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WILL PLAN TO WIN
Chiefs of the Silver Democracy
Gathering at Chicago. -
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i.ii i hi miMMim.MMmiiitiiiil Waaalagtoa to Attend WnJto Metal
far Infants and Children.
Horn mt Com teraa with the avJomac f
iwH to apeak ef It wtttwt
Itlet Usm tvMy tarn Thee t
werl kM mr fam. It is
j tor InJajata and CUMm
Cafldrett Ilka it. It
ImIO. It wiU mt tWtr Ifrraa. Ia It Hrtkm hawe
whieh tm neoolaeely iW ftnd reUTly narfeet ar ft
Mea Thoroughly Ovaated McKlaleya
mm the Sara of Aaether Day eC b-
Ihulnm-WlUtaey (Uvea HI Views.
Washixotox, June 29. Senator Harris
has left hero for Chicago, to be present at
I the Democratic silver conference which
will be held In that city beginning to
morrow onder the auspices of the Demo-
Caarterla daertTwyu Worsen.
Caateria aMsty latarfaes.
Cast to fiwiU wrthg See. i CajsL
Cartto ewreo PUrrhana mIWM Cello,
rulWreo Tee ihlsqx Trwahloe.
O tlpatieaj and ITatal ay.
Caetarto deeo t etahs s atos, epiam,or other nnrowtio prepoi t .
Casdarlft Bail-natee thm fee) d, rogeJatoo the rteemaeli aad Wwala.
aVoaUthy am natwral sloap.
C fierla ie jmt wm tm
nettles Jy. It Is mo sold to train.
Pt mHvw amy erne to sell yea, aaythtme alsa the plea er promlae
that H is "jart ae gaad" sal wfll aa surer orery pnrpeae."
See that yew get O-A-g-T-O-K-l-A.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Health b the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
. it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medioal Institute Permanently located In Dawn port, Iowa
son compels the prodooen and coo
of this country, who bear all of its bur
dens, to give those English money-lenders
B3 worth ef labor, as worth of property,
and t3 worth of their life blood for each
dollar that they ever got from those En
glishmen. This is destroying oar eotn
try, and the Lfctnorratic patty intends to
condemn this policy In most emnhatio
WAS A OBEAT DAT AT CAXTOJT.
B '"r IV
DR. T. M . WALSH,
Formerly Cllales! rrorsMor la tweot Chicago's
toadta madlcal college.
DR. J. E.
Lai of Chlearo. formerly lumbhiiBf a,
0. wm Hospital.
BVWS IHUHLITI Kxbeostive drains.-sleeplessness, threatened in
sanity, ncmory, mantaj eeitaioas, or any other condition Me to aerroo sxhsnsticu.
Pi i rei aittaii.
UATAKKM iiyfpepsla. Asthma, Kbcutoat'gm, Scrofula. Syphilis. Blood.
!! u,mm "air sad permsasetly cared by ear advances sys
tani of Medicine. '
VAHitn;K.i.riN the most active cause of nerrons debilitT. Why treat
.""I? r? T9 aaaTsntse yoe a pmnsaeat cue ta sma dan by eu
awtaodl UidisMls cand to hi dsy pata.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peonllnr to their sex should consult ni.
ws y "'"."Tm" mmyp m kopr'es. sad w nwy be able to cure yea. Rarfleal
OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are. the Beat The numerous
ksovledcmwat w bsvc nottrcd fron ttia mwimmii tor oar mnufcaM rmwmm fa i
BMdtcai u4 inrxxsaJ caws Is proof coaclbflra that oer sdTsocod awlhiwis care wbsre all
ekertfll. TiMnfare.dsstvwtstlBMIUi outers, bat eaesalt us st ones and rac'o
yr pp- yM o . imwrw m m in vwwtt mi you cm e cared. Have yea passed
1 .. wwr riw. w.iwimw, . T III!
err ll.sni to sarnne provtn mir rrwlcnttai hUe. We make it sa object for roe to laves-
, bat einwalt as at once.
tiaueears, Ve eUrar pKUliau ofir yoa sash a fair proposition.
o ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN o
If r neos call, writs. Boadrsa eared by null. Hearst toI,ltat.ttel,
II . Is I BU.
OKFICK 134 W. Third St., MoCullough, Building, Dayenport, Iowa.
aasnvo atro TaamuiTieo asmisniBBS.
irvoo Want a
Warm all orer,
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 In BOCK ISLAND aad MOLINK
cratle bl-metallic organization. He Is
chairman of this organization, and has
been since it was instituted in this city a
year ago. Speaking of the purpose of the
conference Harris said it had been called
in order to afford the silver Democrats an
opportunity to compare views and look
the gronnd over preparatory to the na
tional convention, and tkat it would prob
ably continue daily until'the beginning of
the convention. He also said that the
meeting would not bo confined to mem
bers of the bi-metallic Organization, but
that there would be representatiues pres
ent from every state delegation friendly to
A Very RlgnlBeant Meeting. .
Further than this the senator declined
to commit himself as to the purpose of the
meeting, but it is learned from an au
thoritative source that the silver Demo
crats regarded this conforenee as a very
Important affair. The organization under
whose suspicca the mecHnir is called has
been laboring in season and out for the
promotion of the silver cause within the
Democratic ranks. They have had their
headquarters at Senator Harris' house,
and from that quarter have conducted a
correspondence with chosen representa
tives in all parts of the country to whom
has been entrusted the organization of the
silver forces, not only in every state, but
in every county in every state in the
Union where it was considered possible
to effect thsvlotlgtncnt of a silver idea.
Means Capture of the Chicago Convention.
1 he movement grew out ol the meeting
held at the Metropolitan hotel in this city
last summer, at which the plans were pre
pared and an executive committee, con
sisting of one member from each state,
was appointed. The work has been quietly
but very thoroughly'pcnorinecl. The pur
pose of the antc-convention meeting is to
so solidify the silver organization as to
render it thoroughly effective in the ex
ecution of the plans of the silver leaders in
the convention, and to also prevent the
encroachment of the gold forces. It is
also the purpoao to discuss the platform
to be adopted and also to consider the
availability of candidates.
One Finn That Was Impracticable.
There has been much correspondence
bearing upon these two points. The plan
has been to keep candidates in the back
ground until the conference could be held,
with the view of having the conference
free to choose. This has proved imprac
ticable, and It Is understood that the lead
ers in the movement fear that they will be
nnablo to control in this matter as they
hart at one time hoped ther might do.
They still hope, however, to be practically
able to make the platform before the con
WHITXKY WAS NOT FEELING WELL
Twenty-five Then nd People Make Thing
Lively in the Town.
Castos, O., June St. Probably Canton
will never again have such a "time"
politically as she had Saturday. One of
the incidents was connected with an old
IL-tg which was a relic of the famous Har
rison campaign of 1840, and old veterans
ay the scenes enacted here vividly recall
the stirring incidents ol that memorable
time. Hourly trains brought thousands
of Cleveland visitors to Canton over two
railroads. Delegations came from Apollo,
Pa., and various other distant points, un
til the crowds on the streets were various
ly estimated at 35,000 to 90,000 people. Of
all the stirring days since the St. Lours
convention none has equalled the enthusi
asm and scenes of rejoicing witnessed
Saturday. And there would have been
more if it had not threatened rain.
There were people enough, however, and
Saturdya night, with thousands of men In
line of march and fireworks everywhere
and more horns than have ever been blown
before in this town, the outcome of the
ratification inaugurated by the Tippo
canoe club, of Cleveland, was more of a
success than its most enthusiastic pro
jectors expected. The incoming delega
tions were met at the trains by a hundred
uniformed horsemen under the command
of hief Marshal Captain Harry Frease
and associates, and escorted to a vacant
acre block of ground mode vacant by the
city, the buildings thereon having been
rased for tho purpose of constructing a
Here there were speeches by the spokes
men of the delegations and by Major Me.
Kinley. In all the tariff was elevated to
the position of paramount issue, but Mc-
Kinley did not forget the "sound money'
issue and spoke in emphatic indorsement
of the currency plank of the platform. At
the night parado the major reviewed the
lino from .a stand erected on his front
lawn. During the day and evening
speeches were made by Judge V llliam R.
Day, a son of the late Ohio supreme court
judge, Iuther Day; President H. Wol-
cott, of the TlDpwnuoe club: Representa
tive GroRvenor; Charles Kmory Smith, of
Philadelphia, and others all being highly
laudatory of the candidate fur president.
Altjcrld Not Planning a Conn.
Sprigfi-eld, Ills., June S9. There is
nothing whatever of truth in the state
ment sent out from here that Governor
Altgeld was planning a coup to secure tho
nominflxion of ex-C-ongressman V iiliam
R. Morrison for president at the Chicago
convention. The governor himself said
so when questioned, in a most emphatic
manner. His excellency furthermore
denies positively that he held a secret con
ference with Colonel Morrison at Pontiac,
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Dr. Pca.'o Pennyroyal Pills
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nut, &aarwN,ll.9. Addanu fssx M&psEan Cbu CtvUad,Vl '
for Mia at Harper House Pharmacy, Book Ulan l.lll.
8EIVEKH 6fc ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
aa rate of earpan
Uffloa mni Shop 7X1 Twelfth, sUoat
How Ha Looks at tho Democratic Situa
tion Not Entirely Hopelew.
New York, June 29. William C. Whit
ney at his home gave out the following
"How Is the campaign progressing?"
"Like 18G0 if the truth must be told."
"What are chances of sound money in
Chicago?" "Unless the situation changes
and our southern and western friends are
disposed to reson with us, no chance what-'
"What do you hear from the south and
west? "Judging by the letters I receive
there is no apparent disposition to discuss
the matter at issue. I fear it has gone be
"Then yon do not look for a compro
mise?" "Compromise is impossible. De
basement of tbeenrrenry would be more
than monstrous in effect. ; It would be
abandonment of principle. It would dis-
L grace every citizen. It would be not
merely dishonest, it would be dishonora'
ble. And you cannot compromise a ques
tion of honor."
"What do you expect to do in Chicago'
"Do everything in our power to save the
party and protect tho country. That is
the plain duty ef every Democrat who
goes to Chicago, and it is none the leas the
duty of those who stay at home not to
hamper the efforts of thorn who go.
ion tio nof aesuntr oi succtsw men?
'No. We cannot yet tell whether the
knowledge of the attitude of eastern Dem-
ooats will affect the determination of the
aputhern and western Democrats who
have not known until within the past
week how strong the feeling here is. The
vigorous expression of our position may
cause hesitation, especially among the
rank and file of the Democracy who.
cannot believe, want to drive all the east
ern Democrats oat of the party.
s-PKiXGrm.D, Ilia, Jane . Governor
Altgeld was asked last night what he
thought of the interview given oat by
William C Whitney. He replied
'Nothing. The American people are not
yet ready to became the vasnls of the
English money-lender and his American
rant. . The policy which the govmmeat
ha pursued for more than twenty years
a the Instance of those eastern specnla-
H nil "Gets There" at Ie Moines.
Des Moines June W. Congressman
John A. T. Hull scored a tremendous vic
tory here over James G. Berryhill, who
was contesfing his sent in congress. Xo
such campaipn was ever carried on here.
It was a closely organized canvass on both
sides and each claimed he would win.
The majority for Hull is much larger than
his friends had dared to hope for. Out of
the UK) delegates in the county convention
Hull will have over l.'iO.
Beoaaea a man la a (dekpocket It deea
ao necessarily follow that he is not
well educated nor e eloae observer of hie
fellow noTtak. The latter trait night
be said to be an absolute roqnirement to
a Bnccessf al purloiner of pcnJtetbooka.
One of the gentry who possessed both
caaracteristics expressed himself the eth
er day to an Enquirer reporter at police
"There is no clan of artists who in
their calling are aa dexterous as pick
pockets. This is dne to a double inoen
tivt. Not enly do we And n bait for
effo.t and exertion in rracoeas, bat have
the added spar of a fear of failure.
Success means aa much to a pickpocket
to any man, and failure meana a
gnat deal mare.
"A vocation in which the slightest
alip means a loss of liberty and perhaps
or lue will ever be apt to have a degree
of expertnesa in its followers not present
in more reputable and safer avenues of
''Pickpockets, like poets and other
people, are born, not made. Their nerves
must be iron and yet as sensitive os in
stinct. Their hands tunet be as com
plete in make np and accomplishment
as Herrmann's, the magician, and strong
as steel, while light as down. Out of the
vast army of humanity who are soldiers
Of the shadows only one-fourth of 1 per
cent can or do become pickpockets.
"These form the nobility of thieves
and are reverenced by the burglar aa of
a higher class than they. The practice
of a pickpocket while not really at work
ia as constant as that of some fsmed
professor of the violin or harp. Ho
keeps pace with the profession. No
sooner does some jeweler invent a new
fastening for diamond pins or studs
than these men of finest touch devise
the motion which evades its purpose.
"The chief object of a piepkocket.
after certainty, is speed. Ho cannot
dally with his victim by the" hour.
What he does is to be over in a flash.
Speaking of pins and studs, there bos
never been a fastening so complex bet
the expert thieves could defeat it in a
motion. They do in their business as
fine work as any Hindoo, and the thief
himself could not analyse or explain its
detail. His powers of execution have
gone far beyond his powers of reception
"A pickpocket consults bis own nerv
ous condition constantly. No fine lady
ever has such a time with her nerves as
this aristocrat of the outlaws. If he
HnM not fast i-ioht. ho wra, ' 'n-nri
The beet salve In the world for
cuts, bruises, sores, uloara, salt
rhium, fever seres, tetter, chapped
hands, chilblains, corna and all akin
eruptions, ana positively cures
piles or no pay required. It la gnar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 26 oents per
com. a or s ie dt Harts ds uiiemeyer
Joseph Corking.charged with the murder
of his wife and sister-in-law, but not yet
tried, was taken from the jail at La Plata,
Md., and hanged by a body of "best citizens."
BUDLIL TOM AM
Toe will lad one coepan husde each t onace bat snd two coo pm tauide each 4 oanc bag.
state of John F. Boilmsn.
Tho tmaetslfiiod having bees i
tstrstrix of ins estate of Jobs r. Boll
late of the eoontr ef
state of minols, deeeaaed, hereby rlva notice
an sae win appear neroro wo eoontr court
of Rock Island coouty, at Us eflico of lbs clerk
of sold court, ia the city of Bock Island, at tee
aoaost term, en the tret Monday In it ur ft
next, at which time all peranns having eUtms
acainatasid estate are not j fled aad requested to
attend, ft tho p aroma oi bavin tha ad
All persona maeDted to said estate am re
quested to make wnswMliits payaMat to the undersigned.
Dated this fth dsy of Msy A. .. MM.
Bins. IliKKia Boixhas, Administratrix.
THE TBAVKLEB8 GUIDE,
sroaeo. book itlabtd a ran no
Railway Ticket can be psrrbaMd av baa
fancherhvjiit K ISf Twenttatk street dsnot
t isr eepot corner Firth evenwe and
rawy-drst otretrak H. ftiirimei. Agent,
Notice of Final Settlement,
state of Daniel renrte meeker. Deceased. -
Public notice i Serebr given that the tnder-
aiiraod. Robert Dootian, axecator, has this
day died bis ftual report and settlement
as Such la the county court of Bock
eland eoontr. and that nn order has ha
entered by aaid conrt spurovisc lbs tstd re
port, unless objections thereto or caase to the
contrary be anown on or before too SMb day
of June, A. D. ISM, and apon the final ap
proval of aaid report, the esld Hubert Doonaa will
ask for an order of distribution, and alU slro sak
to be diecbarKed. All persons interested are no-
uuea io aueaa.
Back Island, DL, Jane 1, ISM,
By C. J. Bbabx., Attotncf . .
Dtinvrr Lirtd nut..
ft. Worth, becvec ft CO..
Omaha ft Des Mo'.nes
tOaaha ft htinnespolfc. ......
OtnahsADr stole Sx...
urease a inneapolis ax..
ft. rani ft Minneapolis
r. worm m a c.
i ansa! nty at at. e-oaepa.
keek Ialand ft WaaainetMv
bthteaao ft Dee laotnee ..
Rock blandamaan Aeeoa..
Arrival, t Deiailnea trtallv awfitliti.
sjlotaersdabv. le'eiweae lir4.
Bands eren-rte a Pnllmaa eleener will he at
the depot after 10:80. which will leave ot Galca
ro st M a. aa. Monday.
BTJRLTMGTQN ROCTB-C, B. ft U Bdlb
way Depot First aveana sad litneanib
West. M. 1. Yous, aeat.
National Republican Headquarters.
Cleveland, June 29. Chairman Mar
cus A. Hanna, of the Republican national
committee, was asked if he had as yet
given the matter of national headquarters
any serious consideration and he replied
that he had not. and that it would bo
some time ere that would be done.
Shoo-p Given aa Ovation.
Boise, Ida., Juno 2H. Senator Shoup
was given an ovation on his return home.
All the town turned out to do him honor.
SUDDEN JUSTICE ON A SOLDIER.
He Commits Cowardly Murder and Is Or
dered Shot Without Arrest.
Valentine, Neb., June 29. Fort Xio-
brara was the scene of a murder and the
almost instant execution of the murderer,
under military orders Saturday. Just be
fore guard mount Private Weaver, of
company C, who was sitting on the com
pany porch waiting under arms to go on
guard, suddenly raiesd his rifle and after
taking deliberate aim shot and instantly
killed First tk-rgeant Livingston, of com
pany D, who was passing along the road
way in front of company C's quarters.
W hen the sergeat dropped four men ran
and picked him up. when Weaver fired
foiir shots at them, forcing them to drop
the sergeat and run for shelter. eaver
then fired several more shots, aiming at
any one who happened to come within
range of his rifle, but without effect.
Then first Lieutenant Clark, Twelfth
infantry, ordered Private trine, D com
pany, to shoot Weaver, which he did, the
boll entering his body, from which he died
within an hour.
The only provocation known for the act
is that a few days ago Weaver became en
gaged in an altercation with Private Hc-
Ix-roy, of D company, in which be fol
lowed McLeroy into D company barracke
and was expelled therefrom by Sergeant
Livingston. He swore vengeance on the
sergeant at the time.
Wkllstok, O., June 29. James Robin
son, a prominent politician, was shot and
killed by Frank Harrison. Robinson was
on a spree and abused his family. Among
the neighbors who came to the rescue was
Harrison. Kobinson attacked the latter
with a knife, when Harrison shot him.
Attempt to AanMBiaate toe Shah.
Tiflh, June 29.--U is reported here tha
an attempt has been made apon the life of
the shah at Teheran. The attempt vx
unsuccessful, the assassin being arrested
on the spot. He proved to be a member of
the Babi Mahommedan secret society.
Wheel aeraf fur lee Miles.
LoSDOX, June 29. At Hernehill R. Par
mer beat the world's bicycle record by
making 100 mile in three hours and forty-
seven miautes, seven and three-fifth,
Peath of aa OMa Candidate.
CrsctssATt, June 2a. Patrick Me-
Keowa, who was nominated at the Demo
cratic state - convention last Wednesday
for state load and dairy eomnuasioae
died at his hems here ut crMacra natsrbua.
a r- . "
. Publication Notice.
BTATB OF ILLIKOIS, t-.
Boon IsLaan Ootnrrr. I
In the annnty conrt at the Ms term, A.D ISM.
Brlnhold Letm h, v 1 nomas B. euvle, aUchard
. d. viiviK, m ijiam o. nrooss.
Affidavit that the resilience of the defend
ant, Williams. Brooks la not known and thai
cpon drigent inquiry bla filae of residence can
not te foand, Implrsdnd with tee shove defend
ani. TnomM t. eilvie and RirhuM S. hllvia bav
ins been Med In the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Ie Uieretore hereby
civen to the said aon-reaidect defendant that the
complainant filed his bill of cumnialnt in said
conrt. on tho chancery fide thereof, on the
Uth dsy of April, lrss. sad triat tberennon s som-
mon issued oat of eaid curt, wherein said enli
In now pendinr. rrtnrovble on the firM Monday
m the month of Bcotcmber next, as la by law re
now, nniem yon vne vuii nuuirraen de
fendant shove named. William S. Bras
ehall personally be aad appear before said circa it
conrt, on tbe first day of Uw Bert term thereof.
to oe Borneo at Kock Ialand m ana fee the said
county, os tb e first M ondsy in Seetorober neauand
plead, aaawerior demur to tbe said complainant's
Dili oi complaint, we came ana tue rraaen ana
thlnn ti ereln charred and stated will bo tal
aa confessed, ana a decree rttered aaiast yoa
ecco ruing 10 xur prayer of earn imu
Jtoca latana, nu, apni Ujiwro.
Gborob W. UalTBtft. Clerk.
tubsbob ft Mimsnu., Complainaiit'a Soiicitors,
The batcher, tha grocer, the
stove dealer every 'tradcr-.rr.aii
who finds it difficult to keep col
lars clean should wear the
and save the cost of laundry bills
It can be cleaned as often as
its owner wills, with a wet cloth
or sponge. The genuine inter
lined collars and cuffs with a
"Celluloid' 'surfaceareall marked
as above. Accept no imitations.
IT the dernier dam not keep them, send te m di-
t. I ,uns -3UC- ca
tlte tixe end etfle.
. TILE CKLLCLOTI) COMPAXT,
mTmmmWi X Brno lnrm.
E AnofS IEStaiaxSBB tsBB- w. V 1 J
tj -w mm
'"r. I an
Evtl Crrvma. I
and aa rebels ef self-
It eaickly aad surely
on has-tae- VITALIM. ao
Wtm adT InaanHr
lt.aoether. Can be earned Ie
mil .eOBi r astiaa am
nam la Cava ear stef aadl
orf -SwB a
ear sale by
BTATB Of ILLRroiS,
In the County conrt. Jnne term. A. D. 1
m-ries u. lirsnaeBDurr vs. msrv A. m.
widow, Jennie Derae, Jacob W. Ciltt, bta:lld
rbilllpe. Baran Adams. Calvin out, John K. falu.
t-ora aula, iaa air, wmiamum ana uemve a.
WiSL'ina. adm1nt.irator of aetata of XU stasia
m S'i ley. deceaseo.
rrtition to sen real estate in nay aenra.
To the shore asmid defeudaiim. Matilda
Pbilllna. Sarah Adams. Calvin ttitt and Wlilii
Affidavit of the non-rosldenee of roe. Matilda
Phillips. Calvin Uitt and William OiU. and afllda-
vit that yoa. Sarah Adam a, cannot tm foand. so
that process ran
I upon you, and that
upon diiicent inquiry your place of residence
cannot be aiwrrtafned. notice la hereby rivea to
yoa ana escn oi yon ins we noove named peti
tioner baa filed la tbe aaid conn his ne-
Ution agalnet yes for leave to Mil real retatt to
pay debu; that a summons baa been hmaec In
aid eanae ssmlnst yon, returnable to the Jans
term, A. D 18M, of said court, and
that said enue wss oa the first day
o' Jane. A. D. Ifits, by said snort con
tinned to tbe Ausun term of esld rosrt te fee
began and bolden st tbe court bouae la tbe city
of Bock Island, in MM county of Bock Island, ea
tbe fir-t Monday uf Angn1. A. D. isaa. at
which time and p ace yon will appear sad pi
anrvreror demur to rh'd petition if sou see fit.
Dated at stock island. 111 .tela 1st day er Jane,
. U., 1SW. IIJAIHAU KOBLBB,
Clark of Mid Coantv tkrnrt.
iwssssl ft vTAuaa. Bnllcitors for retiUooer.
Speoial Master's Sale,
BTATB or ILLntOM.
iioca lausB unm. I
In the mrcuit court, in ehaacerv. Bin for
Wlrt'.am Frey, eomplaiiiBnt. vs. Peter Frey sad
latnenne iinoirger, oereuoenia.
Motice ie ben-b rivea that by virtue of s de
cree or saia aoan. enierea ma noove ontmea
cane.on the 'b day ef June. A. u.
easn. is rat -roiv. us urn eay or jniv. A
t. 1S9S. at the bear of S o'clock ia the afternoon,
at the smith door of the ennn bourn, la tb city
or Koca iHa. is mm county or urn leiaua.
ell at nunrc vem.no, to ine airheet ntoer,
land. eTrusM la the
county of Bock Irlaad sad stats of IillaoM, kaowa
aid deemihed ns folloa:
I xx asmher tour f) in Morn atrmner taw f X) m
that part of the eity of Berk lelaod known sad
railed Lyade'e addition. heated la ths eosaty ef
Bock mUmd aao atata of lilinoia.
Alee the west tea lt feet of loteeefll la
look nember ene (1 ( m said LynaVa addrtaau
sed lot nnaMmr four (4) ia block aemser rwe rtl
m Howard's as-irnoe vt wo asm etry er pack
lalasf. tbe lnet two piece of twoptrty heme need
aa one piece of property etteMed ia us coaaly ef
Koes l.uaa ssa state er lines is
Alee lot Bomber roar 4t in Mock samhar five
fS Is that part ef the ettv of B"ek laioad called
Brian tnece. nnaM m no eounry or Hera
ana and state of Itliaeia. oa the loiiOwSmcta
Oae-UIrd n- oosh ia
two aaasl naymeiiu ta b- lecaiod by
Saortgaitas ea U premiaea poid. M d Botes In
bear tola lust at the rote of 7 per erst par aanam
aad to bu das la oao 1 aad twetli years Irrm
taeeaia or eeiaoeie a payable
Iatt u fnrk lammd. IiHaois, this Sot sy of
eaa av. w. sssn.
Inni Braaa. aerial
SaSASSi a Wat aaa, t aiumres for cegsi
A Uertftsome Compfaston
ts aaaost sae giran at nvm a 1
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St. L Sprhiirteld, Peoria.
Bar. tjain via Monameah T.-Ot am ' TC pm
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Doily. tDaily except Buaday.
CBIOaOO, atlLWAUKBB ST. FADI,
BaUaar Vtftea ft Umitaiaaailmu Iianal
Sunot Twentieth street, between Flat sad
Swaond avonaas, L. R. Greer, Agent.
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SUfaal hxurao.... 1lut ll:ltita
Freight and Aecoiriiaodst'n. g-o am :am
SaOy exespt Sunday.
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, Depot First Aeasae and rwastsUth st sat.
KaMara Blr Th Trll h" .
Peoria MLonie HaU Bs.
Paoria Accoaa. Freli-Lt
t :10 pm
1 trslaa lesva &. 1. ft P. (Kottna
tvranc depot fivo CA salntrva earlier (boa time
given, i raio marked aauy, nil
iwtr chch nunouy.
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Northern Tiallwwr. deurd feat mt r.raiu
street, Davenport. Jsa. Murton, wea. Tkt ft
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p"e4l.r Sontfc end eoaC o. IS mas ittusao
Cedar Jl.piaj and West Urwrcr.
To the East via ths
R. I. & P.
Perry Street depot
L Book Ialand.
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Ltaee east of Peoria carry throe?
eoaches and slcepinr ears oa algit
trains to pnnetpie auea.
. R. STOCKHOUSE,
Gea. Ticket AFeai.
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antskes twice aa much . ',.i;
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