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CMtorla Is Dr. Saunuel Pitcher prescription for Infssits
ad Children It contains neither Opiam, Morphine nor
other Kareotle substance. It Is a harmless substitute
for Faregorie, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor OIL
It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years nse by
Millions of Mothers. Castorla destroys Worms and allays
feverlshncss. Castorla preTcnts vomiting Sour Cord,
cures Dlarrhcoa and Wind Colic Castorla relieves
teethlos; troubles, cures constipation and flatulency.
Castorla assimilates the food, regulates the stomach
and bowels, firing healthy and natural sleep. Cas
torla is the Children's Panacea the Mother's Friend.
ncUcatawdlcha far (Ml-
repraeedly told mm at Urn
CMtorla to the bast remedy for children of
which I aim acquainted. Ibopr theday snot
f ar dMant w hen mothers wUl consider the not
Interest of tijeir children, and um Castoria in
stead of the vartooaquack nostrmna which ara
cVstroylBg their loved ooes, by forcing opium,
morphine, soothing s; nip aad other hortrnl
i dowa their throats, thereby aitw
i a ft lamn pave.
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Oataar tToaaneurjr, TI Mam; Straw t, How Tork CSty.
Health is the Sunshine of
it? If not,
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Of tha Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located in Dm-rvaport, Iowa
DR. T. M. WALSH.
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" CaatnHa la aa well adapted to cUMren (hat
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Om- rihysicians ia tha children's drparV
awst have gpokea bigldy of their azpert
aaea ha their outside practice with Castoria,
aad although wa only bare among our
medical auppDea what i known aa n-gtiLir
product, yet wear, free to confess that the
merjta of Castoria has won ns to look with
faor npoa It."
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Alubi C Earn, Pr.,
Home. Have you got
DR. J. E. WALSH.
, ?L UL1 formerly Srugeaavm-CBiaf a
drains, sleeplessness, threatened In-
anv mlw .militia . v u
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IT You Want a
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 la use
In Rock Island.
la BOCK ISLAND and SCOUNX
SILVER IS AHEAD.
Wins ths First Fight in tht Pro
ELECT! TESM1TEST CHAHUfAJT.
bnatker What Kay BaOaUeS
mtrea. aad taa Pint n' n De-
efclodly U-raly old Xea, Not Tat Dea
pairaaK, WUl Make Aaother Fight aa
Platreraa Boa Political
PlllBHUHO, Kay 28. Uproarioni and
caustic In the extreme was the first day's
aeaaton of the eerenth national Prohibition
conraiition. At least one-halt the time
the delegates were In a bedlam of confu
Jon, and on serenl occasions the presid
ing officer had to call upon the band to
play In order to quiet the disorder. It was
a fight between the "broad gauge" or free
ailTer faction and the ' single issue or gold
standard delegates from the east. The
light was precipitated a few moments
after the convention was called to order.
and at both the morning and afternoon
sessions things in general ran riot.
Free Silver Wins tha First Fight.
The free silver faction carried the day.
however, and at 6 o'clock last evening
elected C. W. Stewart, of Illinois, perma
nent chairman over A. A. Stevens, of
Pennsylvania, who was backed by the
gold standard delegates. And now the
free silver faction is in an ccstacy of de
light over the victory. The convention
was hold in Music hall at the exposition
building, and there were over 5,000 specta
tors in attendance. It was not as large a
crowd as the lenders had expected, but
there were enough people to fill the big
hall, and what they Licked in numbers
tney made up in enthusiasm.
Lorld End to a Welcome.
H. It. Castlo welcomed the delegates at
the opening of the convention and he
wound up with this lurid compliment to
tne liquor trnxuc "And may Bod Almighty
bless your coming, and may an Almighty
God through you curse aod blight and
wither and destroy tho legalized liquor
truflic, the greatest foe to God and human
ity ever invented in hell or patented on
earth. A. A. Stevens was the temporary
chairman, but before he was seated there
was a lively time. C. M. Dunn, of Cali
fornia, wanted to run another man for
temporary chairman and was told to sit
down by Chairman Dickie. He then ap
pealed from the chair's decision.
Why the Appeal Went Unnoticed.
Xo notice was taken of the appeal and a
great uproar followed, during which
Stevens took the chair. Dunn was on his
feet and demanding action on his appeal
while thrro were loud cries of "Sit down."
"I'm asking Dr. Dickie to rule upon my
appeal," yelled Dunn. "We won't sub
mit to this gag rule." Finally Dickie
came forward and amid a perfect bedlam
of noise said there could be no appeal in
an unorganized body. Dunn subsided
perforce, because his man withdrew his
Another Fight Expected Today.
The fight today will be, to begin with,
over the platform. Elated with victory,
the free silver men are determined to
carry through a "broad guage" platform,
while the opposition is quite as deter
mined that it shall be a single issue plat
form, declaring for prohibition alone.
Each faction claims a majority, but from
yesterday's light it would seem that the
factions are pretty evenly divided.
Views of box. lambert tree.
Would Have the Illinois Democratic Con
veatloa Let Honey Alone.
CHICAGO, May 88. Hon. Lambert Tree,
ex-minister to Ruwsia and Belgium, ap
peared in the Cook county Democratic
convention Tuesday and was elected a
delegate to the Illinois state convention.
"What do you think of the financial reso
lution adopted by the county convention!"'
he was aaked.
"I do not approve of it," he replied. "It
substantially means free silver, and every
one who has ever heard me express my
sentiments on that question knows very
well that I ara utterly opposed to the free
coinage of silver unless an agreement
could be arrived at between the govern
ment of the United States and the other
great commercial powers of the world far
maintaining parity between the two
"Is it true that you are to head tho dele
gation to the Peoria convention from this
"I shall not have that honor. It is true,
however, that I am a delegate, and I ex
ticct to attend. I am a IVmnmt. it t. .
Democratic convention, and it would be
no strange or new thing for me to occupy
a seat in a convention called by the prop
erly constituted authorities of the party."
"What questions will ita sriatfonn de
clare upon in your opinion?"
"I do not know. It is the opinion of a
vast number of Demnrrats, especially in
this region, that the Democratic conven
tion would show wisdom this year if it left
declarations on questions concerning the
national government and the national
welfare to the national convention. This
is especially true of the money question."
nrcn POLITICS IX THE senate.
Allea Starts the Habject Daring tha Talk
a Bonds aad Filled Cheese.
WA8RIKOT0X, May 38. It was sometimes
difficult during the senate session yester
day to tell whether it was the bond or the
filled cheese bill that was up. One thing
was not difficult, however, to discover,
and that was that politics was up. In
connection with the bond bill Allen had
read an official circular issued by Master
Workman Sovereign from the headquar
ters of the Knights of Labor, May 23, ap
pealing to the local Knights of Labor as
semblies throughout the country to call
"red letter meetings" to offset the "con
spiracy of bankers," as recently disclosed
by a circular of the American Bankers'
association urging bankers to see that del
egates to the national conventions favored
the gold standard.
Elkins cyposid the bill, urging that the
executive should not be denied all power
to raise funds by bonds in ease of contin
gency and emergency. Elkins said in re
ply to questions by Butler that he did not
believe in lndiacrimiziate attacks on the
president. If you cannot trust your nreai-
drnt the government must come to an
"On the 4th day of next March," inter
posed Butler, "when we Inaugurate a Poo-
nlist president derisive laughter we will
havs the tree coinage of auvar aad tha
ra emthahMauij a-jiTaawrwgTiitei
Daniel replied to a statement of Lindsay
Tuesday that congress had failed to re
spond to the demands of the nresident for
the relief of the treasury. Daniel said tha
only request the president had made on
congress was to authorize the issue of
gold bonds. It was impossible, said tha
senator, cast the responsibility for exist
ing conditions should be removed front
the administration and placed on comrreaa
Damel declared his allegiance waa to
"sound money, the soundest money in
the world, gold and silver," and he ar
raigned those who applied the title of
"sound money" to gold mono-metallism.
The senator spoke of the timidity of load
ers to declare themselves on the financial
question, and referred to "the greatest
protectionist ol Uhlo, who envelops him-
seu in tne same old platitudes."
Florida Bepabllcma Factions.
OCALA, May 28. The Gunby-Chubb
wing of the Republican party, representing
thirty-nine out of forty-five counties, held
Its state convention here yesterday and
nominated a state ticket. The platform
adopted advocated a S-cent duty on sea
Island cotton, a reasonable duty on oranges
and a general protective tariff. The money
question was not mentioned in the resolu
THE SEMINARIES COME UP.
Report to tha Freabyteriaa Assembly mm
Closer Union aad Control.
SARATOGA, May 28. The Presbyterian
general assembly was occupied nearly all
day in the consideration of its legitimate
business, the reports on the work of the
benevolent and missionary enterprises
and agencies. Only one hour was devoted
to a controversial question and on that a
debate was not reached. Seminary con
trol and the salo of the Presbyterian
House in New York went over. The com
mittee on seminary control reported that
Mccormick, Lane, Auburn and San Fran
Cisco have refused to reconsider tho action
taken last year, and "the plan the com
mittee has In view isan effective, practical
and constitutional method of safejruordiug
ine uncning ana property ol the semi
naries." There was a minority report, tho pith of
which is that the compact of 1870, the con
current resolution No. 9 of the assembly
of 1S09 in reference to tho synodical or as
sembly control of seminaries, and all acts
of tho assembly granting powers of self-
control to seminaries, be rescinded. It is
also recommended that legislation be
lormuiated which shall put into effect the
assembly constitutional and charter rights
over Princeton, Western, McCormick,
Danville, Dubuque, Newark and Omaha
seminaries, and Auburn, Lane and San
Francisco seminaries be requested to grant
tne same ngnts to tne assembly.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE METHODISTS.
Move by Which Laymen Expect to Gain
the Desired Power.
Clktelahd, May 27. A surprise was
sprung upon the Methodist Episcopal gen
eral conference yesterday when a motion
was made and carried to refer the report
of the committee on constitution to a com
mission to report four years hence. This
report has been under discussion for three
days and has aroused much bitterness.
Tho reason fortius action is believed to
be a desire for a constitution which will
depart more from old lines than did the
report of the committee. There is a feel.
lng that the laymen should be given more
equal representation and it is honed that
may be granted in the constitution which
the commission will prepare.
Has a Letter from Miss Samnelson.
Aspkx, Colo., May 28. Annie Xaestrom,
a domestic employed here, is a close friend
of Annie Samuelson, one of the women
Kev. Herrmann, of Salt Lake City, is sus
pected of having murdered. Miss Xaestrom
says she received from the missing girl, in
the latter part of February or early in
March, a letter. Miss Samuelson's disap
pearance, according to tho data of tho offi
cers, took place in January. Miss Xaestrom
says her friend spoke in the letter of trains'
to Sweden, but said she would write her
again before leaving Salt Lake City. She
saia sne tnought Miss Samuelson and the
minister have gone to Europe together.
Flan to Rob a Government Once.
Milwaukee, May 88. A sensation has
oeen created in the United States district
attorney's office by the receipt of informa
tion to the effect that a plan is being for
mulated to break into tho office in the
government building for the purpose of
stealing papers of great Importance in a
case in which prominent people are in
volved. The district uttnrtim K hon in.
vestigating, with the result that during
tne past lew nays all important papers in
the office have been transferred to a safe
deposit box in the First National bank.
Tennessee Is to Celebrate.
Nashville, May 28 Great preparations
are in progress for the Centennial cele
bration of Tennessee, which will occur on
June 1 and 3. The city is being decorated
handsomely and everybody is looking for
ward to one of the most notable demon
strations in the history of the state. There
will be a grand parade and pageant on
Tune 1, the Tennessee Contennial day, and
the ceremonies at the exposition grounds
will be imposing and impressive.
Chicago Sculptor Caosea.
Washikgiox, May 87. The Sherman
statue commission has selected as the de
sign for the statue that submitted by Carl
Rohl Smith, of Chicago, from the four
models prepared in enlarged form by di
rection of the commission. It happens
that the design selected was the only one
of the four not recommended by the art
Beeard af Base Doll Gamea. n
Chicago, May 28. League base ball
games resulted asfollonrs: At Philadel
phia Chicago 6, Philadelphia 8; at Wash-
ingion lancinnatl 10, Washington 6; at
Brooklyn Louisville 7, Brooklyn 8; at
Boston Pittsburg 14, Boston : at New
Tork Cleveland 11. Vw Vm-t i- .t n.i
timore St. Louis 0, Baltimore 0. '
Aaaericaa Bowthdown Breeders.
SPRrsarusLD, Dls, May 28,-The fif
teenth annual national convention of tha
American Southdown Breeders associa
tion, waa held ham rarfai.. t- r..n
ing officers were elected; President, L. S.
uupen, sioomington, Ills; secretary,
John C Springer, this city.
Bettor Fay for Letter Caraiera.
WASHIXGTOK. Mav X Ui,-hi.ll nf fW
gon has reported favorahlr from the sen.
ate roramittm on aniiu. .
roads the bill to increase pay of lettcr
earrtera throagnout the United States.
This bill to similar to ooe already report
ad tarorably ia the house.
HORRIBLE CRIME IN CALIFORNIA. '
Six Persons Killed by a Miscreant, Who
.. aKaaea Hat Escape.
- Sas Joss,, Cal May 88. Colonel bTpT
McGlincy and his familv. embmcins? si
prrsons, were murdered Tuesday night by
his son-in-law. James Dunham.
the victims of the fiend was Dunham's
wile, a danshter of Colonel McGllncv.
The crime waa committed at Campbell,
eight miles southeast of this city. Wife,
latner-in-Iaw, mother-in-law, brother-in-law
and two domestics paid the bloody
debt of the fiend's man. Nat n beinv In
the path of the butcher escaped the
carnage except the murderer s own
child, a baba on mnntK nA
Following are those who met death, all
being stabbed and fearfully trashed with
a hatchet: Colonel R, P. McGlincy and
wife; their daughter, Mrs. James Dun
ham; James Wells a son of Mrs. Mc
Glincy; a lured woman, Minnie Schessler,
and a hired man, James Briscoe. The
muruerer escaped on a horse. Family
hvuiw are tne supposea cause.
Johnny was trying to describe to his
mother the lady whom he had met at
"Was she old or young?" asked John
"Well," said the astute youth, "I
think if she's married she'd better Toe
called middle aged. " New York Jour
A Decided Xovetty.
"Have you seen the latest novelty in
the new hats?"
"No; what is it?"
"Brains." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Ova Tour Jfeaw and Bam It Inttmi.
Insurance and Loans.
Boom 4, Mitchell & Lynde b'ng.
PURITY AB 1(LLENCE
18 TBS MOTTO AT
H&.I ; ...
Importer and wholesale dealer.
Teats of experience and tie
beet of facilities,
Nc's 1616-1618 Third Ave. Wwaemrf
To buy Hardware,
Mixed House and
Floor Paints, Rub
ber Hose, Lawn
Mowers or anything
in tha Hardware
line in general is of
1610 Third Avenue.
AGENT FOR EAGLE BICTCLES.
IniiftcUiwi ef luk.
Can sU SXait,
it sn Bali of VMft
Rl h ItUler.
Siding, Flooring, Wainscoating
13th street, bet. 4th snd 5th avenues.
Basfly, Qolckly aad Permanently
Crr.ssaiTEa Ekuu Sensor
JtfesnM en a rosKIve
guarantee to ettrs any
form of nerve !
traifcaor any disorder
of the Genital oceans of
aitaor arc, caaaetl
by titaniTe aas ef Aftor
Aleceol or Orteas. or ea near
of ycetafnl inaiarretJoa or over Icduigenco ote
IWnl , ConvcIaMoa. W sbef aloes. Heads On,
Mental Bet nawioa. SuCrninof tbe Brain. Weak
Meowcy. JJeanBg Itonn I-aine, Seminal Weakness,
Hysteria, Nootarnol Erriseiaea, nperaatorrhfwa.
Vim of Port ana InrpntoM-y, wh:.-k it in lynstnti
tTjay lead te pram itnte old aite and insanity.
rWtivttv enmraw eed. Pries. S LSC a box: C bona
ft U& 8ent ay nasil on lanstotof arise. A vtiMaa
sasanassinrnianaawnaa"javynaauuiiii let siren.
fcsabaaa toe awaey IX a gicssiaaiil can at ant
FJ Kilt 1 WSJ Oft. Penan. Man.
Siasna. mnmtUU Motkmimt
and' feel like a new man.
sack th atak mtmw to nate en.
,puint i;y mail, ai.od pr nu
ratenataeaisniy. Bsoktraa, i
rorsateU Boer Island, m by Bsrts (TfleaMyer. drs arista.
Bstata of Janes T. Dixon, deceases.
The onderatfrned havnurbeea aapomtrd axera
tor of tbe last will and teatsaaent of Janes
T. U'xoa. lata of tne county of Bock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, heresy fives notice
that he wiil appear before the eocnly court of
Sock Island county, at the office of tha clerk of
said court, in the city of Back Island, at tbe
July teim, on the Srat Monday ia July next,
at aaich tuna eU persona havinc claims against
said estate are not. Bed and reqaeeted to attend
for the numose of havine taa aamaadinsiail.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re-
aaenea to ataae Immediate payment to tha aa-
Dated this Sth day of May, A. D. INS
Patrick Dixon. Sxacntor.
STATS OF ILLINOIS. I
ROCS. IaLAJID COUXTT, f""
la the county coart, M sy tern. A. D , I8BC
Catherine Schafer, administratrix of the estate.
oi variBuan rcnaier, aecaaata. petioner, vs.
Mary t'o'do t . 1 beodore Hnldnrf, Oeorse
tcharer, Alice Schafer, Catherine Earth, Wil
liam Konh. John Schafer, Mary Scbafer, Jaaaa
nxnmer ana tjoaise ffenarer, ueienaanta.
Petition to sell real estate to nay debts.
To whom it may concern: Notice la hereby
Svea that by-vtrtse of an order and decree of
e eoantr court of Rock Island county, Illinois,
entered on the petition of the uaderslgned,
Catherine (chafer, aa administratrix of the es
tate of Christian Scbafer. deceased, for leave to
sell the real estate of said deceased at said May
term A. D. lfWf, saM conn, tha ondersliroed
will on the 4th say of June A. D., 1806, between
the honraof ten (10) o'clock la the forenoon aad
four (4) o'clock in tha afternoon of said day, to
wn, at the hour of two (s o'clock p. m. sell at
R nolle ssle at tne south door of the coart house
ths city of Hock Island In asid county and
state, to tne highest and beat bidder tha real es
tate described as follows, toalt:
Sooth half (H)of lot five (5) aad the north
tfty (te feel of lot eight (8) la block seventy (TO)
in Chicago or Lower addition to the city of Hock.
Island and lota one (1) and two (8) la block three
(81 in Bailey Davenport's addition to tbe city of
Bock Island, all In tbe eity of Bock Island. In the
Bounty of Rock Island and ths state of Illinois,
said sale to be of eald real aetata sxoaorati d of
all claim, light or interest therein on aceoent of
dower aod homestead In favor of tha widow of
tbe said Christ an Schafer, deceased. Tarns of
' Dated this Sth day of May, lees.
Administratrix of the estate of christian Scbafer,
C. J. Sbablb. Solicitor.
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree
the county conrt of Rock Island coi
S. Illinois, marie on the petition of
e nnlcrpiened Charles Schreiber, adminis
trator of the estate of Olaf A. Anderson deceased,
for ltavs to anil the real estate of said deceased.
si tne may lerm. a. v.. low. or saia court, to
wn: on the 11th dsv of Mav lCSS. I shall tm the
ISth day of June next, between the hours of
10 o'clock in th- forenoon and 4 o'clock In tbe
afternoon of said day. to wit: at the hour of t
o'clock In the afteraoon of said day, sell at pub
lic sale, st the south door of ths court boa ta
tne city or Kock Mand. m stid conntv. sll the in
tenet of eatd olif A . Anderson, deceased, at tbe
time of bis dittos. . and also the homestead and
dower Interest of the widow la and to the real es
tate d'scilbed as follows, to-wit :
Beginnti g at tht northeast corner ef the south
naii (Ml or tne noatieaet quarter (
vi aevxiun unmoor nve (aj, in town-
snip number seveutren (17 1 north, ranee
.owuHTvin uinHvi we luann . principal
meridian, thence sooth on eeetl.n line flftv soi
fett lor a starting point; thenoe west one ban-
area a ia twenty-cunt (1W) feet, thence Booth
fifty (601 feet, ihnce east one bono red twentv
etcot (last feet, thence norta artv !MII feet to the
place of beginnlnc. All ilnea to run parallel with
the correstoodtng section llaes, rrservina: a strip
twesty-eight feet (S8) feet wide on tbe east side
for a road. Betas: tbe nremlsra now known and
described as lot aamser two (2, tn block nnmbr
nrtften ( 15) in Orlando Child s addition to tbe city
of Mollne, aa designated on tbe recorded plat of
raid addition, r object to two mortsaces as fol
lows: One for three hundred elxty-nve dollars
ia.aa.uu7 wiu interest nt eeven per cent from
Joly 1. 1M owned bv Jullatte Lndlncton. and
one for fifty dollars ((60.00) with lot real thereon
at the rate f seven per cent per annum aad
onnedbyMelsJ. Nelson, eald above deeerilied
premises be'ng situated In Bock Island county,
Illinois, on the following terms, to-all: Cash ju
nana, waiea tnts ion aay or stay A. u , inn
Adminif trator of iba estate of Olaf A. Aaderson,
Jacksos ft Hrasr, Attorneys.
Special Assessment Notice.
Notice Is hereby given to all nersons Interested
that tbe city council of the city of liork Island
having ordered that there ba constructed m the
eald tfiy of Rock Island an underground storm
dram as follows, towit: Beginning at tbe font of
Twentr-fnuttb street at tbe point of Intersection
of the center line of raid street wi'h the Missis
sippi river; thence southerly on or neartbe can
terline of said Twantf-fonnh street to a stake
two hundred and slenty-two and sixteea-faun-redths
(8 1100) feet north of the center o'
Ninth avenue (saM center of Ninth avenue being
tbe flack and Beaa Indian boundary line) and
twenty one and two-tenth ill S-10) feat east of
the west side of said 1 wei ty-fonnb street; tbanca
acutherlv to a stake one hundred and fortv-two
tut) fe-t north of the center of ssid Hintb ave
nue and fourteen (14) feet east of the weet line of
said Twenty-fourth street; I hence enataerly snd
easterly la a carve, to which ihe last naentioasd
line Is n tangent, wi'h a radfna of one hundred
and fony-niee and eicbt'trntbe (149 8-10) feat for
ftt m oca of a circle as will be measured by an arc
of one bnndred and eevea digress aad fifteen
ninnies; ih-nce easterly along a tangent to said
enrve. Sfiy-sis and seventy-five aaadrrdtha
(' TS-100) fet: thence easterly aad somberly
along a curb, to which taa Inst nmntianed line la
a tangent, with n radiua of one hand red snd
nlntv-ihrec and two-tenths (its MO) feet, for
much of a circle a will lie measured av an are of
e'ghtv-sevea degrere and nfte-a minutes; thence
easterlr aloe a tasgent to said ntH asentioued
eoive aeventy-four (71) feet, the ordinance for
the aame being on lie ia the off ce of the city
clerk, have applied to ths county court of
Roe Island county, la the stale ef Illt
aots. for aa sss teeniest of tbe costs of said
.. j t.T.T1T-..1. n
merit thereof having been made aad retnraed to
said coart. the Snai bearing taereoa will be had
at taa Juno term of eatsT court, lenaamm lag
i taa Inst day of June. A. D ISsS.
All asrsMW aealrlnr but than and thera an-
pear sad maks their defease.
Dated at Mock lalaaa. lllianas this fad dae nf
May. A D. in.
Bbbbt Kins sb.
Children Cry for
The Dr. J. H. McLean MetSdne Co..
CT louis, no.
I was down with kidney dis
ease and severe pain in the back.
Could not turn over in bed. Spent
J? jo with doctors but did not help me
at all. Was persuaded to try your
Liver and Kidney Balm, took two
bottles and am now well and hearty
A lHsltt Written I aaanea.e.
and art st.
Vara far S.ST01 1 lfl.ri
Th. awfal street. o YoC 7H-
or asosraioiwd oraass. waakana. K iw
'n.2ill!".,n?i,' ,or 'M,X- - sod anran b sairkij eunebr
Z?2?,'fmtm anaaa Mrrve Grala. They rotonlr car.' br Martine at tfc.
otdtwsss. butare a Ciat IhFKVK TOS1C aad RldVaa B(ILtrfi, Krln,
sa..fc,ana 1 1. lea ii ws riKB mr 1 .i ts to t.
ji or tor an waa rlttoaaaratetasnreee
Os.al.a arra iirala t. atsa aaaa, a aara.
THE TRAVKLKK3' GCIDK.
St ?d.at K I A r Twentieth street dee
"CHI r depot corner Plfta avewoe and
rnlTf Bllaii ml en a t try fM a . .
Dearer Limited A Omaha,
ft. Worth. Dearer at CO.
Omaha iW Moines"""'.
rumana m aiinneapolis
Omaha A Dee Moines Bx..
ppmana Minneapolis Kg.
deaver. Lincoln A Omaha.
It 1:10 aaa
. ruul Minneapolis
ueovw, r. woria ei A. V..
tKanaas (Itv A et. Joacpb.
I Kock Island At Wsablnrton
S'hicago A Dea Molnea
1 1 aooi
f I tie am
Sock bland ABrooklya Ac.
I CIS pml
.!tnL. fOnmtm. tDaltT.arsaptewnday.
til ethers dallr Telwhone 10&L
Sunday evenings a Pullman sleeper win be at
the d. pot after lt:80, which will leave for Chica
go at x:S8 a. bl Monday.
BTJRLTNQToej BOUTS C B. Jk Q. BAlt-way-Depot
First svanas aad StxtoenU
street, M. J. Touns, agent.
TataPtS. I uava. sbbivb.
St. U, Springleld, Peoria. I
But. Quia via Monmoath a fMam t Ptl
Cblcasro, Mterllng, Clinton A
Dnbufuo t Ttabam t :Cpra
Peoria, Besrdatowa, Bar- I
llnston A West f t:4Spa tiiaOara
St. Paul 4V Mlnnaanolls dSS pa) f 3D sal
Merlin. Clinton Dubnqne: A pm.t S:4S pea
St. L , KsnMU nty. Denver
A Pac Coast via Oalesb rg TJS prnje g Jg am
apatby. tDally except Saaday.
QBIOAOO, MILWACKSB ST. PAITI.
Baflway Ractne m Bthweatars IMvlataa
Depot Twentieth street, bet a sea flaw and
Second ivonaoa, L. B, Greer. Agent.
TRAfSB. Learn, aaarv
htall aad Bxprees . tM aat flOses
St. Paul Zlprree 413 pel uzoZm
Freight sod Acconnodafn. gW am tOam
Daily except Sanday.
Dock Islabd si Psosxa Baixwat
Depot First Aveaaa aad Twentieth a.
TRAIKS. Lbsvs Aaarvs
atern Ex. The TrCbr". t:40 am 10M nn
Peoria StLoniaMaU kiZ 4:u.aa 4:u iZ
rpreas.... l:Spm 11:11am
Peoria Accom. Freight... M. t :10 pm IMu
Sberrard Aocoatavxialioa.... SKDsm 4 DO pa
C-ahle AocommodaUon S :40 am t -M pm
Cable Areommodartoa Spm ti am
raeraver trains leave C. r7i7. (MoHne
avenne) depot Its (6) Bxmates earlier thaa time
given. Trains marked a dally, all other tralaa
dally except Sunday.
RUaXUOTOM, Cbdab Bapids
T orthera Railway, depot foot of Brads
fgmfi, , Itaveaawt. Jan. asama. ea. Tkt A
DaTenport Tralaa. Luavu Annrvs
Peeeesmnt . be -M pan bib :st am
Freight..... pTaj i m M isj am
West Liberty Trains . ttorth. :rjouth.
Pnanngii..... I bTOam bl0 npm
......... laiataOpmi a4 Aasi
" Ho, .... IbT Snaai
fwaTbt I hS tSnn jblloua
a Daily, bually except saaaay. tlMfig north.
fOolne South and aeai. Mo. If runs t twees
Oenar Rapida and West Llbarty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Pam hlfMrf Smm
1 46 pm
Lv Rock Island
4 37 am
CHI At P Depot
tjm Ha i..i
Ar Peoria ..VT.
II Si em
ar inaiaaapous ......
f en eta
7 111 am
S IS am
at Darton.. ..........
is it am
arm aDais.. .........
Ar l.incola.. .........
If 4 am
Arttatloon w. .
Af Terra Baula
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria carry ihroaeh
oosehes snd sleepinw oars om Might
trains to principle cltlss.
6 Tlekst Afsst.
lSa!iJC?I1al SfZi SatVATioB. Ask
your druggiet bT a doat keep these. Writs direct
-Z0lmwi H UrietVaoa reos'iTof
I favs. anmAawtnamS
FT? J"'. ? n avenala. A. . Beits
faurtb Mssma tmt Twanlj -third street. Back