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TflE ARGUS. MONDAY, APRIL ih 1894.
Batata af Redotpa fkhweeko. d.eeaaei.
tWmiwImt aa1ake.e aeooalad inrt.
tnra ef Mm IM will iM " nt of Biaolpa
IKhnrkt, lea. Um count? Sock lalaad.
MM af lillaote. iinimt borafey elve nottec
thai tlH jr will appear Wfove ih. eoeaty coort of
aek lei.ad eoaatT, at tbe otic, of tba clerk of
aMeoart, ta tea cltv of Rock lalaad, at tba
Juna um. oa tba tnn Honda? la Jan. next
at ritra Una all pareooe having clalme agalnat
MM aatata ara entitled and reoiwated to attend
far tba aarpeaa of having tbo eame adjoeted.
All eereoae tad.bted to aaid aatata ara re-
Jaaatad la make ImmTittiti .lavseat to tba an
mlnnl. . Dated th!t tld da of March. A. D ISP.
' TtttBSRTA. WAfJNXK, '
1 w. r. cuwkx k,
atata of Jamee M. Stall, detteeeed .
. Tba aedarahntea eavtaa aaa appointed admla
fairatot of tba aatata of Jiaw av. Mull. Uta of
Iba aoaatj of Kara lalaad. etie of llliooia, de
eaaaod. hereby gtvee aotlca that ftu will appear
bafora tba roanty coan of Kork lalard coun
ty, at tba oflre of tba Clark of aatd conn, la
tba ettv of Bora lalaad. at tba J one term, on
tba I rat Moadajr Jane lV. at which
Haw all neranne bevtng claim, ai-alnat aatd e
tola are eotlnad end reqoceUid to nt'cud for the
perpoae of having the earn edjoeted. All per
eoaa Indebted to aaid aetate are eqoeetcd to
ma, loused lata farment to tha nnreraitfoeu.
LEWIS L. bTlTI.U
Dated tbli fT:h da? of March. A. i. IW.
ST ATI OF ILLINOIS, I
torn laiaeo Comi. I ... .
la the eirrult corn of aaid ftovk '.land roanty.
To the Mae tar A. O MM- o chancery. Kill
tofcrrrlt mortaaao. .... .
The HI. Hawk- Moneatcad Building. Lotn
and niTinee a-enclation. complainant. T. Al
bert W. W'adaamrb, Cora M- Wadawortb.
Ralph E. Hury, ana M. K. Mcllinn, defend-
Jo "he ahore-aaa rd defendant, X. F. McDInn:
ABMatif of yonr no-reatd n havlrts been filed
In the nfltcf of the clerk of ealrt rltcuH court, no
tire ta hefebr f Ten to yo. that the mitnvr named
rompUlnaal ha I rd In aatd r utl It MM of com
Vletnt aa mat yoa t.n the chancery ante of raid
eonrt; thai a aummona m rhar-eiry hea been
leaned In raid raw-anirat ynn. iMiirnahle to the
next term uf aaul court, to Ih b.gii a"d holden
al the eontt hooar. In thr rily n ok Inland, ta
raid ewatv. on the Krai Monday of Atuv A. D.
Ml, at which time and place yon wi'l appear,
tilted, anaw.ror demur to aaid billot complaint
If yon ana "... w 8ASIBr,K, pick,
awtcwrv A W i nr. a. Holicltnr lor t omnl'u
Knck laland, llliooia, Marra , A. O. IMH.
t haairerjr Si lire
STATE OF ILLINOIS, JM
In ihe rirrnl' rnurt of a al.1 Rock lland coontr.
'n the May tena A. D , 1MH. In chancery. BUI
' forrrleae aiortifac.
' ha H.a-ihit llumratend Bnlldinc. lan and
Ofinr AaMieialioti, rnmplainan. v. Alhtrt W.
V ad-worth, Cora H. Wwwnrrh.Ualph K. Ilney
tod M. f. Mi l.mn. rirfmdant.
en tha ahove named defi-nilant. M. K. Met; Inn '.
loavlt of your Bon rcaulenre havtnc; l"e-!n flli-d
1 the alhrr o( the clt rk of aaid circuit conn, no
. a la hereby ctven 'o yon that the ahove named
npiaio.nt baa filed In aaid conn Ua bt.l of emn
. int aralnat oa on "h ehaneory aide of raid
'irt; thai a anaimoca In chtrtv baa been I
1 4 in aid c mar aalnat you n-uirnanle to ihe
1 t terra of aaid annrt. 10 he hrirun ant boloen
n ha rutin hoM-e. In the riry ol Rork Island, in
I eourtv, en the Brt Moottay of May. A. II.,
1 ti, at wb. b time and p are ton will appear and
1 d, aaawrr or di-tnitr In -aid b'll of ctnpUiot
MiaevAl. t.aoKl.tW OAMBLK. Clerk.
vonaxT A Wi K.n. Soliriiora fur C impl'ta,
a k laland. Illinois. Man b lti. A. II.. 1MU.
' laLAan cocstt. t
I 1 m atrrnlt ronrt of Kork Island connty. to the
y lerxa A. I). 1J4 In chmrerj Bill to
d'ak Hawk llomeatend BnlldiBC. Loan A
ma; ormtioo. romplalnnnt. . Albert W,
dwnrta. ( nra H. W ariwaorth. Malpb i.
rr and M. F. Mrtiinn. riefanilint.
toe ahove saved drfrndnnt. M K. Met itnn;
avli of your aoa-reaideaee bavina been filed
em e or ine c rro or nl eirrult ronrv. bo-
a hereby Blra to JOB that the aoove named
.1 ainant bx Bled in ta a conn it mil 01 co
1 a'ainat ana on tla rbaneerv aide of Mid
- r: tnat a ummon' in rbaneery ta tieo 1
la "awl ean. asainat ynn, rrturnanie In the
term of aaid court, to bv hi'UB and bolden
a rotirt bna-e In the rty ef Bock laland, tz
coniitv, on Ih. I rat MoimIb of May, A. i
1, at whtcb time and plare yon will apnea
n au. aaawrr or tirmur m auid bill ti com
t If you are f.t .
I.KllROE W. I.AMBl.E. Clerk.
a?k I-land. Illlnola. Match t. A. II. it
'laKT Vt ai.kxn, Solicitor forCompl'ta.
TATE OF ILLIXUH, 1
1 n a 1sld Col-rr,
the Clrcart Conn of aaid Rock laland connty,
. He M y term. A. !., IntM. In Cliaacary. Bill to
' el'aa atorwrr.
, .lark Hawk BomeMrail Bllllillni. loan and
viiitf Aa-ficiatloo, t;omtMtnant, va. Albert v
- ad-wort b. Cora B. A art-worth, Italpb E
aryand at. F. Met. inn. OefendMnta.
" . the ahov. named dcfcBdani. M. K. McGinn
1 '.ilaMt of your non-rctlvnee bavins been Bird
1 tha office of te clerk of taid circuit conn.
ire la herefty urn to yon that the above
twd romolaiaant baa fllrd in aid court It hill
' -oaiplainl aaint yoa on the chancery ante of
I court; tnai a aummona in cnanrrry ha necn
.ted la aaid cauae aaainst yoa returnable to the
:t term of aaid coa t, to or b- iriin and holden
'.he rian hooee, la the rity of Kork laland, in
i mint, on the nrt Monday 1 f May, A. II..
t, at which time and place ynn will appear and
ad, araweror demur to aaid bill 01 complaint
fiEOROt W. QAMRt.K.trerk.
'wBlirtra Walbbb. Solicitor forCompl'ta
Uick lalaad. llliooia. March SMth. A. II, 1-W.
TTATI OF ILLINOIS,
It 1KB laLABIt COCBTT, f
' the Circuit conrt of aaid county to tba Jan
iry term. a. u. imh.
Ilium lloyer, Adam Boyerand Jamb Boycr.
eontulninatita. m Marr Johnaon, John Jolin-
on, William S. Johaeon. lea Itoutaon, Jumea
H h nn, Utorite Kobiran, Anna ilurdtn
Thoma ramohell. Mary J. Campbell, John T
t'amnoeli. Ada Campbell. Alice '..'amnbell
I harlmt Camnhell. namael Campbell. Albert
l'ampm-1. Will am Campbell, 1 noma J. Bob
bin. Albert MrKnlaiit. lAtira Ilimn.Brint
nal Ihizan. Minnie Kver. Zertirtab Wheallun't,
rioriiia liorkmontb, i e'ta E. CarroP, licnja
Biia lUltoni. lKsllef llalford, Daniel Halforil,
harle Boyar, llarra Keller. Na ban Hover,
Franal'n Kohhina. Firat llil'it church of the
Ci'y'fRorB I and. and Klwln K. I'armcr.tcr
and Thomas biiiIh I1. rxi-eulor of the will of
John A. Hoter ilceea-etl, deful dama In chan-
r'nt.-mil 10 ai t aitle a will.
Affiilavit of an re-iilrw of defendant. Mnry
Johnmn.Jnim JotuHM-a. U'lllmm l Johnaon, Ida
Hohioa. .lamra Koniaun. fieorwe Kolit-on. Anna
liamin. uoma 4. Mohtlln. AHert . NC
hnlnlit. I.mra linan. Rrin'nal llnnan, Minnie
vara, A-trnnan Hiieillaml, Klntld ilarkmontb,
vana b. i armii. llri.j.mla llalford. Uodley llnl
fnrd. uaah'l Halford. Ham k. iu- -n.i I'larkm
K r.hln imn'rwl. I wp ,bc aiMI. dcfuLdant,
TlnlWM Campbell Mart J. rm.,K-ll Jnkn T
Campbell, Ata:ampliell. Alics t anplicll. t hrle
. .,,,i, ,ran 1 mi.n. n, Alle-rt Campbell,
William Campbell. Ctnrlea Hoycr. Nathan Boy,
Fleet bait let I hutch, f toe City of hock laland,
and Klwin B. Farmcnter and Ihnaiaa CampheP,
executor of tha will of John A. Uoyer. daccaaed,
hovlaa bma lied in the cerk' nrtlre of the cii
cult court of eaHt connty. notcV' la therefore
nerenv bitfu toinr aain non-rraldant dcferduiit
that in complainant Iliad their attended hill of
rneaptaini in nam cnuri, on Ilie clmlK rv aidf
taereni, a tna tmauav of Wareb. A. II., ItW, and
that therraoon a aejwmona t-aunl out of rnld
eonn, wnerain aam nn i now Pennine, returna
uv aw me neat avontmv m 1 11c mon m of M
nexi. aa at ay ai rmpuren. now. unlet, ynn
th. aaid aon-reaideat defendant above named
Mary Johnaon, John dohneon. William H J hn-
on, ma Hoinaoa, dames Mohiaon. Ueorire Kohl,
aon. Anna Hardin. Th ma J. Kobbin. Albert a
McKnnrht. Itura Uairan. Brintnal llnnan. Minnie
Bvera, Mrnrian wneotianu, r hirnta llm.kaionth,
Celia w. Iterrnll, Bonjamia Halford. Kodlev 111
ford, Daniel llalford, llar jr Boiler a-d Frank In
M-ihblna, aball peraonall be and appear before
aatd circuit onurt on the Brat day of the next
term thereof, to be boidea al Hock lalaad In
and for tba aaid county, oa the Irrt Monday In
May next, aad plead, answer or demur to
tbo aaid eemahrf-mnt'a Mil of complaint, the
" 1 L 1 .1 . ' . ,
F in ft, 1 wwr ittM.-wr- mri minni tmrreia) enaraeti
aad Btalad will lie taken aa ronfini, and de
rree entered aralaet yea acrordiiur to the prayer
nt aata nuu
fldOllOB W. GAMBLE, Cerk.
Rock leHmd, III.. March SH. A. It. lata.
J own T. KBrtwuaTBi sud Jauuu al Hvbjt,
I ... 1 .- - .dA
A VETERAN S VERDICT.
The War is Over. A Well-known Sol
dier, Correspondent and Journal
ist Makes a Disclosure.
Inillnna rnntrllmtod hrr thousands of hrnva
MiUlltra to the vnr, and iiOHlute tH-ars n lH-t
tor record in Hint npo-t tlinn It loes. In
lil-r:itnre it la riipiilly n'ciiirinir n.i
envlnMo nlaco. In war and literature
Solomon Ycwi'll. 'll known us a writer ua
Sol." Im won tin honoralili ptwition. lim
ine the Into war lit was a nwrnlwr of Co. M,
24l. N. Y. Cavalry and of the Kb h Indiana In
fantry VolunKt'i-4. Kesitrdiiia an Importunt
rtmitnstam- lie wrlti-s at. folkiws:
Jtrveral of ua old vrtcraiw here, are using
!r. Milt" liostorativn Nervine. Heart t'lire
and Nerve and Liver 1111. all of them (Tlvln
pU'nliilsatisfariioii. In fact, we liave never
iiMd r-melii that rampant wh them, "f
the Tills we must sny they am the best com.
M nation of the dualities tvuuired in a Dret
oration of their nature, wetiave ever known
We have none hut words uf praise for tliero
They nre the outerowth of a new principle in
medicine, and ume up th; svstum wonder
fully. We say to nil. try these remedies."
"-NilnnKin Yewell, Marion. Inil., 1Hm-. 5, 1H9S,
'i hese remedn4 are Mild by all druggists 04.
iMKltive. cuarantev. or s:nt. direct uv th-
r. Mih Metlical '.. Elkhart. Intl.. on re-
reipt of price, i per bottle, six holtles i5, e-
pre prepaid. They posHivelJCUUlain
(miates uor tianiruruus druya.
STATE OP ILLINOIS. I .
BoCk iL4I Cot STY, (
In tb. circuit court of raid Rock T-lani! connty, to
ine miiy term a. i. , is.it iu rnaiicery mil to
The Black l!:ik Homestead Ruildine, Loan A
savltia- Aociutt'ti, comptainant. v-. albert
w. Wad-worth, Cor H. Wadawurtb, Kalph E.
Iltiev and M. Y. Met, inn
at ne named defendant. M. F. Me-
Atnclavit o' your non-rcidenre havlnj been !
filed In Ihcnflict of the clerk ol unid circuit court.
notice 1 nrreiiy trtven to you that the a";ove
named complainant hit Cleo in ud rnurr it bill
of complaint attamat on on the chancery ale. of
aatd court: that a aumtron in chtincery has been
la-ued 111 aaid ctnac 0'jaint you. rctiiroanie to
he next term of said coutt, to he Iwirtin and
'Mif-ii mi iiik viufi ii:iii-v, ill ilie tl.T 01 noea I
l.land, in Mid county, on the Eret Homtay of !
My A. li. lm. ut wnirh time and place you I
will appear snrt p'oml. answer or demur to aaid j
bill ol complaint r von sec fit.
'.MlKl.e w. tiAjnill.E. Clerk.
Swrexrv A Wai.kiii:, Solicitors for t omin't,
Kork la. and. UlinnK AUrrb . A. D ls'.tt
CHA KItV XOTKJE.
STATE OK I LLINOl S,
Kock latAKnfornTT. ( '
In thr If.rrnlt l onrtof aid Kock leland conntv.
to the May term A. II. isw. In hnnccry.
Daniel It. Potter, aid alary E. Potter, com-
tla'nttata. v the un niown beir or ditvi-eea of
riliiitm A hlom. dt ctaatd. 1 hoa a K. Walaton
and the unknown lit ir or ceviaer-of Thnmaa F.
U alat'in. deceased. deennutit'. I;hl to quiet title.
To the aliove t-arued defendants ana each of
tlicm: AHiduv.l of onr non-reaidencc haviiiE
own flletl in the odl - of the clerk of aaid circuit
conrt, notice ia berclry plvcn to you and each of
vou that l lie aliove n uncd wni.iiiliiniu- have tiled
In raid cr.ur their hill of romolaint ntrainit vou
oBthachancery aide of aaid couri:thataummnna
la chancery nas nc-n issued In aatd cause aeamal
Tou re'iiriuililc to the next totm of -aid court, to
b. beffun and holden at the court houac. in the
city of Uork laliird, in tttid county, nn the first
wonuar ot .vay a. u. jsui. at which time and
place yon will uppearund pletd. stiver or demur
to aaid lilll of complaint If nu er nt.
t.K'IH.'U v . tiA mule. Clerk.
SwctsET A Walkru, eolicuor forComplta.
Kock Island. Illiuota. March tilth, A. 1). lS'.H.
Bladder or Uri
Do vou want immediate relief and
rure liet . .
For a ale by all druggiau.
Kcad what Dr. Snvder, formerly
of Frcepnrt. says:
Clilcaco, Warch 7, 1WW
Dr. Bnmham, M Adm at'cet. Citr:
My liear llortor My attention wa first called
to "San 4uk" laet year in the cu-e of Captain J.
M. Er.-aiot. of Atlant , a., who was attucKe J in
thf city with acntc nephriti (intl-tmed ktdneya)
audcyetiiia liuflamation tif bladder). After pre-
critiine the Ui-ual remedies withtiut avail. "San
JaK" waa ruueeted. and ttie improvement wa an
mitracd alter ine nrat oone tnuia complete cure
followed so apecdliy, that I at once commenced
an inveaticiition of its merit, and have rince nr
NttltM-'d it in almost every Known form of kid
ney, hla'tl-r nrcthntl. vaginal and caturrhal
trouble, followed in each iuatance by the bap-
In my own cae fryatitis) tbe relief it (rave me
in a frwdav waa riniolv marvelous.
A cas- of enurela in my own famlltr was very
much tniUFovei by a few doaej, and railicully
cnreil In lets than a week arntn practical exuer-
lenee In anumuer of liiilctac. of Ivucorrhoea. I an
free to -av Hint I linve found no remedy tint if
equal to "San .lak."
And w h'le I have never before elven a profea
ainntti enitoraenient to a proprietiry remedy, I a-ty
noheltullti y and without reserve, that I consid
er "Han .Ink' a veritable tMHn to hnmutifty. and
after app'-viiis It t.v the aureat profes-iinial teata,
can aay Willi eontldence it ia better ttiao it I
teconimen'ted to he.
ahall continue to prcacrtlic It in all caaea of
trenllo-tirimrv or catarrhnl troitbtea in preference
to nil other known rtmedlea.
Aa anervr tonic, aiieciallv in the caaea of weak,
aracnttc childntn. "sail Jak" cin he telied upon
fully and entirely. The deliciona tuMe of the
m-otcint; la alao in la favor. In pn crililne it fur
children. I am at nrcrcnt usiiu; "hun Jak" aa an
alterative In akin d scuatta ami several camta of
chronic eczema h tvtim veflded an readiie tt it
Influence that I ahall continue to nc it In aimt lar
cae. feelins conlldent that It will meet all the
Indibatlons in anrh caacn.
- r (Sifroed) Gao. w. bsTDxn, at. D.
Ask your Drup;"-ist for home ref
(SttccsMor to H. WXNDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 Eighteenth Street.
atFlt and WorkmanBulp Guar
anteed the Best
Cleaning aad Repairing Done.
Looming Up in the Labor Field
EMPLOYEES VS. THE TRADE UKIOXS,
The Former Effect a Federation on the
Labor Flan and Determine oa a Lockout
That Will Involve tho Whole Bnildlna;
Ope ration, of the Western Metro polia,
ad, aa Variously KatiuaaAed, from 60,000
,to 100,000 Workmen Biota Appre
hended. Chicaw, April . Capital and labor ara
preparing for a struggle in this city -which,
has no precedent here. . To meet strikes
the contractors, employers, and material
men have federated, and all will act or
aay they will an one man. The man who
makes figures says variously that 00,000
and lGO.OtK) men will be involved by the no
tion determined upon by the employes a
general lockout. It will be the first time
in Chicago's history when the employers
have joined hands to fight a strike. Here
tofore it has lieen all the tattdes unions
against one or a few employers, and when,
the strike of one trade was likely to fail all
the other trades were called out to fores
terms that was federation of labor.
Federation of Ktnployera Now.
Tlie means used to meet this federation,
ts federation of the employers and it will
operate the same way, if it operates at all.
When the carpenters struck some weeks
ago on the Stock Exchange building and
the contractors were gradually getting
men to supply the strikers' places sudden
ly all the workmen on the lutildiug were
cn'.led out and the threat was made that
all the workmen on every building in the
city would lie called out if neces-ytry. The
employers propose to adopt the same prin
ciple exactly in the lockout this time, only
they will take the heroic stnge at once and
lockout every trade all over the city next
XVcduesday morning. This is bi-cause
there is a general movement of the trades
unions for higher wages and several are
on a strike now wit h plenty of prospects
Concluded to f'Klit It tint.
The plttniliers want higher uages; no do
the painters, and others are, so the em
ployers say, preparing to demand the same.
So the "Ventral Ituildiug league,"' com
posed of some eighteen or twenty organ
ized trades, will openly declare war next
tt-.l 1... : i i
. ''""""V "S'""1' "iriMiig empiujes ity
illinium nig gcucriii iih'koul lu every
branch of the business. This course was
unanimously decided on at a largely at
tended meeting of representative 1 Kisses,
contractors and material men. The bosses
have assumed a IkiIiI front, and after their
........ : ....... r .1.. ... 1
m,tmS one of them said
"We are in this
thing for all it is worth, and propose
fighting to a finish. It will
ill not le a fight
Willi soft gloves, either. We have per
mitted the walking delegates, professional
agitators and politicul labor champions to
run our business for us until patience has
lung since ceased to lie a cardinal virtue."
o Otiest ion of Wages.
It is claimed by t.he Imsses that wager
cut no figure in the action determined
upon. "We are not considering the wnso
question at all. That is not in the issue,
and any attempt on tho part of the lalior
leaders to make it appear that we are try
ing to reduce the pay of our workmen will
lie without foundation. A large majority
of the workmen are well satisfied
and would uot think of going on strike
except for the walking delegates, who go
around telling them what they must do.
I wish the puhlic to understand also that
were are not opposed to organized labor.
On the other hand, we lx'lieve iu it and
prefer at all times to employ union men,
lor the simple reason that they are always
the best workmen."
LIKELY TO END IN RIOT.
Some Remark AlMiut the OuestioB of
Among the prominent labor men the
talk of a lockout wits greeted with incred
ulity. ""They can't do it," said West Mc
Kinney, president of the International
Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators.
"The contractors may try a lockout, but
it won't work. They are divided among
themselves on the question to start with,
and property owners are not going to snl
mit to having their work delayed in order
that the contractors may carry their point."
Secretary iMitcliell. of the plumbers, took
the same view of the situation, but re
marked that in case it should be carried
into effect the contractors would assume a
grave responsibility, as riots would likely
follow, as they always do when there is
excitement over labor t roubles.
"These disturbances are usually cre
ated," he said, "by men who are not identi
fied with labor uniuus, but we get tbe
credit for their misdeeds."
Fred Dorn, of tbe bridge and Structural
Iron Workers' union, said: "If a lockout
U declared there is almost certain to lie
trouble. There are a great many men who
have lieen out of work all winter who are
just getting employment again. It will
make these men dcsjierate to be turned
out on the street agaiu, and the contractors
ought to consider well the danger which
Kotiert Tomlinsou, president of the Tile
makers' union, speaking for labor in gen
eral, said that if the Building league de
cided to suspend building oj K-rations no
buildings would go up. The contractors
are under bonds to complete buildings and
if they do not fulfill these they alone will
be the losers.
Sometliiug similar to this proposed "tie
up" occurred two years ago in New York
city, wheu the contractors and material
n.en engaged in the street paving business
declared a general lockout on account of a
strike of the pavers' union. After a pro
longed struggle tbe contractors came out
LABOR AT WASHINGTON ANGRY.
The Arrest of Home "Indent rial Army"
Men to lie Tested at Law.
Washington', April . The advance
guard of the army of unemployed, though
not Of the Coxey nrmy, has reached here.
It came in the form of forty-one men
packed in a single box-car on the Balti
more and Ohio road. Notice of the prob
able arrival of these men had reached
Major Moore and he bad prepared for them
at a small freight and passenger station
near the city limits, where orders had liceu
given to stop the train currying the indus
trials. The men were all taken to the
police station and put in cells to await the
action of the police courts. They claim to
be merely a body of workmen out of work
trying to get home to the east.
Many of the labor leaders in this city are
incensed at the arrest of those unemployed,
and declare that the proceeding was with
out lawful authority. The say aho that
Major Moore !.d no right to deal with
these men in a manner intended as a hor
rible example for Coxey's army. It is
claimed that when the case comes into
court there will be plenty of friends of the
aroested men, including a constitutional
lawyer and member of congress, and if au
thority has been overstepped in this ar
rest the proper people will be made to suf
fer for it.
Krseahors Win a Strike.
St. Lovis, April 9. At a conference of
committees of the Master Horseshoers' as
sociation and the Horseshoers' union the
bosses accepted the terms originally of
fered by the strikers and the strike was
declared off. : 1' i
MADELINE A STAR ACTRESS.
Rutternorth Rank. Her with Sara Bern
hardt and Clara Morris.; 1
ClXCISNATt, April 9. "Miss Pollard is
an actress equal to Clara Morris or Sara
Bernhardt," said Hon. Ben Butterworth.
"She can simulate any passion or emotion,
and it is my opinion that this is but the
prelude to her going on the stage. I can
not but think that was one of her reasons
for brinfring the suit, and that it was
brought iu the political and social capital
for the theatrical and dramatic effect it
would have upon the public mind. There
was no excuse on earth for bringing the
suit. It is worse than a foul, pestilence
breeding contagion. Had 1 lieen called
into the case three days sooner it would
not have been tried, if my counsel could
have prevented it. And had 1 been a judi;e
on the lieuch 1 would never have let it
come to trial.
"There is no condoning Breckinridge.
I will not do it. He does not want it. I
believe he would discharge me ftom the
case if I offered anything in extennatiou.
He has none wrung. !slie has done wrong.
And esx-ciaily has she done wrong in
bringing this suit. Miss l'ollard is the
most remarkable witness I ever saw or
heard or ever read of. She litis her case
thoroughly in hand. Kvery detail of it.
Never saw anything like the tact and art
of this vomau. If there is a lime when
she lias not a ready answer she will make
a pica fur synipat hy to sain time, and all
the time her mind is active to coin some
nice phrase or apt one iu which to reply.
"She hits nothing to gain if she wins her
suit, where she coulu have had everything
her own way had she so willed. She could
have gone anywhere or done anything and
a word from lu-r would have la-en law with
Breckinridge. She could have had what
she wanted. If Breckitiridge loses he will
move for a new trial; failing in that, will
MURDER DONE BY SCHOOLBOYS.
TbC3 Throw a fci-booliuale I'rom a Win
dow, Katally Injuring liiuu
Gt THUlF, O. T., April a News lias
reached here of a terrible tragedy enacted
at the Baptist M ission college nt Wewe
waka, the capital city of the Seminole In
dian nation. There are a large number of
Indian boys and some white lioys in the
institution, rauging iu age from 10 to Al.
For some time there has been a bitter feel
ing against an Indian loy named Frank
Short by a uumlier of the other students.
which was liiteusihed during the past
week by Short reporting certain misdeeds
of several of the ot her bovs. After all had
retired iu the dormitory on the third floor
three boys stole to Short's cot, picked him
up, carried him to the window and hurled
htm to the grouty". The fall injured him
so badly that he Jvs since died. The three
guilty hoys escaped and have not yet been
WHITE MAN THE AGGRESSOR,
And Much of the "Scare" News front Okla
homa lieclared raise.
Washington, April it. A full report of
the trouble between the Cheyenne and
Arapahoe Indians and the cattlemen in
Oklahoma has been received at the bureau
of Indian affairs from Captain A. E. Wood
sou, iu charge of the Indian agency. It
sets forth that Chief Hill acted in self-defense
itrkilliug W. S. Breediug who had
tirst shot the chief. Cuptaiu Woodson
says that Iudians have uot been disposed
to maliciously injure any of the white peo
ple. A courier who carried messages to
Cuptaiu Woodson from the upricr Washita
rejiorted that he had been intercepted by
a company of fifty or sixty white men who
threatened to kill him unless he showed
the letters he wus carrying.
Congressional Doings Itriefed.
Washington. Atiril Tin. lu.nnta nonA
a few bills of no general importance aud
then went into a lonir iliuiiacim tt.u
question whether the English bill to carry
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out, me ucuiiiig sea uecision was adequate.
It was agreed that the bill first proposed
was not .but stated that Secretary liresham
llHil flei-lint-il tn iini.itit (I,- t.;fl :
. t -. ton n n
. . .1., ui iuc tevisiuii, ttnu tnai it,
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jnao it;iiv.i.-u mui ouiitiier uui was lueoue
passed by the commons. An executive
session was held iu which the Chinese
treatvWHsiliMfti.! uml o.,..w...l I... t:...i.
-. v.f,rauu U .'1 1 1 1, 1 1 '
ell, Perkins and Stewart, who advocated
its eousiuei.ti.iou iu open session.
All the house ilia was to take a few
votes oti the quest ion of discharging the
warrant issued for absentees. All the
votes showed no quorum aud Keed in
sisted on the ayes aud nays on a motion
lletttT tiave Muveu Home.
SAX FKANllst-o. Atiril l r-i....i m
Kelly, who went east at the head of the
itiuustnal armv, kit a good
position as ; foreman of the typographical
room of Hicks, Jmld 4c Co., leading print
ers and book-binders of this city He also
Tmoflev"'''1 JUUS ChiWreU tU
Fast Mail from Chicago.
Washington, April . Postmaster Gen
eral Bissell has established fast mail serv
ice on the Northwestern railroad from Chi
cago toAshlaud, Wis., with connecting
fast service reaching to Ishiieming, Mich.,
and between Chicago and Union Pacific
transfer, Iowa, on the same system.
1 he Local Market a.
,?ET,,B,0,y' ti10: nplano. aa-
c ' 10 ClloiCe' 1Se; creamery. Sic
igRa Fresh, 9c 1 la
roBitry tnicacne. dressed, like:
dreaaed. loc: itaca, urcaacd. liie
tjltlc: wild r ur.it. 7- """"" ".
. , .mtrnn
Onions SOc per bo.
Tnrnipa- sue per bo.
xtC ".""i?""" fart teer
Cnal-Soft. 10c: baro. Sh.so
Wood Cor t v4.uu; sawod, 15.00.
WALLACE CORRECTS HISTORY.
lie Finds How Far He Marched oa Sunday,
April O, IK;2.
PnTSnrriG Landing, Tenn., April 9. Tho
grand reunion of the blue and the gray
under the auspices of the Suiloh Battle
field association has closed, and one of the
most important facts established at the
gat hering was the distance General I-cw
Wallace's mta had to march on that terrible
Sunday iu April, istii, when Allien Sydney
Johnson's army fell upon General Grant's
men. General Wallace, with n surveyor,
measured tho ground over which his di
vision marched, mid he finds that the dis
tance was eighucen miles.
Ordered to Leave the Town.
ST. PAUL, April . A Jamestown, X. D..
special to The Dispatch say: Barney
Darling of this city, who has been known
for a loug time as a daring crook, was no
tified by a vigilance commit
tee of the railroad boys to leave town
within twenty-for hours. Darling prom
ised to obey.
Actress Held I i and Koblied.
Belvidehe, Ills., April S. While going
from the oiera house in this city to a
hotel Miss Kate Mortimer, an actress
playing an engagement with the Jacohs
Stock company, was held up and robbed
of a diamond brooch, two rings, aud HH ia
money, in nil aggregating !,U-U T-e
ltecept iu to Archlii-hop Ireland.
N'EW Vii:k, April Si. A reception was
tendered to Archtiisuou lielaud by the
Army and Navy club.
IT GIXS H'ARXIXQ
thnt there's trouble ahead
if you're getting thin.
It shows that vour blood
is itniiovorihed, and your
organs deranged, so that
whatever you rat fails to
properly nourish you.
And just as long as yon
remain in this condition.
aiui other Scrofulous and
dangerous diseases ara
likely to fasten upon yon.
Yon should build your
self up with Ih-. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discoverv.
Purifv nnii o.Hrli tfu.
blood, rouse every orjran into natural ac
tion, and l.tiiid "nn ' healihv, wholesome,
necessary flesh. Orcn Porf.JT.J.
Dr. R. V. PirorF: TVor Sir-We have used
your U.M.I)." in our tuuiiiy and find nothing
else to equal it. tine of our children had tbe
pneumonia, and tine luno- Utoiiki consoli
dated, liut hy the use of tbe "Iiiscovery " she
has entirely recovered, and is now In rood
H. C. COKTCTLLT
B. D. COKXELLT.
Connelly & Connelly,
Attorneys at Law.
Office acrond floor, over Mitchell t Lyndc's
bank. Xoncy to loan.
Jackson & Hurst,
Attorneys at Law.
Office in Rock Island National Bank bnllding.
B. D. (WttMt.
C. L. WALKER.
Sweeney & "Walker,
Attorneys and Councillors at Law.
Office in Benpstou'a Block.
Charles J. Searle,
Attorney at Law.
Legal btu-incja cf a'l kintl promptly attended
to, Sta'c'a Attorney of Rock Island connty.
Office, rostoflice Block.
McEniry & McEniry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan tnorey on pood sreority; make collec
tion. Reference, Mitchell A I-mile, bankers.
Office, rostoffi e Block.
R. M. Pearce,
Room 33 in Mitchell A Ljude'a new Banding.
Hawthorne &c Silvis,
No. 1T1C Second Avenue, over Krell At Matb'c.
Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker,
M ilchell & Lyude'a Block. Rooms 2 31. Take
riiysician and Surgeon.
1134, Third Avenne. Telephone, 1170, office
fjoura: 1 to 4 p. ru and at nigbt.
J. A. HOLLOW BUSH, a. D.
O. B. BAXTB, H. n.
Drs. Earth & HollowbuEh,
Physicians aud Surgeons.
CtT.ce 4n2Srd at. Telephone ltMb
atca.dence TSlUlatat. - lis.
Or, Barth I Dr. Uollowbnab
to 10 a, tn. I 10 to 1 a. m,
1 toi and to S p.m. I to b and 7 toe p. bl.
Dr. Chas. M. Robinson,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, McCnlloaitb Balldlrc.lM W. Third 6t
Oat enport. Iowa. Hours: 9 to 11 a. m.,1 to 4 p. m.
Edward L. Ham matt,
Office. Room 41, Mitchell A Lynde Building.
Oeo. P. Stauduhar,
Plans and snpertntendenca for all class of
Buildings. Rooms 63 and 65, Mitchell A Lynda
Buildina-. Take clcvaUr.
W. A. Darling,
Buford Block, over Kioctilmryla utorc.
"DISEASES Or WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a boa aw. rth dollars, tent seated or toe.
Header, sttaertng from any ecrr.iilalnt vectili.ir to the feniale k t 70.
V, worth Trrytti;nf to yon. LcUcrs for ad dee. narked "Coasnlt it.c i., .' 3:iU k
seen byonr physicians only. ZOA-PHORA CO, H.G.C0LHA.fi..., 1 1 "r-
Rock Island Buy Co.,
Buggies, Spring and
Pay you to
Call and get our
Low prices before buying.
Carpenter and Builder,
OFFICE. XO: 2821 SIXTH AVENUE,
Fhtm on Vin Stret.
Opera 3E3lo use BIooe
HEOR'jE hfHxtEl!, Proprietor.
11 Secucd Arecne. Comer of Sixtoanita Street. - Or2!tc Earcr't Tta-j.
he choicest Wine. Liauors, Betr and Cigars always on It:
Tna Lmscb Bverv Pa, . Sandwich rorBUffoa s ?z a
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Eose House.
?Sjl ELY'S CPFAil BAI."; Tle.-vnaca tie ?:r'ni VI" - i?
eTyl"a.;iir.Ai!.; I cin a:l Ii.tlunii'iation. H.-a!'.'tt':
Sin-., liflon In If tTii.-i'. and ni- i-.Af-ZrV.
T II I I II i I i i 1 in i m an i I -0l n .'mL
STATE SAVINGS BA1TE.
Otiee Comer nftecith etre.1 ai d Third At
Baeceedt the afolisc Savisca cart Crcanlaed UM
s rercm must :a h mm.
Organised under Sute Lava.
Ops from f a. m. to S o as., and weeneadaj ax"
6atnrday sight? frets to epm
B. A. Araavoarvi.
t. F. HuiiTii,
Porter kitiLr. W. W. U'. '
. C. A. R(ik, H . A. A! - -.h,
6. H. Kdaarda, Vt.li. A,.
Aodxew Fr:bera. . F. Lai-v- ..
REAL ESTATE LOANS
aatd for private janW-a in the cardat
a yot of th. treat bjr the
Orchard State Banfe
Of OBCUARD, KEBRA8RA.
. W. Dakt, PreeldceU
f. 8. DT Caahiet.
mtch-n ft Lynde. Banker
BanaC Koblu,Km cftier liotk lalaad Nctlonal
II. t'. Carter, J. D.
Henry Uan'a Sot.a, Wholeaalr Groera.
w m a -
WboloaaJe Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 and 1613 Third Ave
ectuvs to C I R LS I juiuj
- I -.-a. AAiU IUUS
till .imit.nr. ' JititL- "
now, nervon's lir.ni.inV J "Vch.
lireventin Insar.it;. , , r,,
Chantje ttf i.i'jr. acl n
harrr olJ age.
W are fltxim.
friitectitl. tf.-i ,:t.
I irri and s. re: i 4, , .
Retail Ua3; ;?.';,
Residence. 410 Seventh ftrefC
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A. D. HUESI'iG,
Ecpreent, anoor otber ttn-'riei
known Fire Inaarancc Uoni;iat.:e-. tii J
Boyal Ttranrance Cnra-ur. o Ti' r't fl
WVwheetcr Fin- ttia. l'ri.it y. . t .
Hnflalo 0. rmmn lua. lcr..a:.v. l; fl
Itocti1er tM-rmaii Ir-a. . h t -er
CitiB-a." It.. .',rf l':tbLr. 1'a.
fun HreOt'ice, Iml"n.
l'r,in Ina. ci- of anf -ri :.
r r.ty Ina. (' ca Iiav.-n. -: .
MUaaua.ee Uachamra Ina. j . n-aa
Ot-raun Fire In Co of rcc:..! : .
Office Cor 18th it. an ! - J A".
"TRE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES ft CLEAVELAIH
nctreaenting orcr 40 Million
of Cmh awH.1
Fir L!fe. Tornai
Emplover s L:b-"7
Bonda of 6nret6h!p. ,
OFFICE Btmgatoa a niot rlnra l'-tt- ,-
MfBocarewura'ea: tiera::. r.: x-!''-
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . -Insurance
The old Fire and Time-trie Qxm
Lcsses Pronptlv Pi
Bate la tow aa any reliahle eooparj ta
Ywu FaUoaace M aulw-