is the mort im portant thing before the people of Michigan at the present time. As gov ernor of the state, 1 propose to soe that the discrimination against the poorer classes in favor of the wealthy is stopped, or declare to the vorld that I nm not able to maintain the laws of the state. "In the matter of granting franchises for street railroads, there Is nn oppor tunity for councils to be of great ser vice to the people. I do not favor com pensation for franchises. I do not think that the municipality should benefit by these Institutions, but the people. I fa vor making the fare as low as possible, to allow the company a fair profit, and thus the people would receive the bene fit, and not the property-owners, who would be lienefited by the tax derived from compensation." RECEPTION OF. DOLE AT CHICAGO. City and Nation Represented, hot Not the State of Illinois. Chicago, Jan. 24. President Dole and party wer met at the Northwestern station yesterday morning by a com mittee ficm the Union League club, headed by the following: Mayor and Mrs. Harrison, Judge and Mrs. Gross cup, Assistant Secretary of State Cr id ler, and General Brooke and staff and Mrs. Brooke. At 1 o'clock this afternoon at Kinsley's a reception and luncheon will be given in the Hawaiian presi dent's honor. The Union League club will be gayly decorated with plants and flowers, and the American and Hawaiian flags for the large reception that will be given President Dole from 3 to S o'clock. The Hawaiian flag will float over the club house. Two thousand Invitations have been sent out for the reception. As showing how reliable some special Interviews are the following, from a real talk with Dole, is given. After declining to discuss the general subject of annexation, he added: "There is one thing I do wish to say, and that is this there Is absolutely no foundatinn for these stories about Hawaii being men aced by Japan." Tragedy on a Railway Trestle. Columbus, O., Jan. 24. Caught on a trestle with the alternate of leaping to the surging waters sixty feet below or being killed by a fast approaching train was the predicament in which four res idents of the village of Oreton found themselves at night. Three of the party leaped to the waters below and escaped with only slight Injuries. Mrs. Stephen Anderson was so paralysed with fear that she remained on the trestle and was instantly killed.- Milwaukee Fire Costa $300,000. Milwaukee. Jan. 24. Fire Saturday night completely destroyed the large btick building and contents of the F. A. Walsh company, manufacturers of packers' and grinders' tinware and tin ners' machinery. The loss is estimated at (300.000, SZ2S,00 of which is on stock and machinery and ITS. 000 on building. The insurance la S230.000. Engineers Will Ballot oa T (elding. London, Jan. 24. The executive MmmlttM nf th T.sinitri .nsttiAiw. t ------- w- -". cuiunis usa Issued a circular advising the men to j accept the employers' terms. A ballot of the men baa been fixed for tomorrow j and it is probable that work will be re ' sumed next Monday. 1 News of the Blizzard That Raged in trie West Saturday and Sunday. CHICAGO GETS A SHOW BLANKET, Which Gives Her Railway and Telegraph Lines the Paralysis West Visited Gener ally Wind Havoc East with Heavy Rains High Water on the Ohio Caaset Lose of Life Floods In the Rivera threaten Damage to the Lowlands. Chicago, Jan. 24. The snow storm of Saturday night atod yesterday morntag was the weeat in the city for years; The greatest damage as well aa incon venience was caused by the breaking down of telegraph and telephone wires. In this respect the damage was wide spread, and in all parts of the city poles and wires were brought to the ground. The police telephone system was badly crippled and there was much trouble with the city fire alarm system. The street car service, which Saturday night was badly delayed, and totally suspended on some lines, was in better running order yesterday. The com panies, by keeping snow-plows and sweepers oing all night managed to keep their lines open. Flayed Havoc with Train Schedules. All the incoming trains on all roads were from one to lour hours late. Sta tion Master Clithers. of the Union sta tion, said Saturday night was one of the worst railroading nights he had ever known. On account of the break ing down of telegraph wires they were at sea as to the whereabouts of trains. The storm at Milwaukee was the mort severe which has visited the city in years. Snow to the depth of eighteen inches has fallen there, and with the wind blowing at the rate of fifty miles per hour great drifts were formed in all parts of the city, making travel almost nn impossibility. Kajlroad trains came In very irregularly and only patsenger trams, each with the aid of several lo comotives, attempted to get through. The storm was general all over Wiscon sin. - Michigan Wan Also Storm-Swept. A dispatch from Detroit says: "A blizzard has been raging throughout Michigan far more than twenty-four hours. Saturday night and Sunday morning the heavy gale was accom panied by fine fbow. Last night the weather was colder and clearing. Sagi naw street cars were completely tied up. Trains were stalled on the Macki naw division of the Michigan Central and on the Flint and Pere Marquette road. The gale was equally fierce on the east and west sides of the state." All over the west and northwest the blizzard raged. In Iowa, Kansas, Mis souri and this state there was cne gen eral rule of the snow king. So far as known there were no casualties caused by the storm, but the snow stopped trains and played haw.e with telegraph and telcphono wire:?. Wild Time in the Cast. East It was rain ajid wind. At Pitts burg considerable damqfge was done to property, but ns yet no fatalities have been reported. There was quite a heavy rain durlmr Saturday night until about 3 a, m. The rain was followed by a wind storm that raged continuously all day Sunday. In Ohio buildings were unroofed, oil derricks laid low and oth er damage done. At Philadelphia the east wing of the old tate house fell. No harm was done to Vie historic build ing, as the arrhos which collapsed were not connected with it, a section of the w ing next to the cast wall of Independ ence Hall having been torn out under the rertoration plans now being carried out. Meeting of the Spinners' I'nlon. ToFton. Jan. 24. The center of the In tending r-cenes in the textile troubles of New England Umpcrarily shifted from New Bedford to this city yester day, to the ItlCetltio; of the executive council of the National Spinners' union. The meeting was one of cistus;if:n rath er than of trtii,n, although it was re solved to ceji.-tntrale all the efforts of the orgnnizaticn cc the New Bedford situation. Kcrinus itioMlig at Alters. Paris, Jan. 21. It is reported from Aliriera that serious rl.-.Unn- ami niun. ing took .lace at Muntapha, a suburb of tne city. Saturday nieht. Ten Jeu-iah shops were looted and a number of po licemen injured. Troops were sum moned, but order wnn nut recti ..,ri until 2 o'clock yesterday morning. For ty arrests were made. nn OLD IMS III dl vjM ito) clDBdl 030$ osS by alt dmzrtrts or arnt apon rsocist of prtce-Sc. Wc and fl PW bou let, j . TatEtaVaVnKBLaaAUICUECA rAACCAAVKT. ANtv?ctablePrcparalionrofAS slmilating ttseToodandRcgula Bqg uteSmmnriB nnri Itawels cf RobiOuC s Dies'don.CheeifuI iktssaiviBKt.amtaiasndltaT Opnim.Morphine flortfaKULL KotNaucotic. a arWIiihaaw Apefecf Hemfdy for Constipa tion. Sour Stomach.Diiixhoca, Worms .Convulsions .Feverish ntss and Loss or Sleep. YfeSiinile Signature ct "NEW YORK. I r $y ' iKxarTHranrn taaBaL. jffiWSSSW - INSURANCE. General Insurance Agent. Tre old Tua sn4 TlBe-trad Co&ipa&les SepioMjuled. IrisjasPrinptlyPald Kites as low sa sty ritbl: eaapeay aaa afara. Tour ptreta to soUCSad A. D.HUESING, Insurance Agent. Represents th followfieg well known Fire and AcciJent Insur ance Companies: Booheatar erm. Ins Oa.. ....Boeb OT. T Weetchesle: tra ...ItvTort Hiualn German Raff am Yi v Reliance , , , rn,'"jl-'rv" beniuiu Vira - Peoria, 111 Few Hampshire . Hanehaxts. M f i M' 'wia. h-.miW ..aulwansoe Wis fidelity and Casualty;" New York Office corner Eighteenth street and Second avenue, second float. Telephone 104T: Colona Sand Stone Quarries Uw(Hl building stone Ashlfcr tnd trlramm.i t specialty. For eheapneii, darabUIty And beauty excelled by none. This tone docs not WAih or oolor the wail with Alkali, ate. Plant vent ns for estimates will receive careful attention and be returned promptly At our eipenae. Qaarrlei IS miles from Book Island on the 0., B. Q. B. B. Trains No. t and 10 will itop and 1st visitors oS and on. Bridge stone, ccrn crib blocks tnd fotndatlon ttono iny size desired. Bampleaof Bkona and Fhotoaol BoUdJnea ean be teen at Boom No. If, Mitchell A Lynda's buUd laf. Addraaa: Arthur Bnrrall, manager, Rock Island or Coloaa, I1L DROP IN WaWaaaaVfaasija t BILLY CATTON'S Whits Seal saloon r ss mss . i i i I iisM isss,sMsiii kaaltasaaAaassa I m .WW nWia' 1 .laslijrioi TOV f SEE THAT THE FAC-SIM1IX SIGNATURE op 13 02? THE WRAPPER OF F?KBT BOT2X33 OF Otstarls is wt ts is ens-sb Vittls advi Ik Is act aoli la ba&. Soat allow aayaaa ts tall jos aay&ing els aa tha plea ar yrcaln that it l jut as good" aad "1U aaswer every par. peas," Baa that joa (t 0-A-fVT-O-K-M. fitat- ' - staae y2r sffT . JT ka? THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE. SH1CAQO, ROOK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAIL-way-Tlf keU can be purchased or aacgaya C R I A P depot, comer fifth arenas aaa TalrtT- w isaaam aa a tu miner. AKtBlw TRAINS. Kaar. Wist. I'Uia Dai vttLm t d ii..h... It 3:111 Kt Worth I), nrer A K O....I .'..-OS aa. M nneano is I ... IO:tO pm V ts lim Oma a and ic oolneu.".'."."'! ?: S:S0 n ;jmanA Minneapolis Pl:ISe 4:aa nnat) De Moi s Bx .... 7:10 as flnmnim , mime Minneapolis Kx ..I'lUrus sir lenv.-r, inrntn Omaha., p 3:00 am St Paul MUneatots I'SOsn. t 4-a'taia t IHn an S:!l.m rl0:flni n-HTeP. . t Wnrth S Cfl la m .aa ;Kna t'ity A r-t J epb.. r10:10 pro ... - . -... - .o kiii It sat . iuc imana m wrnfgton I IO.UOsk I'hlcago & Das lfoio.s It 1 s am Knrk lalanrt A- .. . I - t:SSna 7:lp -- - - - nuun - o zn nm t T:laaa t T 0sm It ft:4nm K'ck Island Brooklyn Ae.J 5:9pm sum th wiiuw B:k in Arrival. tUepartora. Oallr, ezo pt 8andaT. All others dailr. Telephone i y KuDiisycveniuca falnnm rice nor will be at thai il-rwit affcMi i nr n. , . . . --. . w ii iv u w in mnj lor fJBt- eairoataa. m. Moadar. RUIN?5 S25"-o q -Any TBAI'lfl 8t1, Crriagflelr). Peorls Bar Q iir. via Mon soqtt CMcace, nfertirg, t.hnion f Dobuqae Poor a, Bra-detown, Bar 1UTI TKTJaT t 7:40 as St. Panl A Minae'iipn'lis"!' ki ii . 1 1 . .. . t t .45ptr IWpr tnoam s:io an t 8:40 pm uiiiiiiK, v i'. ion a unrmnqr BU L., K n.as CI t. Denver A Pag . Cos-t via Glwh'r 7 cm l:Ata Daily, tusily ejcentdaaaay. ' COICAOa MILWAl KKB A 8T PAL L Rail" . - "arine A Soaihwesteni Ditlsioa-. HI 7:psi 1 1:40 pm TWAtwa taava Aamta Mail an I Express St raol Expresa .. 1.Z ff? .VJS, kreiglitaiMl Accommodation nZ K tZ Daily excjpt Sunday. R?K "K'A RAILWAY Lep:t First Avenne and TwtBtletk airMt It hlo-Afaoise. Oen'l Tkt AgSntT TRAIVH. taava Aaaira SprlDffleld, Cincinnati, Peo-i" " ria, etc sin-ai Paona St Lonis Mail Br... 9.05 am e3o pa Accnm'Klatloa Fast FrelRh. lo:aoaa F EXpreta.... ........ ......... I 45 nm llt. ara Kflo.l Atcom Freight 7:i0pm a U bleASherrard accom.... SWiam 8 31 nm Oslile Accomodation H:40 am VI urn Cab e and Sherrard Aetom . . ;9p, 7U aal PM'nar.P trm'tisa laaawak il u f A a u.aa osbw aa A ' Oaf I; I amOUafVJ srenoe) depot Sra (5) minatss earlier tbsa time - - uaiij, au ornrr trains dally exec pt 8c nday. LESS THAN 43 Hours to Jacksonville, Fla. Lv Hock Is'snd. Ar CiocinnaUI... I P l 4j p at .Big Fear f 10 a m Lv Ciaeicaaltt Q A C I SO a l Ar Jacksonville T 0 A P 8 40 a I But two (i) changes enronte, both in Union Depot. Sleeper Peoria to Cincinnattl. Solid Ves tibule Train, coneiatios; of roll man Drawing Boom Buffet, and Parlor Cafe and -Observation Car Cincinnattl Co JAokapnrille. Reservation- made through to Jacksonville. R I & P Ry. Depot 20th atr.. Bock Island. -i art - , B. ST0CKH0USE. Gnl Ticket Agt i iiS Seco3A Aveflne.