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ron Araua Friday, iiaiics 13,
Castoria Is Dr. Samnel Pitcher's prescription for Infanta
and Children. It contains neither Opiam, Morphine nor
other Jfarcotlc substance. It Is n harmless sahstitnta
for Parcyorlc, Drops, Soothing Syrnj,, and Castor OIL
It Is Pleanant. Its crnarantoe Is thirty years uso hj
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
fcTcrishncss. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Curd,
cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas
toria Is the Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
Castnrla la aa naUat Dv-dlclns foe eb3
4m. If thenhata repeatedly told ma of ita
good effect upea their children.
Da. a. C Osoooo,
.. ' UmU,1Um.
" raatnrla la Ore bM re.na.ljr for chrtdma of
hick I am acquainted. 1 bop- tUo day is not
far distant wbn mothers .illcirtwj'Ier tbc renl
latrrvst nf Uwir chill nn, aad use Castoria in
stead of tlmTarloQtqnock nustrmrrsahioh ara
bVstmying IhWr lored mm, by forrln; opium,
mnrptuna, soothing syrup ami other hurtful
1 agitata down their throats, tUcrel.y sendius
tasta to prematura craves."
Da. J. T. Krornixoa,
Tka Contaar Conpuy, 17 Murray S tract, Iiew Tork City.
C J. IL lim'jf.trn. Maiwhai.i.thws, Iowa, writes: January SI, 181H5. "It
A la with icrent p riwiira that 1 rw-muieml Ir. Kay's Kimovatur, especially for
7a what Vim rlalm fiir it. a fviitpilvffir wnm nut lniiiMs iiiimi. I tinvp hml Ttits-n Wjr
ai i.AN'ii in rrr.t.lM. In my litulia over
but pf.ivp It np an I wan itrnwine wre. 1
Sr Skill w I tun. Mallra.!. mm fra,i Ih.l
(y Kay'a iUnovaU.r will remove tliat tirel and languid feeling, usually called uprinif
f fi-ver. ami almli treasure it a. a liouM'liold panacea and reoniumend it to all af-
Uh to I Willi tliat uialaity." The many curvs witliout a failure, attest Uie fact that g
nra kav'c; rpmovatorq
la a poUive cure f.r tint wwnt cans of
wv ni t' 1 1 1' j uimLwn mini nn ifu ilil uiiniu uiMWini, timuuPursNS uvDpvieidlujr,
fi'lnale linM1.4. fli. Attiiuthik nr win II ! vnlnltln az it ivtinvufi. ami a
Invlif urate tlm wliole nj.iteni and purifies
and viit'ir to tlwi wl.oie Unly. The very
f un r.vfj id uikh. i r has two to men
r n?irs frLLiMi rn i.vr. rmrr. SH
'JT It Is worth !.', If they could not p-t amdl"r: sent free from our Western uflice, jf
) in. 11. J. Kay Mtiliral eonipoiiy, 6.k) S. Sixteenth street, Uuiaha, Neb. Jv
COOSdSSSSSS SOLD BY sssoooooooo
T. H. THOMAS.
Health is the Sunshine of
it? If not,
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of tha Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located in tftrvanport, Iowa.
fV;" " i
DR. X. M. WALSH,
ranaarly CllnVal rioiiaoi la two of Chicago's
teadlaf Badical collaiot.
NERVOUS DKniUTY Esbaostire
mii" t. wea rnnnwj, mrauu w:uuu,w
pott!V' Ij tnnd,
CATARK II Dyspepsia. Asthma. Rbeumatiru. Scrofala. Srphilis. Blood,
K ne. . Ll'ar and Skio diseases caa b quickly aad paraaaaBily cared by our advanced sys-
i.w oi nraiciH
V AKICOCKLK Is tba most active canso of nervous debility. Why treat
BMMith will hrmlm wii iratran'M ya
Mauur urimrn idcv n wn ou paia.
WOMES nfferioe from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ns
w. hvr rand m raw. ff'.c. up soivlts. ai mar h. '' to eua yoa. Sarficil
vv-rmii frr-vi.it n finir .. ii vvinw
OUR CKF.DES HALS and Testimonial
kaowielgviu.al. kv irwlul from the atrppr. f jr uar r.ruarkah's Care, la bnih
a '! klii ill cl c-t i. BTN-rf cuSCuirlv. 'iSaI cor .dianred arstnada ram mhrrm ail
oth.r .11. TvrkftMe, do rnt ..! lima .ith o'Scm. bat cuaa.t ua at otct and rca a
? u kti'th. 1r I. a waea m aT drj.im ihm ynu ttsbt ca'ed. Hava yoa vaSMil
i-m i.r r If ant, do ' sjprriracai .a. 'ov-r. ut r a t a. at one. Fonlxnnore.
rS.ril.ii to on. aTrrvtpa'narerori.nM.I. fS We ai Ae n aa object tot yoa to laves-
nr. 9 uc.rr vprrij si. drr.r yoa .oca a ijur provost I'oo.
o OSLT CTRAB&K CASKS TAKEN o
tf yon 'uw call, writ.. Unairaa. cam! by
OFFICE 124 W. Third St., McCullough. BnUdinp, Davenport, lows.
iV.1 'N ieaaaVaiaiBao'iar. '.aW. anmVv, rrrslatta laaAlelaa. "utr tanslaas J
fiCH, ta:o:a..fia)MumtBma. il.a aat taa Uu, ret
""Fi"Hoamraraa.-.stfoaiarrir. roaVS) bsst (i
"I. baaa)rti Jl. AadJw iSA& AtCiuaa C. USTaUsd,a.
lof "' Harper Hnna Pharraacy. Rnr.k l-tand. III. '
PRACTICAL ' -1
riumbersf Steam and Gas Fitters.
IIoiis Usstlsf sad Sanitary Qnmblac
" Castorca h so well ail ?.ptd to children thai
t reonnimeod It as superiortoany pruacriptka
kaowa to dm."
IL A. A RCTr.it, ST. D.,
Ill So. Oxford Et, Brooklyn, K. T.
Onr phpiM.-iana in Ua children's depart
Burnt have spoLea hiclily of tbeir experi
ence in tbeir outaUo practice with Castoria.
and altlioonu wo only hars airomr. r.rr
medical supplies what it known aa reirtitir
products, yet we ara free to confeaa that tba
merits of Castoria has won ua to look with
fa or upon it.
Lxitxo HosrrriL ssd Dikpskukt,
Alum C Sarm. Vra,
a year and I rimcluiIH to wear it out I
have now taken two 25-cent boxes and i
li!ii.ir I . Mt,il.Iuit lltikl t-mi. W H
headachn, dyspepsia, constipation, liver
and enriches the blond, giving new life Q
bt nerve tonic known. Very pleaxant JSji
timks as mant iknks as liquid mkdi- fi
bv ilmsirtHts or sent by mall on receipt of (.
Home. Have you got
D3. J. . WALSH,
! of Ctncaro. formarl Sanaoa-m-Chuf a
St. AaVLooj1. Uoapltal.
drains, aleeplcssnees. threatened in-
any etMreoodiii -a aoa to nervons einaaatlon.
a prrmsaeat enre In savea days by oar painless
i .ggi B1U.1 mat DT;a .vnfrry 8 .pocsaay.
are the Best The numerous ac
mail. Hoars t to IS, t to 5, 7 to 8. faidlr
- 1C09 Third Aysaus
Michigan Free Silver Democrats
DESKE A HEAED50 AT DETROIT,
AaS Charsa Tba Tkasw b a Caawplraey ta
to SC. ImIo -Prrrata JmT FlSsr Ckoaaa
Karlnaa I BapabUca Coaaaafrtawnaai from
lllhtom Steal aeky UhIy to alias Caa
Lassiso, Mich., March 11 A new po
litical party known as the "Free Silver
Democratic" party of Michigan was or
ganized here yesterday afternoon at a con
ference of some twenty-fire free silver
Democrats representing various sections
of the state. A permanent state organiza
tion was effected, with Charles S. Hamp
ton, of Petoskry, as president, and George
P. Hummer, of Holland, secretary. The
conference also appointed an executive
committee, and a state central committee
consisting of one member from each con-
(rressional district, with authority to ap
point sub-committees and thoroughly or
ganize the state.-
AUeaed Daaarr of a Conspiracy.
It was declared that three-fourths of the
Michigan Democrats favored free silver.
and that there was danger that a con
spiracy to send a solid gold standard dele
gation to tho Chicago national convention
would rob the free silverites of an oppor
tunity to give expression of their views
where it would have the greatest effect.
The committee pledged Itself to appoint a
strong committee to appear before the
Democratic state delegate convention at
Detroit next month, and it recognition
and satisfaction is refused this committee
immediate steps will be taken to obtain
representation through the caucuses which
send delegates to thostato nominating
Flea Silver Called to tho Reaena.
The conference issued an address to the
public which in substance deplores the
present linnncial condition of tho country,
which is alleged to havo been caused by
our present monetary system. It says
that unless the free silver element rallies
vigorously to tho support of the Demo
cratic party and forces it to adopt its con
victions it would be destroyed by tho same
element which, according to the address,
has already debauched and betrayed ir.
Thomas Jefferson Is quoted as an advo
cate of bimetallism, whoae sentiments the
Democratic party has been indorsing In
all ila platforms since lb'.l
Bank and rile Asked to Tarn Oat.
The last state platform ts declared to
have had practically but one plank, and
that for free silver. Tho address asserts
that an effort Is being mode by officeholders
and other interested parties to force upon
the party the "John Sherman" idea. The
sentiment of tbo party is declared to be
overwhelmingly In favor of free silver,
and the claim Is in ado that the only thing
necessary to secure recognition is for the
rank and ulo to turn out to the caucuses
and conventions and thus do troy the al
leged conspiracy in the interest of Wall
street. . ,,
PRIVATE JO" FIFES CnOSEN.
Will Bo tha Illinois Member of the Rcpab.
Itean National Committed,
Chicago, March 13. Tho Republican
state central committee yesterday ap
pointed Hon. Joseph W. Flfcra mcmlcr of
the national committee to fill the va
cancy caused by the death of William J.
Campbell. It took thj committee Just
ten minutes to do this, but the selection
of Fifer's name was the result of several
hours' work of caucusing and log-rolling
during the forenoon. The friends of Dr.
Jamleson, chairman of the state central
committee, made a strong fight for their
candidate, and In final caucus showed
that they had votes enough to elect him.
Juinicson, however, refused to be a can
didate in view of the fact that contests
bad been forced by so many candidates.
and urged that in the interest of harmony
some one who would be satisfactory to all
ides should be chosen.
Appropriate resolutions were adopted by
the committee regarding tbo death of Air.
iunpnoii, ana some aoutaus or tho ap
pioaching state convention were ar
ranged. The convention will be held in
the Dome building, on the state
fair'grounds, Springfield The Dome
building takes its name from the
fact that its principal feature Is 1 he mag
nificent dome of the Horticultural build
ing at the World's fair. It was stated
that preparations for the proper housing
of the convention and the attending pub
lic were already In progress. The com
mittee adjourned to meet In the Leland
hotel, Springfield, April
Bloomingtos, Ills., March 13. Ex
Governor Fifcr has declined to accept the
election as a member of the Republican
national committee for Illinois, owing to
private and professional business and be
cause be is out of politics.
Met to Da maud Bocogaitloa.
Brookltx, Ills., March la This city,
which claims to be the only Afro-American
city in the United States, is enter
taining several hundred colored politicians
from central and southern Illinois, who
have assembled to demand recognition
from the Republican leaders. Representa
tive colored men are present from Peoria,
Qninry, Bloomington, Cairo, Centralis,
Alton, and other leading interior cities of
the state. A canvass of the delegates, all
of whom were chosen at primary elections
of their race. Indicates that a large major
lry are for senator Cullom for president,
wah William H Allison, of Iowa,
strong second choice.
DKHOCBATf OF THE DISTRICT.
Indorse tba Freeldont aad
of Way Bach ua .
Wasiusstos, March 18. The District
Democracy held its convention yesterday
to choose delegates to the national con
vention at Chicago. The delegates to Chi
cago are Robert P. Mattingley, Frank P.
Morgan, John Boyle, William Holmead,
George Killoen. and F, I Jordan.
' The platform indorsed the administra
tion of Graver Cleveland, particularly the
bold stand taken on the Venezuelan ques
tion, the enunciation of the Monroe doe-
trine being declared a correct Interpret Ion
of true Amenoanlsm; expressed sympathy
for those engasjod in the b.ttle of freedom
to the lalaad of Cuoa, and cordially in
doraed the expression of that sympathy
eootjinad in the Joint resolutions of the
striate and ho use.
The plank contained In the DesnoeraUa
national platform ta lass, aad directed
satis tfc JbSAW-Setitla SV of that
flay, was pot Is'nHona - teHfmEO TO VtAlfV SMART GAMST
runs wm m poinsuai ci uu anu in saw wuae
teenth centary against Romas CathoMo
ana foreign bora citizens ts contrary to
the genius of oar institutions, and cannot
be too severely condemned. .
There la entire absence in the platform
of any expression on the silver question.
The A. P. A. plank was nut vigorous
enough for Dennis Callaghan, and be
made a vigorous bat unsuccessful fight to
have substituted for it a set of resolutions
denouncing the A. P. A. in the bitterest
language. . .
SO OUTBREAK UT KEXTCCKY TEX.
rretty Walt Settled That the State Will
Bava bat One Senator Car Awhiln,
Fbaskfoet, March IS. The one thing
that seemed to be settled by yesterday's
doings in the joint assembly Is that Ken
tucky will have bat one representative in
the United States senate from March 4,
1897, when Senator Blackburn's term ex
pires, until at least January, 1898, when
the next legislature can meet and fill the
vacancy. . There was no lack of apprehen
sion of renewed danger of an outbreak.
Mayor Julian with a force of police
cleared the rotunda of mere curiosity seek
ers, but in the cloak rooms and elsewhere
were enough men to have done much
harm if tho occasion had arisen. Perhaps
the apprehension of difficulty tended to
produce unusual self-restraint and so
the scene ended without other turmoil
than that of debate. The newly-installed
Republican of the house did not qualify
before tho joint assembly met and so was
not a factor.
The Republicans adopted the tactics of
breaking the quorum and this brought
from Lieutenant Governor Worthingcon
the ruling that seventy members con
stitute a quorum necessary to elect a sen
ator. So long as this ruling stands no
election can be hod except by breaking
over party lines.
CINCINNATI, March 11 A special to
Tho Commercial Gazette from Frankfort,
Ky., says the Republicans will elect St.
John Boy ie senator before the session ends;
that Senators Sherman and Hoar and
Sneaker Reed have wired that now tbat
Weissingor is dead sixty-nine is a quorum
of the joint session; that tha action of the
senate in unseating James and Walton
was taken without trial, charges or the
shadow of legality, and that Dunl ip,
whom the house seated in Kaufman's
place, says ho will take the seat if it will
elect a United States senator.
retticraw Carries Sioux rails.
Sioux Falls, S. D., March la After
the hardest campaign ever fought in this
city or state Senator Pettigrew carried
the caucuses in every ward of tho city
and nearly every precinct in tho county
by innjiirities of two to ana. The com
bination which had been formed to pre-
vonffhis going aa a delegate to St. Liouis is
killed. It is a free silver victory. Ic is
thought he will easily carry the state, and
South Dakota will be against McKinley.
Republican Party la the TarlnV
ALBCvtUEltQUB, N. M., March 13. Hon.
John S. Clarkson, of Iowa, and party
passed through the oity yesterday. Clark
son stated tbat he wus for Allison for
president first, last and all tho time, and
could not understand why the people of
tho west considered McKinley the tariff.
"Sir," said Clarkson, "the Republican
party is the tariff."
More Wisconsin Votes for McKinley.
Makinette, March 13. At the Ninth
district Republican convention resolutions
were adopted declaring for William Mc
Kinley for the presidency.
BILL FOR A MARITIME CANAL.
System That la To Be Began at the Lakes
aad Krjd la the Hudson.
Washington-, March 13. A bill to in
corporate the maritime canal of North
America to connect the Hudson river and
the great lakes was introduced in the sen
ate by Hansbrough of North Dakota and
in the house by Cooper of Wisconsin. The
canal system lor which the bill provides
includes canals from tho head of tide
water navigation on the Hudson to Lake
Chamnlain; from the head of Lake St.
Francis to the St. Lawrence river above
the long Sault rapids; from Lewiston on
the Niagara river to a point on the river
above the falls, and authority to deepen
and widen the Champluin and Hudson
canai is asKea.
The channels are to be twenty feet deep.
to permit two ol the largest vessels draw
ing twenty feet to pass, and the locks are
to admit vessels oM feet long and 63 wide.
The plans arc to be approved by a board
of five engineers appointed by the secre
tary of war, the canal is to be under the
oontrol of the Interstate commerce com
mission and the government is by the bill
autnonzea to take possession of tho nron
erty on one weeks notice by paying the
value oi tne properry.
Bio da Janeiro Is Safe.
San Fbancisco, March 11 The steamer
Alameda, which arrived from Honolulu
yesterday' afternoon, brings news of the
safety of the missing steamship Rio de
Janeiro, which left this port thirty -Ova
days ago for Yokohama. The Rio encoun
tered heavy weather, ran out of coal and
arrived at Honolulu March 1, where she
recoaled and proceeded to Yokohama,
legislation for tba Hawkeye State.
Des Moines, March ia The house dis
cussed the bill providing public i
nouses, nut it iauoa to pass. A bill was
passed allowing a guardian to mortgage
the real estate of his words. In the senate
the house bill was passed providing pun
ishment for jail breaking. The senate
bill was passod requiring a minimum in
corporation fee of S35 for corporations of
10,100 capital and SI per thousand for all
in excess. The house bill passed prohibit
ing the governor appointing on the state
board of health any member of a medical
' Resolved for lfesUateya Nomination.
LaCbosbS, Wis., March IS The Repub
licans of the Seventh congressional dls
trict assemblod here and elected dele
gates to the national convention at St.
Louts. 'A resolution favoring the nomi
nation for president by the be Louis con
vention of William McKinley was unani
mously adopted amid great enthusiasm.
resident Rack from Back Banting.
Washington, March 1& President
Cleveland and his guests, who were duck
shooting on the Potomac river yesterday,
returned to the city on the light house
tender Maple shortly after 10 o'clock last
night. It is understood tbat the results
of the day's shooting were very ssttsfso
Inner Tax Bill Passes. '
Alsaxt, March IS. The Raines ttqaor
tax bill last night passs the assembly by
a rots of Sa sjes, otf nays, v
Hew Tork Widow- rtea to Make Twenty
Dollars Onto Tan, .
Bcjtalo, March 13. A peculiar case
wherein intent to defraud the government
is charged came up before United States
Commissioner Norton. . Last month Mrs.
Catherine Naukam, a widow, took the
major portion of a C10 bill to a bank for
redemption, alleging that the other por
tion had been burned. The bank secured
redemption by the United States treas
ury. On the oth inst. the treasury de
partment at Washington received the
missing portion of the (10 bill from Buf
falo aocompanied by affidavits of Mrs.
Naukam and her dangher Adeline that
the bill had been thrown In the stove by
mistake and the rest of it had been con.
sumcd, and asking for its redemption.
I he matters was turned over to the de
partment of justice and Mrs. Naukam and
daughter were arrested.
Lord Doaravea's Yacht Club Troables.
London, Mar oh li Lord Dunraven
presided at a meeting yesterday of -tho
Yacht Racing association. The question
of the advisability of making a reply to
the New York Yacht club in regard to the
expulsion of Lord Dunraven was infor
mally discussed, and it was decided that
it would not bd good taste to do so.
New York Financial.
Kiw York. March. 12.
Money on rail nominally Hukj', per cent.;
prune mercantile paper 5 ($ 6 per cent.;
sterling eichauce was dull, with actual
business in bankers' bills at 4Ss.tS8l-4 tor
demand and 4)?(gi3 for sixty days; posted
rateiar-m aul UJ; ooutudrcul bills
BUver certtCleates. tej.aa; bar silver,
M-.icau dultara, 5j. ,
Unitvl States government bonii firm;
now 4's registered, 1164; da coupons,
lllV'ii: S's registered. lli; 5' coupons. 112i;
's reg stored, liM; 4's coupons, 110; it's
reststered, fti; Pacific 6' ot 'W. IDA
Chicago Grain and Produce.
C'niCAHO. March li
The following were th quotations on tha
Hoard or Trade today: Wheat March,
opened Kflic closed 62c; May. opened frl'c,
closed Ol1,:; July, opeuud 63c closed 644c
Corn March nominal, closed SKfio; Mar,
opened SJ'c, closed SOac; July, opened
oi'c. cioswl 31i5 Uats March, nomi
mil. closed lU'jc; May, opened 2jTc, closed
SUM: July, opened SlVgO, closed SUJaC. Pork
March, opened tU.8;;i, closed tJ.ij; Mar,
opened J S2V, closed $.70. Lard March,
opened td.&J, closed May, opened to-Sat
Produce: Batter Extra creamery, 21 f
pur lb; extra dairy. 14c; packing stock, tSWfo.
Ksrs Fresh stock. Wlu'cpprdozdn. Dressed
Poultry spring chickens. s'.OJc per lb.
old hens, &a,s;,e:roowter.s, 53..V-rc;tarkrtjrs, tl
Si4c: anexs, loanac: geeje, 7gl0a Potatoes
Buruanks, 17tJ.ic p.?r bushel. Sweat Pota
toesFair tociiuice. $i09-'-7i per bbl. Ap
ples r air to choice. S2.thgJ.a per bol.
Honey White clorer, 1-1 b sections, fancy, 12
laa per lb.; broken comb, eXgilJc; extracted,
&V!)c. Cranberries Caps Cod, fi.SOdSH.iJ
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, March 13.
Lird Stock Prices at th, Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Gstt
mated receipts for the day. 81.0JU; sales
ranged .at d. 13:9,1.10 pigs, Ki-8V$llo light.
3.;.yis5 rough packing, sW.iwa4.1U m.xed
and U.ttf($l.Ua heavy pookinz and shipping
Catle BUtimatad receipts for the day.
t.KX); quotations ranged at f 1.30 i. 1.7 J choice
to ej.tr shipping st wrs, $i.4ygL&) god to
choice do., H.60tt&;a fair to good, ti.aXit3.7i)
common to medium do.. t&2U't3.S butchers
steers. ib0n;O3 Blockers. t3.3J(sa.9J feeders.
tLMKa&a) cows, f.'.4t:i. heifers. iOn3 5j
bulls, lisasaau Texas steers, and ta.Uuu125
8he?p and Lambs Estimated receipts for
tne day. 12,U0U; sales ranged at fU.KU43.i5
westerns. JiMmllU Texas, tS0A3.U) natives,
and . 25l.70 lambs.
The Lneal Marksts.
. Hay Timothy. $I9fttl3: upland, wild.
SRiUv; slough, I7i8; baled, $StU; millet,
Shredded corn fodder -1 per ton. 1
Butter Pair to choice, UoQlSe; fresh cream
ggs Freeh. 10c 1
cattle Bntcaars pay for corn fed steers
ctt3te;cows sod betters, SMeyiac; calves,
spring lamb e s poind. .
Coal -Soft, lic.
Children Cry for
interested in the Grain Market.
WtilKur . A. .U1.-W WW.
to advised g Jicixoa sal ffisraia Its..
FT MAIL OS J '
WIKEOFAU. .CHICAGO. . .
Membr's of tha Chlraco Board
of Trade for twenty years.
Cartful and pmonmt attention and abno'utt ft
crtcf pledged in all lorrapondence nd trantac-
HIGHEST BANK REFERENCES.
Notice ot Float Settlement,
sts'e of Thomas B. O'Ooanell. Decessed.
Pnbtic notic is hereby given tbat the under
s!snrd. a-mtnlstra'or of the e-ut cf TS. warns
n. O'Uonocli. las ibis lar filed bis anal
ptport and seitlemant a. sack In the coanty coart
f Kock Ifl.nd county, aad tbat aa order has
twea er.tered by asid foort spproriBg tba .aid ra
nrtrt. uniM. obtectlon. tbervto or cause to ta
c-mtrary be euown on or before the St a day
or April. A. v. laws, aca apon tne naai ap
orovsl of Uid renort. tne .aid ad lni'ra or will
ask for an order of dlsiribution. and will alio ark
tn be discharged. All persons interested are no-
tiled to atirna
Bock lalaad, 111 March 10, 18US,
J. K. JoH'rrow,
Admhi!trator of the estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATS OF ILLINOIH, I
BOCSlU.A COCSTT, I
Josi McDonald vs. Anliur McDonald, ta cbsa
mia.it of aon-ratideaee of Arthav McDona'd,
th. sbo-e aefennant, baring btea Sled In the
eh nt'a oate. or ta nnatt conn of :& eonnty, dt
tic is theief. a her.br ajrea to the sd aan-nai-
dorat defaeaaots tbat the complaiaant Sled aer bill
of complaint ia sa d eoart, on the chaacary .ide
tbereof. on the SOU day of Marcb, tm,
sad tbat iherenDne a Hirmoce Iaad mmtut 1
court, whereia .aid suit is now peadlaa, reinra
eble on tas smt Meads (ftfth) k the moath of
jsav, iae same oting arst-oay or said May
terra arxt, s it hi law rennired. How.
an lea. yoa. the said aoa-reeidmt defeaa
aet abrra aaawd aball peraocaliy be and
appe r before asid circuit court, os the Irst day
of the aeat terai thereof, ta be holdea at
mm uiaoa m ana lor toe sain coanty, on the
una asy m stay next, aad plead, an.ver
ar dentar to tha aaid com plainest'. Mil af
owpiaian. inc easae ana tee aitters aad thing,
taenia ekargsisas stated wiU be takeaaa coa
'easef, aad a decrea aatrad agalnat yea aeeord-
Stones W. OSHata, Clerk.
Berl Wssal, Dt. srar-a, M. IMS.
C ,Hw a. tiayifaarriT. leQtjtsc.
. m M jjm arw'ak
FOR GENERAL. Aa
&LA6K1NG APPLIED AMD
POLISHES WITH A BRUSH
Sold bj Henry Dart's Sodi,
everxwherv, marbt prmlcil Ijy this lnd y's
cxprriem'c. Thonsanils bnve. tbrouKh
the same uicanst'ociHi new lit'cundki-niib.
S Ttw mf I ni . Wm hlplM
tanlid wid bail ben tl i. ytsws. 1
tl iS of r"r wmm c.n M 1.1 lW
IMeia4IWIIIU, Slick mmm ,lin.l laMM
A majority of the women of every com
munity, suffer from some forni of
Many ore hopeless invalids. For these
complaints there ia one absolutely sale
and sore treatment. Wild Olive to use
locally and Myrtle Tonic to boild np the
health. 1'rice $1 each.
Mild cn.es need WSd Olive alfne. Severe
ones need tioth. This comnion-ecnse
plan nppc.ils to the sense of all. Ladies
can cure themselves ut home. Belief
quick. Cores perm an ant. Sold every
where. C A MPT EC of -"Oth and a helpful.
JAl'irLCj instmctivrTrentise can
be bnd of us or our CDpp '
VICTOR J1EDICAL ASS'N,
Mas. M. J. 8aroknt, Agent,
US Thirty-seventh 8t. Twelfth ave. Rock Island
We are showing our
Usual line of fine
Fred Woltaian, Jeweler.-
Reliable Goods at
1607 BS500NI ATTOSTTE
PURITY AND EXCELLENCE
IS THE It OTTO AT
Importer sad wholesale dealer.
Years of experience and tba
best of lacilitiis.
No's 1616 1618 Third Ave. Phone 1157.
TUMKfi 84IS 100OS
' S- H lid .4
Baths of all kinds, inolndlng
Turkieh, plain, shampoo, eleo
trio. alectro-thermalt to-, msj
be obtained at the Ssnltariam
Bath Booms, on tba flrt floor of
the Harper House.
For Ladies From 9 a. m. ta
13 m. on week days For Gen.
tlemen From J p. m. to 10 p.m.
on week days On Sundays the
rooms will be open from 7 a. ta.
to 11 a. m. for Gentlemen only.
Kleotrio . end Electro-thermal
batbs my be obtained st aaj
time during basineu hoars,
(iymnasiom eonneeted with bnU
m. M. BBIGGS.
Real Estate, InsiiraBce, Iroans
ASD HOUSES TO BEST.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Bock Island.
-JiM!.tf l.1 " Koek Island en
rSLthJ ,d -aath avssma.
FOR A QUICK AFTER-DINNER SSNE
APPLIED AND P0USHEO WITH ACLOTiC
Wholesale Grocers. Eock Island
THE TKAVELEKH' UUIUh
PHtCAOO, nOCK ISIAITD PAOIFIO
Ksi!wsy Ticket rtn ha parrhased or ba
fP( Jerked i at KUr Twit ietb street depot
or Ol I p depot onrner PifU avenue and
re nty-Tat streetyrank H. Plnmmer. Avat.
lAkV I Wtrt.
OtotVi-i Uuniiad a unites
rX Woitn, lenver A K.C..
Oraaha Dm sJomrf "
tOnuhast Minacaimlls ..
UmahaA Des Moics- Kx .
hlmyk. Mi Ui-. ii. -.
It 06 am
1 -Oft in
Denver, Linro n A oaha...
"" ai'cnrtpul s
Dacvar, 1ft. Worth A E. V
Kamas t?ity A tt. J-.ph
(Kork Isuuid A Vt'ubiiJion
tChlraax A Des MolatT. . . .
Hock Island A smart Aeenm '
tlO :40 pm
t 1 SNpni
I S IJ pm
T r.M ara
I!A.,?Tli DlrtaTe. tlHlty .asoept Soaday.
All other, dan. lelerbm ti4 ''
Snntay tyrnincs a Pullman ..eeper will ha at
the d.mt , fter lo 3.1. which will leave for Chica
go st 2:55 a. in. Monday.
DrhUHtjTt.N ROTJTE-O..B. A V
" vrsy Dtpot First avenue sxd BiiUmia
Street, M.J Tonus. scent.
U, spiinirr.eld. rVurls,
Bar. tjuiii via !.irniouth; :C0am T:9&db
jbfrsmi. iu.rtlri0 I'linm. i i
Cbirsiro. merlins, Cliuion A
I'eoris, iliartUlown, Ber
lin irton A tt rst
Ft. Paul A MiniMAuoli..-
T T 35 am f 8 4Spra
t J6pm t 8:5pra
riierlii r. I'linUin Dubnqnr
tit. h . Kauras tlty, Ivnvrl
Taccoast vis Ualt-sb'rK' Tn"5 ps. S:&S
Dally. tDaiiy except Sunday.
QHICAOO, MILWADKEB ST. PAUL
RaBway Raclae A Hmthvestsjin Division
Depot TweatUith strrsH, batwesa First sad
Beeuod avennes, L. H. Greer. Agent.
Stall and Ezpress
Freight and Aecommodut'n,
T .30 am
Daily except Sunday.
DOCE ISLAltD FkoUIA BAILVTAr
p r TJ0? Yint w,inS TwauU.tb strMit.
a. Li. trOff, aenu
E intern Ex. The Trilby"
Peoria a bt Louis Mall km...
PAiirl. AtfM.m VMl-h
S :ts pm
it too am
Cahle Acrommodstirra . .
Passenecr traius leave R. I. A P. (Molina
avenne) di not fir. n mlnnw .i...
j-JCRLIHOTOK, C'EDAB BaPIDS S)
Northern f.'allwsv. tu?t foot ot Ittadv
street, Dsvenport. das. motka. ua Ta'i &
Pratt; bt ,
so u ora
Went Unertr Irk.nc
b; :-S, pm
b" :Oo m
a Daily. Misuy except snccsy. ttrnirff Eor.b.
tQolc? BOGth and cast. No. IS run Mtwaea
Cedar HapidS and West Ubeity.
To the East via the
R. I. 8l P.
Prry c trcet depot
L Kock Island
CHI F Depot
T.v Wrj. k IhI.m
lo am 7 10 am
487 am 1 06 am
TSSsss 11 in am
SIS am 117 pm
8 03 pm 16 pm
Sttpm 1 06 pm
10 so pm
1 VS pro I. n am
10 55 am 7S0pm
lutSsa S uitm
11 10 SB '
1 10 pm
8 OS pm
7 00 jm
1 23 pm
1 45 pro
5 00 pm
7 80 am
1 rr m
8 Ml pa
Twentieth st Depot
Ar Oolumbos... .......
Ar Jacksonville.. .. ,
Ar St Ionia.
Ar Lincoln..... .......
sr Decatur..... ......
Ar Decatar ,
Ar Terra Hants
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
BOCK rsXAJTD TO 8T. LOUIS.
Lines east of Peoria carry through
conches and sleeping cars on night
trains to principle cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent. -
John Voile & Co,
Sash, Doors and Blinds,
And all kinds ot
Woodwork for Builders
Midi florals. Wa
ink ftmt. set Mea4at set