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THE ABGUa MONDAY MARCH 23, X896.
j. .Jtui. r"s"slsi
fcr Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know r3a
Eatemaa I Drop, Godfrey L'onluu, luanjr sualled fc.io thing Syrups, 4
most remedies for children are composts) cf .j inm or morphine f
fAo yin Itnwrr that opium end morphine are sti:;-fj i:: narcotic pt&oasf
T?o Yen Kilo's- that Id matt countries drupi6ts aro xk.1 ponuiUoJ t eJ: n erratic
WHbout lalIms Ihein bmns f
I) Viem Ktiot that you B-J5"U rot pi-nr't any rl!ctu to be siren your chfiJ
artless yt,a or your J !iyl iin know cf what a is cuthikm J
H Von Hir that Cari Is a pure! ntLU preparation, and that a Zst of
R biprcJimU r fuMiaued with every bottle t
T Von Kbbw that Cartorfa 1 &e prescription of th faaioui lr. Snmocl Pitcher.
That it had lew in uw tut nearly thirty years, and that u-jra Caaloria i now aoki tha
M all other remedies for children combined f
Do Tnw Knoxr that tha Patent OClca Depnrtmsut cf the rnhed States, and of
e-br cco-trlca, bae Issried excluMre riht to Dr. TitcV r cr.d his nssfns to use the word
" Cantor! a" and Its formula, and that to imitate them Is a state priaon offense t
To Tun Kniir that one of the reasons for grant me this covemment jirotuclioaxr'S
because C'uitoria had btea provea to be absolutely linrmlts-t
T)o Yen 7r-"f tha S5 average doers of Ci-turia are furnihcd t 5
cants, or one ccct dose f
Pn Yon Ktin Cat when possessed of this per? it prvjraUon, your cLlklrra rov
tw kept well, aod tlit may Late unbroken rest t
Well, them f nlne are vorth fcaowLie;. Thry are facta.
According to the Ideas of Theo
dore C. Search,
CEOK A ECSINISS POIHT OP V1TW.
Children Cry fcr Pitcher's Casta?
lltaUh is th
Snshlnf of Home,
it? If nor. consult
Have you got
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Mimical Instituto Permanently located io Laeoport, Iowa.
li f tl;4
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irnwrly ("incil protiKtror la twwof cVeevo'e
lead'ad rmI'u. eO'tret
La'eot bi''h formerly Bareeon-lo-Cblef o
C O : TJ LTAT IOX
NKUVOrs l;K!Wi ITV KThnnt.vc drains, Bcopussness, throatenet! in
ptr. ni. tiMuy, m nti arlumonf, or mny otUrr cuodltUn due to nervous xtuusMon.
T it v ly riirtit.
t'ArAKUM- IVv-I'fpi'i. Athtu:i. I.hi'iim:itim, Scrofula, Syphilis. Blood.
K r . t,tff .ui Un diHr cat. i,u.cn.ljr anU pirmAurutly cured by our advanced rf-
i-t rr mrt ru.u
A ItiOW I.K l t!:e njft active canto of nervous ufbility. Why treat
tr,i ih ,( ,i hf -.ilit-ii w Eoa:ii.'K yon (t,pmaui'at cure to wven days by our painless
7 ii)ururt it-cur u iii nff or cu jtiu.
WOMKN Suffering from i!ic;i?fs p;culinr to their p?t should consult us
r h 'vi- rut., man jivn up hi-his fci w. niah- ale to cue yon ffnrgical
rpt r'i -ti (r-trrnt i ii jour i.mt tr u ireu. ii:miiiMi ana nrj'u aurt-ry a rpeoaiiy.
I kkim 1 1 , I.- nmi 1 'jimnniaM are Up; 1 he numerous ac-
krnwl tu t r hf rixviv. tl fnm tf nt jri.i:iK.'rp fir ur rfmarkaVc rnres tn bot
m !: ;i hi cnl c:-p i immr ronrluivi tSt iir -.(httnct'tl nu'ti:odf core where all
'Mi. Tn.rt I tl t.,i t tiran th iti r. tiit ton-ti l us at oce and r9La:n
y nr 'o-i hm :h. 1 1 t-tr ! n tik"i -n eirrf Mi-a? lht c-n pc cue'I. Have yoa osiHJti
t.-ai iir ? II n. i.n t ct i rttn.i 'irts-r, t.i r r-n t no at onr. Punhertnore, we
r t.'J""' t Mr j.rovit a mir i-,-nti-iU !.i,p- W ;nakr rat o'jJvCt for you to luVes-
o ONLY t UKA15LK CAsK.S TAKKX o
If Tnu'ir.n it rail, wtiu-. Iluoi'.rd" cured by mill. Hours 9 to U 1 to 5, 7 to 8. Satdsy
OFFICK 121 W. Thir.l St.. McColIough. l'-nililinp, Davenport, Iowa.
Becalar Gold Mine for Code Sam Much
Gained aud Little Given the Other Party
In Return Some I'ignres From the Case
or Cuba President Cleveland Extends
Citil Service ClassiBeation Over the In
dian Bureau Itank Reports.
Washington, March s;3. Letters from
persons interested in the rc-enacttnent of
reciprocity laws continue to be received
by the sub-committee of tho vrays and
means committee on reciprocity and com
mercial treaties. A communication from
the National Association of Manufactur
ers sisned by its president, Theodore C.
ruurch, of Philadelphia, is considered by
the sub-committee one of the most impor
tant that has yet come to hand. Speak
ing for the interests represented by this
association Search says he desires to pro
ent arguments bearing upon tho advan
tages of reciprocity as a general principla
in international trade. "My view of this
matter," he says, "is taken from a purely
business standpoint, without regard to
r.nv Dolttical considerations, for there is
probably no feature of our tariff system,
nast or iircient. that has coma so near as
reciprocity to being a purely business
Regular Rirpnia Counter for Cs.
IIo refers to what ho regards were bene
fits derived from the act of lSffJ, and says
that it requires but a glance at the condi
tions under which tho treaties of commer
cial reciprocity were negotiated to reveal
now much was gained oy tuts country
and how little was given in return. Tho
v::ryins tlfcctsof tho trade with Rrnzil
nndcr tho treaty and after its repeal are
;iteil. '-It U in ur dealings with Cuba,
however," says President Search, that
the benefits of reciprocity havo been most
strikingly t-lmwn. itie;ar, which formed
the largest item in our imports from
Cuba, was pine -d uiin tho free list con
ditiniial upon tho rcmallo treatment
of Amcricr.n products in th-iso countr'u-s
f ruin which suar was imiKirted into the
L nih.-d frtates. Lmler normal trado con
ditions Cul)a wr.uld have looked to the
United States for her supply of bread-
tuffs, etc., buc in order to control tho
trade of her West India colonies Spain
imposed a duly of nearly ii.5'J per barrel
upon Ameri'-:.u flour.
' Increase in Imports aud Exports.
'Under tho reciprocity treaty the duty
on nViur was reduced to tl per &KJ pounds
and larro reductions werj made in tho
duties on other brc.nlstulTs; tho duties oil
fifteen leading commodities were roduced
one-half and alxiut forty items were ad led
to the free list." Under three yours of re
ciprocity, it is stated, our trade with Cuba
readied the highest point over touched,
showing an increase of fs.OoO.OOJ in c.-
lorts 14.000,000 in imports. Upon the
passage of the customs la,v of 1'!II, which
tiiiiilx'ilcd tho abrogation of this treaty,
Sp:iin tmmedi itely retaliated liv uicroas-
iuji the duty on flour to 4.75 per &;.)
pounds, which caused a great falling off
ill our exports of that article.
Matter of Self-Protection.
President Search argtt.'4'that reciprocity
commends itself as a sound and judicious
business principle; that it should bo con
sidered upon a strictly non-partisan basis;
that reciprocity treaties, particularly with
Latin-Amorican countries, aro necessary
as a matter of self -protection, fur treaties
of this character ura being or have been
negotiated between European govern
meats and the South American countries.
"In behalf of tho enormous industrial in
tercsts represented by this association,"
the letter concludes, "1 desira to urgo
with nil possible, emphasis the necessity
for such treaty relations with foreign na
tions as shull eusuro thn utmost possiblo
favor to Americ in products in tha mar
kets of the world."
Thn individual deposits amounted to
SW.C!H. against 4.M),i23 Dec. 13, and
f4T.T13.i64 Sept. 2S. The average reserve
held Feb 33 was 23.63 per cent. The aver
age reserve Dec 13 wa2T.dl percent, and
Sept. a it was 27 94 per cent. Tha
comptroller issued a statement or the con
iitinn of tha seventy-six banks in Wiscon
sin exclusive of Milwaukee. The loans
and discounts aggregated f21.73S.946,
against 21,720,rjU Dec 13, and tho indi
vidual deposits amounted to 21,024,372,
against c.U,t!3,332 Dec. 13.
Dead Baby Sent by Mail,
WaSH:sgTOS. March 23. When the mall
Collected late at night from the street
bcxes was sorted at the postoffico the dead
body of a white babv was found neatly
wrapped in brown paper. If the package
had borne an address aud sulhcient
stamps it would not have attracted at
tention as contraband matter.
LYNCH'S WORK IN TENNESSEE.
Mob of Cnknotrns Tabes Man from Jail
and Hang Him.
Chattanooga. March 23 A mob took"
William Murphy from the Jail at Hunts-
ville. Teun., and strung him to a tree.
The villagers knew nothing of it till the
tody was found hanging from a honey lo
cust trae next, morning. William Mur
phy was in jai; awaiting trial for the
murder of Bill Knowlin, a miner, three
weeks ago at Pioneer. Campbell county.
About thirty mountaineers with hand
kerchiefs over their faces did the lynch-Insr.
The leader wore no disguise, but seemed I
to be a stranger. He knocked at tho
door, awakened Jailer Ellis, representing
that he was a deputy sheriff with a pris
oner ho wanted to lock up. As tho jailer
opened tho door ho was covered with a
large army pistol and tho keyi demanded
Ha refused to surrender tho keys. The
mountaineers drew revolvers on tho
jailer's frightened his wife and daughter,
and they got tho keys nnd gave them to
the mob. Murphy was found praying for
WITH KNIFE AND
Flrrht Probably to the
Over a Woman.
CoLUMIirs, O., March 23. A tragedy
which will result in tho death of two men
occurred yesterday afternoon near Eriee,
a small station about ten miles southeast
of this cttv. Tho participants were Elijah
HutUT, white, and John White, colored.
Tho trouble originated over the former's
wife, with whom Rutter claimed White
was familiar. The men met at a barn on
a farm wIktu White worked, when Rutter
assaulted White with a corn-knife. Tho
latter drew a revolver and fired twice.
both balls taking effect. White was badly
cut. Physicians state that both men aro
MILLION GOES UP IN SMOKE.
Copper Works at Natrona, Pa., Wiped Out
by the Plaints.
PlTTsnt'Ita, March 3 A disastrous fire
in the smelting department of tho Copper
wotks of tha Pennsylvania Salt Manu
facturing company at .Natrona caused a
loss estimated at $I,Oj0,0uU Tho buildings
destroyed covered nearly four acres of
ground. It was omiracle that tho upper
part it the town and lower works were
saved. As it was the costly machinery
and mechanical appliances were destroy
cd, sixteen furnaces and fifty tanks aro
ruined, the buildings aro gutted and will
have to be rebuilt. A numlK-r of loaded
freight cars standing on a siding adjoin
ing tho works were consumed.
Alexander McD maid, fire boss and
Willie Davis, a 13-year-old tr.ipner boy,
were killed in a lire damp explosion in
the Ohio and Pennsylvania Sweet Cako
coal mine near West New Xcwton, Pa.
Omaha oppunents of keeping boys and
girls off tho streets after p. m. aro try
ing to discredit the reform by securing
tha passage of a curfew ordinance for
The annual convention of the Amal
gamated Association of Iron and Steel
Workers of the United States and Canada
will begin May 19 at Detroit.
Hennepin county. Minnesota, elected
McKinley delegates to the state conven
tion. Benjamin II. Millikcn lias been ac
quitted at Washington of entering the
bedroom of a young lady last July for
purposes of rape. The jury concluded
that he was drunk and irresponsible.
A woman's head was taken to a Colum
bus, O., articulator to be prepared for use
as part of a skeleton. It was suspected
that it was Pearl Bryan's head and so
telegraphed all over tho country. It was
later declared authoritatively to be the
head of a subject at a Culumbus medical
Thirty-five hundred pnoplo were disap
pointed at Xew York when tho police re
fused to permit Choynski nnd .McCoy to
box for fear somebody a nose might bleed.
The South Kansas Methodist Episcopal
conference has voted unanimously to ad
mit women to the general Methodist Epis
John Hart man, at Omaha, murdered
his wifa and then committed suicide. I
Cause, poverty. j
Tho alleged shortage in tho accounts of i
Fred H. Ball as secretary of the Ball-'.
ujiuiiuii-i miiiiMi uuicsmo VI roc-ry
company. Grand Rapids, Mich., proves
upon further investigation to bo merely
a case of overdrawn salary, and that at
the timo tho overdrafts wero mado they
were known to the management and well
The First National bank of Mitchell, S.
D., which has been in the hands of the
national bank examiner for a month, has
cp.-ned its doors for business again.
A huge Bismarck monument, the cost
of which was defrayed by public subscrip
tion, is being erectud on the shore of Starn
bigar lake, Bavaria.
Tho big battleship Massachusetts has
had hor preliminary, or builder's trial,
making a speed of 15.0 knots an hour. Her
contract calls for tho only 15 knots.
Emperor William has purchased tho
three handsome wrought iron gates which
formed the portals of tho German section
of tho World's fair. The price paid was
et 000 marks.
Commander Eva Booth, of the Salva
tion Army, has arrived at Chicago, where
tho Ballington secessionists are said to be
very strong, although not yet in open rebellion.
William O. Judge, president of the
Theosophists in tho United States, suo
cessor to Madnmo Blavatsky, died Satur
day at Xew York of consumption that h6
had been lighting for years. It is said
that there 400,0'JU Theosophists in this
Charles Soltan has been arrested al
New York charged with stealing goods
from the United States appraiser s stores.
Stolen goods wero found in his homo.
Others arc involved.
Ives nnd Gamier (French expert), bil
liard plavers, have arrived at New York
from Frauce and will give a scries of
tournaments in this country.
m ii- vu a aiw-irsiwi p:- iki the. irw-r-s
CAKES Sytir,,. I 'tiPE&"r -SUM PASTE
FOR GENERAL Yi FOR A QUICK ArTCR DINMSRSffiKT
BLACKING APPLIED AKD APPLIED AND POUSKEOWrrH AeiXTif
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH Mors Bros. Props.Caoton.Mass,USA.
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Grocers, Bock Island
HE WAS SUCH A "&WEET THING'"
of crticl sorevry, or imx-ti,Unjr oV.ilh.ha-! " 5
in thousands of itistauccs beta uisinilcJ 5
like this ouc's. L
A pop.! dort er rwonc-l By tnmr. I could ? f
do nailiini' but hi.-hl wotk. , 1
Tl., m of on, rackg epli M T'iM Olis Uld
JULIA COLS, Bottick, IU. (
THE TRAVELERS' GCIDri
l:llAy Tiehets ean he pare hased or tm.--
fee check, d t K 1 A tr Twtfiillb street .l-iH
t . n i r a-pen corptr r:na avenue ajd
fJlrty Bret f iff, tKrntik U. rinutmcr, Ai.eat.
displacements, inflnmmations. irrcptar- f 5
itun, etc., so common and nsnalW so h:.r1 i
to care, arc relieved at once by. ViWir
Olive to nm.lv ltcallv nnd Mvrtlc Tonic f !
W to liniul tip etrcngtu nna energy iTice
W $1 each.
i xcmiHiHn arc plenty, urjt none wu. core
tbe sertons case that la;9e physician.
an these do. Tncrl thoroughly lor h ttoen
years in all parts of thecontineht. Wheth
ijer jtiiKhtly or M.THr.siy atHictctl. do not
5dclav. Tumors, cancers and infinity.
r jAlUrl-iJ v.tlnnblc treatise, that
Stills how to reeojri.ijfv ami treat nil fe
male diseases, can le h.-il di
rect oroiotirufcnt8 "COC"p
Mes. M. J. Sakgknt, Atrcnt,
113 Thirty-seventh St.. Tweifib svo. Kock Ieln!
nBATXKa AKD VIST! LATINO X90IKKE&4.
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Bill iJiL I
V Jl XT
Sf Von Want a
Warm all over.
Warm all the time.
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MOLINE
SCOOl'EU IN IIY TUG REFOKM.
Civil 8ertlre Rules Kxteoded to the
Whole lutliuu AdmiiiKtratioiu
Washington, March 23. The president
has issued a comprc hensive order extend
ing tho civil service to practically tho en
tiro Indian service save thoso ollio-s above
nnd including that of agents, to which
appointments aro mado by tho president,
aud the few minor positions of a laboring
character, like cooks and washerwomen.
Indians who show their fitness hereafter
are to Iw allowed appointment to any of
these positions, though they can not se
cure transfer to a position in the classi
fied service outsido tho Indian work.
The order is as follows:
"In the exercise of tho power vested In
the president by the third paragraph of
section 6 of the act entitled 'An Act to
Regulate and Improve the Civil Servico
of the United States,' npproved Jan. 11,
1S5, I hereby direct the secretary or tho
interior to amend tho classification of the
interior department so as to include
among the positions classified f hereunder
and subject to competitive examination,
clerk, assistant clerk, issu? clerk, prop
erty clerk, storekeeper, - and all other
clerical positions at Indian agenries and
Indian schools; likewise to amend tho
classitleation of the Indian service so as
to include among the positions classified
thereunder supervisor of Indian schools,
Uuy school inspector, disciplinarian, in
dustrial teacher, teacher of industries.
kindergarten teacher, fanner, nurse, as
sistant matron and seamstress.
"But Indians shall be eligible for ap
pointment to any of said positions on
such test of fitness as may be required by
the secretary of the interior, and without
examination or certification by tho civil
service commission, but they shall not be
transferred from said positions to tho de
"Approved March 0, 1S96.
Br ' neeli a r'f3l. a, or -hie, rerolalir.t; tnedletae. Oalr tisrmlssa tMt
ui i-ut:.;cxi-ri&i4 ue uou. u j a me msi, get
ti Dr- Pea-'s Psanroyal Pills
V. s ThT am tvrrrapt. it 4 certain In rrn'X. Tb? rctiIrr (Dr. FvalV eervr'llaa
AaTbSS A AAA AAUkUS WW VMTMUa, IA,
Dwii.t, b"iij saic, ii.tii.
Vr saie at Harpor Hons Pharmacy. Rook laltnd.llJ.
1. F, Boniuv.
Piunibefs, Steam and Gas Fitters.
siwtiM Umssaw bi&ilMj tflftmbif - ' - 1609Third ATraue
Fire La tbe Census Office.
Washington, March 23 Fire broke out
yesterday on the nrst tloorot Alannis hall.
which is occupied by tho United States
census bureau. All the records of the
census office were either soaked with
water or ruined by fire. Census office of
ficials said that a great many of the pa
pers that had been burned could be easily
Illinois mud Wiseonsia National Banks.
Washington, March 23. The comptrol
ler of (be currency has issned a statement
ol the coudition of the lad national banks
in Illinois exclusive of Chicago at the
close of businese Feb. 8. The loans and
discounts aggregated $48,007,529, against
siting BseV art iUI
That Lole Fuller Could Not Refrain From
New Yokk, March 23. Miss Loie Fnller
closed her engagement at Koster & Biul's
in a blazo of lime light and cnthushumi.
Karly in the evening she was invited into
Mr. Dial's ofiL-e, where in tho presence of
a few friends she was presented by tho
manager with a big silver loving cup, in
scribed, "To La Loie, tho Marvelous."
Miss Fuller's reply was short and effect
ive. "Oh, you sweet thing," she cried,
and then slu throw her arm around Ms.
Dial's neck and kissed him fairly and
squarely on tho mouth.
Stopped to Remonstrate and Died.
Ellicott City, Md., March 23. Two
men were killed and three slightly injured
by an explosion of dynamite which shook
the earth and was heard for miles around.
Tho dead tire: John Clagsett, former
tax collector, of Howard county; Lee Will
iams, colored laborer, of Charlestown, W.
Va. The injured arc: Phillip Morning
star, Josiah Jones and Charles Ditzul, all
of this place, and all suffering from the
shock of the explosion. .Nono of them is
seriously hun. It was n case of thawing
dynamite at a urn. Claggett had just
stopped to remonstrate against the care
lessness when the explosion took place.
Watch Factory to Close.
WALTHAM, Mass., March i 3 Immedi
ately following the settlement of tho
strike in tho American Watch company's
factory, announced Friday, comes notice
from tho management that tho factory
will bo closed until further notice. This
created considerable excitement, but it is
thought it will cause no particular dis
turbanee. Manager Fitch says that this
step has been taken in order to secure a
more cquitablo division of the work, some
departments being able go to faster thun
Same Old Story from Cab a.
Chicago, March 23. Dispatches from
Havana contain the usual grist of "ofli
cial defeats of the Cuban rebels with
from one to a score of casualties, the
heaviest always on tho side of the insur
gents. These reports, however, are varied
by a repetition of the claim, made iu
dispatch via Tampa, Fla., that the recent
light in i'luar del Kio was a bloody defeat
lor tue bpanisn instead of victory.
Fatal Fire in New York.
New oi:k, March 23. Five colored
persons were burned early Saturday morn
ing in a flro caused by the explosion of
lamp at Kit West Twenty-sixth street.
One of tht five, Mrs. Lucy Wilkins, was
so badly burned about the face, neck and
hands that she died several hours later at
the New York hospital. The others are
suffering trom burned hands and arms.
They Had Bl.iws Oat tbe Gas.
Makqiette, Mich., March 23 William
Hunt and David McKelver were found
dead in their room in the Bay View
House. They wcrj woodsmen and had
blown out the g.is.
reaches Seem ta lie Lexariea.
New York, March 23. Hothouse
peaches are now on sale for the reason bl)
sum ol fL2 apiece, orfiaadoseo.
She Reverses the I'sual Frogainme.
COATESVILLE, Pa., March 23. Bertha
McConncll, aged 2), of this city, shot
Harry Thompson at a hotel in Lancaster.
After tho shooting she returned to her
home in this city and shot herself. The
double crime Is alleged to havo been the
result of Thompson having deceived and
betrayed tho young woman. Both Miss
McConnell and her victim will probably
Rev. Droves Returns to Ills Pulpit.
San Francisco, March 23. For th4
first time sinco the exposure of tho David
son-Overman scandal Key. C. O. Brown
occupied his pulpit in the First Congre
gational church yesterday, i lie builtling
was thronged with curious people, many
of them strangers. Dr. Drown did not
refer directly to his receut trials, and
after the service manv people crowded
forward to shake his hand.
Flooded by Illazing Coal OIL
PlTTsniiUG, March 23 At nn early hout
in the morning fire in the Atlantic refinery
caused a loss of $10o,0li0. The fire started
from some unknown cause in the ware
house aud beforo it could bo checked had
enveloped the warehouse and spread to
tho tanks. The burning oil rusneu uown
from the tanks and spread in streams of
Uro over the properties.
The Local Markets.
Kav TuaothT. f!9: upland. Or.2: wiM,
foots; slough, STttH; baled. 8te13.5ii; millet.
Butter Fair to choice, 16c318e; fresh cream
fettle Bute! ers nav for corn fed steers
Vca3c;cos and heifers, BKcCSitc; calves,
bprlng lamb 4e S possd.
Cos! Soft, inc.
When Baby was stek, we cave nor i
tfaea she was a Child, she cried for Cesscftsv
Thea she became Visa, she duns; to CMtorkk
sne bad CLildran,she cavetuesa i
Children Cry for
UfUFIT I' ictererted in the Graia Mirktts
ii n la i
S. A. EISSL-W & CO.
Car. Iacxssi ui Sksrsua tts.,
Wit L KKEP
BT XA1Z. on
ran or alx,
Careful and 9tral attention and ab9We
crecy pUuged ia aU tiurrujoiutau amdlrmuae-
Mrtnbe'sof tbe Chxazo Board
or i rsce lor twenty years.
HIOHX8TI BANK REr&BENCEB.
VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'N,
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euneay vrn l a I'lilluiiin sieeper will be 4
the d- pot i Iter l.i::ju. h:ca will leave for Chica
go M a. ni. Monrtsv.
BUBUN.,To! HfVTK-C.. B. tj H Al!-la-pot
Firrt STtnue atd 6lxtvi,Ui
otne!. W.J -oure. attest.
tu L,., Sjirinea.-lit. Peorln.l
Uur. ii-na via Mnmoulh 7;O0 aai t:pa
Cbin;B-o. .iei-:iit, t!iiui n A' !
Iiuhuqos t 7 .a sia t 8 tl-pm
Peor:n, lt,-srilil,iwu, liur 1 t
lincton West t : pa til m
PU l'sul & Mttireaimlie.. 6 pel 7.SII art
St,?,lii t'liiiton linhnqae t:U in t 8:15 pra
St. L. Kmi'ti, 'ity, Penver1 -
t I'ac Court vli'uiiK-sb'rg t rA pia S:B5 am
:ilur. tKaiiy except tunt.iy.
fUICAQO, slILWACKKK S ST. FAtt.
lfallway Hacme entbwvsterc Wvislon
Di-jK Twent'eth street, beiween
ber.a avenaes, U. li. Hreer. Agnnt.
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred WoMan, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1607 SECOND AVTS1NG3
PURITY 1XD EXCELLENCE
IS TUE MOTTO AT
fbll art Hxrress
Freight and Arcommxiat'n.
1 Lsavb I AKKIVB
1:sn s?r. :30m
t:'l pm 11 :im
T:eu sm -xam
Daily except bonday.
Dock Island Pkokia Uailwat
DeTiot Flrt A TflnnM uid hrl,:ri.th
B. L. GoS, arcoi.
Eanere Ex. "The Ttilnv".
"c-orir. A fcl Louis Mail ka..
Heor:a Arcom. Fni-ht
a 'a i--n
2 : J m
Past nicer tmias 'tsve c. K. I. A P. ( Ur,lli
Avcnne) depot tve M minutes eajli, r than timo
iivi:ii. Trains marlcfd oaiiy, aU other tralLia
uaily cxCLj t aI.day.
Ulri.isotos, Cedab Uapips
Norbern Watlwa do: 'it f.jot of Hiai
direct, liavonporv Jm Iforioii. Ooa Ts't m
Weei l-lfrtj- 7'r-
Lri A inm
i :5 po:h;U:3S ara
I.TitjO liij bl em
a!0:30 pm a:ir.am
' l7 ri-S n
bS-40 pra ibll:V am
a rtaitv. busiir ezreiic satin,?,
fGnlns: smith ai-d enit No. 4 runs
t'e-iAr 'tpldsand Went I..rit)-.
k re w
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Jmixirter sod wholesale Oesler.
Yean of experience and the
beet of lacii.tus.
So's 161C-1618 Third Ave. Pwnisr.
TUIIISH Hi EOOMS
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric;, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
riath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
Fcr Ladle From 9 a. m. to
12 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 3 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays th-9
rooms will bj open from 7 a. ra.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time) daring business hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bev'J
M. M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance. Loans
AND HOUSES TO EENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Bock Island
Have rr hard an inta in Scinth Rvk To'Snd m
essyterKS; Just oniside tbe city Uavot; tsA
wal'r ; low taint, snd cbeap issu.-anee. Ten Imi
on ThiftT-elk-hth iut end Fifteen' h eeentie
ADTUBbcTof lsc of property la tb city for
Perrr ftreet depot
Lv Hoc Island........
t: K I A i- DeDot
Lv Hoc IHsnd
TncQMeU) st Detot
Ar Hloomibpton. ..
Ar Dartoa.. ...........
Ar JarkonTliie...... .
Ar Rt Ixraia. -..........
ArTerre H 111 to
4 25 UK
S 50 pro
8 15 pm
7 10 ami
BOO am j
11 9a am
1 17 pm
to 20 us
9 VI pm'l? Vi am
10 M aia
II 11 S1.1
I In pm
S It pr;
7 j "TO
1 a pa
! 7 I " am
7 3" aia
S 13 am
1 "1 -n
u 'm ani
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOl IS.
Lines east tf Peoria carry through
coaches and slepin cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Jolin Vollt Sc Co.
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
. , r, And all kinds of
' "r Woodwork tor Builders
JCGiZilt fteorioc VsJnaoDSAtcs;
Uat lUAsi. tst tiA sad Iva ass