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TUB TBAVELEB8' GUIDF. Phicaoo, BOOB IILABD FACinC -Tickets can be parch Mad or bar - Rriw gage chceC4d at B I e Twentieth street depcl crCKlaf depot corner Fifth avenue an fclitj srst etraetyjrauk B. Phuamer, Agent. TKAI.N8 Der.v-.r utalwd A OaxuaT Ft. Worth, Dnvt a.O.. M'.nBfcApOIlB ... Oma.a A Dm Koikes..... tOrasu A Minneapolis... OmatiaADes Molnea Ex... fOravi A Minneapolis Bx. . Denver, Linenlc A Omaha... St. rani Minneapolis Dearer, Ft. Worth i LC. )KuiM Ctty St. Joeeoh. jKtci laienl A Washington tchtearo A Dea Mouse r i ami 8:08 aa 4:40 itiSOtuc :15pn 8:30 V 4:yiao t 6:09 am t T:46 a -i 11:80 am 7:40 m '10:pn t 4: an IiHia (.00 am t 8:10 t 9:80p tl0:4pn tf:Waa tl:Kpc tf:lea t T:30 as 4:38 am lOSOim 1 10 on Kick I.iandAStnart Anton.. Bock Island ADrooklTB ae.. 6 18 pm .! T:en Arrival t Departure. tDa1r.eseentatuida All other dairy, relevbone UN. Sanaa? evening a Pniliaaa s)ep will ha a the depot after 10:30. which will leav for Ctie . to at ; a. m. Monday. BURLIHGTOH BUUTBO.. A. A i u way Depot Jlist sveon tad Jiixtooiit street, M. J. Toting, agent. TK-.1WS taava anarm fit. L., sprtngiwid, faoria. Bar. Quin Tla Monmouth IM exs T p Chicago, sterling, Clinton A uobuqna t T:ani t 8:6p Peoria, Beardstown, Bor- Unburn A West t t:4Spn tll-80s U Paul A Minneapolis :S6 pm T0 as terllng, Clinton Dorraoue t 4 JSpsxjt Stua rt. L., Kiumi City, Denver A I'm:. Uoart via Gslesb'm M pral 8:JB an "!'..?- tDil except encdajr. CHICAGO, ttlXWATjatS A ST. PACI BUHvey Raaae A Banthwaatara Dlvlatoe -De ot Twantletn street, between flrat an Cecoa 1 svennes, L. H Greer, Agent. TftatMS Lsaw I annry hall and AXiaeae 140 ami t:IOp i. Pail 3iiress. 4.00 pral tlrSOan freight and Afcorainodafp. 8:OT are! :80an Dally except Sunday. Dock Island a Pbokia Raimi ,s Djpot Tint Avenn and Twauttatb atraat, K. L. Gaff, agent. TK4.IWB Lsavn Annrya altera Bx. -rnt t nu". .. 4:40 am io:SB pa lecriaaoiLsuisXall Ba... :0S am 4:40 pn IXI.TMS.... 1:16 pm ll:lt an eor la Aeeom. 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I A P Depot Lv Rock Island 4 K am 7 Si era 487am SOOam 4 to am I Ob am T IS am 11 IP am 9 IS am tlpm 49 pm 8 16 pm 8 rn 6 00 pm 8 08 pm 10)pm loaflpm Bfi pm 1 IB am 10 an 7 M pm 10 b am juipm 7 (8 do tlSsm 3 IS pm lv 4 Bu. 4 in pro 12 IB pm 8 45 pm 8 10 pm 100 pm I40t. 148 pa 6 00 Pa Twentieth at Depot; Ar renna Ar Hloominjrtnn...... Ar Ird arnpoUf ...... Ar LoiilAvilla,. ... Ar Cin"lnrjtl. ....... Ar Dayton............ Ar lilumhoa. Ar JarkM nvlilo...... Ar CiprinxK'ld Ar St Ixmte Ar Lincoln..... ...... er lpctnr.. ......... Ar MatVMHi Ar HTeiisvtlle. Ar Terra Haota ...... 918 pa 8 SO as 748 an 7 10 in 81 an 7 Ml as 8 JO pa 8 38uii 88San- 8 88 un 4S pn 1J 4S po iwap THROUGH CARSERV1CI Lines eat ot Tecria carry throngl CUACD68 ana sjoeping cbtb on nigh tralni to prlaoiple oitletu R. STOCKHOUSE, Ga. Ticket Agent. Colona Sand Stone Quarries Sawed building stone Ashlar and trimmings a specialty. For rheapnesfl, durability and boati t j excelled by none. This etnno does not wash or color the well with alkali, oto. Plans sent ns (or estimates will receive careful attention and be returned promptly, at oar expense. Quarries 12 miles from Rook Island oa the C, B. Q. R. B. Trains Kos. 5 and 10 will stop and lot visitors 08 and on. Bridge stone, corn crib blocks and foundation stone any size desired. Hnmples of Stone and Photos of Huildlngs can be seen at Room No. 12. Mitchell at Lynda's build ing. Address: Arthur Burrall, manager, Rock Island or Colona, 111. DROP m BILLY CATTON'S ,,.. n . . White Seal saloon 1515 decoad Avenue. . Even tnby ntrl dcrstands that it! ia not riKht that mother should be always sicklT. nervous, fretful and ctosa Baby wonaera wnat the matter. Baby would willingly help if he could. It lies with the woman herself to help herself. No one else can do it. She can help herself if she will. If a woman will take proper care of her womanly aelf; if she will nse the right rem edy for weakness arid disease of the organs that bear the bnrdens of maternity, she will soon tc beallhv, vigorous and amiable. She will be able to help baby, instead of leavinz babv to try and help her. A wonderful remedy for weakness and disease of the organs that make wifehood and motherhood possible is fonnd in Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acta di. rectly on these organs. It makes them strong and healthy. It has transformed thousands of suffering, pain-racked women into healthy, happy wives and mothers. It allays inflammation, soothes pain, and steadies and invigorates the nerves. It pre pares for wifehood and motherhood. It in sures inherently healthy children. All good druggists sell it. There is nothing "iust the same" or int as good." The druKRist who tells you there is, is either mistaken or aisnonest. Sirs. Toseoh Simmons, of TTazelgreen. Grant Co.. wis., writes: "Inclosed nnd 31 cents in n3rvSe our I)r. Pierre's Favorite Prescriotion. and hi Goldtrn Medical Discovery' and - Pellets' and have received a great deal of benefit from them." When a story writer puts in a doctor he is always said to ''Look wise." Over one million people have looked wise and acted wiselv. They have bought Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Adviser. Of these wise folks, 63o,ooo of them paid $1.50 a copy for the book. It was cheap at that. It is a book of 100S pages, with 300 illustrations. Think of that. A medical book too. Every. tKMlv knows now expensive a medical edu cation is. Now there is a great edition of this book, that is being given away. Yon pay the cost of mailing, that's all. You send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in strong tnanilla covers. If you desire a fine em bossed French cloth cover, send 31 one-cent stamps. Address, World's Dispensary Med ical Association, uunaio, x. X. A Woman's Happiness. rwrnty years a hopeless invalid. lie comes in a month, well and strong. The nTJTnher of laities who are wholW or it mrt. invalids, is marvelous. Complaint' Mrcttlinr to the sex nndermtne the he a HI tik-kly. Thcv are too seldom crtrcd. Vet tare is not aimcn.t witn tne proper remedirs ins lady tells tnc secret, "i nave been a in ct eazovears. lVlnn doctors treat tt me, btit none wen able to fzive rein ! A box each of YYiW Olive and Mrrtlt Tonic have e'erer me. Fonr week: ago I could not dr my own work- now 1 nave no svmptomsat all.' Kirs, therks;- THOMAS, Paint ersville, O. Th:? ladv is prominent in hcrconnty. All know her and re joice in ber recov erv. The remedie thnt cured her aretotally diiTrrent from others n the market. Wild Olive is a local anplica .on harmless, vet ouick and certr.m to re- 'hnrccs and irrecu I antics. Mvrtle Toni htiiliis us the svsttm mnkes the cure nermn ncnt. A reliable soirntitic, rommon-vnw an4 'conomicml nlan ot home treatment. Keme lies SI. each. Mild cases need Wild C'Sivt only. Samples nnd an instructive trcntist rcc. VICTOR MBDICAL ASSOCIATION. South Bend. Ind. Mm M. J Sj. rokitt. Agent, 111 lUiy-MTWaBU liOClalal4U.d Woltiao Jeweler. VVr are showing our Usual line, of fine Watchea. Cliidrs, jee!ry and M'we-ywarft. Fred Woltman, Jeweler. Keiiahl Oeods at Q'lot-Botloui Price 180ft SSCV ATK.TCC VITALIS - - anyaa st ataa sftvai awaall THE NEW FBEICH KEMEOYs nv4 Nt-rrouancM. I int.iU-ilcv. 1 SOtttDay. Rahtly J-: miss !., Kvil Inwsnn Wuiinc durim and all .ftVcis of s.lf-a'we or exevss ant indimian. Kainm Lost Vitality. Poiver and Failing Memory. Watds orT Insanity and consumption. Cnres when all others tail. Insist oa hsvinx ITAI IS. nonttarr. Can be carried in tbe vest nockM. By mall Sl-OO per pat kee nn rT S-.OO wit.li a i:rmnu- 40 lore mr XcltUMi inp swifT. vrruiar rree. AfMresa CALUMtT MEDiCiNE CO , CHICAGO, ILL ror sale by atarsnau a iTiaser sad Eana at rj lasaayet. drnaalM. Are the most fatal of -all diseases. FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE & GUARANTEED reineds ar monev refunded. Con- tains remedies recognized by all eminent physician I Prk soft, sbn Wev, 9& mm w raiLia tea?ft.jcr THE ABOVE RESULTSOu Ball. AoJ ltquicaiy n-xl aurel r.i -ftJear EAST AND SOUTH. Details of th Result Other Side - of theTAIIeghanies. IITE5SE OTEBEST AT GOTHAM. Great Crowds Collect in Printing House Square. oat of Thoee Present Are Bryan Mea and McKlnley Cheers Are Scarce Vote, How ever, Shows That the Ohio Man Was ia tha Ballot Boxes Very Heavily Returns from New England Ham XeAhlae; ia Them bat Republican Seajoritlea. New York, Nov. 4. New York city Elves a majority for the Republican candidate for president of the United States. When 1.300 precincts out of the 1,392 in the city were in they showed a vote of 148,537 for McKinley, 129.267 for Bryan, and 5.279 for Palmer. The news from the whole outside of New York city was equally gratifying to the Republicans. Early in the evening; 590 out of the 3.3M in the state outside of the city and Kings county gave the following figAes: Bryan, 58,- 432; McKinley, 97,373; Palmer. 1,175. The same election districts in 1S92 gave Cleveland, 66.006; Harrison. 80.880. The Kings county vote at the same time showed the following In 420 eloction dis tricts out of 629: JLcKir.ley. 6S.647: Bryan. 48.790; Palmer. 2.550. In 1892 the same districts gave -Harrison 47,042; Cleveland, 66.7S3. McKinley's plurality 'over Bryan In New York city ia 16,5. Interest tat the Elect ion Rcta: There were little squads of sight seers in Printing House square all day long, looking at the elaborate prepara tions making bythe newspapers for the display of the returns. Shortly after 5 o'clock crowds began to gather, how ever, and by 6 the people were massed all the way from the cable tracks In Park Row to the eastern end of the city hall. It was a noisy but good humored crowd, ami the majority was evidently for Brya as was shown by the applause when portraits of cundl dates were thrown on the screens. Bryan was rapturously cheered, while McKinley's picture ecarcely evoked a sound. The tin horn fiends were large ly in evidence, but tie people who had made early purchases of horns were evldontly Bryanites, for at 7, when the tide was strong for McKinley, hardly horn was heard. But when the later hours rolled around the clamor increased, and it took up tbo universal sound that makes up McKin ley s name. Stat tllves McKinley 800,000 Nearly. New York, ov. 4. Based upon re turns from one-fourth of the election districts above the Harlem, together with the nearly complete returns from New York and Kings county, which include New York city and Brook' !n, the plurality of McKinley over Bryan In the state of New York is es timated at 295.000. Kew York Estimate on Congress, At 1:30 a. m. the returns from the various states Indicate the election of 209 Republican congressmen and 85 Democrats. No returns have been re ceived from Alabama, California. Dela ware, Kansas, Missouri or Washing ton. The present complexion of the house is 224 Republicans. 105 Demo crats and 6 Populists and one silver party. Results In Hew England- Following are some of the claims made by the Republicans a to eastern states, the estimates being compiled from returns compared with those of 1892: Maine Republican plurality estimat ed at 40,000. Vermont Republican plurality, S5, 000. New Hampshire Republican plural lty. 23,000. Connecticut McKinley's plurality, 50.000; legislature overwhelmingly Re publican and all four Republican repre sentatives in congress. Massachusetts Republican plurality, about 120.000. Rhode Island McKinley's plurality, 10,000, the highest plurality ever giv en: both Republican representatives elected. New Jersey gives McKinley from 40,- 000 to 60,000 plurality and elects six Republican representatives out of eight, with a chance for seven. In Delaware the indications are that McKinley has carried the state by 1, 000; Democratic state ticket wins. Pennsylvania gives McKinley over 300,000 plurality. Votea lath Southern tatee. For the southern states the following figures are given: Virginia For Bryan by about half the usual majority of the Democrats, about 20.000. Maryland t our Republican repre sentatives sure, one in doubt and one Democratic. Plurality for McKinley 29,000. He carries Baltimore Ly about 21,000. Tennessee Democrats claim the state as safe for Bryan by 25,000, and eight of ten representatives. Kentucky McKinley's plurality. 15.- 000: lower house of the legislature Re publican. Breckinridge elected repre sentative. Arkansas All Democratic represen tatives elected; Bryan's plurality, 25, 000. Texas Republicans claim the state. pui tne oajveaion iews conoeues it to itryan. x ne representatives are in ... . ... "C,V " T. 'PUD"c"n gains; Republicans claim 15.000 plural- ity- Mississippi Bryan's estimated P'u rality, M.000; Watson's vote about 10, eon. Louisiana Bryan caries the state by 25.000 to 40,000. Alabama Democrats claim the state bv 40.0000; Populists say it is very cse. South Carolina From 45,000 to 0.000 for Bryan. Florida Plurality for Bryan. 10.000. North Carolina In doubt: both par ties claim it Democrats by 10.000 to Ji.COO; Republicans by 8.000 to ll.OOO. I Bay Mate's Congresamea. From Boston a dispatch stated that j u luuQftmf rcpreseniauvea war elected: First district. Wrtgttt. Otep.); Second, GlUett, (Rep.); Third, Walker, (Rep.); Fourth. Weymouth, (Rep.): Fifth, Knox. (!&?P-: Sixth, Moody. (Rep.); Seventh. Barrett, (Rep.): Eighth, McCaU. (Rep.); Ninth. Fitx Kerald. (Dera.): Tenth. fh doubt): Eleventh. Sprmgue. (Rep.); Twelfth, Lovering. (Rep.); Thirteenth, Simp kins, (Rep.) DELAWARE MIXES HER, DRIXKg. Votea for McKinley and Electa tha Denae craxle State Ticket. Wilmington, Nov. . Returns from this dry and all over the state are very slow. Those received from a lew precincts In this city show slight Republican 1 oases on the presidential vote, as comparea with the vote for governor in 18M, when Mar vil (Rep.) bad 1.000 majority. It is be lieved, however, that the Republicans will elect the presidential electors by at least .000 majority, bnt lnnneii luetn.) will probably be elected governor, and Handy, free silver congressman, la also probably elected. Reports from Kent and Sussex counties say there was a great deal of trouble at the polls, the Addicks men ttempHng to seeure the voters' assist ance. In some districts no eiccuou was held. The Democrats claim that they have carried Kent and Sussex counties by small pluralities. McKinley Conceded Maryland. Baltimore. Md.. Nov. 4. Chairman Talbott, of the Democratic state central committee, last night conceded Mary land to the Republicans, but would give no figures. Chairman Wellington, of the Republican committee, authorized the following: "We have carried the state of Maryland for McKinley by at least 50.000 majority. The city of Baltimore has given over 20.000. We have certainly elected five congressmen out of six. with the sixth as yet in doubt. Have carried every ward In the city and will carry at least 19 out of the 23 counties In the state. "GEORGE 1 WELLINGTON." Reports from Kew Jersey. New York. Nov. 4. Reports received from all parts of New Jersey, with no county complete. Indicate the state has gone Republican by 4.000 on presl dent. Seven of the eight Republican candidates for congress appear to be elected. The state legislature will probably stand: Assembly Republi cans, 44 or 45: Democrats, 15 or 16. Senate Republicans, Is; Democrats, 3. Three and perhaps four of the 21 counties have gone Democratic. The Palmer and Buckner vote is lighter than was expected. Itepnbliraa Victory In South Carolina, Winston. 8. C.. Nov. 4. The Demo crats concede Forsyth county to the Republicans by 500 majority for Mc Kinley against 439 for Cleveland In 1892, and the entire Republican ticket by a smaller figure. Palmer and Buck ner get less than a dosen votes in Win ston-Salem. which gives the Republi cans a majority of 100 or more. The returns from the rural dlstrlrtawlll not be received before today. Ditno- crats and Republicans are claiming this, the Eighth congressional dis trlct. One of the Features la Maasachaaetta. Boston, Nov. 4. McKinley's mnjorlty in Massachusetts is now placed at U'4,000. Republican candidates for president and governor have carried every city and town for the first time in the history of the state. The congressional delegation is unchanged twelve Republicans and one Democrat, the latter tho only one In New Kngland. Tha gold vote was about S per cent. There is little dmxrencs In the vote between Bryan and Williams. The Way Alleghany County Went, Pittsburg, Pa.. Nov. 4. McKinley has carried Allegheny county by at least 40,000. State Senator C. I. Magce has a majority of about 13,000. The en tire Republican legislative ticket has been elected, with the exception of one Democrat and Congressman John Dal- sell, of the Twenty-second, and W. A. Stone, of the Twenty-third district, are re-elected. Kepubllran Claim Florida. Washington. Nov. 4. A special to The Star from St. Augustine. Fla-. says that the Republicans made a gain of over 60 per cent in St. John county. Half the vote gives B"yan a plurality of only 90. The Star has a special from Dallas. Texas, that 45 counties show heavy Republican gains, and that the Republicans claim the state by 40,000. The Pennsylvania Delegation. Philadelphia, Nov. 4. Including the two congrcssmen-at large Pennsylvania elected thirty congressmen. According to the latest returns received by the Asst. dated Press the delegation will be divided politically as follows: Republicans, 8 Democrats, 9 the same as in the last eon- WITH THE WASUIXGTU! OFFICIALS. Canaan! Proportion of Them IMd Kot Go Homo to Vote. Washington, Nov. 4. An unusual proportion ot government officials in the higher offices remained In Washing ton and did not vote. The list Included President Cleveland and lYtvate Sec retary Thurber, who were at the White House most of the day; Secretaries Ot ney. Carlisle who lost his vote by technicality of the law) and Morton Solicitor :eneral Humes Conrad, ot Virginia; Assistant Attorney General Thomas; Assistant Secretaries Rock h '11. Dehney and Sims, and a number of In reauchiefs,someof whom, however, lost their votes by reason of long residence In W ashington. Among those who did not vote were Secretaries Francis. Herbert and La mont. Postmaster General Wilson. At torney General Harmon. Assistant At tomey General Whitney of Ne Tork Assistant Secretary Baldwin (of the state department). Assistant Becre- tarles Hamlin. Curtis and Wllke (of th . treasury department). Comptroller I Fckela. Assistant Switirv Revnolda. - , r-..l tinner.. and Land Commissioner Lamoreaux (of the Interior department), and As- . sistants Postmaster General Jones, I Nellson. Craig and MaxwelL Assistant Secretary McAdco, of th navy depart . ment. went to New Jersey. Civil Serv- lee Commissioner Proctor paired with . a Kentucky free silver friend, and I Commissioners Rice and Harlow voted ( in Albany and 8t. Louis respectively. Chairman Faulkner, of the demo cratic congressional committee: Sen ator Gorman, and a few other notable Democrats were locked In Democratic headquarters here last night, receiving the news. They refused admittance to j all. including newspaper DECISION IN .rJfcU Details Gfefly Given. ail way St. Louis. Nov. 4. In the fnlted States circuit court of appeals. In the suit brought ' by Sallie Greenthal against tbs Iron Mountain Railway company and the Pullman Palace Car company, for damages, the Judgment of the Arkansas federal court was af firmed. The plaintiff was the widow of Isadora Meyers. On Feb. 17. 1891. Meyers bearded a train, and while sitting In the Pulman car w as shot and killed by J. W. Graetter, a passenger. Graetter was a lunatic In charge of two keepers. Meyers did not know he was Insane, the petition alleges. The evidence was that the conductor knew that Graetter was Insane. Knowing this. It was his duty to put the passen gers oa their caution. The conductor was also killed by Graetter. The court holds the railway company liable for damages, and says the servants of the road must protect the passengers. CLASSIFIED SERVICE IS GROWING. Order Issued That Adda t.lo Xavy Do- part meat Mea Thereto. Washington. Nov. 4. About MOO em ployes have been added to the classi fied sen-Ice by the issuance of an or der by the president Monday, direct ing that the rules of the navy depart ment regulating employment of labor at the navy yards shall not be changed without the approval of the civil serv ice commission. The ordnance depart ment at large is placed in the classi fied service under civil service rules. The executive order also classified ex aminers In the department of Justice and exempted from examination attor neys and assistant attorneys now In the department whose main duties are connected with the management of cases In court. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. The skulls of eight humans were found in a cave In Breckinridge county, Ky. They are thought to have been vic tims of the John A. Murrell gang, who Inrplred the region with terror many years ago. At the Clerkenwell sessions. London. the grand Jury found true bills against Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Castle, of Saa Franrlrco. accused of shoplifting. The New York city dock department has deciJed to erect free roof gardens over certain piers along the water front near the tenement districts. Obituary: At Komo. Ind., Nathan Small. 92. At Napervllle. III.. Mrs. Harriet L. Van Dyck. (. At Mount Carroll. III., John Carver. 80. Tube Stanley, a mftie superintendent. was shot and fatally wounded on the way to the polls at Ashland. Ky by Ike Barker, who put three bullets In the victim's abdomen. Owing to the frequency of suicides In Chile, the dally newspapers of Val paralso and Santiago propose to sus pend the publication of all details re specting nuch crimes. When the Wilcox law goes Into effect In New York on Jan. 1 next, about 4.000 convicts In the state prisons will he Idle. By this law physical culture will t.ske the place of work, and pris oners will play football and tide bicy cles. Frank Jones, a negro, cast his ballot at East St. Louis, and while shouting that he had voted for McKinley fell dead to the sidewalk. Henry See beck, known to all the chil dren of Pearl street. New York. "Santa Claus." fell from the sidewalk Into an excavation and fractured his skull, killing him Instantly. It. Telfair Small, of Atlanta. Ga ts In New York consulting his lawyers In the suit for possession of the Telfair estate In Georgia. The estate Is valued at t25.000.000. A. M. Rarnhart, president of Barn hart Bros. Splndler, type founders, Chicago, came all the way from France to vote, only to find that und -r the laws of Illinois he was dirlnfran-hied. He had not registered. Joshua Levering, the Prohibition can diilate for president, spent most of elec tion day superintending the removal of his household gnls from his country residence to his home In Baltimore. A dlpath to the Madrid Impartial from Manilla, capital of the Philliplne Islands, says that a tipantsh column has defeated the Insurgents near Las Tinas. Elijah R. Glenn, wbo celebrated his one hundredth birthday a few weeks ago. walk d several mik from his home to his polling place In Newark. N. J., and cast his vole for Bryan and SewalL Teas Hoy wet Un a Ataoth. So Mr. Gil man Brown, of 34 Mill street. South Gardner. Mas., was told by the doctors. His son bad lunir trouble, following" trphoid ma laria, and he spent 374 with doc tors, who On all? gave him up, ssj in: "Your boy wuat lira month.' lie tried Pr. King's Ke Discovery snd a few bctlle restored him to health and enabled birn to ro to work a perfectly well man. He says be owe hi present rooci neaita to the nse of lr. King's Sew IHs ooverj, and knows it to be the best in the world for lane trouble. Trial bottles free at Harts a Ullemever drug store. Km ttaaahar. Foley's Honey and Tr does not claim to perTurm miracles, it uor not claim to cure all eases of eon nmntion or asthma. Bat it doe claim to give comfort and relief ia advanced states of these diseases and to usually cure esrly stage. It i certainly worth trying" by those af flicled or threatened with thee dread diseases. Hold by M. F. Baho- Mystic Cur for rheumatism and neure'itfte cur la 1 to t day. Its arrtioa npoa the system Is re markable and mytrkos. It r Bom at one) the caaae, aad tl a disease immediately disappear. Tie rat doe greatly relieraev. 7 earata. So!d try Otto Grot jaw. drstrist. Rock Island, an.d (.net hrhlctl at Una. t0 West Aacosd street. IHrpnrt. T Ones Ooe Pa tmr. Take Isxative Bromo Qaiane Tab ta. All drvcclsts reUsjd the asaej if u laiia to car. i oeat. A KaUrnd CSrtaTs Experiemcc Tin R- EDT7AKD EDMONDS, long iwl nected with railroad construction la Nebrxska.writei: Hy bean troubled and pained me for 19 years. Pbonueas of breath was the constant and mytoooBOQ symptom. Intense. excruciating pain, gauea?- ally followed any sere re exert ion. Faint acca. hunger without any appetite; flurtorias that mad me clutch my brraau and palpitation that often ataggeivd cue as If I would fall. were frequent attacks. A sain, everything would turn black If I arose front a stooping potture quickly. Sleepless nights with their Dr. Miles p"o "Tr""": wr numerous and I could Heart Cure ret no - a or night, , . 1 consulted leading pfay- KeStOreS slctaa sad tried advnr- H4.1irl Usi-d re ced lea. They nCaUlIUeeMse axreDenoralirf. One of Dr. stilus circulars duscrlbed toy case so exactly that I took Pr. Miles" New Koart Car and 1 am now a well man. I bop every ooe troubled with heart diseae will try Dr. Miles remedloa. If they wlliwrito nvc personally. I will gladly give them full details of my expetiooce." Eow. Eoaoaios. r. O. Box 68, David City, Kebraaka. Dr. Miles' 11 cart Cure Is sold oa guaraatc Uiax first botUa benefits or money ref-odod. Executor's Notioe. I state of Am-s'ak Tsars. Aeeset4 The andsrs'iMd nv1ne hara acantm eaara lot of the Mt Bill end Mm m of sauak rsorat a, lata of the 'Oaniy of Rork Is sra. tate of ll'lnota. datvesea. eoreby ive settee Wat be will appear a. for th county ennn of feck I. 'and roaot. at the ots-a rf tne elertt of e-td cua.l. la therltr frf hoc Iea L at Ike ha- vrnntrierm, tne area srunesy ra SJorrmbet next, at which flaw all serene having retims ag!u4 said etWM at notified aa raneeta to u nd for the porrxw o earing to tsm d Jea ed. All t ersoa. tanrTxod to eaia eauta arc reqowti d av auk tanatdtnei pajsaeet ts tus aa oat lir&ed. Dated tkts tttadaj of Att, A. D tSJt. J.S. ate. Bxacsrtor. Notice of Final Settlement state af Daniel row Mr. Deeeeee. rantle nottee ia hereby elyea that tha t-H m Drary. Kraraistrator, day Sled bis Saal report and en aa Suck la the eoenty court of Uland oonntv. and thai aa oroee We Rue entered by eaid court apefOTlnc tse said re port, aniee objrotUme Umn or raae to raa eon'rary be etN-wn on or before tne 7ra day oi noveasa r. a. u. ia. an epos ma anal ap proval of said report, tbe eeid feyroa Drury will ask for so order of distribution, and will aim sak torx-aiacAarred. Ail psrsiaM lalarasled see US.1 aa aoeoa. Socklalaod. IIL,Oct.Sa, ISM. BvansrsrsT. Adrn als'jator ef se Ketata f Denial rlf, Ae- Pnblleatlom K otter. rrATi of itxmoia, HooalavanOovTX. (" la ths Circuit court, fseeaibar ism. M. M tHnrgtos va. Patrick Orrsg Bugness. I esarKery fna.vn ex ts aon-voeiaeeK ex rArvs Oren Hoi sese. the bbov AeftwdaM. tbat pucr or rasiueoea ts srsnew an raat naos a and dll'ff- m toqatry raa not be aseesasloed, eevtnt e,n I ra la the derk'e oaten of toe clrras e-art of aaid enanty, noilee b therefore brre ay grvra w tr.e mta sa tissaesit aureaeaiir that the raejiarart Sled bte b'll .4 oata Plaint In the e.ld court oa tbe raaarert ir Uierenf oatne Vb d.y of Asgast, A. I. and tbat eatname arm iaaa t "erode ant Mid enaru b teia ea4 ai le now psndl fetemshie oa tbe IM Men my M 1 i.aarv r est. n a be law ran erred ro. nni'e ron. fbe eai s teen feasant above sasje. fatrkik uersa l. ebail nesoLallr be and appear hefor tbe mi etrrnn men on 'he Snal oar of best tm taeraor. to be bo1e at avaek Itsa4 Sad for said eoucty . am th am At aiSay to Jaaaary near, aed '. asjswr or dswat to toe eat eoerllna tit's Mil 4r-Bpiahw, the arn. ana we aaanrrs taarrta isainsi a sasiae will be takes a. eoafemtd sn4 aersv rfnnerd galtet fum aosurdusg tbe seayer of eaM MIL rnsovi as. tssa SoUetiort Amusements Theatre Caaa. Btrsa, Bteaager. For One Week. Commrnclng SuLfiiy Efenic, Not 1 The Stealc rrodcclka. PULSE OF NEW YORK tXTBA!! 2 PBuroazxamaTCES o S TO 1010 ra IS. sisEOTioif uight. TwayilacStiaaa. I'acileareoiraa am I twees each act. Pries Oaly (tie. Hasamed seal oa asl 17EAK Dim V MAOIC. caaeaitd aaad at fw a ook Lataxnaaa bow full SnaaJr vlsnr l easily, nick I r and i ai not.tJf rntnred. Isenaaa mlam n. af filed to Ignotr lid simciy a.e. aVmk tails Low fall MMt - Passat aad ton are tspas4 to every la of the Andr. Swat ari.h Miln. rrsaslaawaaial i feat tuaay Boaeeiat(looa. ricatx,t:FFuo,a.T. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. JmtSkMmatS QsTJtaTt, . AttoTaeys at Law.1 OtsMte tt OwsrmaTfJ & TJsa&aTsT, Attorneys Md ComsoeUors at Law. I his Attonaj at Law. af al km Tt SsmjnSWsua- giI.lTry ttt PaSattry. Attormeys M Im. neat tktcteUmLrsAa, OSes, I XT . OaaaTaS. ! Eye, Ear, Kom and Tkroat Only. i, WW ktrstsat :StsUa,aTb.tBBwi Atrlalteflts and SnperUteadeBU H. Ulmma lf6 hsfdlng. oeo p. nAVxnmAm Aroalteet. m far an la stents sleek. Umnrj (kta,Pn. CHIFFIAJSNOCK VUBSRliT. Cat flowers and DeslgB kladt. of all 0t HOT aveaa. Tel Dr. aToha Se ZZmmlftoratiB. DwrriST. DSNTIST, DUTZ8T. DXJVTUT. Zr. ?. Z. TJskmsTtet IDiill TiST. Oror. Ttanai . Whruker Bloafc. i saa a may sue, usempnru IV8URANCC. Hooft Q Dofjono. Insurance Agents. Vt0fsT Fir i tbe folkiwing: lias Os.. tl U acbaaar rts .firm VnrB MfiHtti nam .tiue.le. ta r wring edea Oarnim fee .ITjMan.ljirils roona, in Kew Haexpantr , K It . .Illwaenee. SVaj Sacarlty .Hew Uavea.Oea Offlo enmer Ethtia3srm treet Bod Telephrsne 1047. J M. DUFORP, General Insurance Agent. Uzzzi Prcaptly Pail m lass as say reTMbla casppaer afant! IsanWclSof. u tab ttorro AT B.UL:tufs ' Vlulaald Isipayani at.1 nsal. e Tar of mfrmm aad ITc'e Kld-MIt ffcled A, fioneltm. Dr. trft Renottlor, ' dBUatritaiiaii m m w Dastai rwrspra, sets At VMaMpat WsabratsiaastfiamBasta liMyaajrh. II