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TtotontaUI algnatnro Children Cry for Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you sot it? If not. consult Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located la .DsYvaport, Iowa. DB. T. M. WALSH. taMUM awdlMl colMfM. I CONSULTATION PPEE. NERVOUS DKBILITT Esbaaitlva draioa. ileeplesness, threatened In Mn'7. wmkHMmot7,ntatlutona,ortDyoUMtC3nditiim in la antow -ivTtl CATARRH Dyspcpflift, Aithma. Bheumatiam. Scrofula. Srphilla. Blood. Uo7mcJi"cL'?!d iSM d "J enred by rat adTUMd ly VARICOCKLl--1 th most active eanta of nerrone debility. Why treat r!'iJ?.'!.w'If mtn J7 oMt yog pernueat can la ma atn by oar palalon wtlKMlf UydrocIf cured la Uirv daj o pun. ' ii"im WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex ahonld consalt ns. op.nu P-f '-rm-d t roar Iwh U dcixd. Abdoauui til hnia nrgny ipielli: OUR CREDENTIALS and Teatimoniala are the Beat The namerona ao- tlilT?; hU rc",Ycd " " new n pert for oar nmwkabla cans to both --- V, . Tj . 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Thirty Capitol Heaters In use In Rock Island Offioea in BOCK ISLAND and M0LXNB RESTORE LOST VIGOR r tntjarfr If i from TltT. I.'W aaf Sarrnnl r.vrta wltkaw Vawxoa-tr ac 4bm arr-fc aaraawi- at aTr MM. am krd) r4 fnal aC j. h -f nttl H awfrlecfcti, mtk Rook lalantLl!!. ANDERSON and BUILDERS. BOCK ISLAND Senat Once More on Record on the Money Issue. BHOBT KEASUSE OF MUCH if OMEHT Gota a Majority mt inn Omt mt PUty am Tooea The Kail Call la Detail By opata mt the Debate Hill Claaao tato Hmlia With Prayer Hobm Den tko Ia rri table with the Hirer aad Harbar Bill Veto XIaa Steveaaoa'a Weddiaa WABinOTOT, June 3. At 7 o'clock last night the long straggle ,Q the senate orer the bill to prohibit the issue of bonds came to an end. and the bill was passed by a Tote of 82 to 25. The bill aa passed covers only five Ures, as follows: "Be It enacted. That the issuance of interest-bearing bonds of the United States for any purpose whatever without further authority of congress is hereby prohib ited." Tho voting did not begin until 6:30 p. m.( at which time the. chamber was dimly lighted and the galleries almost empty. A flood of amendments was first voted down. One by Aldrich gave the executive power to issue bonds in certain emergencies; an other by Aldrich provided that the act should not impair the obligation to pay in aoin. Hill's amendment that treasury notes be retired when redeemed was tabled (3 to IS. Quay's amendment for the substitu tion of coin notes for treasury notes was defeated without a yea and nay vote. The last preliminary vote was on Hill's mo tion to postpone the subject until next De ijembcr, which was defeated. Then cumo the final vote, with the result stated. Tellaa, the Inter-Mountain Leader. Tho &bate on the bond bill lasted throughout the day and was at times very animated. Cannon of Utah made, a spir ited reply to criticisms of the five Repub lican senators, including himself, who voted against the Dinglcy tariff bill, and rtiTlitred that the measure was a lotrisliiUvo monstrosity. Cannon asserted that tho inter-nionntain Btntr toofc Henry M. Tel ler as a lender rather than the senator from Ohio (rihormnn). Chandler Praises Cleveland and Carllnle. Allison expressed his strong belief that the United States could not enter alono upon tho coinage of silver at 16 to 1. Chandler appealed to senators on the other side to join in a patriotic measure to sus tain tho country's honor. Chandler also paid a tribute to tho personal integrity of President Cleveland and Secretary Car lisle. Teller spoko in favor of making silver tho first and paramount question. Hnrrows ilerkred that it would have been lietter had the country gone down in the storm of war than that a measure taking away tho Inst prop to its credit should pass. Palmer also opposed the bill. Alllaoa la Not on the "Straddle." During tho debate, in a sharp colloquy with Butler, Allison declared his opposi tion to flat money and to the indirection by which tho pending bill sought to tako a step toward free silver coinage without waiting for legislative action. "I bcliovc that the United States cannot open its mints to the coinage of silver without bo coming a mono-metallic nation; that it cannot toke this stop withont an agree ment with other nations," said Allison, "and I will continue to vote against tho free coinage of silver at 10 to 1 by this country nlono." Tote on the BUI In Detail. Following is the vote in detail: " Yeas ( Republicans) Brown, Cannon, Dubois, Hanshrough, Mitchell of Oregon, Pettlgrew, Pritchnrd, Teller, Warren, Wolcott 10. (Democrats) Bacon, Bate, Berry, Chilton, Dunicl. George, Harris, Jones of Arkansas. Mills, Morgan, Pasco, Pugh, Tillman, Turple, Vest, Walthall, White 17. (Populists) Allen, Butler, Jones of Nevada, Peffcr, Stewart 5. To tal 32. N'ay (Republicans) Aldrich, Allison, Burroughs, Chandler, Cullom, Davis, Oallinger, Hale, Hawley, Lodge, Mc Bride, Nelson, Piatt, Quay, Wctmore, Wilson 16. (Democrats) Brice, Caff err, Faulkner, Hill, Lindsay, Mitchell of Wisconsin, Palmer, Smith, Vilas. Total, 25. At 7 o'clock Hill moved to adjourn, and as tho motion was carried exclaimed: "And nia7 God save tho country!" KIVEB AJTO HARBOR HI IX IS LAW. Faaaes the House Over the Veto with Plenty of Votes to Spare. , The house devoted itself to passing tho river and harbor bill over the president's veto and to unseating by a vote of 162 to 89 John J. Walsh, the Democratic mem ber'of the Eighth Xcw York district, whoso place will lie filled by John Murrav Mitch ell, Republican. Both of those actions were loregone conclusions, so that they excited comparatively little interest, al though there was a full honse to vote on tho river and harbor bill. It wns passed by i to n, many more more votes than the two-thirds necessary to overrule a veto, and it was passed without delate, al though Duckeryprotestcd vehemently that debate had been promised. Thirty-nine IVmorrata voted to ovcr-rido the presi dential objections and twenty-six Repub licans stood by Cleveland. Democrats Against tho Veto. The Democrats who voted to pass the hill over the veto were Bankhead, Berry, Buck, Catching, Clarke, Cobb. Cooper of Florida, Cooper of Texas, Culberson, Cummings, Denny, Dinsranre, Ellet, KUlot of South Carolina, Fitzgerald, Ken dall, Kyle, Latimer, Lester, Little, Mo Culloch, MrMillin. McRne, Meyer, Money. Ogdcn. Owens, Price, Robertson, Spark man. Strait, Talhcrt, Terry, Turner, Tr ier, Underwood, Washington, Williams of Mississippi and Wilson of South Carolina Rapmblicaaa for the Veto. The Republicans who voted against passing the bill over thereto were: Allen, Anderson, Andrews, Baker, Brown, Cnl derhead, Connolly, Grout, Hagcr, Hainer, Hepburn, Leighty, Linney, Long, McCatL, McClure, McEwan, Pearson, Pitney, Scranton, Settle, Shafroth, Sherman, Strode, Traoewell and Updegraff 34. ms jcija btevexsox harried. Is Kow Mr. X. D. Hardia Many Distla aalihad P,rannaajn Present. Washisgtox, June 1 In the presence of a distinguished gathering of friends from both official and resident society Miss Julia, tho eldest daughter of Vice Presi dent and Mrs. Stevenson was married last night to Bar. Martin D. Har6in, son of Mr, and Mra. P. Watt Hardia.of Danville, Xy. Four years ago the young ooaplm first beoam tmiuinhd - The ceremony took place at the New ! York avenue Presbyterian church at 8 O'clock, Rev. Wallace Radcliffe officiating. I and it was witnessed by President and Mrs. Cleveland mpmfwn nf tho mhinnt i and their families, a ' number of f oreign aratassadora and ministers and their fam ilies, and a large number of congressmen. The platform and reading desk were adorned with palms and rosea. When the bridal party entered the church tho ushers approached the plat form by the center aisle and the brides maids by the side aisle, all meeting to re ceive the bride, who came into the church with her father, who gave her in marriage. After the ceremony at the church a wed ding reception lasting from 8:80 till 11 o'clock was given at the Normandie hotel, which had been elaborately decorated iur the occasion. The wedding dress was of Ivory white satin of great richness. The bodice was high-necked, with chiffon trimming, held with small clusters of orange blossoms was worn with the ulle veil.and the bridal bonqnet was of white roses in lilies of tho valley. A number of the relatives of the yonng eonplc from Illinois and Kentucky were here. After tho reception the couple left the city for Bowling Green, Ky. One of the most handsome gifts was a silver tea eervlce presented by a committee com posed of Senators Morrill and Harris on behalf of the United States senate. Senate Finn the Bond Bill. Washisotos, June 3. In the senate Morrill delivered a strong speech on tariff and finances. The bond bill was then de buted until 7 p. m. and passed 32 to 25. It simply prohibits the issue of any mora bonds without the consent of congress. :t)uring the dobato Allison declared his opposition to 16-to-l silver coinage with out an international agreement. Tho filled cheese bill was made unfinished busi ness. The house seated Mitchell from the Eighth New York district in place of Walsh, the sitting member. The presi dent's veto of the river and harbor bill was negatived 220 to GO. Some confer ence reports were received. Cannon inci dentally remarked that congress would adjourn late next week. TOTAL CASUALTIES AT ST. LOUIS. Foots I'p 311 in the Mound City and 13a Across the River. ST. Louis, June 3. Tho total of dead, missing and injured in this city and East St. Louis, tho results of last week's tor nado U as follows: At St. Louis Burial permits issued, 123: killed, bodies not re covered, 13; wounded in hospitals, DO; missing people, 0: total, 811. At Enst St. Louis Identified dead, 9f: unidentified, 5; missing, 28; fatally in jured, 7; total, 134. Following are residents of Illinois, Wis consin and Indiana who are missing and supposed to have been killed nt East St. Louis: William Clark, Janesvillc, Wis.; B. Smith, Springfield, Ills.; Phoelie Clark, Granery, Ills.; Joseph Cromo. Chicago; Frank Taylor, Martin Grove, Ills.; Rich Maston, Granite City, Ills.; Frank Mo Conklc, Lawrence, Ind. East St. Louis is now thoroughly on its feet, and there need bo no fear but that eventually everything will come out all right. A single day has made a vast change in th3 appearance of the streets in the devastated districts. The supply of re lief material is keeping pace with the de mand. The drain has been terrific. Dozens of persons are kept constantly busy hand ing out groceries, shoes and dress goods but so numerous have been tho responses in money and other gifts that for the time being there is no danger of want. President McMath, of the house of dele gates, believes tho only feasible and prac tical way to secure funds with which to rebuild the city Institutions is to submit to a vote of the peoplo a proposition to in crease the taxes for a period of five years. McMath estimates that to fix np and im prove wrecked city buildings $3,130,000 will bo required. For new bridges and railway tracks tho estimate is 81,650,000. The work of al leviating the distress of tho victims of tho storm is continued with unabated energy and nearly 700 fnmilios, containing from four to ten people each, were supplied with the necessaries of life. Tho majority of the peoplo were well cared for, but before the day had passed the supply of articles was exhausted and tho members of tho committee wore unable, to secure a new stock, 'although they had money. Tho Merchants Exchange relief commit tee, tho Business Mens' league, the Com mercial club and many other organiza tions representative of the business inter ests of St. Louis concur In the announce ments heretofore made that St. Louis does, not need to appeal for outside aid and can take care of everybody in St Louis who hassnfTered from tho tornado of last week. Ii might be well to add, however, that while wishing this to be understood, the St. Louis relief committee will receive and disburse any contributions which people outside may send. Insnram-e Company va. the State. Sprisgfield, Ills., Jnne 3. In the cir cuit court the case of the Union Central Life Insurance company, of Cincinnati, against the." state superintendent of insurance of Illinois for the! re covery of $5,000 paid by the com pany into the state treasury as a tax on gross earnings under the reciprocal law, was decided by Judge Foulke in favor ol the defendant. The law taxes gross earn ings of foreign companies doing business in this state. The plaintiff claimed that it was inoperative becanso no Illinoiscom pany did business in other states on the life plan. The case was appealed to the supreme court. Boy Murders lite Father. MrsoT, N. D., Juno 8. J. A. Baker, ex county commissioner of Ward county, was shot and killed by his son William, a boy 17 years of age, at his ranch twenty miles north of Mi not. Jnst before the killing Baker had given his son a hard whipping, after which he started to abuse the boy's mother, which was more than the boy could stand. Savings Bank Baaineaa Doesnt Pay. Omaha, June 8. The directors of the Globe Savings bank have passed a resolu tion requesting the state banking board to take possession of the bank pending ar rangementa for liquidation. The officers of the bank state that they find it nc longer profitable to continue the saving bank business. Cave Him Alaaest To Maeh Ttaae. jErFEBSOs ClTT, Ma, June . The su preme court has sentenced William Wright, a Vernon county negro, to be hanged July W. Wright m ordered his wife last July by chopping her to pi ecu With aa ax. Poor Will Probaniy Die A Case That la . Snrrly Harder. Chicago, JuneS. Seven persons drank from a bottle of port wine last night in the house of Eva Little, in South Clark street, and four of the number it Is expected will die. The poisoned are: Delia Clark, Bessie Landen, Best Brower, William Kennedy, Eva Little, Agnes Seymour and Joseph McClelland. The bottle of wine was left at the honse by a stranger, who said It was for the Landen woman. It Is thought that a man with whom the Lan den woman lived a short timo ago had something to do with the matter and tho police arc looking for him. Enough poison was found in the bottle to kill a score of people, THE MARKETS. K York Financial. New York. Jane S. Money on call nominally IV".- per cent; prime mercantile paper, 5-5V per cent.; sterling exchange weak.lowor. with actual boai neas in bankers' Mils at issfitssla for de mand and 4H;tj-3 4K7$ tor sixty days: posted rates, b4i and ts it iM; commercial bills, 4St9j. Silver certificates, 6x4tSS?$: no sales; bar silver, Si; Mexican dollars, K!. United States government bands steady; new 4's registered, 11514; do coupons. lWVj; 6s registered. llSVi; do. coupons, I124; 4 s registered, ln.?4; do. coupons, !')); x"s rugia tored, Wfei; Pacjlic B's of llnl.. Chicago Grain and Produce. Chk aoo, Jnne 8. Following were tho quotations on the Board of Trade today: Wheat Jnno. oenod Sr4c. closed i'tJwc; Jnly, opened Stisc. closed 5ac: Heptomber, opened Stse. closed 67KC. Corn Juuo, opened 2Ric, closed S7c; July, opened 276c, closed Simc; September, opened Wc. closed 284C Oats June, nominal, closed 17K; July, opened K)frc, closed IVfcc; September, opened Vine, closed lsc. Pork June, nominal, closed Jo.KV: July, opened W-W closed 87.0214 Lard Jnne. nominal, closed $4.10; July, opened $4.13. closed $4.1J. Prodneo: Bnttcr Extra creamery, IV per lb.: extra dairy, fcK?.Mc; fresh parking stock. Jo. Eggs Frwsn stock. lOQ.litlie per dozen. Live . poultry Turkeys. per In.; lehickens (.hens), 7Wc; roosters, 6c; docks, Blttc; geese, 54.HK3 4.53 per dozen. Potatoes Barbanks, Kfi.l'te per bush el. New Potatoes, Sl.;5i2.73 per barrel Apples Fair to fancy, $3.Sif4.2i per bbL Honey White clover. I:tl4c cr lb.; broken comb. fii,l(lc; extracted. &c. Straw berries Michigan, 75cQ$MO,per U-quart case. Chicago Live Stock. CnicAoo, Jnne 2. Live Stock Prices at tho I'nion Stock yards today ranged as follows: Bogs Esti mated receijAs for the dav, i;;.oi; sales ranged at S2-Kr3JJ.4l pigs, ).ir.33.40 light, $i.T.V.a rough packing, ta mixud, and $3.00g3.2u heavy packing and shipping lots. Cattle Estimated receipts for the day, 8,5UU; quotations ranged at (t.lj?.l.iu choice to extra shipping steers, t-l.rt'KjU.15 good to choice do . $a.07;4.uo fair to good, ia.4503.ftij common to medium do., S3.3t.tlu butchers' steers, $i.t!05J.je atDckers. $3.2Wf3.l) feeders, $l.(.u:i.5 cows, 8L'.eis4.in heifura. 8S.uia3.ou bulls, ii. ;5t4.UU Texas steers, and 8-l.uiHii6.50 veal calves. Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipts for the dav. 15.UM; salt ranged at $3.0IKf 4.1U west erns. :!- Texans, f.SiiH 3j natives anj rlti O.flu lambs. Vb Laeal ataa-kata. Corn MfKITe. Oats lsofiuac llav Thaoth. S19- anli MMlt; wild. MM; alouaa, rtOtS; baled. ouu; Billet, iu. ( Entatoas- 15c. raonryoM. Batter rate to caoloa, l!!ie; fresh V17. Begs Preah, 8c . Chickens Tc Tnrkeya 6c mete tc Packs Be un STOCK. Cattle Butchers pay for corn fad steer Scesejcow and heifers, SfcCaUvtc; calves. Stto&4He. , Eocs-SttSHe. Sheep Hc Spring laaib-81 .8054 a head. FUEL. Ooal-BofLIOe. 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H SXE2X02T SOB, A$rent. 151 S Sxwnd Avenna. ... ROCK ISLAND, ILL. LEGAL. Ezaentor's Notioe Batata of Jaatea T. Dixon, deceaaea. neandaralned having been aanointedaxeea. tor of tho last will and testament of James T. Dixon, lata of the county of Hock Island, tats of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives aoUca that he will appear before the aonnty court of Bock Island county, at the ofliee of the clerk of aaid court, la the ritv of Hock Island, at the July teim, on the arct Monday la July aen. at wnica tuna au persona nsvingciaiina agatnal said aetata are notified and requested to attend tor the purpose of having the aama adjusted. AU Person Indebted to aatd estate are re- 3 nested to atake Immediate payment to the ua erstaned. Dated this 8th day of May, A. P. IMS Patbick Outoa. Executor. Administrator's Notice. Ketate of John F. Bollman. deceased. The agderibjnen havmg bean appointed admm rstratrix of the estate of Jobn K. Boliman late of the coontv of Koek f.l.ml state of niinois, deoesMrl, hereby gives notice hat she will appear before the county court of Rock Island county, at the ofnes of the clerk n sata eourt, in the city of Knck Islsnd, at wo Ausuat term, on the drat Monday m Augn.t next, at which time all persons having elalma tgainst saal estate are notified and requested to attend, for the purpose of having the aama ad justed. AU persona indebted to said estate are rs- Sueated to make immediate payment to tho da rraigned.. Dated this Sftth day of May A. D.. 1ta, Mas. ilARMAH Bollbah, Administratrix. Publication Notice. STATE OF ILLTNOIS, I Boca Isuan ConaTT, Inthetnrenit court in chancery. Beptember tana. 189. turtle Dickinson rm Herbert Dicklnaou. Amdasit of nnn-resldeao. of the above defend ant. Herbert Dickinson, having beea filed ta the Clerk'a ofllce of the circuit court of aaid county, notice ia iher. fore hereby given to the raid non resident defendant that Ihs complainant a led aer bill of complaint In aaid court, on tne chancery aide thereof, on tbe Mb day of May. Hast, and that thereupoa a summons Issued ont of aaid court, wherein said suit is now pending, returna ble on the first Monday In the month of beptem ber next, as ia by law required. Mow, unleaa yoa. the said non-resident defend ant above named, Herbert Dicklnron, suaU person ally be and appear before said circuit court, on tbe first day of tbe next term thereof, to be bolden at Rock Ialand in and for tbe said county, on ihs llrat Monday in September next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant a bill of com plaint, the same and tne matters and thing therein charged and stated will be taken aa con fessed, and a decree entered against yoa accord jug to the prayerof said bill. U scrub W. GAUaLB, Clerk. Rock Island, 111.. MayT.lsoe. S. R. KanwoBTBV. Complainant's SoHclter. Administrator's Sale. STATE OF ILLINOIS. I Boca Islaxd Ooditt. I In tbe county court, May term. A. D., 18BS. latberfne Scbafer, administratrix of the estate oftihristlen Scliufer, decaasrd. pet oner. va. Mary Bolilo-f. Ibeodore Huldorf, Oeorjje Pchafer. Alice S'hafer, Catherine Kurih, Wli- Ham Kunb. John Behater. Mary Srhafer, Jaaes Bchafer and Louies tcbafer, defendama. Petition to sell real estate to pay debts. To whom it may concern: Notice ia hereby iriven that by virtue of an order aad decree of the eountr court of Rock Island county. Illinois, entered tn tbe petition of tbe unrierrigaed, Catberire febafer, as administratrix of tbe es tate of Christian bchafer, deceased, for lesvo to ell the real estate of said decessed at aaid May term A. I). InOu, r.f raid court, the undrraiKaed will on lbs 4ib. ay of June A. D., lsHO, belweeu tbe hours of tan (1U o'clock lu tbe forenoon and four (4) o'clock In tha afternoon of aaid day, to wit, at the hour of two (t) o'clock p. m. aell at public sale at the south door of the eourt nouee in tbe city of Rock island in ssid county and state, to tbe highest and beat bidder tbe real as Late described aa foliowa. Urn it : South half (H) of lot fire (5) and the north Hfty rn) feet r.f lot eight (H) In block seventy (TO) in C'bicavo or Loweraddltion-to tne city of iMock. Island and lota one (1) and two ci) lu block three ( in Balky Davenport's addition to the city of Hock Island, all in the city of Rock island. In tbe county of Hock Island and the state of Illinois, aaid sale to be of said real estate exonerated of all claim, right or interest therein on account of dower and homestead In favor of tbe widow of tbe said Christ aa Bchafer, decs seed. Terma of sale cash. Hated th'a 5th day of May, las. . . , , CATBBBtaB rV-BAVaa, Administratrix of the estate of ChrisUaa Debater, deceased. ' C J. Bs a bib. Solicitor. Sal of Real Estate. By virtue of an order and decree of the county court of Rock Island coun ty, llllDol", marfe on the petition of tbe undersigned Charles Bchrelber, adminis trator of tbe estate of Olaf A. Anderson deceased, for leave to sell tbe real estate of said deceased, at the May term. A. II.. 18a. of said court, to -wtt:on tbe 11Tb day of May Ias, I shall on tbe 19th day of Jane next, uetwieu tbe hours of 10 o'clock in tk forenoon and 4 o'clock tn tbe afternoon of aaid dav. to wit : at tbe honr of o'clock in tbe afternoon of raid day. sell at pub lic sere, nt we souin aoor or ins conn nouse la the city of Rock Island, In aatd conaty. all the lu tereitnf s'd Olaf A. Anderson, deceased, at tbe tisaeof his d'seas. aad also the homestead aad Oower Interest of the widow In snd to the teal es tate Q'-scr im-e aa follows, io-wii: ItegiBDitxattbsaortaieaateonierof tha south hslf fit, l of the nnstheaat aama, K. of aeetioo asnaber are (SI. ia towa- sbip namber seventeen f 17i north, ratige number ,ne fl scsl of tbe fourth Ml ptfacipal meridian. Uienresou'h on eactt n line fft 9u) trt t for a starting point ; thene West one ba dred a d twenty --urM I) feet, thanes south fty H1 feet. ibeeeast oae sneered twenty if nt (1 feet, iheace anrti f rty (So feat to the place of brg-naina. All Hnea to rua parallel with tbe correal onding se tlon Uses, reservu. a atno toet,ty-eii;bt feel feet wide aa the east aide for a road. Heme tha prvaiisee now knows aad described as lot ssmser two 01, ha block somaa r nn IU) ia Urlaado (Raid's addUiou to toe city of .folhie. aa designated oaths recorded plat of said ado-turn, r-abject to two Baortcarsa as fol I'i' !n foe thM hood red sixtv-lve drVara (twa 09) with interest aa aevea per ceat from Jely a. 1S owned by Jaliette LadlnsUm. and one for sfiy dollara ((Xo.OOl wtth laterast I hereon "beiat.f seven per cent per aanam aad owned by MrlsJ. Melarm, said above described ?ZmiZ aliuated la Rock lsiaad tvwniy. Illinois. oo the followir tera. o-wH: Cash in hand. Dated this Uta day of May A. D.1WM CatABLEa BCDBBIBBB. Administrator of iht estate of Olaf A. Aadetsoa, jAcasoa A rimer, Attorneya. ,r. Children Cry fpr Pitcher'o Cattoria. Steel Range women who devote their THE TlAVELEKa' tilUDK. PBIOAOO, MOCK ULAMD PAOIPIO BaOway Tlcaets can t iwrcbsssd or haw gaga checked at K I e Twentlstb street depot or CR I P depot earner Fifth avraao and ratny-arat sueetyFrsak B. mimmir. Irm l TRAIN A. Eaa. Denver Limited AOmrJia. It I ra am FL Worth, Denver K.O..U 4 0ar -1 l.ttsaaa II -SAM! wiaaeapojla ItSna Omaha a Dee Moines It :46 a-- tOmaaa ak M intra polls Int :atf am "M!?!sa w a as am tlojawa Oaaaba Di Moinae Ex... 1:Wui Khnaha Mlnneapolhi Ex.. ejt:laam Oraver. Lincoln AS Omaha... 111 aai at. faul Al Mianeaaolia am Ouarear, Ft. Worth Al K.O.. :." aaa t4:St,am tS:Maaa t tlna rWMSpaB tKanaasclty st. Joseph. 1(1.issn tKock island A Washlntrvoa. sum aaa tObleaa-oADes Moines 1 1 Mpa Rock Island Ktoart Aaaoai.. T:80 pm Rock UlaiidABrookiya Aa,.. pm v armiaia 1 1 Apia tT:lfam t t.-wam tt:Oaai Arrrval. tDepartars. tltalty.axeeptBucaVay. AU others dallv. Tslspbons IdU. Sunday rvminrv a Pallman sleeper win he at the d. pot after 10:30. which wUI leave for Chica go at S:t a. aa. Monday. DTJRLTNGTOM BUTTE 0 B. At BAIL- a way vepot r'rat m. t. Youaa. ageat. TBMBB. USAVB. lABBTV St. 1, apringflcld, Peoria, Bur. tima via Mnttaaouth Chicago. BterMng, Clinton At T8aa.fapaa uunoquo Peoria, Board-Uiwn. Bur Uncton A West T Jbam t I:g4psa tt:lpatMMata Bt. Paul Minneapolis I :S pm t .SO em sterling. Clinton Dubuque't i.U uaa t 8MB nra St. L , Tiansaa City, Denverl H Pec Coast via falesb'rgle pa St am Dally. tDaily except Buaday. pHIOAOO, MILWAUKEE BT. PACL Railway Raetae BMtbwsetara DrvWIsi Depot Twentieth atreet. balwiaa riat and ttacond avanaaa, L. H. Urasr, Agent. TBAm. Lbavb. Mail and Express St. Pan I Express...... Freight and Aceommodat'a. Tr0 aa 4S pa BO am Ml pa Uia lUsa Daily except Sunday. Doom Ulamd Feokia Bailwat 1. D2 1 Avanas ana (wstuletk rtrast. . L, Oog, ageab TEA 1KB. Rastera x. '"The Trilby. Peoria a bttouls Mail Ex.. Bxpraaa Peoria Aceom. Freight... Kberrard Aecoamodation... Cable AocomBsodattoa..M. Cable Accomtaodaclon Lbavb 4 'All am Al ! rffau pn a-osaa u:o pea ll:li i a Isj an 4:M t t i'a T:W. an 1H pm f :llpss 6:tiain -! mm 1 tf .m raasecger trains leave R. I. At p. (MoUre avenue) depot 8ve () adautes earlier thaa Una given. Trains marked e Ostly, all other tralaa daily except Banday. asj PcBLih-aTOM, Cedar Bapide hoi-.hem Railway. B4rot foot of Bn:t rtrett, Uavenjt. J as. laorloa. waa. Tat Davenport Trains. Laavu Aaarvs fc" . M: pm blOiat aia Ftebrbt M: tm H m aft . f Wertb. itAnatk . ..I bl.toaa !hlo:H'a -.'aJO.aypail s 4A,iu ..1 M-an,a I bt xgpa ibilaoaia Faasieturer. m. -wo. -;; erstght a Daily. r-Ueuy except Bunday. tthnng t tQotng Bonth ard east. Ho. II ruaa bet' jorth. NEW PASSENGER SERVICE To the East via the R. I. & P. Lv nnvenuort Peepv HtnM, .-in. 4 Saal I aoaai lucpa Lv tVucB lalsat..... l7aa 0aa TMian a Itaa titpm pa SMaa la pa Its pa c tt I a r Depot Lv Rock Island Twentieth at Depot receia. .... . . . ... Ar Bloominglon....... Ar Itdanabolia ....... Ar Lrrnlflwtflai 8061 !l Plata! ton pa I l'.pm' (sr. pa Idpm aiaa I aa . . Ar CinclcaatL......... Ar lmytun.. ........... son pan ii fSpa T fm lpm Ar Colnabus..... Ar Jeck-MiviUa..... Ar Hnrlnaeaia it' an pa a nam It it am tauaa 1 to pa ruia tup sr. . Hits ttlmm t It pm i IK pa I mi pat tf. its epm !l I'-MB I Mast fOO pa as vaa 1UH am Ar Bt Los Is. '. UUaa tis ta! Ar Lineolsw........... trbeeatur 4, SJatt. Ittlaai W nam I Ar nvmsv!ie.... j iepa.1 ar Tsrra Bauts ....... THROUGH CARSERVICE Lines eart of Peoria carry ikrorArm coaches oi leepinc ears oa Big kt trains to principle cities- R. STOCKHOUSE, Gea. Ticket AjrBt. saautt or itnivATlQttS. - idED-AKE-KUREf 'J '1 Ctv;w,S t" i JACKSON MCOICALCQ. CHICAGO U ieo jo uaw ar mpchul Kay. N.B. Don1 take any sObslitute J with ihe same name but different -4 Jftpellirrrf onatikh yourdrufifiist 5 mokes twice as much etwaat or tuTAvnoMs; A. J. BAiaa. routhsva. aadUrd bt-ock laaved -i