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Tim APOUa THUBSDAY. MAHCH 26,' 1G9S5.
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know that Pancorio.
Batemaa'a Drops, Godfreys Cordial, many so-called Sootbinj Sympe. aad
i most ivmedies for children ara composed of or'um or morphine
P Tea Knw that oplnmand morchlna ar. stuuef i lag narr-otu- r.--t
i TJoTow. ITjwtliatlamoatooantrlMaiiilajii.K ,-t. lln:nm
artthoat abeling- them poisons f
; Pa Tom Knew that you ehoold Dot perm.'t any medietas to ba (tvee year ehM
waless yon or yoor phyrJciaa know of what it ia composed r
Do Toa Know that Caatorla la a purely vegetable ppwiM, ts,t t Bgt n
tta bcredieDU Ir published with every bottle I
Do Tom Kiw thai Caaona is the nrr-Mrl, . .. tw nttpor
That It haabaea m use for aearty thirty yearn, and that mora Caatoria ia aow aoU thas
Tan other remedies for children eombiaed I
PtTwKnw that the Patent Offlea Department of the rutted States, and of
ether countries, bare issued exclusive right to Dr. Pttcherandkla asalcna to oaa the itord
CaaterU " and ha formula, aad that to Imitate them is a state prison dense r
I4Yonijrmow that one of the reasons for rrantinr this rmrnnient protection wa
because CattorU had been proren to ba absolutely havrmlwss?
Po Tow Kmnw that 35 Tama; doers of Castoria ara fomiabed for 35
stata, or one cent a dose f
P Tow K no, -that whan tin I of ?M. r-rf rp-"' y- -"-' -r
be kept well, and that ya may hat unbroken rest t
Won, the Tatars are worth haowm. They are facta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Health is the Sunshiny of
it? If not.
Drs.Walsh& Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Perm
DU. T. M. WALSH.
friTTrirT'-r rHntrat Tins ii a I T r m i - I
Im4"j.( bvdlcal coikfe. I m
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CONSU LTATIO NT FJEE.
NERVOUS DEnil.ITVF,.n.M. A,..;-. . , . .
. ......... u MiiMu., DiT -jhb ii-b?, luru&ienea in
t:trV7TarITO'mc,Iaeln'0,"n,oth"reon1'Ucn du" 10 nervous exhaustion.
CATAUK1I Dvsncpsia. Asthma. Pk.nm.llim c..rni. c i.;ir- m. .
I - u
lea 7"t I t,k'a 11,'M" U ,a,ck"
VARICOCELE I. the rnn.t ...Ms-.
- - -
- -r I'- ' men ot A rilUUiU VOaSUlb UB.
Zl? ? 1 r IT1. mu n V r P0 "P " oocUi. and w may b v. Irt cure too Snrtic&l
Oncrntlna Dcr formed t four hnma if H.IM,I alwtA.ir,.i -i.i i . - ,c,'irKCi
OUK CRKI1KNTIALS and Tm-i;u
i inm. nc mwpsptn i onr remarkable cares in both
2i.l?J?. "ri''.P'nof conclarive that our -dv.nced metLods core where ail
oihw at . Thnforc,d.iM.iwrtet1iae(ih others, bnt roo-u.t us at O'ce and iSra'ii
fa" TJ ..b T1h"".' ' ,n 'xrry hl u c be cid. H.veyoa iS
f.rr !..) lo i aa. proTir onr rredcnltal. rl. We mitko It an object for jon to toVes
tate our, ho uihur Dcct.it i.rr.. .. i. . f.i. . J "
C ONLY ITI'RAItl.C
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ornCE 121 W. Third St.. McCulloagh. BuiMing. Davenport. Iowa.
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Sea-. PUIl. Ovsina cr
fiiaaui In weeaa. a
t aa' t Harper Uoqm Pbartnacy.
Fibbers. Steam and Gas Fitters.
Home Ueauac aad Sanitary Plumbing
Home. Have you got
alien tlj located in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. J K. WALSH.
tesco, former. BargMm-Ut-Chtof o
- noui, uiiuiuia, OTPUUII, B1O0U.
""l P"MHf " oar advanced sy
n Ji .
v uvi ,vu3 ucuiniy . Tv dt treat
. .Tl uT"
a. va a, at aA t
lionrs 9 lo 12, S to 5, 7 to 8. 8arday-
BfYou 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.
Officoa Is BOCK ISLAND and MOLINE
fn Kftviai nvNliT. Loai f 9exml fjmtr na Hrhcf
ke4 awl full 'ffc. qvkfelT InMH. If ar;Wte, aa
teu ratuft a care . fc&a4 tb aMacr. asJi -is '
- . .
Federation of Labor Indorses the
FBOIOSE? CO-OPEEATIOH AJTD HELP
Adaueed Why the Move Btaewld
Be X ad. aad Adrantaires Claimed if It
Shall Be a, Sacesss Call for More
Iworewch OiaraakaUoa of WorkbKnea
to Meet the Inevitable Oppoaltioa Full
Text of the Committee's Report.
Isdiasapolis, March 2a The exeea.
tire council of the American Federation
of Labor adjourned yesterday afternoon.
It was gyea out that the headquarters
will be moved at tho close of the the pres
ent year to some other city, probably Chi
cago. The committee report on tho eight-
hour question was unanimously adopted
and gircn out as the sentiment of the
council. It favors a movement for an
eight hour day.
The report is as follows: "At this hour,
when myriads of workers are seeking em
ploy men t and In their despair numbers of
them are captivated by the seductive
theories and glittering promises of secur
ing state help, we, the American Federa
tion of Labor, reaffirm the necessity of
concentrating all the forcesf the prac
tical labor movement in the voluntary
and collective efforts of tho trades unions,
backed by a sympathetic public opinion.
l:l(ht-Ilour Day the Remedy.
"Tho general and constant introduction
of machinery, the minute subdivisions of
labor, the Irregularity of employment, tho
continually recurring periods of indus
trial stagnation and financial panics, the
hop.-Iess wail of the unemployed, all de
mand equalization of the opportunities
that will come from tho general adoption
of tho cight-hoMT day. All other lines and
economic theories within our ranks should
be subordinated to tho great task of giving
work to tho unemployed and of bettering
thn wages anl conditions of all who toil,
There is nu movement of mora value to
the working people than that which will
lighten the bur Jons of thoso who aro over
worked and underpaid and which will
give employment to those who wander our
byways and highways, searching in vain
Ur a better chance to live.
More Thorooch Organisation Needed.
"The r.-aliz ttion of the eight-hour day to
them means better food and raiment,
happier huni-js, better citizens, a nobler
lnauheol ami a higher civilization. As
we approach th:s qu-.ttinn wo realize fully
tno maznituue of tho interested and sel
fish forces nrmyed against us, the indiffer
ence of tin working people themselves,
t leir ohl-timo prejudices and the many
dissensions which divide them. Alorc
tniin nil, we rjcogniza the need for a more
thorough and complete organization of
every craft nnd occupation on trade union
lines befura wo can undertake a general
or simultaneous stand for tho vlsht-hout
d:ir. This severe industrial crUis from
which wo aro now t-m'-Tgina;. however.
should ba a helpful lesson to lead tho in
dustrial classos into compact organlza
tions which, when oncj attained, will
bring still greater achievements for the
MOVE Ton SHORT HOCRS INDORSED.
Honeahoers aad CnrMnters Assured ol
Co-operation and AsalKtaure.
"We heartily upprovo tho shorter work
dnv asked for by the Journeymen Horse
shocrs' National union, and tender It and
the United Brotherhood of Carpenters
our active co-operation and united assist
ance in their present efforts tj reduce the
hours of toil Wo congratulato them that
they are in a position to undertake this
movement without our financial aid. To
insure continued nnd successful efforts by
tho working people in this direction, the
president and secretary of tho American
Federation of L-itrar arc hereby directed
to Issue an address to tho wage-workers
of tho eountr, urging them to join the
trades union movement with a view oi
securing all possible advantages resulting
from organization, and especially to put
into operation tho eighf-hour work day as
soon as business will justify such action
without injury to tho public.
"That tho aforesaid officers notify the
oxocuttvo heads ot all unions affiliated
with tho American Federation of Labor ci
such action, and seek their co-operation
nnd assistance, and request them to corre
spond with employers to tho end of secur
ing an expression of opinion on the volun
tary concession of tho eight-hour work
day, and that all unions whose member
now work more than eight hours a day be
requested to select committees to wait
upon the employers with the same object
"Further, that the press, pulpit, 'public
speakers and reformers generally, be
urged to make tho need for the eight-hour
work day a the mo of concerted and per
sistent discussion. We hail the decision
of the Bricklayers' and Stonemasons' In
ternational union to adopt the cight-hout
work day in their trade as a hon.-ful Iirn
of the irresistible movement lor the es
tablishment of tjie ciglit-liuur work diy."
Death of Gen. Cosey.
Washington-, March 2(5. The sudden
death of Brigadier General T. L. Casey,
retired, who dropped dead in the con
gressional library building yesterday
nucrnoon, removes a man Irom public
life whoso namo is known all over the
cjuntry. Notwithstanding his retirement
ho had been spociilly designated by con
gross to superintend the construction ol
tho library building. lie was born in
1SH1 and entered West Point in 1818,
served through tho war of tho rebellion
and since thoa has been engineer of all
the national buildings constructed here,
besides of the national monument.
Fishermen Reach Land Safely.
BayCITT. Micb., March 28 Ttrentr.
four tishermcn who Were carried out on
ths ice in Saginaw biy Tuesday afternoon
reached sh alely yesterday afternoon
as Big Crev eight miles east of this city.
lbey report having bad a thrilling ex
Better Wages tor lake Sailers.
Citrtusn ijiri-h Tim l.t. r...
rier' association has decide to increase
wains 12' ner cent, over thn rami (i th
of April, ISJj. This practically embraces
ail inc snipping on tne grear. laKes.
Sis Baadred Men Oat of Work.
LorisviLLE, March 2rt. Ahrens & Ott,
extensive iron and brass manufacturers.
shut down for an indefinite period yester
day because of dull trade. The firm em
ploys about 000 men.
The high school building at BushneU
Ills., was burned. Loss, fcij.OOO.
C F. Biz. an embezzling employe of
tne btnger fee win ir Machine company, at
Chicago, was found guilty and sentenced
to two years in the penitentiary.
Twenty colonies of Dnnkards from six
states, numbering 1,500 persons, passed
through Chicago on their way to new
homes in North Dakota.
Leon and H. Blum, wholesale dry goods
of Galveston, Tex., have failed. Liabili
ties are estimated at !,0X,0J3 and assets
Obituary: At Chihuahua, Alex., James
G. Flint, of Milwaukee. At EvansvUle,
Wis., Daniel Johnson, 75. At Gettys
burg, Pa., Colonel C. H. Buehler, ?L At
Madison, Wis., E. M. Williamson, 94. At
Pycamor, - Iils.. Charles Patch, 40. At
Xiles, Mich., Mrs. Daniel Flynn. At
Tcrre Haute, Ind., Thomas Jackson, 83.
The governor of Arkansas has been
asked to extradite Grant Heath, alias
Frank Miller, wanted at Charleston, Ills.,
for robbing freight cars.
J. F. Seiberling & Co., proprietors of
the Empire Mower and Reaper works, of
Akron, O., have made an assignment.
The liabilities will nmont ?25J,000, while
the assets ara estimated at something
Governor Altgeld, of Illinois, has re
stored the rights cf citizenship to George
Tucker, of Decatur; James It. Wyatt, of
Cuba, and Shady Wilmoth, of Lincoln.
John M. Doty, of Chicarn, was drowned
in the Mississippi river, near Savanna,
Ills., whilo hunting in a small boat.
Promoter Wins, cf Springfield, Ills.,
is ou trial at Paris, France. Wing ar
rived in Franco early in 18U3, hoping to
raise money on bonds of the Rock Island,
Peoria and St. Louis railway. After sell
ing several block of stock ho was arrested
on tho chargo of fraud. Ho will bo ac
quitted. Tho Ohio house of representatives has
passed the Fosdick bill to compel women
to remove their bats in theaters and other
places of amusement.
The liabilities of P. H. Kellcy, who re
cently nssig'ned nt St. Paul, aro placed at
(708,837 and tho assets at tU44,2Ua.
The jury in a divorce case at Brookings,
S. D., is composed of six men and six
Associato Justice A- W. Newman, of
the Wisconsin supremo court, has been
stricken with aphasia, or paralysis of the
Tho Venezuela press Is urging congress
to recognize the Cubans as belligerents,
declaring it to be the duty of ivory Latin
American republic to nid thr brothers
who nro lighting for liberty. It is stated
that President Crespo will be governed by
President Cleveland's course.
Russia is giving her support to the
French agent ot Cairo. The Novosti says
the Dongola expedition is England's reply
to tho Tureo-ltussian alliance
Sit nation Perrons In the Transvaal.
London, March 25. A Pretoria dispatch
to The Timr-s says it is rumored there that
tho situation is serious. This dispatch
also says: "President Kr tiger will not. go
to England. Chamberlain has requested
an immediate reply to his former note of
invitation, and President Kruger has
asked for an extension of time for an an
swer. Boer feeling is running high
against the reform leaders, whoso posi
tion will bo critical in the event of further
Can Meacnre the X Ray.
PlTTsntUG, March & Professor It A.
Fessenden, of tho Western university,
who has been working in conjunction
with frotessor James Kceler in making
development with X ruys, has invented
a meter whereby they can to measured,
Tho invention will assist greatly in study.
lug tne cnect ot tne new disc-vjry.
The Weather That Sometimes Comes,
Was-iikqios. March ill Ths folio .v a: ars
the weather nd cat oai for twenty four hours
frTa s p. m. vesterda.-: For Indiana and
Iilin-jis Clondy and threatenins. possibly
with li?ht show-era; coldi-r in control and
northern portion; northwesterly, shifting tu
liortheast.-rly windi. For Lower Mk-higiin
Kiin. turnint; into snow; colder: nigh winds
hhiftins to northwesterly. For Uppur Mieiii
Ki'n I'learin. culler weather; brisk north
westerly winds. For Wisconsin Fnir weath
er, possibly preceled hr lieht snow: coklnr-
brisi northwesterly winds. For Iowa Gen
erally fair weather, possibly preceded bv s'iuw.
era in southeastern portion; colder; northerly
New York Financial.
New Yoiik V-irrti 2
Money on call was easy S'i por c.-nt.-,
prima mi-reannue papor 80)1 par cent;
sterling exchange firm. wHh actual busi
ness in bank-rs' bills at 4S8 (a W,i for
demand and 4-7is7;i for sixty days; posted
raw:, , Jim ani J M u.i: commercial
Silver certificates. 63'4'?H); 113 sales; bar
silver. 6:?g; M -xicin dollari. ol'j.
Cnitii States government banji stoaiy;
wew 4"s regi-storei. Uts: do. conpons.
I'.ei: ST rej-lsterei. lirii; jjcoapDoi 113';
"s regsterod, 1J(!4; 4 s conpons. lUJi: S's
fSistered. i; Pa?l J3 6'i of '.", Ui
Chiogo Grain and Produce.
C'hicaoo. March 2.x
Tlse f illowlni wora thj m .t.itumi on the
Hoard .r Tra-io to.lay: Wheat Marco,
op?ne 1 ji. closcl HI !.,-;; Miy. op3aed ."4e,
closad Rlj; ju;y. opnel close .1 KiSe.
Corn March, nominal, clojal 2Jie; Hay,
opened ai'Sa. clnsel 29' July. opjnel
a-i'sJ. closed a!,3 Oats March, nam
nal. cloned W'ic: n3r, oK-ned Wc. closed
Wi.: Ja y. opened lJ.frt. ctasoi 19's. Porlt
March opem-d 8.5i. closet s.7J; Mar,
cp.-n.-d 3 70. closed 8.Si ' Larlt March
oiened tiOJii. cloiel liOj; May. openel
S5.15 closed i 17' i
Froduoe: Batter Extra creamery. !tn
per lb; extrt dsiry, lc: piciia stoci. W l&
Esss Fresh st-jci. ' i'a U; p-r d ;a Drsed
Praltry Uprinj chick -as. 99IJ3 per lb:
old hens. 8',?J;; roosters. os tnrkva. IS
(9l4'--c: duetts. ltrUfc; geaie.Tljc. Potatoes
Bar hanks. I85W; par baih-1. eiweat Pota
toesFair toe a 11c j ti0)(:7i par boL Ap
!!" .-air t cIihm. iJJl.rj p?r bul.
H-mey White eiorer. 1-lb sections, fancy. 1")
lac par lu.: broken comb. Sl: extract !
Sale Cranberries Coos Col. S7.5utts.aJ
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. March 2a.
L'.ve Stocx Prieas at tht Caioa ftock
lards today ran; el as foltuws: H cs sti
nutel receipts for th- da7. 33 0; sal-u
ran-i.at HUjralU p.z4. r.(8jnl.lj lisht.
UTuxl-w roaijh psckm;. i7j.t;ii mixed
and heavy paskia; aad abippinz
Ca tie Estimatel recast i f-ir fat day.
I71MJ; qntitations raazad t 4.jrl.4i choice
to extra sh:pp-.nz stoera, ti.7jfI.Jj pooi Ui
cnotoe do., :i.jO-g,isu ftf t, Buoj jj.a-J.7il
common W mediant da, 43.a$17i batchers
stoer. rl9JZLi stocters. UIiij! J feeders.
(Ljur;.5. cows, '.Ul.Tj heifers. IZUJibj
tails. f2j93 at Texas steers, anl KUMelS
Kheap and Lambs Estimate! rereipts for
the day. 17,JJj; sales ran?.-! as iji.wj
westerns. Ai.lj19l.3i Texas, ti.5Js4.0il aativaa
cd W 2j4.7U lambs.
Death Follows the Surgeon's Knife
Jiot the Surgeon's Fault, of
C urs; He Can't Help
. it Ton Can.
Pyramid PUe Cure Caret Piles Quick
l j, Painlessly. Without Danger.
People go along for yonrs suffering
with piles. Then trv this and that
and that and the other thing; from
carrying a DUCKCje to getting a
treatment from a nhvaieian. TKa
obtain temporary relief, maybe, but
wMjjr are never quite enrea. A little
strain in lifting, excessive fatigue, a
little COIlStiDstion or a diarrhnna. and
the piles come back.
xney aon't seem to amount to
much, but thev banish slprn nrl
appetite. Ko position is comforta-
"" aucre ia intense local pain ana
that dreadful feeling of weight in the
Maybe in the early stages some of
the many salves on sale will afford
temporary relief. Tf th MGA la rf
long standing there is only one
apecuy ana sure remeay. it te Pyra
mid Pile Cure. Even 'in lio-hr Macs
it is the safest thing to use. Other
applications may cure and may not.
Pyramid Cure is always certain,
always reliable, always brings com
fort at once. Its prompt nse oaves
months of severe suffering. In ex
treme Cases it Will save Hiiro-Wl
eratiens and their attendant dangers
anu aiseomiorts. it is better than a
knife. Will cure easier, quicker and
safer. Thousands have osed it.
Thousands have been curml hv it.
The cost is trilling compared with
what it does. The price is 50 cents.
Most anybody would gladly pay 10
to wim ui piles.
Drnp-o-istS sell Pyramid Pi I a Pnrn.
If yours hasn't it he will get it for you
from the Pyramid Drug company, of
Albion, Mich, (sole manufacturers.)
Notice Is hereby given that Taesdsy, the 7th
dsy of April. A. D.. less, in the city of Rock Isl
and, 111., an election wi.l be held for the following
One a'dermsn ia tbe FlHt ward for two years.
One a:ck rman in the feconc ward for twa years.
One alderman in tne Third ward for two years.
Oeo alderman in tbe Fen 'i h ward for two years.
One alderman In the Fifth ward for two yearn.
One aldermnn in the tilth ward for two years.
One alderman in the Seventh ward for two
One Supervisor for two years.
Two Ah stant Supervisors for two years.
One Asess r for one year.
One collector tor one year.
Watch election wiil be odcb st 7 o'clock In the
marn!n and continue open nntil S o'clock in the
afternoon of fat d . y.
Pisces ot registrauon aad voting will ba as fol
First wsrfi Frankl'n hose house.
Second Ward -Precinct 1. No. 1014 Third ave-
Second Ward Precinct t,Georg Stodd's hall,
Efch'h avenue, between Ninth and Tenth ttreet.
1 nira ara- rrectnet 1, ivo 1314 Third avenue.
Third Warl Precinct 1. John TrvW. am.
eery, Bihth avenue and Fourteenth street.
Fourth Ward Prcciuct 1, Dimick's liven
rourth Ward Precinct S. No. S school. Fifth
avenue and Nineteenth street.
Fifth Ward-Precinct I, Hose Bouse en Twen
Fifth ward Precinct 2. Bchmldt's grocery on
bixtta Ward No. R33 Seventh avenue.
Seventh Wsid Precinct 1, street car barn
seventh Ward Precinct , Old No. 7 school.
A D. BUSSING, Oily and Town Clerk,
Eoc Island, 111.. March 4. A. D. 1B9S.
Rheumatism Cared ta a Day,
Mystic Cure11 for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to S days. Its
action upon the system is remarka
ble and mysterous. It removes at
once the cause, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 75 cents. Sold
by Otto Grotjan, druggist. Rock Is
land and Gust. Schlegel A Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport
WHEAT 11 inlcrete1 In ,1,teGr,n xrket
wh!..t.f 5. A. B'GELW & CO.
wins or iu CHICAQO.
FBATUHES . .
ArrscTiaa Members of tbe Chicago Board
values of Traue for twenty years.
Varrful and p nnnal attention and abio'vtt ar-
crecy pieagea in an torrttfonaetw ena transac
HIGHEST! BANK REFERENCES.
VETS I tel 'tfU
THE ABOVE RESULTS.
moves ri-rvoiisness. Impotericv. I BOthSaT.
N'KhtlT KmisHlims. Evil Ilnmi.
Wasting- diseases and all ffVs-ls of setr.ahuse or
excess anit inrifMcreuon. Resterpe It.t Vitality.
Power and Failing Memory. Wains oft Insanity
and consumption. Cures when all others fall. Inmrt
on haviux VITA I.I. no other. Cn be earned in
the vest pocket. By mail tl-OO per packaarenr aia
Cr as-oo with aKuarantee to urn orAtcfluid
the Money. Circular Free. Address
CALUMET MEDICINE CO- CHICAGO, ILL,
Tor sale by Marshall Fisher and II arts at
are Vie moat rowrarru sirs. raoarrT aad aa
IIABLB, of thl- alnd In the tnaiket Ibeoriginal
and only genuine Wostas's t-ALVATiow. Ark
jvw. . i, Hnj . luta, wnic aireci
to us and we will send it cttect noon receipt of
price. (1. seated, by mail tTepaid. A. 1. Betas
Fourth a ease and Twenty-third street. Bock
Miser to t Bnl- .r all ttmimw Redta
ai-waTL- Wi Ullaa AW m
awn- " 'islliriaiHiLtjrr-y
aO asasauar ansa! sawaarrMTTrM StZ
FU APWIMT: a dcm trn m
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
of cruel sariTcrT.or imprailini' death, ha
in thousands of instances been discllcd
like thU one's.
So eaAhinif bat hght wvrk.
Th TS1M tf OM aaWkaff 4Mt1l f Wtl4 Otiv uati
nrrtia TM haa Bad ptrfelly w1l.
1ULU COL. MwttACfc, DL
displacrmcnts, inflammntion, irrrptxlar
ities. etc, so common and nsuallrso bnrd
to cure, are relieved at once by. Wild
Olive to apply locally and Myrtle Tonic
to bntld np titreiiKth nnd energy Price
Rem relics are plenty, bat none wiU enre
the sc Hons cases that baffle physicians,
as these do. Tried thoroughly or tit teen
years it nil parts of thecontinent. Wheth
er slightly or seriously afflicted, do not
delay. Tumors, cancers and insanity,
come through neglect.
C A MPT TCof both remedies and a
wili'lT X-J-.J Talnablc treatise, thnt
tells how to recognize and treat ell fe
male diseases, can be bad di-
evervwherc. " tTK.CC. I SEE
VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'H, ! space
Sot'Tit Bum, Inn. i '??T
i ......ii ..i WtEK.
IfclaTW -iiaiaaMi mm w'n if mt- ri n-iataia'asni
Mow. At j sakuekt. Atfent,
US Thlrty-eeventh St., Twelfth ave. Bock Island
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Pred Wolkan, Jeweler,
Reliable Goods at
1805 SECOND AVEMT.
PURITY ASD EXCELLENCE
IS TOE MOTTO AT
Importer snd wholesale dealer.
Yearn of experience and the
beet of faciliti-s.
No's 1616-1618 Third Ave. Pboneiisr.
11 BATH lOMa
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc., may
be obtained at the 8anitarlum
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper Honse.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen
tle aen From J p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at ny
time during business - hours.
Gymnasium connected with baL'
M. M. BEIGGS,
Real Estate, tarance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Here oa hand 40 lots In gneth Hot friend on
""Ttfjais; Just entslde tbe city limlte; rood
iSi.t' ' mu" "wep msiiraare. Ten iota
oa ThL-ty-eichth street sad rifteenth avenue.
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Tali ai Rms Pmrarinslkc na
Wholesale Grocers. Bock Island
THS TKAVKUEK.S 4UI1IK
BOCK IS1.A .T) hi irimn
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Railway Tickets ran be purchased or Nur-
Safe checked at B I P Twemieti street denoc
or C H I At P depot eorr,r Fifth avenue awl
sy - raw a. riasaanei-. apau.
D.B..I 1 ami tart A Oeuaa
Ft. Worth, Denver A si. O
Omaha Dee Hoiaee
tOauba at Minneapolis
Omaha Dee Moines Bx
tOm.h. a. U :t- -
I Sun pa
111. -IS am
Denver, Lincoln Omaha. . .
t 1:10 aai
m. raw at stmneapol'S. . . .
Denvet, Ft, Worth K 1
tEansas City Bt. Joseph
tock Ialand Waahinvtoa
tChtCAs-o Dt , Koines
t :. am
1 1:36 pa
1 1 44 pm
noca laianoastnart At
t t:so am
I. 14 pmi
Airrval, t Departure tltiv axnensinnday.
AMI others dail lelepnone luVS.
Snnaay evrntnes a Pullman sleeper anil be at
the a pot alter iti:Jt, which will tease for Chiea
goatS;iS a. m. Mouday.
BDWJaOTs.lt BOTJTB-O., B. t, sal
way Depot First avenue and i!xt
street, w. J. Tonne, aceat.
tU L Snrioa-lield. Peons I
onr. vun vis airmmooth 7:00 am T:tS pm
CMcairo. sierllns, Clinton I I
Dnbnqne If 7:am t S:(bpai'
Peoria, Keardstown. Bur- j
limrtoo West 2:45pm til 0 am
Bt. Paul Minneapolis.. j S.M pm T:M am
Wcrlli sr. t'lintoo Dubcqne f S:i5 lua t 8:11 pa
St. L , Kansas t'lty, l-enverl I
Pac Coast via Oalcsb'rgis TS5 pm S:B5 am
Dally. tOaily except Sunday
QHICAQO, MILWACKKX ST. PACL
Kallwey Bacme southwestern Plvistnn
Depot Twentieth street, netwsna rinrt aa4
Beeond avennca, L. H. Greer, AvecL
Mail and Express
St. Paul Express
Freight snd Accommodate
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Island Pkoria Bailwat
Depot First A venae and Twentieth street.
B. Ia. GoS, agent.
Eastern Ex. 'The Trilby". .
Peoria A St Louis Hail fx...
6: JO pm
Passecccr trains leave C. K, I. P. (llotlne
avenue) depot Ore (it minuu-a :w thu .....
riven. Trains marked dally, all other trains
daily except Sanaay.
IUELINOTON, CEDAB BaPIDS
... 7 -r iws tai oraay
street, Davenport. Jas. atartoo. Usm. Tat
04 :3o nm
A aiu v a
w9 -4S pa
West Litierty Traics
h7 -H am
a Daily, buauy except nnoay. tisoisv north.
tGolne Soola sad eaau No. 11 runs bet arena
Cedar Hapias and West Llbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
P-rry etreot depot
Lv Bock Island. .....
CHI A P Depot
Lv Rock Island
4 10 ami 7 10 ami 125pra
4 87 am
7 an am
9 15 am
7 SO ata
8 IS ara
Twentieth et Depot
ar i eona
Ar Indianapolis .......
A r Louisville. ........
Ar Dayton. ...........
Ar Jacksoov1Ue..M ,
Ar bt Louts. ..........
Ar Kvansvdle.. ........
ArTerre Rante ,
1 mi am i
S V. pm
12 16 pm
1 10 pa
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK IaXAaTD TO 8T. L0CI3.
Lines east of Peoria carry tbronpb.
coaches and slecpino; cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Jicket Agent.
John Voile & Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds ot
Woodwork for Builders
SUlne, Floarias, Wtfeaceecaf
IStb atraet, hat th aad tfc an