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TmZ AHOUB, TUESDAY, MAT. 26, 1896.
Castoria Is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Itvfasts
and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic unbalance. It in n harnilcj-jt mi bstitute
for Paregoric, Drops, Soothiuc Syrups, and Castor Oil.
It Is I'leasant. Its guarantee I thirty yeara' usb by
millions of Mother. Castoria- tlcbt roys "Worms and allays
feve rift linens. Castoria prevent, vomiting Sour Curd
c tires Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic. Castoria relieves
teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency.
Castoria assimilates tho foott, regulates the stomach
and bowels, civing healthy and natural dice p. Cas
toria Is tho Children's Panacea tho Mother's Friend.
" raatorlt If an excellent ntedlctne for chil
dren. Mother have repeatedly toU Mitlti
good effect upoe the children. -
la. U. C Oeoonn,
" Casrpr'a t the best iwrordy tar children of
, litrh I am a.-o,itlnte-l 1 hope tl day H cot
far dtstaiU ben phUmi will eon.- i-h-r the rani
Interna nf th-'tr children, and wis tlnfiri in
ateed of 11 h- Tariraisquwlc nostrums which are
eV-stroylnx their loved ones, by forcing oidum.
tnts-phlne, soothing strop and otbr hurtful
I down their throats, tleifl.y vodiuc
l Ui premature truves.
ba. J. P. KwcacLoa,
CmrtxrriA U so well a-l.ptnl to children that
known to toe."
IT. A. Awrma.IL D.,
Ill rj Oxford FA., Brooklyn, X. T.
Our plij nari.iE iu thi children 'a depart
ment tuva i-iioaErn highly of their expert
enoe Ui their ouuido liruetire Willi Castuf ia.
And airlionh wo only Lara amor.? c:r
medical supplies what is known a rey.:.r
products, jut we am free to coulees Uiat the
ur-rils of Castoria baa woa ui to louk with
favor upon it.
I'micu iIorwTAt. Ann DiSMnuunr,
Auxs C Kami. Pw.,
TIi Ceatnor Company, TT Murray S tract, Ke York City.
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of tho Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located in Davenport, lows
. 'w. iry.mif im.
Dll. T. M. WAI.SH.
rotiMilr fM'alea! rnorlataoruKaa'i
laadtin BMriieal cikwm.
DU. J. E. H'AIU.
Lau of Cblcato. fonaerla SBnaaB-tB4-.hiar a
NKRVOL'S MOBILITY Kxhsuatlva draios, sleepJofsness, threatened in-
.anlif. wiwk airmo.-y, uaalal dclotlona, of any otter conditio dua to nervous czbaoatlon
CATAKHII-Py.rr.-la. Asthma, Rhonmatisra. Scrofuia. Syphilis. Blood.
KiIn-v, I . ana ykadlacaMscaabaaaicklr and narmni.i:, rorrA h. nr arimu-i
tern of r llclco. '
VACIt;x;FhK 1 the most active rauA of nervous debility. Why treat
ai th. with n'hrr.anm rannatra roa a rrnuaeBt cars la aavea days by oar nalnlow
WOMKN Suffrrinjr from disoasen rxfiillsr to their sex shonld consult ns
we avr rami mmmy rr rna up a. kopeks, and may be h! locum yon, enrgloal
Him v,r.ii..ii,u,.iiina itsiimonis! aro tne itest The numeroas ao-
knwlei!iria.nu we b rtvelnd ftora t"i reirnpcr for oar remarkable rares la both
w .llril "4 cl r- i. (.nnjf citic'u.nB Uul oar advanced meltxHlfi core where all
r r ri
".' to t rtiiri' irir rw.lrninl faliH'. H tiuk. II aa object for you to invoa-
o ONLY CUKAISLK CASKS TAKEN o
ir you rM call, wtltn. Uandre'U ound by mxil. n.ont to IS, t to t, 1 to i. Susdayf
m J?" . 'a 1-riHif Cfue'u.ne Uui oar Kdtaoced meltxHlfi core where all
iM. T"iirf w. An ..t ivm tinw till uuu-r. but roarcit u at ones and reeain
I .r':h. Thrre it -u evrry tii-uw that yi.ti tn be cored. l(e yon pweed
If not. do ant rt.n.rr en, ionrr. batnin.iilt n. at onea. Fartbennore, we
IIFFICE 151 VY. Third St., McCallonrjh, BuildiDp, Davenport, lows.
4 - "J
BiATixa aro viimLArisa BROiaUU.
J li .. i .irr- ar
irVou 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 In use
In Rock Island.
Offices la BOCK ISLAND sad MO LINE
"' re'tabb-, atentVr, trcnlatlng eedieio. Only banal
Ua .orou lrt. baud betueJ. if yoa wast tba beat, at
q ur. rears tfefrsnvroyai i-inc
Tbee are arrtsat. re i-4 certain !a rea!t. Tbo reaatso (Dr. FeaTa) aaeordian
"j'arc,ai.Mfc aatcat Mil. t na.,1 Ca CiraiaBd, ft,
for ia! st Harper House Pharmacy, Bock Islsnd.HL
Tl f IS. SaaaMi
Carpenter and Builder,
OITICK, KO; 3S31 SIXTH AVENUK,
Shop en Yin itiMt, 0C3 I5LA1TD.
HAD A WILD TBIE.
Methodist Conference Almost
Gets Out of Control.
PREACHEES ASD LATMES EED EOT.
Latter Start the FicM for More Influence
ia tbo Cmferenoe and tho Battle Bc
omea General Eight Away M hnlonary
Biahop Elected rreabyterians Dro
Church Catty rropwtition as to the Bis
S2.OO0,0M BuUdinc; at New York.
CLKVF.LASn, May 36. There wore stormy
cvnrs tn the Methodist general conference
yestcrddT. It ws by all odds the most
tumultuous session that has yet been held.
There wa a clash between the miuiterial
and Biy delegates, and for a time in tho
'tcrnoon Bishop Hurst, who rots in- the
chair, lust all control -of the assemblage.
A dozen tlrlepite were on their feet at the
Ruiue time iraoutinir for recognition, call
ing for ruling of the chair on points of or
der which hnd uerer been heard, and al
together the scenes were inoro exciting
than are usually witnessed in political
Said Many Bitter Things.
The contest came over the fourth section
of tho ne-w constitution as reported by the
committee. When the section was read
an amendment providing for equal repre
sentation for the laymen in the general
conference was proposed. -. The discussion
was participated in by a number on both
side. Many bitter thinfrs were said, and
it lookit i for a time as if there could be no
reconciliation between the ministers and
laymen. Finally, however, peace was re
stored by the withdrawal of the amend
ment, with the understanding that the
whole nuitter should be brought up ugain
in different rm.
Kev. J. it. Ciraw'ft Hot Remark.
The hottest siKh was tluit of Rev.
J. 11. 0 raw, of New Jersey. He said the
layman were in the control in the quarter
ly conferences. They could, he declared,
i-hooso their ministers, tell them what
kind of houses they must live in, what
kind of clothing? they must wear and
even what they must isxt. "I object," he
cried, "to riiis amendment, and I will die
flghtiiif;, if need lie, to maintain our nu'
thorny in the general conference. Tho
ministers loudly applauded.
California Man Voice a Protect.
Henry French, of San Jose, Cal., voiced
n protest in clarion tones which could be
heard hiprh above the confusing din.
llishop H u st told him to put his protest
in writing, hut French still protested. He
declared that it was disgniccfnl and a
blow at the welfare ot the church to stamp
on the laymen as was lieing done. Dozens
of delegates were on their feet, lond.talk
ing mid clamoring for recognit ion, and
the clamor was not finally hushed until
the amendment was withdrawn, as stated
Missionary. Bishop Klectctl.
The election of Dr. J. C. Hartzoll, of
Ivouisiana, as misslohury bishop for Africa
to siKrceed liishop Taylor, who was re
tired, was the incident of the morning ses
sion. Itev. Dr. J. E. V. liowen (colored).
of Atlanta, moved that the rules be sus-
tieiided and a corresponding secretary lie
elected for tho t reetluuins Aid and rKiuth-
crn Education society to succeed Dr. Hart-
zell. The motion mrried. Itev. Dr. J. M.
King, of New York, moved that no corro-
sMimIiiig secretary be elivteil, but that the
society iiave only one secretary as was pre
viously ur;cd on the grouml of economy.
A discussion onsucd, luit it was deciih-d
finally to proceed with the election and
Kev. Dr. M. C. Ii. Mason (colored), of
havannah, was overwhelming elected.
WILL XOT ACT ON CHUtt II IXITT,
So the I'resh.vtcriaiK Decide The New
Building, at New York.
akatoua, May 6. Tho Presbyterian
p-neral assembly decided to tiike no sc.'
tion in reference to church unity, favoring
the report which was presented on this
subject and which culled for a declaration
tliut this is a 1'rotestant Christian coun
try. If tho forenoon hour had not ex
pired la-fore action could he had it would
luive discharged Its committee on tho rela-
tioiis' of young people's societies to tho
chureh. Hut the surprise of the day came
at the opening or tho nttemoon session.
when n iper was submitted in regard to
tho J-.'.imo.niu l'n-sliyterian building in
New York by Itev. William M. Hubbard,
of Aulirn, N. Y". It h-id hio-n known that
there was astrong feeling in regard to this
building, but it was not anticipated that
It would take this shape.
Tho imper conluined two proiiositions.
one from John Kennedy, of New Y'ork
City, otlering to purchase the building at
cost, giving the church a year to decide on
his proposition, which was made last S'P'
teie.lier. The other proiKisition was made
bv Miss U-M-hel Kennedv to the rffort that
If the hoards of home and foreign missions
will return and occupy 5.1 Fifth avenue
as their official and permanent home she
will alter, enlarge or improve the premises
by chances or additions thereto, go as to
make them abundantly adequate to nil
their n'vds, provided this offer is accepted
by the Ixiards on or tiefore ept. 1, lWi.
A resolution followed "that the general
assa-mhly recommends to the hoards of
home and foreign missions to sell said In
vestment (the big building and to accent
each of these propositions and carry the
same into execution," and that ns Miss
Knchel Kennedy has indicated her willing
ness to place the Fifth avenue property in
such condition as will fully adapt it to the
needs and uses of the boards "this general
assembly in accepting this gift tenders her
its sincere thanks and expresses on behalf
of the entire church full appreciation of
her generosity and fidelity to the church of
Senate and Hoae Summary.
WASHlSGTos.May The senate passed
the general deficiency appropriation bill,
carrying about 10,5u0,ooo, and including
mouev for Irene h spoliation claimants.
In the house Keiu kept np his obstruc
tive police, but District business was
transacted and the bill to repeal the free
alcohol clause of the tariff law considered,
Bounty to Sugar Men Ia Valid.
WasHISGTOX, May 96. The United
States supreme court adjourned yesterday
it the term after delivering twenty-seven
opinions. One of these affirmed the valid
ity of the clause in the McKf nicy tariff
bill giving a bounty to home sugar prodo-
Owly T. League Guinea.
Chicago, May 96. Following are rer
oords made by League base ball clubs: At
Philadelphia Boston 3, Philadelphia 6;
at TUWmnre ,aw York: . Baltimore 6.
BASES BETROTHED IN MARRIAGE.
A Ceremony That May Be Repudiated In
St. Croix, Iud.,May2S. A curious cere
mony was enacted here at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Al!rt M. Maas,their 2-year-
old daughter and ttt 3-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Maxwell being betrothed
in marriage. Tho ceremony was presided
over by tho older Moas, who is the only
living grandparent of the tots, and the
parents of the little ones may be said to
have acted the part of sponsors for the
principals, each of the four promising fer"
vently to endeavor religiously to remind the
children of their own and the parental
Tlie ceremony was followed by feasting
nd mirth, which reminded one of a real
Wedding or an old-fnshioced christening.
The bride to be was dressed in pure white,
with a wreath of natural tlowers. Her
promised husband wore a sailor suit of
navy blue, with a white ruffled shirt
bosom. After the vows were pronounced
by the parent-sponsors the parents and
children sipped wine from one glass, bride
and groom elect sipping first. The little
couplo seemed to enter heartily into the
ntiair, as if they were cognisant of Us full
significance and were proud of It.
Indianapolis Music Festival la "On."
Indianapolis, May 26. The eighth an
nual Indiana music festival began here
last night, five concerts being on the list.
The principal soloists are Mine. Lillian
Xordica, Miss Marie Breiua, Frau Klaf
sky, Baron Bert hold, tMgnor Campanari,
Max Heiunch, K. A. MacDowell and Ger
trude My Stein. The festival chorus of
nearly 400 trained voices has been study
ing the works to be given for eight months.
1 he Boston festival orchestra is here for
the festival, which promises to be a grout
success. Nordica and Miss Stein were tho
soloists for tho opening concert last night.
Omaha Juror Arrested.
Omaha, May 26. M. Gump has been ar
rested charged with accepting bribes as a
juror to acquit Henry BoUnOimtha's ex
city treasurer, who was convicted of steal
ing 1 10,000 from the city. Tho first jury.
of w hich Uump was a mcmltcr, disagreed.
James r lt.patrick and G. Ij. Sweeney were
arrested, charged with brilnug and ofTer-
inu bnlies jind attempting to corrupt tho
first Bolln jury.
Eighteen Killed by Indians.
Sax BekNtarik, Mux., May 26. Word
has been brought here of an attack made
by a baud of renegado Indians upon the
Jxijosranch, near here. The Indians killed
eighteen persons several of them being
women and children. As soon ns the news
of the outrage reached here a volunteer
company of sixty men was formed uud
Eturtcd in pursuit of tho Indians.
Exports of Silver Increasing.
NEW Y'ork, May 20. The exports of sil
ver from this country to Europe up to last
Saturday amounted to about $3i,000,0i0 as
against about $13,Oou.tlU0 in the same time
last year. The increase represents silver
shipped to Pans for coinage into Kussian
Speed of the Battleship Oregon.
Washington, May 26. Tho small cor
rections in tho speed of the battleship Ore
gon on her recent trrp off San Bernardino
were in favor of tho contractors. The
Oreirou's speed with all corrections ap
plied was 10.791 knots.
Common Everyday Occurrence.
Cleveland, MaySH. AugustGuenther,
4"i years old, shot his wife Minnie nt their
home, 54 Hacknuin street, and then turned
tho weapon on himself. Both are dead.
Tho tragedy was the result of a family .
Reserve Below SI 10,000,000.
Washington, May 26. The treasury
yesterday lost t,0&r.:t00 in gold coin and
liars, of which $1,550,000 was for export.
This reduces the reserve to $100,489,050.
Citizens of West Liberty, O., tarred and
feathered a young woman whoso manner
of life was considered obnoxious and then
ducked her in the river.
Obituary: At Lansing, Mich., Lieuten
ant L. B. Baker, who captured J. Wilkes
Booth, 66. At Staunton, Va., General
John Echols, 64. At London, Benjamin
Terry, father of the actress, Ellen Terry.
At New Y'ork, John Billings, the steeple
chase jockey. At St. Paul, Andrew N.
Nelson. At Leroy. Ills., Kev. L. Forbes,
til. At Hanover. X. H., Dr. Carleton Len
nington Frost, LL. D. At Macomb, Ills.,
Dr. W. H. Koblnson. At Baraboo, Wis.,
J. C. Gollmar, 40.
A mad dog ran amuck in the postoffice,
Chicago, and frightened men, women and
children, but was killed before it had bit
ten any one.
Senator Carter says tho richest gold de
posits in the United States are soon to be
opened in Montana.
The Kalal Manufacturing company at
Chicago, manufacturers of sash, doors and
blinds, has made an assignment. A state
ment was filed showing that the assets are
(14,000 and the liabilies (15,000.
Oscar E. Miller, who was arrested in
Chicago charged with conspiracy to de
fraud a Denver bank, spent a night in the
Denver jail, being unable to obtain bait
Great commotion was caused in the
Foundlings' Home at Chicago when Stew
art Young, an aeronaut, alighted with his
balloon on the roof of the institution. ;
Eugene Ysaya, tho violinist, has bought
for 1,000 the Stradivarius violin known
as "Hercules." It Is dated 1733, is one of
the most perfect of its family, and is beau
Tho Empress Eugenie celebrated her
seventieth birthday on the 6th of May.
John Shore, chief of the Scotland Yard
criminal investigation department, has
just been retired on full pension. He has
served forty years on the police. I Its suc
cessor is Chief Inspector Swanson.
Topeka undertakers are Indulging In a
cut-rato war, and some of them are now
offering eclfins free.
An nnknown steamer was sunk In a
collision in Bostoc harbor, and it is feared
ten uvea were lost.
Francis J. Kieckhoefer, accountant ia
the department of state, who was dis
missed last October because of a shortage
in his acroWits, has been arrested, charged
witn navingvmbezzled S37,4tJ6-.
C. F. Sorcnson, of Chicago, fell under
the wheels of a trolley car at Twelfth and
Clark streets and was killed.
The latest political button Is worn by
uepubucans woo were not for McKlnley.
The legend thereon is "Don't Kick."
During a fight at a ball game at Paw
tucket, K. L, Policeman Xeraey shot and
killed Michael Connors and Daniel Moos-
SHE DOESN'T WANT THE EARTH.
Mr. Coecar Only Waata the Piffc of the
Bread Gauge Platform.
PlTrsBCRG,May 3d. Among the arrivals
to attend the Prohibition national Conven
tion is Mrs. nelen M. Gougur. She said:
"There are just three things which I ask,
and if the convention refuses I shall
withdraw my support from the national
ticket. The Prohibition platform must
declare for prohibition, woman's suffrage,
and financial reform." Mrs. Gougar went
on to say that if the convention failed to
do this all the active advocates would
withdraw with her, leaving "a lot of old
fossils without influence beyond that they
possess at the weekly prayer meetings,"
to manage the campaign.
She and thp others believing in "brood
gunge"' will go back, she says, to their re
spective states and work for their state
tickets, ignoring the national ticket. She
is confident tlmt the "broad guagers" will
win, but believes there will be a lively
fight. She is an ardent admirer of ex
Governor St. John, and believes that he
represents the sentiment of the rank and
file Prohibitionists west of the Al
legheny mountains, just as Wnrdwcll,
treasurer of the Standard Oil company, of
New York, represents tho gold standard
Prohibitionists of the east.
She declared that Chairman Dickie, of
tho national central committee, did not
represent ihe sentiment of Michigan,
which she says is for free silver. "He rep
resents Mr. Wardwell and the gold stan
dard men," sho said, "whence comes his
salary." All this goes to show the acri
monious feeling which exists in the party
between the "broad guage," or free silver,
and the single issue, or gold standard
wings of the party. Each side Is confident
of victory, aud each is preparing for a bit
Still Beating Wheelman JohiiAOa,
PAKIS, May 26. John S. Johnson, the
American bicyclist, was lieateu by Jac
quelin by several lengths in Uith heats of
tho two kilometres match yesterday.
Johnson came In third In the race of
metres, being beaten by Keboue aud
Sale of the Northern rnriflc.
Milwaukee, May 26. The sale of the
Northern Pacific railroad has been ar
ranged to take place at West Suiicrior,
Wis., July 25. From that point Master
Cary will proceed to the several states
along the lino to sell the lands in each
Two Young Women Drowned.
Fort Scott, Kas., May 26. Misses
Georgia Itickett and Birdio Cassady, well
known young society Indies of Lacnvgne.
Kas., while Ixmt riding in tho streets of
that place were drowned by the overturn
ing of their boat.
New York Financial.
New York. May 2S.
Money on call easy nt per cent.j
rimo mercantile paper, 4w--M per cent.
sterling exchange dull, with actual busi
ness iu bankers' bills at tSHy-t lss-4 for de
mand and 47t?4!!;?4 for sixty days; posted
rates. 4SK34S and HUMjJM); commercial
Silver certificates, fisMTtMj: no sales; bar
silver, UN's; Mexican dollars. Si's.
Uuited States government bonds steady;
new 4's registered, I16;m; do. coupons, 1175m:
S's registered, UT!i; do. coupons. Ili; 4's
registered. HfTJ; 4 coupons. IW-4; reg-
woreu, M; Pacrao a s ot U7, 1UU).
Chicago Grain and Produce,
CnicAoo. May 25.
The following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade to-day: Wheat May. opened
closed &9&c; June, opened tilths-, cloned
HlUc; July, opened 1H( closed HSc. Cora
May, opened 2c, cloned ZSc; July, opened
Slide, closed 2tc; September, oieued
9mc, clotted 3Uc. Oata May. nominal.
closed lHc; July, opened Isaac, closed lfPc
September, opened lHc, closed lMc Pork
May, nominal, closed 7.011; July, opened
?... closed ..!'. Lard May, nominal,
closed $1.20; July, opeuci $1.40, closed
Produce: Buttor Fxtra creamery, 15c per
lb.; extra dairy, 13U l-: trcsa packing stocx,
7c. "JCgpi Fresh istock, 8Ujtc per dozen.
Live poultry Turkeys. 8rj,10c per lb.; chick
ens (hens). He; roosters, IVMHc; ducks.
Wm.llk-; ireeeo. $ (X(?r-V'0 per dozen. Potatoes
Burhauks, l-'t!lSc per uusuol; mixed, B i.llc
f-ew potatoes, ti.Mt2.'t per bbl. Apple
Fair to fancy. SS.50'ii:V75 per bbl. Honey-
White clover. l(14c per lb : broken comb.
v&lOr; extracted, otitic.. Strawberries Mich-
bptu, 4(UUUc per 24-qt case,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. May 5.
Live Stock Prices at tho Union Stx;k
yards today ntnired as follows: Ufgs Esti
mated rc-eiptM for tho day. ,T.'J; salia
ranged at a2..nri:i.. pis, s.l.r(.l-w hunt.
tfS ivV-r.i.ifi roOL-h packuu:, L'.aJ t mixed,
and i.ltK&3.& heavy packing and ahipping
Cattlo Estimated receipts for the day.
lli.uuu; quotations ranged at $U".V",4 35 choice
to extra shipping steers, $4.,4.10 good to
choice do.. i-iMUM US fair to good. KI.4.V&4.
common to medium do.. 1 itV-v'l.HI bntcbeiV
steers. i.Wt.if.i.tH storkcra. tl.lTi A feeders.
tl ix! ;o cows. JC.arwi.ou beifera, S2 Wfi-tU
bulls, 'Uexua ateera, and $3.UUit.&
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for
the day, 14.ill: sales ranged ut west
erns, Us &rt.Ui Te&ana, S.aOu4-iAf nativea aud
t- - - - awa
Xatate of Jamca T. Dixon, deceases.
ThcoTideratcned haTlncbeen apnointeTera.
tor of too l-tt will and teetamcnt of Jam
T. D'xou, Ute of the county of Kork iKland.
stat 01 1)11tio19. deceased, hereby givi. notic
hum utt win nijH-ar neiert- me conmy court of
Rn; K Uland cooutv. at tbe oiSce of the rink nf
raid court, in ibe city of Koek Irl&nd, at I be
July trim. rn ike first K-imluy In July n 11.
at whirh time ail perwon b.vinjrrlaiiuii acauim
sVA estate are noticed v. reqneeu-d lo aitend
fjr me i-nrpuse er navieg tne .mme Ml lusted.
All nc-ros tnJu'iled to aal-1 e.t&tM are re.
2 nested to atake immrdiale payment to tbe on-or.laac-4.
lated tbis ?lh dsv of tiny, A. TV tV
I'atrk k Lixna, Kxetntor.
Osta incogs. '
Bit-Ttmotar. SIS: nnland. twuiiz wild
StKKS; skMiga, IToSB; baled. SstSlZ.&il; ntillet.
qg rreac. sc.
to chotea, Win fresh
Cattle Botcher, nay for corn fed steers
IV"uc;cowa aad Seirara, SlseOSVec; calve,
Wkea Baay was awks, we gawe bar Oaanrta.
aa. . r-lit rnT"aatl1.
wwas ske neaaaw Ukm, she ehaag to CaukwtB,
, Brewers in r.ngiti4 receive 6.85 a
week; in GermaSry they are paid $5 ; in
Holland. $5 ; in New South Wales they
receive f 23.
WHY? Because your Liver and Kidneys
are out of order. For years and years
housewives all over the country have
used with the best results
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver and Kidney Balm.
Try it, and you will agree with the thousands who say it is
the "PEERLESS REMEDY" for curing ailments of the LiVer,
Kidneys and Bladder, Female troubles, Rheumatism and Bright's
Disease. For sale everywhere at $1.00 per bottle.
THE Or. J. H. McLEAfi MEDICINE CO., - - St. Louis, Uo.
for sale in
APtrrWHttral SeTHIlntMS 1
..r...4 .r, for LUI raHHnUUtt fcu.,.-. u
I all at.
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Kock Uand. IIU by Hart, ij Cllemeyer. drnatiitta.
THE TEAVELEBS' GUIDE.
pmcAao, uocs islastd paoino
1 icaev csn ne rntrineiid or baif
or' Ta v' K 1 Twemwib street depot
- - - 7- wi-itrr r ;ie wrenua aba
rbutytt au-oevjrrank B. rhunuMt. Agert.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Uoca Island JorTT. (
In the coiinl; ronrt. May term, A . I , ItSG.
Catherine Schafer, artmlniratrix of the ertate
of thru-fan cba!er, dirtwd. Bi-t'oner. ts.
Mary t-oilof. 1 hem lore Huldorf, (Jro-sr
Schafi-r, A lc SthAfer. t'athrrlne Kurfh, Wil
liam Knrlh, Jnbn Srha'vr. Mnry Schafer, Jatnc
Sch-fer and Louisa Scbafer. dfendants.
Petition to .ell real eriate to pay debt..
To whom It mar concern: TJorira ia herabv
given that by vlrtoe of an order and decree f
the coniilr court of Kock I.land connty, Illino s.
entered c-n the petition of the un'dcr.igced.
vainerire rcnaznr, nr aamuiieirairix 01 tne es
tate nfCbrlatian e-cbafer, deceeaed, for leave to
fell the real estate of raid deceased at aaid May
terra A. U Hi,il ral-t court, the andert-ium d
will on he 4ih tay cf June A. IsKC. between
the honraof ten 10 o'cl ?ck in tbe forenoon and
four (4) o deck In the afternoon of aaid day, to
wif, at tbe hour of two (SI o'clock p. m. eell at
public Fnle at tbe routb door of the court bouse
in the city of Kock island tn said county and
.taie. to the buthrst and beat bidder the re. I es
tate deacrilied aa follows, toe it:
South hafft) of l-,t five ! and the north
fifty ; 11) feet of tot eicht s in block seventy t70i
in i:DiraKo or iiweraitiilKm 10 ine ciiy or hock.
laland ai.d lota one 1) and two pi) in block tbree
(IP in HalUy Davrnnort'. addition to tbe city or
Kock Island, all in the eity of Kock Island, in the
county of Kock I. land and tbe state of Illinois.
sud rale to be of eiu-1 real ertale exonorat d of
all claim, tii;ut or interest therein on acroint of
dower and bome.tea-1 in favor cf the widow or
tbe said chtiat an Schafer, deceased. Term, of
Dated th e 5th day of Msy, lstts.
Aduiiniatiatrix of tbe e.Utc ot .hriaUau betutfer.
V. J. SfAKLB, Solicitor.
Bale of Real Estate.
Br virtue of an order and decree of
tho county couit or Kock Island coun
tr. lllliioi. ma'e on the tietition of
the nnden-ined Charles Schreiber, adminla-
rrator 01 tne estate 01 uiar A. Anlrrson tleceasi d.
for l ave to sell the real estate or said docearcd,
at the May term. A. 1.. taws, of said court- 10
wit: on the 11th day of May IK. I shall on tbe
lltBimjror June next, oeiwtcn tbe hour, or
10 o'clock tn th- forenoon and 4 o'clock la the
afternoon cf axid day. to wit: at the hour of 9
o'clock in the afternoon of raid dy, tH 11 at pub
lic aaic, at me aoum oooror tne coun non in
:hs cHv of Kock I'land. In r&ld countv. all the iu-
teret or sa-a uma, Anaerson. fl created, at tt:e
time cf his d:aesne. and alao the homestead and
dower inlrreai of tbe widow In and to the real es
tate d-'ac'ibtd a. fo'low.. to-wlt:
Begmnir g at th. northeaat corner of tbe tonth
half m of the noat-eaal quarter (il
of acctton nnmber Sve 5), in tow-
lup nnmli'-r aeentet-n C7i north, range
nninnerone in west ot tr.e four-n t. rrincipai
mc-ridian. tbence rou-h on accM- 71 lice fifty (301
fct for a rutrtint; point: tberes wert one knn-
drea a -u twenty-sUrbt lt ft-e - tbence aouth
fifty (fit) feet. Ihmce east one hiiMlred twenty
eight (liS) feet, thence nortl fitty (50) feet to tbe
place of b.g:nniDftT. All llr.ee lo ran parallel with
the correal ondlng v tion liars, rt eervirg a strip
iocty-eii;at lee. (391 feet wioe on ine eaat ftiae
for a road. Beina tbe uremia-, now known and
dpcr:bt-d aa lot namsertwo rit in block nnash. r
flrteen ) l.i; Iu tlrlaorto child's adillttne to the city
of Moline, a. desiirrated on the iecordd plat of
i-aii aaotti-i. eni-j-ci 10 two mortKa,ea aa roi
lows: One for three hundred sixty fire dollarr
(Sa 00) with hitrre-t at fw-v.-n per cert from
July -8. ism owned by Juliette Ludinttnn. am
one for lifty aollaia (f Aii.U)) wnn lUrm tbeit-on
at tbe rate - f fM-ven uer cent per anriuta and
oaned by Nels J. Nrbaon, raid above described
premise, ar-ng aiinateq in tun m ir, ana county.
Irilnoir. on tbe fotowiz.g term., to-wlt; farh ui
band. Uted till. IJtnoay or May A. It ,lsJ
Admlnhtrator of tbe estate of Olaf A. Anderson,
Jacums A Bcbst, Attorneys.
Special Assessment Notice.
Notire I. hereby piven to a'l nerMina Interested
that the cily enure:! of the city c. Kerk I.land
aavini; orcereu mat nteie 00 eoosirociea m ir:e
aaid tliv of Kock laland am underground rtorra
drain a. followa, towit: lt-ginnintt at tbe ff.it of
Twenty-foortn street at the point or interrectioa
of the enter lloafif rtif1 .treet wi:b the Mir.ta-
. tppl nver: tbence emithcly on or near the can
ter line nf aaid Twentr-fofirth at reef to. atake
two biindnnt and eleuty-two and .Ixleee-bun-redUls
CM IS SOJ'I feet north of tbe centero'
ntxiib avenue aa-i centf-ror ir-tn avenue brhw
tne Flark ard iteau inc lan nounoary line) ana
twentv one and two-b-noi 1 -10i feet east of
the weal fide of a. id 1 wci.ty fourth .treet ; Uaenee
af.ntbrrly to a atake on baiidred aad forty-two
(14) fe t north of tbe renter of aaid Mlnth ave
nae and fourteen 14 feel eaat of tbe west line of
Mid Twi-ot) fftinh street; thtnre eontheriy and
easterly In a curve, to which ibe laet mentioned
line I. a tangent, wi'h a radio, cf one hundred
and forty -too and eirht-lrntiui I4S a-101 feet for
-f aaucb of a circ e aa win ne aaeaaared b) as a-e
of one bnndred and Mvea rlfarees and fltteen
min-iier; ibracc easterly alma: a tangf-nt to .aid
curve, tfiy-elx and atventy-Cre Laadtvdi.
t'S VltiOi feet: 'hence earterly and aoetberly
along a curb, to which the last mentioned line la
a tai ajf-at. with a radi.a of one bnndrrd and
ntni.-wrreaaa wo-anin. 1W1 Z-IU) feet, for a
murb of a circle A Will be weaanred by aa are
e g.ity-acTen drree. and fifte-n mlnntea ; tbeoc )
easterly aloav a tarcant f .aid la-t aaenUone J
rnrve arventy-foor 7i feet, tbe ordinanre for
tbe aame ecucg on file ia the off re of tbe city
clerk, have aptdied to the countv eou-t of
Koca Island county, tn the .lata of Illi
nois, for an aaseeaaKut of the coats of aaid
improvafaiattaerord'atlobeaeflia; and, an asm a.
sent thereof having been made aad returned to
aaid eoo't. the Snal bearing thereto will be bad
at tbe Jane term of aaid court. fBoaaaeacing
oa the first day of June, A. D lSwI.
A'.l peranua dealriag may taea aad there ap
pear and make tbeir def-naa.
Catd at K-liUi.d, Illinois, this lid day of
May. A I U'A
1 noa t. Mean jcs,
Oan.er l.in.u.-l 4iia4t.
ri Mimn, IN-,,,. a a. J.
OmaJiad )e Molnea
frmahad l- af-nea Kx..
pmAfiaa Minmm;irtia Rx..
flenver, l.inrolu A Oair.aa..
St. r-unl A Minneapolf....
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. t;.
tKanraet-itt A tt- JotutA.
tlt.Kk lalnnd Wn.hlrurVon
1- ceo a nee arrfroee....,
luak lalatiiiA.siuart Aatwra-Korkl-iand
A Brooklyn Ac
t 4 t ars
t I 'SOpm
t :HH Pan
I S lftpml
- ao tm
tie : nam
t t:Ji- pm
t M a-a
1 r 1 :au am
Arnva ttldsarinM tniM Moi...
A" flO.ro.la.lv Teleohone liisi.'
Snn-'ar rvenire. a Pullman .leener Mil fc mt
iked pot afur Ht::i which will leave f Jt Chica
go at 2:55 a . m. X-aday.
BTTKLIXGTtm ROrTS-O B. A V HAl
way Dettot riret avonu aad Miatmtai
troet, at. J. Yocnc. aseat,
UAVu. I axnrva.
St. L Sprhigtield. reorla,!
Bnr. yuin via M-mmonih'a TS0am T m
Cbtcsajo. awillCA,-, CiinUiu A; I
Uubuqoe f 72am't t tfpam
reor-a, Kranlslown, Bnr- i
llnctoa At West If S:4Spn f.1 C9.nl
St- Paul ii MinueitioM. ..'rt pni f :M am
sterlu.g. eliiitor. c Dabuqtar-t t.S6 Dai 4 S'4A nam
El. L. kanras 1tv. Henvrrt I
A Pac Coast via Oaleab'tx Trs) pm fJU sat
Ualby. 11)a!!y except hundayl "
Qll'lCAOO, MILWACKRX A ST. FAUL
Hallway Kactne A rc'hweera Dllstou
Det;rt Twentieth etreet, batweea Flrat and
Second avenaea, L. u. Urecr. AgtnL
TltAiyS. Laavu, itnri
E,."" I!,r!e Ttl am S-Snpaa
St.Pnnl Rxpraaa M jj'aul
lgbjand Accommodafn. a .-00 am t nt
Daily cxcvpl iiunday.
Does: Island Pko&ia Bailwat
b- t .'JZ? i,nt AYTOne Twentlath street.
Kafdern Ex. M'MTrilbj''...
". otifouia Man ...
......nvMiui, r reiKIl
4:40 am tain .tn pa.
4 -ry) pa.
t: Jn put
Paaaenm-r ln.ln. 1. 4, d v .. n ... . .
avenuel ui i.. r.i .i.n .0. -
riven. Tram, marked daily, all ether txaloa
aaily except Handay.
DUKLIHGTON, CSDAB HAriDS
1W.FT rVMFtl T. r'lavwM Jaead a a m
Jfcimu, UUt (JS DriOf
etreet, Davenport, Jaa. Mortoa, (ha. Tkt
Davenport Tralr... I.a.a Aaaj.n
Pfnxr bt;s6 pm h1 ant
Fraurht tjfl.UB i.e. t4 l am
Weatibettr Trairr . tworth. .rKsi.tk.'
Pe.-ni n bT:0ai ,W:'r,-M
" ..!10:jpj .4 4'.a-
-Vo. .... t I b7 i aa
s Daily, buauy except tianaay. tMoinr north.
tOoInc South and eaat. ISO. IS runs but a. .a
Uedar Kaplda and W eat Llbatty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
. Ferry rtreetdepot
Lv Kock Iriaid..'....
CKI A FUeput
Lv Koch i.!ana.7r.....
Twenti-ft. at Depot
Ar bioon-li.irtoi,. ......
Ar Inaia4,ajjol .......
Ar CJinclr-iaaU.. ........
Ar DatVuu. ...........
Ar f 2o!nu.bar.. ....... .
Ar Jacksonville .. .
Ar st Lfuci.
Ar MtiCota... .......
. r I Utir.
Ar Mauvoou .-.
Ax Terra Haul ... .
4 Kami 7 SO sail upra
a. 0k am
ai . i IV am
in ha .fni Hi ran
luit an, I t r-pet
: ' ww
a 11 .it, 1 it, mm
vn ari, Hra
J:- r, Bk, 45 nan
Children Cry for
Lines east cf I'eoris csrrj thronph
coaches and sleepino; ears os Bight
trains te principle cities.
Gen. Tioket Afsst.
tiM the tnflfrt rowaarei s.ws.
1 iabls. of th" alnd in the market 1 be erlgtaei
and only r"na,n Wonaaa MLrirt'ir. A.fe
jjut di-iKSit If he don't keep them. Write Street
ti a. and we wiii aead It dlieet .pen reeaypt ef
prlea.fl.eeaard.ky avail wreneld. A. J. stria.
Foertk svemte and Iweaajr-thtrd axreet, Mask