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CiiMt imMasrea TowtaJsnt TrwaVloa.
Casiaela r jO Ujallaa aaiaT Watal ey;
Caatorto atrall taa aBMsats of caxVemla acid Rao ar pola air.
Oaatorto a'saW aWt a)ihirVli , emiwaa, ar stWt marc ntlo su aaai t .
atem tarn food, roeralatao taa svamnack smut Wwols,
ato awltty aJ seatsnrsJ aWaw
OaaWrto to pa, wp la aaMHslae awttlee awry. It Is mot 13 to ealk.
Pea's agger aay mm to sag yam wyttht ala tta plow ar presume
taatHto'jartaa gss4'am I'wOli
gaa ttrt yaa gat O-A-S-T-O-m-I-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical InititnU Pernanentlj located ia frTsfeport, lorn.
DR. T. If. WALSH,
t (Talral Pi at ana ia la tnrfmairt
iMOag Mdlcal Colleges,
DR. J. K. WALSH,
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HIBVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, aleeplesaneas, threatened la-
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood.
ZmT 4mmm " " euvsaosdeyi
VARICOCELE la tha moat active oauee of aerrous debility. Why treat
WOMEN So fferinr from diaeaaea peculiar to their tax should consult as.
tiitdiycmi Ha up at hopslsss. and we way bo able to cm yon.
apamUoMpnlM.dalKHifhaawirdMlrad. Atelosainal aid brai'sugary aJpiarty.
OUR CREDENTIALS and Teatimoaiala are the Beat The anmerona ao
fcawrynaiaa)w hsve received from tho spapsis for oar raaarkabl can la both
S2ri.T 722? ta orocf evasive wwi methods wTTid
oUarafoll. Ttmlrn, do not nM Km with oioers, bat ooasslt a at oaooaadraniii
alllonTOMptnTtiiaoarcrrdnittelclklM. W ante It an object fotyoa T bma
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Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
in Rock Island, .
Offioca ia BOCK ISLAND and HOLOT
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for aale at Harpax Hooaa Paanaaey. Book Ialaad.111.
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CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Oflee aad Shop TH TuaUtk itreet
CtJBA ONCE MORE,
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Probably for the Last Time This
. Session of Congress.
KOSOAI ESOTOS UP THE xatteb,
Wataaiaa to Bavaaa
ftaftai ilMloNlf iTIia Ti If laa II ITatj
Froycrty Hoooe Scata Blaakcr la Ptaeo
of Oairalac nilaoto Detegatloa Solid. .
WaaantoTOV, June ft. Morgan asked
for action la the senate on his resofatlon
reqoeating the president for information
as to the oaptnre of the Competitor by a
Spanish Warship and the condemnation to
death of United States dttsens; whether
any demand has been mad 3 far the release
of the United States citizens. The sena
tor said that while the case was one of
groat grattty, Involving the unwarranted
condemnation to death of American citi
eens, yet no inform flon was available ex
cept through press report and rumors.
The executive branch had not given die
slightest-Information on the subject. He
argued that it was the duty of the presi
dent under the constitution to keep con
gress advised on the state of the Union,
and In particular on foreign affairs.
oaaosta" Only a Coorteoos Castosa. j
Of late a courteous custom had arisen
to adopt resolutions making requests on
the president for information, but this did
not relieve the president from the duty of
giving full information. And it was only
of late days, Morgan said, that this failure
of the executive to give information to
congress had grown up. When . some
question waa raised by Sherman as to the
propriety of Morgan making public use
of the testimony of Lawrence before the
committee on foreign relations the Ala
bama senator sharply rejoined that there
should be no such concealment and hiding
of facts from the country. Morgan said
that the testimony of Lawrence, who was
present at the Competitor trials at Ha
vana, showed the grossly irregular charac
ter of the proceedings.
ghoald Scad Bblps to Cuba.
"And yet," declared the senator, "the
president pays no more attention to the
subject than though It had been the
slaughter of some poor negro or mulatto
in the Cuban army." Before congress ad
journed, he said, it should know from the
prosidont what the situation was, and if it
was true that hundreds of men are penned
up in a small room; whether these Ameri
can citizens are to meet death without a
fair trial. "In the event that those Ameri
can prisoners are not released and de
livered to the president," concluded Mor
gan, "we should authorise him to send
ships of war to Cuba and make war suffi
cient to secure their release.".
Proskteat Doing His WUh Dnty.
Sherman said that such proceedings in
tho senate should be in executive session
and the galleries were cleared. Sherman
and Lodge then mario brief explanations
of their visit to the White House and their
conference with tho president, saying they
had gone there as a sub-committee of the
foreign relations committee. They ex
pressed the opinion as a result of that In
terview that the executive was using all
due vigilance iu tho protection of the
rights of American citizens, and said that
while it might be well enough for con
gress to put forth its opinion n regard to
the situation in Cuba In the shape of a
joint resolution thege was little probabili
ty of getting suchW resolution through
without prolonged debate which, in view
of the general desire for early adjourn
ment could not be had.
VOPCLAB ELECTION OF SENATORS.
Polawr TOIcos Oecaaloa to Comment oa
Politics fat the Prairie State.
After Morgan had spoken and reiterated
what he had said In open senate his reso
lutions went to the calendar and the open
erosion was resumed, the bill for a consti
tutional amendment for popular 'election
of senators being taken up. Mitchell of
Oregon argued that the refuiui would do
away with the pool room dobauchery of
primaries, eliminate the influence of local
bosses, minimize the Influence of wealth,
create a closer relation between the people
and the senate, and overcome the element
of monarchy and aristocracy in the present
system. The measure was supported also
by Perkins of California.
Palmer, in responding to a suggestion
of Chandler that he (Palmer) might not
be returned to the senate, asserted that
new issues had risen since his former elec
tion after a popular canvass. "On these
Issues I have the misfortune to differ with
the machine of my state," declared Pal
mer. "The machine has the control of
Illinois. The machine has the control of
other states. The machine is agatnst me.
I defy he machine. Whether the machine
Is stronger than the people remains to bo
At another point Palmer said that
throughout, his political life he never had
submitted to the machine. Like Sir
Roger de Coveriy, he had come into fash
ion about every ten years, and just now he
was out of fashion. He was no longer In
the political field. He had, he said, played
his part in state and national affairs, and
at all times he had insisted on acting as a
free man. At this late day it was not for
him to submit to the domination of a
machine. Palmer went on to show that
a most salutary result from popular elec
tion of senators would be freedom from
machine control. .-
The matter was postponed to the second
Monday in December next. The feeling
for an adjournment was indicated by the
Introduction of a resolution by Aldrich
fixing Monday next at t p. m. as the time
for adjournment. Aldrich said there was
general desire to adjourn, and he be
lieved the pending disagreements on ap
propriation bills could be wound up in
twenty-four hours if a little pressure was
exerted. The resolution was rcfeiied to
the committee on appropriations.
IIXIXOH DELEGATION SOLID. .
Blaakcr Seated fat tho Roaso la tho Place
- of Fiaia E. Dowmte
Washtsstos, June ft. The principal
work of the house was the seating of Bin
aker from the Sixteenth Illinois district,
In place of Downing, the sitting member,
thus making the Illinois delegation in the
house solid BepubHcan. The Democrats
fought this measure to the extent of aban
doning their scats In a body, but theehalr
man Payne rtfnaed to note this move
aad refused to put appeals- from his de
cision. McMIUin appealed for more time,
saying that all the minority members of
toe committee were 1U.
Grosvenoc asked aim ia view of the
he would guarantee a quorum if the delay
"K there la any dirty work to bo done
in an election ease," shouted mu"
"we can rely on the other side to furnish
quorum." Amid a great uproar Mo
Niljln ejaculated something further
which could not be heard above the din
and eonfuaton. - Payne order McMtlHn'e
remarks stricken from The Record, and
when the latter angrily retorted that ho
was being unjustly treated ordered him to
take his seat. The Tennesseean sat down.
The previous question was ordered 164
to 67. McMilUn moved to recommit. The
motion to recommit was lost (8 to lot
The vote was then taken on the resolution
declaring Rlnaker entitled to the seat and
It waa agreed to 167 toB. Only three
Republicans Kvans of Kentucky, Moody
of Massachusetts and Sherman of New
York voted with the Democrats against
the resolution. Rlnaker waa escorted to
the bar of the house by Cook of Illinois,
where the oath was administered to him.
The house also unseated Lockhart
(Dcm.) from the Seventh North Carolina
district, giving the seat to Martin, a Pop
ulist indorsed by the Republicans. Today
was made individual suspension day by a
special rule, thus cutting off Kern In his
obstructive tactics. A resolution was
adopted requesting of the president and
the several cabinet officers a detailed state
ment of the removals from office since
March 8, 1896, and the appointments since
that date, together with the number of
ex-soldiers who have been appointed, pro
moted, reduced or removed.
RAILWAY DEMANDS PROTECTION,
Bat It Doesat Prevoat atllwaakoo Thugs
. Mrlng oa Aaother Street Car.
Milwaukee, June 'ft. Formal notice
has been served on the sheriff of Milwau
kee county by the Electrio Railway com
pany that he must protect the company's
suburban lines and men who work there
on, and if unable to do so a call must be
made on the governor to order out troops.
The notice was served through the com
pany's attorneys. As a result of this noti
fication Sheriff Stanley took a force of
fifty deputy sheriff to Silver City, the sub
urb where the Iriots occurred Thursday
night, and lined the street railway tracks
At midnight last night several shots
were fired into an electric car at the corner
of. Eighteenth and Walnut streets. But
one passenger was in the car, E. H.
Thomas, a Philadelphia business man. He
received a bad wound in the leg. The shots
came from a point on Eighteenth street
and were continued as long as the car was
in sight. The two men shot Thursday are
still alive, bnt Motorman Breen cannot
live. Tho police have learned that the
party in the bush numbered twelve or
fifteen persons. Six arrests have been
WINDRATH HANGED AT CHICAGO.
Man Who Murdered Cashier Birch Dies by
the Hempen Collar.
Chicago, June 6. One minute after 13
o'clock yesterday Joseph ftndroth was
hanged in the north corridor of the coun
ty jail, thus paying the law's penalty for
the murder of Carey B. Birch, cashier of
the West Chicago Street Railway com
pany at the Armitage avenue office. Noth
ing hod been left undone to save his lifo
and the most plauslblo plea put forward
was that he was insane. A jury decided
him sane after hearing the usual contra
dictory expert evidence. The prisoner did
a pretty good Insane act, at any rate, from
tho time he was convicted until the rope
choked his utterance. .
His plan was a wild shout of "Hang up
Mannow (his accomplice in the murder);
"Put him in the bad box;" "I don't want
that hat" these were his cries when he
was saying anything and he was shouting
them as he went through the trap. Just
before the execution he made several os
tensible attempts to butt his brains out,
but he didn't hurt himself. He was al
ways a thief and bod man, according to
his biographies in the papers here.
Stotuos to Meade aad Hancock.
Gettysburg, June 6. In the presence
of a great throng of old veterans and other
citizens yesterday statues were unveiled of
General Meade and General Hancock on
Gettysburg battlefield. The ceremonies
were impressive, and the Meade statue was
unveiled by George Gordon Meade, a
grandson of the general.
AppUcatfcna for a Receiver.
Decatur, Ills., June ft. Jefferson G.
Willard and R. W. Hight have applied for
a receiver for the Municipal Electric com
pany, alleging mismanagement and fail
ure to make it yield the best returns. The
two petitioners hold a mortgage on the
plant. Judge Vail withheld his decision
on the application.
Comaatrf lal Travelers Oct Throng.
Terrb Haute, Ind., June ft. The busi
ness of the seventh annual convention of
the Travelers' Protective association was
completed yesterday. Changes were made
in the constitution to comply with the in
surance laws of various states. John A.
Lee, of St. Louis, was unanimously re
Storm Does 010,000 Damages.
DEB MorsES, Juno ft. A storm at At
lantic did about $10,000 damage by hail to
the window glass and crops. Bull creek
was greatly swollen and moved a few
houses and barns from their foundations.
One woman and two children had narrow
escapes from drowning.
asalgooMt of a Grata Dealer.
Decatur, Ills.. June ft. John W.
Walker.untU recently in the grain business
at Whlker, has assigned to Robert H.
Woodcock. Liabilities are SSS.OU; assets
include a farm and homestead, value not
given. Bad investments wero the causa
of failure. - .
More Csjoerfal Outlook at St. Loula.
St. Louis, June ft. Affairs in the storm
ridden district of the two cities are taking
on a more cheerful aspect. The first rush
for relief is over and now there is evidence
of general improvement in the condition
of tornado sufferers at the district relief
Fall Baa gtorlos to PaoAtt. .
Omaha, June . J. H. Eggers, employed
In the construction of Swift's new packing
house at South Omaha, fell from the roof
aad received injuries which resulted ia
his death a couple of hours later. Eggers
was a contractor widely-known. He fell six
They Sold Gold to Bare. .
CanES&E, Wyo, June 6. The owner
of the Cambria coal fields have just dis
covered that the cool which they have been
surfing atts per ton carries SS to SSgokl
Xcw York EiaauacUt.
Haw Toiuc, June K.
Honey oa call was easy at S per cent.;
prime mercantila paper. 45tt per cent.;
sterling oxrhango steady, with actual bnai
Bess ia bankers' bills at im&UBH for do
mand and 87434S7)a for sixty days; posted
rates, and 4831bVH; commercial
Silver cortlflcatea, sales KXeon, at 09; bar
silver. ASM; Mexican dollars, KS!4.
United tttatca governnioat bonds steady;
new 4 registered, 11H; do coupons, 116H;
6's reg-isterel. llJtfr; do. coupons, 113"; 4"s
registeved. W5i; do. covd). mia; rsreria
tered,WH; Pacific of t, HW)4
Chicago Oram aad Prodaos.
' Chicago, Jane S.
Followrag were the quotations oa tlx
Board of Trade today: Wheat Jane, opened
KTSc closed aw;; July, opened fiSJse, cknej
Sjc; September, opened apJtc eloaed OJLc.
Corn J una, nominal, clueed Slfc; July,
opened closed Wc; September, opened
SHc clowd &Ho Oats Jane, nominal,
closed lc; July, opened irjc. closed lT3c;
September, opened lS.igc, eloaed 18)c. Pork
Jane, nominal, closed $7.14; July, opened
S7.13. closed ST.a, Lard-June, nominal,
cioeed tt&Hil July, opened SUES, dosed
Produce: Batter Extra creamery, 13e pet
lb.; extra dairy. tai3c; freeh packing
stock JH8o. Eggs-Fresh stock, c per
dozen. Live Poultry-Turkeys, Jwo per
lb.; chickens (bens), 7),Trjic; roosters, 6c;
ducks, 10c: geusu, $4.UM.S0 per dozen.
Potatoes Oood to choice, HbrfiXtc per bush
el. New potatoes, tl.anU.J5 per barrel.
Appko Fair to fancy, $3.50r.?4.25 per bar
rel. Honey White clover, 13v!4c per lb.;
broken comb, aioc: extract -d, &c. btraw
berries Michigan, e0c81.00 per lH-qnart caap.
Blackraapbemes, $2.00 per 24-quart case; red
raspberries, $1.6ftfcS.0O per 24-pintcase.
Chicago Live Stock.
-.. . Cuicaoo, Junes.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Es
timated receipts for tho day, 1S.0UO; sales
ranged at $.'.03.S pigs; fJ.aitfiJ.46 Ugbt,
$2.Hic3.(W rough packing, SJ.USM.3i mixed,
and S3.053.33 heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for tho day,
S.5W); quotations ranged at $4.10(4.40 choice
to extra shipping steers, $3.tW4.15 rood to
choice do., fJ.tklft.4.00 fair to good. $3.to&8.M
common to medium do., $U.&Q3.80 butchers'
steers, $2.605i3.stockers, SS.sffi&S SO feeders,
S1.50j&3.S0cows, $2.80p8.W heifers, $2.0a&8.d
bulla, oxen and stags, $.0Q?.oi Texas steern,
and $3.Kg.50voal calves.
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for
the day, 14,000; sales rangodat $2.90&3.M west
erns, $-'.30(&3.40 Texons. $2.Sa4.3) natives and
0.0006 00 lambs.
Corn atotTc. -1nts
, Hay Timothy, $11; upland, to 81 j wild,
stooga, STs$S; saiaZMejSlUO; millet!
Buyer Pate to came, IIKo; freak
' Cottle Butchers pay far
aSKS""0" . neoajaitc, calves,
aprlog lamb-St J063M s head. .
"SB Baby was atsk, we rave fear Coster.
Wkoa she vas a CttOd, she cried for CasSsrhv
vrkoa she beeoaee Wm, oho ehaag toCasssrlk,
Whaa aba bad Cauldron, see gave taMOssaxshw
Children Cry for
Pltcher'o Castorla. .
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pages beautifully illus
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There are many
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nieces of yours. You will be surprised how many
of these women are using the v
Make inquiries and ift finder of these users who
wants to change, write us a letter. If you find every
user of the Majestic willing to recommend the Range,
will it not prove to you that you should have one.
If you are thinking of buying
a Cook Stove, before buying
make this investigation.
H BJESlOn SOU, Acents.
1616 Second Avenue. - - - ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Bstste at James T. Dlxoa. deceits.
VnaBdersiraed having boon appointsdoxoea.
tor of she last will aad testament of James
T. Dixon, late of the county of Bock bland,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby fives notice
that he will appear before the eonnty court of
Bock Island county, at tho oftVo of ike clerk of
said eoott, ia the dtv of Hock Island, at the
July teim, on the arat Monday ia Jaly next,
at vblch tlms ail persons hsvinv claims afminat
ssid estate ore notined and requested to oUoad
for toe purpoee of havtnc tAe eme sdjnstad.
All persons Indebted to said o late are to-
J nested to emks lsnodlate payment to tho an
orslaued. Dated this 8th day of May, A. D. 1BSS
Pavbick Dixoa, Sxocuto.
. Administrator's Notice.
Estate of John P. Bollmaa. deceased.
The uaderalroed having been appointed admta
Istratrix of the estate of John P. Bollmaa
late of the loanty of Book Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby rives aotke
i hat she will .appear before the county court
of Bock Island county, at the office of the clerk
of said court. Id taa city of Kock Island, at the
Aerast tens, oa the Irst Monday m August
next, at which time all neisons having claims
arsinstsald estate aroaotlfled and requested to
attend, for tho purpoee of having the oaata ad
Justed. All persons Indebted to said estate ate ra
auested to make ianeediaie payment to the aa
ersignod. Dated this tStb day of May A. D., 18M.
Mas. HaasAH Bolbaii, Administratrix.
STAT OP ILLINOIS, 1
Boos. Islaiid Cocjrrr,
In theOircuit court ia chancery, September
Sadie Dickinson v Herbert Dickinson.
Affidavit of Bon-msideooa of the shove defend
ant, Herbert Dickinson, having been flled In the
clerk's omce of the circuit court of said county,
notice is ihrrrfore hereby riven to the raid non
reatfent dofendsot that the complainant II led bet
bill of complaint In said court, on trie chancery
side thereof, on the St h day of May. ItAM. and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein sale aulta now pending, returna
ble on the Am Monday iu the month of Hestem
ber next, as is by law required.
Now, nnlrss you. the eald non-resident defend
ant above named, Herbert Dicklar-on, shall person
ally be and spoesr before said circuit court, on
the flrst dsy of the next term thereof, to beholden
at Rock Island in and for the ssid county, on the
nmt Monday iu September next, snd plead, answer
or demur to thesaid complainant's Dill of com
plaint, the same and the matters snd things
therein charged and stated will Le taken as eon
'eased, snd s decree entered against yoa accord
ing to the pmyerof ssid bill,
1 . . , . Gsoeue W. GihslS. Clerk.
Rock Island. TH.. MsyT.18.
S. -H. KsswoaruT, Complainant's Solicitor.
ST ATB OF ILLINOIS,
KoCB ISLJUTD OOCSTT,
la ths eonnty court at the Mar term. A.D., WW.
Rclabold LeUcb, v 1 homes s. buvis. Bichsid
8. Silvi. William 8. Brooks.
Affidavit that the residence of the defend
ant, Williams. Brooke Is not known aad that
upon diligent Inquiry his plaea of residence can
not te found. Impleaded with the above defend
ants, Thomas S Silvia aad Richard B. Sllris hav
ing been Bled In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is therefore berebf
given to the ssid non-resident defendant that the
complainant Sled his bill of comotaint la said
court, oa tho chancery tide thereof, on the
Itth day of April, less, and that thereupon s sum
mons Issoed out of eald cuort, w beret a setdrutt
is now pending, returnable on the list Mundny
in the month of September next, as Is by law re
quired. Now, unless you the ssid non-resident de
fendant" above named, William 8. Brooks.
Pball personally be and sopear before said circuit
court, on the Sim day of the next term thereof,
to be boldea at Rock I aland ia aad for tho eaid
coonty.ua theSrst Monday in Beotombernextnd
Clead, answer or demur to the aaid complainant's
ill of complaint, the same snd the matters and
things ti ereln charged and stated will be takes
as confessed, and a decree ei.tr red agaiast loa
according to the prayer of ssid bill.
Bock Island, ilL, April 11. 1M.
. Geo sou W. ttAwara. Clerk.
rnaonox A Majhuau. OompUinaai's tMlcltorr .
Bala of Real Estate.
By virtue of aa order and d cores of
the county court of Bock Island coun
ty, IlllnoU, mono aa tho petition of
the undersigned Charles Sebreiher, adminis
trator of the set ate of Olaf A. Anderson decosstd.
for lesve to sell ths resl eetsts of said deoaaeed,
at the May term. AD I8S6. of said court, lo
wit : on tbe 11; h dsy of Msy IMS), I shall oa ths
ltb dsy of June sett, betweea ths boors of
10 o'clock in ta forenoon and 4 o'clock la tbe
afternoon of sold dsy. to wit: st tbe hour of 1
o -clock In I be afternoon of said dsy, sell at pub
lic sale, at the south door of tbe court bouse la
the city of Rock Island, la eald county, all the. in
terest of said Ulaf A . Anderson, deceased, at the
time of hie dlseese, snd also tbe homestead aad
dower interest of tho widow Iu snd lo the real es
tate d'seribed as to. lows, to-wit:
Bsginnleg at the northeast corner of tho south
half (Si) of the aoetesst quarter (!!
of section nsmoer are (5), la town
ship aumber eeveateea rf aorta, ssnra
number one (1) west of the fourth (4) principal
meildiaa, thence south oa eecaua line if (sin
feet tor a rtarUn point; taraee west oao baa
dred aid twenty-ehrht 1J) feet, thence sooth
fty (60) feet, thence east one hues red twentv
elguto) feet, theace north fifty (SO) feet to tle
place of rx-c anlet All Usee te run parallel with
the coriesvoodrsg settle boes, rrservubc a strip
twoaty-etght feet ) feet wide aa the east aide
for s road. Being It premises now kaowa and
described as lot numaor two (1) ta black aumhi r
"'v, 'a'laaOo Child's addition to Ike dty
of Molloe. as deoigaaledoa tho wusulid slat of
satdaddiu m. tabjto twomoSUoe Tfot
JSS:anV? 5sU hn sblyavo dotWr.
(WM 00) with bMcrost sa eeva per cent from
July f.s. m osnmd by JalksrW LVTdlnVtoo.
'orft7 J041" - wit rstananUMreo.
st the rats f sevea per cent per annum sad
b MWoa, sold above dJerihed
premises being situated la Bock Island coaaty,
I.lois.ouiw follow leg terms, te-wil: Cash is
haad. Dated this LIU oay of MayA.D.lWt
CUiSl sa bcaaataaa.
AnatelstrstoT of the estate of OUT A. Asdersou,
Jacxsqu 4 Htrarr. Attoraays.
esre."sH?iMiNL Swiew i
frVsw. Vswaif Jessd a Mad eat 5 fa V
I' aiai 1 si Anrasssas.srsamda.
THE TSAVKLEny GUIDE.
PmOAOO, BOOK tSLAMD M PAOPIO
Ralrwsy Tickets caa be purchased sr hoa
or p H I A p depot oornor Fifta s venue aad
.umr'wOT i.wij is au numasi
Denver Limited A Omaha.
Pt. Wortk. Denver A K.0.
aa Des Molnas.
tOanaba Minnea Dolls.
Omaha a Des Moines Bx..
tUataba A Mtnssspulls Ba.
Denver, Lincoln a Omaha..
St. Peal A Mlnneapolts....
Dwever. Ft. Worth A R. C.
IWassaaClty t St. Joseph.
iKock Island A WssUnsttoa.
y""Bw eurs moinoe....,
Boca blandABrooklya Ac.
Bast. I Was.
it to em
it r.ss am
Iff 40 ass
ArrrvaL tPsisutars. tDairy.
-.. werwi,v -IWieVSKBSS 1UWU.
Bunday evenings a Pullmsa sleeper will ba el
the depot after lflTao, which will wave for Chlce
go at : a. m. Monday.
dtjrijngtos) boctb a. a
woy isspot nrst m
street, BLsT. Toona, agwat.
BDrinvSeld. Peori. I
Bur. Quia via Monmouth e f Mam' f pm
Chlcaco. assrllng, Olialoa Aj
Peoria, Beardetown. Bur-
llnrlon W est
St. Paul A Mlnoesnolls I
Bterlitsv. Clinton Dubuque -J6 nm;t S: pm
St. L , Kansas City, Denver
Pac Coast vis Oalesb'rgl 1M pa M em
Daily. TDallj except anaday.
rHICAOO, MILWADKKB A ST. PALL
sUnvmy-Raeass A fcuthweststa Btvhtioa
Depot Twentieth street, betweea fin and
Second avenues. L. H. Oreor. Agwat.
TBAfltS. Laava. asjovu
gff ""- ttajam tpm
Bu-Paul Kxpreaa 4.-0S pm Uauaai
Prsight and AccommodstTa. s3 S auam
Dally except aanday.
DOCK ISLAaTD PBOBIA fiAtLWAT
TRAIN B. Lsavs ABarva
BasWrn Br. "TTe TrUbj"... 4:40 au eo Lra
Peortaa WLouia Mail tx. .osam S:S m
Bxprass m U:lam
r!;!Cf'"m- Fret T:l0pm IMw
bhJAeoanonatloa.... I:uOsm M put
jwnuo) depot Ire (i) miantee earUsv than tims
given. Trains marked dauy. all other amino
daily except Beodsy. mmam
DuBUNOTOsT, CbTDAB BAPIDB 0
Northern Railway, exrnot foot of Br&'s
Mc4vmrpa)t. Jss. morsss, ttoa. Tbt 1
Paswepert Trslns. Lbaw Aaarva
PV , bsTstam bl0:at sai
Protent. wTtsn n im ia
West Liberty Tra.as twonk. itaouth.
Pssuiaaii . -.. Ml earn bieTinta
arT"atalgl . p.
. alOwtt pm
a Daily, huauy exeeut wsaaav.
tOetnsr Boetk aad ssmsL Mo. IS
OadsrB spies aad Wsat Liberty.
To the East via the
R.. I. & P.
Lv Daveiipisit.... . ..
. Perry Street depot
I Roek Island.....
C8I P Depot
Twertieth st Depot
ar reorta ..w.
Ar IndiaaaooUs .....
Ar Colnmboa ......
Ar Hprinsficld .....
Ar at Loais.. .......
Ar Lincoln. .......
Ar Bvansvlila. .......
Ar Terrs Hsuvs
4Sam taiaal lpa
I IS am
4 W mi
a i.i m.
a ha um
1 10 Mw
la n sat
as am isopm
4 45 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Linos east of Peoria carry ttroara
eoacbes and sleepine; ears oa algbt
trains to principle eitiea.
Gem. Tlskat Afreet.
I... f t-;Mis-- '
are tbe most rowsaruu saps, raunrt and s
tlABLS. of this slad ia the market. Thesririnal
aad onlf renuras Woman's Salvatioh.
Irs cyst If no Swat keep them Write Sin
and we will send M diieet spaa receipt of
(1. sealed. y mail repaid. A. t. &
h arcane aad Twoasy -third street. Bock