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AltOUfl. MONDAY, FEBRTJABY 17, 1866.
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Castorla is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants
. and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrnpa, and Castor Oil.
' It Is Pleasant. Its coarantee Is thirty Tears dm by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fererishness. Castorla prevents Yomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic Castorla relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla Is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
"Castorla Is an excellent medietas for eaD
dren. Mother have repeatedly told ma of its
good effect upon their children.'"
Da. O. C Osoooo,
Castorla is the best remedy for children of
which I am acquainted. I hope the day ia not
far distant when mother, will consider the real
Interest of their children, and uas Castoria in
stead of the rarloua quack nostrums w hkh are
destroying- their loved ones, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing syrup and other hurtful
agents down their throats, thereby
them to premature graTea."
Da. J. I. XoicBaMS,
TV Cexttaavr Comipmarr, ft Marraw Straw, Slew Tork City.
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" Castorla is so well adapted to chOdraa that
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ence in their outside practice with Castoria,
nnd although we only hare among oor
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merlta of Castoria has worn us to look with
faror upon it."
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in Davenport, Iowa.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
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any Consumption, Rlieamatism-Neuralne. D
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pltal exuerleuce enables ns to save a life when
WE CAN positively niniiiM a
radical cere of Varleoeela In smn days byooj
pelalea method. Women raftering from ntertn
or overtatn tronbles of any nature corns and sat
mm vyuuuu am your case ires ox cnarge.
akin la raring cases si Tea np as noseless b all
uw people as wsll as ths medical profession the
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4W MslSlaH tMrfTttV- lLaSB ef SsTaOSl
Varstorcsr wfis amy tame.
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BRINK OF A CRISIS.
Francs Fsrilously Clost to a New
SE5ATE AID SEFOTIES CLiSSSSQ
Taa Fsi mil Deteraaiamd ta
Mlamtry tat the Latter am tke other
Base Craswss aitaatlem ta Tweaty-ar.
Tears, aad May Earn ia Barrlcast. Wry
Wr Issaes lisi etrlageat megedaslaaa
for Cabana Mesa Treabte Orer Csrsa.
LoyDOS, Feb. ?. The French senate
Saturday, by a vote of 139 to 70, re-adopted
the resolotlon passed by that body on
Feb. 11 after the premier. Bourgeois, had
demanded a vote of confidence on tbo
question of the Southern railway scan
dals. The chamber of deputies on Thurs
day last roted confidence In the goTernv
ment on the same question. The cabinet
referred the question of It resignation to
the president, and finally decided to Ignore
tbe senate's Tote. This action has brought
on what Is considered the grarest crisis
the French reoublle has faced for a long
time. If erer.
Farm la Sight of Hob Law.
The Paris correspondent of The Times
telegraphs as follows to that paper: "The
cabinet has sounded a clear note. If It
succeeds. It Is nothing more or less than a
coup d'etat. If it falls, it is an act of vio
lence to no good end. The sotting aside
of the rote of the senate virtually upsets
the constitution. If the senate stands
firm there are only two alternatives the
resignation of the ministers or tbe expul
sion of the senate by a mob. Tbe latter
would mean the superseding of the consti
tution by a revolutionary convention.
The chamber of deputies, which reassem
bles on Thursday, cay, however, recoil
from a second vote, which might prove
disastrous. The situation is the most
dollcate we have soon in twenty-five
Crisis Said To Be Very Grave.
The special dispatches from Paris this
morning all agree as to the gravity of the
crisis. According to a setul-ollltial state
ment Bourgeois, tho premier, had an in
terview with President Faure yesterday
afternoon and explained that the conflict
of the senate with tbe chamber had as
sumed such a character that a resignation
of the ministry would not solve the crisis.
The cabinet had therefore decidod to
await tho further expression of the opin
ion of the chamber, tho ministers agree
ing that they can no more yield to tbe
senate than they can disregard tbe confi
dence of the chamber.
Oa the Brink of am Vpheaval,
A dispatch from Paris to The Post says:
The real origin of tho crisis Is the de
termination of the senate to overthrow
the radical ministry or to die in the at
tempt. Not since 'Mai Seize' has France
been on the brink of so extensive an up
heaval. President Faure's position Is
shaken and he is severely blamed by all
moderate politicians for suffering the ex
periment of a radical ministry, falling to
foresee the countless difficulties that were
bound to follow."
Popalaee Inclined to Optimism,
A Paris dispatch to the Daily News says:
The most noticeable feature of tho crisis
Is the apathy of the public and the belief
that all will come right somehow. Tho
chamber is unlikely to yield, and already
dissolution Is in the air."
WETLEB DBAITS TIME L15E1 CLOSE.
Praelanaatkma by tbe Spaanh Leader Oe-
snes Threatens Assassination,
Havasa, Feb. 17. General Weylerhas
Issued throe proclamations regarding the
treatment of enemies of Spain on tbe
Island. AH inhabitants of the provinces
of Puerto Principe, Sanctl Splritus and
Santiago do Cuba are ordered to concen
trate in towns held by the Spaniards with
proof of their identity, within eight days.
Passes are required for travelers in tbe
disturbed districts, and all passes hitherto
issued are revoked. Prisoners caught in
action will be tried summarily; if the sen
tence is imprisonment the accused must
bo brought to Havana with the papers in
No sentence of death shall be executed
without Weylcr's authority except when
communication with him is Impossible or
in cases of military sedition. Stringent
regulations are promulgated regarding
publication of "Invented" stories and
against incendiaries, destroyers of railway
or telegraph lines, sellers or conveyors of
war munitions to the rebels, those who
supply the enemy with horses or food;
guides for the enemy unless forced or
those who use dynamite. In fact the proc
lamations cover anything intended to in
jure the Spanish cause or forward that of
Ciomes Gives Warning- ta Weylar,
- Tampa, Fla.. Fob. 17. Passengers ar
riving from Cuba say that the rumor pre
vails in Havana that the prisoners in
Moro castle are being shot, as firing can
be board in the city. Gomes has notified
General Weyler that should he attempt to
repeat his atrocities of tho former revolu
tion he will be assassinated.
Spanish Editertal Opialem of Carle
New York, Feb. 17. A special to Tbe
World from London says that The Her-
aldo, the leading newspaper in Madrid,
says: "It is not for the United States
government to give paln lessons in hu
man Ity. Those who live in glass houses
should not throw stones. Let tbe United
States government put down lynching be
fore it reads ui homilies on our duty to
tbe Cuban insurgents."
BCSSIA-S COCP IX COBEA.
Aetata That Is Keeping the Japanese
Gevernm t Awake Mights.
Losdox, Feb. 17. Tbe Times prints a,
dispatch from Kobe, Japan, today which
says: "News from SeoaL Corea, proves
that Russia made a remakable coup oa
tbe night of Feb. 10. On that night SOU
Russian marines with a field gun w
landed at Chemulpo and inarched to
S.-ouL The king secretly left tbe palaee
for the Russian legation, whence be
claimed his ministers guilty of
Two of the ministers were ir rested and
executed and the other fled "
asma tnaslrls mT the K
Nrw Tors, Feb. 17. A dispatch to tbe
World from Tokio, Japan, says:
is great activity among all ths naval
forces The Japanese avrernment is com-
fident that Russia Is encouraging the re
volt in Corea with a new to the early es
tablish iag of a Rossiaa protectorate over
CHRISTIAN SCIENTIST MALTREATEO.
Given a Coat a Tar and Aahea:e Bus s
f Certain Snapicieme.
North Platte, Neb, Feb. 17. Iter.
William Bailey, a Christian Scientist
preacher, was tarred by a gang of men in
this city. A husband at whose bouse he
had been stiying had to soeure assistance)
In ejecting him from his house. It was
rumorei that bis relations with the wom
an of the house were not what they should
have been, and when people oa the streets
learned of his b?ing thrown from tbe
house public feeling ran high. After be
ing run out of this house he took np his
abode with another family.
Shortly after 10 o'clock at night he was
pulled out of this house by the gang, taken
to the railroad yard and treated to a coat
of tar and asbestos. Just bow badly he
was treated is not known, but it is not
thought any great bodily injury was done
him. After being tarred he was released
on a promise to leave town.
In the ease of Mrs. Davidson, charge of
blackmailing Rev. C O. Brown, of San
Francisco, the defense moved for dismissal
on a technicality and the judge will de
cide the point next Friday.
John Wrieht has died at hlshbmein
Santa Rosa county. Fiord in, aged 12a
years. He had been blind for many years.
but was mentally souni. lie loaves lour
generations of descendants.
William McGraw. James Dodge, Adolph
Boltel and Mathias Tegeiberg, miners of
the Republic mine. Republic, Mich., were
killed by a skip In which they were com
ing from work jumping the track. An
drew Peterson was probably fatally hurt.
Miss Francis M. Goodwin, formerly of
Newcastle, Ind.. has been commissioned
by tbe government to make a marble
bust of tho late Vice President Schuyler
Colfax, of South Bend, Ind., to be placed
In tho senate gallery at Washington.
Robert Williams, a ncfrro. was shot to
death and hansed by a mob near Mont
gomery, the capital of Alabama, because
ho killed an officer who who was trying to
arrest him. The negro was under arrest
The machine shops of the Mexican In
ternational railway at Cuidad Porflrio
Diaz, Mexico, were entirely destroyed by
fire. Loss, (300,000; no insurance.
In a fight with cnttlo "rustlers" on
South Beaver creek, Wya, Sheriff Owens
and posse killed two John Tims and
Hank Thompson and captured a third.
James Wright, assistant managing
litor of the Chicago Chronicle, is dead of
The Republicans of Chicago instructed
the delegates to tbe state convention to
vote for Tanner for governor and Herts
for state treasurer.
Mrs. Eliza J. Nicholson, owner of the
New Orleans Picayune and a woman of
considerable literary reputation, died
Saturday, ller husband died only a week
Goorge Crooks, egad 19, shot and per
haps fatally wounded Frank WescL aged
21, at Kansas City. The bullet entered
A. W. Fagin, one of tho most widely
known citizens of St, Louis, is dead, aged
The latest discovery is that the Roent
gen "X rays can be focused.
Fred Sampson, a young man from De
catur, Ills., was found dead in his room
on the Westminister hotel, Los Angeles,
CaL, from an overdose of morphine.
A company is being organised to build
new stock yards at Buffalo, N. Y., the In
vestment being reported i,000, 000.
Tbe firm of Herman Keck, Cincinnati
diamond dealers, is charged by tbe gov
ernment with beating Uncle Sam out of
1,000,000 in duties by successful diamond
General A. W. Groely, the ex-Arctic ex
plorer, wants it distinctly understood that
the "record" for progress toward the north
polo belongs to the expedition he com
manded !f):v4 north latitude until Nan-
sen is heard from.
Senator Pcttigrew has announced him
self a candidate to represent the South
Dakota Republicans at the national con
vention, and Is making the fight as a free
Charles K. Folsom, who had been a
selectman for Epping, N. H., for twenty-
one years, is dead, and now It is found
that he was a grand rascal while living.
White Republicans met in state conven
tion at Ashevllle, N. C. and selected dele
gates to tfie St. Louis convention, who
Instructed tor McKinley.
Three Deaths Frees Trichinosis. '
Stcrgeox Bat, Wis., Feb. 17. Three
deaths have occurred in two weeks from
trichinosis in the family of Michael Car-
tnondy. or Keg Harbor. Tho cause of
doith was first supposed to be tvnhoid
fever. The trichina was contained in sum
mer sausage. The dead are Mrs. Car
mondyand two daughters. Three others
are critically UL
Acqnlttnl fee Frederick Day.
Milwaukee, Feb. 17. After being out
thirty hours the jury In the case of Fred
erick: Lray, president ol the Plankinton
bank, at 6:33 o'clock yesterday afternoon
brought in a verdict of acquittal. The
bank foiled early in the panic of 18Y3. and
Day was charged with receiving deposits
alter tne nanx was Known to be insolvent.
Faaerel of the Eats Editor Brown.
GALES A, Ilia, Feb. 17. A public funeral
was given tbe late J. B. Brown, editor of
tbe Galena Gazette. Services were held In
Turner hall, where 2,uu0 people congre
gated for the obseqalea. Rev. George D.
Ldndsey and Hon. K. H. McClellan eulo
gized Mr. Brown. The funeral was under
Library far the Battkmhia leemv
Cedab Rapids, Ia, Feb. 17. The Iowa
State Association of Christian Endeavor
era has started a movement to raise funds
and reeelvs donations of looks for the
purpose of providina the rmttl.hln Inera.
with a library. W. L. Richardson, of this
city, am .no luaiiCT in Charge.
Talk ef Aa Early Al.
Washkotos, Feb. 17 There is begin
ning to be a great deal of talk In the sen
ate of an early adjournment. If it Is made
evident that there will be no tariff legis
lation many senators think that an ad
journment by the first of Jane will be
Pons tows. Pa, Feb. 17. The poddlers
in the employ of Potts Bros.' Iron com
pany, limited, have decided to accept a re
duction from 173 to S3.ZS par ton, aad
the works are expected to resarae
T Tear. OU
RMrm V V VH it n
B. Anthony celebrated her 70th btrtbday
c-Mmraay. waw wru im owata
Mans, la ltCO, and removed with
ernes to this city ia lata.
EIGHT PERSON BURNED TO DEATH.
Impel. S em m Fwaee. '
Losdos, Feb. 17. A number of horri
ble accidents occurred at a Ore In a tene
ment house at No. 7 Church street, Sobo,
behind the Palace theater of varieties.
Vive children and three adults were
burned to death. One man jumped from
a window and was Impaled upon the rail
ing of alenca. He was removed to a hos
pital in a dying condition from his in
juries. Heme J am pa em Mortem.
WxsHiJtaTox, Feb. 17. The feature of
the house proceedings was the attack on
Secretary Morton for, as alleged, disobey
ing the law relative to the distribution of
seeds. Tbe secretary was referred to In moat
contemptuous terms by Boatner, who who
particularly severe on the secretary for say
ing some time since that some representa
tives sold then- quota of seeds instead of
sending them to their constituents, Boat
ner said this was an infamous slander.
Livingstone said that if Morton did not
obey the house it would impeach him.
This occurred during the debate on the
agricultural hill, on which measure gen
eral debate was completed. A resolution
was adopted for an inquiry into the power
of an executive officer to refuse to execute
a law on the ground that It is unconstitu
tional. This refers to Bowler's decision
in the sugar bounty case.
That Michigan massale Home.
Gbasd Rapids, Feb. 17. The present
and past presiding officers of tho Masonlo
bodies in this city met to consider the fu
ture of the Masonic home. The home,
free of debt and valued at $100,000, was
rejected as a gift by the grand ledge and
as this was tbe fourth time the gift had
been refused a resolution was adopted not
to offer it again. A meeting was called
for March S In this city of all interested la
tbe home and its maintenance.
Com Hew, taosse.
Oats Dew, ITooVrOe.
Bav Timothv. BlMkalS: nnland. ft Mil- wild.
t60t; skmrh, mass; baled. tatsSU.
Batter Fair to choice. MottUe: freak
ggs msn, isttc
' ma stock.
Cattle Butchers pay for earn ted steers
SKefMe: cows and heimra. lUcallte: calves.
Spring lamb, trie a poena.
Coal Soft, toe.
A FEW FACTS.
Those who contemplate a winter's
trip to this amiable climate will bear
in mind, the
BIG FOUR ROUTE
Is the "Best Line" ceon-raphicaHj
and substantial j from all points
East, Northeast, North, Northwest
and West. Solid trains of magnifi
cent Wagner Buffet Sleeping Cars,
Buffet Parlor Cars, elegant Coaches
and Dining Cars daily from Mew
Tork, Boston, Buffalo, Cleveland,
Columbus, Sandusky, Chicago, St,
Louis, Peoria, Indianapolis and in
termediate points to uincinatti,
where direct connection is made in
Central Union Station, without trans
fer across the city, with Through
Trains of Pullman Sleeping Cars to
Jacksonville, via the Queen A Cres
cent Route and Louisville A Nash
For rail particular call on Agent "Big Foar
Koale - or address
. 6. MeaeuBct- a. i. autnr.
Pam. Traffic Mgr. Gcol l'aaa. A Ticket Agt
And Floor Paints,
110 Third avenue.
C3. C3TTS E KLLS.
The great re
ST tor amrvi
ralllas; or Loot
Ksnbood. larnoesanr. Nightly FmmmoaS.Yootk
ful Errors. Mental Worry, eioi salve Bee of To
bacco or Optum. wuick lead tc-Oiimiminlua and
insanity, wiisenrjas wow mnwawni
tea eimrsatee to cere er iiaimu u
Sold at ner box. eons lor
errs cmEsnrAL cavui.
Kvatt OFiMrTaTiON 5,
r- worn aauc sv all, dbuooists oa O
k eo m clash st aaPCRuu. nrLom.
m N.EV. DorVt take any substitute 3
; with the same name but deferent t
makes IWice as much
A, X.BesxTeeoaavs. asmSkd St-,iaca IaH-J
s r -r.-m, i aw. .a ail
nam as a ansa amen.
sSH I WOI Irt Ml'
RLmOKTMR APDI rTl Aim
POLISHED WITH A BRUSH
Sold by Henry Dart's Sons,
A Weary Woman.
A prominent Ohio lady, without
rem tor montns. a test or en
durance and what ended It.
If tbe inner Urea of thousands of eamra
erere known how, sleepime, net eons and
In constant pain, they hare for Tears fought
disease aadrdrath-enca world marvel at their
lanrnacc iu m a case ia point, "i had
War the nut tin.
'': have been a arret
sanercr. Was af
tion.inflammntion and displacement.
Mad siren np
hopes of eTer being
better. Had not a
nights rest foreev.
eu month. The nee
ofyoor Wild OUn
and Mvrtle Tonic
A.M. A. XIILLRR.
ail diseases peculiar to the acx-doins; what
pnrmnana cannot: neranar Tnrv contain ra.
aredknt practicallv unknown to the proCra
aion. The doctor who dmrorered the treat
ment, save hia life to the otndy of female die-
rim pinn win appeal to vonr common
Wild OUre m annlied to tbeeeatof the
disease. Mrrtlc Tonic is an internal remedy
to rnrild np the health. The price St. each.
Ladle caa have a harmless, eflerttTe home
treatment at tittle expense. Sample, aad a
vainanie treatise, rree.
VICTOR MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION.
Sooth Bead. Ind.
Mrs. M. J. Sakqext, Agent,
US Thirty -esrentli St., Twelflk eve, BoekIslsn4
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods st
1807 SECOND AYEBUB.
LATEST NOVELTIES IB
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OAST SS IBUf AT
E.. F. DORff,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1623 (SECOND ATX
Harper House B,lock
TKltj-Flrrt SlrtJt lt!:i
Fine Residence Lots in this
addition For Sale on
This addltlo la located be
twaaa Tweatieta aad TtreB-tj-weooad
streets aad Teatk
aad Twelfth aTcaues, sad
aesrlj STsrj lot la it has
apoa it a fiss walnst, elm,
kakbrrv, or otkar Urre
tree, aad Is alread provid
d wltk abundant shade.
These lots are ia tho tstj
bast part of ths city, and
ths saoat dassrabls for ratd
daaee parposs of sa j lots ta
the city. Apply to
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aUU BSKTm '
"for a otseK ArrFA-rjrwnsams'
a Bras. Praos.Casitm.Masa.USA.
Wholesale Grocers, Book Island
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or O B I P depot antwar rtfth avease ami
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the depot i flee 10:Sa which will leave lor Chica
go et S:St a. as. Moaday.
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mJ way Ue pot Pint svease sad II rises It
street, M. J. Tonas. scent.
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sosllr. tDsllv except haada.
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Second svenass, L. B. Otesr. AsenU
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Peoriaa St Louis Mail Bs,
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ally except Ssadav.
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street, Darenped. im,
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tOoins: hentt aad asst. Me. IS nua bet'
Oedar Baples and Wast Ubeity.
To the East via the
R.-I. & P.
Lv Rock bland......
Lv Rock Island ,
1 16 am
It 06 pm
Twentieth st Depot
ar rearm ..m.....
Ar Laslrrlll. ........
Ar LMyum.. ...........
Ar Colambss... ...... .
Ar bpr BcSsld....
Ar st Lesm.. ..........
Ar Lincoln... .......
11 at i
1 1 I
10 SO I
10 SO am
II 10 1
Ar Dec mar. ........
A r Terr. Haute ....
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK ISLABD TO ST. LOCI.
Trsia lesTing Bock Island at 8.-00
a. at. carries through coach to St.
Louis, passing throaih 1'ckln, liar
ana. Spriaefield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry throoeh
coaches sad Bleeping cars oa Bight
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Afsat
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