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G THB AJRBUB. MOND MAY 4, 196.
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anas s a 11
for Infants and Children.
THIbVTT y tWrtl nf CuUrto with thajpatrcmacw at
anfltloaa af fwiwi, paradt aa to speak: of it wrttfcot. arnwoslna;.
It fa naqrioationnoly the t rwwjody tor Iafaata and CMMw
ta wwH In tf taowi. It ia honnTeaa. ChUi?rm Hke it. It
arlreo linMkaItk.It .will enra their- 1It. In it Mothers fcart
nonaotalnt; whle,kls ahao lately eaup acd TtTaetlciaJly p4rrfar. my m
Casrtorla destroys Wanan
Castorla allay, rprertalmassv
Castorla prsrT ts wmaWrf Soor CpI
Cm tmria enrw Diarrhea and Wind Collo.
Castoria re!leTea TeetMn g Troup lea.
Caatarl enrsss CoststlpaHnn and jlatnlonoy.
Castorla aoatralUoa tho affaota of carbonto arid gas or poliouotia air,
Cantwrta daw act cantata aaarpklna. oplnm. rr other aarrotla j-.roperty.
Caatortajamlmllataa taa food! rrfrnlatoa .th atontach and tosarola,
airing healthy aatl mataral aWp.
Caataria la pat ap la onej-stra VSotUos aaly. It It ant eold la bnla:.
Pont a,??w fcay aaa to sell jom anything c-lae at tfco pla ar proaalao
that It fa "Jnst as good and "will miifw osrery pnrposa.
Era that ym get C-A-S-T-O-Tl-I-A.
sign ti tar a of
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsli & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Median! Institute Permanently located in Iayenport, Iowa
bit. T. M VYALsU, '
foriMrlr CI1 ideal I'rotvMot tatweaf fnirajre'a
Media aodteal olK(oa,
Dlt. J. K. WALSH,
Late of Chl.-afo. tormmtiw limajuiiuf a
NERVOUS DKHIL1TY Kxhaastive drain, sleeplessness.
sanity. cak rnrewry. ncetal seluWras, or aay otiir condition Sua to
pnitirlj c una.
CATAKKII Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rhenmatiam, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood.
Wle7mca!cmad BW " b" and psraanenUy cored by oar advaneed aj-
VARICUCK1.K Is the muHt active cauae of norvoaa debility. Why treat
STT . ",'h'T" T? rrmt yon a pcrmanejit rsr la Hm dan by our ilnlaM
WOMKN Su!Iurlnr from dineasea peculiar to thoir aez should consult us.
ar br raivd msn) ' ca lwn up a bople. and w mayh abla iocm too Onnrioal
oprnlloii prr.urracd at out bom. if dcalrad. Abdoaiinal and brain former? a pecia!l.
OUU CRKDKNTIAI.S anJ TestimoniaJs are the Rest The numerous ac-
rowlMlmt,l wr hTrrwldfromcnew-i.ilperif.ir oar rcmarkaM can In both
k .JV.T V IT i ' l. 1 COI"!'"' our kdvMiftd mathod euro wbsra all
otborfil. T'in-rro.datMtimoUb olbrr.. but coarult u at ooco aod roca o
Kat'.tZ?. V' it . !""! " e""r lloa thai you ran be cared. Kara you aaasnl
' i". ' -icuupii. e macn an oDiect rot oa to uiTte-
tlaatooant. No othor w:U ... offer o roch a flr propwttlon. ij"mr
o ONLY CUHABLK CASES TAKKN o
" y"'aaoal3,wrilo. Uoourtdn oirvd by mall. Uoura t to 1. g to B, T to S. BaBdara
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OFFICE 124 W. Third St.. McCullouj;h, Building, Davenport. Iowa.
BIATnra AID TUTI LA TIRO BMOIVBUW.
IfVou Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
in Rock Island.
Offices la ROCK ISLAND and UOLLNE
f fa rH w afHoj ild ararr t 19 tCtkad tftfS nWKJ. ASJx
"A- MivTlCtMi, CUL.rfcliiliai 4JTaaa.
teoault in 4 wvrka.
for sale at Harper Uoose Pharmacy, Roek Island, 111.
Carpenter and Builder.
Shop en Vln ttrMt, HOCK ISLAXf D.
To Be Let Loose in Four Places
at the Same Moment.
INTERESTING SHOW AT NEW YOEE.
Model of the Great Eleetrle Float at Niag
ara Falle To Ha Baa la the Metropolis by
UCBtatBC from tbe Fall. Which Will
' Alea Simultaneously Fire Canaon ia
Malae, California. Minnesota and LeaJe
laaa Depew'a Epochal Telecraia.
New VOBK. May 4. Tonight Governor
H.irton will open the National Exposition
of Klcctrical Appliances in the Industrial
Arts building in this city. Elaborate
preparation has been made for this event,
and It is expected that the attendance
will be Inrjro and include some of the
most distinguished efectriclans in this
country The convention Is that of the
National Electric Light Association, to
which delegate have been sent represent
ing more than 10,000 electric lighting
plants in the United States whose nargre
gate capital is in excess of $75O,W).03i.
Tbe Industrial Arts building has bean
the scene of great activity during the last
ten days and nights and an enormous
force of electricians and mechanics has
been at work.
Principal Feature of the Opening.
Tho principal feature of tho opening ex
ercises will bo the turning on of a current
of electricity generated by tho waters of
the Xiiujnra river in tho groat power
house of tho Niagara Power company,
which current of electricity will bo trans
mitted over an ordinary telegraph wirj of
tho Western Union company. Tho in
sulation of this line is sach that no con
siderable amount of electrical energy for
power purposes can bo transmitted, but
by tho uso of the recently invented two.
phnso Tcsla system enough energy will
be transmitted to establish beyond ques
tion, it is claimed, the feasibility of long
distunes electric power transmission upon
a commercial basis. This line will be 4.'6
miles in length. The longest lino hereto
fore ever established was from tho falls
of the Neckor to a point 110 miles distant.
Will Cee a Historic Key.
The governor will uso upon this occa
sion tho gold koy with which President
Cleveland put in motion tho wheels of in
dnstry at tho World's Fair. Governor
Morton will also, at the declaration that
tho exposition Is open, discharge four
piece of artillery, ono stationed in the
pnblic squire in San Francisco; one in
Augu-itn, Maine; one in front nf the city
building at t. I'ntil. mid the other In a
public park in New Orleans. This dis
charge is nig accomplished by a current
of electricity generated in Niagara and
transmitted over tho telegraph lines.
Model of a Costly l'lant.
Tho current of electricity which Is trans
mitted from Niagara will be used in put
ting In motion a modal of tho
Niagara power plant roeently con
structed at a cost of upwards of
VUUO.OOiX This plant consist of a tunnel
8,030 feet In lengtli, entered by a wheel pit
1V1 f. ct In depth, at the bottom of which
are mammoth tnrblno wheels operating a
shnrt, on the top of which are immensa
electrical generators with a capacity of
,iO. horso power. Tho total weight ot
turblno wheel, shaft, and generator is
npwards of 100 tons. This model, which Is
shown and operated with tho N ingara cur
rent, is a cross section view of tho tun
nel, wheel pit and machirtcry and also
snows a section ui tho city of Niagara
WILL UEAIt NIAGARA'S ItOAB.
Other Features of Interest at tho Great
Exhibition of Harnessed Lightning.
Surrounding this model will be a sorio
of telephones, which will be connected
with receivers placed In Victoria park on
tho Canadian sido of the Ningra river.
All ptesent, as they witness the move
ment of the machinery by the current of
Niagara, can hoar distinctly the roar of tho
cataract There will also beexhiblto.l and
operated a miniature section of tho Erie
canal, showing the cable way system of
electrical canal bont propulsion recently
adopted by the stato of Now York and
soon to be put in operation upon the Erie
Floating upon this miniature canal will
bo a fleet of model canal boats of recent
design, propelled by tho electric motor
which travels upon tho cable by means of
tho electric current. Another feature of
unusual interest will be tho closing of a
circuit around tho world by which a cablo
message' will bo sent by Chauncey M.
Depew over tho cables to Lisbon, through
tho Mediterranean and tho Suez canal
and tho lied tea to Aden, thence to Ccv
Ion and .Australia, returning by way of
the Capo of Good Hopj, the African coast,
the Urnzillnn cable, tho land line to tho
City of Mexico, thenco by way ot San
r ran Cisco to Mow York.
This message Depow will send from a
table which will be placed in a gallery of
tho exposition building. It will be ad
dressed to and received by Edward D.
Adams, president of the Niagara Tower
company, whose reply will bo transmitted
to and read by Depew, who will follow
witn a brief address upon tho oloctrlo era.
Tho sullon roar of tho great falls of
Niagara was heard In this city last night,
when the electric current which is to con
ncot tho thunder of tho falling water
with the electrical show was turned on
for tho first time as a test. The test was
mndo by the managers of the show, nnd
was pronounced a success. The sound of
tho water could bo plainly heard. At the
same time, the power was nut on and
every bit ot machinery in tho electrical
show was put in motion for a few
Stanford Caiveraity Oat of Trouble.
as Fhascisco. May 4. After three
years of litigation over the estate of tho
late Senator Stanford Mrs. Stanford has
at lost been enabled to pay the bequest of
s-J,aoo.uuo which the senator left to Lei and
S'anford. Jr., university. ' This payment
means an assured income to the great in
stitution, no matter what may happen.
The bonds transferred to the university
draw interest at the rate of $10,000 a
Assailaata of the Cowboy Preacher.
FKItnT. O. T.. May 4 Sheriff Hanson
has arrested and brought hero Wiliiam
Hooks, William Jones and Sidney Rob
erts, charged with heating and perhaps
fatally wounding Key. u. a. McKinney,
the cowboy preacher. McKinney Is not
dead, but Very seriously injured
Mra, Booth-Tucker Getting Well.
Sax Fbancisco, May . Mrs. Booth
Tucker ha been pronounced out of
danger by bee physicians.
WOME V AVE THEMMITTEE.
R.uort in Their Favor ltr Made to
tbo Slel hodbt Cnf rencn.
Clevulasd, May 4 Asido from the
episcopal address, which wa real by
Bishop Warren, of Denver, there was
nothing of especial Interest in the second
day's proceeding! of the Methodist Epis
copal general .conference. Tho four
women delegates, who arejikly to prove
a bone of contention, continued to occupy
their scats and vote the same as male
delegates. A committor has considered
their cose and the fight of the conference
will bo precipitated' by it report. The
"committee on eligibility," as it U called,
devoted tho entire afternoon to consider
ing this matter and the women were op
posed very warmly.
One argument against permitting the
women to keep the scuts they occupy was
that It would be in violation of the con
stitution; doubly so because at Iho Inst
general conference an amendment had
bocn proposed to tho constitution, that
amendment having been submitted to the
annual conference in the meantime and
defeated. The committee met again at
night, and it was learned that the vote
was taken and resulted 20 to 11 in favor
of the women.
At a meeting of laymen it was decldod
by a voto of 67 to 15 to demand equal rep
resentation in future conferences for lay
men nnd ministers. A niocting of lay
men to disenss the tlmo limit for clergy
mon developed a great divergence of view
and a committee was appointed to con
sider the matter. Yesterday tho proceed
ings of the oonferenco were entirely de
votional. Most of tho city pulpits were
filled by members of the conference, and
that body held a session to listen to a ser
mon by Bishop Fowlor, which was an
arraignment of tho "higher critics" t
NATIONAL LEAGUE BASE BALL.
Pittsburg, Philadelphia, Hoston and Chi.
citgo the First Four Clubs.
Chicago, May . Tho position of the
clubs in tho national base ball league has
changed somewhat since lust review,
Pittsburg going to the top in place of
Philadelphia and Chicago being fourth.
Following is the table showing tho club
Played. Won. Lost Cent.
1'itlslrarg 11 u j jus
Philadoltriiia 13 it 4 .t!7
B'wt"n 12 8 4 .tOT
Chicago 1J 8 5 .613
Waslnmrtoo 13 7 5 .fiXi
t'ilw iuiiRti 13 7 s H
Kraiklyn 13 .SIB
Cleveland 10 5 5 M
t. LAmis 13 7 .us
lialtimore 13 5 7 .4
.New ork 13 10 .ic,7
L-nuuville 13 1 13 Alii
Scores mode Saturday: At IJnmk'.yn
Washington 4, lirookiyn 3; at Cleveland
Cincinnati 1, Cleveland 2; at Chicago
St Louis 4, Chicago 15; at Philadelphia
iew xoric is, Philadelphia 10; at Boston
Baltimore ft Boston 10: at Louisville
Pittsburg 14, Louisville a (Sunday) At
Louisville Cincinnati 5. Louisville 3; at
jnicago St Louis 7, Chicago 10.
WORK OF A DESPERATE NEGRO.
Shoots His Sweetheart Fatally and Pats
Lead la Three Other Persona.
Galvestos, Tex., May 4. News from
Beaumont, Tex., says: At Bucna, Josper
county, V Ullam Bendy, colored, shot and
killed Phillip Halnos, whltej knocked
down and beat up and shot Constible
Bibb, white, and shot and wounded
woman named Roxey Bowls and a man
named Edward Rlne, the latter two col-
orcd lloxoy Bowls, whom ho shot first
was his sweetheart, and the trouble arose
011 account of Koxcy leaving him. Con
stable Bibb tried to arrest him, when he
was himself shot in the back of tho head.
Physicians have little hope for tho wo
man's reoovory. After tho shooting of
Hlbb, Bendy started to make his escape.
110 stopped at Philip llaincs house,
where the latter tried to ston him.
Haines was shot and instantly killed
Bendy continuod on his way to escana
and met another negro named Ed Rone.
who in turn fell before the criminal's fire.
Later. Bendy has been captnrcdhanged
by a mob and his body riddled with
Grcaham Keats with His Comrades.
WASniKOTq?, Muy 4. The remains of
General Walter Q. Grcsham arrived hero
Saturday accompaniod by the wife and
son of tho late secretary of 6tate. They
were reintcrred in Arlington cemetery
among tne comrades of his army career.
president Cleveland, and Secretaries La
mont Oiney, Carlisle and Herbert Gen
eral Miles and Pension Commissioner
Lochren wore present. Eight soldiers
were tho coffin bearers and at the end an
army bugler sounded "taps."
Be Disappeared at Milwaukee.
NewYohk, May 4. Adolph Com ins, a
traveling salosman employed by M.
Cooper, manufacturer of ladies' cowns in
this city, has not been hoard of since
r eb. zO last. His lost letter was written
from tho Pfistcr hotel, Milwaukee, and
dated Feb. 290th, Ho disappeared mys
teriously from the hotel, leaving his
ixudes uiiea witn samples and a satchel
Xicaracua Rebellion Ended.
Washisotox, May 4. According to a
caDiegram irom .Managua, Nicaragua, re
ceived here from private sources, the re
bellion which has raged In that country
for the post four months has been brought
to an end by the surrender of the rebel
forces, whose quarters were at Leon. The
robel leaders did not wait They left tho
country to save their lives.
silver Wins ia aa Iowa Convention.
Siocx City. May 4. There was a bittel
fight, ending in a split in the Woodbury
county Democratic convention. Tho free
silver faction defeated the gold, or admin
Vtration, wing. The latter was led by
John C. Kelly. After tho regular conven
tion Kelly organized another and a double
delegation will go to Dubuque.
Pieea of Kentucky Civilisation,
Jackson, Ky., May 4-Linle Ardett,
who had been lounging around tho town
for some time, and who recently refused
to leave when ordered to do so. was se
cretly taken across tho river a few nights
ago by a band of regulators and given 100
lashes on her bare back. She was found
lying in the road exhausted and unable to
Supposed to Have Been Murdered.
SPRINGFIELD. Ida, May 4 The body
of Isam- Channels, aged 23, white, married
(wife and two children), was found near
the Wabash railroad tracks at an early
hour In tne morn ing, supposed to have
been murdered some tuna Saturday night,
ABBREVIATED TELES RAM.
Louis Drake, a white horse trainer at
the Louisvillo rv track, quarreled with
Albert NcaL a negro stable boss, and
tataiiy shot him.
'Xhe Illinois division of the T. P. A., at
a meeting at Peoria, elected Warren Sut
llff president mid Frank H Putuam sec
retary, both of Peoria.
The Western Construction company has
been incorporated in Iowa with a capital
of tl,500,0j(; supposed to be a boom
scheme for western railway construction.
Moxafftr Ed-Din has been proclaimed
snan oi Persia. He Is said to be
popular with the people.
F. W. Jewell and wife, armed with con
gressional and perhaps presidential po
sitions to Kruger, are going to tno Trans
vaal to intercede for Hammond, who.
they say. was led Into trouble by the
wicKea tiritlsbers over there.
A company said to have r-tt.OOtXOOO cap
ital is going to build a model manufao
curing town between Orange and Elixa-
Dctn, iN. j.
W. C. Bohannon. of St Louis, Is run
ning tor president with the -Lard's Prayer
as a piatiorm.
A house In Tenth street Wnukoiran.
Ills., is firmly belloved to be haunted by
people ot tnat town.
An ex-aldcrraan of Chicngj is ssid to be
recruiting a regiment In that city to help
toe cuuan rebels.
It is called an open secret at New York
that McKlnley men havo obtained con
trol of tho New York Times.
George S. Coe, tho well-known New
York banker, is dead at his homo in
Knglewoud, N. J., from a stroke of apo
Eva Booth has sailed for England pre
liminary to taking chargu of Salvation
Army affairs in Canada.
The statue to General Hancock at the
national capital will bj unveiled May 13,
President Cleveland presiding and Sena
tor Palmer making the oration.
Deputy Sheriff Slonne, of Danville, Ills.,
is holding Engeno Mitchell awaiting ad
vices from Weir City, Ksw., where Mitoh-
eL according to his own story, killed a
Professor Ado! man. of Alton. Ills., has
been indicted for embezzlement aud for
"Tho Pines," Senator Halo's beautiful
summer residonco at Ellsworth, Mo., is in
asncs. Loss about f50,0M.
Macon county. Ills., Democracy has
declared for Altgcld and ftee silver.
In removing, for its preset vat Ion,
tho stone in tho porch of tho New York
city sub-treasury building upon which
liuorgo Washington stool to tako tho
oath as first president of tho United
States, tho relic was broken In two pi'tces.
The progress of tho tin making indus
try In tho United States has brought
ruin and starvation on master and man
In the tin-plate district of Wales.
Buda Pesth, Hungary, is celobrating
tho millennial of Hungarian nationality
witn great entnuslasm and brillianoy.
Bank Fraud Gets a Respite.
iKDiASAPOLia, May 4 Governor Mat
thews suspended the sentence of Thomp
son Arnold, of the bank at South Whit-
Icy, convicted of defrauding the deposi
tors, until such time as the chief execu
tive has opportunity to examine the evi
dence. Under the law the minimum
punishment for offenses of which Arnold
wus convicted Is two years imprisonment,
but he was sentenced for one year. There
upon the dofense appealed to tho supreme
court because the punishment was not
conformable with the law, but tho higher
court refused to interfere. As a lust re
sort the governor was called upon.
Weyler Says It I Falsa.
Havana, May 4 Captain General
Weyler, when asked about the list of al
leged murders perpetrated by his troops
in this province, wired to the New York
World by the correspondent here, said it
was absolutely false and threatens to
banish the correspondent Ho says tho
foot that he hoa offered free pardon to
those actually fighting If they will sup
render shows that he is not wantonly kill
The Local Markata.
. Hay Timothy tit; trpland, tQaia- wild,
Kftll! alAneh enlfl- tulul imin rn n tn i
Batter Fslr to cholee, Ue; fresh
ffggs Fresh, 9c
Spring lab-S.504M4 a head
pay tar com fed steers
heifers, aJacOSc; calves.
Children Cry for
A Woman's Happiness,
Twenty years a hoix-loss invalid.
Become in a month, well
Tltc fl Timber of ladirs who ore wholly or in
pnrt. invalids, is inarvrlou. Comjtlajr.ls
peculiar to the sex undermine the bt-alth
atiicklv. Thev ore too seldom cured. Yet a
enre i not dillieult with the proper remroirs.
i uis lauy tens inc.sct.-rct. i nave neen nmitt-
;f 'li l 1 j doctors treated
able to give relief.
A box each of Wild
Olive and Mvrtie
Tonic have cured
me. Fonr weeks
ngo Icoultlnot do
my own work
now I have no
ersvilhr. O. Thi
lady is prominent
in her county. AD
know her and re
joice m her recov
ers. The mtirHiM
that cured tirraretotnllvdiffi-rent from others
on the market. Wild Olive is a local Applica
tion harmless, yet qniek and certain to re
lieve all inflammation. dwDlacrtnmt. Hi
chrre and n-rt-trnlaritie. MTrtle Tonic
Imiids cs tbe sxstcra-m.ikcs the cure perma
nent. A reliable rcientificcomraon-Kcunc and
economical plan of home treatment. k me
die $1. each. Mild cases need Wild Olive
only. Sample and pn instructive trrntise
free. VICTOR MEDICAL ASSOCIATION.
eoutn Bcno, ind.
Mb. If. J. Sakoxstt, Agent,
U Tairty-osveatttt ToebRh ave. Bock blend
THE T2AVELES3' GUIDE.
b Simmons Liver Regulator dont
forget to take It. The Liver gets sluggish
during the Winter, just like all nature,
and the system becomes choked up by
the accumulated waste, w hich brings on
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
Liver regulator to do it. it also
regulates the Liver keeps it properly at
work, when your system will be free from
poison and the whole body invigorated.
You opt THE ItF.STTtIWIs h
your system is in Al condition, and that
win oniy ec wnen uie Liver is Kept active.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
difference. But take only SIMMONS
I IVFR RFniH ATOB it- i IMnvc
Liver Regulator which makes the
cwrerence. 1 ake It in powder or in liquid
alre.-r1r nrMttml nr mnlr a t nf .V,-
r)wder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
1 -f-ivr. V 111 Al J L. tr-rx
un. uk. i uu it iiuu uic icu on every
package. Look for it.
at. U. Zeilia 4k Cos Philadelphia, Pa.
We are showing our
Usual Hae of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Sellable Goods at
1805 SEC0XD AYEMJE.
Tn BATH BOOMS
Baths of all kisda, including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, luo
trio. electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained at the Sanitarium
Bath Rooms, on the first floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From t a. m. to
13 m. on week days For Gen
tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. in
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Electric and Electro-thermal
baths may be obtained at anj
time during business honrs.
Gymsnsiam conneoted with bntl
ist tmt. Ji&$rZL Till- M
lfIE..?.0WE "Es"'-TS.faoth Day.
It quickly and surely re-f
move Nf-miusiHws. impoirmy, I eOtnDay.
a-'kiiiiv (-.iius-,1! in-, r.vii un-unis, 1.
Wwuiuir flisi'w nnd all elTi-eis or seir-utiuxe or
ami liKliiCi-Klion. Iteatorva Imt Vllnlily.
Power and Failing Memory. Warns on" liimiilly
and consumption. Cures niiin alio: hern ralL Insist
tin iihvitik l Al.l nooThor. tan be curried l-i
the v.-l iiorki-t. isv mail Sl.OO per nackaeef-r si
f..r.",.Oo with aKuaratiten to Cure orllefoud
t!it Money, Circular Free. Adilresa
CALUMET MEDICINE CO., CHICAGO. ILL
tor sale by Marshall at Fisher and Bsrta A
CUesteyor. aiugarlata. -
RESMM'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS.
Containing Cottoa Root asl PeocyrojaL
thi uiEf nan.
WkM .,t sb mflitNlilkiS
I rit: raudyls . tkti '
Kemain's rreocn re
male fills, havo been
old f'r over twenty
san -s ot Ladies, whs
have fflrim tentiawniaZs
that tney am unoarellod,
aa a apeeifio mouthly
mediciiie, for immediate
relief ot Painful, and
Irregular Ileuses, fa.
vale Weakness eta.
l'rice t J 00 o box. wita
Csxx sto srMtr.t raj, oasrestora imitatio
v aiKKMi?i yHaii;si, va. vtxamz, jucav
Sold h M. F. Bahnaea. drarrist.
M. M. BRIGGS,
Real Estate. Insurance, Loans
A1SD HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave.. Bock Island.
fiant on ti.n,t st i t- . . ....
-m-w w .v... iuui uano on
217 .f 1 'a,t a'1do ttie etty i irood
ZJirilZ?m , euu eneap uiaura&ce. Tee loU
7",;ith sad rifteth avesue.
aatSataaL ovaporiJT W uo Oiy xo?
Phicaqo, bock i slab d PAcmo
" Railwsy Ticker. A bo r4rcba4 or bse
taee cbucked st K I A P TwitiouTSrVeVdettS
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way Depot First avar.ao and Slxteanife
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PHICAOO. U1LWACKKB ST. FACT,
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Bd avennea, I.. H. roer. Apaat.
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avenue! di-nnt ii i....' .i.T. .V .vT
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dally except bunday. auni
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tuoiua; noma ana east. ko. is runs hot
Uudar Rsplda and West LTbeity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Perry Street depot
Lr Rock Island. .....
C K I A P Depot
Lv Hock Island
Twentieth at Depot
or reona. .......
At Indianapolis .
Ar Dayton. ,
Ar St Lot: is .
Ar I inroln
Ar Mai toon
Ar Terra Haute .
4 33 am 7 3) am
37 aa 300 am
4 40 am I Warn
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9 15 am 1 15 pm
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9 i pm
6 00 um Of- pm
101 pm 1030 pm
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10 &5 am 7 SO pm
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9 IS am S 15 pm
It 4 am S 1 0 a
1- "'t pm 45 pm
1 46 pa
9 x8 pm
8 IS am
7 so an
S M pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Tioket Agent.
GET THE BEST
All Work Guaranteed.
1609 THIRD AVEN UE
BOOK ULABD TO ST. LOCIS.
John yolk: 3fc Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds of
Woodwork (or Bcllders
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