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tfHH AIM3U0, T7T3DNE3DAY, FUBEUABX 19. 1836.
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Canto ria to Dr. Ramacl Pitcher prescription for InCints
mad Children. It contain neither 0;ium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It is a Lurmlc&s suWltnto
for Paregoric, Drop, Soothing Syrnps, and Castor Oil,
It 1.4 Pleasant. Its faranteo I thirty years use by
Million of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverish ncss. Castoria prevents vomitlnjr Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures' constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho food, rcnlates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cos
torla Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" Castor) la aa excellent InndldM for chil
dren. Mothers kav rrprobMly Void me of Us
good Cct apt, their children." '
Da. Q. C Onmo,
" Castoria la lb beat retn.1y foe chiMma of
whR-h I am arrpasiuted. I hope Kjo day is no
far diatan t w bra mothers w il 1 euoslib tbu nal
klrml f tuWr rtlMrrn, aad ua Csxturie in
stead of ibevarloustniack anslrumaabLrb am
drstrovlnz their loved onen, NT fordns opium,
morphinn, awAbliK; ynip and other hurtful
areata duwa thir thruo::, thereby Madiax
l to prematura ci-nrex
L-a. J. F. Curcmtioa,
Tba Cantons' Company, TO Max-ray Street, Now York City.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs.Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
DR. T. M. WALSU, ' - '
roimerly O aical Pror reaor la two of Cblcacol
leadlaf aMdleal col tcgaa.
X Vvwav4td:t. ki'
W: .., Afi
ckaol1ed by tha tTxlicaJ Profearloa. Aekaowledffud by tka rraoe, AcknowladfM by
atl m Hie World' 0 tea t and Oaly Sacccaafal peetallata la Cbmalc. Merrcaa. Prlirata and
aargieal DIkvm or oota aetea.
COK3LLTATIOS FBB1 rBOXPT
WEAK MEN. Yon thst sre troab-
d With Vctrone Dtilllty, fort Manbood, K
baaetlT Ontaa, Wght hweea, DcfectlTe MoaMry,
Tbrrateaed laraalty, Lom of Will rower. Mental
dolmtnee, .leeplemiva.. or any other .ymptnai of
trma, eiltan.tiuae. Yoa .hoaldcoaaail aa be
fore it la too lata. Delar la fatal.
SURKICAL operation! performed
at roar bona vhm dealred. Abduaataal and
bnta (artery a (peclalty.
... " . ,or oar reaiarbablr ekin la enrln caaea rim op aa bopalrae by ali
!ii.I7"Jr tu ?i t?n to T,M, I"Me aa well aa tba medical arofewwa the
. T. w 7 "'"le'lse of rradlclae and oor tr Imitible aklll la the art rf aaivery. Bemeaber yoai
..7 i. t.,, . 1 . , r7' " rr. V P-f. eare wil)lmrlonreadoarknowled
a(t Bow oar aklll. and wa feel Joaty prood of tho dai y remcratulaiion we receive from tba atedt
aal prafUoa few ta adTaoced (Mdlcal and rarKcal Hurat-jv we hare written!
ret'orl'l'hj IuT" 01 ''reacre aod crrocntlau. if yoa cannot eall, wriu. Has
Chicago MPdlcal Institate.1
Office, 134 West Third Street.
DISEASES OF EYE, EAR. NOSE. THROAT, LUNGS.
STOMACH. SKIN AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
CURED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Rooms 36 and 37,
Second and Main
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2
and Saturdays, 7 to 8
TrLtriiosE WO. '.
u 1 i. . ' 1 tTM.Nta- mi Uxtr.f.
rt-AL. Mauicixa fcUCHuiiai.xu..
For aal at Harper Bouss Pharmacy. Knok island. Ill
Plumbeis, Steam, Gao Mttora
Boom Bwttag sad loAUsry Plaabutj.
" Castoria b ao well adapted to diiMren thai
I recommend Itaaanpariortoaaypmaclpcioai
knowa to me."
II. A. Acnra,M". D.. '
111 So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn. X. Y.
Onr h vah-1-.in in tba rlril.lren s depart-m-t
bam, cpokca highly of their experi
ence in their outside practice with Custoria,
and altbuusb we only have amou; o:r
medical cuppliea what is ltaoira aa niriilar
products, yet m are free 10 content that tba
merits of Castoria baa Won ua to luok wUa
favor upon it."
Uarraa Uosi-mL aso Dmraraaar,
Auxa C. Kami, 7Yc ,
in Davenport, lows.
DE. J. E. WALSH,
Lata of Chirwo. former! Saiffaoa-tB-Chtaf a
a, uuairi acapiiat.
AKD rXRHARKITT CtJBtll
YOD CAN'T Afford to delay if yo
are (offering with Catarrh, Bronchltl, Anhma
Karlr Coniuaiutinn. Hhcnmat'mi.Nenralma. Dr
pep.ia, Krofnfa, HrptaiK blond, lirer, aidoay die
eaeee, ra(ure. pib-a or hydroeela. Oar long boa
pltai experience esablea aa to aara a Ufa waea
WE CAN nositlTelT irnarantee a
radical car of Vartancela taaerendaf byom
paialcM merbod. Worm a raffcriag front nterlnr
or ovrrutia iroaniee m any nature coaw aaa
aa opinion oa roar car free of charge.
Honre to 10
I DAVEFOBT - IOWA
McManus Building, corner
streets, Davenport, Iowa.
to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
p. m. .. Snndayi, 2 to S p. m.
' . . . ,
MlleiMia.. ueJ. jrfiJi ate
' t9 iUfktsanU StTMt, J
Squabbling a Feature of the Up
. per Chamber Session.
EUL AfiD TILLIIAH 1001 HOBIS.
Taa Hew Tork Seaatar Alaa Gheaa Sbawart
T Hirada a Saab aaa Tblaka Tao Hack
AMaatlaa la FaM to Iiain aaTOeeaad
Small Wmawlaa- Failtlcal
T latme to TTr-r,lmat
Lrftelatloa Fropoaed, to Baatrica Ifaaal
Kratkoau . - .
Washisotos, Feb. 1U. The aeasion of
tho aeoata yesterday furnUhed a aaecea
don tit breezy Incident. Little actual
work waa acoomplUhed, but brief debate
on a 0003110 of aubjecta developed fre
quent sharp personal exchangee between
the senatar. . Hill Jiad a lively tilt with
TUluian during the debate on Peffcr's
resolution tor a senate investigation of the
recent bond issue. Allen of Nebraska
Joined Issue with Gear of Iowa and Wol
cott over the course of the Pacific railway
committee In conducting their inquiry.
Chandler and Cockrcll had an animated
but good-natured colloquy and Hawley
and Allen had a difference somewhat less
good natured. Regarding Peffcr's resolu
tion most of tho senators who spoke, in
cluding Sherman, favored the investiga
tion of Imputations of the character that
originated tho resolution..
Hill Cram tea a Diver. Ion.
But David Bennett Hill, of New York,
took a different view. ' He was opposed,
be said, to any investigation at this time
by the finance comniittoa or any other
committee. lie deprecated the custom of
following up every idle rumor, every ia
dettnite charge, that the right thing had
not been done. The senate had heretofore
dignified audi rumors by serious Investi
gation. It was a pandering to idle curi
osity. The senator (Pcffer) who proposed
this Inquiry did not make personal
charges against tho president or secretary
f the treasury.
"But I make the charge," exclaimed
Stowart rising and moving down the
middle aisle. Hill waved Stewart back
and declined to entertain the interruption.
. Stewart Treated with Contempt.
"But let mo make the charge," insisted
"The senator will charge anything,,"
said HilL still -declining to yield. HiU
proceeded to argue against the senuto In
quiries into rumors, when he was again
interrupted by Tillman. The latter raised
his right arm and was about to frame an
energetic question when Hill positively
declined to yield to the question, saying
that only a few minutes remained before
8 o'clock, when the expiration of the morn'
Ing hour would cut him off. Tillman
yielded reluctantly, and as he took his
seat exclaimed: "It is not the first time I
have seen the senator Hill kill a resolu
tion by talking on it until 2 o'clock."
Oivea Tillmaa a SnoT.
Hill turned about, facing the South
Carolina senator, aud addressing him
personally said: "I will bo the judge of
how long and when 1 will speak.
"Undoubtedly," interjected Tillman
"And," proceeded Hill, "I will not be
governed in my course by the senator
from South Carolina." HIU went on
with his opposition to the investigation
until 3 o'clock, when be declined to' accept
Hoar's proposal and proceed, saying ho
would proceed some other day, whereupon
a shrill, whistling sound came from Till.
man. Indicating that his prophecy as to a
o clock had been ruin I led.
"Voa're Aawtheri Fool If Toe, Doat."
The military academy bill coming up,
the personal feeling between senators
cropped out further. Chandler com
plained of the absence of the senator.
Whon appropriation bills were up.
"Have we your permission to go?" asked
"It is always desirable," responded
Chandler, "to nave the senator and hi
amiable disposition in the chamber." .
Later Ilawlny objected to a proposal made
Dy Allen and tho latter broke out: "The
senntor Hawley Is not shedding any
light on this sunject. "
"Light Is needed when the senator
Allen is discussing a question, an
."It Is not needed in this direction from
any source in that direction," concluded
OF INTEREST TO POLITICIANS.
Dcoialow of Chairman Carter as to Eleetlaa
of Diatriet Imlccataa.
Washisqtos, Feb. 12. Senator Carter,
chairman of the Republican national com
mittee, has rendered a decision that will
be of interest in -congressional districts
In the selection of delegates to the St.
Louis convention. In the Tenth Ohio
district a faction of the Republican party
undertook to elect the two delegate from
the district at the primary election. The
opposing faction, led by ex-Representative
Thompson, contended that the dele
gates must be selected according to the
practice of selecting congressional candi
dates In tho district, namely, at a con
vention of delegates chosen by primaries.
To secure a decision upon the subject
Judge Thompson formally appealed to
Chairman Carter and was sustained In
the following letter, dated Washington,
"Replying to the question presented
through Representative Fenton, yon
are informed that any departure
in selecting delegate to the na
tional convention from the usual
proceeding followed In the district here
tofore In nominating a candidate for con
gress would violate the rule prescribed In
the call for the St. Louis convention. II
the practice of nominating candidates for
congress obtain In your district in dis
trict convention any other method of
electing delegates to the St. Louis conven
tion would be clearly irregular.
"Thomas H. Castes."
Bill 11. pea id la tho 'oaata
Washikotoh, Feb. 19. Lodge, chair
man of the senate ootaimlttoe.on immigra
tion, has reported a bill from that
mlttee for the restriction of immigration.
The bill provides for the exclusion of all
persons who ara ao Ignorant a to be su
able to war! and write any languan.
Lodge presented a written report on the
bill in which be says: "This measure, if
adopted, will exclude s large portion of
the nvsent immigration, and with few ex
ceptions will tall exclusively en the snoat
jii' ''M(nrttnntf liiiBiliaUii sliaia
let-hi absoiwto'yeTerT -one who oogM bo
come In and exdudo every Immigrant
who ought i be shut out, but the per
centage of ' desirable immigrants who
would be excluded by this bill would bo
reduced ta the minimum." The commit
tee also say there can be no doubt that
there is a general and very earnest desire
among the people of the United States to
It is obvious that immigration In Us
present unrestricted form," the report
continues, "threaten to injure the qual
ity of our citizenship and lower the rates
of American wages. The committee
says that all that has hitherto been done
to improve and restrict immigration has
been beueScial, but that it has not been
sufficient to reach the objectionable
Roatlae Work ad Coaxi
WASEiHfiTOX, Feb. 19. The. senate do.
bated Peffer' resolution for an investlga
tion of bond issues, but it went over.
The military academy and pension bills
werj passed. Aa executive session was
The bouse passed the agricultural ap
propriation with a clause requiring Secre
tary Morton to distribute seeds, with the
amount therefor increased from SI30.0UU
to 15J,U0O. Cousins of Iowa wanted to
reduce the secretary' salary to f35 a year
if he did not distribute the seeds, but the
amendment was ruled out. A resolution
was adopted directing an inquiry as to
the effect of the difference of exchange
between gold and silver on the industries
of this country, with special reference to
tho cheapness of manufactures in silver
using countries and tho invasion of our
markets by those manufactures.
la Favor of Mora Battleship.
Washington-, Fob. 19. The sub-com
mittee of the house naval committee waa
in session for several hours and the dis
cussion disclosed a majority in favor of
making provision for at least four and
probably aix battleships. The torpedo
boats to be authorized will depend very
largely on the number of battleships teo-
Mrs. Morrison Very I1L
Washington, Feb. la Mrs.W. R. Mor
rison, of Illinois, is seriously ill at her
apartments here. Colonel Morrison left
Washington for the west three or four
days ago. His wife was then ill, but not
so seriously that he felt Justified in post
poning the trip.
Those World's Fair Awards.
Washisotos, Feb. 19. Senator So well.
of Kew Jersey, has introduced a joint reso
lution appropriating (1S.0J0 to enable the
secretary of the treasury to distribute tho
awards made by tho Y orld & fair.
PUT BULLETS IN THREE PERSONS.
Jealous Fiend Mortally Wounds His Wife,
. Grandchild and t
BkooklYX, Feb. la Crazed with Jeal
ousy because his wife and sons left him
Franz Michael Schwab, a German laborer
50 years old, visited the home of his married
sou Bernard, and after gaining admit
tance by trickery fired four shots from a
pistol, two of the bullets lodging in the
body of his wife Katrlna, 63 years old.
killing her almost instantly. Tho third
ball struck his grandchild, 9 week old.
over the heart, and the fourth struck the
son Bernard in the right eye.
Schwab, after the shooting, ran through
the apartments in search of his daughter-
in-law, and not finding her made hi
escape to tho struct by way of the fire
escape from the second floor. He was over
taken by a patrolman and arrested.
Bernard Schwab and the injured child
were removed to St. Catherine s hospital.
where the doctors say that they will prob
ably not recover.
ANDREW CARNEGIE BLACKBALLED.
Befoaed Membership In tho Cleveland
Chamber of Commerce.
CLEVELAND, Feb. 19. The .Cleveland
Chamber of Commerce last night black
balled the name of Andrew Carnegie,
which had been proposed for honorary
membership. Before the rote was taken
It. A. RusselL a loading attorney, made a
speech saying that ho had been led to
suspect that Carnegio made his fortune
because of tariff protection, and ho also
suspected from "what he had read of the
Homestead strike that he was an oppressor
of tho poor, wjnless something could con
vince him to the contrary be would vote
against admitttn g Carnegio to member
ship. Five blackballs were voted the
oaustitutional number required to debar
Wiaeoejala'a Special Seeetoa.
Madisox, Feb. 19. The state legisla
ture convened In extra session at noon
yesterday, in accordance with the gover
nor's call, to apportion the state into
senate and assembly districts under the
new census. Governor Upham submitted
to both houses the report of the special
apportionment committee appointed at
the last session, and with it the amend
ments since submitted by members of the
committee. In. his message Governor
Upham called the attention of the legli
lator to the great Importance of the work
before them, and impressed upon them
their duty to enact a measure which shall
comply strictly with the constitutional
Gave Tww Live for Soma Valejabla.
Stamford, Conn., Feb. 19. Fire de
stroyed the farm house of Charles Gilder
meister at Buxtom Place, Riverton. Mrs.
Gildermelster. after she had been taken
out with her children, returned to the
bouse for some valuable papers and money
and was burned to death. Gildermelster
was so badly injured In trying to rescue
his wife that He can scarcely recover.
BeBlBlUoa for Jack. and Walling.
ClNcniSATL Feb. 19 Sheriff Plummer,
of Campbell county, Ky., reached here
last night with a requisition approved by
Governor Bushnell for the extradition of
the accused prisoner, Jackson and Wall
ing. As soon as the legal formalities are
ended the prisoner will be taken to Cov
ington. Yesterday at the preliminary ex
amination there wa a' good -crowd, but
no attempt at violence, which would have
been met very vigorously.
r ' " wraa Way He Wowld Dew
- WASHtsoTOS, Feb. 19. The president of
Ecuador sent to the queen regent of Spain
Dee. la a letter regarding the straggle In
Cuba. It is a plea to the queen to put an
end to the war by giving up the light and
granting Cuba ner independence. t
BosTOX. Fes. 19. The total amount re
ceived and forwarded to Turkey for relief
work tho. far by Frank H. Wlggin, aav
latant tt(syr of the Antericea board,
People who lose flesh sre In daneer
of consumption. In many cases loss
of flesh is tie first symptom of the
Light weight is too often a sign of
ome wasting disease which geta its
first start, from indigestion. . Cure
,he indigestion, and health, strength
and flesh will be rapidly regained..
au pnysicians are agreea that the
most important thing to be done in
such cases is to improve the appetite
and digestion; and it this cannot be
done, there is very little hope, for
strength, flesh, pare blood and strong
nerves can only come from plenty of
wholesome food well digested.
inis is tne reason so many physi
cians recommend Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets, because of their wonderfal
invizoratin? and nutritive nroner.
ties. For loss of vigor, headaches,
constipation, sour risings and other
symptoms of dyspepsia they- consti
tute the safest, most natural enre.
And their is a good reason for their
success. They are composed of the
natural digestive acids and frnit es.
sences which every weak' stomsch
Stuart's DvsDCDsia Tablets ranidlv
increase the weight, the hectic flush
soon leaves the consumptive's cheek.
the skin assumes the hue of health,
night sweats cease, the congh dies
away and the emaciation is lost
under a coating of warm, normal
Taken after meals these Tablets
digest all wholesome food eaten, in
creasing the appetite, enriching the
blood and soon remove those miser
able feelings which only the dyspep
tics can appreciate. Stuart's Dys
pepsia Tablets are sold by druggists
at 60 cents for foil sized package.
A book on stomach diseases and
thousands of testimonials of genuine
cures sent free by sddressing the
Stuart company, Marshall, Mich.
SEPARATED THIRTY-FOUR YEARS.
Parted When a Bride of Thro Moatha a
Wife Finds Her Husband.
Sasdusry, O., Feb. la Mrs. E. H.
Bowne, of. Hartford, Conn., has just been
reunited to her husband after a separation
of thirty-four years In 1823 Bowne went
to the war, leaving his bride of throo
months at her home. At the end of the
war Bowne, who had never written home.
did not return. His wifo gave him up for
dead and soon removed to Hartford, borne
time since she learned that K. H. Bowne
had obtained a pension. Correspondence
with the pension bureau resulted in locat
ing the pensioner, -and Mrs. Bowne ar
rived here a few days since. , The meeting
was a happy one and the reunited couple
Is now domiciled In this city.
Maw Tork Financial.
Kaw Tors, Fob. 1&
Money on eall easy at 94l per cent,;
prune mercantile paper o!-ja)7 per cent,;
sterling exchange waa steady, with actual
business in banker,' bills at stftl&i for
demand and S5o!V$l)i fors xtydaya; posted
raws e-,!jtu aaa UjS.S).':; coauueraial
bills, 485ft. -
Silver certiflcatas, 67-!)77,: no sales; bar
surer, or;,: Mexican dollars, bS.
United States government bonds strong;
new 4' a registered, 110!j; do. coupons,
lltH: S'a registered, 113S; 'a coupons, US;
4's registered. HM: 4 a coupon t, 10114.; t regia-
wna, no; t-acine O S ol . lUi
Coleagw drain aad Prod nee.
Chicaoo. Feb. 18.
The following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: wheat February.
opened 830, eloul 62) -ii; May. opened fti'o,
clueed 65c; July, opened 65?ac, closed- See.
Corn February, nominal, close! XTter,' May.
opened 81c, cloned fl)?c; July, opened
Bio, closed su'c. Oats February nomi
nal, closed lV.c: Hay, opoaed 21",. closed
20V: July, opened 21c closad 21a. Pork
February, opened W.9i4. close! t&sj; May,
opened S10. 10. closed tlu.OS'C Lard Febru
ary, opaned 15.45, close! 5.421,; May, opened
$iJ. closed S.67'.
Produce: Batter Extra creamery. lSa
per 1U : extra dairy, lite; pacKint stock, 7c
EgRS Fresh Ktock, U'9l2'4c par dozen. Dressed
Poultry Spring chickens. BVMo pr iD. ;
old hens, 7ytrsSc; roosters, 6t(.V$a; turkeys,
lKwUI'i:: ducks. UUc: eoess. e-lo. Potatoes
Burbanks. 2u3 per bush-d. Sweet Potatoes
Dlinois, 210 J per bbL Apples Fair to
choice, $UOi.7i per baL Boaey White
clover, I-lb sections, fancy, Iau per lb.;
broken comb, 10911c; extracted, 0(990. Craa
berries Cape Cod. 7.oOi50 per bbL.
Chieac) Live Stock. -
. Chicaoo. Feb. 18.
Live Stock Prieej at the Union Stock
Yards today ran ?ed ai follows: Hots Esti
mated receipts for the day, 2L0J9; sales
ranged at U.zjrdUlS pigs; 4.(XM4 light,
3sj(9&tM rough packinit. t4.J0(a)i.22,4 mixed,
and U-WLZ) hsavy packing and abipplng
Cattle Estimatad receipt 1 for the day.
4 5U0; quotations ranged at tLHJ 16 i.7i choia
to extra shippiai steers f3.vi&L4j ffool to
ebioce do.. S3.5a)t20 fair to good, taSJta&U
common to medium do., s J. syi a J trntchera
steer. (2.75125 stock ra, 12y)180 feeders,
16J(!:i.53 cows. t2.taj4.Bi heifers, l2Xli
bulls, i75s4 (M Texas steer, and Li7SoA4
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for the
day, ll.OJU: sales ranged a SZ.75isw.Sa areas
eras. t2.HK93.ii Texas, A2ad.M natives, aad
Corn Kew, ftOSSe. ,
Osts Sew. lTialaTa..
Usv Tnaotay. toW: plsad, ftastr; wild.
osHi aaonan, eiajaoi iiaiia.nee.aii.
Safer Tab- to cbotea, McOlSe; fraehi
abiga-Fieah. ltttc 4
Tin beys Ou ,
Cattle Batchers pay for ear fad
sad heifers. SJacCIHc;
Children Cry for
BLAeKTNG APPtJFn Atm
KUSHCO WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
A Weary Woman.
A prominent Ohio lady, without
rcNt lor itionins. Atesteien.
' doraBce and bat ended it.
If the Inner Uvea of IhottKimila nf .nam
were known bow. sk-eplcs. nervous mid
in constant fuiin. they have for vrara f,nKlit
dieeaae andjilrath men would ni.-irvel at tllcir
cxidurzun-e. This is a caac in point. "I hnU
WWrTK'tftr-. "T.' For lhc Pat three
Had pivco up
hopes ol" ever bring
IwfteY llnri m
nifchta rrt for ev
en 111 on 1 n. inerofie
n of yonr Wild Olive
and Mvrtlc Tonic
4 hns caret! me per-
t manentiT." MRS.
we . Hicksville. Ohio,
tll diseases peculiar to the sex doing whit
pnvfficiana cannot: liecauae tnev contain in
gredieuta prncticallv unknown to the pnifra
sion. The doctor who diacoveretl the treat
ment, pave his life to the atndy of female li
easea. His tilnn will appeal to vonr common
en sc. Wild oliveis npnlirtl to'tbeaeatof the
dbseaae. Myrtle Tonic n an intrrnal rrmoly
to baild up the health. The prk-e St. each.
Latltr. can have a harmlesa. etrectivc home
treatment at little cxmiisc. Sample aad a
valuable treatise, free.
VICTOK MKUICA1. ASSOCIATION.
, South Bend. Ind.
Mrs. H. J. Sarosnt, Agent,
1U Tbirty-sevenuiSt., Twelfth sve, Eocklliland
We are showing our
Usual line of fine .
Watches, Clocks, -Jewelry
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
. Reliable Goods at
1807 SECOND AVEKOE.
LATEST NOVELTIES IN
DEW SPaiUE . EODB
OAST BS SKKkT AT
E. F DORaV,
The New Merchant Tailor;
1822 8COiSfD AVE
Harper Honse Block
Tn:t7-First Strest kLn
? ' wawaaawaw
Fine Residence Lots in this
sl-Q aw -vi wa si.
addition For Sale on . .
This addition Is located b-v -tween
Twentieth and Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearly very lot in It has
upon It a fins walnnt, elm.
' hack berry, or other Urge
tree, aad is already provid
t ed with abundant shade.
These lots are la the very
best part of the city, and
. the most desirable for resi
dence purpose of any lots in
tltacity. Apply to 7
Ca a tZt3 A Lyxl XUoor
'FOR A OIUCK ACTra-NMairo emir
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Moraa Bros. Prarractrai Mm II ; a
Wholesale Grocers, Bock Island
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
'B1CAOO, BOCK ISLAlrD PAOirtO
Pe cheeked at K 1 1 TwetitieU street deot
1 r depot corner Fifth avenue e4
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wast. I Was,
Outiv.r Luatted A Uataaa. .
Ft. Worth, Utavar A JL.C.
t S:f arc
t 4:13 am
OrnahaiDe, Mo nee. .
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4 SO am
t 4:95 am
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7 w .mill a. L".
tRork lalacd A Wasbtegtea.
1 1 etpaa
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Hock I.landAStnart Aeeoa..
It t:se am
"Arrival. tUepartnra. tDally.axesMSanaar.
all taendati. TeiaooJ loat
8inf ar i y. n'rrs a Pullman sleeper will be at
tbedeimt cftM. In si 1.1.1. :, . - . -.1 .
v.ui. V. i wiumaveior uuca-
go at 2:5o a. m. aluoday.
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First svw.ua and Ittxlawaih
trees, sf. J. Yoaos, sgeat.
tt. U, SprineSeht. Peoria,
Bur. Quia via Monmoatli TMaai e j Mom
Cbtrswo. aurllne, Clinton A I
IMiouqee 4 T sm S:4Snea
Feorta, Beardsiown, Bor- 1
Un.m Went .... t tTtSpm'tliraOani
ft. I'anl A Mlnueatmlia.. S.:ta im Mta
fterlhg.t iinton liubnnnrit ai am 8-4 nm
8L I. . Keneaa ity, 1'enverl I
w. .vu, .ia uajuae rg vncTi 4 r&5 ant
Iallr. tPailv except Sunday.
PHICAOO, MILWAUKKK ST. PAUL
..'!yyR,ctl 8"rtbwetni DtTtaioa
-Depot TwenUetk street, betweaa FtnAMd
Second aveaaea. U B, Ureer. Ageat.
TRAINS. Ijava. I aaaiv
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et.rani axprese tMn cm 11 -so in
Freight and Accommodafn. amj s-siiam
Daily except Sonday.
Dock Islakd Peobia Railway
, t5 First Aveaoe aad Twentieth streak
a L. Goff, aiMnu
T HAIKU. Luvs Aaatva
Bamcrn Ex. . -The Trtlby". t to am l6pas
reortsaStLouisMail ix... 8:Uiain :M n
5EIC 1:41pm 11:15 am
Peoria Accom. Freight 7:10 pm !MU
Cab e AccommocaUon S:00am fc:Stl pea
"able Accommodation S :40 am 2:30 pni
Cable Accommodation S:Sftpm l it ass
Passeneer trains leave C. K. I. P. (MoUne
S avenue) depot Ave m minutes earlier than time
vcn. Trains marked daily, all other trains
lily except Sunday.
Pcrunotom, Cad as Rafids
Northern Rsilwiy. depot toot fg Brady
street, Davenport. J as. Mortoa, Uaa. Tkt
Davenport Trains. Lbavb Abbivs
Faseeriear.......4w mTw pa blO: am
Freight b7:no - m t9 45 pa
Weet Llherty Trala. twonb. tSomb.
PseaCUger nT:i0am bl0:ipst
al0:30 pa as:i5Aat
mVa, .... b7:2tma
Fralht bS:0pra bll:4fieaa
Dally, tiikauy except ennaar. tumng north.
ruoing Bonu and east. Mo. is runs bet
uener i capias and West Ubeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Bock Island
Lv Kock Island ,
4 ST am
1 16 am
7 17 am
7 80 am
7 SO am
Twentieth at Depot
Ar Indianapolis .....
f Decatur... ......
Ar Terra Haute ....
11 SO i
S 15 pea
8 06 pm
11 10 am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOCIS.
Train leaving Bock Island st 8:00
a. m. carries throngh coach to St.
Louis, passing throngh Pekin, Hsv
ana, Springfield' and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry throngh
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities. - .
. , Gn. Ticket Agaat.
Jo tan Volk: So Co.
Hannfaotnrers of '
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
I Woodwork for Builders
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