Newspaper Page Text
TZiniAjiTtViioybA FiBitrimY 24; iced
a -. - - .- -
mm su s iinmnn 1 nsTa-mysoainas
tor Infants and Children.
K.fJHIKTT ymmvm ooa-vatiosi mt
It fa mna tloaa My ttthHwrfy fey Iarfaai f d CUMw
tho wwM bi error twwi. It fa bnrsnlose. ChUdron Hba It. It
alyoo taoen health. It wfll mot ttdf Htm. Ia It Mother, bar,
.oasothlna whleh fa nboolnto.y eafie and pmctloaJIy werfoct ar
CnhfU doe tfi Worsen.
CawtwHa nTlnye r.abn.e)a.
Cuiirb pear t. ToaaltiBax fait Cifi
Cao torus wrw PUrr-hana ad Wind CnMa,
CirtwU roIUyoa T tbiae; Trouble. ,
Caa daria esuro. . Co MuBw FlatolemeT.
Ctiri atrajlno. tbo osfoerto of Mffaih eld gna or pdmwi nrr.
Ctri done no. srtatai nsoTphino, njrtsnm, or 1Ur susreotle pro poi tj.
Cantos 4a ee efaallatao tan food, rognlatpa tho ttonwh M bowole,
aortas; Boaflthy mad Mteil aleop.
C torfa. fa pat wp ia wwdw Wttlan only. It fa mot eold in balk.
Pont mUrrw any nam to oH yaw aaytbbsa; ol tho plot or prosaism
that U fa JnaT, aa good" aad "will aBiwtr Tory parpen..
Soo tbnt yoa ft C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
Drs-Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Permanently located ia Davenport, lows.
DR. T. M. WALSH.
fermer'T Clalcal PTocamai la tannf Chteaon'a
kodlM Medical col legos,
OORtCLTATIOK PBBBf PKOMPT
WEAK MEN. Ton that are troub-
ed with Xcrrow Debility, Lost Maahood. B
hastttT. Drains, Mght la, Defectrro Memo ry,
Tsreatrsed Insanity, Low at Win Power, XtnUI
daleetnna, Iwmiiiii, or .ny other TmAom of
nermue eihaiieiivca. tMitutUcnntt Hb
furs U I kw Uto. Halt; la faUL
SURCflCAL operations performed
t rnar h whra 4alrnl. Abdominal aad
krau Nrgary apacialtf .
TM ralara w kava racarraa for oar romarkabla akin la enring cum rim an aa
ka. rn.poll.4 a to a tht.ia.M. la ordar to kit. th. pni.Mw.liM th7Li"l
at i our kaowlortra of BMdlclDa aad our inlmli.hl. r.fcfn i. .1.. . -T. 1
fanjll. phylclno la ajoan wrlcoiaa to aaa a operau" We ara wTlUar Uj.doS
aa I akow oai 111. aaa a laal jaaMy proud nf to. dallr eoncratuiattoea TImSuW fro.
al an.fo.aloa foe tka adTaocod i-diil awl .BraTuiir 1
Oalr carable caeea takaa.
Boat of rafareaoM
rao core, ay auu.
CHIcago Udical Institute, i
Office. 124 West Third Street.
J. II. IinrXklt. MilUtllll Tnwv
fl I with grrat lraiire that 1 rermiiiiit nrl
VJ AJiit i.AMirn rr.ru vt In my liintw over
-4 li Mvr It up at 1 am crowing wooto. I
yj will aay 1 am now rnlirvly frru from that
jp. " j.". . w i-nKii hp, winii
) Kay a linoTaUr will remove that tin-d and languid ftvlinc, usually called trprini; Q
Zjk f.-rr, aiHl Mliiall tn-ajiiirr it a a Ihhim-IioUI uara ami iwoiumeiMl it to all af- 2a
tlh tvai with that malMty." The many cures, without a failure, .rust the fact that V4
e DR." 'KAY'S RRNOVATOR
tJ la rnive rnro for the worst roio of hcal.irlie, d-snepsia. ronstination. liver fj
Oami khlney di.MKen aiwl all nervous and blood dix-Aies, biliou!nes.s despondency, 12
fi-male ilim-axea, rtr. At this timb or vkab it ia valuable ax It renovates ami wv
fA invigorates the whole ayateni anil purifies
-a ami vigor in iim wltoM immiv. 1 nn verr
W' ami e.y to take, IT n
It has two to twr
ffli iks sr.l.l.ixii roit RAH
t sami: I'KicK. JSolil by
jf, i'ihti, imu, ami i. nena tor uie ooosiet; 11 treais an aisease ami many say
it is worth . if they could not get another; sent free fnnu oar Western office, C$
(gt t. 11. J. Ksy Meilical ormirainy, CM) . SixU-enth street, Umaiia, Neb. k
CCCOOOSOSOO SOLD BY CQGCCoCOCCOO
T. Ha TuOZXAS.
Dr. Pca!vc Pennyroyal Pills
TW sw nm rt, Mf aM cTtls In iml tw TV rmtos Dr. FsmlV v 4isss.
" w W-W aoBBBBBoBJarW dawMI BB B-SJii I a VB VdajlBBtfJ, ay
for sale at Harper Uotue rharmaey. Rock Island. I1L .
Plumbers, Steam, Has Fittero
Hobm BeeUa, ud BMIU17 PlB-iblBAj
Cutori with tJte
taewmn fcef it with t.
mMu.S'0' . ,"mrl7 tucMo-la-Chtof e
01. Anthony's Hospital.
ewemgd " th. . Atswwledged by
AaTD PBBWAHBBT OCBU!
TOU CANT afford to delay if to
ar. anffertB. with Cstarrh. RFnfwhlti. ah
Karlr Onnrantlon, Rheamatam.Ilonralna. Dy
pcpala, Serof nta, Brpollia, blood, Uar,kidnay dla-
mpiure, iuea or nraroeclo. Uur Yang hoa-
Y r" "P,l,u anaoia. aa aava a uia l
WE CAN potitlvely paarantee a
radlrai car of Varleoenta In Mm dare byoru
iinlea mrihod. Woman fullering from ntcrlnc
or OTrnaln trouble, of any notnru cone and lot
mu vyuinm w jusr sane ira. or caarga.
bonoleaa ha all
ical arofttanoa taw
anrgvry. Ram ember you
1 w Knowledge
asd ercdcntlala. U job cumot call. wnta.
I Boor-ta 10
davb-spobt . iowa.I tSs
V ftak at aal
f,,u - A n l-iriru nu Bb
l)r. Kay's Keiiovator, vx-ially Ur f
vui uiiiiit-iw iiitii. 1 nave iiiui a Tincn
a year and I ronrlndert to wrar it out.
have now taken twot-iit boxes and
ttvllnir. I am roi.tiili-i.t ih.it r itr
ami enriches the Mood. Riving new life
lmt nenro Innw knnm-n Vnv nkuni w
timrs as kasy tkkks as i.iqitid Mr.ni- U
wrHULIID Will, .III) . It. I II I I IRVWUIL
ilruirgists or sent by mail on rnceint of
oat a rellabk, arontniT, rornlalln. D-d!riine. Only liaiail gaal
lh.uea dr(iaaosJdaea4. 11 f oa vaat ta. beat, get "
. . . . U2 KtgkUMth SfcCMi,
Fatil Thirteen Plays a Part in a
EIGHT DEATHS WILL BE RECORDED.
Toot of m Wobb
Hko Took o rrigkMal Leaf) rraam o
..roartk Story Wladow aaa laarlid oo
Her yoreoaod Dramatic Raocaw of Aa-
Woaaaa by a Ftremoa Awfal
at a BaUiaaor. Ulaao.
BALTIMORX, Feb. r Seven persons
were asphyxiated, ono fatally hart by
jumping from a window, and five other,
mora or Icat Injured, by a fire In the resi
dence of James R. Artnlger, a prominent
jeweler, at 1814 Charles street yesterday.
The dead aro James U. Armiger. aged
65; William B. Riley, his aon-in-law;
Richard Riley, son of YT. B. RUey, aged 4;
Marian Riley, daughter of W. B. RUey,
aged ?K; Mrs. Marian Champlin, daugh
ter of James R. Armiger, aged 80; James
Champlin, her son. aged S; Horace B.
Manuel, aged 56, of New York City, a
gnest. Fatally injured Alice Williams,
sorvant, skall fractured.
Ltet of Thoaa Who Got Bar.
The Injured are the following: Mrs.
William B. Riley, burned about the face
and arms and suffering from inhalation of
smoke, will recover; Mrs. James Armiger,
aged SO, slight burns and suffering from
shock and exposure; Eleanor Armiger,
aged ,14, slightly burned; Miss Virginia
Armiger, age 25, anklo slightly sprained
In jumping; Mamie Whiting, servant,
slightly burned and suffering from inhala
tion of smoke, will recover. Tho house in
which the holocaust occurred is one of a
row of granite front residence belonging
to the A. S. A bell estate on Charles street
just north of Lafayette avenue. It is
four stories in height and at the time of
tho flro was was filled with costly furni
ture and mnch rare bric-a-brac, plate and
unique jcwlry, of which Mr. Armiger was
an enthusiastic collector.
immt Thirteen la tho Hnnea,
In the house were just thirteen persons.
Of these ten were members of the Armiger
household, two were servants, and the
other, Mr. Manuel, was a guest who had
been visiting the Armiger family for the
past two or three days. It was his purpose
to have returned to his home in New York
Saturday night, but Armiger prevailed
upon him to remain until today. All of
these people were In their bed rooms on
the upper floor, some of them being par
tially dressed, when at 8:15 o clock in the
morning . the fire was discovered, caused
by an overhoated furnace flue. By the
time an alarm was turned in the house
was fall of smoke, and when Louis Whit
ney, a colored servent, attempted to lead
Mrs. Armiger down stairs it was found
impossible. He therefore led her through
a front window to a balcony where she
was safe for the moment.
Hra. Armlgara Frlshtfot Predicament.
Mrs. Armiger, clad in nothing but
her night clothes, was shivering on the
narrow balcony and shrieking In agonized
tones for help. Half a dozen men who
were passing hastened to the power house
of tho Charles street cable car line, a block
below, and secured a short ladder. V hen
they returned they found Deputy Fire
Chief McAfee, a noted life saver, who
quickly mounted the ladder. It was not
long enough, but by standing on the
uppermost round ho could reach the
frightened woman. As ho attempted to
lift her from the balcony her scanty cloth
ing caught on an obstruction and she fell
forward with her wiiolo weight upon the
outstretched arm ot the nreman.
Savod by Bravery and Skill.
Just then the ladder slipped and every
one below expected to see both the rescuer
and the woman he was trying to save
dashed to doath on the pavement below.
By a tremendous effort, however, McAfee
steadied himself and holding Mrs.
Armiger with one hand grasped the bal
cony with the other. Hanging thus he
slowly replaced the ladder with his feet
and brought the now fainting woman
down in safety.
AWFVI, LEAP OF ALICE WILLIAMS.
Four Stories Down and Strikes Fall oa Ber
In the meantime the other Inmates ot
tho front rooms were crowding to the
windows making the most piteous appeals
for help. The people below shouted to
them not to jump, but Alice Williams dis
regarded their warnings, and with an
appalling shriek sprang from the fourth
story window, struck the stone steps full
upon her forehead, suataining Injuries from
which she will die. In the rear room on
the second floor were Eleanor and Vir
ginia, the unmarried daughters of Mr.
Armiger. In their extremity they leaned
far out of tho rear window and cried for
help. A neighbor came to their aid, and
under his cool headed directions Miss Vir
ginia lowered her yonnger sister with a
sheet, and (throwing a mattress out of the
window leaped to tho yard below. She
alighted in safety, and beyond the shock
and a slight injury to her. ankle, escaped
By this time the firemen had reached
the scene and In a twinkling had reared
long ladders up to the windows, both front
and rear. Ud these thev swarmed and in
a few minutes the remaining inmates of
the doomed bouse were earned out. On
the stairway leading from the second to
the third floor waa found the body of Mr.
Armlgor, with that of his little grand-
eon, Kichard Riley, clasped tightly in his
arms, showing that the old man had
made a gallant attempt to rescue the boy
at the cost o( his own life. In the front
room on the third floor was found th.
corpse of Mr. Manuel. He too had the
body of a child in his arms, telling anoth
cr atory of unrequited beroiam.
In the rear room on the third floor, lying
nn tho bed. the firemen found the dead
body of Mr. Riley. By his side lay his
wife, breathing faintly. She was hurried
Into the open air in tiino to aave her life.
and though she is badly burned about the
face and arms, and half crazed by her
terrible loss, .ho will recover. In another
room were tho bodies of Mrs. Champlin
and ber 8 year old son, while upon the
Uper floor the firemen found Mamie
Whiting, the colored servant, unconscious
from siuuke, but not seriously hurt.
The fire, although a fierce one, was con-
lined to the Armiger residence, which
was eomplctely gutted. No estimate has
yet been mads of the lose, but rt is thought
the content, are worth at least fiu,uua
Tho house is Insured in the Germania In
euranee. of New York, for 13, MO, which
will tally cover tae
OLNEY ENTERED FOB. THE RACE.
Warned for Frostda ataPeaaaeiaUe Hoot.
tag sa the Bay Stat a.
Bostox, Feb. Si. Mayor Josiah Qulncv
furnished both enthusiasm and surprint
to 200 Democrats who attended the Wash
ington banquet given by the Young Men.
Democratic club and the Democratic state
committee here, by presenting the name
of Secretary of State Richard Olney aa the
candidate of Massachusetts and New Eng
land for the presidential honor, at tho
band of the Democracy of the United
btates. The name was received with un
bounded enthusiasm, and It was several
minutes before the speaker could continue
Bis oration. During the applause a voice
rang out, "What has become of Willie
Bussell?" but the quoit was never an
Tho banquet was nrosided over bv Jndn
John W. Corcoran, and he had as guests
Judgo Josiah Patterson, of Tennessee:
ex -Governor John Davis, of Rhode Island;
uon. J. u. AlcUillicudy, of Maine, and
several local lights. Mayor Quincy's ad
dress dwelt at length on tho Venescelan
question, and said that tho action of the
United States would restore poaco and sot
a standard whereby all international dif
ficulties would be nettled in the future.
He said that on that record the Demo.
cratio party would have one of its strong
est points in going before the people at
tne next election.
POPULIST EDITORS IN SESSION.
Omaha Platform and Aati-Panpor Immi
gration Boaoluiiona Adopted.
Dallas, Feb. 24. The fifth annual con
vention of the National Reform Pres. as
sociation has convened here with about
seventy -five delegates presont, represent
ing fifteen states. Among Populist lead
ers of national prominence in attendance
are General J. S. Coxey.of "commonweal"
army fame; Chairman II. E. Taubenock.
of the national executive committee; Paul
andervoort, editor of the Omaha New
Nation, and National Committeeman C
Hostile, ot Missouri Resolutions indors
ing the Omaha platform, hoping for a un
ion of all tho reform forces along lines
that would involve no loss of prinoiple
and declaring against the Invasion of
America by the pauper labor or Europe
The following officers were elected for
tho ensuing year: President, Paul Van-
dcrvoort, of Nebraska; recording secre
tary, C Rosclle, of Missouri; correspond
ing secretary, J. A. Parker, of Kentucky.
Executive committee J. H. Ferriss, of
Illinois; Charles X. Matthews, of In
diana; S. Peters, of Texas; Abe Stein
berger, of Kansas, and Miss Mary E.
I) AcllL ot Missouri.
Edgar Willis' Nye the Victim of Paralysis
Mis Varied Career.
Ashevillb, N. C. Feb 2. Tho death
of "Bill" Nye, which had been expected
for several days, In his home near this
place, took place Saturday afternoon, his
wife and children being present at his
bsdsidc. Ten days ago he had a stroke ol
paralysis much more severe than the one
at Patterson, N. J., when tho cruel story
that ho was drunk was sent out. Edgat
W illis Nye was born at Shirley, Mc, Aug.
1B53, but at the age of S years, accord
ing to his own story, he took his parents
Dy the hand and led them to tho west.
They wont to Wisconsin, and there on the
banks of the St Croix river young Nye
was Drongnt up on a farm. He received
on academic education at River Falls.
W is., and in lsw went to Wyoming torrt.
tory, where he studied law and was ad
uiittcd to the bar.
There, as he says, he practiced law in a
quiet way, '-although frequently warned
by tho authorities not to do so." He had
plenty of leisure time on his hands, which
he used in writing a Sunday letter for the
Cheyenne bun at the rate of tl a column.
In one of his humorous autobiographical
EKctchcs Aye says that that sum, which
amounted to nearly fSJ a year, so" dwarfed
nis returns from his law practice that he
decided to tako up newspaper writing as a
profession and accordingly moved to Den
ver, where ho obtained a position on the
staff of the Denver Tribune. He corre
sponded from Denver for the Salt Lake
Later a newpaper was started in Lar
amie called The Boomerang, after a fav
orite mule owned by Nye and which he
called "Boomerang." because he never
knew where it would strike. At the time
Nye edited The Boomerang it was pub
lished over a livory stable. A sign on the
door instructed callers to "Twist the tail
ot the gray mule and take the elevator.
The Boomerang was quoted all over the
country and Nye began to get his reputa
tion as a numorlst ot note at that time.
The paper was not a financial success, but
It was the foundation for the fortune
which Nye afterward make as a humorist.
When Nye left The Boomerang ho began
writing for a number of newsDarjera.
Like many humorists Nye was a man ot
almost womanly gentlancssof disDosition.
His amiability was never clouded and his
good humor was as spontaneous as it was
gooa-naturod. He never forgot a friend.
In later years his writing and lecturing
brought an Income of over (33.000 a year.
and he will leave a moderate fortune to
his widow and ctildren. Nye, in 1877,
marnea Alls fanny Smith, of Chicago.
Of his personal appearance it may be said
tnat ne looKeu just like his pictures and
every oouy nas seen them.
Iforrlaoa Not Booming Blinself.
SrBiSGFlELD, Ills., Feb. 2 1. Colonel
William U. Morrison passed through here
en route to St. Louis. He stated that he
was not booming his candidacy for prcsl-
acne. lie aesirea harmony in the Demo
cratic ranks of Illinois. During the day
many prominent Democrats called on him
and expressed the determination to have
the Illinois delegation cast Its vote for
mm in toe national convention.
Ono Lose Candidal for o.i
PEOTflA. His.. Feh. at Th. .Mtl,1
sensation of the day has been the with
drawal of Colonel Jonathan Merriam, of
lazewell county, from the race for tho
Republican nomination for governor. He
bos written a letter to the county com-
nunc aimurawinj nis name from the
Bobal Fall are a BHafartoao.
RICHMOND, Feb. K4. The Confederate
museum was opened in the old Davis
mansion. Bradley Johnson was the ora
tor of the occasion. In the coarse of bis
speech be said: "The time will come
when all the world will realize that the
failure of the Confederacy was a arreat
misfortune to humanity, and It will be
source of unnumbered woes to liberty.
Failare at Roekfvrd, IUa,
Bocktobol' Ills., Feb. SI Th. Star
Furniture company of this city has as
Mta-nea. I.aralltioa, leaOJO: aaasta. nn-
l known. - -
SHIPS HIS "GOODS" IN A TRUNK.
AUrgod Ohaal Arrested far Staalsng Two
Dss Mouses, Fob it. A man who gave
bis name as J. Smith has been arrested
here while in charge ot two trunks shipped
from Council Bluffs, containing two dead
bodies, "one of a man "and the other of a
woman. The bodies were a tolas from
cemeteries at Council Bluffs and eon-
signed to the Drake Medical eollegs ia this
eity, which was recently implicated in the
theft of Ave bodies from Dos Moines ceme
teries. Much indignation prevails here.
as well aa at Council Bluffs. Smith 1. un
known, but seems to have been in the em
ploy of men connected with the college
and to have been doing an extensive bad
ness of this kind. It to believed that he
will make a confession of the wholi trans
action, as ho is a nervous prisoner.
ratlonta Bav. a Perilous Esporlenea.
Chicago, Feb. 24 Twelve patient. In
Dr. E. H. Pratt's sanitarium, 1733 and 1734
Diveriey boulevard, were In imminent dan
ger for a short tim. of being burned alive
in their bods. Fire broke out in the base
ment and before it was discovered bad out
off egress by the stain. The fire depart
ment was promptly on hand and the suf
ferers were carried out ot the buHding.
ine following were among tho patients:
Mra Arnold, Wisconsin; Thomas Camp
bell, Indiana; Mrs. Can Geld, Michigan;
Miss Chapin. Wieconsin; Mrs. Witser,
Michigan, and Judge Burchenal, Indiana.
Wedding Proacat for Mra. Dinaalcfc.
Flbmikgsbcbo, Ky., Feb. 24. Samuel
Clary Is dead at the age of 88. He took
an active pirt in the campaign of 1840 for
General William Henry Harrison, and
one of his proudest possessions in hi. old
age was tho hat he wore during the cam
paign. His dying request was that the
hat be sent to Mrs. Dimmick on the occa
sion of her marriage to General Benjamin
Elklne Calls on Gem. B
New York, Feb 24. Ex-President Har
rison .pent Sunday quietly at Fifth Av
enue hotel. In the afternoon Stephen B.
Elklns called and remained several hours
in Harrison', apartments. Both gentle
men claim that the call was a purely per
sonal one and had no political significance.
The Deposition of Preskleat Barns,
Pittsburg, Feb. 1:4. Tho action taken
by the window glass workers in deposing
President Burns has caused quite a sensa
tion. Tbo Burns faction has decided to
go into court to ask for an Injunction
against tho temporary officer., claiming
that tho deposition of Burns waa illegal.
Death of Mra. Marshall Field.
Chicago, Feb. 24. Mrs. Nannie Field,
wifo of Marshall Field, the Chicago
chant, died yesterday at her villa in Nioa.
France. Mra. Field bad been In poof
health for several years.
Proceeding of tbo Sonata,
Washington, Feb. 24. It being Wash
ington's birthday tho senate merely met
to hear tho reading of Washington', fare
well address, by Frye. There was a good
attendance and thanks were voted the
reader for the manner in which he per
lormeu nis tasK.
Vegetarian. TJae Fleshly Jli
Vegetarian restaurants are by degrees
giving up the nee of such titles for their
dishes as convey the idea of a meat diet,
but they still find the word "steak'
indispensable. Otherwise their bill of
fare is much improved and of a more
inviting character than it need to be.
Indian broth" reads well on a cold
December day, and "braised onion with
tomatoes" appeals to many. But what
is "vegetable turkey?"
It seems to be rather a confession of
weakness to be dependent on the animal
world far names wherewith to invest
the various preparations of vegetables.
cereals and traits. To America they owe
many forms of succulent and tempting
food, such as fried corn, maize with
plums and pineapple pudding made from
tbe tinned fruit. The use of cheese, for
bidden by aome of the strictest follow
ers of vegetarianism, enables tbe cater
ers to offer such savory dishes as welsh
rabbit, cheese fritters and custards, and
the odors that are emitted are of the
most savory and appetizing description.
Aa Error About Oats.
An error about eats, and s truly vol
gar one, is that they lie on young chil
dren's breasts and suck their breath or
suffocate them. Cats like to lie on tbe
breast of a person they love, and are apt
to show their happiness by now and
then lifting their heads for a kiss cr
gently touching the face or neck above
them with their paw ; this sort of pat
ting or stroking a beloved cheek or
throat is one of the more human habits
which dogs have not. Seeing one of oar
cats lying oo ber master's chest when
he was asleep on the sofa, I understood
bow the notion had taken root ; then.
too, cats are luxurious and fond oi
warmth, and may sometimes share a
baby's crib or cradle for that reason, as
dogs certainly da Temple Bar.
Hsy Tiaothy. SIMMIS: opioid, f tflJSll; wild.
(baws; awogn, vismb; amoa, e'sneis.
Batter Fair to chosen, lgoAlBc; fresh
eggs Fresh. itHc
Poultry Chlckaas, Sc.
Osttlo Bab hats pay for earn fad
HeS4e: cows aad heifera, SJtceWc; caress.
Spring lamb 4C.
ChtMrsn Cry for
BLACKING APPLIED AND
WUJ3HED WITH A BRUSH
8old by Henry Dart's Sons,
A Woman's Quest
Alter traveling; over land and sea,
sue iiuiu tun Djefc oi ner
search at home.
. The atory of this well known lady'a qnrst
for health, ia that of thoosan la. Tan may
not nave traveled ao far or exneniled ao
aanch moarr. bnt have ararrM imt
earnestly. Thonaanda ot women dving an
nnallv from disenaca peculiar to the sex. show
how ftrtile ia the quest of many. A brief ex
tract from Mrs. Pratt's statement: "Twelve
years I en tiered all a
woman can aad lir.
Death would hare been
a nappy release. I waa
treated b v the beat ane-
vvx eialistarn Canada, Kna
J-N landandathotne, with-
ont relict. Had inflam
mation, ulceration, ca
tarrh, retroversion and
bemorrhainra. To please
a friend I nsedWildolire
and MyrtleTonic. Tbey
cared me permanently.
Not a aign left. Have
Samed 17 poands."
I RS.MAUD A.PBATT
Interbay, Wash. A
full history of the
above case and nanr
others, aent on application. The remedies
need, are the prised formulae of a physician
moo gave bis lite to tnestuay or owcaaca of
women. Wild Olive ia applied to the aent of
disease. Myrtle Tonic ia taken internally to
build up tbe system. Acting in harmony.
tney cure case, that nothme else can teach.
Price $1. each. Samples of both and a val
uable treatise FREB, of our agents, or by
aaresHins;, ivivisi meuisIi asov-
CIATION, South Bend, Ind.
Mbs. If. J. Sakokkt, Agent.
1U Thlrty-eevenUi St., Twelftk are. Hock Island
We are showing-our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltman, Jeweler.
Reliable Goods at
1807 8S00ND AVEBUS.
Tuiiti-Flrst Strut Afiitb
Fine Residence Lots In this
addition For Sale on
This addition is located be
tween Twentieth aad Twenty-second
streets and Tenth
and Twelfth avenues, and
nearlj every lot in it has
upon it a fine walnut, elm,
hackberry, or other large
tree, and is already provid
ed with abundant shade.
These lots are ia the very
best part of the city, and
the most desirable for resi
- denee purpose of any lots ia
the eity. Apply to
If. If. STURGEON,
21. llltohen A Lynda Sloo
HE DAiH EQDHS
Baths of all kinds. Including
Turkish, plain, shampoo, elee
trio, electro-thermal, etc, may
be obtained at the Sanitarians
Bath Booms, oa the first floor ot
the Harper House.
For Ladles From t a. m. to
13 m. oa week days For Gen.
tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. sa.
to 11 a. m. for Geattemesi only.
Eleetrie and DeetroHhermal
baths may be obtained at any
time during business - hoars.
Grmnaalam connected with bet!
II. LI. BMGGS,
AND HOUSES TO BEST.
Office IMS Second Are., Bock Island
est. limits: coed
at She city far
BamiaaknmdgaMM tenth Beak Island
TJfrwJhua omaldo tho
mm smiii -ensth street sad SWala
FOR A OWCK AJTFJHIMvEX SaVC
Wholesale Grooers, Bock Island
' THE TBAYBLKB3' GDIDK.
pBlOAOO, BOOS ULAsrO PAOIFIO
saunny Tickets eaa ha ianhasad ar har
8aMeheckeat B I r Twentieth street depot
orCBIatP depot earner Fifth arms and
Usurer Limited A Omaha.
f Worth, Uaave B.O..
Omsk! A Dee afoinee
Omaha a Mtnnaapolla.
Omaha Dos Mouses Mr...
Omaha a Mtnaeapolh) Bx..
DeaTer, Lincoln a Omaha...
Beaver, Ft Worth K.O..
f Rock bland "MklarUia
fejf?? Dc :
Bock UamdBrcoelya Ae,..
SI nlheiadalu Tslniilmns
SondaT tvenlnca s Ptolls,, .1 ibi, m1l W
" depot after hkan. which will leave for Chlca
toet -M a. m. Monday.
prauaarosi botjtb o b. a o. bail--
way Uepot First arena, and Blxtoeeta
fcU U, SpringSeM. Peoria.
Bnr. qnia Tin Mnomoeth
Chicago. Meiilag, Clinloa A
Peoria, Bears ,1 own. Bur-
llnrtou A West...
SU Psnl A Mlnnosnoll.
Rlerlirv rllMn. A IWImm.
S JS pm T0 am
ftf 1. V 1
Pec Coast Tie Galeae're. e TS asm. Sal aes
HICAOO, M1XWACBBB ST. PAUL
' Sanaa, llsilas m - - - tm.i.i
-Depot Twentieth .trees, hat a. en First and
Freight and Accommodafa.
Dally except Sondsy.
oca Island a Pbobia Railwat
V OPet First Arenas aad TwanMeU stnet.
U Oof, agent.
10 at pa
11 MS aa
S run an
Eastern Iz. The Trilby".
Peoria. M Louis Hall Bx, .
Peoria Aeonea. Freiaht
Psaiiaeiir tralaa laava C. B a, p. sfniiu
000) acpntSTe (5) minutes earlier than time
Tea. Trains marked daily, all other
sly except Hsnday.
DCBLIBOTOB, CBDAB RAPIDS a
bortaera KaflantT. dsnnt rvw m n.
sbmrLTeapen. Jae. aVntoa. Men. Tkt m
DaTorjpom Trslna. Leu v. aaatve
Peeoirer.... ....... M :36 am blO:Sl am
Freight. btaTS i.mt a:siim
Weet Liberty Trains i worth, teoa-h.
Paasesa-er bT:iasm blO:ipm
" slO:pm aStlhast
No. . ...-- . i .... b7atnn
Frehrht . bss am bll:&am
. DailT. bUaiiT exemn nuaoav. TUoraa m
Msolns- Bontt ud Mat. No. IS run. bat'
ueoar Hapsaa aaa want Li Deity.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lt Rock laland
4 at am I as am
TSSam 11 Mam
07 am I U pm
SMI am t Mam
BOO am lOMpm
Km IS Mem
Twentieth st Depot
ar reona ...
Ar Indlananoii. ......
Ar IxulTille... .......
Ar f 'iDcinaau.........
Ar St Loom.
Ar lleeatnr ....
Ar Terrs Bante
BOCK ISLABD TO ST. LOUIS.
Traia leaTine Bock Island at 8:00
a. m. carries through coach to St.
Isouis, passing Ureuph Pckin. Hav
ana. Springfield and Litchfield.
Lines east of Peoria carry throueh
coaches and sleeping cars oa night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
Jotin Voile A Co,
Sash, Doors aad Bliada,
Aad all kiads of
Woodwork for Builders