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TOD ACOUij. FRIDAY, APJOIti i7, 1CC& (5)GiA " -- 11111-ni for Infants and Children. OTHERS, Do You Know Oat raucgaria Datwnsa'e Drops, Godfrey's OurdlaL buj so-called Soothing 8 ups, and asset riJlu far chlkti-a are composed of opium or Borpbiaar T KWtWoptaaJlorrtWtniafTtogllIntleinlj ptTwXiwitfh tnoMiin sot permitted to ac8 aarcocka 0 feo ftlUB HI ad that a Bat P T Ktwr that pan Should not parmft any I you or jour phy-daa know af what it to composed Pa T Know that Caaws- m a rmrarr san-tahle i Mr lagndiests P aubUihed with amy bottla Pa Tow Kw that Caaorta to tha r aerrptioa of tba famous Dr. Banrael rttcher. That i-beeam urn for nearly thirty years, and that mora Castorta la bow sold thaa a aO othar resaedfcsi far child a eombined f P T" Kjm r that tha Patent Offlea Departmant of tha United States, aad of atbsr countries, bars issued exdual right In Or. Pitcher and his assigns to use the aord " CaaSor-a " and Its formula, and that to burlata them Is s stats prmoa offense t Pa Tow K.ai a- that one of tho resenni for granting tbia rovarnnicnt rrotrctioawms . because Castorla had been proven to be absolutely harmless? Po Tow Kmw that 35 a-a-SRe doses of Castaria ara far&Uced for 35. seats, or oos cent a dues t P To K-o that when urmtmeiot this r-rfejl preparation, tout children m-v b kept well, and that yja. r ay ha unbrokea rest 7aH, taoao tatoga are worth. a-owUg. They are facta. Taa fae-slmPo atg-atw-o of wraaasr. 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 Perxtaocntly located in Davenport, Iowa DEL T. M. WALSU, Peraarly Cilalcal frorswor la twa of Ch! cafe's leedref medical colleges. 1 DB. J. E. WALSH, Lets . f Chi -ago, formerly Sarreoa-ta-CbJaf a ft. AatiMa, -kBosptta- CONSULTATION FREE. NLIIVOUS DEBILITY Eibsnstive drains, aleepleas'ness. threatened In- aatty, w,k memory, maatal Selasicne, or aByotber condition ana to nervosa txhiMti . poeitlvaly cared, CATARRH Drape paia. Asthma. Rheumatism. Scrofula. Svrjhilia. Rlnnrl. Rni . I.l'rr and Skis dlscaass caa ba quickly aad pat aacatly cared by oar advanced sys tems aiedicrae. VARICOCELE la the most active cause of nervou debility. Why treat ajnh wtih other whea we g-srantee yoa a permanent cora in savea days by oar palnirti WOMEN buffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult na. W hive te.1 many cafes Rlrea up as sopeks. snd we msy ho able to cure yoa. Barg-ica! er rations xrfbrmtd st tour home if desirvd. Abdoailnal acd brain sargtrry a specialty. OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonial are the Best The numerous ac- fcvmwleilfferaat we hare received Pmcn I he aea.tistwia fne mv ejMera.M mm 4 nntvi u4 ennc'ral cawe Is proof conelnrive that utir "dvanced netnoda rare where ad other, fail. Tfterafore, da aot waste time Uh otaere, bat conealt us at oaca and racaln y ar h'M hea'th. There ie a sure in every dieeese thai yu caa be cared. Msee yoa tnssed I' """ ' If ant, do aot cipcriateal anr luacer. lut c r.n t as at once. Furthermore, we utTer Sl.ino to saynn provtt imr cradeotlala falsa. We siake U an object for yoa to larea mmmw whi cvvw. viv.ieueie wiicr 70a saen s I air propoaiuon. 0 ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN o If yna rsarmt caU, write. Hundreds oared by null. Iloars to 13, 1 to S, T to S. Saadayr 11 29J to 1 .9K OFFICE 124 W. Third St.. McCullonjrh. Building, DsTenport. Iowa. DAVIS COMPANY BeaTtsTQ UKt TBimLivTUlO BRaiaTaXXa. If Yoa Want a Warm House, 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. Office in BOCK ISLAND and UOLINK flff5 EVERY WOMAN sms aeels a Tellable. axiatbr. recaJatlBe BedleiBe. Pnlr Tmwlaaa aa the yareal druri sasald sa aed. u yaa waat the bau, get Dr. Pcal'c Pennyroyal PIIIq Thee an senaet. eats ard evnale fit resell, Tba reaafaafPr. real's) aeear di eaaet. Heat say a here, t JO. eUtoasi'ttli Mraama.Ca, UaTalsad,tJL For aal at Harper Hon. Pharmacy. Book Island. 111. JOHN KONOSET, Carpenter and Builder, , orncs, boi ssn sixth avehtje, Shtp on Via. tttoet, BOCK tst.attti SHEER CURIOSITY f . m 1 1 i-aaseaa a . i At the Bottom of Movements for Official Investigations di the onnos of sexatob hill, era Also Hakes Sosae Ci Itaelesai tha PawaUeaa sfapstsh IsssMmaetaa; tax miry into Baejel Sales Waata Why laspeachaaaat la So Beeerted to aad C harass Made Onealy. Wasrikotoh, April 17. Although there wero sensational features again In the boase. Bine renewing his attack on Gen eral Franklin and other member defend ing the general, the senate yesterday was the best entertainment, fur Hill let loose some rials of wrath, probably, as he was speaking to the Feller resolution to in vestigate bond sales, a resolution he would gladly bare seen throttled because ha thought it waste of time. Hill said in be ginning:' "This Is a Populist resolution and is properly nrgad by the senator from Kansas PefferJ. It has its Inspiration in the Populist party. It has Us inspiration in the Populistio opposition to all bonds." Hill said this resolution was presented without formal charges, without specifica tions, without allegations of wrong do ing. Irregularity or corruption. It was, as had been admitted by the senators clamoring for a bond investigation, a mero concession to public curoslty. It was a fiasco. Mentions tba "Farmers' of tha Senate. "This resolution is to be passed in the dark," declared HilL "It to not urged after specific allegations against the hon orable secretary of the treasury, but merely to gratify the curiosity of the friends of the senator from Kansas. The country is to bo treated to this spectacle for the novelty of it the fun of it." It was belittling to the senate that it should at this time seek to cast doubt as to the action of the secretary of the treasury In Issuing bonds. The yarmors of tho senate tho senators from Kansas (Pcfler), from Nebraska (Allen), from feouth Carolina (Tillman) these farmers bad asserted that the farmers denied authority to Issue bonds. Ho insisted that the senate could not go Into the private affairs of tho bond bidders, and the publio transactions wore already known. Proposes to Investigata Pefler. "Whnt senator dare rise in his place," asked Hill, "and utter tho slander that the secretary of the treasury or soma of his subordinates bavo received some com- pansation, somo reward. There is no an swer. There is a moan, contemptible in sinuation, not a direct charge. Because senators differ with the secretary of the treasury and I differ with him at times tnnst they drag In an insinuation of dis honorable dealing against the secretary? iV bat if I offered a resolution to investi gate tho senator from Kansas" I would say go ahead." Interposed lVffer. Hill said such a resolution would carrr n insinuation against tho Kansas sena tor. Hill declared that the courts were open if any wrong had bxa dono on a bond issue. . Why Didn't the Authors ImpeaehT Alien interrupted, remarking that this subject seemed to make Hill "as mnd as a Mnssnsauga in August." He said the New xork senator knew perfectly well that a suit at law against tbo secretary of tho treasury was not permissible under tho laws. "Uu tbo contrary I will assert and fcuuw," exclaimed Hill, "that this resolution Is in aid of a speculative l.-iswsuit: that tho suit was Instituted In the courts on the very day when it was ex pected this debate was to begin In tho sen utc." .Hill went on to ask why the authors of this resolution, did not propose Impeachment. Instead of an investiga tion, the secretary of the treasury should have a vote of thanks for sustaining tho credit of tho government. A era nation Against Secretary Bherman. Stewart interrupted frequently, at Inst asking: "Is the nd ministration opposed to this Investigation? "I ant not aut horized to spenk for the administration, replied Hill ill ringing tones. "I oppose the resolutions because they embrace silly, foolish, unworthy propositions. I would oppose whether a xJomocratlo secretary was Involved or na" Before he got through, he went on, he would examine other low, contempti ble Investigations and charges made against other secretaries of the treasury and which bod fallen to the ground. He would speak of the courso of men who had bdcusou iiiu nit-ii secretary oi me treasury now sitting there, pointing to t-hermnn which accusations, ir) the light of his tory, were weak and thin and dissipated. AKBAICSMfcCT OF THE FOPCLISTS. Mew York Statesman Makes a Savaga and Tigorons Attack. Hill arraigned the Populist senators In scathing terms. He first described them as the "tailors of Toolcy street," who got together and solemnly said, "We, the peo ple of England." He characterizod them aa "desorters" from the old parties who bad "pooled their grievances." They hod offered their votes for sale, or rather for exchange, on tho tariff question when it came here. They are men Of no fixed Ideas, said he. They are tha advocates of disorder and scandal. The Populist party lives on scandal. Their main purpose Is to throw mud at tho Democratic and lie- publican parties, "and the time has come," declared Hill, "for the old parties to make common cause against these men." Tho senator caused great amuse ment by reading a letter he had received from Mississippi asking him to havo the senate investigate tan loss of a silver dol tar sent in the mall. Tha writer said in the course of the let tcr: "I am in favor of you for president in 1800." As Hill read the letter it caused a ripple in the galleries, and the senator added: "That man has common sense.1 The letter proceeded : "But I ara opposed to the election of Grover Cleveland in laUo." There was another ripple in the galleries. At this point Hill exploded a distinct sensation. He said that the preva lence of charges of irregularity and wrong was shown by the recent public allega tions of Chandler that the friends of McKinley were conducting "a boodle campaign." Hill said be bad nothing to aay against McKinley. Ud admired him for his courage. He says be is a candi date; Instead of saying he is "in the hands of friends." Hill's experience was, he said, that man who atarsed "in the bands of his friends" wound up "in the hands of the enemy." I had supposed Mr. McKinley was making aa honorable canvass," pro- eeeJed Hill, "until I read the Chandler statement." Tho Chaudler charges wen sent to the desk and read in f ulL Chand ler sat on the Republican side smiling as the reading proceeded. After the reading naa been eoneiudeu Uill went on. - These charge had not been met, be said. No answer had been submitted to tbo serious accusations of Chandler. Bcflsctions en his moUves wore no answer to tho charges. v ny, asked Hill, was there not an In vestigation. "Here ore charges of a corrupt nse of money to bay up a presidential nomination," exclaimed HUL . "Here are charges of a levy on the protected inter ests to secure a platform in accordance with their desires. But no senator not even the senator from Kansas asks for aa investigation. Hore is an offense against the f r inchtse, a stab at onr insti tutions, when it is charged that IC5J.0O) has been raised to secure the nomination for the presidency, . and yet no investiga tion is proposed. liet the Chandler charges be investigated too. L;t us do it now, bo fore the heat of this political campaign comes on." Hill next passed to the sugar investiga tion and ridiculed Its results. " One sen ator had the courage to say to the inves tigating committee: "Yes," ha had dealt In sugar. "Did it hurt him?" asked HilL & ToJ;i7 he is tho candidato and fa vorite son of the leading Republican state of the Union for the presidency, with a host of friends and supporters. Alter ridiculing the fruitless Investiga tion Hill at 5 o'clock said he would yield, expecting to go on today. rnOBABXE PENSION I.KGISI.ATIOX. .flckler Bill To Ito Taken Ca with a Few Changes la Detaila. WAsnmoTOK, April 17. The .pension legislation to be taken up by this congress was the subject of a conference by Re publican leaders in Speaker Heed's room. There were present tho speaker. Chair man Pickler, of the committee on pen sions, and Representatives Dingley, Dai- cell nnd Payno. Picklcr's general pen sion bill reported to tho bouso by the com mittee was discussed minutely. The bill will ba brought forward iiftho house and ainplo time given for debato on it within a few days. Several changes wero sug gested in the details of the measure, how ever, and these will be submitted to the pensions committee for' approval before the bill is taken up. Itndor this bill discontinuances or re ductions of pensions would be unlawful except for fraud, clerical error, mistake In facts, or recovery from disabilities. Com missioner Raum's interpretations of the act of 1894 which have been largely re versed by the present administration. would bo restored, and pensioners dropped from tho rolls by these reversals would bo restored on application. Tho securing of pensions would be considerably facill- tafoa. uno oi the cnanges wntcn speaker Keed and his colleagues desire Is to drop tho section of the Pickler bill which estab lishes a presumption that disabilities wero not incurred through vicious habits. Pickler estimates that with tho bill in operation the pension budget would be increased from two to three millions year. Snsamary of Work la Congress, WAsniNGTOS. April 17. The resolution for an investigation of recent bond Issues was taken up in tho senate and Hill made a sensational and dramatic speech in op position, in which he referred to all the newspapers scandals of lata years con nected with congress, and defended the administration. Gray spoke on tho Du- pont case. Blue s nght against the reappointment of General William B. Franklin as a member of the board of manage! s of tho National Homo for Disabled Volunteers terminated unsuccessfully in tho house. His amendment to substitute the name of General O. O. Howard for that of General Franklin was rejected il to 119. Tho resolution was adopted that appoints Franklin, Steele, Beal, Fesscnden and Henderson tho board of soldiers' home managers. A few miuor bills wero passed. Hational llank Suspends. Washington, April 17. Acting Comp troller Collin has received a telegram stating that the First National bank of Bedford, Vs., has suspended payment. Tho bank has a capital of .Vl,(ir.iO and owes to depositors and others about $120,000. HOLMES JOINS THE CHURCH. Father Dailey Reeeivea Him Into the Ro man Cathotie Communion. Philadkli'UIA, April 17. H. H. Holmes, condemned to be hanged May T for the murder of Pitzel, was baptized and re ceived into the Koman Catholio church yesterday. The ceremony was performed by Rev. P. J. Dailey, pastor of the Church of the Annunciation,, within the four walls of Holmes' cell. The condemned man went through the ceremony slowly andolemnly, and with every evidence of sincerity. Maine Went Well, Bent, for Reed. Portland, Me., April 17. The Repub lican state convention was presided over by Hannibal K. Hamlin and when he said Reed the delegates went wild. Then when the resolutions came in one plank would have adopted thein. for it indorsed Hoed for the presidency as a man who "Is opposed to the froo and unlimited coin age of silver, except by International agreement, and nntil such agreement can be obtained believes tho present gold standard should bemaintained. He has always been uncompromisingly for the maintenance of the highest national credit in tho ntmost good faith toward the pub' lie creaitsor." Carpenters and the Kight-Hoar Day. - Cleveland, April 17. The carpenters' union has received letters from fully fifty per cent, of the building contractors of the city, agreeing to the eight-hour day in rose a majority decides in liko manner. The strike at the King Ax works has been settlod by compromise and that at tho Dangler Vapor Stove company by re fusal of sanction on the part of the pol ishers union. Two Men Drowned aad a Third Bart, Pittsburgh, N. Y., April 17. While a number of men were trying to start a jam of logs on the A usable river, between Keene village and Beedea, a boat contain ing seven of the laborers was overturned and' Henry Poole and Edward Nichols were drowned and Walter Uurlburt was badly Injured. The bodies wero not re covered. Swift Flails Another Co sari. FAS APEX A, CaL,' April 17. Just ten days ago Professor Swift, of the Mount Lowe observatory, discovered an object in the heavens which he suspected to be a new comet. On Monday uight tbo sus picion waa partially venitoo, ana next . ... j nignt taiiy so. , ABBREVIATED TELEGRAM Major George A. Armes. U. .S. A re tired, who achieved notoriety last May on account or his are esS) for trouble with Lieutenant General Sohofleld, is belug sued by his wife for divorce on tho ground oi ill temper and cruelty. At Chicago two men boarded a Fuller- ton avenue electric car at Chicago avenue and Larrabee street and attempted to rob Conductor Fred rutnm. Wru Tim and Motor man Nicholas Sebastian nut an a desperate fight and succeeded in drubbing the highwaymen so severely that they de sisted and fled. Obituarv: At Jackson. Mich.. Cvras Van Etten, 54. At Pierre, & D.. W. P. McKIroy. At Woodstock. III. Mrs. Nellie James. At Bismarck, N. D.. Lieutenant Horace G. Hambright, U. S. A. At Al bion. Ind John W. Clino, S3. Senator Allen proposes to make all vet erans of tho Mexican war and tho rebel lion eligible to appointment as brevet colonels in tho regular army. Tho first victim of the heat for tho sea son is reported from Philadelphia, whtre Geargo Scbala was overcome and died in a hospital. C O. Davis, confined at Wintorsct. Ia.. on a charge of wrecking tho bank at Peru, of which ho was cashier, escaped from jail by digging a tunnel thirty foot long. rive nun.'.red Italian immigrants, held at Ellis Island. Now York harbor, fordo-' partatlon mnde a break for freedom and were only restrained by the revolvers in tliu bands of their guards. Accurdillir to r. nwt Senator Tillman blushed at DenveA when an aged female suffragist threw her arms arouud his neck nnd gave him n hearty kiss in the presence of J,0u0 people. An unsuccessful attempt was mndo to cash a forged draft at the Citizans' Na tional bank, D.cntiir, Ilia. It was for (150, drawn in favor of Willard S. Fox. THE MARKETS. New York Financial. Nicer YoitK, April 1 Honey on call waa easy at U-ir:j'4 per cent.; primo rneriMiit.ld iiaer fi'sl.1 per cent.: sterling exchvi' :t4-ady. wft!i netual bad ness in bsnkr, b -lis at ;. f r de mind ani 4t4(a)ISi for sixty days: . ported ratei. 3iS4il anl 3J;i ll); commercial bills 4K7. Silver certifleata cr'iK'is: na salet; bar silver. Hi?,,; Mvx.caa dull r. A3?i. Uiiital StnttM government bond4 ntron?; new 4' r.-fftsrerji, 110: do coup ins. HT'-j; 5's n-iiMervd, 6's coupons. 113,14: t resriHtere.1, lNii: -'s conponi, liW; i s resisturai. i; Pacific Us ot 'J7. lJi Chicago Grain and Produce. Chic Ann. April HI Tha fallowing were th-j quos fctioat on the Board of Train todav: Wh"at Anril, opened 64ic close 1 Mav. opt-al Ci1, closed S.40: July, opeuel 0i!4o cloud 03,1. Corn April. nominal, clowl iS-fioi slay. opened iOWc, clonal ai'io; July, opcnel HI1-, closed !ill-4o. Oats April, nominal, closed l!)1; Hay. opened l!o. cloixl Hicj July, opeaei 203. close! '-W.e. Fork April opened SS.1a doled '8 55; Hay. opened tH.50. close 1 S&SJi Lard April, opened IW cloted SI GO; Hiy. opened $!. closed tl.uS. Produce: Batter Extra croamerr, loo per lh.: extra diiry loo: froih p-kinx stock. 8T Ho. Eg Fresh stosk. lwMHa perdos Ltlve Poultry Turk its. per lb. chickens, hens, 8c; roosters, a$!e: dunks. lKdlte; (resse t.O ).$ p3r doz. fotarons Burbanks. 18S'2J4 p'r ba.: mixel. M'fltljc. Sweet potatoes H8K9!Tj par tola Apples- Fair to fancy. S3 sjooj 7.1 per DDI. uran- b-rrles Jeneys, t.0J'9iaJ per bbb Honey Whlto clover, 1$ 14c per lb.; brokea comb, 9 &10c; extracted. 6jr.ee. ' Chicago lave Stock. CniCAao. April 18. Live St55k Prlcas at tha Union St-tolr, Yards todav runnel aa folio a-s- Hora Kiti mated receipts fjr the day. 29.0JI): sales ranged at .'WJ0 p.gs. lignt, H.im3 8i rousa pae'xinr K 417J rnixod, and (4.4031.33 hairy p-wkiij anl shipping lots. Cattle Eitimitel ree-lnti for thi day. P,6iJ: quot itium ran;l at W.'-iKiil.Si choice to extra shipping eturs. S3.VJIiSI.i goo! to choice do., Mait.0.i fir tj gol, f 1.40(8.1 75 common to medium d-.. U ipi.7J bntcu-srs' st n. ti.3J1$l.l) sticx-r: 8(18 fin ion 1.5Jt.t.7J cow. 12.40 J 73 hotter. KiajravlaS Lulls, 3.104 Si 3 ens steers, and Soj(9j.i veal calves. 6her-p and Limbs Estimated receipts for the day, )): sales rai.-a at tiUJit OJ west erns, it 1Uo3 & Texan, iioOfiillJ natives, ani 43.s.i6J luraba A Lady Attorney. Her career threatened by an insiditMi-i foe. II ow it was vantMttcd. Mrs. Alice Koon. was the fi t tan- ney in Ilntchinson. All admire the merer and cleverness that have pivM k n. . en . Few know how nearlv her career was r"! .1 tronh,c pecnli.ir to her sex, which namra n pnysmnns. Here is a portion of her statement. "When I I can the nse of w H1 Olive and Myrtle Tonic, I bat lieen scverrlr arllictcd n yenr and confined to my bed three weeks. Had ac vere pains and no r t for some time. The lirst applica tion gave me rc frcshing sleep and fn two weeks I was at work, fret ing stronger thnn 1 had in three yenm." M KS. AI.ICB KOON. llntchinson, Kan. I'hwkS.n.1. lw fnfl to en re the fire gularitica, dixplnccmrn ta, and diseases that sap the vitnlitv of women, litlk-s shrink too, from the exposure of trrnt ment. and often suffer in silence rather thnn submit to it. These remedies arc a solution of the probk-m. Wild Olive is a local treat ment. Myrtle 1 omc, a constitutional rcmcuv. With them ladies can positively cure them selves at home, llicc $l.coch. Smilcs and a booklet free. VICTOR MEDICAL, ASSOCIATION. South ikmd, Ind. Mrs. M. J. Sabout, Agent, U Thlrty-se nth 8t Twelfth are. Rock .Island Tha Local Markets. Corn Ke, Oats IHcflUOr, Uay Ttmouiy, SI: npland. tWMIS: wild, SOUS; akragli, 0a; baled. WttSUJU; nillet. iu. TtarruiJS. Fotatoes tic. paoDUCs. Batter jTair to chelca. ISo; flash cream- en, sue ibrgs Frastt, 9c Chick sms 7c. Turkeys 8c Oeusa Tc Ducks ec uva Cattle Botcher pay for corn fad steers 81tcC.Hc;co-s sad heifers, SlicCISc; calves. SMCOtMC bottaaas'.ic Eheap Mc spring buab-St .50OH a head . VtTBL. Coal 80ft. 10c. Children Cry for Pitcher's Casttrla. nadame Kellogg Stiicsl of Dress LUkiag C.1 113 KUtOITI CLITIC Oar SCHOOL i decidedly the best place In thi vicin ity to learn the entire art of French Dresa Makinr. Pnpil make dresse while learning. Good position for competent persons. Fashion plate aad circular free. Rod need Rate for the next 80 da j to those taking the syatem. LEiltilLMI AGE-IT. . ! W sad 64, MeJssaia sWafo-g, UaVIKPORT.IA. 5?I OAKES FOR QETiERAL BUteKTNQ APPLIED AMD POUSHEO WITH A BRUSH SUM PASTE . FOR A QUICK AnTA-MNNERSBME . APPLIED Art0P0Lr5HEOrTTTHAClX)TlaT Drosw rVopsJCWas.rfass,USA. Sold by "Henry Dart's Sobs, Wholesale Grocers, Bock Island ill wo no an 1118 ail Jeweler. THK TRAVELEKS' QUIDS. pHTCAOO, ROCK UtARD PAOIrTO Raihrav Tickets esa ha naieliaaad h-- gaftf chocked it K lir Tw.miete street depot or C R I 4t F denot comer Vlflk ikhu, and fMrty-rs stra otf na U. Plcnunex , . We are showing: our Usual line of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Woltman, Jeweler. Reliable Goods at Bock-Bottom Prices. 1805 8EC0XD ATEKUE. j fje - Viatel! , Hlcket Plated aad Ba Keroaena Oil. The Pathlight A beautiful, thoroughly saada aad aely Baiahed Bicycle Laaaa, Jolt aad srcloaa nroof. ff-atti sariail IT tin si Ill ISsisssiiinasai) a lot of prte, SI M. aarbs r eaa bar It 1 . THE MACe TEIRT MFfl. CO- X -ST Csstr ft- Utm Tsrk. S 9Q9wWWQ9eeQQ9eee9Q9Bs mm DATH GOODS Baths ot all kinda, Incladiag Tnrkiab, plain, shampoo, elec tric, electro-thermal, eta., may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Room, on the firit floor of the Harper Home. . BOOMS OPEN. For Ladies From I a. m. to 13 m. on week days For Gen tlemen From 2 p. m. to 10 p.m. on week day On Sundays the room will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Kleotric and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at any time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with baU rooms. mminrTHcamLE FjliS. ttj mo rifiw. fkstsst Imt aMstisUasS e-ilsraaaly-tJwiX TRA1S5. giaaik JTa. mala Fins, asva asea Bold tor c twenty yaa and assd by Thoo- , ili K,. havaglvs m taeUaa iUIs tbattaey ni-anaxcei-u. aa a svseMe monthly sssdleins. tor hamedisto relief at Painful, and Irras-Jar atenaes, m - - - t. Iriea. SJa a boa. with f.ll illiiiiliia nsara no si aei.n I as. oa opr. miors larrj. oira aUSHia Cs-KslICA. CO- 1 o , Dsoivei Lardlad A Osaka. X Worth. DS Y K.O. MtnaespolU Oraahaa Das Moines...... ta ha Minneapolis Omaha A Dee Moines Ki. . tOmahaA Minneapolis Ks. Denver, Lincoln A Omaha.. St. raul A MlnneapoPs.... Denver. It. Worth A K n tr.an-u tttr at. Joseph. If net Islr.nd War station. ruucaao m tes llolnss itock lalandJistnart Assssa.. RocklslaadABrooklyaAc.. kU . I Wssv. t 1 :am t4 t:40 It tr5a--i' lt:w am T:xOaa 1S:ISan SAOara S:-Wam 4:S0aai 11:15 r IS AO am t l aspm :lPBi litu ll:r a pas S-J) u 4:S0ara i10:.Sf,pm v4ara tS:ioam t.-,,ra noapra t:sra tS:36 . t:Km t r.wm t:tOaai Arrival. tDepanore. t'y.ax ptBandsy. All others dally. Telephone ICUs. Bunoay t veniner a Pullman sleeper will ba at the depot ttier ni:i, which will leave fur Chica po at : a . m. Monday. DTTRUROTtiR ROUTE C way Depot First w st St. M.J. Yocna. agaat. O. RAI l Btxtacath TRAXHB. tun. ana a. I BL 1 Snrin-cld. Peoria. I Bar. V-.nn via Monmocih T:O0am T45pa Cblraa-o. Marling, Clinloa A: I Dahaqae t T-aa t l:pa reoris, BVardMoara. Bar-) I burton West... t 2:tt pa tllOera BU Paul A Mlnneanolia S.S.1 .rs T W aia Bterlirg. Clinton Dobaqne f S J6 pm t S:4 pss fit. L . Kansas City, luenieri I A Pec Coast via Ualceb'nr TaS pm tM mm DaUv. tDaily except Konday. Qhicaqo, milwaurrr a sr. facl Hallway-Ractna a nasuwarlaRi Dlriaioa -Depot Twentieth street, bet wesa . first and IJecond svaaaas, L B. Ore er. Afant, a0 by M. F. Bahassa, drs aglet. THA IKS. Mali and Express M.raol grprass freight and Areoromodata. Laava. T:M am SiSOpm 4J pml U:0aai S.-Oa smj taoass Daily except Sunday. Rocr Island a Proria Baixwat R. L. Uoff, agent. TRAINS, astern Kx. The Trilby". .. Peon a a BtLouis MaU Xa. Bxprsea Peoria Aceom. Freleht Cable Acco rooriatioo. ...... came Acco ajamatioa...... Cable Acconunodatloa 1 am S:08i 1:4ft pm 7 :10 pm 8:40 am pB Amarvs 10 pni a:su pm 11.1 am S:M am t:S0 pm tnso pm T:8 am Passenrer trains leave C- R. L A P. i Molina avenue) denot ire tot mlnntes earlier thaa i Jiven. Trains marked daily, all other trains ally except Sanday. " Rcrurotor, Crdar Bapids a horthern Railway, depot foot of Brady street, Davenport. J as. Morton, traa. Tk'td) agw, Dsvennort Tralna. Paaseniiot.... rrelKht Las I b4:as DB bt:00 i m Aaarva bl0:tam West Uhcrty Tra.n PassKr.. Ho. . rtwutht - tNonb. ptoatb . b7:10sn bltnso.ira ai0:30psil aS:l5am I m nra pas ht:0pa bll:am utS:4Spm ' htcooara a Dailv. bosilv exeeii bnoaar. ft Joint north. riom? noniB and sost. rso. l rues pecs Cedar tt spina aad Wast 1.1 Deity. NEW PASSEflGER SERVICE To the East via the R. I. & P. Lv Davenport Perry Street depot Lv Rock Island. ... CRI r Depot Lv Hock Island Twentieth st Denot ar reona Ar Bloom ins ton.... Ar Indianapolis Ar Lrnit ille...... Ar CinclcaatL...... Ar lJayton.. ........ Ar Colombo-...... Ar Jacksonville.... . ar snnna-aeM...... Ar 6t Loola. Ar Lincoln ....... ar Decatur......... Ar Mat toon . ArnvaasvUIa. ...... Ar Decs tar Ar Terra Haute 4 10 I Si fir ass TKl S 15 1 8 no pm IMm sispm RSpm iu I to as i (4 am II 10 am 1 10 pm 40 pm T 10 am nasi OSsa 11 am 117 pm Mpm OS pm: lOSOpmi It&flam 7&Upmi S lop sSpm- lorpmi 125 pa IsOpra 15 pa son pa tr.pa Sam T46ara 71 ara SIS am TSUaa 1 fl am era em lvm S45l.ni IS (Apia tliu 46pa THROUGH CAR SERVICE , BOCK ISLAKD TO ST. LOCH.' Line east of Peoria carry throne, coaches and sleeping cars on night trains to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. Jo tin Volic 3c Co, CONTRACTORS BOUSE BUILDE-1S. Mannfactnrers ot Sash, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork tor BaUdera lillni, Fiiilas "