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THE AKGOa MONDAY. MARCH 23. 1896.
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Monday, Makch 23, 1896.
Delegate clretd In their iwpctlve ward
WIU MMnblt at Turner ball Monday cvpoinir.
March flill a clock to nominate candidate
lor city and twnhlp office, aa follow: One
aiiparrLaor for two year; two aaaUtaot auper
vawra fur two rear: one a'l'nor and one ol
lector. WiixixH MrrjiKT. Chairman.
Til I Salvation Army soldiers, the
Qalncy Herald hint, are atill unde
cided to whether they prefer going
to heaven on the American or Euro
Mk. Cark's friends in the Third
ward, not beine novice at the polit
ical rame, will hardly awallow the
thinly coated sugar pill offered by
A cocoa six feet long and two
well grown cab were killed near The
Dalles, Ore., last week. The family
had carried off many calves and sheep
from neighboring ranches.
Am oysterman of South Norwalk,
Conn., went to New York last week
with a boat load of oysters. He
couldn't find profitable sale for them,
so took them bsck and planted them
Tnc Crst bed of marble discovered
tn Indiana was revealed a week ago
in the bed of Treaty Creek, a mile
south of Wabash. It is blue and
mottled blue and white and is said
to be of high quality.
Fred Scukoehkr hated to give up
the chairmanshio of the cltv-town.
ship committee, but the pressure
waa too airong iot mm o wuuiianu.
Scbroedcr's aldermanio cake will be
all dough, just the same.
Tiiike is promise of an unusually
large tobacco crop in Connecticut
this year. The Cape Cod cranberry
growers, too, are nappy, j ne plants
in their region have gotten through
the winter better than in many years.
The republican baying at Am baa.
sador Bayard had Its'efTcct in the re.
publican house of congress. The
resolutions of censure were adopted,
thus evincing how far political prej
udice will sway a congressman
from the path of duty, pride and de
cency. ALU. Fred Sciiroeuek's adminis
tration of the affairs of the republi
can city-township committee could
not have, been of the most acceptable
nature, and his enforced retirement
must have reduced the dimensions
for his F.aster bonnet perceptibly.
It. Winter will bring it down to its
normal size April 7.
Senator CcllomN machine in Illi
nois is in a bad condition. It jumps
a cog every now and then: in fact,
thl has become of frequent occur.
fence. Almost every day we read of
some rountv Instructing for McHin
ley. But notwithstanding all this
we am atill betting on the success of
tne machine Jacksonville Courier.
In Decatnr, Mich., the population
of which is 1,600, tho president of
the council is a woman, and all of
the town oflicers, except that of dog.
catcher, are tilled by women. Near
ly all ttades and professions and
other occupations are represented by
women, and the women control the
saloons, allowing the sale of nothing
out sous ana pop.
So Foss and Kelson have been
working the civio federation tactics
in the Seventh ward, have they, in
orue r 10 control tne situation and de
feat all other aspirants for political
recognition in the ward It was sus
pected that Foss was not in the civio
federation movement for his health,
and his confession of the first appli
cation of it is refreshing to the unin
itiated. The decisive blow to the vain pres
idential nomination aspirations or
Senator Cullom was administered
yfNr ONE run down.
CjI or emaciated from
any cause whatever, will be
helped at once by the use of
of Cod-liver Oil and Hy
pophosphites. It possesses
in a peculiar sense flesh-making,
ments. There are plenty
of cases where persons have
gained a pound a day by
taking an ounce of Scott's
Saturday when his own, the Seven
teenth congressional district, was
practically turned against him in
the loss of Logan county to McKin
ley. This with the republicans of
Stephenson, McHenry, Williamson
and Macon connties going to McKin
ley, all on the same day. must have
given the Illinois senator something
to think about.
Ald. C. W. Foss jumps at conclu
sions when he talks about what
Augustana college inculcates, in a
discussion of political usages. There
have been no reflections on the stud
ents in connection with Aid. Nelson's
cunning in palming himself off as a
Scandinavian. When it comes down
to a fine point, however, the Augus
tana college students are taueht bv
Aid. Foss first and above all that it
should be a part of their intuition to
vote as often as possible in Rock Isl
and, whether legal or otherwise, es
pecially when Foss or any of his
friends are running for office.
Ex-Congressman T. J. Hexdeksox
should feel proud of the recognition
Civen him bv no less distinpniahed a
gathering of republicans than the
city-township convention of Rock
Island and at the suggestion of no less
distinguished a personage than W.
n. tioruao. 11 is a mailer oi conjec
ture, however, whether the proposi
tion reposing in the indorsement of
him for state treasurer is as much of
a compliment as something else. If
tne purpose was to nonor tne long
time congressman, why not have
recommended him for governor?
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufnetorer's agent, Colnmbus, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's Hew Dis
covery has no equal as a cough rem
edy. J. D. Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel. Ft. Wayne, lnd.. testi
fies that ne was cured of a cough of
two years' standing, caused by la
grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery.
B. F. Merrill, Baldwinsville, Mass.,
says that he has used and recom
mended it and never knew it to fail
and would rather have it than any
doctor, because it always cures.
Mrs. Hemming, 222 East Twenty-
nun street, cnicago, always Keeps it
at hand and has no fear of croup, be
cause it instantly relieves. Free
trial bottles at Hartz & UHemeyer's
A Kamarkabla Cora.
Mrs. H. B. Adams. 1609 Wabash
avenue, Chicago, says: "I had a
scrofulous taint of the blood from
childhood, which, however, remained
dormant. An ulcer began on the
side of the nose, having all the ap
pearances of a most malignant can
cer. The agony of mind I suffered
cannot be described as I contem
plated the progress of such a malig
nant disease, finally I was induced
to try Foley's Sarsaparilla. It ap
peared to neutralize the poison in
the blood. The growth of the ulcer
ceased. The diseased tissues in the
bottom and edges of the sore seemed
to loosen and the natural flesh to
take its place. No part of the dis
ease remains.'1 For sale at M. F.
Bahnscn's drag store.
Aro Ton Kver Annoyed
By a buzzing or roaring sound in
your head? Have you difficulty in
hearing distinctly? Are you trou
bled with a continual dropping of
mucus, irritating the throat and
causing you to cough? Is your
breath unpleasantly aiTected and ac
companied with bad taste? Is your
bearing less acute? If so, you have
catarrh and should at once procure a
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm, the best
known remedy. The balm will give
Kotlea Is hereby firm that Tnafday. the 7th
day of April. A. D.. 139B. In the city of Rock bl
and, 111., aa election wi.l be held for the following
o inters, to-wii:
One aMennania the Flm ward for two yeara.
' -,,,t in-" in hi, iroa warn i.iriw. year..
Ono alderman In the Third ward for two v-.
One aldrrmaa In Ibe F-nna ward fortwoVaaia.
do aldarman In the Fifth ward for two year..
One alderman In th. eUrb ward for two year.
On alderman tn the Sevasth ward fur two
One So per tow fnr two year.
Two Aa stani hapemoor for two yean.
One Av-caaor for one year.
One Collector lor one ear.
Wak-n elertioa will be open at 7 o'clock In the
mnrninf and continue open antil ft o'clock la tne
aiirrnnoB or l-ai ay.
Place of registration and Toting will be as fol
Pint Wart Franklin hoae hniM.
Second Ward -Precinct 1, So. 1014 Tklrd aie-
Second Ward-Prerlnct t. George Stodit'a hall.
Eirhth arena., ketween Ninth and Tenth effect.
Third Ward-Precinct 1, Ho. 1JU Third arena.
Third WarJ Precinct 4. John Ta.lor'a gro
cery. lehth aeenne and Fourteenth ami.
Fonrth Ward frccibCt 1, IMmlck's Heerj
fourth Ward Precinct . Ho. school. Fifth
arena and Nineteenth .treet.
Fifth Ward-Precinct 1, lloee House cn Twea
Fifth Ward - Precinct!, Schmidt's grocery on
Sixth Ward No. SMI Seventh aretne.
Seventh Ward Precinct 1, street car barn
BevCDtb Ward -Prrrloct f. Old No. 7 achool.
A. D. Hl'Ki-lrlO. City aad Town Clerk.
Hoe' Island, UL, March 4, A. D. ISM.
Aa zpert telegrapher says, "Between
New York and Philadelphia, over a
copper wire weighing 800 pounds to
the mile, 8,000 words per minute can
be recorded, and with a copper wire of
850 pounds to the mile 1,000 words per
minute can be carried from New York
Ha to Tost Bad tko Oris)?
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
ana Tar to heal your lungs ana stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. For sale at 1L F. Bahnsen's
Children Cry for
Worn out, nervous women, receive
criticism where they should have
sympathy. They cannot help beiug
nervous, if their blood is impure.
When the blood fails to feed the
nerves upon proper nourishment what
cau you expect but nervous prostra
tion," debility and nervous headaches?
If the cansc is found in impure blood,
the cure niu.-t lie in making the blood
pure. This is jut wli.it I lood's Sarsa
parilla does, and it lias roved the true
nerve tonic because it is the true blood
purifier, and tlie solace, comfort and
defender of thousands of housewives,
teachers, clerks and other sufferers of
of both 6exes. Ju.-t read this letter:
HI think it is my doty to tell what
Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for me and
my family. Two years ago I vt as in a weak,
nervous condition and had dreadful pal
pitations or Jumping of my heart, fol
lowed by sinking spells, which would last
tor several minutes. Sometimes it would
seem as though I would never come out
of them. I was treated by the best physi
cians, but only for a little time did they
help me. I seemed to be growing worse
instead of better. I would often seem
hungry, but when I ate, no matter how
little, it would cause me such misery that
I was often wicked enough to wish my
self dead. 1 had that
languiJ, all-gone feeling and suffered aw
ful distress iu my stomach. I had given
np all hopes of ever being well, when
my mother wished me to try Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I consented, to please her,
and before I had taken the whole of one
bottle I could see I waa improvine, and
soon was indeed very much better. Its
effects have been truly wonderful and I
hope this letter may be the means of help
ing other suffering men and
to try Hood's Sarsaparilla and be benefited
by it. We have used Hood's Pills in our
family and find them very excellent, es
pecially for constipation. Wegive Hood's
medicines gTeat praise, and if anyone
complains of feeling badly, I say You
should take Hood's and only Hood's."'
Mrs. Kittie SJUXH, 326 Dane Street, Wa
terloo, Iowa. Bemember that
IstheOneTraeEloodTurifipr. All druggists. $1.
Prepared only by C. I. Hood & Co- Lowell. Mass.
u -. t'ie 't farailycathartie
ilOOU S PHIS and liver stimulant, 2S&
urtis Opera House,
Tuesday, March 24.
A single performanco-Ths favorite corucdiin.
In the latest New York and London
The Strange Adventures
of Miss Brown.
Atfolstely the Funniest Play of the Century.
Prices SI. 75c. 50c and 25c.
Peat, at Plllke'a Sutnr.llw mnrnfnv. M.rrK el
Ferry ho it and strait cars after performance.
Rurtis Opera House,
Thursday, March 26.
And his New York Garrick
Theatre company presenting
A Parisian Romance"
Prices J 1.50, SI, 75c and 50c
' rio Fr;da morning. March 90.
at Fink. y. telephone 40, Kerry bout will ran
And Floor Paints.
U10 Third ftenne-
m aw mavv reaaea to r eret peal
f ObaMwhlcta kn lefttbem Km.
W M eo. Irritable, wa trotn MrbUr
SnPlfm Varicocele, Atrophj.Parala,
l,m ctenothlaa-M ppeedilr cffrrtTa
oammmaaassav . - . ...
louas oroM aetho oaderfm Kootaa ttMneoy Mar
(iMiiewe.i aoia a wmjmm a par nam orailor
2f nssisjz: "vrrrf
caiCJaicaL cau aceata for IT. a., ttileaco, r jam
eaa See It et tka draajris aaaaad helair
ManhaU FuoxTkOCJ ISUkK D. 1LU
JIRL WANTED AT 1717 SECOND AVE
"lyANTED-BOAKDERS AT S TWENTY.
V V third street.
'OR REXT-FCRXISHED ROOM AT 1904
TAXTFD-A COMPETENT COOK AT
MOK SALE CHEAP W TONS OF NEW
L ice. V.J. Long.
tfOIt RENT-FRONT ROOM FITRXISHKD
- at 110 Tbinl avenue.
OME BAKERY FOR SALE ON TWEN-
iiuiu mtou can at DaKery.
"CVIR SALE NEW S-ROOM HOUSE, 2S0S
A- Sixth avenue. Apply on premises.
TORT-A FOX TERRIER RET CRN TO
-sJ 3UU3 Fifth avenue and receive reward.
VOft SALE A BABY BUGGY X1D AS
-a. nww. Cheap if taken soon; Wis Third
TANTED-A GOOD GIRL, FOR GENERAL
v lioust keepiuif at 3I Sixteenth bireeu
Xr ANTED SALESMAN IN THE CITY.
V v l'art salary aad cummwou. laouire at
614 Second avenue.
WANT ED-TO TRADE A SQUARE PIANO
in irnnd condition for a bicycle. Ad
dress Y" this oaice.
T ANTED WORK WITH A CONTRACTOR
V V and hullder lv man of experience. Call
St I'JOB Thirty-eighth street.
VT A NTED A GIRL TO IK GENERAL
V housework. Inutiire at New York
Leader. 1CJ3 Second aveuue.
TOR RENT NICE FLAT OF THREE
-1- rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heal
and gas stove. Apply to T. H. Thoruus.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. TWO ONE-half-acre
lota on Wel-I street. South
Rock Inland, by Geoive F. Roth. Masonic Tem
ple. MAGNETIC HEALER DR. H. BLUNT
will lie fouml at her room at the resi
dence of Mrs. Stanton. : Kifteemh street,
corner Third avenue, from 1 to 4 und 7 to 10
"tTANTED AT ONCE THREE OR FOUR
V nice rooms for litrht hnusekcepinp; cen
trally located and with bath, if possible. Ad
dress E. C. E., A He us.
"XTANTED ENGAGEMENTS BY A CER-
V tilled professional nurse, late of Man
chester. Knirland. Terms very reasonable.
Apply 15l!i Fourth avenue.
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-band troods: also roods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture. Before buying, irlve me a call loll
aecuoa avenue, ttock ixianu.
WA NTrOV-S A LESMEN IN EVERY TOWN
- wi... in tut 17 :u Lrii-,iiess. ine
only perfect tl.ior dressing; liberal commission:
t 1. uuiic-urr.-Mir. Aunress at once
Senu company, 16 North Caual street. (JUieuKo.
AYrAXTED-TOBUY FOR CASH. SECOND-
to loan on chattels and all articles of value.
iiwTOPiuiLTiuuu iiu un commission, jeave
your order at 16-i!, Second avenue. J. W.
loues. . i' t - . ,
"r A NTED MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
V f75 a month sstlary or larire commission
scllinsr staple troods by sample lo dealers. Ex
perience unnecessary. Write us. Household
npeuiuuy company, n . r ourtn street, Cln
WTANTED-HOUSiavElO'EKS TO KNOW
V V that Crystal marble en;iml.H rr....M-.
inn kettle: also Acme cake beater und Red
Star silver polish, is sold by uvenls permanent
ly located at Ms Twenty-fourth street. An
-iuart kettle, including slraincr.patent cover,
VTANTED-SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
" French Kelhnnr system at I'll 1 Second
avenue. The comiilete system embraces the
model, complete inst ructions In cuttintr. ttttimr.
French bastimr and iMininv for only Tilt Usiril
once or system complete, ICS. Mrs. M. E.
TVT A NTED GOOD RELIABLE HELP OF
Hums iu can rurnisn references to
use Thb A hi. i s want column. Calls are re
ceived at this ofilce dailv
who can come well rvcunnn ended. Try this
column for a sitnaiion und if you are reliable
JVM iu set uuc.
$100 TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
... - s, v- vuuuot icacn to uraw a cravon
nortrnll li i" inir ii'itmo ...... v. . ., .
' . . -- r . ' "i'iw in iiirce it" ssi ins.
e pay our pupils in to ls pr week to work
.... .. ... . . . , vr spare time, ssena
;:?r. . pariicmars. nermann & Sey
mour, i!3 South Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa.
MtUUV.AL. MTKAUKDISARV OF TnE
- - s Bin luuious nieoium. Madam
Desarmeiiux. the only trenuine natural born
clairvoyant now located here or that ever vis
ited this city. Know thyself. !hy mission and
thy fate knowledge of the future is power of
the present. Remain not in darkness and ijrno
rance. but seek the linht. knowledge and see
what the future has in store for you. This
wonderful woman has been oronounced bv the
press, medical faculty and scientists irener-
'- a tin- twist ueieuraiea medium of modern
tiu.es. i i,u me uiieresiea in sickness, death,
chanires. traveLs. lawsuits, business, pensions
wills. mortirutrAs. deeds, kwt or absent friends
domestic or physical troubles. In a word what
ever your troubles, suspicions or desires mav
be. call on this lady and she will send you away
happier, wiser und bolder than
She advises you through her snirir mtiii.. '
hiirher than human power, the projier course
to pursue nothlne too obscure for this irifted
lady to reveal. She thoroughly understands
the only true method of preparinir and work-
iuk mc larnous matrtc ana mesmeric Talisman
a .prepared and practiced by the Buddhists"
Hindoos and Wizards of the Orient These
matric Talismans, when worn bv the medium s
instructions and accompanied by her powerful
work are "miaranteed " to restore lost affec
tion, cause speedy and happy man-tape with
the one of your choice, removes evil inHu
ences. cause your enemies to become vour
friends. Hushandswho have been drawn from
their wives by the Influence of other women
or wives who are separated from their hus
bands will be reunited by this Talisman of love
Hasbandsor parents who have been addicted to
strong drink, or who have been cruel to thelr
wives or children ean be made temperate,
kind and loving by this mysterious Talisman.
Girls whirse lovers have sought other faces
will be happily reunited by the strantre power.
Cures tits, lit neck, and all other mysterious
diseases. If you have lost faith because of
former failures ciU on Madame Desartneaux
without delay. Conviction will be sure and
happiness and success will follow. Thisladv
wishes It understood that she Is not to be
classed with fortune tellers or cheap pretend
ers to. be find In every city. Positively
no attention paid to letters unless accompa
nied bv el. Come now: don't wait till she
gone and then come. Parlors 1iv5 Fourth ave
nue. Hours ta.mtotp.in. Open Sundays.
I Im. Jlf la in JtMrtw. 1 1 ma i ,1111 mm I
-V A?L. V A . t J;"- I
Estate or Mary J. atnllursn, deceased.
Th nnderriirned having been appointed admin
istrator of Uie estate of Mary J. Mnlliean.
late or the county of Roc Island,
state of Illinois, decease, hereby eivae notice
hat he will appear before the ooanty conrt
ot Rock Island connty, attbe office of the clerk
of said ooun. In the city of Rock l.lind. at the
May term, on the Srst Monday in May
next, at which time all peraons having elaime
against Mid ostate are notified and requested lo
attend, for the purpose of haying tuesam ad
All persons Indebted to raid estate are ra-
aurated to make immediate payment to the u
emiened. Dated this SHth rtav of Pchrnary A. D.. 1SS. '
l os Ml luiuas, AumtuUlraiur.
Estate or Eii2abtth Wiris, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of tne estate of hi iUmu W'irl. late of
the county of Kock Island, utaie of lllino'S, de
ceased, hereby give, notice that he wni appear
before the county court of Kock lslsnd coun
ty, at the riffle- of the clerk of mid conrt. In
thecisy nfRock !lnd, at the May tern on the
nret Monday in May. next, at whirh time
all persons having claims mca.nit eaid e
tate are notified and requested to atrenu for the
purpose of having the same adjusted.
All person. Indebted to .aid eeuue are req nest
ed to nuke Immediate payment to the nnder
S'gned. Dated this 21h to? Febmarv. A. P. 16.
Uekt Wibiii. Administrator.
Notice or Final Nettlemenr.
Wstate of Thomas It. O'Donnoll. Prreasd.
Public notice is hereby given that tlic nndcr-stg-atd.
a-fministra-or cf the e-tte cf Tn. ma
H. O'Unnneli, la- tM day filed hi. fins
report and settlement as such In the connrv conrt
of Rock Uland coanty. and that an nrtii r has
been er.tcrc-d hvsnd conrt approving Ihe raid re
port, unless objection thereto or cause to te
rontmry be suown on or hrforc the fith d.ty
of April. A. I. IS!, at,d upon te final ai
pmvsl of said report, m- said adnlnim'ir will
ask for an order of distribution, and will also ask
to bedistharged. All ltrsons interesu-d are no
tified lo nui-nil.
Bock Island, 111., March 10, 1S-.HL
. j . . . . J- It- JolISTOS,
Administrator of Ihe estate of Thomas H. J Don
STATE OP ILLISOI8. 1
BOCK ISLAND tXltNTY, ""
Josie McDonald Ti. Arthur McDonald, in chan
cery. A fll Javtt of non-resitlcnce of a rthnr McDonald,
the above oefenaant, having been llled in the
cli rk s offlce of the circuit court of saidc tmty.nr.
tiCB i'thi ref.i e hereby given to thaa d non r. si
d-nt derendanto tnt tbs compUinam filed ner bill
of complaint in sa d conrt, on th chancery side
tbercor, on the lith cy of March, l.ssw.
and that ihereiion a tummurs issnct out or s4
court, wherein ,aid suit is now pending, r inrn
ab!e on the first Monday tn the month of
May, the same being first day of said May
trm ntxt, as U by Uw n quired. Now,
unless you. the said noti-r. nli-nt defeo -ant
abiive named shall personally be end
appear before said circuit court, on the first dy
of the neat term thereof. t bo holden at
Rock Island in and fcr the eaid conmy, on Ibe
tifta day tn May next, aLd plead, answer
or demur to the said complainant' bill of
cunpiuint, the same and the m tttt rs ard thlrg.
thereiu charged aud uted will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against jou accord
ing to the praer of said hill.
t, u,, , , K""W. Gajiblc Clerk.
KO'k Island, W.. toar. h, 12, insS.
C. J. Seakle, Complainant'. Solicitor.
Notice ol Publication,
STATE OP ILLINOIS, l
Bock Isxakd Cotmrr. (
In the circnlt court, lTay term, lfWJ.
James Omelai r v. Henry Omalae-, Jr.. Sue A
Barclay, John M Omsiaer. Robert Om-iaer,
Mary .Nesmuth, Maaaie Watson, Christine
Garoner In chancery.
Affidavit of nou restilencs ofSne A Barclay,
John M Om la r, Koliert Oais.aer, Mary Nes
mnth, Mamie Watson. Christine Gardner, the
above defendants, having bean tiled in the
clerk's office of the circuit conrt of raid county,
notice is therefore hereby viven to tbe eaid non
resident defendants that the complainant ti.ed bis
bill of complaint in smcI conrt, on tne ehsncery
side thereof, on the 17th day of January, IS., end
that tberpnpon a summons issued ont of said
eonrt, wherein said suit 1. now pi rutin, retaina
ble on tlie first Monday in the month of May
next, a. is by law required. Now, unless you,
the said non-resident defendants above named,
shall personally be ar.d appear before the said
circnit court on the first aiiy of the next term
thereof, to be holden at Hock Island In aid
for the said connty, on the first Mond'iy in
May, next, ard plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the miners and thing, therein charged
and stated will be taken a. confessed, and s
decree entered against yon according to the
prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Book Island, 111., March S, 1R96.
Srnotis A MAP.mt.i,
Notice of Publication.
STATE OP I LLIKOIrt, i
Rock Islahd Coustt, (
In the Circuit court. May term, lf9S In com
Porter Skinner, onmplainant, v Betsey Rey
no'd., John U Re nolds. Ilea rfeynolds. klisha P
Reynolds Jr. Lory M channon. Amanda u riey
nuld. and Eli-ha P Heinoln, Jr. rx-citor under
the last will and testament of Klirhi P liev
Affidavit of non-residence of the defend
ants. Betsey Reynolds, John II I ennlt. )en
Keynolds. Eli.ha P llen. .'!, Jr. ini liiie iP
Reynold. Jr. execut ir n der the last will and
tns'ament of Elisba P he nobis, cr. iiiip eaded
with tte above named ''efendants, Luc M chun
non and Amanda O Eeynod. baviuc been filed
in the clerk's office of the circuit conrt of said
coonty.notice is there'ore ht ri by g ven lo the said
non-resident defendants that the complainant
filed bis bill of complaint In said court, on tbe
chancery side thereof, on the 87th cay of Febru
ary, 196. and that thereuion a snmmous issued
out of said eonrt, wherein said suit Is now t end
ing, rcetumable oa the ttrst car f tbe next ay
term thereof, ti-wii: . n the fourth day of May
ne t, as la by law inquired Now. unless you, the
aaid non-resident defendant afxiva named, Bet
sey Bayrolds John II Heyno'us. Ben Reynolds,
Elisba P Reynolds, Jr, ard hllsha P Reynold.,
executor nnder the last will and testament ol
Klisha P Reynolds, Sr. shall personally be nd
appear before the said circuit court, on the first
day of the next term thereof, no ba holden si
Kock Inland in a d for ihe said county, os the
fourth day in May. next, and pi' ad. answer
or demur to the said complain' nt's bill of
eompUlnr, the aame and tbe matters nd ihln.-a
there n charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree ecu Ted against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
Geobok W. Gxslb, Clerk.
Bock Island, Illinois, Ken. 27, ihw.
Osborse A Lttok.
It-SIIK A PoHTEB,
Haas A Bt ronn,
SIS and SIS West Second Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
deners and Truckers.
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS OF
Garden Tools, Seed Drills,
Cultivators. We carry a
complete stock of the cele
brated 'PLAX3XT, TO.," TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue.
Wnoleaale aad Retail.
A Rare Opportunity
To Secure Good
A Sale Extraordinary Now On.
We quote a few prices that cannot be beaten and
Allison's Standard Library.
uuuuu in ciotn, iz-mo., pood
paper, clear print, publisher's
prices $1, sale price 37 Jc.
Albion Edition, elegant cloth,
gu wyt, msuu worts zc.
The Famous Alliron's Arun
del series, comprising history,
fiction, travel, adventure, bio
graphy and religion. This splen
did edition will be sold during
the sale at 20c or 6 for a $1.
D & H Classics. Handsome
and dainty handy volumes, 100
titles, sale" price 18c
R. ORAMPTON & CO.
172? Second Avenue.
THE SCHOMA CKER
Have attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
. at International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. T-. in 185.1.
?J"a8 ?? "MUoii First Prize to the Sohomacker Piano,
in 1874 lrankl,n Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858. and again
At the American institute in New York in 185S.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At tho International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards,
sold continlocslt foh 28 years at
A $100 Bicycle Given Away
We will give a S100 Criswold Bicycle to the person composiiiir tlie best article to be
usjtl a an advertisement for the wheel. To the ten T3ms who compose the sttxMid
ret article we will issue a coupon. whi.;h will entitle them to a discount of 10 per cent
from Ihs cash price of i ny article bonclit of us during the year );. To the ten Demons
composing the third best article we will j;lve a "New l)carture Uell."
All persons entering must live In Kock Island county, and must come to otir storo
to examine the wheel, when they will be furnished with full instruction blanks, ete No
rerson will be allowed to enter more than one article. Co!iiK.itio!i will be limited to 140
words. All articles must lie at mr offlce by Satunlay. April '5. Merit to be decided bv
a committee combed of II. V. Sim-ws, W. V. (jt'Aru and F. W. Pjxck. AwdTwill
be made according to their decision.
M. O. Grlswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
i E aster uiinery Qpeningl
4 . ttj! ft
? nuise a (rraiidopeiiin of Uie latest styles in Capes. Suit-. Skirts tillc and
l.aundned W aist. iu all styles. A vbit this week to our l illim-ry and Cloak
room wiu well repay the eye aud pocket. Don't miss this ojiening.
I "4 West Second street
At i rc We have decided to
place within the reach of the
public such authors as Doyle,
Mitchell, Bertha M. Clay and
others of equal reputation, at an
extraordinary low price, a handy
pocket edition, bound in cloth,
During this sale we will make
special prices on sets: Dickens,
Dumas, Eliot, Macaulay, Lytton.
Ruskin and others.
Make your selection before
the stock is broken.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
YOU are conlially invited to att nd r
our Kaster Millinerv (ippiiinu, m
Wednewlay. Thursdav. Friday and f
fi.tunl.i. a, . ... i ... 9
'J, Juaucil .i, i win " w
We have taken extraordinary ains to jk
Mnl.. l.t.. 1 1 F
iiaan una Pft?1llllg all tK'll III i"
Millinery annals of Hip city. We
shall show the latest prodiK-tiotis f mm
the leadiiur I'aris and jork
modUtes, togellier with the line.-
patterns from imr own triinmiiiit:
room. Our mau-riuls an-100 t cent
finer and richer tlian any we have
ever shown, but our nets remain
"Always the Ueape-t.''