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Caatoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic subaUuice. It Is a li armies eubstitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is Pleasant. Its ffnaranteo Is thirty yean use hy
Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
fererishness. Castoria prevents Yomitlnr Sour Cord,
cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relleres
teething troubles, cores constipation and flatulency.
Caitorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, siring healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
Tnseorls la aa exorllent medicine for eU
drva. Mothers bats) repeatedly had na of Ma
guod tfact upon their children.
Da. O. C Owoot,
Cmctnrto to UM bm ranwd fir cliildna of
wakh I ara acrpiaialesl 1 hup- t'at day to sot
f ar dtatant ba rantbera wlU enaalJer the nal
kiserrot of their children, ant una Castoria in
trad of the varlousuuack aoatrmna which ara
oVttmjrloj Ih -!r lorrd cars, bj forelng opium,
mrpaiaa, Boothia ii rap and other hurtful
aavwt eTnwa then thmoix, thereby arndim
then h icaimliira granm."
Im. J. T. IneniM,
The Caataa Compear, TI Uomy Street, Bear Yark City.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh &- Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Inititnto Ferrrenently located in Davenport, Iowa.
' DO. T. 11. WALSH.
Po-mstlyCiiBlcaJ fiunwaus tarweof Oiifaattf
;d'a( aedtaal !(
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains. sIcrDlflssne. threaten,! in
rJ'T'iwrk rueinorj, m ratal Seiuslons, or
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism. Scrofula, Syphilis. Blood
Kidap., Llrr .ca Kkln dtMiwa caa b. qnickly and panraamtlv eared br oor advanca-l
t. m of Uf-fttctnw
VARICOCELE It the most sctiTe cane of nervous debility. Why
BMtnth. with a-bar bni raaraataa yoa a permanent cor la arrea day by onr t
MMhodf Hfdroc. lrurd ta ihraa 6j aopala. '
U'l IM t"V Wi.ltl.
... -.,.. .., nuiu iii.--bi.-t. prvunar to infir aex annaia conaatt aa.
" ' ' " wia.T r... . Kii up aovaitw, aart w- may ba abla to cu-. toa aarcwml
' , .u.i.i-Miu.1 mu nrwa aar)CIT a apariaity.
OUK CKKDKNTIAL5 and Tp.tlmonlala are the IWt The nomeroaa ao
trowlrtg-m i w. k. rrwl.-d rmm tic B.w-papar. for oar ramarkahia can ta hot
- .. .i nriir-ia nif pnyq cnnciaam umi oor d atx awtid ear when- all
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-f.t f aamw pmr'u, oar rfwtenllal. falw a'e make I a nbj-ct for r"a to t-iaa-tiaa.auan.
o attwr .pwcUlata offar yoa aoab a fair Dtouo.iton
II Vi'eTit' r"M 9r' n"Sr' ' bT atall. Hoara to U. to ft. T to . auidaya-
OFriCE HI W Third St,. McCollongh, Bnildine. Da Ten port. Iowa.
aSATisa a am Bamutnaa aaonraatw.
tf-raa"' ttmin f stall v. HitM irrakfiv, wtlrd, M rwte aaaa. wnn
AiT-lll US WrU, ft. - r-r-lrf w erWc a lsa ar.Sjr4r t CUTS M IXftaBfad U-S SSMtory. aV-Ws,--
Fcr nt H-.rrer Hon.e Pharmacy, Root IilnndJU.
Carpenter and Builder,
OIFICE, KO: J8J1 SIXTH AVENUE.
She on Vint street. IX0C3 w.Ann
" Cn-torin to ao well adapted to ebGdraa thai
1 recommend it assuporiur toaaj prrweriptaon
know a to Baa."
IT. A. XBcau.lt. D
Ill So. Oxford St.. Brooklyn, K. T.
MOta physician la tba children' depart
mot have apora Lii-hly of thnr expert
ene ta thc.'r outside practice with Caatorix
and although wo only hxrn ajmyijf ot-r
medical supeUee what to knows a rejfuk.r .
producta, yet wear free to emlVes that tba
merit of Castoria, baa ana aa to look with
favor upon It."
Uama Hosfrrai. ass Diamaaar,
Alias C 8am, JVva ,
DR. J. E. WALSH,
lafttaft ff flhl"a f Va-SSB, s.tl ta.aMa.l. .
any other etmdlil n ana to aervont rxhaosilna.
ii .. . . .
aaaa a fair ptopoalfwD
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.
Office in BOCK ISLAND and MOUSTB
". 1-np.Tetvr, Alto. Vat"r--r M Mlwr wkfi.-A. ltoji an rtrr.
ftcilvr.lK. . kJ a fell qttkklT w1gifi If alard, w t
Original Documents in the Bal
BOOTE-TTTCXES PEHTT8 THE FACTS
Aa Tbay Appear ha tba Lettcra Cool tain Ins
lha BaalcaaUoai af Balllactoa Booth aad
the Boaaea Tberefor, Braaaarell Botha
Haply Thntto aaS tba Old OataaraTa
rhaal aaS tTwwalUaK Appeal ta Bla Sea
ta Go aad Caw. alt with Blaa.
Xew York. April St Ao official state
ment has been issued from the headquar
ter In tbif country of the Salvation
Army, signed by Mr. and Mrs. Booth
Tncker aa joint commanders of the Army
In the United States, gWlng the history
of the troublo with Ballington Booth, not
by statements of tbeir own, but oy the
publication of the original letters of tha
parties to the dispute. In a note Intro
ducing the letters they say it was not
their desire to make public these letter,
but "since the statement of Mr. and Mrs.
Ballington Booth to the paper on April
13, and taking Into consideration the pre
vious rhargos they hare made with refer
ence to their alleged non-resignation on I
enforced dlniissnl, we feel that it be
hooves us to print the following lotto rs.
Balllactoa'. Latter af Keaignatioa.
"The fitst of these is the letter of resig
nation, which Mr. and Mrs. Ballington
Booth sent to the international beadquar
tnrs on receiving the confirmation of their
change of command, and contains tha
whole of the alloged "twenty -two reasons,"
although he has not so numbered thern
forsevcringthemsclvesfrom tho Salvation
Arnfy. Whatever subsequent accusations
Mr. and Mrs. Ballington South may ace
fit to bring forward, it must still bo re
membered that the letter in question con
tains the wholo reasons given to us at the
date of their resignation as the cause of
their withdrawal." Bullington's letter of
resignation Is dated Jan. 81. 18.16, and
Would make over two columns of matter.
It Is practically tho same as to his reasons
for resignation as be gave in his letter to
tho public printed a week ngo, and c6m
pluins bitterly of tho way General Booth
treated Ballingtun and the Army in gen
eral ovor hero on his last visit.
Charces Hla Father with Hypocrisy.
The letter charges tho general with pure
hypocrisy in that ho. it alleges, made
much of notable people who were on the
platform with him, and then behind their
backs said he despised these outsiders.
A summary of the reasons for the resigna
tion of Ballington and his wifo is given
in the "firiuly" as follows: "Wo feel that
ony territory we entorei for another com
mand we should bo fettered and shackled
at every turn, and that tho same actions
of the general towards us would bo re
peated by hi in on his vi.siting our terri
tory. We do not believe that we could
ever go through another tour for him, nor
do we feel that God calls us to suffer at
the general's hands unjustly the constant
treatment, which would only embitter us,
to say nothing of tho ill and unfortunate
impression it would make upon those who
witnessed it; such es was made by his
visit here. People livo in fear of the gen
eral. Therefore they keep their mouths
stint. They know that if they speak a
word they would be cast out of the Army,
which they dearly love for prlnclplo sake;
so to remain Salvationists they keep bock
their truo feelings from you."
Will Try to Prevent SeerasioB.
This letter concludes as follows: "We
have not taken advantage of the confi
dence of the troops and the public and re
tained this command, though undoubted
ly many would have thought it the wisest
for the country and tho Army here. We
resolve' to follow God's guidance for our
own lives, and leave with the general the
responsibility of its fntura. If wo can
avoid it not a man shall leave. We shall
be glad if you will have your new com
missioners early on the ground, as wo do
not want a pi elongation of this unsett le
nient for tho troops or for oursolvej. Wo
shall ever appreciate the efforts of yourself
and dear Emma, and love tho family and
the Army, and evor retain the highest re
gard for tha general's hard work and
Pith or the Whole Letter.
The burden of the letter is, lint, that
the general did not treat Ballington
and his wife right when he visited this
country, but found continual fault with
their work; second, that tho Ballington
Booths were not consulted in the matter
of running the American campaign nor
their recommendations adopted; third,
that they have concluded that the scheme
as formulated by the general is not suited
for tho American work that the man
agement by an absolute coinmauder-in-rhirf
is not the right way to conduct tho
work. In short that they were out of
Mr in pat by with the methods of the Salva
BIIAMWELL BOOTH MAKES KEI'LT.
Tells Balllastoa He Kwew the Change Waa
To He Made aad Said Not blag,
Bramwcll Booth's reply would make six
or seven columns. To his brother' com
plaint that he had no personal notifica
tion from the general that he was to ba
transferred the reply I that Ballington
knew the change was contemplated and
did not write a line to the general. As to
the general question of discipline Bram
wcll says: "The crier to farewell reached
you, you say, at a timo when you cannot
declare that you feel It ha been wisely
planned. I am very sorry that this should
be so. But I do nut see how to help such
occasions arising. If there is to be a gen
eral at all, if there Is to be a government
of any kind in the Salvation Army, that
government will have to decide such mat
ters. You know what you say to a field
or a division officer who does not think
you have planned his change wisely? You
tell him to trust in God and in bis leaders,
and to go straight on with his instruc
tions." Further along Bramwell says: "Ton
do not think the general loves or under
stands America, or has planned this
change of your appointment in its inter
est. Well, I ara sorry you do not think
ao. I assure you I have good ground for
knowing tbat be both loves and under
stands America well. He loved it, if yoa
will allow roe to Bay so, before you did, and
visited and studied It before you did, and
make sacrifices for it before yon did. and
began to suffer for it before you did. I
must, say that I do not think that such
criticisms of tha general's relations to
any country ara either seemly or wise in
With reference to the issue of regula
tions which commissi oners are requlrad
,to afore though they are not consulted
nd have aothing to do with the making
of the same," Bramwell calls attention to
the fact that the organization is aa
"army" and that it is peculiarly the
province of tlie commander-in-chief of an
army to command it absolutely. But he
adds, with reference to Ballington's com
plaint that he was not consulted, that ba
(Ballington) was begged by the general
to go to England for the express purpose
of such consultation.
Reverting to the Charge that the general
acted the hypocrite with reference to the
outsiders (American notables) who ap
peared on the platforms with hint in
America Bramwell says: "Sow if this
mean anything at all, it means tbat the
general is a public liar and sham. Tbat
be professes on the platform ono thing
and practices quite another that he is
seeking the applause of men whom in his
heart he despise. I say it Is a monstrous
and shameful alandor. That he is known
In all the world to have been the one man
among all others of his time who has gone
dead against every form of fiattzry and
aggrandizement the world and the church
have to give. That no man lives who
sould have had it all, and this in a world
wide sense, more than he could, and that
no man lives who more constantly and
fearlessly stands up and proclaims unpal
pable truths to the rich and noblo and
powerful classes, it does not require to be
argued everybody knows it is so."
THE OLD GENERALS LETTER.
Pathetic Plea to His Son to Go ta England
and Sea Hiua.
The lost letter Is from General Booth
himself. He reviews the foregoing cor
respondence and says: "After reading
every word you have written, and study
ing the question long and anxiously, I de
liberately say that I can find no such
Justification as will stand tha scrutiny of
rcsonable msn or, in iny opinion, pass
muster at the bar of God." lie asks his
son to go and talk the matter over with
him, and closes as follows: "I know that
this is a boastful age of what men call
freedom. Wo have got a long way back
Coward tho days of old when 'ovory man
did that which was right in his own eyes,'
but still there is after all a universal in
stinct that something is duo from a son to
his father parental claims have still
the sanction of mankind, even though
mankind has largely left out God.
"I have bad much opportunity of judg
ing, and I am rure that no good man can
be happy in a course which does not com
mend itself to his own conscience and to
the conscience of other good men who
know the facta When your friends point
to my action in 18G3 as in any way resem
bling yours of today, they only display
their folly by speaking of what thoy are
entirely ignorant. Tho church I li ft had
done nothing for me. To it I had made
no pledges of life service. I only retired
after waiting four years in order that my
wishes might be considered, and when I
went out I mado no complaints, I wroto
to no jiuwspapcrs, I issued no circulars.
"But I leavo all that, and come back to
where I began you are my son. I can
never give you up while I am on this side
of the valley, and once more I ask you to
come and see me. Thit cannot Lo un
reasonable or unkind. It is, you must ad
mit, according to common sense and com
mon honor, and to the first commands of
Jesus Christ. Bring Maudie and come,
and do net listen to the lying tongues of
those who would opposo so natural a
course. They only want to usu you to
pull down our own work and to wound
your father's heart, or at the best to gain
their selfish ends.
"Oh! Ballington, Ballington! You can
not be in your right reason. Tho wholo
thing is like a horrid droam. Again and
agaiu I ask tuysjlf, 'Is this a reality or an
imagination?' For your own sake hesi
tate! think! return! The worst can yet
bo averted. The past may yet be forgiven.
Believe me to be still your affectionate
father praying for you all the time.
"P. S. I have just received your cruel
cable refusing to corns and see me, and
coldly announcing that all negotiations
are at an end. Bramwell says it cost you
a dollar. Is this all tho return you can
make to my repeated messages of peace
and to Bramwcll's long letters, and nil
our entreaties? No! It cannot bo. Ne
gotiations cannot end here."
FLOOD WORKED GREAT HAVOC.
Ttarlington and Missouri flail way Tracks
Washed Oat in Xebrashn.
Omaha, April 2L, A special to The Bee
from Mooruficld, Neb., says: Saturday
night's flood in this section of the state
was much greater in proportion than the
darkness permitted to be seen. The scene
of the greatest damage is on the Burling
ton aud Missouri railroad four miles west
of Farnam. The damage to the railroad
property far exceeds any idea entertained
before the full extent of tho effects of the
storm was realized.
Where the greatest damage occurred the
track follows a deep cut, starting at the
end of Blum Creek canon. The current
of water came through the canon with
frightful velocity. When it reached the
point where the canon Intersects with the
railroad track tho curreut was diverted
through tiio deep cut. The railroad track,
tics and roadbed were swept down the
stream like so much driftwood. At the
west end of the cut the topography of the
country changes abruptly, and instead of
a deep cut there Is a fill seventy-five feet
high and SJO feet long.
The embankment was washed complete
ly away. Tho steel rails were bent and
twisted by the violence of the flood as if
they were so many pieces of lead, and big
drainage tiles weighing 1,000 pounds were
torn out of the ground in whieh they were
originally buried seventy-fire ' feet deep
and washed down the canon for a dis
tance of 400 yards. Much damage was
done to farms also.
Byaa Charged with Mnrder.
CntCAOO, April 2L The coroner's jury
in the case of the murder of John T.
Smith, the boss painter, decided that the
murder was committed by John T. Kyan,
the man under arrest, and one other un
known. The police say they know who
he is and have a strong case against
Ryan. - One witness before the coroner
positively indentifiei Kyan as the mur
derer. Davenport and the Lamherna Bald.
Leaves wobth. Kas, April 21. Thomas
Davenport h been held to the district
eonrt to answer for the murder of J. T.
La in born, the rich Jfall Leaf farmer, on
Feb. 17, and Charles and Annie Lam born,
children of the murdered man, were held
to answer to aiding and abetting th
Only One Bos Ban Gam.
Chicago, April SL There is only one
League base ball game to record that at
Boston between the "Beaa Eiters" and
th champion of ISi, the "Orioles.''
Score was: Boston 81, Bal tits ore 1
A. P. A, LEADERS IN COUNCIL.
Meet It Appears to Pnah tho Work Against
CiscnrsATt, April 2L Since last Thar.
day there ha beaa here a secret national
meeting of tha supreme officer and na
tional executive board of the A. P. A. Mem
bers have not registered at the hotels; in
fact many of them bar stopped at board
ihghocsc. Among those present are Su
preme President W. H. Traynor, Detroit;
Supreme Secretary C. T. Beatty. Chica
go; Supreme Treasurer M. Ju Ryan, Chi
cago; National Executive Committeeman
T. L. Thompson, of Omaha, and many
Officers from Ohio and other states Will
arrive later. The purpose is confessedly
political acd hostile to McKinley for
president. Secrecy will be removed In a
day or. two. Judge. J. H. IX Stevens, of
St. Louis, chairman ot the national ad
visory committee and chairman of the
propaganda and oampaign committee, ha
issued m circular to correct some "mis
statement in tho press," the substance of
of which is:
That the A. P. A. objects to McKinley
because be is hostile to the order: that the
representative of the order have vainly
tried to reach him; that Grosvenor's de
nial that he refused to see an A. P. A.
committee is virtually untrue; that Repre
sentative Linton ba not withdrawn from
the presidential race, but is not making per
sonal efforts for the nomination, and that
all statements mado about candidates by
the A. P. A. are backed up with affidavit..
New Turk Financial.
New York. April SO
Money on call nominally per cent.;
prime mercantile paper list per cent-:
sterling exchange heavy, with actual busi
ness in bankerV b.ll? at 4S-LS.$HJ f.ir da
mand n.i 7i gvM for Uty dsn; postal
rates, 4Ml;$fcU aal 8S', IJJ; oommuroial
Silver certificate. S7? Vijc: no sales bar
silver. 6T4; Mexican doll.rs. si.
United States government bonds Arm;
new ri-gUlerol, 117; do coupons,
lis: 5 s regiitered. HiS: tin coupons,
Ilifl.:' register!, IK";: 4 a ooaponi, 1JJ
2's registers!. 93; Pacifl.0 6 s ot 'X. liXi.
Chicago Grain and Produce.
Chicago. April 20.
The following were the quotation on ths
Boird of Traio today: Wh-at April, opened
S-Vc. close 1 61' j-: liny, opened 6Si closed
65c; July, openel 8i?gC closed ftto. Cora
Apr.l, nominal, close! 29?4c; May,
opened i-Dl-c closed 297.c; July, opened tile.
closed 81c. Oats -April, nominal, closed
IB'ic: Hay. opened lc. closed Wc;
July, openel 20Us. closed ) It. Pork April.
opened 18.50. closed tH-o'-"; May, opened
ts.51, elosel Hu Lard April, opened
ttH.'H. closed Si 85; May. opened $4.87)4,
closed t4 UU.
Produce: Batter Extra creamery. 15c opt
in.; extra dairy, lie: from pankinz stock
7(1 e. Eg?s Fresh stock. QUo per dos
Live foultry Turkeys. Salic per lb ;
chickens, hens, Sc: roostars, 65!o; ducks.
lligtl-Jc; geesn tl.O)0J par doa. Potatoes
Burbanks. 17.0)3Jo par bu-: mixoL 14'rtlHo,
Sweet potatoes. tlOVAI'S per bbl Apples
far to fancy, SidJigO-io por bnL Cran-
brrrioa Jerseys. ti.uX9iaJ per bbL Honey
VS hite clover, ljy. i per lb. ; broken comb,
(Sl0; extracted, 5$1c
Chicago live Stock.
Chicago, April 2a
Live Rtock Prlcas at ts Union Stoo'c
Yards today ranzel as follows: Hon esti
mated receipts for the day, S7.UJU; sales
ran gel at ti-KmSf pigs. 343 8 light,
W.W3 40 roneh pacMnr. $3 4X4.175 mixed,
and J 45cM7j heavy pjiokia and shipping
Cattle Estimate 1 recdp&i for ths day.
21,UJj; quotations rangnd at W.liuil.OJ -
The tocal Mnrketa.
Bav Thaathv . CIS: onland. tonaia. i.
MH9; akmgh, t7bB; baled. 3ttSlS.50; millet,
Bitrir Pair to enolca. l.lo: fresh cream-
fcggs Fresh. Sc.
Cattle Batcher pay
for com fed steers
atcujsiciGows aim net
irers, !U6'!1S)C: calve.
Spring Uaib-t.508I4 s head
Ooal Anft. lOe
for Tnr Prcleclin
we positively state
that tliis remedy
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mercury or any other
Clesnse the Ms- al pes
rages, allays Irfl imma
Hon. Deals tba Bore.
Protects the lienor ae
finm Coles. Kettora
the m nana nfTa-.li u,il mm
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TRKASIRY DBrARTMsTirr. OF KICK 81:.
parvii-t'-g architect. Washington, D. C.
April . "ralad propotals will be received
at tba owtee mill a e'eloeh p. n. on the nth day
or May. 189. aad opened immediately thereafter,
fo' all the lahor ana ma'Crials and axing in place
complete tbe tow primrare. retara cu-ralaime.
stoam beatlnfaad ventilating apparatus rvinire
for tee I alum States postofflce building at Bock
wad. 111., ia atworaanc wi h the drawings and
sreciflcstloa. oop.es of which saay ba bad at this
office or tba oSJee of tbe taperintendent at Rock
Isiaad, 111. Kara aid matt be accompanied by a
cernfled cheek for a na not lea than par cent
of the amount of tbe pmposai. The rignt I re
served ta rrjeet any or all eMs and to waisw-anv
defect or iasormalliy ia any bid. aboald it be
deemed la tbe lnterert of the foverameat to do
ao. All proposals racetvea after tbe time ntatei
far eprnlag will aw returned so tbe bidder. Pro
posals maet be enclosed ia cnvelooea, aealed and
matked. "PropoaaJ for ta low pre -aura, retora
ctrcalation, staaai neathn; an ventilstiag appar
atus for I'm Uaitrt Malta noto)ce build incat
Korb ftlsad, IH.." a4 add'esaed to William
W- "a. 1
BLACKING APPLIED AMD
POUSKCO WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
" A Woman's Letters
A year apart, bring' out an
vThen n lady happily recovers from some
chronic disease tbat threatened life, her na
tural craestion is. "Will it itn. mir.P" nrM
extracta from two tetters, answer this. Tl-
ment and other
made lite n bur
den. I rtejean to
nsc Wild Olive and
Myrtle Tonic and
in two weeks felt
cured, bnt nscd a
little more io
make an re."
ing farther since
T . mm renr ana niT
jjSmi J-J S. ii complaints nreall
"S-S' pone." MRS. W.
"yf K. LAKE. Hng-
nsn crccn. . J.
The sole purpose of these remedies. Is to core
tbe diseases peculiar to women. Thcv core
rat) re cases than ntiTsicinn. or otherretnediea
can-nod enre permanently. The acientilie,
common -sense plan followed, accounts for this.
w im Olive m a local treatment-will nlnnecnre
most CnseA. Mvrtlr Tonic, an int.ni.1 n-m.
dy. Iinilda np the liroken downavatem. Both
remediea art totally different from all others
and contain new and ra-c inirredients. Used
tosfcthcr, disrnsea of women cannot resist
them. Harmless, prompt, certain-stud econ
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1 Thirty-seventh 8t.. Twalnk ava. Bock Is land
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Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
1805 SEC0SD ATESCE.
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b beantifnl IKm,..).!. A
na!r nniahed Blevcla Lswa lata ao
aastaaay part ortti. insiiti if,. ,i n. .,i
aa raossos of prlca, asja. llUjb. yos a. bar a)
THE PUCE a TEIRT atFC. CO.
f 47 CaatM SI haw tut
Ton DATLI noon.
Bathe of all kind, Inolndlns;
Tnrklsh, plain, ehampoo, elee
trio, eleotro-thermal, eto., may
be obtained at the Sanitarloai
Bath Booms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
for Ladles From f a. m. to
IS m. on week days For Gen.
tlemea From tp. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from fa m.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
El ec trio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at any
time daring business -hoars.
Gymnasium connected with bat;
anaS?, Quickly and rtimaiisullw
CBLSBtUTSI) fwcuan gsmtOT
Itisaold oq pnaKIr
anarantoe sn ocro any
form of proe
traiicnor any dux-fier
of the Genital means ot
either sex. r-inand
Beforo. .br xomdrm cse ot After-
or sjrlant r. m. agn.MiiA
n yonatBi tnoiaffetloa or oswr iaealaeoaa etc.
Dhslnera, Convulaiuns. WakcraltieaaTHeadarha.
yntal Puirssnwi. oftntingof tbe Brain. Week
awiwiwn raina. rjctntnai eaanes
pyaieria, isaeiumal Kmiaslnea, Ppeni
LoSfl Of Power and lfimnl.iv- wtllh it
sany land to ntwmateita ola aa anl iaaanitv.
rXjsrtirely fraarantoed. J-rica. 1.00 a box: Shores
SorSiAa bent by mail on receipt of pntee,A written
SWai SI Sss toniabad with ercry IM orasTraeriTcd.
ssmana uaa mooey u a pt rmsTamt enraw bus
"BZSVU XEDlCDiX CU Datiutt, Kicb.
BoM bf M. T. fcibass. Stait. hock island
wj-w n.. J--'
FOR A QUICK tflTDINNaiSim
APPUE AND POLISHED WITH A CLCTHT
Waoleaalo Grocara. Bock Isiaad
THK TBAVKLEB8' GUIOF..
pnOAOO, BOOB mLAJTO PAOiriC
- Railway Tieaeti can be rrehased or hse
rage checked at B I A P Twmtteta (tract depul
or CB I A P depot earner Fifth avanoe an
ftlrry-erat isreal Jraak H. Plammcr. Arard.
Oaart Ltmllad (W.
It. Worth, Iwnver A A. 0.
Omaha Dee Moines
Omaha Dee alomee Ax. .
Omaha A Minneapolis Is.
Denver, Lincoln at Omaha...
Bt. rvnt A Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. C.
UUnaaa ntr a - Joeepb.
tRork lmluif) A Waabhnrloa
tCbicairo A Pes Moines
- w ant
t 4: am
til) 1II ma
1 1 4a pa
Ar"Tl- tDeparrore. tDeliy.eansvtamwaay.
AM ethers dally Tataphone Km.
eopaay tvenings a Pnllmao sleeper will be at
Pf "er lo:ai which nUl leer for Chica
go at x:S5 a. m. Monday.
BCKlXNOTlH ROTJTA O.. B. a tl svAit,
way Depot Firat svwnoa aad Rrzteactb
Uaot. M. J. Yoccx. sgeat
bt. gpriwrteld. Peoria, I
Bar. Quin via Mnsmontb TAOaat 1 3b xm
Cbtcaaro. Werllnc, Clinton A I
Dubaane It T:3a t -pm
Feona, Bcardstowa. Bar- I
linrtnn West ! t:semn ttlMsm
St Paul A Minneonolw) M ass f :6U aa
Uerllrsr. Clinton a Dabnqne t S.6 pm t 8:B nsa
St. L , Ksnras tlty. Benvert I
A Psc Ooart via Oslcab'rt T A pm S:SB am
Dally. tDaily except Sunday.
QHICAOO, MILWACKEB ST. PAOL
Ballway Kactne A Baathwassarn Drrialoa
-Depot TwanUeth nreet, between First an
Second avoaaee, L. H. Greer. Afent.
TBAIHS. Laavn. I aanrra
asadBxpress lno ami SRpai
St-Panl Bxpreas 410 pm UiSOaa
Freight and Aecommodat'B. sW am S:10m
Daily except Sanday.
DOCE ISLAFD PBOBIA &AILWAT-.
. Depot First Avenna and Twantlelh street.
K. L. OoF, aent.
BasteraKx. The Trilby". .
Peoria a Bt Louis Mail Ax...
Cab le Accom mod at ion . . .
7 -III n
in 45 pa
11 : am
8 so am
Paasenrer train leave C. K. I. A P. (Molls
avenue) depot ro (S) minntco earlier tbna time
given. Tralnr marked dally, all other train
daily except Sanday.
wojjnern nail way, osmot luot of Brad
M :3S Dm
vest Liberty Trains
t Daily b Dally except nanaay. twoinr oorJi.
tGoInc South sad east. Na IS runs bet warn
Oedar Kaplan sad Weet LTbaity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry etroet depot
Lv Knck Island
CKI ? Depot
Lv Hock Island
1 10 am 7 1U am lpa
Sam SSOaa ISOpa.
StTeai SOtaa lttpa
Taa 11 to am tffipa
IS am 1 17am fipm
300pm SWpm Sam
60 pm Isaam
IS pm Ot pm 7S)am
lOWpmi S 19 am
Man It Ml am! IMta
10 85 am 7 to pm :
10 tt am I lu pm I on ia
U 19 am epi
1 10 pm iznspm
Twentieth st Depot
Ar Indiansuoll. ......
Ar spriti(Deld.... .....
Ar Bt Louie.
Ar Terra Datrt
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
" BOCK ISLAND TO ST. LOUIS.
Lines east of Peoria carry thronrh
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
John Vollt Sc Co,
Sash, Iioors and Blinds,
And an kinds of
Woodwork for Bailden
eidlns. tmstiaf. Wsiaoawag
iMbsusw. wMttkaailin st