Newspaper Page Text
THE AKGUB, THUMB DAY, API.IL, 30, 1896.
for Infants and Children. Trntnr 7e.rV errvitioii of Caaterla -eHrfc ha pAtrvcafra af nliy art of yrM, permit v;a to )xalc of It aHlhont gaeaHna;. 1 H 1 CJata'aKvInTie.lily the tnat remedy for lafanta nnd Cliil Irgai tli a rcrlii haa ww twin. Tt i hartrtloaa. CaiMrea Ifho It. li avetieaaliMl th.I I JiriU aavo thrir Kvr. In tt SfotlrerB 1:T swaaatainj; wfc rciat la abaolatel eaf acJ practical 7 pyrfot ava cklld'e medietas Cartwria datroya Xffarat i CaetnHa allay Tr VfvH.hw. Ca.rVria rrreraat. vemtia;r SmrCtrl Ctrtwla ew ptaTrharaa ral WiaJ Coll. Cntorl reJ levee Te-etalatr, Tfoahlca. Cat aria c oraa Conartpatlor; and nAnI7io7. Caaerl neutral lace the a Facta of earhorin ncf-1 or p;IiopTna air. CmIht1 alnea wot eemffa movpatra, erprmn.ar other narcoHo fHiyji ty. Caatarl aa.lmflatee the) food, regulator the to:nacn a-oj potrela, Itfrlaa; teaJ'hr aad nataral al?ej. Ceatorln la pat p to o ra twttloe only. It la not anM In ptiTit. Pon't ai'yar aay ana ta aall yon rtcrthing el.e on th plaa it preaxurei hat tt la Jnt aa gadw and will mwci1 e?cry pnrpoae." Pea tbat yati Ca C-A-S-T-O-TW-A . Tka fac-aiaaUe efsnataro c: Children Cry for pMBBTapj-timMiKr Health U the Sunshine of Home. Have you got it? If not. consult Drs. Walsli & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chicago Mflipal Institute Permanently located ia Lmvavport, Iowa 'J. .J- ' i. - " "J UK. T. M. WALSH, foraerly Clinical Pronw.ot !a two Of Outage's leadlag atedlcal eclicM, i CONSULTATION FIEE. Srr.VOl'S 1F.UILITY Exhaustive draim. sleeplessness, threatened !n tilty, Kk oii nuxj, mraui CQ.tit.oat, or any other eondiUoo due to nervous exhtmtlon pnltiiijr cured. CATARRH -DjfijM-ris, Asthma, Kheumatisuj, Scrofula, Sirphilis, Blood K'.tf T, Llrr and Sklu diataM ui be ijaitkly and parmuwnllj cortd .y oor advanced i VAUIt'OCfcl.n Is the most active cauco o( nervous debility. Why tmitta o hri wtifn w g-:rnio yon t rtt-rmanaiit enm in atrea injn by ear rto.r UTilrov! can J lb itirve Sn) no pMu. WOMKN SufTorin from dineua pculiar to thoir sex ahould coniult m cui.l n.i. rM rint I'pw horwl, n-l wo mhn mb)a to euro oo. biirjrtcal oprntl -in :wrr,.r.atd t toar h.m If dolrrd. Abdomtna! ai.d braiu tuvicry a poeciait. 'li C'W'.IKN TIALS nml Tostirnonials are the Best The nnmr-rous ac- cu it Tiwlv, d froia ihr newipini fjr onr rurcarkahla rir e-l etc ! (.nir rnr1alve t.t oar lvnctd metiicjR ; lr.II. T'rrft..r,.J r. t v-li ttni y.nr rih 1 b.-rr ' a in 2. J . " "' ,K" '""'! Innr, but cwrt o at onco. Fsrtbrmore. we r ll.im to T'r t,n :r nr c :.ntil fs. ft ti.ike t an object (wr sua to lufea tiailaauns Noot-r pvcUJ..:-. cr .. vncta a fair pruou:on. (M.Y CUKAiq.K I'fM caro.it tU,wrlfci. Uurtds eu.-cd bjr nMI. lloar to li. ta S, T ta 1. Saxdayn UKHCF-121 W. Third St.. MrCoJionh, Bnildtn. Pavenport. Iowa. DAVIS COMPANY HBATMJ AMD J a jLt . -i'l jH& every woman "'':'"'"vW'T,iatnJalIriiJ!efD. Only bvmUaj ft, i iJBrtiri.gbi.4daatttea. 11 you aat tha Us ft Cr- saS's Pennyroyal Pillo l - lev tt ar roon. t. 'e cY crr.!n In rcriit. Tb orsvlnafDr fcr t'.a t Harper Urnae Pharmacy. Eock Iland.lU. JOHN KOITOSSY, Carpenter and Builder, Off ICE. KO: USl SIXTli AVENUE. Shop on Vint stieot, S0C3 ISLAffDi i an avary wrapper. Pitcher's Casiorla .a a. w kj-agTir?vra3'SgB'yBg DB. J. E. KALS3. Lftt f t ChlCftffO. fornuirt anrvtAA.tnJttur a treat 1 Dlulew rare In both rure vrtera ll ciiri rxiirrv. hot owilt ue at oce ard rc-cn tii.w... that you on be cured. Hv van nM-d CASICS TAKF.N'- TKinLAtiaa kxsimzxss. If You Want a Warm House, Warm all over. Warm all the time, Not too hot in mild weather, Use the Capitol Hot Water Or Hecla Steam Heater. : Thirty Capitol Heaters In use In Rock Island. Offices la ROCK ISLAND and MOLISK TOWN IS N0-3I0RE. Cripple Creek Is at This Writing Nothing but a Site. ITEE-SWIPT rOS A SECOSD TIME. The Flames Add a Death and Casually j Roll to the Other Devastation. he Poarl Bryan warder trial. The de k j tense raived the usual custom in such Oita Kilted by an Exploaiaa and a Score Injurrd, Some, t'crhap. Fatally Dyna mite Again Resorted ta ia rightine the Flrr, bat Wltiioat Avail One of the IxMere TelU the State lnurance Cotninu iofier That i:oth l ire Were Iaceadiary Another Killioa in Ashee. CKIFPLB CtlZZK, April 30 Thia plaro has agjin been the sport tit t!i ilnnics and at this writing the fire has burned itself oat and there is not a huiltline left st.inilinjj in tho business section ol tho city; only a few residences on the out skirts remain, nnd thousands are houie-It-ss. But this latest Llnzs has the addi tional horror of loss of life, ono person being known to hare perished whiia rjc.iriy a sot.ro have been wuuuuod, some perhnp r-ififlly. The fire, was fanned by a high wind and it was r.lmosc impossible to keep nhmjiof it wit b tho work f blowing lip builUiri7. Ijiileed. as f;ist r.s tho' build inss worn rcuaifd to inters they were liroU by tho advancing llnmes. Origin Pnrilj aa Accident. The orijrin of tha Hro nppears to hare been purely nccui m.UiI. tli -ugh the gen eral belief is that Tt was iScondinry. There h:u been talk rrcditki Saturday's fire to 8u-u nn origin, and this one coining so closo upm it gives rise to suspiclnn. The facts appear to discredit tho suspicion. Frank Aiijifl, the I'ortl.;i(d chef, cannot lie found. It is r.-ported that a pan nf grcts'j on tho ra:i?o liluzel np r.nd caat;ht tliu greaKe-sonUeil boards ut tho bade Tuo entire si Jo e-f tho wall vras ablazj in an instant. Lome FUliinatcil at a Million, Iicssio Iv.lley, no of til-- waitresses, saj-s she had gt?no into tho kitHiea for nn order at lunch time. She saw llamas run ning up tlii wall, and believes they caino froiu outside tho building, apparently from tho Chicago care adjoining, she ruhfd from the kitchen to the oflie cry ing "fire." Tho oilier occupants of tho Litdr.'n had not nnJceu tho liotiff to bu on Cre. Oi;e million dollars seems a large uir.ount to iucribo to a loss in a hur riedly and cheaply built luluing camp, but tlu ro can bu no (jues'ion but tiiat yes terda's l..s-i w ill more than ntaeh these figure. Tho insurance loss of $l.i!5.t(0 on tSatirday llllls have reached fully flVJ.OOi yesrerday. Kvery insurance otiico in town is bsirneJ and ligure con:it lie obtained. Two Hxulosiotis That Were Iika4ll3. Hiiildiiigs iu utivanco of the fire were Mown up iu n fot.U- ntrempt to ciierk its KptH-d. All about tho bunting blocks tho strre'a were jammed. Charges of fifty noticds and more f powder were put in. Ono explosion threw dVbris high into tho air uuil its faifiiig felled men right aid left. v"he.n tlio smoke cleared aw.iv tho street1 were covered with men unalao to rise. Others rushivl to their assistance. Before the unfortunates could Ihj i?r.g ed back a second chargo went fft" nnd halt a dozeu n'.her men were stilled to tito list.. The crowd surged forward nn 1 all wero takcn.awny its iho Sanies began to con sume tiio building. Tho Ust rf the Head and Wounded. George Grillih's h:nl was biown nearly off and ho durd in haif an hour. Tho others, Willie seriously hurt, may all re cover, 'ihuso injured are: tioorcu Youngstron, Georgetown, head and face cut, badiy crip.tusej; A. K. Illnklejr, tut on faot; livirg Laydei, Georgetown, hand broi'en nn I l.iecratotl. head and f.n-p'hnuly cut ; K. H." Hr.ulwny, X'bras!;.i City, head, faio nnd hands badly cut; C. lliigsdnle, Washington. Jnd , skull btdly fractured and left l"g broken; H. li. Ord way, iiiTiv :ie; Chariot MrCann, actor, bad fracture over left rye; J. r. Creiger, Aspen, head ami iiieo badiy cut, liands injiin-d; T. n. Ceurher, Kan fas City, head badly cut; J. Y. lrneh, l-ovelun:l. Cola, nr;it blown utT; C. Staten, AsjH-n, Seriously bruicd; John K. Kne. druggist, arm broken; Larry Maroney, slightly inircti; K 11. r-i.:itli, superintendent waterworks, face injure j; J lieketison, carjienter, slight ly injured; Willis Walker, mining cn gimxT, serniulv injured: L;w Cochrane, arm broken; John Kvans. cue on face and head; Chris C ffmcr, lireman seycrcly in Jgred; Captain Tom Vewell, Denver, leg fractured. A4X TDK WOKK OF 1NCKNDI AKIE8. Cripple Creek Man etntes Alleged Facta Which Look That Way. Dfsvek, April 8J. T. J. Moynahan, owner of the 1'ortland hotel in which the fir5 at Cripple Creek yesterday started, called ut the ofliocof Superintendent W: 1 pole. nf the state insurance department in this city, ami made a statement which iu the light of yesterday's eventa is regarded as tending to siiuw that tiio lire was of incendiary origin. Moynahan stated that iS.OtO insurance was carried oS1 one-half of the furniture, and that tho furniture had cost but fo ). Moynahatn came to Denyer to have the insarance cancelled. He says that an attempt vras mado to burn the h'.Jei last Saturday. The lcaro cftlj"hotl to Benjamin Brewer expires l::y 1. The hotel cost Muynahan Si SJ(i and the insurance carried on the building was t-' O.O Wnlpolo is In.-estigating the charges. Moynahan stated that he had called on tho l'mdcrwritcr' association and made slinf .tr stateaients to thou made at tho insiiTjnci commissioner's ofUe. He bo ljevcd t hat the Arc was set by some ono in the hotel. In responso to a call from Crip pic Creek for assistance, received while the lire was still raging, arrangements were made to run a special from this city carry ing firemen, policemen, fire apparatus and tents and other supplies for tha stricken people. President t-tcele, of tha chamber of comrnerar-. has received the following messafri from Cripple Creek: "Thousands of our people are homeless tonight. Can ynu iiaTd tents sent us? We have enough bedding. The lire burned itself out. We have no use for firemen or policemen." Accordingly all tiic tents and cooking (utensils at the sVue armory wero pro cured and sent to Crip;iie Creek on last night' train. W. A. Hoover and Secre tary Jackson, of the chamher cf com were dispatched to tha camp as a eauuuittea to aceertala the Mada of ta prople In this emflrartwr, Jinny rmsinass men of Denrer also lets for Cripnlo Creek last night-snpplied Trit! f txnda and pre- "wlru m amtjiorate me uisirusa cxisiiDg among the homolcss pcoplo. PROSECUTION CLOSES ITS CASE. Defenaa to rjegia Today in the Cele fcratad Soott Jaduoa Case. Xewpokt, Ky., April SA At a quarter j past four yesterday afternoon the com- in on wealth announced that it closed in j cases In Kentucky courts of stating to the Jury want tt proposed to snow, a ho court tuurcupon was a.ljaurnoi for the day. Attorney Crawford for tho defense Stys ho will hr,vj about forty-five witnesses end about twenty-Qve depositions to offer. This, vfUJi th j arguments, will carry the jnse into next week. The prosocuf iou has examined seventy-three wituesses and oc cupied eight days, rucluding one day in securing a jury. Tho conduct of tho de fease raises expectations th'it it has soma surprises in suire. The most startling testimony given yes terday was by Airs. Jseifhcrs, who sworo the saw Jackjnn and Walling on an un frequented roal near Newport the road aver whi-h tiro cab dxiver Jackson swore he drove tho cab on tho moruing after the murder. .Mrs. Alice Stctfel swore sho he trd a onc-horso vehicle driving rapidly along the same read the night of the mur der. Dot L?rncr, son of John W. Legner. at whoso saioon fccoct JacSson loft Pearl Bryan's valise oi Saturday night, Feu. ), towiv ic away ou Feb. 2. and returned it and le;t it awhile on Monday, the Bl sid he hnndlil the valise on Sunday moruicg and it was quite hc.ivV; that he lumalel It ou Monday again and it was very light. Tho inference eff thu coiiinuiuwoulth is that on Sunday it contained the head, and tuat on Sunday night Jackson took it n.vay to dispose cf the head and returned it empty on Monday. The l.tst witness and the one who was kept on the stand longest was Colonel Phil lJcitsrh, superintendent of tho Cin cinnati police, 'liis testimony was con tcstei at every point and niu. h of it was ruled cut as inadmissible. What was nc ciptud as cbtnpeteiit has all lx?sn included in the story t tho case during the week following tho murder of Pearl Bryan. The court excluded everything of this testimony as to whut Walling said in tho presence of Jackson, which Jackson did not admit. That excluded all testimony of this class by Mayor Caldwell us wel1 as by Colonel Dcitsch. TELLER ANNOUNCES HIS STAND. no Will Holt the Republican If They Indorse the UolU Standard. Washington, April oX Two notable speeches by Teller nivd Sherman repre senting opposing elements on the finan cial question were heard in tho senate yesterday. Teller nadressed himself par ticularly to tho Ohio senator, controvert ing tho views held by him nnd maintain ing that no honest cftort had boon made in tho present emigres to pass a tarilf bill. Tho senator referred iu passing to th,; McKinley candidacy, saying' that tho inotto of "advance agent of prosi:rity" was delusive, as no prosperity could como rmtil fin.mcird comlitions rei:n reformed. The t".ii!iax of TelUr's speech was reached w hen ha announced that he wouid vote as ho spoke, and that he mid bot hSsitjaj to separate himself front tha great party to which he had bacn allied for forty years if it announced (or the gold standard. Sherman replied to Teller, arguing against a SJ-ccnt silver dollar and an nouncing that the t: mo had conro for a decisive opinion from the people. He ap pealed tho case, he said, to the tribunal of th American pcoplo at the coming election. Marquette's Statue Accepted. WasiiiXoto.v, April SJ. Tuo senate adopted a resolution accepting tiio Stat no of I'ero Marquette, about wiiiih there has lon so much opposition. Palmar of Illinois. Mitchell of Wisconsin, nnd Vilas sjiokc in favor of the resolution nnd there was no reposition. Tho navtd appropria tion was tatam tip, but nearly the wholo time of the sesdon was used hy sieeches h? Toller and Sherman on tlie silver'quos TVller declurtnl that if tho liepublicivti party adiyited a gold platform ot St. Lotus ho would leavo it. Stewart raaJo another silver speech. Tiio house spent tho day in further dis cussion of the bankrupt bill, but no ac tion was taken. During the debate D.k-L-ery'said that tho appropriations this si-ssion, including contracts, would reach Marriage nt Mis. Florerrce fullraaa. CTlICAOO, April 3J. The marriage of Mis Florence Pullman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Pullman, to Mr. Frank Orren Lowdon, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Ijowden. of Huhband, la., was solemnized last evening at 8 o'clock at the residence of the brido's parents in Prairio avenue, in the presence of about rela tives and intimate friends. It was a notable society eVcnt, Mine Driver, on a Strike. riTTsBUUG, April 30 A strike of drivers has cause! a suspension of fivo largo mines in the Toms Kun district, ne:rr Carnegie. XiitCmre thau forty men quit work because their denyind for an ad vance in wages was refused, bu' thry have thrtJwn about 7i disrger idle. The str.ke ij not sanctioned by tho miners' district officers, ond cve.-y clloi is being made bj them to effect a settlement. Another Venezuela War Sensation. Kew Yokk, Anrii 3J. A dispatch to Tho Work! from Kingston, Jamaica, says: The Britislt intend to force a passage .f the Orinoco river, Trinidad aA icus reimrt. Vcneznela is determined to r sis', if the attempt is lnado, and has r.-inIorced the garrison of the fort at the river's mouth." Pro-p ct r a Street Railway Strike. MlLWACKtE; April 3J The employes of the Milwaukee electric railway have mad) a demand for aa increase in wages to i!l cents per hour. A stiiki is aid be iinprobaoie. although some of tue,mcn are reported tj strongly favor heroic measurrf. Hay City Man Paand Dead. CrsCTSSATl. April 3X Tho body of Alexander Kaopfel, a prominent mer chant of Bay City, Mich., was found dead tu tha Ohio river near this city lust even ing. Tho body was identified by pa?era found on it. Seoree League DUraniia. CHICAGO. April 3J. League clubs re port the following scores at baseball: At Pittsburg OUsVoianJ 2 Pittsharj ; at Philadelphia New York 6, Phiile!phis 13; at Brooklyn Washtngtou 0, Brojk- CYCLONE !N SOUTH DAKOTA. j Fpiphany Blowa Entirety Away Thiny , l'aople Hart. Three Fatally. St. PAUL, April 3 1 A Mitchell, & D., special to The Dispatch gives p ;r:icul irs of Monty's cy.clona Iu that s ate. At Epiphany tho latest reported victims who cannot recover are fiev. Will Kroegr-r.-the prhvsr, and Mrs. Gsbson, also Mrs. Golzer. Not a building was UJt stauuing. No estimnte of iho damage to crops, live sttH-k and property has been given, but il is k:i arm to be large. Tho storm was hoadei for MadUon, but on Us nsrival there hd siwnt its fury nnd thV dattiaiao was Light The number of people injured is mantly crowing and Till prob- oCly reach thirty. - Two Msre Miner. Killed. IsnPEMixti, Mich., April 30. Joseph Harrington and Peter Curdew, miners, we.re caught and instantly killed by fall ing ground at the Lake Superior Iron company's section 21 uiino yesterday Both were married and leave families. THE MARKETS. Kew Yirk Vinanniab New Toa;t, AnrH iloney oa cn'.l c.ny at 2.t per cent.; pr.m ni ivSiftcla 4'j'.'i p,er c;iit.: sN-rnni; ex-tnj Una, wua ntrtn'U has: nesj in iminTi bin j e!;j. l;sl fir de Blal nl i?M tr sii.v dty. pot.l rstm, Sj unU 4S.:., vf)J. comuieroiil bills, 4S7. . Mlvcr ortiacatei, (i'jtli'ii; no siloj; bar silver. tW; Mfx:can dollilr. ;4, firra. Uiiited M.tte coveraia.-at bad4 stadv; new r.rgisrere.L 1 1 r4 : do eoup -i:s, llsT-i: i s r-v'ister-1. 1 y. 5 s cuuimns, H:?4: I'l iwtut Tjl I'fi: I s 1jj-4: is rejtterjl. si; Hrteifle i: Mi. 1 II 'J. Chicago Grain and Trorluee. CniCA io. Apr.l '-'ft The foli'iwinj wra frn qnoj itio n o-i ta Board of Tra l. tiay: VU a: A-nl. tiiene." cloil Hl4j; al ty, i;i.Mi:'t 0--'6:t ciod C2.:. Jniy. openej Ctf Jp. ciosai . rn Apr I. nom'iTil. eloel iu; MV. o;enis 2uc. closed 2':4; July. ou.-aol .-.0"V cio-et ifVa. Oj.n Ayr 1." nominal, elo-el 18!-; May openol IV fr. co5.l rV; July. oH.ie I llt-ai eloso.l m';v 1'oric Ai.nl. oiH'iiei !S.t. ( I.nel b.U.i: JI iy. tin-l Sb 1T, clo;i S-iOi. L'irt A;ini, oin-md t 77 el i.rl 4 07',; May. opened ti.tSi 'j, closed &4.G7f . lro:ino: Uutt.T Kxtraramprr. 14Te per lh.; eTtradiiry lj.a-.iiie: Ifeih pies naitork. i. r.KiS r'resii t:k. ita.i i pf? doj. Live i'oaltry Tarki- 5to pr Hi ; ciu.-Jtens, li-in. 8 j-: rji5.-ri, oitV j-:;duiiti, ifctiriOa; gLee. ti.U.f J p rr dot I'otatoes Lurou.kv 17-tjj! p-r lo.: irux'L 1I'15--. Sweet patatiTi JlOj iiOipr h 1 Apii;s Kair to" faa?y. Jj)w!Jj p.-r bhl. Cran berries Jersey.s. ".,-ftyoJ per bbl. Honey Wiute c.ovrr. 1-, a, .J j per 1'J. ; brokja comu. V CliM; extract ivte. Chicago Live Stock. iTiiCAao, April 2. Live Stifle "Vi-n at tat Uaiia Stn't Yards to. lay ran?pa ns fltowj: H jrs inti mated receipts -tr thj day. 3t.5)j; sale range! at tJ.tO it3.7j pi n. ti ;IJ c, i t-a litthT, ti.lJ'tbJ.j rouh paccinr. J 3i-tdJ mixe-l and $a.3;$tjj heivy palti aui shipping lots. O.ittli ;F,timateI r.-cipii tfir th- dav. 17,'JOJ; tiitari'in4 ranerid a" ia-Si-tr." cliicn to wxtr .hiptmi-t htner, $'.(.0 KftJ.' Rat t cJi iice a, i 4j tl SJ fx.c t gol. -0-j!5) comiuoii to medium lo., Xj1jru,trij bulcuers stevr. ?J.J.'t$15J stitir. 3.2j.-nl75 feeaer, ?lonu.;i 7i cows i4Bgii"J ho.furj. t'JOxti.ji balls. a lol Txiai Kteers, and J0Ji$i;j veal calves. Tne I.oeat Market, aaauv aro. 03ra e. tl.ui lS'tjlJCc. Hbv M'ttboiiij, 19; Tipland, ttWi; wtli. rin:; sioiuta, t7$S; baled. fag)lS.ao; anllct. vx rrABi.1. Potatoes-is-, raoDccx to ckolee, lSe; Bntter Fair frc-h eream- err. sole Erv. Fre.h. 9c thicker.. ?c. Turkoys Sc. Geef 7c, Uocka 8c. UTI BTOOa. Cattle Bntckcre jt for com fed etcera S-SSCiCOwa ant! huiicig, SicCSSc; calves, 8i-ei)4c. iioire 3(t;3!4e. Sheep a He. 8-rUig laaib-ti.saOM a bead. rvL. Cosl 80ft, l(lc. I Supplying j A W 5? A -M Brass Band 1 Is one of tho most diflietilt tilings the campaign malingers had to contend with during the Presidential cam paign. The demand is greater than the supply. Can yon get a band to gether in your tow n'.' If so, it will .ay you to do so. Onr little booklet, "JIow to Organize," will tell you how to do it John C. Hay lies Co., IJept. 17, iioston. Itlass. VITAL-iS -"Bw rHOTK-fjArfira TTLfa? aj rr THE NEW : Lira. FRENCH REMEDY. aSfeia- '-ft. ,1 i " l'r I Trie ABOVE RESUU?JflOft Itey. It n ii let I v mn-1 t,urly . I mrh Tim-- nur.g iiaufu-v anu alj i-trVcm of sflf-armiM cr x-n fttttt inl:srr-iitn. Vjk.rri lys( Vimli'Y. puwer and 1-Alitor; Mernory. Wai1 vtT Ia-mnl;y ami conmitiipTiriit. Otrn 0 jaUoitierMrall. JiiF. it oa hart t k IT A lis. nnrtrher. Cm tjcrr1d in t1 VHt IiX-a.fi, Iy mBil $I.4U par pMCkut;: Hfx f'rJ.,r.O wliU a cuirui.i4 to ( are or aficf tuitl the Muury. iri'ulnr Tree. Addr CALUMET MEDICINE ca, CHICAGO. ILL ror sale by Mph!l A Fisher and liara A Ulieaeyer. 1: uugisU. M. M. BRIGGS, Real Estate, tarance. Loans AND HOUSES TO KENT. Office 1608 Second Aye., Book Ialaad. Bare oa hand 40 lots ta Sooth Book Ialaad ea eae; tcrs ; jast osuide toe city limit.; goad wikU;r; tow taxee, ana cheap iaiu ranee. Ten iota en Thirty-eHrhia stieet t&d Fmaaath aveaaa. a aaaDrar fascas ax fiuaaiif ia aa euy lot v.ni..w intSIMT. a3LYZ CAKE 3 FOR GENERAL. BLACKING Am irn m-i PQUSIiED WITH A BRUSH Sold by Henry Dart's Sons, A Woman's Yoath. Health and lRpiiisstnoorieii vanish with girlhood, unless . When docs the lili&ht come? Too ofter. when the boon rf muthrrhood should t n hnrcc lilV's hix nlncss. Vhcn haUy rimr, h-:iith !rpartc1" niatiy n wom.in'a cxiK-r-ietHT. lut thmiAamls wlm have! h lie red ibr.t the vifpor. cn-r,rv and jy tf henlth were tz n.s lorcver.have been r.joicvt. ns this one. "For j fifteen vcar I ' v tr-S b-n li ftl it ted with intlnruiiialtoii rtleer ation and cnl:ure nunt ot ttte rten:. Hi tzh t ph y jtician have fnilcd to re lieve. Last M:iy a specialist kaid I was a tttl wreck-no help lor me. lleum elof ildIivc.-vn.I Myrtle Tonic. Two IKicknKCS have ci'W rn mk." MRS. T.J. WOtH.EI KiU. r.en eva, N. Y. This bntoncof the ttiott sjnds that hare mm- been en red hy these rcmcd;es. Wild Oliv is n hcal treatment. It will ulonecnrea n;a jir:tyof these cases. Mvrtle Tonic rapidly i nilds np thr jreneral health and Ftrencthen the nerronpt system. These comhiuatitn rem edies are the niot fonimon-u treatment Tt:aic. Ciina are tpiiefcer than by nn? other mettiod and permanent. I'liysician's tre;tt tucut ia expensive, dsa:reeahit , UHunlly iiKM ceiiip.l. Cure vunrsclf i:iicl;ly nt home' '1 !-(. remt-fliea aret. each. Sphm-Kk und a helpii.i treat i-.e. FRKH. VICTOR MlilUCAI. SJUCIATIOX. South lAud, Indiaau. M. J. Sabokrt, Agent, US Thirty-9ere!h TweiftL are. Rock IIaud Wolimaii sSd. We are showing: our Usual line of fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Silverware. Fred Woltman, Jeweler, Reliable Goods at Bock-Uottora Prices. 1803 SECOND AYEMJ. Wat(at Itaa,. iiviafe AU Braaa, Mlc)rel Plated and B' ITemeoe Cil. The Pathlight A beautiful, theroagbly made ea an.Ir finished Bicycle Laaaav rait aa Bcvrlnttaa nrnnf ia a ia a laril tea an. u e a. 1 i-rrrr.rji,"? the place a TERsnr ma. co Btlhs nt all kinds, inoladlcg Turkish, plain, shampoo, else, trio, electro-thermal, ete., may be obtained at the Sanitarian L'ath Kooras. on tie first floor of tha Harper House. BOOMS OPEN. Fcr Lidios from a. m. to 13 m. on week days For Gan tlerten From 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. on week days On Snudojs the rooms will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. ra. for Gentlemen oclr. Electric and Electro-tbermal baths tanj be obtained at any time during business hoars. Grransfclura eucneeted with ball room. uoerr manhood- - taaUy. Quickly and Permanently EcaterasV CcixaaATzo Zsauza Ssatcsr ftcarr.tre to er.ro ar.y 2I tm.:i.fj op ntij nbnrder 1 CbC - t Ke gucUal err au cf L est Otl.tc) i CKll'TtiAraa t,T inclch'Sfc tiC !lratn. tV.oroU.am, V ak fnlneM. lK-v)c. X.otal iVpreu.r. tijtenirgcf t!re If.n. Umoir. 1 -ni llovn l-.ui. retinal TAitkvrvt. lam '4 l-rmvr ar;4 FrepocnrT. w tch if ir-fffVflt, lr7 Jo T-reaiataTe iM eae end lnwiit;. rurerrelr caraaiecsl. lYiea.(l.nnabox:eV1v forfjoa. Kent or irjil 03 rererpiof prioa-A Tfnua riruiaabmued aabeverv teorJeTrareiTed. reitna tLe u-cjwt if a TyeremAeol enra m auS 2USTXA HZDICESJi CO. DtXrolt, Kida. aid ay M. T. mhnwa. eraglst. Bosk Ialaad tana. e..r 'i.. 1 wNih nr. s n mm J8& LUSfLESS U?MZYA5'J SUM PASTE FOR A O'JICK AFTCS-DINNER iijnc AFPUED AND P0USHEOW1TH ACJ.0TKT Korsa Uros. Prcci.Coraon.Mass.USLV Wholesale Crocors, Rock Island THE TKAVKI.EB3' GUIDK. pCrOAOO, BOCK ISLAM D TAOIJIO Kr.ilwr.y-Tretcn b pnrr-iej or hav R.lfc cbecked it h ltr Twcnticit stroel or C R I A P depot to-rcr rifts avenue cad 1". trty-rt wreetJVfcrJt R. Plaauaar, AcU TKAl.SS. a.T Waar. ?t. Vena, hitwr a.. C. U 4 VI stai't; an aticr.o-r..i-a u :4,ia, a "th it a A IV- Noinea T-aJ tOmbha A Minr-uniioila tl :J jr,i 4 :r Umsrn. l)- u.u.. 2r... 7 .-j) anr) 10 tOmaha .iniM-,-..ll Kx.. IJrlS aralt 4 Ura'rr. 1 iiic.ii, A Omaha. ..I 2:W amit 1 S aia Wl-ra in am ruraui 1 annneapui.... 6:.'iarit Ilanivar, Ft. Worth A o.. ( 4:Wjtil-l:l '4apm JW..MMIT--. .oarph. 1l t Am ICbleiuro A i,-. Votve. J 1 4nm!t T i0S:')"',14's,UKrt aom..l taopai t T 6 pat :.S9 ata .- -i rooi.yn ... . a.linui It I .40 ua . ArT1v&1- trxpsrtnr.. J.liy.exorctStujdcv. !1 ot r. 4aliT. Til.-Lbrai I A. run.a-vrn'r.r. a FiiiiiBi.il .'netirr atU be at KO .t 2:!s a . m. Monday. LltKIJjIriTvrt ROtTTa-c., B. o. ha-1 -" sJ.1ip,, t-rti "euoe acd atrwt!l vtroet, M. J. louiyi, a4,'eat, THalKS. r iav. j .naiva. M. L., ITll.i , 'a, Frorifc,! 'i I ' 11 r cm;,. Unn....i. . ,At - - - 1 . " ivu .ia 1 ran iai co. Slerang, Ciiuton ; r Dsbo4oe.... . 7 ;.ra f S Cpra '!J""n'i t r:Trattl-nrara St. VhuI it Mini.esi-o-ia ; :36 fta 1:50 a Steriii p. 1 liutou A Lubnnti a:36 l-ji tStt Dm St. l..K.ii-M itv. 1 .!,;,,! r 1 v aVFar. t east viaUaicb'ti; S5 !: a -a Dallr. flU!!. except Suudny. Qdiuaqo, tiwvm a;T. rAat, H5iWr,y-Hr!pe ) Bantbweerti vttlon -iVjurt Taint-.eta trrt. btiw-cn Fliat aid Second avoi.cvs, U B. f.rwi, Ain-ot. TRArsfi. .' I aarva ata-.l and Kvprcne Bt.Fanl Kr-.-reM Treiht ami Acer-arcf.at'p l:Kf anil e.aipra -m pm ll-im RsM) am: v :i.m m Daily excit Saniisy. Dock Island raoatA Uailwat t PL'1 riT'- Avciiae aud TveaUaUt street. TUA1N-. Eru.in iia. -Tte Tit:, - f ,-or.aa blLoui. HaU fcl fxree le-iiin Acoia. Fret;hl.... (able Acrunuoouaui-n tta'.ie AxMurj;(M:.t!'n.... table AfcomincsUO a ... I I.Mva 11. iv a I am! ti.J5 pra a-o pra II :i aia S : aia b:V) pra Srif pa I jU ia I am 1:45 pit. :li 1141 6:tO ax B :) am 8 :'49 I'm I'aaiwcer tmiTia loava O., K. I A P. av-auej d- iiat ere r5) Biinow. eariior 1 (M'Ulr.e ban time - ' - ... . luuir wli. UBUT, BU daily excffit tiand.y. gURLINOTOX. CaDAR UAPIDS NoPh-ra haUwny. d-pot fu of nrad trtwt, I'nvunport. Jaa. llorton, u.b. IVl faa. AtttnU PavotiTiert Train.. rroiptit LaVa ARarva t4 :.15 puilhru:ii a-a nh 1)111 i !-t r-o 45 l- Weal LUtetly Trame JS ir'.i,. 4uoth . Ii7:10iia il;0:fr-.m Papn,-T. - No. ." rn'.ulii. aH'ifci pa 1 aS:t::ia !r-7r-t!.:a roll:- ai hs-i.-a bS:3 u.a t!9 Vi m a Itailv. buany except Aanoay. fioine n'r. tno'tie o-ith e-l nut. ho. IS rui.. botwaaa Cedar 2-vp'oa and Wen Llbeity. NPvW To the East via the R. I. & P. Lv IMm-nnort Terry Hm-tt dtipot Lv Fcr. l'and...... I HU i' ixpot Lv Kork ll.nd Twrnileih m D.l.pt Ar Pia A. Ar Hlotniui,toa....,4. Ar lr,iiiiT.:.noli ...... Ar Ixiulr-villc...... .... Ar t'lnrir.Tiatl.. ........ Ar 1 1) t4.ru. ........... Ar tvd,airiui.. ........ Ar J v. i!..... . Ar f'priortela.. ....... Ar St in! Ar Liraola............ Ar 1), c.tur.......... . Ar Mittooi Ar Kviirv'.:!e. . ........ A r Torre llaute 410 PASSENGESSERYICE T 10 am liBpaa 8 00 am itOpra SOesa 145pa 11 30 aat t Of) pet 1 17 pro i f?rra S IS fa : a. I T4tam 1 08 pra 7 t'l an ::)) pa e !ai t1'. tMiin 7 Viimj a irua tr.-.; a'. pm 7 H j-. 0 ..-a S !! p ii a M -I 11 i-ni . V V-1 C 4 j pm ) " p-l ; 1 n a.a t Sam tnaiD is am -' 4t pa S 8'i pm t (H pm l'Jpn UV UK, 10 tb am It) Mara It in '"Til r 1? .It PB a lupv. THROUGH CAR SEX VICE Lines east of Tooria ean-7 tbtoah coaches and sleeping cars ou -U''1 trains to principle cities. R, STOCKHOUUE, Gen. Tioiet trent. BOCK ISLAND TO ST. LWIS. oil II Volic A; Co, SaiiAX CONTRACTORS HOUoE BUn.DTaKB. Manofactnrers of Saab. Doors and Blinds, And all kinds of Woodwork for Builders Siobs, laarlaB, 1 lk strast. aattaaasstk ess