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street. Oeorce W. Wood,
airent. The trains for Du
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via Illinois fide of rive-. Truins for Kreejwrt
nnl Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
ton an! tiivauca-
A1I trains will connect at Savanna for points
earn and west.
Filipino InsuVection Has a Very
Few Mori Kicks Coming
It Wold Appear.
LEADERS TALL tVEK EACII OTHER
Dubuque and St. l'aul
A Pi'mn m. ul-n Inn
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TfOCK ISLAND A PKORIA
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A. Patterson, General Passen
ger Agent. Pa-Merger tralnj
leave C, K. I. & P. (Mo
Una -avenue) depot Cve (5)
minutes earlier than tlxbe
riven. E. L. Goff, Agent.
Bpr'iCeld, CLnolnnatl, Peo
ria, etc '10:20 pm
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la, etc. P:05 am 6:33 pm
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Trains ma'ired daily; all otber trains dallj
To lid Alxiaid Vmvln Sain' Hand
Vhj;oii SrteralN'oUtblc Sur-
icjkUts CHsctriow nlej.
Washington. M;t,v 1. Two import
taut cabh-Kf.iuis wve m-civcd .vest.-r-lay
iit the v:ir lt iu lun nt Honi tlt'U
cml MurArthiir atMaiiila. In the
ojjiuiou of the ottiiii! ;Le news con
tiiineil in ttieui luaili i'.ie ;iluiot ioiu
jilttf tIIa5sf of ciH iizct rebellion
in the ruilipjiiiiL-.s. U'te eablegrauis
utc as follows:
(leneral Tinio turroinlered with his
eominaiHl today at sinait. lie will de
liver all liu-ii ami guns in his eoui
luand sis soon as they tan be gathered
U'gother. This coiiinleiely p.-ieites the
:vst dcp.-trt nieiit. northern I.r..oii, for
uany imnitiis the worst iu Luzon.
"Colonels i 'iprano .1 "ailao and ;re
orio Katibac. Ialvar"s best ofluors,
fetirrendered to t'olouel .Ia-ob Kline at
Lipa on April '.VS. with twcnty-ihree
olticers. luS inrn and eighty-six riiles."
l.iulnn'i Iloul Formidable Foe.
Tinio is said here to have been, with
Ale j.-imli ino. one of the highest nttieers
in the insnrree! ionary fone. Up was
in eoininaiid in northern Luzon lnriu
ihe lanioiis chase after i'ommandor
(iilmore. Malvars, whose colonels sur
rendered to Kline, was also olio of th
best-known Filipino leaders, lie was
Law ion's most formidable foe. and
commanded the iiisurreclos at the lisriit
at Zapote river, il.e most serious bat
lie fought in the l'hilippines. lie lias
onlineil his operations to southern Lu
zon, which never has been coinpletoly
Mibjiiiraied. and Lipa. where the sur
render occurred, has ions been tine of
the principal insure arsenals.
Only One Fillpinu t'liiff Louse.
It is said at the war department, by
officers reeenlly back from the l'hil
ippines. that there now remains in the
Held in Luzon only one hit f whom
they are particularly desirous of catch
in jr. namely, failles, the head hunter.
This man has violated every rule of
warfare and it is not expected that he
will be taken alive.
Later the following cable message,
dated yesterday at Manila, was re
ceived "from General MaeArthur an
noimcinjr several other important sur
renders in the Philippines: "Juan and
P.Ias Yillani"i leaders in A bra. sur
rendered at F.a mined April "JT: now cn
j:a?ed in asseniMins scattered com
mands: delivered arms. Ajrlipay. ex
priest, leader of I locos of Norte prov
ince. I.ii.Dii. surrendered at Laoaj;
I'.pprtine Some More Vnrremler.
Manila. May 1. The .surrenders of
PaMomcro Asuiualdo and Pedro
is a bottle of that sparkling
and delicious Leverage,
y Klnir nf all Rtt luA RHn."
It is tlic best of table beers whole-
some and inspiring. Possesses the
true hop flavor. Is an ideal tcnic
A. I). IIUESIXO, Hock Island, Illinois.
Qrr ;iintT book of Mnn om G(rm(in Stlrl,
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The entry into womanhood is a critical time
foras;irl. With her whole being undergoing
cha nffet the seeds of female troubles are sown.
I.ittie menstrual disorders, if neglected at the
time, will follow the woman all her life and
frrow into fatal complications. That female
tronblea are robbing; homes and filling grave
yards, proves this. Yet, irregular and painful
menstruation are often permitted to go on, sap
ping the life and energy, while Wineof Card til.
the positive relier for these 111 is on the shelf
of every drug store. Wineof t'ardai helps the
maiden sustain the shock of puberty by induc
ing a painless and natural menstrual flow.
When once thia important function is started
right, a he.lthy life will usually follow. Wine
ef Cardni is an emmenagogue of great power,
and works wonders in strengthening the deli
cate and sensitive female organs. Many young
women owe their lives to Wine f Cardni. No
woman should give up hope until she has given
Wine of Cardui a trial. If thousands hava
Secured relief through it, why not you?
Tully, Kas., Feb. S4, 1899.
I nave suffered nntoid pain at menstrnsl
periods for a long time: was nervous, had no
appetite, and lost interest in everything: in
fact was miserable. I have taken fonr bottles
of Wine of Cardni with Black-Draught when
needed and to-day I am entirely cured. I can
not express the thanka I feel for what you
bav done for me.
Hiss DELLA M. 8TRAYEK.
In eases requiring stuwHsl directions,
address, giving symptoms, "The ldies"
Advisory Department." Toe Chatta
Hoops Medicine Company, Chatta
Ajruinaldo, relatives of tlener.H Kmiio
Ajruinaldo. are expected ihor:ly.
m WILL INVESTIGATE TOff.MEI
Nwtal Omrrr'Vriio coliateil Some llood-
- ling at Mjtnlla.
Washliictoii. May 1. The navy de
partment has decided to take steps Im
mediately to ascertain the facts as to
the connection of Lidilenant Town
ley with the army -andals in Manila
developed by Ids testimony before the
court-martial Monday. Admiral Kc
mey leinjr absent from the station, an
irder will jro frward to Admiral
I'i inpff. direct Injr a rcjiort and prob
ably n. court of Inquiry Immediately.
Later Order were sent forward
from the navy department to Rear Ad
miral Kenipff. directinp that officer to
conduct an Invest Ijrat Ion In order to
iiM-ertain the facts in Lieutenant
Townley". case, and if the findings
warrant it to order a court of inquiry.
Lieutenant Townley was a retired
officer, born in Ohiovand apponted
from Nebraska. He has been twenty
vtwrs out of the service and was the
only retired officer on the Manila sta
tion reinstated under the special act
New York. May 1. I'.risadier :en
ernl Luther K. Hare, who rescind Cap
tain Heveraux Shields. I. S. A., and
Lieutenant ililmore. I". S. N.. in the
Philippines, and who was more active
than any other American officer
njrainst tlie insurjrent tleneral Tinio.
arrived here yesterday on the Ameri
can liner New York. The general left
the Philippines on March 4. coming
home by way of China. Japan and
Suez. : en oral Hare said: "I was at
Aden when told of the capture of
Aguinaldo. The war is practically
over, but a sort of military police will
le required to break up the bands f
bandits. The climate in the Philip
pines is very trying on Americans, and
all soldiers sickening on field duty
must be sent home to recuperate or
else they will never get well."
Poison Proof People.
There are entire communities of pcl
pon proof people who partake of doses
of white arsenic wiili as much zest as
the a verngr person partakes of .a meal.
Chief among these singularly gifted
people are the Styrian and Corinthian
shepherds who inhabit the districts of
Lamprecht. Salzburg. I la rt berg. Loo
ben, Oberzeirung and the Krzgebirge
mountains. The sturdy mountaineers
consider that arsenic improves their
w ind for chamois climbing.
Some years ago l)r. Kuapp put two
of these men through their paces be
fore the German Society of Physicians
assembled at Oratz. The one ate six
grains of white arsenic, or enough to
kill three men, without experiencing
the slightest inconvenience. The other
partook of four grains of yellow arse
nic, or orpiment. with equal impunity.
It was explained that, seeing the good
effect of the drug upon the coats and
condition of their Hocks, many of these
shepherds start the practice under the?
impression that taken in moderation it
is good for hum,-. n beings also.
I'sually started with a small weekly
lose spread upon bread and butter, the
embryo arsenic cater has to undergo a
very severe test of his devotion to the
drug. Violent sickness and burning
pains accompany its first use. ami the
drug speedily asserts its fatal power
over its devotee.
Any attempt to leave off the drug Is
generally fatal. The women of thosu
arsenic eating districts are famous for
their beautiful complexions and luxuri
The Misslns Tnrk.
Sarah Hernhardt was once playing at
Marseilles in a spectacular play iu
which she made her entree accompa
nied by six Turkish slaves. A line on
the programme announced that these
six Turks would accompany Mine.
Bernhardt, but when the time came for
them to go on one of the youngsters
had disappeared. Sarah mustered tha
Hve In order and.mado her out ranee
with a grand flourish. The house was
crowded, but not a hand clap greeted
her as she appeared. Then a still, small
voice in the gallery murmured some
thing in an indignant tone. Fifty
voices immediately took up the strain,
and in ten seconds more the whole
house was shouting the same phrase.
Bernhardt strained every nerve to
catch what they were complaining
about. She knew the phrase began
with "Manque," but the rest of it was
lost in the general hubbub. For a full
minute the tumult continued. Then
Sarah, muttering things below her
breath, rushed like a fury down to the
footlights. In the front row the ac
tress had spotted one man who was not
taking part in the hullabaloo. Pointing
at him. the actress exclaimed sternly:
"You seem to bothe only sensible per
son in the house. Tell me what on
earth they are kicking up this ron
for?" The man rose, bowed to the actress
and remarked in very bad American
French, "Madame, you are shy one
T'tlllzlnt; an Allocator.
A self made man with a taste for
art, thinking he would like to have
about his house some marble present
ments of bis ancestors, ordered of a
fifth rate sculptor a bust of .his grand
father. In due time it was scut home, and
after a few days, his admiration being
exhausted, the wealthy man sent for
his plumber. '
"I don't mind confessing to you."
said the former, "that 1 don't appreci
ate the fine arts unless they are turned
to some useful purpose. Now, 1 have
something to suggest to you."
And he proceeded to give some In
structions to the tradesman.
A week later, on the anniversary of
his birthday, the millionaire pointed j
out with pride to his guests iu the mid-1
die of his conservatory the bust of his J
grandfather, from the top of whose,
head rose gracefully a jet of limpid
water, falling Into a marble basin In j
which some fine gold and eilror fish
disported themselves. Christian En-J
1 i m m i i i i 1 1 rn rT--rimi))in ir I ir - n i i i ;m yi'.,,. --ri-- ;-' " - :
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Fatine is the natural result of hard work, but ex
haustion results from weakness.
Hard work for a weak .woman is traffic in flesh and
It makes little difference what tho field of work is,,
whether at home or elsewhere, if there is weakness, work
Ability to stand the strain of hard work is the privi
lege of tie healthy and robust.
How our hearts ache for the sickly women that work
for daihj bread at some ill-paid factory employment !
Homt distressing also to see a woman struggling with
her daiiy round of household duties, when her" back and
head are aching, and every new movement brings out a
new pain !
If the mere looking on at these suffering women
touches! our hearts, how hopeless must life be to the wo
men themselves i
Th(iir devotion to duty is a heroism which a well
person jrannot understand.
Can these ailing, weak women, who are called upon
to do work which would tire a strong man, be made to see
that they can easily and surely better their condition ?
Will not the volumes of letters from women made
strong Cy Lydia E. l'iiikham's Vegetable Compound,
convince them of the virtues of this medicine ?
How shall the FACT that it WILL, HELP THEM be
made plain ?
When a medicine has been successful in more than a
million cases, is it justice to yourself to say, without trying
it, "I do not believe it would help me
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak and sick and
discouraged, exhausted with each day's work. You have
some derangement of the feminine organism, and Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound will help you just
as surely as it has others.
Read tho letters from women in the opposite column
of this paper, and when 3011 go to j our drug store to buy
this sterling medicine, do not let yourself be persuaded to
accept the druggist's own. valueless preparation because it
is a few cents cheaper than
Evidence of Mrs. Pinkham's Cures.
Dear Mrs. Pixkham: One year ago I read a letter in a paper tell
ing how much good one woman bad derived from Lydia E. Pinkham's
vegetable Compound. I had been sick all winter
and was nearly discouraged, as the medicine the
doctor gave me did me no good. 1 had kidney com
plaint, Jeucorrhuea, itching-, bearing-down feeling,
and painful menstruation. I wrote to you describ
ing my trouble and soon received an answer telling
me what to do. I followed your instructions, and
have taken nine bottles of Vegetable Compound
and used one pad. age of Sanative Wash and one
box of Liver Pills. I am well now, do not have
those sick spells at tlie monthly period, but can
work all day, and that I never coulddountil 1
began taking the Compound. 1 cannot praise the
Compound too highly. I do hope every suffering
woman will Jearn of your remedies and be cured
as I have been. I wish all success to the J.'omixund : it has done
wonders for me and I am so thankful." ilKS. GEXIEvTKiJjDrOGG, Ber
lin Heights, Ohio. ' " ... y -j
"Dea rt Mrs. Pixkham: wish to let yon know that Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has cured me of painful menstruation
from which I suffered terribly. J really believe that 1 would be insane
to-day if it had not been for your medicine. I cannot praise your Com
pound enough, and feel that if all who suffer from female troubles would
put themselves under your care and follow vour advice they will find
relief. MISS K. K. SCUOLTKS, Mt. Oliver, Pittsburg, Pa.
" Dear Mrs. Pinkham : For eight years I have suffered with inflam
mation of the womb and bladder, profuse and painful menstruation, and
at times it, seemed as though I .should die. 1 doctored most of the time,
but seemed to fail every year. A short time ago I began to take Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and. thanks to your wonderful
medicine, I am to-dav a well woman. Vour medicine is woman's best
friend." MI'S. L. Li. TOWNE, Littleton, N. II.
Deah Mrs. PiXKnAM: I write this letter for vou to publish for
the benefit of poor, suffering women. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has done me a great deal of good. I have taken three
bottles and feel like a new woman. When I began the use of your
medicine I was hardly able to bo up, couid not do half a days work, I
ached from head to foot, was almost crazy, had those bearing-down
pains, and stomach was out of order. Now all of these troubles have
left me and I can work everv day in the week and not feel tired."
MUS. JENNIE FREEMAN, 402 Pennsylvania Ave., Lima. Ohio.
PETRA M . IOVA
me." PETRA M.
"Dear Mrs. Pinkham: I was sick for
seven years without any relief, although treat
ed by two of the very best! doctors in this city.
A few years ago I was nothing but a living
skeleton. The doctor said my heart was the
cause of all my sickness and that 1 could only
he relieved, but never get well. Sometimes I
would get so exhausted and short of breath
that I would not know w ha t to do. My nerves
were very weak, blood impure. Was troubled
with hands and feet swelling; also had leucor
rborvi. I have taken six bottles of Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and feel well
once more. I have gained twenty-seven pounds
and am able to work all day in the store and
do not feel tired when I get home at night.
Words cannot express my gratitude to Mrs.
Pinkham for what her medicine has done for
IX)YA, care of L. Wolfson, San Antonio, Texas.
Owing to the fact that some skeptical people have from time to time questioned
x h af toe cenumenes oi tne iesiiiiuniax levLcrs o.rv wiiewnw-r iniiv.iijui,. r- ua v -a
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to any person who ran show that the above testimonials are rot genuine, or were published before obtnining tha
writers' special pemuasion. Lydia E. Pinkhajc AIeuicisb Co., Lynn, Mass,