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2 , THE ABOUB, MOxVPAY, APRIL. 13, 1896.
i . . " i r " 1 1 ,' ' for Infants and Children. OTHERS, Do Bateroaa ITcr-i, Godfrey Cordial, many ao-ciilod toothing Syrups, and ' neat remedies for children an composed of cium or morphine f P Yr-T Keww thai opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poiioMf Pw Tow Know that Id nxxt countries drag? lata are not permitted to arC narcotic rtthoat label Jig- them pnio-jiM f Do Vow Kwcrw that you jhmM not porm't any mgdidne to be given yoor ehus nlna jg or your physician know of That it is composed ? Pi To Know that Caatnria Is a primly vcgeuMe preparation, aid that a l!t 3t t InaTeuVnts lr cnbliahed with errry bottle f P Ton Kn-rcr thai Ca.io.-ii b the pwriptkm of the famous Dr. Famucl ritcher. That K baa been In oae fur Heart thirty Tears, aad that bora Caatorla is bow sold tbaa e all other remedies for cUildrea combined I Pw Ton Knorr that tba Patent Odea Department of the r tilted States, and of wther countries, ban issued exclude, right to Dr. Pitcher and his aadgns to use the word " Caetorla " and la formula, and that to imitate them is a state prison offeoae t Co Tow Know that on of the reasons for granting this government protection wra teeaiue CaatorU had bona proven to be abeolntcdj hnrmlosaT Pa Ton Kn-vw that 35 averaga dosas of Cotoria are furnished for 3b wats, or one cent a doM f P" Ton Kni t that when poasemed of this perfect preparation, your children mar t kept well, and that cn may bate unbroken rest t TTeU, tli.ae thlee are worth knowijg. They are facta. Trie fWc-alm'lo afrfnaTnro o Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla. Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got it? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located in Davenport, lows PH. T. M. WALSH, Fnraerly Clinical Proraiieor ta two of rirrago'8 eal aMrtlcal eo'lerrie. CONSULTATION FIEE. NERVOUS lKIilL!TV Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened In sanity. wik memory, mental oclmiona, or any other eonduim ae to nervooa exhaustion. pnallir.ly cured. CATAKHII I)y?p.-pi!i, Asthma. Kheuniatism. Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood, K ilner. LI'.'f anj Skin diseases can be quickly snd permanently enred by uar advanced sys t.m ft m-irir.e. VAKICOITEI.K Is the roost active cattle of nervous debility. Why treat h 11 T ii i T wn"lw rnteeyoa WUMKS Snffi;rii! from diseases peculiar to tlteir sex ohoold consult ns. h rnird mno raa clnca up hop. end we maybe able to rue yon Rnreioal 0ril n rrrrmi d at your home if deriRj. Ahjnulnal and brain eon-trr a nseialir OUH CUKHKNTIAUH and Testimonials arr the Best The numerous ac- kiwletirm .nt we bre reeeWcil rmra the newpiper" fir nr retnarkehie cure In both m-ntrnl rS rrre el r-r 1 proof renelnnive fit uur ndvanred mvUode core where all o'twrrrail. Tn,r. f.iro, do txA warte t me iih viiera. bnt cratolt us at one and rwa'n r ! nrsh Tbt n i a Wire m every d'iw lhat v-u can be cored. Have ., r.m V aitw t If not, do em eiperimriit nr IniiL'i'r. tut r ..a't ne at once. Kurrberniorc we .nrr ). to a invnK mr rret ntUU !:. We make i au object fur you to ibvea Umiiwn, ootlirr rpcciitiiM ntfer yoa nich a fair ptupoeltion. -ONLY CUUABLE 11 Uiio Tit"00 tn ,lI,n'le4, ored by Off ICE 124 W. Third St.. McCnlloagh, Buildinir. Dayccport. Iowa. DAVIS COMPANY BSATIMO AMD VKRTILATIaTO BVOIirKXlU. m i mm uyi, EVERY WOMAN 'attasai oea't a ea'M. mofi'T, rx-jUt'nc eMdleine. Only t untltni I . rMwi.,iiiHN i D" Psa,'s Psnnrofal Pllla ' . "i. P"T. 1 reru'.i Ir. rX Ta e-wtr. fry. Paal"l aerw dkwi Fcra! at Harper Hon Phr&acTf Rork IaJan-r.li; KONOSHT Carpenter and Builuei OVflCS, KO: aih 81X.TH AVEHL'fc. 8hopenVinitret. ROCS IBLA2TD. You Know that Faregorie. OB wT'Ty . DLL J. E. WALSH, Late nf .'hl-ur. f ormerlr anreon-tnnnaf a a remanent cn re in Mren days by oar painleH CASKS TAKEN- mall. Iloart ltoti,StoS,Tto8. 8asdays wNrk - jP irVou Want a . r Warm House. Warm all over, Warm all the time, Not too hot in mild weather, Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. t Tnirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offices la BOCK ISLAND and MOLINE muh xi yea want us Mai, gel WANTTOGOIIOME Yearning That Has Developed in House and Senate. ADJ0HE5MEST PEOSAELE IS JUIE, Vet Later Than the Middle of the Month Koeeaaary Bills Well Forward and Other Xeaeurea UUely To Ite Left for the Jteit Keaiion Cancoi ea the Immigration Bills Secretary Morton. 6oed by a Chicago Firm -rilled Cheese" Bill. WAsmsGTOX. April 13. It seems prob able that the house wilt have passed the List of the appropriation bills before May 15. Of those bills five the pension, military academy, urjrent d-.'flclency,diplomatlc and consular and army bills hovo been signed by the president and tint law. The arrri rultnral bill hns been passed by both houses nnd Is ready for the president's signature. The postoffice bill has been passed by both houses, but the sennte amendments have not yet been asrreed to by the hon.-e,nnd the legislatirc, executive nnd judicial bill is also in conference be tween the two houses. The Indian bill Is in the senate and the naval bill is ready for consideration. The sundry civil and tho river and harbor bills have been sent to the senate anil referred to commit tees. In the house tho fortifications bill stands ready for consideration and tho lost of tho list, the general deficiency, is being prepared by the appropriations com mittee. Adjournment Early in Jane. Thirj remain but two appropriation bills to be passed by tho house, ani six for the senate to act upon. Tho senate com mittee on appropriations is well up with Its work, on tho appropriation bills, and tho senate is not far behind its committee. It is tlio general opinion that the appro priation committee can complete its work on tho bills still to lie nmsiilered within three or four weeks, ami that it is possible fur the senate to finish them by the middle) of May. 'flu re are somo who estimate that it will require until the 1st of June to accomplish thU result. No one puts it later. With the appropriation bills out of the way it will bo exceedingly difficult to hold tlm senate in session for any purpose. Consequently the prevailing opinion in the senate is that tho final adjournment of the session will not be postponel far be yond tho beginning of tho first of tho vimmor months. What Wna Dedeloped In Cancna. This desire for an early adjournment was developed in the caucus of Republi can representatives held to decido as to what should bo done about immigration. There was not a quorum present and tho meeting was chiefly interesting for a speech mi;d-j by Dingley, tho leader of the party rn tho thxir of the house. The gen eral tenor of his advice was that the He publicans should u;o every endeavor to bring about an early adjournment of con gress; to adj'iurn if possible within a month, ns soon ns tho appropriation bills could bo passl by both houses. Thero was consider.iblo general legislation be fore congress, he explained, but much of it would have to bi left undono nnd per haps tho immigration question would bo among those which could not be taker! up. Cannot Iicpend n the Senate. While ho expressed his personal interest in tho immigration bills hi) deprecated a caucus rale of the house and recommend rd that tho order of business bo left to tho judgment of tho committee on rules. lie blamed the senate for tho failure of gen eral legislation. Other speakers said it was hardly worth whilo to pass measures When tho senate could not lie depended on. Measures That May "Got Left." It is admitted on nil hands that if ad journment is reached ns early as tho ma jority predicts nnd seems to desiro a great many questions which it was hoped the session would disposo of will bo left sus pended in tho nir, as it were. Among them nro tho bankruptcy, Nicaragua ca nal, Hawaiian cable, Puciflo railroads, fur seal and New Mexico and Arizona statehood bills, besides tho Monroe doc trine resolution, tho resolution for tho election of senators by tho people, tho Dupont election case, the Alabama in vestigation, the various financial bills and resolutions, and the general bills reported and to be reported from tho committees on commerce, pensions and public lands. HOBTOX SAYS "LAY UN MAC DUFF. " Invites a Diasjnated Chicago Reed Firm to Try to Impeach Him, WASniSGTOX, April 13. Referring to the report that aChicngo- seed firm in tended to make trouble for him about tho contract for seeds for tho agricultural de partment, charging that ho had not awarded the contract to the lowest bidder, tsjerutary Morton said: "Wo will bo only too glad to have the fullest investigation possible of tho matter. Tho complaining firm might have articles of impeachment drawn up agalnt mo and brought up in congress, and tho question tested to tho end. The Landretii firm obligated itself In bonds to submit to a deduction from the amount paid them for seed in prcciso proportion to tho failure of that seed to cime up to tho standard tests This is the first tlmo in the history of the agricul tural department that such a contract ever was mado." John N. Baldwin, of Council BlufTsJa., counsel for tho soed company, and Mr. Blaslan, ono of the firm, have retained Messrs. Worthington 6c Turner, of this city, nnd instructed them to file a suit forUO,rtO damages for libel. The suit will be based on tho published statement that the Northrup. Braslan, Goodwin company was "a, commission heus?, and t lint l hi y could not put their names on the packets aa a guarantee uf the worth of their seed." The bill will state that this charge is false and has injured the firm; that it has 15, (MO acres of land under culti vation In tho growing of seeds, and that at the t.ms this statement was made tho aecretary had the firm's offer to supply the seeds at (10.000 under its bid if the aecre tary would permit its name to appear on each package. "STBIXO- IS STILL ATTACHKOw Tba Tark Will Not Interfere with. Mhwlaan Hea -It." and So Forth. Washington, April 11 The Turkish legation has received from the Sublime Porte the following cablegram: "It has been falsely stated that tho missionaries would be expelled. . The imperial g.iTem incnt has not taken and docs sot intend to take any general measure of expulsion of missionaries and Catholic priests. Those autoug them who attend peace fully to their business arc not and will not be disturbed, "But surely it cannot ba tba same toe those who by their attitude try to disturb thsordiTaad tranquility of the country an-l plac themselves in hostility to the Iiws nnd regulations irt foree in the era piri Tho imperial government, w.otch f ill of the nsaiutenanoM of tao public se curity, has tho duly to send them i. way from its territory, an I" in sj doing it avails itself of a right which in all justice nobady could coatost." " BILL TO KILL TILLED CHEESE." Provisions of the Measure the noose Eaa 4o:t ratscd. Washixgtost, April 13. The "filled cheese" bill passed by the house requires tho manufacturers of that sort of cheeso to pay a toxt-f J40J annually, the 'whole sale dealers 50 and the retail dealers 12, and for failure ta pay such tax imposes upon manufacturers a fine of from t-ICU to t3.00'J, upon wholesale dealers from t59 to fl.UX), and upon retail dealers from f4i) to ZM. It nlso requires the branding of "filled cheese" and its sale only from original packages. The icnalty for false branding is a fine of from S5J toiott. The bill requires nil retail dealers to post conspicuously a siu, Filled ChiHvo Hold Here," In addition ft imposes a tax of 1 cent per pound on filled cheese, tho tax to ba paid by the manufacturer. Imported "filled cheese" is subjected to aduty of 8 cents per pound. The act is to go into iffjet on the nine teenth day after its passage. fSumtuary of Mouse Proceedings. Washington, April 13. The housa passed tho bill taxing "flllel cheeso" by a vote of 10J to 5S. Tho only amendment aloptcd was a ro.iuct ion of the licensa of retail dealers to $12 poryear. The bill also taxes tho product one cent a pound. Republicans voted for the bill, except Al drich, Belknap, Cannon, Connolly and Lorlmer, all of Illinois; Drumm, of Penn sylvania, Evans of Kentucky, Long of Kansas, MeC.ill of Tennessee, Tracewell Indiana and Walker of Virginia. A reso lution was adopted ordering a plan and estimate for tho improvement of the Mis souri river opposite Sioux City, la. DISAGREED WITH THE GENERAL. flth of a Long Statement KxiilaJning tlie Salvation Army Secession. NEW YoiSK, AprinS. Kallfrtgton Booth has given out a long statement In explana tion of tho rebellion in the Salvation Army, tho pith of which is In brief that Ballington Booth disagreed with his commander-in-chief, nnd preferred to split tho army to oorying onler. Tho' cause of the tronlilo was thntOeneral' Bootli' in sisted thut natronal" fln?s should not be drawn nnd his son Insisted that thoy should. " The dispnto had hrtm In progress for two years before-the fln.ll break came: Tho anti-English feeling in this ronrrtry is mentioned ns" !no reason why h'r gbn eral's Ideas should not to carried otit. : ' " The statement sayr of General Booth that "He objected to the display of the na tional 11 ig upon our badges and in our halls nnd homes. Ho said tho time had arrived to cease carrying the stars and stripes at the head of our parades. Ho objected to the use of tho caglo upon our crests, and constantly spoke depreciat ing ly of tho country, its people and its in stitutions." Generally thn stateiucnt shows that Ballington Ujuth was one of sympathy and agreement with the Salva tion Army. Ho wanted to work on na tional lines; his father wanted to abolish national lines. Naturally they could not agree on the policy to bo pursued in this country. One incident is given of the disagreement thut existed ns to discipline. Without con sulting his father, it appears, Ballington prohibited tho use of tobacco in the nrmy. Later a book of rules was received from the headquarters cf tho army In London abolishing Ballington's rule. Ballington stopped tho salo of the book, and when told that ono rule must stand in all coun tries refused to obey nnd expunged tho tobtcco paragraph in tho headquarters rul.tt. In fact Ballington's case is that tho general insisted on being supremo in tho army nnd dictated its policy in nil coun tries, a stato of things That ha (Balling ton) could not agree with, so tho secession came. KLAETTKE WAS MINCHALL'S MODEL, Further Light on the Deed of the Pent water Botcher and Suicide. Kalamazoo, Mich., April 11 That & B. Minchall. the Pentwater murderer and suicide, was largely tuQuonced in his awful work by the Richard Klaettko tragedy in Chicago Feb. 6 last, is shown by a letter in tho possession of H. F. 'dor ncll, a local Insurance agent who hod em ployed Minchall, bnt had dispensed with his services about Feb. L ' - Minchall was in Chicago on the day on which Klacttke murdered his wife, par ents and thrw 'children-nd! suicided. The day after the'tnord-'WCo'rnell re celvod a 'etter from' Minchall ra which he said he had 'found in Klaettke'a crtrno a true solution of his (Minchnll's) troubles; he believed a similar coarse would be a wise one fdrtlln. '- x! -" '.. ASSASSINATION IN IOWA. Three Pmaat Brot ream AmbaaatOns of Whom, a GhrL M'lll Die. NEW 'lttatFr6C&iiU '.TT 'Hermari Beak, a stonemason of this' city, shot Mike Bans and his son nnd daughter. Beak is a son-in-law of Bartz, who lives three miles from town. Beak's wife re cently secured a divorce from hinL He laid in wait in tho brush for them while they wore on their way home from church and discharged both barrels of a shotgun at them at short range. The girl will die and it is thought the boy will. Beak mis took the girl for his wife. He came to the city and gave himself up immediately after the shooting. Walter Dyfert Kot Complaining. New Yobk. April 13. A special Tho World from Havana says: Consul-Gcn-eral Williams has visited Walter Dygert In tho Guiues prison. Dygert had no complaint to make regarding his treat ment, he said, but was anxious for liber ty. He will be released soon. Last week a lung telegram was published purporting to give an interview- with Dygert in which ho was quoted as complains; bitter ly cf his treatment, and declaring that he had often wished himself among the num ber of fellow prisoners who had been taken out to 'die by the garrotte. Detroit Fireman Badly Suffocated. Detroit, April 13. Firo damaged tho flve-btoiy storage warehou&o owned by the Riverside Storage company to the extent of (10.OJ0 and destroyed and damaged the contents upwards of tM.MX Twelve fire men who had entered from the front were taken . out overcome by smoke. One, Charles Driscoll, a pipeman, is considered in a critical conditioo. FORCES TO CONFESS AN ATROCI rrV. The Story Annie LtraV-ir Vow Telle About Her Father's Murder. Leaven wonrft Kan., April 13 D.'teo tive Charles S. Chaffer, who is. alleged ta have force 1 tho Lnmborn children to eon f .-ss having planned the murder of their father, B. F. Lambora, and Cx tho crime on Thomas Daveuport, has disap peared. To some people the statement of Annie L. Lambora as to the manner in which she was forced :o write tho statement accusing Davenport of tho murder read like thj mere fabrication of her "smart lawyers." Slie has cow, iu tho presence of her accused brother, confronted Alfred C L imb iru. half brother, and de manded to know why ho had forced hur to swvnr to n falsehood. AB3KEVIATED TELESfiAMS. The body of J. Britz Hartley, who mys teriously disappearel Jan. has been found fl'Mting in the Illinois river at Henry. The Ohio miners' convention has ad j.mrnel. M. I). Kateliford, of Massillon, was re-elected president. A collision occurred between tw tor pedo b:ats which wera being tried by tho German government oftimiison the river at Wilhelmshavon, in the vicinity of tho n ival station. One of the torp?.lo boats sank aad live persons were drowned. President Tyler's grandson has b.ien In dicted at Atlanta, G;-, for embezzlement. He admits tho shortage, but denies that there is any crime in the case. Empror William of (x.-rmany is nt. Venice, where ho was received by the king of Italy, tho two monarchs embrac ing and kissing each other and tho popu lace going wild with enthusiasm. James Allen, the private at Fort Slien d.in, near Chicago, who shot Private Call without a moment's warning,killing him, has been held for murder. The liabilities of A. & E. Lane, leather merchants of Boston, wim have assigned, are estimated at c!,5trt,00l; assets, un known. Kx-Consiil Waller has arrived at New York. Ho rejH-.its the Mnry nf bid treat in Mit reci4-e.t hr the Inn Is i"if the Krortch', and says he did Vint w.itvo his rfaim for d-ina.s ga::i jr: France la the iu!it!cr of his Mad.rgiistiir concession rhe!l he was set free.- t r. .. ..I M. ' Trieonpis formerly pre:nier 'of Gni'ce, is di-ad at ino age of IV1 years. Iiilior Dny (May 1) will bo kept gener ally by the Hucialtsls in Uenniiiiy.- Tlie big Bantiarck inouuiheht'' at Ru delsburg, Tliuringi.i; rTectcd by the Ger man students, will be On veiled on M:.y 2a ' Tho Hi-publicans of'' St." Paul1' have nomihatetl F. 1J Dofaa' fot mayta. ' '- " C A. ' Combs, ' colored, "born " in 1751, died Friday night in his home at St. Paul nt the unusual ago of I liJ years." - , ' Tba American 'Banters,'" association will hold ' Its annual niretiflg" this year in St. bonis on 'Sept. !3. and S-t," and on the I'S-h wilt visit the Ltneiiln mimdmtmt nt r-pringlicld. Ills., and devote that day to the honor of the martyr president. Tho l'eoria (Ills.) Herald announces that it will give to tlio winner of the Western Base Bill association pennant a silver cup fifteen inches in height as a trophy. Empress Frederick of Germany, it isan-no-.inci-sl, intends to spend much time in the future in England. Bnron vou Silirader, master of cero monlc3 at tho Prussian court, who was sliot in a duel by Von Kotzu, is dead as the result of his wound. oi.veutiuu Splits u Two. Kansas City. April 13 Tho Demo cratic county convention split in two over a question of indorsing tho adminis tration of Governor Stone A doublo sot of delegates to tho stato convention was named. Both factions wcro a unit on f rco silver, however. The Local Market, aaara, stc. Corn SSc CSIS lKctjJc. Hay TiTLCithy, f13: upland. wiM. ?67&c9; slough, t7u48; baltu, AaiJ.M; millet. Potatoes Sic, ncnoca. Better Fair to choice, 15o; fresh cream. ery, Kpss Freeh. 9c Chickens Tc Tnrkeys 8c . Geese Tc Docks 8c irv BTOOK. Cst-k Hatchers pay for corn fed et-e-s 3UcJSic;cows and heifers, IJacOoHc; cavee, fcboai 3HC tprli laaib $J.50T4 a bead'. run. '" OoaWeofl, lOe. - THE CEST SPRING MEDICINE is Simmons J-iver 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, which 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 get TUB BEST BLObDwhen your system Is in Al condition, and that will only be when the Liver is kept active. Try a Liver Remedy once and note the difference. But take only SIMMONS Liver regulator tt is Simmons Liver REGULATOR which makes the difference. Take It in powder or in liquid already prepared, or make a tea of the powder; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU LATOR. You'il f.nd the RED Z on every package. Look for it. T. XL ZeiUn Co PUlalelphia, Pa, For wro naea reason to reeret east attiuMs hi-h bare left ttm Mere. ps.,lrrttale. Wc-ak frt,ir. Mhtiy l":ie.-1-ti b&d Memory J"p,oaa. n J, vncf;i,Ain.i&y(Pasla, etc, nctatr.ffso apesdiiy rSMi euro cod i ik. in rn yoTOfiroMaJitbcWoaiVrto! rtomaa ttemsiir Nee v;taeUiT We- hMustMipMtmi oriGiur wKh a wrttteo a)reaiioa to ear, or asaory eeee. Itami f ktfc. audrtna HOlAt. CatalCAL Oo ATenta (or 17. S.-Ckicaco. or ua eanecy ttof tbsilmggtttn.mta belaw. UaisaaH k iilLajKCX;! lb LAND, JLX. ' (J i '! -z-- - - . 4!h CAKES FOR BLACKING APPLIED AND POLISKEO WITH A BRUSH Soli by Henry Dart's Sons, A Lady Attorney. Iloronrccr threatened bvan insidious Too. How it was vantslied. Mrs. Alice Konn. was the first l.irlv attor ney in Hutchinson. All mimirc the rn-iev' nndciryernca thnt have Bum her pr.nr.in ence. I-ew know hoxv nrarlv her rntwr w:i V" , 'l tro",'h'? fwilinr to h.-r which (.-mini her physteiana. Here a tuirti..n t.f br statement. "When 1 l-rcnn the nse f v ilil Olive nnd M vrtle Tonic, I had licen ecvirely artiieted a yenr and confineif to my bed three weeks. IT. ad se vere pains and no rest forsome time. The first applica tion gave nic re freshing sleep and iu two weeks I was at work, feel ing stronger than had ua three win." X! SS. AI.ICB KOON, llnl.hinson. Knn. I'hysiciansinrKclr rail to cure the irregularities, ilisplncinuuts, ami diseases that sap the vitnlitv f wotiien. I.adira slirink too. from the exHsnre f lrr.it mvnt. nnd i.ltcn sutler in silence rather than srfimit to it. Thi-se remeilies arc a solntii.n ol the problem. Wildtilivc is n local tix-at-nirnt. Myrtle Tonic, n constitutional remnly. Vilh tln-ni Indies can positively enre them arlvra nt home, l'tricc Sl.cach. San-plea anil n booklet fn-e. VICTOR MEHICAL ASSOCIATION. South Hefid, Intl. Mu-j. M. J. Saboknt. Agent, 113 Thirty-eeventh 3t T we'fUi are. Rock bland nrnHmiTi Tiis vv uitm&ii Jeweler. We are showing our Usual line of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Pred Woltman, Jeweler. Reliable Goods at Bock-Bottom Prices. 1805 SECOND AYEXCE. a)talaaJaaaijaaiaaTkJ-iaojajaaeiaiaai C - r l o ct An Brass, Nickel Plated aad Bona Kerosene Oil. The Pathlight ! A beautiful, thoroughly made and Ct finely flmahed Bicycla Lamp, Jolt aad ? cyclon. proof. O atoMTpiirtoraewtitry(i'jiaw tuauaM) 3 SJI'i "f po.fi SO. iMarba yon eao burst 3 1HE PLACE ft TERRY UFO. CO., 2 147 centra St, nt Tark. Tn mi mm Baths of all kinds. Including Torkith, plain, shampoo, eleo trio, elootro-thermal, etc, may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From 9 a. m. to 13 m. on weok 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. tn. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Electric and Electro-thermal bath may te obtained at any time daring easiness hoars. Gymnasium connected with batL rooms. asfly, Qnickry and Fermstaentt Cii,BP.aTZD Eiraijaa KxaKD-r V. I'curarilee to e-:rs any br,ory I '- "- of nerrriua f.no i'CjA tratr.aor any ciaoraer Bof Cro- by excoa-uv. - un. of Tutocco. Alei.h-il or im'im. r ot yacthfcl tudiirt-rUon rr over lnda!c-n--a etc J ne JuPTtunona. wtke!cl-ieea, Ileadnelmi Mf-r.tai oenmniun. ri.rteniritcttbe Urain. WeJt Memory, llearini? IJown i'aioa. bcs-lca) V, oaknt!, ilyater-a, iuetu-T-il k-n iwwxic, pcrrcstnrr&u-a. Ioj cf iower an J Ix-XL-tcnr-y, wbieb it i;'-"'-, &y lil te prcmatnro oli ac. and ix-aanity. r-Mtin'j iraarant-x-il. JTiee. tuuo a box: C Borea 9M &.!. t-wnt by mail on reoeivtof (rice. A writwi goarajteafiirnlaheil with every $5X0 ocuer rat -ired. bbmd tas money 11 a f" - ' cua nu. IlEBVU HZDICTSB OO Dwtroit, Mka. old by at, r. Babasaa, drtiKUt, Kock Island -1 js !MtJi fmi . w.v; iv "-wiri- i 1 , mien trc "as. ((M Aiter. . 5 V-X N 3." W.AI I . SUN PASTE FOR A QUItat ATTXaVDiNNER SJilHE APPLIED AND POUSHED WITH A CLOT lira. t'rc.lantan.Mas,U5L.V Wholesale Grocers, Kock Island THE TBAVKLKK3' GUIPK. PeiCAOO, KOCK ISLAKD PACinO Railway Tfrke'a can b. pirrhaanl or sf . pic r-c-rd u K I at r Twentieth vret deint! "pKIr di-pot romet Fiia arvtitre an4 f lrtr-Tst trecyrn H. Msaimer. Afu TRAINS. Oar Was. OvStii Unilioa at.ntaaa. rt. Worth, Denver A LC. Slinnoapfilia ............... Uraat.a Dee at oiuee tOmariA MinneaUs Omaha IK. Homes Ra.. tOmahk Umneaiiolte Ex. Denr, 1 .tncin a Omaha. . St. r-aul at Hrniioapuhe .... I)...vor, Worth K. C t S an i M mm 1 19 am It l:wui l!:ll V -k am ila-. 4 aa lt:tbaaiit 4:as - s:riunjT s:i'ia 4-m au t a.pat a A -a . r, n 1l:lSpn:t:'.r.aia I "w. K-k lam.u a WaahaiSon. tv'alrro A IVs Voire. Korkiaianilastban Aeeom. Bora Island A tirook) p Ac. .jv kii: i i o ,oo pra t I asumjt 7:1 a-a - i . iw t . - an I S.irpiail T:tuaa . ,-I7,T- tDepart-ire. tOo'iy.axect-tSauJay. aJlotaersaally. Teicphori leys . 1 '' Snnuayeventipaai'-jUnianeeeper will be at tne d. t .fier m:i. which will leav fer Cluca goat a. m. Monday. DT7RLIXOTOM R.VUTB-O.. B. A Q. BJ1 V:J,JDt'.p,', rlm aveoaa Siui.--ik street, M.J. Yonna. aseat. TRAINS. I.avv 'Aaatva. 8U L fnringS.-M. Ienrla. Bur. tum via Mmimontli 7:00 am Tr ua Cblrsgn. eterliTK, C'ilmon A-1 i IMihoone t:iat 8:mt rcor:a. linTls;own, Bnr- lti'i'i"n West t .ts pm tl1-"m nt. I'anl k Vti.nevmiis a m pa, T ! i-rlii r.i linitin llnbnn'ie t S:36 uai t S tS Kra M. I. , Kn-s 1'itr. I vi.ivr i Fac (iiil via Ualeab'ru 1M im' S'U am aiUr. tOsliy cxcei Knndy! Qhicaoo, milwackkk st. rat-L Hallway Racine A tMniTfewee-arn 111 eta Km -LV;o Twcr.tletb street, u-.we-a ri.it aul Seeotxl avenues, L. 11. Ureer. AKeet. TRAIWS. LMAva. aaaiva tail and Srtwees t:N an 1:30 pm bt.anl Fiprrm 4 j pa; iliiam Kralglit and Aecommrlatn. kmO aru :l ain Daily except Sunday. Pock Isladd a Pbobia r.m Dp.t FiTet Avet,aa and Vwecii.'Ji strsoL a. L, Ga, aKcnt. TH!NB. Eastern Ex. "Thi TnibT " oriaa bt Louis MaU km... sxprce. -B Peoria Aimm nVnlnk, JaATS Aaarva id Apia S:u am 1:tS pm 7:1(1 hu 8-IKj am 8:40 am atw pa ll:l ant I:i ara b :.v) pm i :M pm 7 to Ma Cahie Accutninudation. ..... mtc Aeconimodaiion...... nahle Acconimouaiioa .... 11 pm rscng(T traina leave C. Hi t r. tMi(ne avenue) i!t,t tive (51 mlnnn-s car'ter than tine iaily except Hauday. gtW.lMOTOrT, Crdak Uapids a i""1"" Railway, -)tit f.iot of Ilradv JImiort. Jaa. klurloa, en. Tat A Davenport Trains. Lti ri A amy a fl"''""""' ' ::io W" idu7t4aia rre.i'ht..... b7:ii a .9 ts pia Watt Li-l Iramt tnur.h 'v i.ln. PataenKW .. h?:10sm !ii:ipra " . alu:30ptn af:llaia rio, .... I bv "ft pia Teuili I. ...... ..... bS-SOpia IliM Ifara -- U:f la I hH:nt CT a j.dv. bo&ur exctm Hnnoar. etamne w-,r.ti tOcicc Bocth and eaatT No. IS runs betweea Oudar Htplas and Wvst Llheity. NEW IE To the East via the R. I. & P. Lv Uuvnpnrt.... . .. Perry Mreet depot Lr Hock Island CKI s f bepct Lv Kock Island 4 10 am 4SSam 7 10 am 8 00 an OS am lSipnt 140 pm 14Spm 8 on pat ampm IUa 7 41 am 7 Vi aia 8 IS ara 7Wlam I en .si S '3 am 8 'Jl i.ra 4 ram Tavntinta at Depot or retana. ............ Ar Bioominirton...... Ar Indianaricilis ...... Ar Lnulsvule.. ....... ArfinclnnaU......... Ar Liayton.. .......... Ar Columbus.. ... .... Ar Jw.kao,vl!le..M Ar Sprlnrueid , Ami L03IR. Ar Lincoln........... r Ileratar Ar Mattoon . . Ar Evarj.rille.. ....... Ar Doealar ArTerre Uaute 7Stani l&am SOlpa V) r.n 111 an am 1 17 pm 1 lapmj SOS tun S ISpm lOrtpm' lwm! TO nn: 10 55 am 1'i tit am 7 Ml pm t iu fni ( Stiim, tassm II 10 am 1 l"um po, 110 KiC,ia V 'ft ara ttaiiu 8 09 pa. T 11 : m THROUGH CAR SERVICE BOCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOUS. Lines east of Peoria ran- through coaches and sle:pinjr cars r-n ni(ht trains to principle cities- R. STOCKHOUSE. Gen. Ticket Agent. Job.11 Volk &. Co, esxifcAL CONTRACTORS ART nCUE BUZXaDEBS. Mannfactnrcrs of Sash, Doors and Blinds,' And all kinds ct Woodwork for Builders Utt street, aetttaaaiKk an R SERVICE ia