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Csvstoria la Dr. Bamnel Mtaher praeriptloB for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine mot
other Narcotic sabitanoe. It is a hormlesa Bubstitoto
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing; Sjrnpe, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its, guarantee Is thirty years' use by
Minions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
feTcrlshness. Castorla prerents Tomlting Boar Curd,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorla reUeres
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
" CaaVwfe to aa excellent mdietaa for ehil
drea. Bothers have repeatedly wdd me of tta
good affect upon their children."
Da. Q. C Oeoeoo,
" CavtorU to Ow baat nmadr for eaildraat of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day la not
far distant when mothers will oonatder tba real
interest nt their children, aad use Caatoria la
Stead of the varlonaqtiacfc Boat mma whfcm are
drarrarmt thrir html ooos, ny f oretng optum.
sxorpbiaa, soothing syrup aad ocber h artful
areata down their throats, thereby
I lo prsioatura craves."
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located la Davenport, lows.
DR. T. M. WALSH.
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leads medical eMee, j
NERVOUS DEBI LITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplcsiness, threatened In
pltu.7jtri'n0r7' mt,UJ lo,,OB 7 tl" eondliloa do to narrow K.irtlm
CATA RR1I rtrarlrt.!a Aatfim. PL...il e r. .... .
7 - - ( uncuiiuru, oiruiuia, Dypnilla, BIOOO.
U o7;,'lr be quick and penaanenUy enred b oar advanced sys
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S!?i!lw,ii.7 i mb7? Snerantee yoo a permaaeat car la seven days by our painleea
atothoilr Hydrocele cared In three dituauii ' 1
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult us
ZSZlZL'V" upJ! hopolcaa, aad we mar be able to cure yoa. Surgical
oicniioa. perforated at yonr bora. If desired. Abdominal aad brain surgery a apedaltj
OUB CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ac-
i?7?!lm9,hm T?c,rr4.,'''m MWPt'' tar " remarkable carea In botk
Ulli!. - proof conclusive that ur -.tvunrcd methods enre where aU
other fail. Tim fnm. do mt uu tin. iik h . . " .
r r health. There la a , .
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oa.r i.ro to aanae prorlna our credential. TalM. H aieko It aa object for yoa to iarea
tatata sura. Mu other iBMiJjiu o. . i.i. . , J otob-
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OFtTCE 124 W. Third St.. McCnllongh. Building. Davenport. lows.
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For a iM at Harper Hoaae Pharmacy, Book Ialead.ll!.
Carpanter and Builder,
. OTT1CB. HO: Itn SIXTH ATKNUB,
that en Vlss stxttt, LCC3 Tr.ATtn.
" Caatoria to ao well adapted to children (hat
I neommeod It as superior to any prescription
H. A. Aacaxa.nT. D
111 Bo. Oxford St., Brooklyn, S. T.
"Our physicians la the children depart
ment harts spoken highly of their expert
ence In their oataUo practice with Caatoria.
aad although we coir hare among v
Mdical supplies what to knows aa reguka
prodocts, jet we are free to confess that the
Beerltsof Caatoria. baa won us to look with
favor apaa it."
Varna BoartTAt. axd Dixtcxsabv,
Alls C Sun, Pres.,
t s f amrrar asxaaa, xiw XOTK CRf.
DB. J. E. WALSH.
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aiZJL That Sou . Vm" ?;ZT.
loacer. bat e 4wn.t aa at oaea. ronhin' -2
CASKS TAKEN o
mall, llonre t lo IS, 9 to 5, 7 to 8. Boadayr
If You Want 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.
Offices la BOCK ISLAND and liOUXE
DEATII VERY BUSY
He Gathers in a Score of Victims
EH OSEDITED TO AH EXPLOSIOH
WaJeax Badly tajaiwa Fire Otkawa aad
Coatly Mill rtre la a Brooktya
it Beeaoaaiblo for Tea. Hew.
Woaaaa amd ChUdrwa, SaBweatad la Their
Beda flood awewpa A way a Family ed
Flea tw Virwlala.
Memphis, April 2. A special to The
Commercial-Appeal from Greenville,
Mia, says: At 2 o'clock yesterday after
noon the two massive bailers of the Plant
ers' Oil mill at thit place exploded, wreck
log the mill property aad causing the
death of flre men aa follows: Henry Will
lams, eolorod, fireman; Oliver Humphreys,
colored, assistant fireman; leoin Freeman,
colored, laborer; Horace Wilkinson, col
ored, enrpentor; Ed Strasack. white, car
penter. Injurel Frank Wolfcnden,
chief engineer, badly scalded and braised;
Columbus Washington, colored, burned
and cut by timbers, will die; Tom Brown,
colored, badly bruised and burned; Web
Freeman, colored, leg broken; Alex
Hughes, scalp wound from flying timber;
Freeman Fendleton, colored, leg broken
and otherwise badly hurt.
Soenw That Brggara Deaerlptioa.
The explosion occurred while Manager
Alexander was at dinner and the cause is
stated to be a dry boiler. This version of
it is not, however, definite, as all con
nected with the boilur and engine room
were killed except the chief engineer, aud
be Is too badly injured to make any state
silent. After the wreck of the plant by
the explosion fire seized the r ulna, but
this was suppressed by the flre depart
ment, not, however, until the bodies of
the killed had bsen badly charrel The
loss In dollars will reach tao.OuO, on which
there is adequate insurance in the Hart
ford Steam Boiler Insurance company.
About a year ago the plant of this oil mill
w&s entirely destroyed by fire, entailing a
loss of something liko I1V,0J, and it had
been rebuilt on auch a scale as to make it
one of the most extensive aud complete in
the south. The scene attending the dis
aster beggars description. In addition to
the vast throng of curious people there
were scores of men, women and children
surging about the ruins in search for rela
tives known to have been employed thero,
must of tho latter lieing negroes. Their
grief was intense and added to the melan
choly of the situation.
TKSEHEN'T HOBROR AT BROOKLYN.
Tea Persona Foand Dead by SuffoeaUoa
After a Kir.
Xew York, April 3. Ten parsons per
ished by suffocation in a Brooklyn tene
ment house early yesterday. The names of
the victims are as follows: August Buno;
Sirs. August Buna, his wife; Sally Buno,
& years old; Johanna Buno, 18 months
old; Lena Calabia, 18 yenrs old; Nicolo
Tralia, 89 years old; Lena Trails, his
daughter, S4 years old; Domlnick Tralia.
his son, 34 years old; baby, 1H days old;
Cornelia Marrettl, 2G years old. The fire
started in the lower hallway of the build
ing, which is a four-story tenement in
Vnion street, and before the sleeping ten
ants could bo warned of their danger all
escape was cut off. The flitues swept up
the stairways and the halls and rooms
were quickly filled . with smoke. Ten of
the tenants wero suffocated in their beds.
Thero were many exciting incidents
connected with the fire. An Italian, whose
naino is unknown jumped from a window
in the third story and escaped with only
a few burns and bruises. An iron ladder
at the rear of the house ran from root to
ground so that it could easily be reached
from the windows. It had been rendered
so hot by the flames, howevor, that the
inmates of the house dared not use it. Ex
cept the fire escapes the only outlet from
the crowded nioius on tho upper floors
was the narrow wooden stairway, escape
by which was cut off soon after the firo
TKKKI RLE FALL OF A STEEL TRUSS.
Kills One Man, Fatally Injures Another
aad Woonds Two More.
New York, April 2. By the fall of a
steel truss at a pavilion under the course
of erection at the Scbuizn park. Union
Hill, N. J., Inst night one man was killed,
one probably fatally injured and two
seriously injured. The dead man is Don
Ills Mcttrath, of West Hoboken. The In
lured are: Emll Karston, New York city,
skull fractured, several bones broken,
will probably die; Ernest Franklin, West
Hoboken; August Nelson. West Hobo
ken the two last named sustaining severe
Injuries of the bead and body. About
thirty-live men were at work almost di
rectly under the truss -as it was being
hoisted. Karstcn and Philip Went stood
upon the truss as it was cent up.
When it reached a height of about forty
feet the derrick ropes broke and the iron
fel! with a crash. Wonts jumped and
saved himself by seizing a ropa, coming
down to the ground uninjured. Karston
was carried down in the crash. If cGrath
was caught beneath the mass aa it struck
the ground and his life was crushed out.
The others Injured managed to get partly
out of the way of the truss as it fell. Sev
eral of the workmen were slightly hurt
by portions of the timbers.
Fiva Irawaed la a River.
Middles bo no, Kv., April Easter and
Allie Anderson and their three children,
together with two horses, were drowned
by the freshet in Powell's river. They
lived on its banks in Lea county, Va.,
twenty miles from here, and tba river
came down with such forca that they
were overtaken and drowned before they
could escape. The latest news from that
section indicates great loss of property
. Thawed Gkaat Pwwder a a Fire.
Victor, Colo., April 3. Edward Cas
key, of Marietta. O.. waa killed and Jo
seph Welgand fatally Injured by aa ex
plosion of giant powder which they were
thawing nt a lire on s mining claim on
which they were working.
Hew rtsildsmt for Hayti.
KlSGSToS, Jamaica, April i-. Copy,
right, ISMa, by the Associated Press. 1 T.
rbaon Sam. formerly minister of war for
Hayti. has been elected preardent to suc
ceed General Hippolyte, deceased, by the
senate and house of representatives. Per
fect tranquility prevails and there are no
indications of any dissatisfaction with the
choice lot axscutlra.
CALL HAS A WARLIKE SPELL.
Beeaas to Waat t Drink Samba) Bleed
with a Year. lag Waafc,
Washixstov, April a Call of Florida
took a twist on the tail of the Spanish
bull yesterday and Indicated a hot desire
to goad that bull to an assnnlt on the
American eagte :f e tught en his roost,
and if rooettng law by offering to the
senate the following resolution; they are
Joint and would require, the president's
signature: . ,
"Resolved, That the continued viola
tions of the usages and rules of war be
tween civilised people, the inhuman and
brutal outrages on men, women and
children, constantly reported on reason
able evidence, either authorizad or per
mitted not only on the Cuban revolu
tionists but also on citizens of the United
States in the war now carried on between
the government of Spiin and the revolu
tionary forces organized as the repdblic
of Cuba, demand immediate action by
the United States, not only for the pro
tection of the citizens of the United States
who have become residents and acquired
interests in Cuba under, treaties with
Spain for their protection, but also under
the higher considerations of a common
humanity and civilization, shamed and
imperiled by barbarities and cruelties
known only in the darkest, most cruel
and most bloody periods of human his
tory. "Resolved. That an adequate naval
force of the United States ahull be imme
diately sent to Cuba, sufficient to protect
by force, if necessary, citizens of the
United States from wrong and the viola
tion of treaty obligations between Spain
and the United States.
"Resolved, That tho president of the
United States communicate to the gov
ernment of Spain these resolutions and
inform that government that the United
States will forcibly intervene to protect
the rights of American citizens and the
interests of civilization if there shall be a
further occurrence of murder and out
rage, or the shooting or putting to death
of prisoners of war in the conflict between
Spain and the revolutionary force of
The resolutions went over under the
JUST SO, MANAGER SWANK.
Bat IS That Rantored Combination, of
Steel Companies a Fact or Not?
Philadelphia, April 3 Jamas A.
Swank, general manager of the American
Iron and Steel association, in response to
a request from the Associated Press for a
statement regarding the rumored combi
nation of ste-l companies, said: "I have
no definite information about a pooling
arrangement, but any arrangement among
manufacturers Is justifiable that secures a
fair reward for capital and labor and does
not unfairly advance prices. There is no
danger that price! will thus bo advanced.
"Our iron and steel manufacturers have
never yet taken undue advantage of their
customers. It is not for their interests to
do thlf, and they will not do so now, but
thoy ought not to be expected to continue
tho ruinous policy of giving their products
away and thus inviting additional finan
cial disaster for themselves and others.
Better prices for iron and steel will bring
better times for everybody."
Philadelphia, April 2. Nearly all ol
tho leading manufacturers of steel billets,
rails, slabs aad blooms, or their repre
sentatives, will meet in New York tonight
at the Hotel Savoy to perfect a combina
tion for tho control of the price and the
nature and quantity of tho output in their
respective branches of the steel industry.
Eighteen of the twenty-five large concerns
in this country are expected to be repro
sented at the meeting.
Dayton. O., yesterday celebrated her
lOUth birthday anniversary.
Because she could not nay her rent and
had baen ordered out Mrs. Mary Bey at
tempted suicide at hor home in Chicago,
firing several shots and causing excite
ment among the neighbors, but failing in
The senate postoffica committee has
taken adverse action on a bill to allow
mail matter of all classes, except that
which fs sent by publishers and news
aimtttO. to he fn.W.nl0fl In i t- ifosfcifi.tlnn
if prepaid one full rate of postage, the re-
miinuer, u any, o do couecieu upon ue
livory. Professor A If T,Mn of Vnrhn.akn
university, was fined 5 and costs for rid
ing nis uicycio on a sidcwalK in vans
Obituary: At Muncie, Ind., Mrs. Nancy
Duckett, 83. At Shoplere, Wis , Frederick
The Omaha city council has passed the
curfew ordinance over the mayor's veto.
Durine last month the ffnwninr nt Till
nois granted nine pardons to state con-
t iui s i wu niuraerers, one perjurer, one
embezzler and five burglars.
Hannah Hatton, aged SJ3, unmarried,
was murdered at Hnllnnil Mn
her way home. There is no clue to the
Paris enemies of Zola are reported to
be preparing an anthology of the objec
tionable words and phrases In his works,
to be presented to the French academy
when he next offers himself as candi
date. During the month of March the IllinoU
secretary of state's receipts were $K! lit.
The secretary paid into the state treasury
during the last six months (89,046, the
largest receipts in the history of the office,
and a gain of 53,00l over any previous six
Sylvester Dixon, the "grain king of
southern Kansas," is accumulating a
great store of corn at Wichita, and four
-i i . . ... ...
J" uuuro ne national Republican con
vention he will start a train of forty cars
of corn for St. Louis.
"Poor man. I w,ntai... m it
remarked Mrs. George Carnegie while
"'"5 luuerai procession as tt
passed her boaaaat Wi.jit K. II.
most before she had finished the sentence
ut mrow up ner nanus, fell forward, and
died Instantly. Heart trouble was the
The notorious outlaw, Carl Thorn, alias
uiamonu roini," who led the raid at
Coffcyville. Kan., and who while a mem
ber of the Dal ton outlaw gang killed four
men, has been kiUed by United States
l)epnty Marshal George Richards at
Dover, O. T. .
Bismarck celebrated the 81 t anniver
sary of bis birth yesterday. Ho has re
ceived hundreds of remembrances of the
Dr. Norman Blackwood, assistant sue.
goon. United States navy, is now living
on shore at Tien-Tsin. the port of Peking
at the head of navigation on the Pel Ho
river. He writes in evidence of the cheap
ness of things in China that be has bought
a pair of horses for to apiece and that bis
three servants deraanl only M a month
for the trio.
INCREASE OF THE PUBLIC DEBT.
Aeewanted far fcy th Isawa ad Beads Al
ready raid Far.
Washingtos, April S. The monthly
statement of the pubhe debt issued .by the
treasury department yesterday shows the
debt, less cash in the treasury on March
SI, to have been fM-3.343,253, an increase
over last month of 0.274,783, which is ac
counted for by an increase of $14,309,623 in
the amount of bonds delivered during the
month, payment for which bad been
made previously. The increase in the
cash during the month amounted to
f8,934,74L making the net Increase 16, 274, -as
The debt is classified as follows: Interest-bearing
debt, f837,4M,149; debt on
which Interest has ceased since maturity,
1,659,510; debt bearing no interest, $374,.
thW,bol; total 1,213,984,00L This, how
ever, does not include 563,909, 2o3 In certifi
cates and treasury notes outstanding,
which are offset by an equal amount of
eash in the treasury.
Boeth-Taeker Arrlvee at Mew York.
New York, April a Frederick St
George Booth-Tucker, recently appointed
by General Booth as commander of the
Salvation Army in the United States to
succeed Balliugton Booth, arrived last
uight on the steamship Majestic.
New York Flwancsal.
New Tore, April L
Honey on call nominally afialii per cent.;
prime mere utile paper 6V,',S per cent.;
tcrling exchange steady, with actual basi
lic jj in bankers b lis at 4M(94Si fur de
mind and 4s794$4si for sixty days; posted
rates. 4t'gM ani 493!i$tlM; commercial
Silver (wrt'flcates. 08V98$te; no sale?; bar
silver, tr"k: Mexican dollars. Mtf
United States government bonds firm;
new. rgiscerl, 1IS.; do coupon, IlOHi
as registered, 113V. 6s coupons, 1I8H; 's
renUterel, 108'v. 4 a coupon, ll; 2's regu
tersi, 95 : Pacific 6 n of I7. lOJ'-i.
Chieag Grain aad Proeaee.
C'hicaoo, April L
Phe following were the ouo:ation on the
Board of Trale today: Whaat April, opened
clone 1 IMc; Mty. o pane I 63?.s, cloied
6J4c; July, openel 1x1; -ho closed 64c Corn
April, nominal clojel Z4?c: Bay,
opened iB'-tC cloud 26: July, opened aoVio,
clowd SOc UaCs April, nominal, clo-ed
IS'ii; Mfy. opuaed 19 V- c!o-d lc;
July, oiwaei l7a, dosed 3)3. Pork April,
oiened ti.IIi'i. iloic-d ;8.50; Hay, opened
cloH-d St 6). Lard April, opened
50J cloied SJOIM,; Hy, opened ti.07! i closed
Proiuee: Butter Extrt creamery. !0j
per lb; extra dtiry. He: psekinf stock. tM10a
Eggs Fresh xtocx 109li);-j3 per dozen- Live
Poultry Ciuckmt S(S.Si: oer lb.
rooxten. 6'jt3 c: turk-y-i. ll(ftlJc: docks. 11(9
12e: ceeoe, $10)il(K) per dos Potatoes
Bnrbank. l7tlJo par bmh -l. Sweet Pota
toes Fair tocutca ti.UJ$!.ii par bbL Ap
pies e air to chicd. - ttaKCLUO per bbl.
Honey White clover, l ib section, fancy. 12(d
Idc per lb.; broken comb. Sg-lJo; extracted.
Veoa. Cranberriej Cepj Coi, t7.00,3a.lM
Chicago Lire Stock.
Chicaoo, April t
Live Stock Prioss at th) Union Stock
xaros today ranrel as follows: Hogs Esti
mated receipts for tUa day. 23 0JJ; sales
ranged at i.0J&l.iJ0 pig-). 13 70 IU light.
li6iJ3.6o rough ptc-kin;. S3.ttii.8o mixed
M SaJ lAPq
and $3(15(93.7 heavy packing and
Cattle Estimated recsinti for the
aOJ; quotations ranged at $4-U(X$4.4J choice
to extra shipping steer fl-7.yoM.OJ good to
choice do., 43.j0aJ.7i fair to gooi, t&&j.6J
common to medium do., taJ0'9'17J batchers
steers, $2.8jQ'l!U stacker tiS5170 feeders.
L5ttU70 cows, l:.UAJ.7j heifers, $20Jt)3Si
bull, tt.5J($38j Texas steers, and $3.00(0)1.2
Sheep and Lambs Eitimatal receipt for
the day, fl,0; sale raugjl at $i9J $3.t
wusWru. U.Ui,Vii Texat tZ. iJjJLW natives,
and W Bxd4.7a lambs.
. Children Cry for
AU Brass, Nickel Plated aad Borna
fA beautiful, thoroughly made and
fia.lv finished Bievd. I.amn .ai ..i
S cyclone proof.
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ea rmipt of prl-e. Si fit. c M.ybe yoa cm Nit
e( rr lxl imier lor . Iltti. Irm- mtk hlmj
THE PUCE TEbhT MF. CO..
147 Caatra St ha Vart
IVIICIT U Interested In lbs Grain HsrkcU
vatim I. A. SIQXLOW 4 CO.
tod advised Jtcim III eatrsns tlx..
BT MAIL OB mm II if
wibb or IU CHICAGO.
ArracTUM Members of the Chicago Board
values. ' 1 nac IO lweul7 years.
Cartful and ptnonal aUtnlion rnnd abtolutt -
crrcy yitagai is iu lotretrotmatc ana tr aaMc
HIGHEST BANK REFERENCES.
THE ABOVE RESUL'
ItquR-aly aiM surely
Kightly Kmieainm. F.vll
Waiaing dstan and ail ent-is of erit-ahum or
exc-as and itidNcmkm. Resfrm lost Vitality.
Power and Failing Memory. Waids elf Inmnlty
and enneumptlon. Cures when all eibmfaiL lnut
ea aaviog viTAI.in. noetner. unMcanxiii
the vest pocket. By mailglMtper packasenrata
for t-.l-OO with aguaranifie to wra wr atcfosMi
awe j . uroittv sree. Avooress
CALUKU KEOfClNE CO-, CHICAGO, ILL
roe asle by BarataU Flsbtr and Baits
A KENTDCIY 1IIRACLB.
JUDGE JOHN M. RICE TELLS HOW
HE WAS CURED OF SCIATICA.
Ctrcalt Jwdge, I
iFrom th CovingUm, A4 AsL)
The Hon. John II. Rice, of Loaisa. Law
rence County, Kentucky , has for the past
two years retired from active life as Criminal
and Circuit Judge of the sixteenth Judicial
District or Kentucky.
He has for many years served his native
Bounty and state in the legislature at Frank
fort and at Washington, and, until his retire
ment was a noted figure in nolitiral and Ju
dicial circle. The Judge is well-known
throughout the state aad possesses the best
qualities which go to make a Kentucky
gentleman honored wherever he is known.
A few days ago a Kentucky Jtaf reporter
called anon Judge Rice, who in the follow
ing words related the history of the causes
that led to his retirement. " It is just about
six years since I had an attack of rheuma
tism ; alight at first, bat soon developing into
Sciatic rbrnmatism, which began first with
acute shooting pains in the hips, gradually
extending downward to my feet.
" My condition became ao bad that I even
tual! r lost all power of my legs, and then
the liver, kidneys and bladder and in fact, my
whole system, became deranged.
" In 1888. attended by my eon John. 1
went to Hot Springs, Ark., ut was not much
benefited by some months stay there. My
liver was actually dead, and a dull persistent
pain in its region kept me on the rack all
the time. In 1890 I was reappointed Circuit
Judge, but it was impossible for me to give
attention to my duties. In 1891 I went to
the Silurian Springs, Waukesbaw. A Vis. I
stayed there some time, but without im
provement. " The muscle of my limbs were now re
duced by atrophy to mere string. Sciatic
pains tortured me terriDiy, out it was uie
disordered condition of my liver that was I
felt gradually wearing my life away. Doc
tors gave me up completely.
" I lingered on in this condition sustained
almost entirely by stimulants until April.
1S93. One day "John saw an account ol
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People in
the Kentucky Pott. This was something
new. and John prevailed upon me to try
them. I remember I was not expected to live
for more than three or four days at the time.
The effect of the pills, however( was mar
velous and I could soon eat heartily, a thing
I had not done for years. The liver began
almost instantaneously to perform its func
tions, and has done so ever since. Without
doubt the pills saved my life and while I do
ot crave notoriety I cannot refuse to testify
to their worth.
Dr. Williams Pink Fills for Pale People
contain all the elements necessary to give
new life and richness to the blood and restore
shattered nerves. They may be bad of all
druetrists. or direct from the Dr. Williams'
Medicine Company, Schenectady, K. for
sue. per oox, ar six ooxes lor az.su.
w Thousands of sincere, a
"earnest ladies, anxious for the welfare of
.their aes, are giving advice similarto this:
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irregularities, displacements, of every na-l
lime iir pumcivciy cvm .1 nomc nt,
w iiu uiivt-iHira locally ana Myrtle
L l onic taken to give strength and vigor.
'Price $1 each.
I All communities hold those who aftx-
veara of unrelieved nifrrin. hav. al.nn
flonea nope ana trri lite slipping awav.a
. .. .- ....... v . ' ... iiiiT-
Abeen thousands that these remedies have J
Vrestored. Little expense. Uuick results.
A Permanent relief. A
AAMPT 3C of the remedies, and a
MOiWir 1E J treatise, that every lady
hntM tan. mrV! h.m. ' V
ictijwu.i.,ui Km uiiKrs..
VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'If
South Bekd, Iki.
Mb. 1L J. SakobsTT, Aent,
U Thirty -seventh St., Twelfth sva. Hock Island
We are showing-our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods ml
1805 SECOND AYE5TJE.
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried coinpanys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tout Patron U Solicited. .
OfiOB 1820, BexKjBd At.
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A PCE f
f NEXT A
THK TBAVKLEB8' GUIDE.
ptTICAOO. BOOK ULAsTD
Railway Ticket can be parrkaa
gage checked at B I r Twentieth
TwmitVts . ,
or CB I P depot eerBer Frt. avenue aad
iinry-wxai sarsw jrsas u. noauaer, Aceat.
Dkavw Llstltea A Omaha,
"t. Worth. Denver At LO..
1 1 SSai
1 1 K
ia At TtM WMmm
!t :.. m
' t StOOps.
ilVIO :40 pot
tl)at Omaha A slinaespolle
Omaha A Des Hotnee Kx..
tUstaha a atnaeepolts Ex..
vwavr, idacoui pats as..,
fit. raal At H uaeaaohs.....
Decree. Ft. Worth K.C..
A - -
Allllal- efawaurtna- tTI.ll. mwmmmm
a" ethers sally Twepaoae luttL
fiandav evenlen a Pullman ih. win K
the d- not after lmao. whtrk ill tnm rrki-
go at S:9S a. aa. Monday.
war Depot First avaai
stisat.au j. Toeaa,
tAAVB. I ABBTVB.
BU U, Bpringteld. Peoria, I i
Bnr. quia via Moaawath e (Mta 145 pat
Ckicaito. awrling, CUatoa A I
Dnbaano It T :36 am 1 1:41 pa
Peoria, Beardstowa. Bur-
UnetonAWeat .. f SHe pm til zto am
t.Pnl A Minneapolis.. Jej pea tao am
Sterling. Clinton Dabnqne t : pm t : pm
St. L . Kansas tlty, tenver I
A Pac Coast rU tialeeh'rg. T A pm' am
'Dally- tDally excopt 8anday.
pHICAOO, MTLW AtTKBB tT. PAUL
Kauway Raotae A aeenawastarn Dlrsjloa
Depot TwentieU etreet. between Fins and
Second STCnuea, L. H. Oraer. Axent
lAaVa I aaarm
t:Sfl ami tranpni
S.-OO am :Siaa
Freight and AccomBodatn.
Dally except Sanday.
Dock Isuastd a Pxobxa Kailwat
Depot First Aveane and Twentieth street,
kastera Kx. "The Trtlby".
Peoria a bl Louts Mall kx..
Peoria A ecom. Freight.....
: V) pa
hafu - n .1 v a. n .u .
avenue) depot Sve (S) mlnntee earlier than tune
given. Trains marked daily, all other trains
dally except Baaday.
DCRLIKOTOH, CBDAB BAFUM a
f Korthera Kail way, depot foot of Brady
street, Davenport, das. aortoa, wea Tkt A
Davenport Trains. Lbavb Aaarva
Paascnuer ..... bT:SS pm blO:A4 aa
Fratght vim m a9:6pa
West Liberty Tra.nf tWonh. taoath.
Psasiitiasi . M:10sa bWnpa
" - alOSpa as:l&am
"Wo, ... .... b7asi
MlkU.M.... bS:4flpm b'.l:45aa,
a 11:49 pa M:00aa
a Daily, busily except ttunoay. ftloing north.
tOoug South and aast. No. II runsbstwesa
Oedar Bapias sad Wast Llbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Davenport 4 10 am 7 10 aa 1 SS pa
Perry etreet depot
Lv RocX Island ISia Warn 1 40 pa
GUI 4 F Depot
Lv Kock Island 417am SOSam 1 4Spa
Twentieth at Depot
Ar Peoria 7 K am 11 10 aa 6 00 pa
Ar Bloomlngtoa SISaa 1 17 pa SKpaa
Ar Indianapolis maipm (16 pa IBia
Ar Louisville.... CEO pa 7 46 ant
Ar Cincinnati.. 15pm SOS pa 7S0aa
ArDsyton. 10 SO pes ! S It aa
Ar Colnmbas. lUpa ItUta TSUaa
Ar Jacksonville... 106& aa 7Siipm
Ar Sprlngneld. 10 tx aa SHlpa lOOaa
ArStLoois. I Upa ansa
Ar Lincoln.... tfsam 8 at pa
ar Decatur........... 11 19 aa 45 pa
Ar Mattooii 1 10 pa If 04 pa
Ar Kransville (40pa (f) mm
ArDecatar SOS pa 44pa
ArTerre Baote TOOpa
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK ULAsTD TO BT. LOCI.
Linei east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
traina to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agoat.
TUMin DM 000US
Baths of all kinds, including
Turkish, plain, shampuo, eleo
trio, eleotro-thermal, etc., maj
be obtained at the Ssnitarinm
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladles From I a. m. to
13 m. on week dajs For Gen
tlemen From 2 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.
EleotiSo aad Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business hours.
Gymnasium connected with ball
II. M. BBIGGS,
Real Estate, tarance, Loans
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1508 Second Are., Bock Island.
Have on band en lota in gwatk Rock Island ea
easy (eras; Just oalslee tba dty lialls; good
water; low taxes, aad cbwbb lnsuraare. Tea Iota
oa Tlilrty-etgbta street sad Fifteenth even aa.
t entFcrof electa at noawte hs she die