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THIS ABQUB, 8ATUBPAY, APBII. 25, 1896.
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Gactorla is Dr. Samuel Pitclei prescription for Infants
nil Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Xarcotie substance. It Is a Larmlera snbstitvte
for Paregoric, Drops, Sootliins Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant, Its puarantco 1 thirty years use by
Millions of Blothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays
feverisbness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach 1
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria is tho Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Caatnrla I aa excellent anedlrfno. for ehll
dren. Bothers baT repeatedly told Btm of Its
fowl affect npoa Uidr euildree."
Dn. a. C. Onoooo,
" Cmtnrta Is the best remerty for children of
which 1 aia eY-qualnted. I hope the day is tot
far distant whrn moUKD il I mosi lor the real
Merest i4? lo-lrchildren, an1 um Cutoria ia-aTf-ed
of IV mnouj quark noHtrurasa biota in
df-stroyla lb. Ir lored ones, bjr forcing opiuin.
morphine, smithing : nip and other hurtful
acneta down thru throats, thereby sYudinz
than la prematura praTea.
Da. 3. T. KnrcrcBOB,
" Castoria is so well adapted to cliR.Jren that
known to me.
IT. A. Aacatca, H. D,
111 So. OxforJ St., Brooklyn, N. T.
"Our physicians in tbs children's depart
limit tiara spoken Uglily of their expert
ence in tbeir otit-dda practice with Castoria.
and althouj-ta we only bare among c
niedical supplies what U known a r.nt...
products, yet ww ara free 10 conreaa that the
merits of Castoria baa wua as to look with
favor Bpoa It."
Uhitkd Hocvttal ad Dimunr,
. Boston, Rasa
Atuta C Sam, Pre.,
TV Caataar Company, TT II array Street, Haw York City.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
H the Chlfa'o Medical Institute l'T'inii' lv 1 . ii u rr,10,n,,-i, Itw
DH. T. M. WALSH,
wwfit cnalcal fianwi ta nmnrtiairaaBa
laadiM Badwal eoiiecaa.
I aoiajk-watev II
OB. J. . WALSH,
LlU aff TklaaaVwl t Atwuara .a-uj &
m. Aatbonrf BoiplUl.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains. Ieenlessnes. threatened in-
.sni'r. wMknwaior.BMBtalaelajtooa, or any other condition Sue to aerrons ezhaasUoa,
CATARRH Dyrpepsia, Asthma. Rhenmstlsm. Scrofals, Syphilid, Blood,
K dr'. Llvrr and Skin dlarem caa be qnkly and pemaaeDtlr eared hjr oar adranced are
Wsi of medicine.
VARICOCELE la ths most active cause of nervona debilitv. Whv treat
aKifith' with hr whu we raarantee yon a permanent care m fovea days by oar painless
airthndf Urdrucele tnrvd la three days no pain. .
W OMEN SntiPtinr; from diseases peculiar to their aex nhonld consult as
we ilt. ent many riM (ltea up a boorks. and we may be able to euro yoa. Snrgioal
r wvh.. M winu. Avutmwai aou erwn nuvvry a epociaity.
lire rit'iit-v-rtitu i- . . i. .
uiD avniinionian are me oest ine numerous ao-
knowMrvm.at we bavr nveivrd from the newtpaprn for onr retnarkab'e cares in both
Miliritl and nrr'cl rM- Ir mnt concln.lve that onr danctd methods care where all
'" 1 win., 00 , win. nm un owirre. not ronrolt ue at oeor and raea'n
var (Hath. Tlrrr It I lnn ib tirrr diMM ih,t tim r.. k. mi u . i
thai riair ? If M, do not experiment anv lorifer. but r.nU n at once! Furthermore, we
er II.ku to aae twins? oar cvdrnti.l, Ule. We make it an object for yoa to inves-
" wwmot-i mfrw.tmiwm wii.r JWI P KU l.ir piOpueiUOD.
o ONLY CURA11LK CASES TAKEN o
tnl t ;'Bjnt can, writs. Uasdnda eared by auOl. Hoars t lol3,ltoe,Tlol. Saadays
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Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol.Hot Water
Or Heck Steam Heater
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
in Rock Island.
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for eaio at Harper House Pharmacy. Rock Island 115.
G rpmr and Builthir ,
'frltk, Mil HIXTH AVNUk.
Chtrs oa Vina ttrMt, - ILAXXD,
1 ' .
Socialists Red Hot Over the
CSTTNQ "DO W5 WITH THE EE5ATE."
taflaaaaaatwry Sueccbee Alado at Aa Ian.
tneaao Meetlns; Anwer UeTolatioa Ilo
e la rod fm Order and tho BotbaeUilda
. aagfited as the Victims Tberewr Pa
radaala the Beilenrd and Colliakona with
tho PMiee Faaro Creed to Reeifa. '
Paris, April What will be the oat-
come of the cabinet crisis no one can tell,
hat turbulence M made its appearance.
President Faure has not yet succeeded in
forming a new cabinet. The man men
tioned as head of that borly is Meline, but
Meline wnnts a decrro to dissolve tho
chambers and go to' the country as a con
dition of his ncepHno; the responsibility,
and this request President Faure hesi
tates to agree to. Th9 activity of tho
(Socialists is 'a noticeable featurs of the
Situation, and makes it evident that they
rvffjrJoJ Bourgeois's cabinet as more
aptly representing them than any other
they can hopo for. Their wrath against
the senate is correspondingly deep. " .
Socialist. Hold a Great Meotiao
An immense moeting of the Socialists
was held last night at the Toroli Voui-
ball to protest against tho action of tha
senate. Thousands of persons had to be
turned away, as they were unable to
enter. Many deputies were among those
present. M. Polletnn made an address to
the assembly In which he declared that
the time had arrived for action and that
the people must no longer put faith In
word. Paris must rise and take another
anothnr bastile. Another revolution was
necessary, lie said, and another onslaugh
ts upon such strongholds of capital.is the
Kuthschilds. Other speakers followed in
th sime strain.
" Don With the Senate," Aha Cry.
A letter of apology for bis absence from
M. (ioblct canted an uproar and shouts of
treachery. When a resolution was put
censuring the senate ana advocating a
revisum of the constitution there were
cries from all parts of the Iinll of " Down
with the senate." The meeting finally
broke tip in disorder and with violent
shouts against the senate. Some blows
were struck outside In the conflict with
the p dice. Two Journalists of the Libre
Parole were arrested but were released in
ten minutes. Tho Ripubliran Guard
barred the way to tho Pl:ice de Re-
publique, and in order to prevont the
noisv demonstrators from reaching the
boulevards they turned them In the direc
tion of the canal St. Martin. Several
persons were arrested.
Paraded oa the Boulevards.
A few groups roachod tho boulevards in
spite of the efforts of the police to prevont
them, and paraded noisily up and down
shouting, ' Ii iwn with the senate." The
p.irade of tho socialists in tho boulevard
caused some uneasiness, and toronipt
measures wore taken to suppress it. The
disorder did not reach serious proportions.
though MM. Jauresand Sembat, deputies.
who headed the procession seeking to
make a demonstration, camo Into violent
collision - with tho polio?. This demon'
stratiou is tin. first evidence manifested of
any general popular interest in the politi
s Palaaa of the Elyaee Goarded.
Rumors of President Faure's resigna
tion are rifo. M. Woldeck-Rousseau is
already a center of attraction as a possible
successor. M. Faure's family and entour
age favor his resignation, but the presi
dent is mado of a sterner stuff than was
Casslmir-Pener. The palace of the Elyses
ta guarded by liw extra cavalry.
OUTRAGE BY CUBAN REBELS.
Story of the Hanging of Three Citlaens aa
Told by the Spaniards,
- HAVANA, April 25. Details of an out
rago said to have been committed by the
Ineurgonts in Pinar del Rio have been re
ceived here. It is alleged that the lnsar
gent chiefs gave an order for tho execu
tion of threo well known old-time Span
ish residents named Jonquln Barquin,
Bins Peral and Andres Dulg.ido. The or
der was given that a mysterious, disap
pearance or these men should be effected.
They were decoyed to Mantua, in Pinar
del Rio, on some pretext by an ..associate
Insurgent leader, ltamon Lozo, who took
his victims to the woods on horseback.
where they saw tho ropos prepared for
penor isaroutn then said to senor
Peral: "I fear those ropes are for as.'
Senor Peral thereupon fell from his horse
with an attack of syncope and died. Scnct
Delgado, maddened with rago, exclaimed :
"I win not die infamously at your
bands." Ue quickly encircled his own
neck with the rope and spurred his horse
to e gallop, and so was strangled after
shouting, "Viva Espana." Sanor Bar
quin awaited his fate more coolly. He
thought the branch to which ho was to bo
hanged was not strong enough to bear
his weight, and Implored his captors to
remove tho rope to a stronger branch.
' His fears proved well founded, forth
branch gave way and he fell to the ground
half strangled. He pleaded for his life,
but was strung up a second time and this
time died, hu brutal executioners bang
ing to his foot to insure his death. Sencr
Petal's dead body was then hung; np with
the others. The neighborhood Is terror'
"Cain" Harvey at Omaha.
OMAHA, April 2i "Coin" Harvey lec
tured In Omaha last night under tha
auspices of the Bimetallic Ijeaguo of Ne
braska. He denounced the press of the
state as subsidized organs of the "money
power." iMlitor Kosewatcr, of The Bee,
was in tho audience, and resented the in
sinuation, and after, dufonuing the press
cnaiiengea narvey to a aiscuasion 01
u nance. Harvey declined.
Another Hard Blow ia Okie,
Feemost. April SU.. Sandusky county
has been visited by another terrifio haiL
wind and electrical storm. Much damage
was done. In some places the ball was as
large as egg. In the oil fluids numerous
tanks and derricks were struck and de
molished and hundreds of barrels of oil
consumed. ' The residence of Charles
Tetter, cast of the , city, was wrecked by
lightning and the family seriously
ItomtA nf the Miscreant Calberawa.
Chicago, April 25. Jaiuus K. Culber
son, who killed his mistress and put a bul
let Into himself is dead. It seems that he
had a wife and mistress too and killed his
tnSstfe because aba .wouldn't Jive with
him. ' He said just before death that he
uueanw tecauM he "lored" aac - -
FEEUN3 IS MORI HOPEFUL '
Tiade Centres Hwte An ImnraTed Demand
and ISnslaeas -Look. Un."
Kew York, April Sjl Bradstrects says:
"The feeling is more hopeful at many
trade centres, owing to continued im
provement of demand ia retail lines, bet
ter weather, generally favorable -crtm
prospects, and the activity which natur
ally follows renewed building operations
und distribution of implements and farm
supplies. More favorable reports from
commercial travelers aro from those rep
resenting Pittsburg. St. Louis, Kansas
Ulty, Omaha- and AlilwaUEco houses.
Moderate improvement is shown at a tew
other western centres, bat at most of the
larger distributing points throughout the
country the movement of merchandise, on
the whole, shows no material change.
At almost all cities mercantile collec
tions continue slow, remaining relatively
the most unfavorable feature of huMn?s,
even where the tendency in other direc
tions is toward improvement. Kxpirtsof
wheat (flour included aa wheat) from
both coasts of the United States this week
are the smallest since the third week In
July 1893; and with that exception the
smallest in any week dating tho past six
There are 240 business failures reported
throughout the United States this week,
compared with 341 last wc9k, 223 in the
corresponding week one year og.i, SJi two
years ago, and contrasted with ISO In the
like week of lt93. -
COL-ON . SENSE -CURE.
Pyramid Pile Cure Cures Piles
Permanently by Curing
Remarkable Remedy Which is Bring-
ing Comfort to Thousands of
CYCLONE BRINGS DEATH TO TWO.
Eleven Persona Caught In a Wrecked
Hsjue Four Other Badly Hart.
Roaxokk, Va., April 5. Yesterday
afternoon a cyclone accompalnod by hall
end a very heavy rainfall struck the city
of Salem, seven miles west of hero, and
besides blowing down several barns, un
roofing outhouses and uprooting trees,
completely demolished two lionses, in one
of which a family of eight colored people
resided, all of whom and three others
were in the house at the time of the dis
Jane Harris and her 5-yoar-old son were
taken dead from the ruins, and ot the
others four were badly injured, one-year-
old cirl being fatally hurt. The cloud, a
dark funncl-shnpcd one, came up sudden
ly from the southwest, cutting a complete
6wnth of about lot) feet wide wherever it
CAN AGREE TO PAY IN GOLD,
Or Hogs, or Hay, or Whent, 8 Far aa Jndgo
Keyaer la Concerned.
OMAUA, April 25, Judge Keyser, of the
district court of Omaha, has addressed an
jopeu letter to Tho Bee repudiating the re
port current that bo lost week rendered a
decision that a mortgages bond contract
with a clause requiring payment to bo
mado in gold was illegal. Mo decision
was rendered, and tho report grew out of
a mere remark to the defendant's counsel
in tho -course of argument, and was not
intended to govern the court in that case
or future litigation.
Counsel argued thnt tlie clause "gold
coin or its equivalent" was a discrimina
tion in favor of one kind of legal tender
and contrary to public policy, but tho
court rejected, this theory, Tha case is
More McKlnley Men from Illinois.
Elsiinell, April 23 Throe Republi
can conventions met in this city yester
day. The senatorial convention nominat
ed Senator O. F. Berry, of Carthago, to
succeed himself. U. A. Wilson, of Hush
villo, and Judge L. Y. Sherman, of Ma
comb, wero unanimously chosen as can
didates for tho legislature. In the con
gressional convention Colonel B. F.
Marsh was the unanimous choise for rep
resentative. The district convention se
lected J. M. Shell, of Carthage, and J. Q.
Anderson, of Uocorah, as delegates to Sr.
Louis. Pledged for McKinlcv first, last
and all the time.
Another American Missionary Accused.
London, April 25. A Constantinople
dispatch to The Chronicle says: "By an
order from Stamboul an American mis
sionary at Hsdjin has boon forbidden to
give relief. Tho Vali there has formally
accused him if being the abettor of treason
on tho ground of tho pretended discovery
of an insurrectionary plot In connection
with which many young men have been
arrested. Amontr the missionaries at
Hadjin are Miss Eula G. Bates, ot Abine--
don. Ills., and Miss Agnes E. Swenson, of
Britten right Um Mataneleb--
Cape TowsVApril 26.-y-The"Brlttsa at
Buluwayo hava had a fight with the Mat
abolo, in which, it Is said, the enemy lost
from 500 to 1.00U About half tho force In
Uul u way o stole out at nildnisht and at
tacked the Matabele surrounding the
town. Tho savages had pickets thrown
out, nowever, and the surprise intended
was not successful. At one time the Brit
ish came Bear being surrounded, but they
retreated in good order and reached town.
The loss in killed and wounded is not
The Charges Against Rev. Kaapn.
LOKDON, April 26. The under secretary
for foreign affairs, Gaorge N. Carzon, in
the house of commons, replying to a ques
tion, said that the Rev. George P. Knapp,
sAA0 AmerieAn miuinnsw wu. w.-. Ke
........wimaj, ewhesa iain-. fSji.V JJ
tha a-nthoritiM nt ntriisi K..vt,.
tho peace and stirring up tho Armenians
.... at. - tr. a . ...
iffniiinaj .uo lurKs, wdo were tnercDy
the United Stat. lnirt.nn
cumstancea, consldenod It best to arrange
ww uiiucuny oy me withdrawal of Knapp.
Batata of Edwin Pardridge.
CmcAGo. Anril ys Tk- nr w,i
win Pardridge, the heavy, board of trade
operator, will be brought into the probatj
eonrft on M ondnv and l-ttM -r i. .ni
tration applied for. The estate is esti
mated at , 700,000. This la not the full
amount ot money that the plunger made
In his lifetime, fnr hA t,.t . a ff-ni
times given large sums to various mem-
. . : - n. . ...
uera ui uia in.u.iy. xoe estate Of hlS W1IC
is now estimated at C,J0,000. -
Calls Attention to That Convention.
St. Joseph, Ma, April 25 W.T. Foster.
chairman of the state committee of the
National Silver party, has issued a long
circular caning attention to the coming
silver convention at St. Louis July 23. He
denounces both of the old parties as touts
or ail street and ton Rothschilds, and
urges union wi:n the Populist.
Iowa Republican Convention Date,
De Moises, April 25. At a meeting
of the Repu' "lean state central commit
tco July IS was decided upon as the date
for the state ("invention to nominate eat
dates for state offices. Des Moines as the
location. . Bollia M. Wilson, of Fairfield,
was selected for temporary caairman. -
Probahlv half tfia nonnla win ua
this article RnlTer from niloa - ft ia
one ot the commonest ' disease and
one of the most obstinate. People
have it for years and just because it
ta uut immediately latai iney nepiect
it- Carelessness nansna nn nnil nf
suffering. Carelessness about so
simple a thing as piles has often
Caused death- lfrmneehan-oa nnv
from no apparent cause and loss of
uiouu causes aeam. iiemorrhafrea
occur durinfr snriic.ll treatment
otten cansinr; death.
rues are simple in tho beginning
and easilv enrd Ttiov .n to mwA
even in the worst stages, without
pain or loss of blood, quickly, surely
and conmletelv. Than ia nW
remedy that will do it Pyramid
it ue iure.
It allaVa thn illflamm.tinn tmmo.
diatery, heals the irritated surface
. . - i .- .
auu kiiu vuunnuea treatment re
duces the swelling nd puts the
membranes into good, sound healthy
condition. The cure is thorough and
Here are some voluntary and un
solicited testimonials we have latelv
Mrs. M. C. Hinkly, 601 Mississippi
street, Indianapolis, Ind., says:
Have been a shfTercr from the pain
and annoyance of piles for 15 years.
The Pyramid Pile Cure and Pyramid
Pills gave me immediate relief and in
a short time a complete care.
M . irtl Una n nf fVilnmhi,a l"ll. i n
says: I wish to add to the number of
certificates as to the benefits derived
from. the Pyramid Tile Care. I suf
fered from piles for 40 years and
an vaw sutu tIiVO tVl AM J CBI B w)Ul
two boxes of Pyramid Pile Cure has
effectually cured me.
most aruggists sell pyramid Pile
Care or will tret it for von if von ask
them. It is one dollar per package.
and is pot np only by the Pvramid
IW. 4 il.:
New Tork Financial.
New York, April SA
Money on ealt easy at 2i per cent.
prime meroantde paper 4H$a per cent.;
sterling exchange steady, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bdU at 4)UdHT. for de
mand and 4ST't$B7Jt for sitty days; postnl
rates, 45'3M7n ana tBJ&Uilft; eommerctal
Silver cprtiflcates. OT.H'o: no salei; bar
silver, C77i; JUexican doll rs, 54.
United States government bonds Srm
new 4's registered, 117; do coupons.
118S; 6 s reirutflred, 1UH; 5 s eonnons.
1U; 4' reiruttrei, lJHi: 4 s ciapont, IM'ii
X s reg.aterei, Hi; Paeina a s or W. 1J1
Chieaga Grain and Prodaoa.
The followins were th anotatioat on ths
Board of Trade today: Wheat AtHI. opened
G2;sj. closel C3!o; May. openei 63o, closed
ElBo; July, openei 0i7. cloied voti. Corn
April, nominal, closel 29c; May,
opened Hfiio. eloaed ZBio; July, opened 80.0,
closed !X)o. Oats Aprd.openoi 10c, closed
lu;-4:: May. opened W'iO. cloj!d lHc:
July, openei closel Mi. Pork April,
opened 8.5i, elmed 10.60; May. opened
tS.35, closed $.0). Lard April, opened
tt&i. cloied t4 87!: May, opened H-oiX.
closed f l.ST.S-
Pro lace: Batter Extra creamery, ISMcper
lb.: extra dairy. l3Wml3e: freh paakin? stock,
7c. Ess Fresh etoek, ftaSo per dos.
Live ioaltrr Turkey s. 8UUa per lb
chickeas, hens,8:i3i4;: roosters, 65' o; docks.
10c: geese. 1.0Ji0J par dos. Potato;
Burbaak). ITajJc oir bo.: mtxal, IKpito.
Sweet potatici. 11 0 ' 2 0.1 par bbl Apples
Fair to fancy. lTo) li: per bbL Cran
birries Jerseys. IV.OJ.0I OO per bbU Honey-
White clover. I3'4l4cperlb.; broken comb, 9
10c; extracted, &9O0- -
Chicago Lin Stock.
CntCAfio. April 24.
Live Stock Pricai at thi Union St-rn'r.
Vards today ranred an follows Hoct Kit!
mated receipts for the day. 22,uJ; sales
mneed at B3 p.zs, 3 5ii.SJ 'liKht,
ta.i.(Q)L25 rough packinj 13111.45 mixed
and SJ 4saoJ heavy paskia; and shipping
Cattle Estimate 1 rjenpti for tin day.
ij&l): quotati-jns ranjnd at ttl.Vol.0J choice
to extra bhippint st-erj. S.913I B"l to
chjictido, W7J51.0J f,:r to goal. St.4tKo.7J
common to medium do.. Uusl J batcher
steers. (iSOttSi staekr. 3 J19J feeiert
SI iMSMit cows. 2.4017i heifer,. t2 0o)io
balls, t8 104 Si Texas steers, and U 0X3,Mi
A Woman's Letters
A year apart, brills' out an
when a ladv hnnnilv iworm from .nm.
chronic disease that threatened life, her na
tural qnrstioa is. "Will it atnv curcl?" Pricf
extracts from two letters, answer thin. "V.
mcnt and thi-r
mndc life a bur
den. 1 briran to
nee Wild olive and
Myrtle Tonic nml
in two wee!., felt
cured, but used a
little more to
a veil LATEK.
"1 have used noth
ing farther since
last year and tnr
complaint, are ail
Root." MKS. W.
K. LAKB. Knff
lish t'nrk. N. I.
The sole purpose of these mnedica, ia to cure
the diseases peculiar to women. They enre
nrore casra than phrsk-inna. or otherremedica
can and cure fK-rmnnently. The aeicntinc.
vt mi iiivc n a local trentmrnt-willalonernre
most ensea. Mvrtle Tonic, nn intemal rcmr-
htiilds nn tnr hrokrn downavstrm. Il.ith
rcmoflira art- totnllv tlinVn-nt from nil othrn.
and citntain new and rare infrmlienta. tTiH-d
t"BethT, disr.-isca of wotn.n cannot Tean.t
tlicm. HnrmlrM. prompt, certain and ccon
onik-nl. $1. --ach. Samples and vulllaUle
V1CTOK MEDICAL, ASStK'l ATION.
ekiuth tk-nd, Ind
Tha Loenl Market.
Corn Mie. A
Bar Thnothr. SIS: nvland. SSOH2: wild.
fftais; tkxurh. r76: baied, a8tiii.!i(j; millel.
te cnolea, lSe; fresh cream.
Birgs Fresh, 9c.
Cattle Batchers nay for cora fad steers
!!ee".e; coirs aadaeifars, S)tcOtv4c; calvas.
8prk4 laaib It.SOdMa bead.
Coal Soft, 10c.
Will be Bat that is un
important just now. We eare
thinking of the music for the
campaign. Who will supply it?
We have ths instruments.
Have you the musicians? ' If
so. organise them. There's
money in it. Onr little booklet
Tf, will tell van bnw tndn it Kraut
& on request. John C. Haynes 4c
SCo.. Dept. 17. Boston, Mass. s
BLACKING APPLIED AND
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
- FOR A Oincif ArTrD-nruijrD camre
'applied and POLISHED WTTH ACUDTlC
Mors Broa. PropCapioji.Ma-,USA.
Sold by Henry Dart Sons, Wholesale Grocers, Rock Island
Moa ma- T C . nw a .
Tbirty-seventli 8t Twelfth are. Bock If land
We are showing our
Usual line of line
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1805 SECOND AYEXTJE.
AH Braaa, Nickel Plated and
A baantifnl, tbaranghly saade and
Saaly Saiabed Bicycle Lamp, Jolt and
ap ot prtc.S4.M. narb maakBS
at yam la aal aaal.r tor a Mtu. Ion , m UmF
THE rtACE TEUV MFS. CO,
47 csatre St, Sew Vara. i
TMn DATH GOODS
aaths ot all kinds, inolnding
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elec
tric, eleotro-thormal, eto., may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor ot
tha Harper Uouae.
For Ladies Vrotn 9 a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 3 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays tha
rooms will be open from ft, n.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen' only.
Kleotrio and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained ai any
time duribg business hours.
Gymnasiam connected with bsti
THE TRAVELFR3" GUIDE.
PHIOAGO, BOCK IbXASTD FACIVIO
Faiiwsy Tlraets ran Ks rnwHased or b
r cbecked at K I A H Twmietk eu-oet depot
ct O R I As P depot eoraar Flfib svemie acd
nirty-atat nraetYask H. piuauaer, Acect.
FU Werth. lxavw A i. t).
Omaha !ea Rolsca
OmahaADee atoUiee Ml.'.
ruma&aa Mlcnrapolls Sa.
Denver, Lincoln A Omaha..
Bt. faui A Minneapol's....
DatiTar, Ft. Worth A K. C.
titans, antv A. ut
txeck d a Waehlnfrton.
.vhmobv o iTea atoinos
noca MianastMaart At
baity. Quickly and Permaneotly
Cnauna gnonss Ksautor
It is cold on a positire
amarantas) to cure any
form of. nervous proa
tralirn or anydiauraer
t-f tuo eeaital oraana of
either vex. eansnd
Befciro. b exceaaim aaa of A. fl.tr.
Totjaeco Alcoaca or Ojiern, or cn aeoouit
ot Toettofni laeinwatioa r over iodakrwaja eta,
Dnalneas, CanTuVOoDa, Vakefalnew. rl.-ao'b
at ratal Depreni-jn. rV ftnnlngof the Brain, Weak
Memory, licnrir.g low?i pairs, rieoinal Wcaknesa,
Hyena, Koctamat Cmimiiea, Hpencaturrba.-a.
Lans of 1'owcr and Impoteory, which if neglected,
auay lead to proioatme old er and tnaanity.
IWtieely Ruarantord. 1'rico.Sl.WaboiiSbrM
orSV.ce. heiit br aaeil on raccir-tof priea.A wnttua
faarsiitnsf idMiil witaotmi toXO order racirea.
to refand tteasoney if a SHiaaii.nt careaa but
as I Taw,
It I U an
t 40 am
Tit -so am
1 1 4pm
r :w pat
4 ) ant
It l':lii am
it :ao pta
.i-.1,1r1: t Departure. tOsiw.azaaptSnnday.
All otb.ra aall Talopbcna loti
Siinuajttrninc a Pullman sleeper wffl bs at
the d.pot sfior lii:sn. which will ieare tor Caica
goatS:&5a. m. Konday.
DUHLlNOTcin ROTJTB-O B. O. 'a Alio
V WJ .UTH' rin aveaae and BUtaenth
.treat. M. J. ourur, araat.
Bar. uin via Monmonib TMla 1 4ft pat
owuiiiK, iiuuja o:
Penrla. B.-ard.luwn, Bnr
linctnn A Wee.
at. Paul A Minneaimlhi
atrlft.O- I li,.l. A.lta,KM.
At 1. I. ...... I , l .. ,
A Pac. t -oart via (ialcb rx T pai'e -jg aat
Oallr. tDallj except Snsday. '
Tfflanit i fipm
fRICAOO, KILWADBSK ST. PAUL
Railway Ractne At bonlfcwaetarn Dlvtatoa
-Depot Twentieth street, bet wen Pint and
second avenaea, L. H. Greer, Aaat.
TRAfWS. Lav. Amarv
teUandSrpreni tan am SOmb
M.Paal Sxprme 4 M0 pat 11 K'aai
freight and Acconunodat'a. sal am 9 : a
Daily except Sanday.
jbiaAiiu m rBQ&IA UA1LWAT
TSS'Tafmt Viewt A .. o. . , .
S. U Gosiaionu "
H-oria a at Unii Hall is' .
Peoria Aemni. Fwli-t,!
Gallic Arcommoiistioa... ...
'able Accaminortailon . ..
I .ts am
? :1(1 nn
Hmmw c..r inhti Ia.uk ..... ...
avm:i 5.; :r-.:-
rlvrn. Train, marked a dally, all other trains
daily except Sunday. -
Bcklington, Ckoak RArioa
1knWu I. - .1 - . - .
. .. " '-J- root or nrac
street, Oaveauort. Jaa. Monoa, Uoa. Ta't A '
PsveniOTt' Trstr,. .
lT OO n
WW LiBertr Trail.-
W :10 am
el V46i.ru I h8:iam
b7 :ta u
a Osil. bliaiiT exeem MnsaT. euotne intt.
tGolrr Bonth Mid east. No. ! run. batwaun
Oedar Raplas and Waal Llbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry Ctreet depot
Lv Hock Island .
CHI P Depot
Lv Kock Inland
Twectieta at Depot
Ar Indianauoiis .......
Ar lAiil.vlUe.. ........
Ar tincloaaU.... ......
Ar Jacksonville .. .
ArSt Lnala.. ..........
Ar Lincoln... .........
Ar KTaaerilla. .........
4 a am
10 Aft am
II 10 am
7 10 am
S OS am
1 17 pm
IS Ml am
1 40 pa
7 SO am
9 -4 i-m
S ij am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
ROCK ISLAWD TO ST. LOCIS.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
R. STOCK HO USE,
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Toiin Voile fc Co.
SXXV1A ItSDlCtSnt CO, Detroit, XkSa
teM by M. F. atokassa, aracjlst, Rothaslaaa
Sash, Door and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork lor iioiidtiii
aoAlBf. IkKanaS. WobAWUiCS