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6 TBS AOITP, MONQAT APBgi 27, t I l VI h i: for Infento and Children. m I wniliM rf;im . ywM vmepsa kef HwHtw nassuiai. If fa mm tio My th W resnvndy tor Ixtfrnnrfe am CMMg the, wtU fcne mwmr mamm. It fa hnrsBTeeo. Children. Hhn H. I srfveo) ttasm hajth. It wffl iw thfcr lire. Im It Mothers hay thfag which fa eheo lately soils J yCTeovtcmily pesrfaoi ar faitofto Day fmriiM an. Caa torla proveate romi dtfskg leap OH. O terta era-en PUrrfc nlWlrf CoMay Cwhrfa rrifar Tethiaug Tram Hw . Caa tarla eim CwrtlnMw and Flatwlewcy. CutU entrallsee the eaTeete of earhondo Id K or pel ens nir. Cartirii daee mmt a aetata ftM, opium, or other narcotic properly. Cawtecta iflt the fee d, pegnlates the stsataeh bus twwb, prying; healthy aad Mtvnrol sleep. Onrl fa pnt np tai wrdw bottles emly. It fa mat sold la hsJh. Peat ellaw T te II yew aaythrgg el the plea, w- piwasiee that tt fa "jnat g 4" Mrf 'wfll anaivor tit inurjooe. See that yaw ty C-A-S-T-Q-B.-I-A. The fas-aiaslia of Children Cry for Health U the Sunshine of Home Have you got it? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chicago Medica) Institute Permanent It located In Lrav-nport. Iowa DR. T. M. WALbU. rnnwrtf Olatcal homK atwoofOnin 'eudle aMdtcal eolleree. CONSULTATION FIEE. NFRVOUS DEBI LITT Exhaustive drsina. sleeplessness, threatened In mtj. memory. ntal 4elot km, or utj oUwt condlilns tea to anoo exhuaitoa. pctliT ly cutvo CATARRH Dripepaia. Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood, K itw, tlvr sad Skia dUuanw cu ba qaickly and puBtoynratly ennd hj oar adrucad am- VABICHCELE la tho most active cause of nervous debility. Why treat snub iih A-hrarha wa (aarantra jt" a prrauaaat cara la raraa days by oar natnlaaa aMaudf Ujdrvo kt cofd la aaa daj oo juia. WOMEN offerin)f from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns. aia ! mt an raw alToa up a bnpalra-, and wa nay ha a Ma to euro yoa. Bnrxtaal ovarnilooa iwrformrd at your bono if dealred Abdominal aad brain aurgcry a apecially OUR CKEDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ao- kaolr1arrBets mt b rroalard from th aawnnapara for oar remarluMa caraa la botk a oicat ana ir rai rwaa la pronf eonclaalva tnat oar adrancad rothird cara wbara all tivii, on m wm nan na ouirra. mux cooui( ua at oaea and rara:a yar !o baa'lh. Tb la nun la ovary rilaaaaa Ibal you eaa bo carad. Uavo yoa Bvaaad tha -tar If not, do not experiment anr Umrrr. hate .MB 't aa at fiion. Parthannorc. a oSar tl,i to r7n prortn our rroriaottal? fateo. W make It an object for yoa 10 Iraas Uaata oar. No oUmw apvcUliaU offer yoa aoali a lair propoaitloa. ONLY CURABLE T rannn call, write. Uainlrrda oand by Ball. Boon SloU.Stob.Ttot. Bos day li ai i l a OFFICE lit W. Third St,. McCullougb. BuildinK, Davenport. Iowa. DAVIS COMPANY Biatixo ajtd TSarnutnio nsimu E La. " EVERY WOW1AN Dr. Poal'o TWe OJ" X t. a'aaM wrtala ta reaal. TW leaarnafPr. Paal'ali aaiai. BaataByaan.tl4a. For ale at Harper Boaat Fharmaoy. Boek Island. U) JOHN KONOSKY, Carpenter and orncx, wo: ssn thttp on Tina) tXxt, fa wry Wrapper. Pitcher's Castorla. DB. J. E. WALSH, f.AtBn At fWfeftMaM fti mlm - I. fu.i P samaaMSSSJiy aj aSSy llaRe. r propoaitloa. CASES TAKEN- IfYou Want a Warm House, Warm all over, Warm all the time. Not too hot la mild weather, Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. Thirty Capitol Heaters in use in Rock Island. Offloea la BOCK ISLAND and MOUSE a r: Ubl, aathTy, romlaUaa aMdirlaa. " Only baradaatSaaf .aiaaaW ft aaaald aa an. if yoaaaattaa ramm Pcnnyroycl PIHo Addaaairsia MiakniaaCa CatraUad.0. sixth avxxtjx. COGS ISLAIID. POLITICS IN IOWA. First Victory for the Cold Stand - ard Democrats. WOH II THE HOME OF GOT. BOIES. It irlakt To Be Wand wltbi C TlgOT By Tha Wine of tho Party la tha Hawkayo etata-Go. AltaaldTa Baply ta Carllalo'e Space at Cbteago "aoaad Haacyr roaMiaa Attacked la Ita 9traa eat raaat, tha Aaaeaat of Cairaaay. Des MoatEs, April 87. Tha silver men hara carried most of tha counties which have so tar bskl conventions for the selec tion of delegates to the Democratic atate convention. The division and practical defeat of the silver faction of the party in Boise's home county, Blackhawk, has in spired tho gold men, and It is announced here that they propose to make a deter mined fight for the balance. They claim that the bount!cs which have held their conventions so far are confessedly the free stiver ones, and that thee have been held early for the avowed purpose of influenc ing the others. Oslo) Ooldera for Free SUrar. Hamilton county, the gold men say. is tho only one in which they have met with nnexDected defeat, and there no attention waa paid to the matter. The Democratic gold men are complaining that much of opposition to them comes from tho post masters and other federal office holders. who are for freo silver in spits of tho ad ministration. From now on the fight may be expected to be determined on both sides, with the chances' in favor of tho ailver men. Tho Ficht mt the Home of Bo lea. A dispatch from Waterloo, the home of Boies, aaya that at the convention there the gold-standard peoplo outnumbered the silver Boles men three to two. The con vention was characterised by tho wildest scenes. In the outset the Cleveland men eaptnred the convention. Just as the or ganization was perfected Chairman Scott, of tho central ejimmifujc, entered the hall, ivuored the proceedings and called an other convention. Thus the two conven tions proceeded In the same hall simul taneously, each howling the other down. The disturbance continued for more than aa hour. Tho Clevoland men summoned Sheriff Law, and Marshal Kiingman was brought on the seeno bv the white metal men. No arrests were made. Kch con vention adopted resolutions on the money question, the difference being as great as possible. ALTOELD'S BEPLT TO CABLI8LE. Faints Made b) the Governor Against She aceretary of me Treasary. Spbixgfikld, Ills., April 27. Governor Altgeld's reply to the speech of Secretary Carlislo in tho Chicago Auditorium be gins with tho question of Carlisle's change of view and quotes bin In 1878 using the plainest kind of free silver arguments. Altgcld wants to known what changed Carlisle's views, llo says tho Chicago speech is full of sophistry and pettifog- ery, and intimates that Carlisle, Hoke Smith and Herbert nil suddenly changed when they went into tho cabinet and are afraid to say why. Then he quotes Baron Rothschild in 169 as saying that it is tho sum of the two motols which forms the measure of value, as a reply to tho claim that a double standard is impossible, and wants to know what would have happened to gold if It had been treated as silver was. He claims that where silver was "stricken down" It was done Ty arbitrary law, and that commerce or business had nothing to do with It. He also claims that tho act of lb'3 brought about a condition of affairs which compeliod tho debtor, the producer and tbe laborer to sell twice as much property or labor as were formerly neces sary to get tho same amount of money. Then ho says: "As thcro cannot be a general rlso in prices without an increaso in tho volume of money, must npt the present paralysis and stagnation con tinno in tho world until thevolnmeof money is agnln restored 1g what it was before slrvcr was ctrickeh down?" To make this proposition good the governor boldly attacks tho claim of the single standard men that theroU more money In circulation now than at any other time in the country's history, and that it it has been steadily Increasing In volujno sloes' 1873. He quotes from the currency comp- rollor s report to show that all tho banks In tbe country hold only 1127,000,000 in gold, and iptiraatmi that Carlislo falsified tho ngures knowingly. Altgeld seems to hoi 1 that the gold held by the banks is except the SliXl.OOO.OJO re serve, not available as currency alxrat all thcro is in the country. Instead of about tnao, 000.000 as Carlisle said. He says It is carried ont of the country to Canada and Sooth America, to China bv the Chinesn. to Europe by the tourist, ami that really but a comparatively small proportion of it is left in this country, thus roducine tho circulation to less than it was in 1873 and accounting for the lowering of prices by scarcity of currency. Washington. April S7. Secretary Car lisle, when seen last night, said he did not desire to mako any reply to Governor Altgeld s open letter crilijuing his Chi cago speech. KVSSEXL MAKES A STATEMENT, Democratic Convention Skeold rirat Adopt -Sannd loey Priaciplee. Xew Yobk, April 27. The World prints tho following signed statement of ex-Go v ernpr William K. Russell, of Massachu sets, in response to question from one of its staff correspondents: 'I am greatly surprised to hear that the action of the Massachusetts convention has attracted any special attention outsldo the state. While I greatly appreciate the compli ment of an indorsement by my state I am not seeking the nomination nor am I de sirous of being the candidate, nor do I wish any movement made in any sta'e In my Interest. My belief is that it Is all Important that when the Chicago convention marts Its delegates should be absolutely free to deliberate aad act clear of all instruct ions or pledges or evea expressed preferences. "The Important thing now Is to make every enort to have tbe Democratic party takt at. absolute); sound position on the money question, without evasion or com promise. I am firmly of tho opinion, as I have recently said, that our national platform ought explicitly aad emphatically to oppose tbe free coinage of silver or Its compulsory purchase, or, any compromise learlslatKm la tnat direction: and that U ought to indorse and com mon a I lie administration of President Cleveland for Its resolute work In maln- taining our present gold stindard and lit preserving the credit of the nation. 'I thins it wculd be neither riht dot wise to attempt to avoid or straddle this question by any ambiguous or . nroantlrg- less acdlaration. The time has passed for that. The issna must he made and fought out l trust to a sound conclusion. ILLINOIS REPUBLICAN COBtVEatTOM, Trouble Caaaed by a Coneasslan to Sal lean Mm la the Convention. Hall. - Spbisgfield, April 27. The saloon con cession In tbe state Republican conven tion building at the state fair grounds was the subject of the gossipers here yes terday, and the politicians are wondering how the matter will end. The matter was taken to the local members of the state board of agriculture aad they were charged with being responsible tor having the saloon inside the convention hall. Secretary Garrard, of the board, last night stated that ho told the local sub committee on building that the bar would be taken ont If they said so, and that the chairman of the sub-committee stated: "Leave it alone; it's all right." The board of agriculture states that the saloon will stand, and that the conven tion will be held In the Dome building or not at all. Tanner says it shall not be held there. Dr. ' Jamleson arrived last evening and is in consultation with Tan tier. He holds the local committee re sponsible, and says that if they can stand tbe Dlame the candidates must, lae mut ter will come up again today, but it is be lieved that it will be dropped and the sa loon and convention held under the same root Tha convention will be held on W cdnesday next. Michigan Demoerata for Free Silver. Detroit, April 87. It appears to be a foregono conclusion that the Michigan Democratic convention . to be held next Wednesday will declare for freo silver and elect free silver delegates -at-larg1 to the national convention. It requires 417 votes for a majority of the convention, and it is conced-d that the silver men will have at least 500 votes. Democrats of Idaho, SALT Lake Citt, April B7. The Demo cratic state committoo of Idaho has do titled to hold tho state convention at Poca- tello op June 16 to elect dclogatcs to the Chicago convention. I PHILADELPHIA IN THE LEAD. Pittsburg Second and Throe Clubs Tied for the Fourth Place. j Chicago, April 27. Philadelphia leads the column in the League bass ball race, with Pittsburg second and Washington and Clevoland tied for third. There are three tics for fourtb,among them Chicago, who was climbing iu and had reached. third. Then she ran up against Cincin nati yesterday and toot a tumble. Louis ville doesn't seem to be in tho gams at all, and New York la next to Louisville. Fol lowing is the standing of the clubs: Games Per riayod. Won. Lost Cent. Philadelphia 7 1 .8.57 Pittsbnis 7 5 9 .Tit WaeotnKtoa 7 S ' .l Clmrlaml 7 4 S .471 I'bh'ago 6 4 A'A Cincinnati S 5 4 . St. Louis 9 5 4 -Vn Baltimore 8 4 4 Boston 8 4 4 .5110 Brooklyn... 7 3 4 .Ml New York , 7 1 .148 Louisville...,. S I 8 .13 Baso ball scores Saturday wore: At Cincinnati Chicago 6, Cincinnati 3; at Philadelphia Brooklyn 3. Philadelphia 0; at Pittsburg Cleveland 6, Pittsburg o; at Baltimore Washington 2, Balti more 10; At New York Boston 7, New Jtork 4; at St. Louts Louisville 8, Sc. Louis 8. Sunday: At St. Louis Louis ville 3, St. Louis 0; at Cincinnati Chi cago 3, Cincinnati 11. ABBREVIATED TELESRAMSL Justice of the Peace Simpson, of D trnlt, has been convicted of assaulting Annie Howlett In a private room of a restaurant. Ho was recently acquitted of a similar charge as to two other girls. Milwaukee citizens called on Secretary Carlisle and asked that a rovenuo cutter nowbullding'be colled the "Milwaukee." Tho secretary said he would consider the matter, but the practice was to name revenue cutters for secretaries of the treas ury. The agricultural appropriation bill has become a law without the president's sig nature. He objected to some items In the bill. Tho assets of the building and loan as sociations of Illinois aggregate tiS,0&J,:!S3, which includes 7?. 422,031 loaned to stock holders and t2.b5ti.gio cash in the treasury. The statement of liabilities shows to the credit of the surplus fund, or profits, the sum of $17,7.821. . Joseph Windrath, convicted at Chicago of the murder of C. B. Birch, a street rail way cash receiver, has been sentenced to be banged May 15. Three murderers will swing that day In the Chicago Jail. An equestrian statue of Genoral Grant was unveiled Saturday at Brooklyn with a fine parado and appropriate ceremonies. The Iowa Odd Fellows Orphans' Home committoo has bien. enjoined from locat ing the home elsewhere than at Jefferson until further orders. The committee In charge of tbe laying of the corner-stone of the eastern Illinois State Normal school, at Charleston, bos set May 27 as the day. The supreme court of Maschusotts has de clared the law unconstitutional that gave vecrans the right of way under coftaia limitations to all vacant offices in city or state. Albert Swan son, of South Britain, Conn., was lockrd up at Akron. G on charge of insanity Because on a train hs wanted to bng a pretty girl. Mary Monahan, a pretty girl living at Areola, ins., nas disappeared since Fri day evening last and cannot be found. She U 16 years old. A young man is also missing. a Mrs. Ludwig, insane, was arrested at Laramie, Wyo., while en route to kill the governor because of the action of the state land board in- dispossessing her of some laua. Twenty saloonkeepers of Fort Scott. Kas., have skipped to Missouri and gone into camp so avoid a grand Jury now sit ting at Fort Scott. Bids for Cuban bends ire re from eJrerv state in the union and avesagad M per cent., some dius going as high as 100. The battleship Massachusetts averaged 10-1 anou on ner sea trial, and her build ers win a boons of f 100,00a A mass meeting has been called at Den ver Aoril 28 ta organise a silver party In Colorado. " Fire Is raging In tha Standard, a gold mis In California aS-itodle. Xbe loss , wi be heavy, as tbe mine is a rich one Thete have been three secret marriages among the students of Michigan universi ty, Ann Arbor, within a year. NATIONAL TREASURY DEFICIT Expected ta Reach at25.OO0,e0O fas? tha V" Mar EaaUag nne a. - Washington, April ST. The treasary deficit for the fiscal year ending Jno 83, 18EA. will be approximately f5,000.0(TJ. This is the opinion of officials and others best qualified to make an Intelligent esti mate of tho result of the fiscal operations of the year. The secretary of the treas ury's estimate of the year's expenditures was .3t-2,0U0,0O0, which according to his figures would leave a aefidency of $7, 000,000. His estimates of receipts were from customs fl 72.000, 000, from internal revenue S158. 000,00a Indications are that the estimate on customs will prove f 17, 000,000 too great and on internal revenue $14,000,000. . The actual expenditures, however, It Is now thought will aggregate about (3K2, 000.030, or lo.000.030 less than Carlisle's estimate In Darembcr last, so that the de ficit at the close of tho year. It Is believed, will not show any very material change from 135, ia. 423. Th is makes the total de ficit for the three fiscal years ending June 80, 1S9S, S13C,8ol,313. Tho secretary's esti mates at the timo they were made were believed by those of long experience In tbe department to bo extremely conservative. Tho receipts from both customs and In ternal revenue sourocs, however, have been surprisingly low, and there does not seem to be any Immediate prospect of ma terial improvement. Tenneaaea Roeorda Two Lyaehloga. Nashville, April 27. A mob of armed men about fifteen entered the jail at McMlnnvllle, dragged tho jailer from his bed and forced him to give np. the cell keys. William and Victor Hlllis were then taken from the jaiL carrlo a on horse back five miles from McMinnviUe and bath were harfged. Before tha mob suc ceeded in removing their victims from the jail they had a hard fight with them, but they were ovorjgowcrod. The mob came from Van burun county, where the lynched men lived. The prisoners mur dered in in Van Buren county, Car roll Martin, the purpose being robbery. . Looks Like Oarvry Would Have ta Pay. OMAI1A, April 27. Friday night "Coin" Harvey, in his speech here under the auspices of tha Bimetallic League, made tho following offer: "Silver was demone tized Feb. 12, 1673. I now offered a reward of $100 to any man -or woman who will find a word about it in any newspaper published In tho monthef February, 1373." Kditof'Bosowater. of The Hoc, editorially claims the money, to be paid to any public charity. Tho Bee was a member of the Associated Press at the time, and tho files of the paper contain a full report of tho proceedings. Man aad Wife Burned So Death, . New York, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Cullen were burned to death in their home near Chester, Orange county. They perished together in the sitting room, where Cullen bad dragged his wife from thelrbod in his effort to aave her. Morris Cullen, a son, fractured a leg In jumping from a second story window. George Thompson, an adapted son, sustained a bad scalp wound by being cut with glass." Judgment Against an Indiana Railway, NEW York, April 27. Justice Smyth, of tho supreme court, has granted an at tachment for 129,415.6a against the Uvansvllle and Torre Haute Kailroad company, of Indiana, In favor of John Daugan. It is understood that the claim is for interest and principal of 133 bonds of the Evansvllle and Richmond Kailroad company whoih were guaranteed by the defendant. Bad Been Outraged and Murdered. Erie, Po,, April 27. The body of Mrs. Anna Burger, wifo of John Burger, ol this city, who disappeared from her home last Monday, has been found in a ravine near the city. It hd nearly bean stripped of clothing, snd bruises rave evidence ot an outrage and murder. It is thought the woman was the victim of tramps who bad been congregating in that vicinity. s A Mora Artlaaav "What )b the reason yon insist that Linos is no artist ?".asked the Phi lis tine. "I thought ho was ono bf the best ilinstratdra in thaoonntrv." Well be isn't." said tbe artist hot ly. "'He is a mere grubbing artisan. Why, if the text, for instance, described a man to be wearing a full board, lie Would draw him that way, instead of witn a gooti artistic mustache and im pcrial. He's n grabber. That's what he is." Cincinnati Enquirer. She Knew Beat. Visitor Tell me now, professor, are) yon suffering much from your headache? Professor (to his wile) tony, Amelia, do I suiter much from my headache? Fliegoude Blatter. The Laeal Markets. Corn SJSc OatslscQ30c, tststs; Stone, STOtS; baled. 8M1S.90; millet. Potstoos He. Bner Fair to choice. ISc; fresh cream- Vsa-Freeh, Sc. Chickens 7c Ducks 3. UVB Cattle Butchers nay tor com rod stasis SHcOSc; id heifers, sieslt4; calves. noca-aasKe. Bhuop IWe, aprmg lamb-St JOtW s bond. Coal Soft, 10c. Supplying A Brass Band Is one of the most difficult things the campaign managers had to contend with during the .Presidential cam paign. The demand is greater than tbe supply. Can you get a band to gether iu your town? If so, it will pay yon to do so. Our little booklet, "How to Organise," will tell you Irow to do it. John C Haynes 4 Co., jjep- it, iiosiori. Mass. ACIGfSfOIOIOIGIOISIOIGsth .BAKES Ytil FOR GENERAL. BLACKING APPLIED AND -ant nun -Majs Bros, Pnyr rastiM Tlanri Jl . Sold by Henry Dart'a Sobs, Wholesale Grocers, Book Island A Woman's Youth. Health and Happiness too often vantsii wnii girlhood, unless . When does the blia-ht come Tea often when tbe boon of motherhood should en. banc life'a happineve. "When baby came. ncnitn arpartm ia mnnva woman a riprr ience. But thousands wriobarcbrliered thl the vigor, enerjry and joy of health were gone forever, have been rejoiced aa tbia one. "For fifteen yearn I've been afflicted with inflammation ulcer ation and cnlnrjre. merit of tbe nterne. Eight pbyak-iana hare failed to re lieve. Last Mar a spccinltataaid Iwaa a total wreck-no -help forme. 1 learn ed of Wild Olive and Myrtle Tonic. Two packages tin re era En MB." MK8.X.1. WOOLBDGB. Oeu cva, N. Y. This ia but one of the tliou- imnria thnt haw been cured by these remedies. Wild Olive ia a local treatment. It will alone cure a ma- lontyof these cases. M Title Tonic rapidly irailda on the crrnrrnl health and atrenirtbena the nervous avKtem. Thmr ramhiaatinn rem. edies are the most common-oenne treatment maoe. (.urea are quicker than bv any other method and permanent. I'hynicinn'a treat ment inexpensive.' dtaairrecnhic. usuallv inef- ectu.-tt. Cure yourself qnicklv at home. The remedies areSI. each. Samples and a hrlpfnl treatise. PRRB. . VICTOR MBDICAL ASSOCIATION, South Bend, Indiana. Mia. 1L J. Samut. Agent, . lit TWrty-e Tenth St., TwaUtfe eve. Bock Island Wftlt.T.-f. The VV UlUiliau Jeweler. We are showing' our Usual line of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Wolfan, Jeweler. Reliable Goods at Book-Bottom Prloea. 1805 SEC0XD ATESTJFe The Pathlight . A. tautifnl, thorangbly made and ta.ly fioiahed Bicycle Laata, Jolt aad eyclono proof. Seas taaay part ofttii aaaubj SarasaweaaeeafJ Ha riACg a TEBIT Urn. CO. t47 Csatia SL. haw Tata. wwsj89t9uWswae9Sii Baths of all kinds, Inolnding Turkish, plain, shampoo, eleo trio, eleotro-thermal, etc, may be obtained at the Sanitarium Bath Booms, on the first floor of the Harper House. BOOMS OFKH. For Ladles From t a, m. to 13 m. on week days For Gen. tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Bandars the rooms will be open from 7 a.m. to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only. Eleotrio and Electro-thermal baths may be obtained at toy time during business hours. Gymnasium connected with ball rooms. eare v.aaneaa eavesm tsSSSSl est aMaTwllSsft iiliisaslyaitaswrat la's French 7e- nna, have s sar aver tew wdsnudbyTaoo of Ladies, who -- - as a epeciae awatkly adMu hr lainiadistn ralkd ot lUafol. and Irregular Meneea, JCa anOe Weaknaaaato. Iia. KJAahoa. vmh fall directions. i a i 1 1 , i amtuiotra nrtTAllUSaV x MEfflua CBAkUCAL fJOu Dsjrnora, aucafc m ! AH Mesas. Nickel Plated aad arena I Kerosene Oil. SUN PASTE. m a oneK am-mani APPLIED AlOPOUSKOfniHAQiTsstT THE TKAYKLERS' GUIDK. pnrOAOO, miiD a PAmna v RaDuia. ' RaThray Tickets can be porrbseij or bar- gageeheckeist R I a f Twentieth street depot or OR lap depot soreer Pitta avenue aad tpmy-agai ssresjvaaa at. nanuner. Agent. TRAMS. Denvtr UaUtad A Ossaaa. ft. Worth, Denver . 0. tlUa. l.-CS am t4sa U:ilpa Minneapolis , ts:9aai tTri MSrSvlaai - sxsunt S:S0mn 430am tU):3bpni OssanaAI iu Wi. ' tOaaaaa Miunaapolla.11 Omaha A Dea avowee Xx. n.-SSsa lS:lSaa SAOaai e S:.1 in Donvar. Lhicoln a Ooaaha... - 4a tS.-ieaat tSKlOian . mi as aiianeapoita..... Df. ?V Worth a K.C.. !Sc,t7t- Joseph. Rork Island a Washington tCUcagoaUea UotnmT..... e A -.) aw tW:Spaa vsissam tldftnai ruwai tttlSaa wMwiMiQe?uin aoaosa. Bock UUnd a Brooklyn ae. Itr.ssaas I s.-u f:e0sa O An Hal. nm. n.aw m . All berrdaiir irpboL-1" Snpcay evenaf a Pnllmaa aleener win be at d'I? " I,l:. which will leave for Cblca fo St S:5B a.m. Monday. B TJRIJNGTon HOTJTK c B. a Q aATb- wsy Depot First avvnae sad BUUeath strstt.at.J.Toant.agat, TRaTJIS. I taava. St. U, 8pririge!d. Peoria. I i ' Bar. Qnia via MonnMUie j Mam t .-pa wwi, Dianuai, viinajn aw Dobonnn tTAaa't :pm Peoria, Beardetoam, Bbt- ttneton a West. St. Paul A Minneapolis Sterling. Clinton A Dnhuqw St. L , Kansas lty. penver a Psc feast ns Osleab'ic l-nnH1inu :Wpaif40as TS aspait S.-iSpsi T.-pss!saM palls'. tDaily except Bonday. rBI0AOO, MILWACKEB a ST. PACT. Bafliray Raerae SeoUweatsrs Srvbjtoa Depot Twentietk etrost, between first and Second avenues, U H. Greer. Arant. TRATHS. LaAva. annrva "'iI1i Express T:S0 am tpss ft.Paol Bxprass..... 4410 ran 11:80 am freight sad Aceoninicdat'B. s.-OO srn :80sss Dally except Bonday. Dock Islabtd a Peoria Bailwat I . De?2l rint Avanoe and Twsatletk street, K. L. Gog, aganu TRAINS. Lbavb Aaarva Kar4em t Tbe Trilby''. . 4tS am eio M nm Peons a BtLouU MaU Kx... ea:nSaai S:40 pa 5fI -iV 16 paj 11:1ft aai Peorfs Aeeom. Frelirht 7:inpm 4W sa Cable Accommodation....... SrtiO am S:0 pa Cable Acoianmndatlon...... S :40 am ISIn Cable Arcommodslloa :Mpa T aa Passenger trains I nam o.. R. r. A p ninih.. avenue) demt Svo ei ealnntea earl w tkaa given. Train, marked dally, all other trains dally except Honday. , DCRLIROTOR, CXDAR Bapids a foot af Bradn nortbrm Rail war. eiievK, AaTvnpon. Pass. Agent. Jas. Morloa, eea. Tkt a Dsvenport Trains. LaAva b4 :JaJ pm UT:uu i a bl0:a 1 bS 46 I Wast Liberty Tra.ns" tPorth. laoatb . bioftopa aS :15am fcV :10 am aia:S0pm -Ho. PrsUnU ht:40na' bll:a alS:4Spa bSMiaa a flail. hllUI MMM MM. --- tOolng Sooth and seat. Wo. II runs 1.1 Borth. Oeoar capias and Woat Uberty. NEW To the East via the R. I. & P. Lv DavrnDort 4 10 ami 4 M am IlOl SSSl OSl PASSENGER SERYICE lpa 140 pm lpa Perry Street depot Lv Hock Island OK 1 A PDevot LvKock leland. 4 ST am Twentietb a Depot ar reona TMam 11 ) am S nn pm Mpa ISSaa 1 48 am Ar BiOCMDiDgtOB.... IS am llTpm StSpm A r inllanapous ..... Ar LonlsvlIle..M... Ar Cincinnati....... Ar IlayUm... ........ Ar ffelnmboav....... Ar Jackeonrllla.. Ar bprlDitald...... Ar St Louis. Ar Lincoln... ...... ar lKjcatur ......... Ar Mat toon. Ar BvaaaTlUa.... Ar Decatur......... Ar Terrs Baute .... soopm SOnm lUpa 6t tan ! S OS bml Tsoam lOSSpal S IS am IS as am TSOam I0S6SB 760 nm 1 luaSam I lupml 1 CO am IHnsi (CSaa 4Saa u pia b iia ltsspia SIQa-s ttita 11 101 110 pa ssnnm tSpm TUOpm THROUGH CAR SERVICE ROOK IbXARD TO ST. LOUIS. Lines east of Peoria carry through coaches and sleeping cars on night trains to principle cities. R. STOCKHOUSE, Gen. Ticket Agent. John Volhc tfc Co, enTKEAL CONTRACTORS BOUSE BVTLJ3KFUL Manufacturers of 8sih, Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders ffattac, Phwr'ag, Wi Utk sues, est h aad HA avs sy at, r.aUaaSca, arsggist.