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for Infants and Children.
PnOTHERO, Do You Know ,
UUU """"I Drops, tssdfaay's trdml, taaoy uolU atoothma; Syrups, end
meet inaiisilha for afafldaea an composed of opium or morphine I
PTw KitwaiiiniMMMMqirfri.Mimil ,iuluusl
Pa Tow Kn-owihat act susnuhs drntTrjatsar not ra-mitnVt 10 BaB nsi milks
Jfthoat labrUac Ibaai aobnaaf
Po Taw Kiww that yoa atedd act parnft aa? nedtdne to be clvea m caftl
antra yes ar your phyrldaa know a what it la
ItoJfcaiJCMar that (Majlt a punty vaseubta atapantloD, aa4 ika a bt q(
fta ntTeoMeta f puUiahed wtta every bottle r
PoTow Kawer that Cartorla I tb eraanrniUu. rf tn. f.,. r fw
That K he beea hi aaa for nearly thirty reus, and that soare Castoria la bow sold than
M aS ether fanwdta far ehOdraa combined f
PwTaw K w that the Patent Oftoa Deparmuat of the rotted States, and of
enter eeeatriea, have hamed aaeiaah fight to Dr. Father and ate nnia to am the word
CaaWU aad ka I cjrmum, aad that to taitate them b a atata prison ofiona t
PaToW K -ar that Ml pith raian.l fn. eranlin. I.I. nrf--n.it tV.-- li ...
Secaaae Caatorm and beaa pre iaa to be ahoslatejy harm leaat
Po Tow Know the 35 aTart( doses of Castoria are furnished for 35
ant a, or 00 oast a dose
P T j Kaexthat when r 11 1 I of thla narleet nwntka. vmat caiUr ai
ka kept wrll, aad that may hava onfarokaa raat t
Wall, tap tfctaura ara worth haowfag. They m facta
Tao fn aim'!.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh 5c Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanent! located la Dareaport, Iowa.
DO. T. H. WALSH,
rWmartv Cilaleal rnmni. la twaea'Ahleaaa'a
laaalar med'cal aaliaraa. I
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive
rani'r, weak memory, BMatal Salaalcu. or
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis. Blood,
inner. ur aad Bala diseases caa ba aalckly aad permanently earad by oar adraacad aya-
VARICOCELF Is the most actire cause of nenrons debility. Why
amnikwthn)mwaoawaouftatMyoaaptaaaaatcarlaaTaa days by oar
Btviawir ll4iuola cawd la Uu aaya -ao aala.
WOMEN Sollerlnjf from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult na
w rarvd mitf raw rlmiau aspclaa. and wa may W aala to eora Toa. flarrtoal
ainikm pcrforard at your boaM it daaliad. AMoadaal aad brain aaigary a apadalty.
OUR CKKDEN TIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ac-
mwiHfimfM w un nalrm Ima to aowvpaaan fur oar ramarkabla rarea is both
avutml u rnrr"rl cam it proof concluvlr lUat oar -iidraaoad BMtaoda car waaia ad
'II. TxatT'oro. do mrr IIbm
r ar U
. Ji . 1 bet I a tu in en rjr
rt ' t If aot, do ant eiprriateat aay
rffrr HjH) to ? prurm
ilo otbrr rpartaliau offer yoa
o ONLT CURABLK
''fna'aaanttau.wni. 11 uaUrca oared kyaull. Bon rat tots.atoa.1tot. B ax day
OtnCE HI W. Third St. McCallongh. Bulldlnt?. Darenport, Iowa.
bbatibti Ara TBamxATna nanaaru.
1 I aw lIHa, than, cltxl
k a ... 1 .Brt. ai
" 1 w wwsa rt fa m fatprw ajay afteV a MajdB
For aala at Harper House Pharmacy, Roek Ialaad.tll.
Carpenter and Builder.
OtnCE, EOt mi SIXTH ATEBUX. ,
Uof on Yin Btraat TLQCZ XSLAlTDa
,MA 0My.B'"f wniaoa-to-CHaf a
drains, sleeplessness, threatened In
tar other eaodiu'in ana to mm nkmk.
with otnrra. hnt txavalt u t oae aad ram'a
diwu that ynu ca b eurrd. liar yoa nmod
loafer, bateinealt a at one
W r make II as object fur yoa to laraa.
taab a fair propoalUoa.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
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 in BOCK ISLAND aad HOLINB
IW Wtiiai TVMrlty. LM Sen) fum
atrwreiraaa a4 ewar OAmassia. BMsai awt caarea,
cftxd ante, tall recahr italaai I. If aagctrd.
isrel iaTafW, , Ba v. i -. r w
Chance to Invest in Bonds of
tha New Republic
THT XnilOI DOLLAES FOS 8ALE.
rayaata Taw Taara Altar tka
Ara ftwealliS TJpM ta
teat Kxpaeted to Taka Tkaa Gladly aa
arldiaaa of Syaaahy WaU Straat
lagr TWy WU1 slaU Wall Bpata at Da
atotoa Babl Tlataataa at BaaaV
Naw TOBK, April 10. The World pub
)Whes the foil win it: Gold bonds of the
ProTialooal BepuUIo of Cuba" wiU soon
ba on the market. The securities are al
ready ewgrered. Sealed proposals for their
pore baas ham hare been asked, so that
the Ions; anticipated financial mors on
the part of the RerolationUts le actually
made. The entire Issue planned is 110,
006,000, bnt the first debenture will in
volve only 12,000,000 of the whole. Ths
bonds are to ba of coupon form, payables
In gold at 0 per cent., in denominations of
11.000, BOO, f 100. and fjO, principal and
Interest payable in Harana or Kew York.
The recitals In tho bonds make .the prin
cipal dne ten years after the erocnation of
Cuba by the Spanish forces, and ail reve
nues are pledged to the payment of prin
cipal and interest.
Wall Straat Think They Will Sell.
It Is understood that while tho time Is
rpociflod for the redemption of the
Coupons, piyment may be deferred until
tlx months after the cvacatlon by Spain.
Tory are receivable as taxes in the pro
portion of ono-flfth. There is no up-set
price, bat no bid under CO per cent, of the
toco valao will bo received. The authority
to Issue the bonds is conferred upon
Iomas Estrada Pal ma, delegate
plenipotentiary of the republic of Cuba
to the United States, by Suivador Clsneros
lietancourt, president of the republic.
Several Wall street bankers when seen in
rofcronco to the issue expressed their be
lief that tho bonds would command a fair
Ho torn Jnat Yearning; for Them.
Edward F. Draper, of Boston, president
of the (.lube Elootria Light company,
said: "I have coire over .here especially
In quest of Cuban bonds. I have reason
to believe that I can plncn at least a quar
ter of million of them. There is no doubt
about the flnanclnl success: of the issue.
The people of Boston, knowing that the
proceoda of the bonds aro to ba Invested
solely for the purpose of furthering the
war, will invest largoly through sym
pathy." It is said that one of the ablest
men in Wall street is conducting the
bond issue for the committee of three Cu
ban merchants appointed by Delegate
Palrua some time ago to perfect the de
tails cf the deal.
REPORTS or 1IATTI.ES IJC CUBA.
Babels Playtna; Haove with the Spanish
Forces, Killing Many.
Tho World this morning prints the
following correspondence from Santiago do
Culm, dated April 0: A Spanish force of
1.40U men mado up from the Simanca
regiment and the Mnnzanillo guerillas
under Colonel Santos defeated 800 insurg
ents nndcr Tainaya, April 9, near Vo-
quita (M anzanillo). The insurgents lost
twenty-eight killed and sixty-s-jven
wounded. The Spanish loss was insigni-
This dofeat enraged the rebels who.
aware that Spanish Genoral Gonzales
with 1,000 men mast pass a place called
Gnllogo that day. decided to lay in wait
for them. The rebels were reinforced by
l'uyal s and V llson s parties until they
As soon as (he Spaniards appeared the
Cubans began firing steadily. General
Gonzales placed his vanguard in charge
of Colonel Mondoz, who made a gallant
defense, bnt tho reb-la gained a complete
victory. The Spin is h abandoned the
field, leaving eighty-tbrco dead and 14?
wounded. Of the Cubans nine were killed
and twenty-four wounded. The Insur
gents captured sixty guns and a large
quantity 01 ammunition.
General Obregon, with 1,830 Spanish in
fantry and cavalry, met tho insurgent
forces of General Higlnls Vogqucz, 800
strong, near fesgua do Tauaina Tho in
surgent loader attacked tho Spanish van-
gunrd with rifle and the flanks with a
machote charge, which bo terrorized the
soldiers that the column became demoral
ized and flod. General Obregon found
himself in imminent danger of capture.
Of the Spaniards ninety were killed and
183 wounded. The rebels lost fourteen
killed and thirty wounded.
The Spanish commander Garrldo with
ono battalion of regulars and his gueril
las, 800 In all, met Bobol Loader llonno.
with L7W men, near Monte Sono planta
tion, March 3L There was fighting for
more than an hour, both sides suffering
heavily. According to private reports the
(Spaniards lost nearly 890 killed and
On the 8rd Instant the Spanish Colonel
Tejoda, with the Asia and Iaoon battal
ions and the guerrillas of Palme Soriano,
Cristo and Dos Cnminos, l.oOi) strong, had
an encounter in Banabacoa, near Dos
Camlnos, with the rebel Colonel De-
metrio Castillo and two parties mora than
800 In number. The insurgents fonght
desperately for an hour, and the Spaniards
had to retreat to Dos C aminos, leaving
twenty-eight killed and ninety wounded.
The insurgents lost nine killed and thirty
CUB AX MATTERS TK2I TEAM AGO.
Wkn Wa Talked AIM at latorveaaiac, ht
Stayed Out mt the Onnae.
WaSHISGTOS, April 16. The president
baa transmitted to eongresa without com
ment the correspondence called for by the
senate at tho Instance of Senator Hoar
relative to the attempt at mediation
made by the United States goverment
during the course of the preceding rebel
lion in Cuba. Tha leading feature is the
letter of Secretary Fish to United States
Minuter Caleb Cashing at the Madrid, in
1ST5, setting out at great length the evils
of the situation aa It then existed in
Oaba, aad euggesting many reforms that
tha Spanish government should pat Into
operation in Cuba to correct these abuses.
Conies of this note were submitted to all
of the courts of Europe, apparently to
pave the way for the intervention that
was hinted at in case Spain failed to profit
by the suggestion of c ish; but the con'
eluding chapters of the eorrespondenci
show that tao effort to Intervene came to
naught aad that tha rocogaiUori of the
belligerency of the Insurgents was held up
CARLISLE TO CHICAGO PEOPLE.
oaey ta Bte Craw
at tha Aaditorlnm, '
CHICAGO, April 16. Hon. John G. Carw
lisle spoke on the currency question at tho
Auditorium last night before an audience
that filled the great hall to the utmost.
The address was delivered under the au
spices of tha laboring men of Chicago, aad
ther were there In full force, nearly three
quarters of the crowd being working men.
Many local Democrats ware anxious to
obtain an Interview with Carlisle on the
political eituation In Kentucky, but be
firmly declined to talk politics in any way.
He said that he had come to Chicago to
make an address on the currency ques
tion, and that nothing could Induce him
to talk politico. His address was greeted
with much applause and gave groat satis
faction to his hearers.
After discussing the question on the
basis of the principles of finance the sec
retary took up the matter of the effect of
free coinage on savings banks. He said:
According to the latest reports the sav
ings banks In your own state hold 124,-
57.400 on deposit for 83,802 people, or an
average of 6257 tor each depositor, and In
the whole country they hold $1,810 507,000
for 4.875. Dispeople. or an average of f3(l for
each depositor. State banks, trust com
panies and private banks hold (1,840,888,-
000 for about 1,500,000 people, ana national
banks hold Cl,701,G53.iUl for l,ljg,3i0 de
positors, of whom 1,734,000 have less than
11.000 to their creaitv ucsiucs ineso in
stitutions there are 6,000 building and
loan associations in the United States,
having about 1,800,000 shareholders, male
and female, who have paid dues in good
money, amounting to more than $500,-
000,0oa There are nearly 70) of these as
sociations in the state of Illinois alone.
'More than 7.500,000 of our people havo
taken out life insurance policies, which
are now in force, amounting to tl,8&i,-
837,82a, and havo paid the premium on
them year after year In good money, while
the mutual benefit and assessment and
co-operative and fraternal companies and
associations have 3,510,000 members, who
havo contributed a large part of their
earnings to the funds held to reimburse
losses sustained by sickness or death. The
obligations of these companies and asso
ciations to their members amount to $5,-
lt4.e70.OTS: and the industrial companies
in the United States have a membership
of 6.010,038, with insurance amounting to
(16,050,678 in addition to all the forego
ing, and it is constantly increasing.
The banks, trust companies, building
associations, and other similar institu
tions, owe the peoplo of tho United states
today t5,r3,13S,;21 for money actually de
posited, a sum nearly eight times greater
than tho total capital of all the national
banks in the country; while the life insur
ance policies held by tho people in the
various kinds of corporations and associ
ations and in force today amount to $10,
ro3.804.357, a larger sum than has been
actually Invested in all our railroads, ana
about fifteen times larger than the capi
tal of all the national banks.
In vtow of these facts, which cannot be
successfully disputed, I submit that you
ought seriously to consider all the con
sequences to yourselves and your lellow
citizuns before you agree to the free and
unlimited coinage of legal tondur silver at
a ratio of 10 to 1, In order that these great
corporations and associations may have
the privilege of discharging their debts to
tho peoplo by paying 61 or X! cents on tho
dollar, for that is exactly what It means."
At the conclusion of tho secretary s re
mark J. C. ltobcrts, who was in the
audience, rose from his seat and began to
talk. There were loud hisses and cries
Sit down," but Roberts kept on. Finally
several policemen started down the aisle
end Roberts subsided. There was much
excitement in tnc nail lor a low minutes.
WHAT WAS THAT DIFFICULTY!
Blob of Negroes Dispersed by the Sheriff
aad the Leader Killed. .
Atlanta. April 10. A special to The
Journal from Scluia, Ala., says: News
reached this city at 11 o'clock at night
that the residence of Judge Alonzo Irwin,
soven miles west of Sulma, was surround
ed by negroes who threatened to murder
the family, sheriff Kcnnody and a posse
hastened to the scene. The nogroes heard
the posse coming to tho house and dis
persed. The leader, Lcwcllcn Osborne,
was found In his house a short distance
away. The door was forced onen and Os
borne stuck a gun through the crock and
attempted to shoot. Tho sheriff fired into
tho house, and Osborne, who had refused
to surrender, ran out, gun in hand.
1 he posse tired on him and ho fell mor
tally wounded, living but ' flftv minutes
thereafter. Uis dying statement was to
the cllect that tho mob around the honso
intended to set fire to it and to murdor
tho family if they ran out. Two of the
ringleaders have been jailed. The troublo
grew out of a diuiculty between Judge
IllMols State Bankets.
Srr.ISGFIELD. Amil 16. Tha nxncntlvn
council of the Illinois State Bankers' as
sociation met here and appointed the
touowing ueiegatcs to American Bankers'
association at ac ixmls, ctept. 23, 1896:
Dreyer, E. S. Lacy, WrvA, Hammond;
Chicairo: Homer MrVm , O..!. . Uk,
Mitchell, Kock Island; 'Frank 'Elliot,
.jacKsonviue; a. 11. Harris, Champaign.
Ufa In a Colorado Cltv.
Central City. April ML Samuel
Oonngton, an ore hauler. In a rage caused
bv attachments on 1,1. mm tnt,
Marshal Michael Kellcher and ex-Mayor
Dick Williams. Covington then started
w uiito uu in uu wagon and was pursued
by 100 men. Henry Lehman shot Coving-
HI. UIUU mm. ivcllfihnp a nTrontml
dltt. Williams will recover.
OaUty of First Dearaa Maeae.
Grasd Rapids. Mich., a rii in tk.
trial of J. S. Herbert Holmes for shooting
Albert S. Johnson, a street railway con
ductor, while enaramd in n im.mil
last night with a verdict of murder in tha
ur wpn 1 no result was a surprise
all engaged on the case, a verdict of 1
quittol or manslaughter at most being
Befcrlna Sea Treaty Wanned.'
Washingtos, April 16. The senate In
executive session yesterday ratified the
ttennng aea arbitration treaty. The
treaty provides for a commission to arbi
trate the claims made by citizens of Una-
land against the United States for seizures
of vessels engaged in tho capture of fur
seats prior w iiie x-aru award. .
Mlaaiaaary Kaapp as Alappa,
COXSTAXTWOPLE. April 16. He v. George
P. Knspp, the American missionary sta
tioned at Kims who waa charged by the
Turkish authorities with stirring np the
Armenians to revolt, ana who was after
ward said to be detained by tho vali of
LhartMlur, na arnnca at Aieppo.
EIGHT HOUR DAY IN "I HE MINES,
Idea lad area d, Wt a Strlka Left aa tka Bs
ISBTKMliw, Mlciu, April 16. The np-
per Michigan mine w ushers, through
their delegates In convention here, have
decided to demand an eight-hoar work
day.- The vo was qnanlsaoos. It was
agreed that the present conditions ware
unfavorable for makiag an Immediate de
mand, owtsur to tha overstocked condition
of the ore market and the suppoaad will
ingness of mine owners to suspend opera
tions, and It was decided to refer the duty
of making the demand to the executive
council with lust ructions to aot as It aees
b vera! mlns? eomnanlesaredlseliarsTln
nnlon men. three concerns bavin dia-
charged l,(oO within a few weeks, and this
is considered far more likely to eanse an
enrly strike than the eight-hour question.
u a stria is Inaugurated it will throw
41,000 men out of work, and rover the
states of Wisconsin, Michigan and Min
nesota. Olva the Uavil Urn ttmm
Chicago, April 16. The Inter Ooean,
referring to statements that Holmes In
his confession lies as to several eases of
murder he claims, says that be never
claimed to have murdered Kate Durfee;
that tho Latimor who has been found liv
ing is not the Litimer Holmes claims to
have killed, and says that If Dr. Russell,
Kenc van Tassall, or Tassaud, or Robert
Latimer will address - the city editor of
that paper they will hear something to
their advantage. They must be the par
ties, however, mentioned in Holmes' con
fession. Uot Wffmther at DntMiejoe, " " ,
DTTIUIOKK Ia. Anril 1A TWrnnmnkm
marked 00 yesterday, a change of 26 de-
ruu3i iu seven nours.
Kew York Financial.
New Tors. April IS
Money on call was easy at 3U per cent.:
prime intrcuit.ta paper eufi!!- per cent.;
sterling rxehsn?u steady, with actual busi
nun in I:miC'm- 1iIU at 4! H8i for de
raiuid and tHT'dlii for sixty day; posted
rate. 48ia(l$4 anl 4a3j-AiJ); com inure ial
Silver corfilnata. C7aHio: no aalai: bar
sitvr, 67i; Mexican dull r. aSJ.
United btatM Kovernmnnt bond steadv:
new ' rvoiniered, ex-int , 110'; do euupoua,
117! il 6 resiiturod. ex tnt ,11'-';;; 5' coupons,
1W.S; 4' registiTed. 1; ennpons, 1UV;
2 registcral. K; Pacifle a g of W. 101
ChJeas Grain aad Prodaea.
Chicaoo. April UL
Thn follnwInT wnre the Quotation on tha
Board of Trate todar: What AoriL onened
04'ge. ohxel fiac; M.v. opinol 65a, closed
66'jc: July, opened Coje closed (Vro. Corn
April, nominal, closet a?;: May.
opened lOVje, cloud 30la; July, opened 81x
cloicd 31V.3. Oats Aprd. nominal, closed
lue: Mar. opened lHt closed l!FKc:
July, opened 20H"- cloved Pork April,
ovened $.S34- doted 18 62; May. onened
H.A7! elo-l ti-Slit Lard April, opened
IIIC'J cloied tl tti; May. opened 11.05 closed
Prodnca: Butter Extra creamery. 16a per
in.: extra dairy 103; train pakinz stock.
Ka)0e. Ki??a Fresh stock. W')U43 per dos
Live Foaltry Tarknys. 8 all 20 per lb ;
chickens, taen-t, 9c; roosters, 5a)"Sc; dusks
ll(lJa;ome l.0i)J per doa. Potatoes
Burbanlt, TS&Ua pir bo.: mixol. lMUs,
Sweet potatjei J0K:7i per bbl Apples
Fair to tonoy, i((i.74 per bbl.- Vraa
b-rries Jerseys, I .l)J:i.5J per bbL Honey-
White clover, lg)l4c per lb.; broken comb, S
Chiiiasa Uva Stoak.
Cnioaoo, April 1&,
Live 8to Priess at ths Union Stsex
Tarda today raaeed aa follows: Hoes feriti-
mated receipts for the day, 33.0JU; aales
ranired at ks.uko4.ou pin, a.B)a.oj nint
13.8XM40 rnash paoklnx. $3Wi8J mixed,
and ti-i5'10i heavy paeklac and shipping
Cattlo Kitimstel receipt i for ths day.
9.0J0; qootations rangad at 44. 11(1.70 ehoica
to extra ehipping- steers, tlSJWtia good to
choice do 13. 7 J 94 01 Uir to rL I3.03.7J
common to medium do f3.ax93.70 butcaenr
ateen. t 80(3141 tockor. 3.4i 18 feeders
ll.SJ(ea.7l eowa. te.S0aU.73 heifer. tSOKAlftS
bolls, ta.1094.2i Texas steera, and 0-(iJ(&6.a
Bheep and Lambs Intimated receipts for
the day. 10WM: sales ran Bed at ws. ojnt. UU weat-
era,taiO(ittJ6 Texan R30(4.W naUvea, and
Tka Taeal Markata.
Oorn esc. '
Hay-Tuaoaiy, tit; upland, t90T2; wild,
SotMt; Slouch, ntMB; IhuouTssMIMO; millet,
Better Fair to choice, 15c; fresh
fires Frash. se,
Cattle Botcher pay for eora fad stasis
SHc&Wiacows aadseifsr. KeeOtc; calvas.
Spclac laab-tl JOOM a head.
Children Cry for
Sctcsl of Dress lilzi
Oar SCHOOL Is decidedly
the best .plaee in this Tiein
ity to learn the entire art of
French Dress Makinr. Pupils
make dresses while learning;.
Good positions for competent
persons. Fashion plate and
Bedaoed Bates for the next SO
days to those taking tha.systent.
' " 4.01:31.
BaaaaiaS aad 4, MeWan naflate,
IVUroBT.IA. . ,
a eiaajrW M. B7 ,r-BB aarw 1j
tnilTHIT WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sobs.
A Lady Attorney.
Her career threatened by an
instttions foe. How it
Mrs. Alice Kom. waa the ft rat A-w attor
ney in HntchMsOB. All admire the energy
and cleverness that have eiven her promin
ence. Few know kow arari, he yarwr was
ended by troubles pecnliar to her aea. which
baffled her physicians. Here is a portion of
her atatcment. "When I Ixean the nac of
Wil.l Oli -re and
Myrtle Tonic. I
had been severely
afflicted a year
and confined to
my bed three
weeks. Had se
vere pnlna aad no
rest lor some time.
The a rat applica
tion gave me rc
frcahfog alcep and
la two weeks I
waa at work, srel-
mg atronger than
I had in tbne
H utchinaon, Kan.
fafl to core the irregularltiea, displacrnienta,
and diseaaca that aap the vitality of women.
Ladies shrink too, from the exposure of treat
ment, and often awncr in ailence rather thna
euhmit to it. Thcwc remedies arc a solntitm
of the problem. Wild Olive m a local treat
ment, m Title Tonic, a constttntionnl remetl v.
with tbem ladies caa positively care them
aelvea at home. 1'ricc SI. each. Samplca and
VICTOK MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
Sonth Bend, Ind.
Mas. li. J. SAMnrr, Agent,
We are showinffour
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
1805 SECOND ATE5UC
AH Brass, Mlckal Plated aad Baraa
A beantifnl. tharaawhlv aala a
Saely Saisbed Bicycla Lamp, jelt aad
Seat aar put of ra eonr rweaa seaaaet)
aa isaalpt of prtea. at at. (Harb. ye eaa ear
at year taaal aaalw Ee a lUUa ka 1 aak klavl
THE PLACE TEIST MFQ. CO,
hsu at, awa isrs.
Baths of ell kinds. Including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained nt the Sanitarian
Bath Booms, oa the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
IS m. oa week days For Gen
tlemen From 8 p. m. to 10 p. to
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Eleetrie and Bleotro-thermal
baths may be obtained nt any
time daring easiness hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bati
ssOy. Oolckty sad PTmarjaotly Bi
CaxanaarEn wuu Ksasnr
ft is sold oo a poeMrea
traarantea to cars aay
ma ot nervosa proa
tmicaAr any dnmrder
of tb. ansitaf crpna wt
tber arc, canard
txjfOTO. by eseesa ass of
Tnaaaan. AVbn or UDlnm. or
of yavthfnl IncWretion or over Indshuiain
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KJlMiln.irf thM Brain. W
bhii j, iieanng unrn pain. bomira w
km i , jioranraal ErniaWM, man
teas of Power and I amotaaev. which if
amy lead to aramaliii.ohl aea and leaanitv.
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k tetand toa aaoury at a aaiiiniaa I aurols
. B-KBTIA VXPICDIB CXX. Detrait,
faad kji. r.Baksam,ecsklat. Bock
"for a ouiex Ana.-Duam.sm
APPLIED AND POLISHED WITH ACLOTTf
Wholesale Grocers, Rock Island
TUB TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
1 -HIUAHO, BOOK ULAWD a rAClPIO
Ballway Ticket csn he pnrrhassd or ha
ChTiei,t ' Twtetl, rwetd.5
f f "S WWI rtftA avenu. sad
fthty-erst streetjTsok B. Plnnmer. AgmU
Danrtt Lmlia A t kr.w
It. Worth, Denver m K.ol'
Omaha Dea Moine
tOaMha a U inneapoit
OBsabaaDea Meuuea x..
tpaaaha a Xinaeaiiolls lx.
Dearer, Uneola A Ofaaaa.. .
St. rani a ninMapoKs....
Denver, Ft. Worth A &.O..
iRock Islmrd a Waahinirlon
tXlcajro a Des Maine
Mock lslsndaguiait Aeeoa.
1 1 tfpm
. ArrtvaL tDspsrtara. tD,exa? Bandar.
bana. eyeavrs a Pailaisn leeper wlU ba at
"P? :. which wiU leave for Cbica
ga at S:ae a.m. Bonday.
BVKLWGTOR BOUTX C, B. a O. aAIL
way Depot Plret avaaae aad txteaalfe
rtreet, M, J. Toonc. axoat.
St, U, tiprinirliekl. Peori.,1
Bar. vuln via Honmoatli a j
1 f SB pat
Oicaao. Bierllng, Clinton A
Peoria, Bcardtowa, Unr-
i t t:4Bpai
linxtoa a W cat.... ..
St. Paul AMinnaanolia...
t tSpm tllOaas
S:Spe fjo am
Sierling. Clinton m Doboqiie
St. L, . Kanra Cltv. Denverl I
a Pac Coaat via Oalcah'rg ,e tat pa f -JS am
Dallx. tUaily except Soaday.
pHICAOO, SHI.WAITKKB a ST. PAUL
Hailway Racme a Saatkwaataia Dtvlsloa
-Depot Twentieth street, baiweaa rtnt aad
Srcond avenues, L. H. Oraer. Axeat.
TRA1W8. Lasva. aaarve
tall and Kxprea t hi :tnpm
M.Pan I Bxpree truO pat 1 :!aa
Fretght and Accomsnlatn. sw am t : nt
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Islabtd a Pbobia Batlwat
tX Deeot First Avaaaa and 9mmi,mS
K. L, Uo, agenb
Rastera Bx. -he Trllhe"
Peoria a btLoui Hail Aa.
Peoria Aceoin. Freight......
11 : am
t :M pat
Paareneer trains leave CLLIP. ntalin.
.uhw ..., v, ,uuu mm vm i in ian
Kivca, Train marked a sally, all other trains
RoRuiraToir. Ckdab Rapids
horthera Kallwsy, depot foot of B
street, Dartsaport. Ja
Wot Liberty Train
at :1 turn
MS :48 pm
bUallr execm henaar. tuotaf north.
fGoftf Sonta and east. Ke. IS runs bata
Oadar hapias and Want Ubsity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Davenport 410 am 110am ISSpm
Perry Street depot
LvRoeklslaad . 4SSaa I St am lSOaat
CHI A P Depot
Lv Bock island 4 IT am SOS am leases
Tweatietk at Depot
Ar Peoria w.... f SB am 11 SO am SO pm
At BJoominxtoa....... tlftam I IT am ISia
Arladiaeapatts SOOpm IHm S K am
Ar Loei-Tille..... SnSpm T4Saa
At Cincinnati.. ........ Sltpn, OS pm 7 JO aa
ArDaylon. lOSOpm 8 IS am
ArCofamba. SIKprn if team I St am
Ar JarknTllle... 10 M am T Ml pm
Ar Hpriruraald. 1U it am tlpm Irvjtm
ArBt UwU.. ....... . ( tSpm (Mam
Ar Lincoln ttsaai SSSpm
ar Decatur............ 11 10am S4ipm
Ar ttalfcwn.. .......... ll'lpm IS fb pm
ArKrsnevule.......... C4Mpa t(am
ArDacatar SOtpm Satpm
A r Terr Haute TSOpm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOOK ISLAHD TO ST. LOUIS.
Lines east of Peoria carry throagh
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
John VollK t5s Co,
Sash, Doers and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork for Bolldera
itu street, astfA sad atfe an