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THE ABQUP, FRIDAY, 1IABCH 2T, 1896.
DfiOTHERS, Po You Knew that Paregoric
I laj Lateruali's Imp, txtfrry'a CuMinl, tunny ic-aii-d Southing Sj-rupa, ul
DxS remedies fur children are compoied of iuja r ruor-ijiine f
1" TTtm Knur that utim and morphine are ttiiiK-f,, in; narcotic pcfeoos
T) Y"ti Knnrf that III most countries drUKifcta ire tut percd;te.l tn st-U narcotic
without UIbo then poisons f
Know t!ia you sh&til sot J:rrr.tt ny mc&clne to be your cbfld
smlu yuu your J.bj aician know cf That it is compose d r
Y-n Khit that Caetoria is a pure! Vegetable preparation, aod that a Eat of
k Lojrr-.'vhcnU i" put-bahed with every bottle f
Vn Ym Kmw that CarMria. la the pracrlptlon or the fatuous Dr. Saamcl Iltcher
That it ha been in cue fur nearly lUrty yean, and that more Cu'xiii U now actd tbap
ali otor KactLea fur cluklrca combined t
P Ywi Knevr that the Patent OfOce Department cf the Called States, and of
her ceaatrica, have iaroeU excluaire right to Dr. Pitcher anil his niC-r. to use ILe ord
" Caatoria, " and iu formula, and that to imitate them is a stato prison offense t
P" ?rn Kr.nM that one of the reasons for fronting tail govtreuneat proUttkin wa
tecauas tastoria haU Lota frown to be absolutely liarxalt-kT
! Yon Kiii" that 33 average doaca cf CotorU are furnulicd for IT J
cents, or oao ot a ilos t
Tt Yon V.f.n 'Jjii hea jmavased of this prrfcU pnpariUots, Jcur chJdruo mar
fe kr; t ed, and that .c may hate unbroken rest
Ty71, tcea (Hbi are worth knowiag. They ara facta.
Children Cry for Pitched CastcrZa.
Hr-alth is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If nor. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago .Medical IotUuto Perajannntly l'H'ttt1 in ltnwirt.. low.
Mt. T. M. WALSH.
romer'y n nlc! Ftoreor in two of Chicago's
leadit aWlcai to M-kC",
NKIiVOL'S lr.lUl.M"Y Kthanstivo tlraioti. . sleppiesiics. tbreatuncd in
KT,fak m- iary, mental solusion, or
t4tvt iv ciiri!.
CATAICl:iI Dvypi-pxia. Athma. Kbcumatism. Scrofula. STtihilia. Rlood.
Kf!rf, M. r iid Miin diaM can be quickly and permantmly cartd by onr advanced y-
VAKICOt'KLr. Is t ho most active cause of ncrvon' Iebilitv. Whv treat
m.r,i, w ih h. . -. h-n wr irmnnw yon
WOMKN SulTorinj from diseases peculiar to tlieir sox should conault na.
1VP mifd ni'xnv ra- jrivi-u up w hnpcles. unrt vr t;ijrh'i ohle incut yon SnrgieaJ
!r.!i'.iii perrnrnit d at your kaimv if derircd. AliuomlLal abd l.ruin snrery a ficia!ly.
OUR CUKKKNT1ALS ami Testimonial aro tho liost The numerous ac-
ki.naioili m iMi wc hv r. o lv. ,1 fr.mi the nowrpterK for onr remarkab'e nrvt in both
n u j; .id rr.T lrj.cliiri.,.r rmirlupivi- t.,n n.r -.ilvanred incti:o.l cure where all
o'li.ir -ail. T , i f t.', u i i,..t . Mm., v ith niti-ro. h'it f nr.Mi.t us at 0''C and reua'n
j- nr .-i hra'ili. Vhi re i a urnre ;n ery !,. hi J..11 rm be cured. Have op p-.iwl
ti-v .ne r If .t, n.. eiju rrn.'nt nuv !nti'. r. fcur - -n uf at onr.s. Furthermore, we
tier , to aaynni. pmvii.tr mir rrt.l. mm- (ai-e We maic ii a.i object fur vou to liivcs
tuaie ours No other npiciil.st elter yoa rucU a fu'r pri, :;;(,n.
o ONLY CUUAlihK TASKS TAKKN o
I'your.inniteall, wrlfcj. IlunilrxJn t ired by runli. l!.um'j to U, 2 to 5, 7 to 8. Saxdayr
II :3 to 1 .4",
OmCK 121 W. TbirJ St., McCullor.-ii. Huil lin, Davenport. Iowa.
HBAT1X0 AJtO VtRTTLATlNO KSOIMKaKS.
5 -v1; -. 4.;-. .
,TV.-S" BcmtUeessr iel.W.nanlfc'T.reraUtln! anrdicin. On'y harmUss asst
I X 4 tue uxtii ur. uu i U uoJ. li yoa want the bust, set
Cr" p5S,s Fennypayal Pills
f x Th """""I'1. '' ta;n i- rrrs't. Th rraa' (Pr. Peal's! never disss
BvUt. EctauyUt;c,;.u Aadrwj i jsjJ. iiijivla Ce, Cleveland, O.
" t lUrpr Home Pharmacy. Kork lalarrl.i ..
Cipenter and Builder.
OITUCE, KO: 38S1 5IX1TI AVEilUK.
Sicp on Vino itieot. EOCS I5LAUD.
DK. J. K. WAIH,
Lnf Chl'?o. foroicrlT Snrreon-in-Cbiaf o
ft i.ruhonr' Uuei.ttal.
auy other conduiun due to scrroas czhaasiiun.
permanent euro in raven days by onr painltta
If Vou Waut a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
in ROCK ISLAND ami MOLINE
IN GENTLE TEXAS,
Where They Hold Political Cor.i
UT CAK'T ABIDE A PEIZE II3ET.
Story of a Day at the Capital Whore Special
Sessions of the Lefrislatnro Are Held
Occasionally Political Gatheriug Winds
Cp with m Minlatnre Donnybrook Fair
and a Split Pistols Drawn and Much
Wrath, But No Gore Spilled.
AlSTlX, March S7. "The Hcpublxan
tato ouuvention, which ha-1 been in ses
sion in this city since Tuesday, at! juurn.iil
s'.nudie yi-stcnlny afternoon attiT having
enjoyci tho distinction of narrowly avodt
Ing a funeral, and havinsr the nut-un-imial
tMnj nonrajays in Texas a split
Ctinvention. Tho situ-iti in locked threat
ening from the Tory start yesterday. Tho
McKinley men worked nil night among
the negroes nnl succeeded tn bringing
over quite) a numlier of them, so that yes
terday morninir, v,-hen tho honr for con
vening arrived, it found the McKinley
men with an organized force occupying
the center cf tho hall, with a very de
termined look on their faces and an air of
fight surrounding them.
Cnni-y Exhibits His Generalship.
Cuney, the chairman uf the convention,
when he mounted the rostrum took in tho
situation nt a glance, and s-j?iiiK that tho
McKinley nv.'n vr?r assuming formidable
strength immediately sent his emissaries
out for hU forces, and pending their re
turn lie did not turn a die in the mattor
of opening tho convention, putting forth
the excuse that I ha committed on creden
tials was not ready to report, lie finally
not bis forces together, ubiut 1 p. m , and
the committee on credentials putting in
an npiear.incu nlxut tl;o same time tho
convention was called to onier. Tho first
work of the convention was tho receiving
and adoption of the credential- committeu
r.'iort. Its introduction immediately pre
t'ipitated a rov, but the Allison and Uoed
men paine I exelusivu charge.
MtralRbtout Gold taudurd riank.
The convention adopted a platform
nlunpr tho regular lines, the curn-ney
plank of which reads as follows: "Vo
roailinn tho ailhen-nco of the Republican
party to sound Cimnce. We demand an
honest dollar of th3 greatest purchasing
power for every class alike; tho largest
is-ue of i:oli!, silver and paper compatible
with security ard tho requirements of
trade, all of equal value, interchangeable
one for the other, every dollar resting on
cold ns money of final redemption. The
K pub'.ie.ins of Texas declare this to be in
their deliberate judgment the only basis
for a lariro and liberal circulation of
money und for the mainteuancu of uni
And Next the Trouble an.
The convention then elected tlio follow
ing delegates to th. St. Louis convention:
N. V. Cuney, of Galveston. Allison man;
W. K. Makeinson, of (i'orgetown, K-d
man; K H. Terrell, of Sin Ant nio, Al
lison inau; C. II. Ferguson, of Richmond,
K-ed man. Hardly had the vote on tho
fe'.L'caon lxvn nnuounced than the
lonjr-antieipated row was in force. As
the chair declared the men elected a wild
whoop from the very center of the Mc
Kinley delegation proclaimed that the
trouble had begun. Oao burly negro
camu plowing through the jam, pushing
men in front of him as if they were so
much ehaff, and in his wake came half a
hundred excited followers wild with ex
citement. Welcomed by the Cuney Men.
They gave every evidence that they in
tended to capture tho grand stand. Tho
spectators mid tha crowd on tho stand
made frantic efforts to get out of their
way, hut all to no purpose. They wero on
the stand in an ii.stant and there tlu-y
were confronted Ivy Caney and his faith
ful followers, who received them with a
hearty welcome far warmer than they
HAD A HOWLING GOOD TIME,
liut When tho Dust Clears Away There Are
uo Blood ruddles.
The Cunry men had no timo to orgamzo
their forces before tho opposition crowd
wasonthein. Thts mittcred little, how
ever, ns each man instantly resolved hiiu
into a John L. Sullivan nnd combat wd
every inch of the ground. The Erst negro
t reach the stage luaue a lungo at
Cunc-y'a head with his fist. Whilo he was
quick ono of Cuney's followers was
quicker. As lie struck at Cuney he found
himself confronted by a big revolver in
tho hands of u negro who, whilo not so
large, demonstrated that ho could hold
Ills own agaiust a'l comers.
Tho two men eyed each other for ten
seconds possibly, when they both went
donn before tho howling crowd that was
swaying around and about thorn. In an
instant the platform was a sceno of wild
chaos. Kxcited negroes swayed ta and
'rj in the battle for twenty minutes be
fore an armed force of policemen could
quell the riot. It was then discovered
that na oao was dangerously hurt, al
though one cr two of the white delegates,
as well as a uegro or two. wero bruised
considerably. As soon as order could lie
obtained tho convention, after disposing
of a few minor matters, adjourned sine
dio without issuing any instructions to
delegates to St. Louis.
Immediately after the regular conven
tion adjourned tho McKinley faction
took charge of the hall, and organizing
their convention in due form elected the
foliowing delegates to St. Louis: John
Grant, of Sherman; Frank Hamilton, of
Austin; S. L. Smith, of Colorado, and
YV. E. Davis, of Fort Worth. This con
vention did not consider a platform, but
adopted resolutions indorsing McKinley
for president and instructing the delega
tion scut from hero to vote for him as long
as his name was before the convention.
Sublette Oct a Big Fortane.
ST. Lot is, March -7. For many years
30 acres of valuable land in the south
eastern section of this city has been in
litig it ion by the heirs of Solomon H. Sub
lette, an old French trapper and hunter
who died here in 1S57. Most of the prop
erty is nnin: proved, but is worth at least
(1,xxi.ikMl Now the old and musty will
of Sublette has been filed with the pro
bate court by one of the heirs, and the
property which has so long been in litiga
ron will be divided among those who are
its rightful owners.
Greater New York BUL
ALBASY, N. Y., March 27. The greater
Kew York bill has passed the assembly
by a you ot 81 aye to 6A aaji.
EU.ICPEAN CYCLONE CENTER." '
Scorns to Linger Aroand ttl Doer Hrpno
lie of tho Tmnvanl.
Ix: r March L'T A Pretoria dispatch
i' The Times says: Tha situation is
oerious. President Kruger liai concluded
a tew offensive nnd defensive nllianco
with tho Orange Fn-o State. .President
Steyn, of tlte Orango Free State, and tho
Transvaal executive council strongly ad
riso President Kruger not to go tho En
land. The Transvaul wants its indepen
dence guaranteed by Ku-land in conneo
tioa with the other powers.
"The Iioers ore arming in tho Orango
Frca State nnd in Capo Colony. Tho
large influx of (Termans has been drafted
into the police foroc and the artillery. Dr.
V. J. Leyds, secretary of stato of the
Transvaal, who has been for some time in
Germany, lias used tho socrc-t service
money largely to encourage immigration
from Germany. Tho Free it ite aud Afri
kailker liund has offered to suppart the
An editorial in The Times comments
upou the gravity of tho facts "which,"
says Tho Times, emauate from a trust
Worthy private source. If these lire true
it indicates a powerful coalition against
Kngland. The arming of the Bjcts can
have but one aim. England, however,
will do nothing by way of guarantee or
otherwise to give any other power tha
right to interfere with the bouih African
ANOTHER WEYLEF5 PROCLAMATION.
Will Des.1 w lb. the ltabel as Uandits
Alacvu iu a Corner Agaiu.
Havana, March 7. Captain General
Weylcr has once more issued a proclama
tion. Ho proclaims that in view of tho
fact that tho insurgents avoid engage
ments with tho troops nn.l devote them
selves entirely to acts of incendiarism, ho
bus resolved to deal with them as incen
diaries and bandits, applying the rule sot
forth in his former proclaims! ion. Macon
is now in the western cn.l of the island
b. 'tween the west coast and tlio military
lino runnhiff thruiiTh M iriel Maj:na,
Uuianajay, Wuterloo, Artcmisa and Xep
tutio. The guardianship of this lice has been
entrusted to Gederal Arolas, who is rid
ing along it with ids chief-of staff aud a
column of troops numbering -5.0(i0 men.
This renders Macco's position very crit i
cal and the Spanish authorities oneo more
express their confidence that tiiey have
the insurgents in a trap from which they
cannot escape. Maximo Gomez is at pres
ent near Guinea, but Is gaiug westward.
RUN DOWN BY A TRAIN.
Five of Six SIca Caught, Two Killed and
One Family Hurt.
New Yohk, March 7. Six men who
had worked tlieir way into tho freight
yards of tho Central railroad at Elizabeth,
X. J., wero run into by a train which was
being shifted from one track to another.
An clTort was made to stop tho train, hut
a coupling pin broke and several cars sped
along the siding. Two of the men wero
killed, one probably fatally injured,
two others slightly, and the sixth is be
lieved to have escaped altogether, lie lias
not been seen since, however.
The killed are: W. S. Johnson, of
Brooklyn, nnd Georgo B. Lane, of Provi
dence It. I. Tho injured are: Unknown
man, several compound fractures, will
probably die; John F. Allen, of llolyoke,
Mass ; Roger Lane, brother of Georga U.
Lane, who was killed. Allen and the two
Lanes had been to I'hilr.d lpiiia look inn
j for employment, and failing to find it
.." loiuiu.uiii ji-imti '.viieu mey mec tll'.l
others, and they traveled together until
EVANGELIST HAS TO LEAVE
Because He Made a Grave Charge Against
Hie Girls of Fresno.
Fresno, Cula., March 27 Tho pcoplo
of Fresno were aroused to a stato of warm
indignation yesterday by the publication
in Tho Morning Republican of an nrticlo
denouncing Rev. L T. Johnson, a travel
ing evangelist who has been holding
meetings iu tlio Methodist church for
some weeks, for having repeated from the
pulpit a statement waich he claimed had
been made to him that two-thirds of tho
girls of this city were ruiued before they
readied tlio age of 14 years.
The paper also contained an interview
with tho preacher in which ho admitted
aud repented tho statement", but declined
to give the source of his information. In
dignation meetings were held and the re
sult; was that Johnson signed a retraction
and left town for au unknown destina
tion. Iowa Soions Discuss Adjournment.
Des Moines, March VT. Final adjourn
ment was considered in both houses. Tho
senate tabled a resolution to aJjourn
April 12, and tho houso resolved to re
main in session till the codo revision is
completed, which would indicate that tho
session will last till May L In the senate
a resolution was adopted instructing tho
trustees of tho state institAitions to buy
supplies from Iowa doalers. Tho houso
bill passed authorizing boards of
supervisors to voto aid for the construc
tion of levees along tho Mississippi river.
Tho senate bills pas3ed providing punish
ment for breaking open railway cars, and
for creating disturbances at religious
meetings. The houao spent the morning
discus-dug tho bill appropriating f40,OXJ
for otablishing five normal schools, which
l'eorla Puta On Her Best Deportment.
Peoria, Ills., March 27. The sub-com-mittoo
of the Democratic state central
committee, which is to decide on tho loca
tion of the state convention, was hero yes
terday. The members were given a recep
tion on the board of trade, and a lunch
eon, drives, banquet, serenades and re
ceptions occupied the remainder of the
day. Peoria, after losing the Republican
convention, is all the more anxious to get
the Democratic convention and her
chances are believed to be good.
Xew Fact About That X Ray.
Haurodsbcbg, Ky., March 27. H. S.
Greene, of Hurrodsburg academy, and B.
F. Spilhnin, photographer, have produced
X rays from ordinary boat radiation, and
without any lib nmkorff coil or Crootes
tubes have succeeded in producing some
excellent skiagraphs of various objects
The mysterious rays are found to exist in
ordinary heat radiation, and have been
made to penetrate several thicknesses ot
Fatal Steamboat Ksplosioa.
ALTOS, Ills., March 27. The boiler on
the steamer Artemus Lamb exploded yes
terday above the city. Firemen 1 Lal
lard and Kll Lancater were blown into
the river, bat were rescued, both fatally
THE CAUSE OF LA GRIPPE.
Now Admitted to be From Detaaeed Di
rection. Carefnl observation in mativ rasps
of lagrippc, extending over "saveral
years have gradually developed the
fact that it is very generally caused
from dietetic errors.
In other words, during the preva
lence of lagrippe, persons who suffer
from indigestion or stomach trou
bles are almost invariably victims of
the epidemic. " v-
This can be readily understood
when you remember that the germs
of any disease cannot gain a foothold
in the system of a man or woman
who is blessed with perfect digestion,
because perfect digestion means per
fect health, and such persons can bid
deiiance to la griipe or to any other
For this reason physicians have
recently introduced into their prac
tice the new preparation known as
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets as an
almost certain preventative of la
grippe, -as this remedy by giving
perfect digestion and assimilation of
the food so fortilies the system
against disease that all danger from
this epidemic is reduced to ar mini
mum. So popular have Stuart's Dyspep
s'a Tablets become that it is claimed
within one month after bcim made
known to the public 193 druggists in
Detroit, Mich., alone were Belling it
and today they pronounce it the most
satisfactory remedy they are selling
for all f jrms of stomach derange
ment. The price at druggists is but 60
cents for full sized package.
It is not a cure-all, but it is recom
mended as a cure for dyspepsia and
stomach troubles onlv.
A little book on stomach diseases
sent free by addressing Stuart com
pany, Marshall, Mich.
Kew York Financial
- Nkw Yokx. MtrA 20
Konoy oa rail nomin diy jmr c.-nt.;
primo mercaati'o vajK;r 6.4, p-r cut.;
sturl:n; exchan.ni stroug wita actual busi
ness in bani -r.; bau at sis1 $1' for
demand and & Wfj, for sixty days; postjl
rates, 44."4li aal -j 1$ 41; oo.niujre:i
b Us. WH
Silver" mrt fleates. OS1 , a v ; na sales; bar
sbver. ii M-.-xiciu dollar. .A'i
Unit-1 States ewramiit baali stnalv;
ne- 4's re .rut. -r 1. lliP4. do. ooupoat,
litr's: is rejuterod m.'; coupon IU,';
rejrsterel. Us;..': nui-viin IU',; i's
restitered. 9i; Pa.-itija's of Ui
Chie.i-o Grain and Traduce.
t'llic.iiio. ilaroh 21
The follow were thi rjti itauons on the
Board of Trade todav: Wheat Jlan-h,
openel tilV: closed rj-; Mar. opened oj-V-.
closed U.:; July, 0!-aolJ'U.':.t, closed Kiev'.
Corn Mareh. nominal, closed as'ie; May,
opened . cio-.vl 2?s: July.' opuael
tWe. closi-.l 3 -3 1 Oas M irea. noru
nat. clnaud May. oyeaed l'J ., closed
l!i'e: July. oj...ned ::0j t 2j'a-. l,rit
JIareh o;j"nd s.72'j. close I fs.Jj; Mav,
oiwncd ti Si. closed f-i.Hl i. 1,-rrl Marvh.
opened Si.lJ. eloiei 07la; Jlav, opeuud
i'roiuee: Huttjr Extra creamery. 2tc
per lb; extra d ury. He: o m - stoox 8
Kugs FrKih w.i V;.14oi.rd i;a D.-essed
Poultry t:iuck -as. 9 4 1J; ner 1!, ;
ro:.s:iTi, 5 Mi a .j.:; tar.i rs, U (J UV;
du '.ts. lOtolile: Ke.tij. TulJe. 1'otaloM
Iiurikiaks. ;si.'Jjpjr bush-L Swei-t tot
tos i'air t c.iiie li-Ui-tii iv b'ji. Ap
ples .air tj chJlea. JialJ'Oi.Tj p:T 1:.I.
Honey White clover, l ib secti ia. fancy, l.'o
1-k; per 11.; brokea conili. Sj-l: extracted
anJc. C'r:uioerriuj Capj Ooi, 7.iu3. ii
Cliicngo Live Stock.
I.:vj Stock Pro- t', , ftii;..., K-r.u
Yanls toiijy ranj-i as Io1iom: H ks iii...
iiiati-.l rece.p.s to- t.i 1 day. 270) J: s.ilej
ranel at MtU-4-LOl V-gi i ). Hi!, light.
aXbjiatia ruiuu piek.ni. ti.7ia3.it, niutoi
ana J.i j(3iJ.S7 : h ,;avy paekiaj aad shipping
Ca tie Sstimatl rce.pt for th day.
ivlJJ; quolat,.oas ranged at I.UK41.ai choice
to extra shipping s; -ert ti.75;tl.i go , I to
cnoioe do., ii.M'H.70 fwr to cojl. I JiJ0j
common u mc.tinm io liJjxT.J
The Local Markets.
ii.V; sloogh, t7w$; baled, t13.5o; millot.
BaHer Pair to choice, 16o; fresh Cream
E!-' Freh, 8c
Cattl Butchers pay for corn fed steers
uwl.iv.ww" hw iKiien, ac6Vi calves.
fcpriiig lunb ie a pound.
Caal Soft, 10c.
Children Cry for
I! iiiteieetcd in the Grain Marke t
vuimr E. A. BIGSLCW & C3.
V' U ADVISED
Cor. Jwaioa ud SIiibu Cts.,
BY MAIL OB
vi&r. or all
MnbTsof the Chicairo Board
or iTauc lor tatmy years. '
Cartful and V Tiinnl attention and abmo'ut e-
ertcy pltitgta in ail corrupoiuune end tranMc
tiotit. HIGHEST! BANK REFERENCES.
sfB I 0 ILA1"SXB
m& ujvt KESULTS.toooi Bar.
lL.i.lk-V-K' . nra.lv- rJt
N Ehlly Kmlisi.H1 Evil Drvams
WasUu rt.wrw mid mil ofTwrt- of if.aiM or
-xcfs nj ifiiiCTPiion, R-st .rvii It Vit.iitv
and cornunptfon. fire wlMn Allot her rait, In.st
Ih TMrpX-kr-L BV maVll akl.IrO tJr rrskr-L:
for$..Oo with ik euamttej to nre orKfuud
CALUMET MEOICINE CO-, CHICAGO, ILL
ror sale by Mambsn aV Fisher aad Maris aV
. -- - .-r: - - .U
BLA SKINS APPIIFT, ak'n
PQLL3LED WITH A CRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
St of crtici Nt:ri7ery.or imiK'Tnltnt: (Uoh.bi: ? i
in tirus:iTnis of inst;tuvvs becu
like this out s,
j A pon! t'vvi.ir rrr.wcri aay eua tmaer. X ceuld
I 1 10 tiMiuiif: tul l.;tt work.
S The A on 4Caf rli .? W M CAvtm acd
f S MmiC luc iua SjBti pir trfrrtl !!.
? l JLU4 COIJE, HttiCks hi. r
!j WOIVIAN'S ILLS, 1
f !tic, etc., o cmmonanflnsn:iIlT8ohrrl
Jti. ntrr- ft r! at- I
i Olivc-to nip1y Itx-ally anil Myrtle Tonic
1 10 umiu tip stTxiiytn ana energy i'neef
J :?! each. '
i Kciricilks arc plenty. trt nnn? wiK enrc f
j the srriovM c:is j tTint ltnil!c jby?it'iaii!, I
: ns xtifsc n. 1 nci turiuTiUy ioriiiii.v.1 1
t yiars imill pruts thcvmitinctit. Whf th- I
I cr liJ;hy or f.rrion.ily ntfltotcd. ilo not
Idcl.-iy. Tairors, cancers and insauiiy.f
h confe through neglect. "
J C A HTPT otli rvtnKl;iB nn. n i
jOM'li v.Utmi1c ticatise, tb:.t i
tells how to reowviii'C anil treat all lc-I
: FRE2. rT
M 0.1U1 ILLL-lWI. AM Hf B Clt-A.U
4 Roi-tii llnn Ivi. Si wext
Mtut. M J bAitoasT Atrent.
113 Thirtj-wvenihSt.. Ttift!. ave. Bock IlanJ
We ore showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltoan, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
180.. SECOND AVEMT.
PURITY AXD EXCELLENCE
IS TOE MOTTO AT
Importer and wholesale dealer.
!'! of nxrv-nence ud the
No's 1G16-161S Third Ave. rrriw.
Baths of all Kinds, iaclad!i.g
Turkih, plain, shampoo, elec
trio, elfictro-thorii-al, oto., iuy
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Booms, on tha first floor cf
the Harper House.
for Ladle From 9 a. tn. to
12 m. on week days For Gen.
tiea.en From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week riavs (n Sundays tho
rooms will be open from 7 a.m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Eiectrio aad Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at acj
tin.e dnring buMLess hours
Oymnasiam oonnected with be
Isi H. BEIGGS,
Real Estate, Insurance. Ians
AND HOUSES TO EENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Rock Island.
Kv 00 band 40 lota In Sonth Rm.lt T'ai X rm
ey terms ; joat oste'de the elty iiic1;?o;4
wtT-1 'Jixee, and cheap tnra rsnce. Tea isits
on Thlrty-t'gnth street snd Fifteenth avenne.
annmrerof pieces of jvropcrty la tim city for
.W1 Iw Sat. r- M m a -
"v.nsT.l., JT ,
mm miwm mil.
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FOR A QUICK AnXa-CINrKRSl'V?
APPUED AND FCU5HX0rVnriAei.CiT;
Mors Bros. Prccs.Ccnton.Mass,US..
Wholesale Grocera, Kock Is-Und
THE TRAVLLE-LS' Gl'IPlt.
QHICAOO, ROCK laLAKD PACIFIC
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the d im i der !::, which id leave lor Chica
go at i: 5S a. in. MncJay.
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Pock Island I'tom lUitwar-
x IVtot FirM Avenue aud Twentieth .traat.
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avenue) d iKU tle iM mtnuun car'li r than t;res
riven. Triine a.arkod naily. aU otLer trains
eai! except i-OLday.
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Norhi-rn .'ailway. oeont foot id" Drav
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Cetir lipiila ac W.i Liberty.
To the East via the
R. S. 8c P.
f'-rrr t treetdeoot
ami 7 li) am! ltpra
L H -rt isiaid
7 n sir.
9 15 am
3 0J pm
S 60 pm
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8 09 am I 1 tOp..
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till t Uepot
Lv Kock iKland
Twmiith M Dciol
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1 10 pa.
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KOCK ISLAKD TO 6T. LOI 'S.
Unes cast of Peoria carry tLroaeh
coacbes and sleeping i::rs ta night
trains to principle citien.
Gn. Tifket Ajent.
Jotm VolK 5c Co,
Soth, Poors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Builders
Udlcg. rinorlaf, WalnscearHs
liih rueet. bet lit aad Kh ays