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THE ABGUP. TH0K8PA1T, MABCH 26, 1896
mist4 Daflj aa wsauy M
imMk Sacfelalaad, HI. (Katarad at Ow post-
I M tWOBd itSS MUI.1
J. W. Potcr
TaRHS Dsilj. to asct par WMk. Weaklj,
18.00 pat ansa a ; la adraaca. SLM.
All coaunrji lottos af a critical at miiiH
tlrs eharaoar. political or rslifleas, mat Bar
aal aaa attaelMd for psbtlcatioak Ho nek
artlc'.a wia aa prtntad otst flctmoaa atgaatuna.
Unsrssuuudrica aoUdtad float Ofary township
la akiaa uwaa eonaty.
Tiichsdat. Mabch 26. 1896.
For Awl. Rupert
For A Mor. . . ,
on" , JdHX Y. I'"SJIf I -.1.1)
i'l.TKK HI RM'IKB
M. V. Coscaji.ioS
Frank w kahd
If US K T U V H V K
JiH. F. Dmui.tt tn
W. J.H. KCHK
Iowa's Rift tober proud namesake,
tbe great battle ship, will be a 15,000
Jons K. Tanxeb is quoted as say
lng that Illinois is now certain to
tastruct for -I and McKinlev."
Taksek recently delivered an ad
dress before the students of Knox
college, in which be electrified his
bearers with tbe declaration that be
believed In "even and equal justice."
lie aid not say what other kind cl
justice be believed in.
: incapacity of the republican
i is amazing, and tbe republi.
serial is amazing, ana idc repu
cans are trving to escape responsibll
ity by saving tbe senate isn't repub
lican. What a confession! Tbe
republicans were strong enough to
reorganise an the committees ami
absorb all the patronage, bnt when
it comes to legislation their incom
petency Is pitifully apparent.
Senator Uatii, of Minnesota, con
eluded it wasdtbout time to let go of
tbe presidential aspiration story
wnen ms own slate was against biro.
Wonder it Cullom will know enough?
However, it ene not appear to be
characteristic cf Illinois politics to
neea mo protest 01 one s own Ui
trlct. There are two candidates tor
aistant supervisors in Hock Island
who anord illustrations of that.
(tOMEZ, the leader of the Cuban in
surgents, is 72 years old and in his
conduct of the campaign against tbe
fjpnniaras has given evidence of
youth and vigor such as would be
found ordinarily in a pi;rson many
years nts junior, it is probable
there may be some foundation for the
stories of bis ill health, but Instead
of being sick with consumption it is
imeiy mat tbe hardships 01 a cam
paign are telling on his old nge.
1'eter Olsex is serving an indcti
nite and unofficial term in tbe Oak-
land, Cal., county jail from choice.
ills choice was between being in jail
and being at ullegcd liberty within
teach ot bis wife. Oisvn recently
nerved a term in jail fur assaulting
bis wife, lie is young and his wtf
is somewhat mature. Their married
life has been tumultuous, aud they
avo often been in the courts. His
short experience in jail was so sweet
that a few days after lie was liberated
he came back and pleaded with the
jailer to take him in and keep him
there, where his wife could not get at
mm. uiscn has proved a handy man
about the jail, being a good cook, and
tbe jailer ofTurcd him an asylum
01eti breathed a deep sigh of relief
wnen tbe iron door was shut between
cim nnti nis wile, and at last ac
counts was still safe.
Old Yea Krar
try Electric Hitters as a remedy for
your troubles? If not. get a bottle
now and get relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Female Complaints, exerting a won
derful direct Influence in giving
strength and tono to the organs, if
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting siwlls or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choir or troubled with dizzy spells.
Electric Bitters is the medicine vou
need. Health and strength are guar
antucd by its use. Large bottles
only 50c at Marts & I'llemeyer's
A Ramaraabia Car.
Mrs. II. It. Adams. 1609 Wabash
venue, Chicago, savs: "1 had
scrofulous taint of tbe blood from
childhood, which, however, remained
dormant. An ulcer began on the
side of the nose, having all the ap
pearances ot a most malignant can.
cer. The agony of mind I suffered
cannot be detcribrd as I contem
plated the prt gress 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 jrrowth of tbe ulcer
ceased. Tbe diseased tissues In the
bottom and edges of the sore seemed
to loosen and the natural flesh to
take its place. So part ot the dis
ease remains." For sale at M. F.
Bahnsen's drug store.
Ba In Had lBC r.rlp?
If you have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal yoor lungs and stop
tbe racking cough incidental to this
disease. For sale at M. F. Bahnsen's
Iks Object la tm ladee Oaak Fayaaaata aa
totals Locsl Trad.
A syndicate of the leading mer
chants and professional people of
kock island. is oemg organised lor
the purpose, of inducing their pat
rons and the -public generally to pay
cash for their purchases instead of
running accounts. The object of
the syndicate is to arrange for the
sale ot the famous art publications
known as The Triumphs of Modern !
Art, published by tbe liebble Pub
lishing company of Philadelphia on a
plan that will enable members to ob
tain without cost to themselves this
great art collection and at the same
lime have tier business so adver
tised as to largely Increase their cash
This novel undertaking has been
in successful operation in many
cities east of here for the past sev.
eral months, to the satisfaction of all
The publishers1 representatives are
in the city and will call on our busi
ness men with a full explanation of
tbe plan and give them an opportu
nity to join tbe syndicate.
Tonight Richard Mansfield is to
appear at tbe Burtis and an immense
audience of tri-city people will greet
When "Sowing the Wind" with a
famous cast of players under the di
rection of Charles Frohman is pre
sented at the Burtis Friday
evening the feminine portion of the
costumes will greatly interest the
ladies of the three cities as they have
those of other cities. They are his
torically correct and are of the
Keorgia'n period. From them can be
learned in bow great a measure we
are going back to the days of our
grandmothers in the matter ot fash
ion. Tbe antiquities of the trim,
mings contrasted with the frills and
furbelows of today, will have a par.
ticular element of fascination for
feminine eyes and tongues.
One of tbe many specialties intro
duced in Cbarles.'E. lilaney's success
ful farce, "A Ihggage Check," to be
presented at Harper's theatre Sun
day evening, is the 2Jth century
girls. Eight beautiful girls in the
latest English cut coats, derby hats
anil bloomers, sing a song entitled,
When We Get Married," They are
followed by eight men dressed in
lare pufT sleeves, waists and opera
hats, and sing "Why We Got Mar
ried." Cnndenscl Testimony.
Charles B. Hood, broker and man
ufactnrcr's agent, Columbus, Ohio,
certifies that Dr. King's New Dis
covery has no equal as a cough rem
edy. "J. 1). Brown, proprietor St.
James hotel. Ft. Way no, Ind., testi
fies that no 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
fifth street, Chicago, always keeps 'it
At hand and has no fear of croup, be
cause it instantly relieves. Free
trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Newest Scheme of Swindler.
CntCAoo, March 2V Leopold Orenstein,
a Chirk street merchant, lias boon clever
ly swindled out ot ('253 worth of Jewelry.
Two men, apparently 40 and 25, entered
his store nnd looked at souio iroods,tho one,
an alleged kleptomaniac, stealing various
articles, and the. other paying for thorn.
The bills Riven In pnyiuent were all coun
terfeit save one for J HI.
Flee Men Arrested for Murder.
ST. Loris, March 0 Mika Dempsey,
Patrick Furl (altos Fr.mk Heard) James
Carroll, .Tito Curley and Thomas Hayes,
who were lodircrs at the Cleveland House,
liavd been arrested for tho murder of
Thomas llcynohls, whoso dead body was
found Tuesday under an ash heap in tho
basement of that, budding.
Generally fair weather tonight and
Friday; warmer Friday; light varia
ble winds. Today's temperature 38.
F. J. Walz. Observer.
You will agree with ns that the
water furnished you by the Missis,
sippl needs cleaning. You can do
this to perfection by using an Erie
filter. See Davis company.
That Tired r eeling"
overcomes ns when inferior prepara
tions are recommended by unscrupu
lous dealers as "just as good as Fo
ley's Honey and Tar Cough Syrup."
wben we know tbe unequalled merits
of this great medicine, tor sale at
M. F. Bahnsen's drug store.
rUeal rileel rural
Or. WUUaau Iadlaa Pile Ointment will enre
felted bleeding, alomted and Itching1 piles. It
absorbs the tumor, allays the Hchlnf at once,
acts as a poultice, eirea instant relief. Dr. Wiv
llaau' Indian His Ointsieat to prepared only foe
piles and Itching of the private parts, and nothing
on. ATerj box la ruaranteea. Sola or drug-
rlata, sent by cal?, for SO cents asl 11 per box.
Will lent MsaafaetartaK company. Proprietors,
Cleveland, Ohio. Sols by T. B. Tnomaa.
Baby was atok. wo two bar
aba aa a CnDd, aba cried t or
aba beeaosa Wsa, aba esmar to
aba bad CbUdrea. aba cava Ombs
lng at your door at lOo a week
Children Cry for
WAXTED AT OXCE THrtEK OR FOdt
nce room for IViu houe teer:nr; cer
tra'ly located and yrita beta, iTpo&uO'e. Ad
dress . V. II. AUG ITS.
WANTED A POSITION AS CXEJ7K IN
retail store or as sn!eman in wholesale
bowe by a younir nan IV year of ape: good
baUu and can f ural-li best of rererenc.es.
T ANTED MEN IV OR NEAR ROCKISL
v V and or Port Byron to act as private de
tect Itch under instructions: experience un
necessary. Address Universal Detective
Agency. Piel Building. Indianapolis. Ind.
WTaNTFD-SALFSJhXNIN EVERY TOV7N
V f aod cHv in voe s,i.e to seU rs,e. Lhe
od;v per'eel floor d-e "r;: lioc- al cojui.sJou:
experience enoecessarv. Atfdrevs at oace
Seug company. 16 No-la CsoalsLrcet, Chicago.
"ITT A NTED TO BC Y FOR CASH. SECOXD-
V f band iroods of every description. Money
to loan on cnauels and all articles of value.
Goods stored and sold on commission. Leave
yoor order at l&S, Second avenue. J. W.
7"ANTED-MEN WHO WILL WOEK FOR
vv S75 a inonlh salary or larire commission
sell'ng stapJe poods by samp'e tode.''.eis. Ex
perience unnecessary. VCri-c u. Household
Soecmlly company, ;r w. Fourth street, On
NTED HOUSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
V V that Crvstal marble enameled reicrv-
ing kettle: also Acme C'ike beater and Eed
Star silver polish, is sold by agents pet ai -Den'
lv located at MS Twenty-fourth street. An
ft-uart kettle, including strainer.pateut cover,
T ANTED SCHOLARS TO LEARN THE
H French Keilogir system r.t bill Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete insiructionsin cutiin. fitting.
French basting and boning for only rlUi Usual
price for system complete, tJo. ilrs. M. E.
ArAXTED-GOOD RKIJARLE HELP OF
V V all kinds who can furnish references to
use Thb Alcorn want column. Calls are re
ceived at this ofece daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a siinaiiou and if you are reliable
you iu get one.
A GENTS WANT ED-MALE ANDFEMALF..
-a, old and younir. $10 to per day easily
made. sc'Jinir ouMiiieen pining o'Jtflis and do-
to'r goin. silver, iveiiei. conper ana nruss plat
ing Hint is warivaled so wear from live to Of
teen years ou cve -y class of metal, tableware.
jewelry, etc. Iv'-'ht aed easily handled, no ex
perience re,)u-"ed lo operate them. Can be
can,ed by band wuh en-e from houe to hOJse
same as a crip sac:c or satchel. Aiects are
makintr money rapidly. Tney sell to almost f
every niiH-ne s House. lanviv and work s.?o;.
Cheap, durali'e. simple e.id wlib'n the reach of
everyone. Plates almost irsiunllv. euuul 10
he finest new work. Send for circulars, etc.
Queen City Silver and Nickel Plating company.
risi nu ioui. 111.
"ClOIt PENT FRONT ROOM FURNiSnED
a. si i
isio Taiid aveiiue.
tTOR RENT NICK FI.AT O? TaFEE
AV rooms in Indu-trivl Home. S.caj heat
and gas s.ove. Apply to T. II. Thoai-s.
IfKIt EENTON MAY f AN EOHTT-ROOM
house ii.h all m-Hlern i-npiveinems. hot
waier henlipr. 7il Sevenlcenl'j sLreet. lii-
qu-i o.' Meyer Roscnbeld. IsisSevcnih avenue.
LV)R KENT THE FLATS IN KOKSTKR
1 building on Moline nvenue will be partly
finished by April 1. opiKjsiteC.lt I. &P. dejiot.
For particulars call on S. A. Koester, lu
Maxn street. Telephone H7. Davenport.
FOR SAl Z.
FOR SALE CHEAP-50 TONS OP NEW
ice. C.J. L-jrg.
HOME BA KFT.Y FOR SA LE ON TWEN
tir.ii ,rect Call at bakery.
IOR SALE-NEW 8 ROOM TOCSE, S03
tjixth avenue. Apply on presses.
FOR SALE A I5A11Y T.UCGY C.OOD AS
new. Ci:eiip if taken soon: IMS. Third
FOli SALE A SIX ROOM COTTAGE WITH
utodem c iiivenieiices, M0 Fourleentu-and-a-nuli
IrOR SALE A
LARGE, WELL IIRED
Inou.e at 1-1-1 Severn h
avenue, or leave word at ARtiU.s oitlce.
FOR SA LE ON EASY TERMS. TWO ONE-hlll'-ICre
l.liS On V-1llk .1..... Cnn.h
Kock I-lanu. by Ueo.ge F. Rolh, Masonic Tern
LOST-A FOX TERETEit RETURN TO
Fifth avenue and receive reward.
ft ODD T A T.LE LOA ED AT ;.3o PER WEEK
" a. litis Tuird avenue, opiK.iie Spencer
MAC NET JC HEALFf! DR. H. BLUNT
w;,t oe found rib's nsitn ut the resi
dence of Ivies. St tin loo. Tiki Fitieenth sircel.
corjcrTh;id rvenue. iroai I lo i and T to 10
JOST-A LADY'S COLD WATCH BE
i tween MeCulic's store and Eleventh ave
nue and Nineteenth street. Liiienil rewai-d
will be Oiiid for lis return to the oltlce ot Mc
HARRY B. IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand k'xmIh: also oods hnnd'ed
on commission. Cash paid for all sa'en.ue ,nr
niture. Bc'ore bu:nvr. give me a ca'l 1511
Second avenue, liock Island.
TO ANY MAN OR WOjlAN WE
cannot teacn to ciniw m cravon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pav our pupils m to ?ls per week to work
for us at home, eveninirs or spare time. Send
tor work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour. 213 South Sixib street, Ihiiadelphia. Pa,
MADAM DESAKMEAUX. THE WORLD S
most fumou medium. Comforts the
sorrow ing. heals the uWieted. settles ail di
mestic. business and love troubles. Restores
lot urrecth.n and causes speedy and happy
mnrri-.-es-no failure. Hours a. m to p. m.
d.ii:y and Sund:,ys. Parlors at Iftii Fourth
avenue: for a short time only. Call at once
ill and 115 West Second Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds suitable for the
most critical market Gar
deners and Trackers.
Garden Tools, Seed Drills,
Cultivators. We carry a
complete stock ot the cele
brated 'PLAHXT, aTR.,' TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue.
Wholesale and Retail.
X state or Mary J. afnlligan, aeeeased.
The trade rtijroed bartns been annolnted admin
istrator ot tea estate of Mary t. Mulligan,
lata of the county of Roe Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby givea notice
hat he will anoear before the eonntv court
of Rock Island comity, at the office of the clerk
of said oonrt, in tbe city of Rock Island, at the
say verm, on tne nrst jaonna tn aay
next, at which time all perMma having claims
against said estate are notified and requested to
attend, for the nannse of havhie tue same ad
aii persons maeotea to eata estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe un
dersigned. Dated this SBtb day of February A. D.. I8RS.
Thomas Mcxusas, Admuustrat)-.
Adm nUtrator's Notic
Xstnteef Biizabeth Wirlg, deceased.
The nndersigned baying been appointed admin
istrator of the estate or flizabeib WirU. late of
tae eoonty of Rock Island, Male of fUinols, de
r-js"SH, nereny gives notice mat no will appesr
before the r nnty court of Rock Island coun
v, at the ofiice of the clerk of gtld court. In
the city of Pock Island, at the May tc-m on tbe
nrn Monday in May, next, at whlcb time
an persons having claims ara.nt said
tate are notiSed and 'reqne.ua to aitenu for the
purpose of hsvtTU! the same adinsted.
All peions lndehtrd to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment to the nnder-
Dated this V Ca day of February. A, D. lsas.
IIsxkt Wiaio, Administrator,
Notice cf Final Battlement. "
estate of Thomas B. O'Donnell. Deceased.
Public not ic- is hereby eiven hat I ne under.
t'goed. anministra'or of the e-nte cf themas
a. uuonnei', lias ibis day sica hit Onal
report and settlement as such tn the county court
of Rock Irland eonntv. and that sn order has
been entt red by said court spproving the said re
port, unless objections thereto or cause to ta
contrary be nt,wn on or before the nth dsv
of April. A. D. W6. and npon the final ap
proval 01 saia report, me saia aaminisrraior will
ask for an order of distribution, and will also ask
to be discharged. All persons interested are no-
uuea to alien J.
Bock Island, 111., March 10, 1SH8.
J. K. Johfstok.
Admtnlstrator of the estate of Thomaa B. O'Don
STATU OP ILLINOIS, 1
Rock Ii-laxd CoujiiT, f "
Joaie McDonald vs. Arthur HcDomld, iu chan
ctry. Aflliavlt of non-ref ldenr e of A rthnr McDona'd,
the above aefenlant, having lieen filed in tbe
cura's omce or the circuit court cf raldc uuty.nt
tice i thereto e hereby eiven to thead nim-resi
dt-nt defendants that the complainant filed nerhili
of complaint in sa-d ormrt, on lb chancery tide
thereof, on the lth ray of March, isfld,
and that thereupon a sunimot a i.ene-l out of s-iid
crurt, wnertin said r nit is na pending, r-inrn-
ah.e on tne first Monday In the moMb of
May, the same being tirs: day of sa.d May
term nxt, a is toy 1-w required. Now,
unless you. the said non-ret-ident defend
ant above named shall nereonallv he snd
appesr before said circrt r,urt, on the firt dsy
of the nt xt term thereof, to be holden at
Kock Island in and fi r the said conn'y, on the
tiftu day in May next, aid pUad, answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of
comp'aint, the same and the mitten atd ihluga
luerciu cnargej ana tiatea win oe uuten as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing hi me prater or said mu
Gkorok W. Oamblc, Clerk.
Rork Island, IT., war- h, 12, lrtW.
C. J. eaAiii s, Compidinant's tsilicitor.
STATK OF ILLINOIS,
Boca Islskd COUMTT. I
In the circuit ronrt, lay term. 1RSK5.
Jams Omelaer y IK-nrv Onulaa-, Jr. ene A
rtaiclay, .lohu M Ora'acr. Hobert Omlaer,
Nary Aemnth. Mamie Watsun, Christine
traruner lu chancery.
Affidavit f non-resl-lencs of Rna A Ttftrrtav.
donn M Om-laer, Robert O-ns'aer. Marr Nes
muth, Mamie Osteon. Cbri'tiue tiardntr, the
sbove drfeudnts, having been nled In the
clerk's office of tbe circuit conrt of said county,
notice Is therefore hereby tiven tot He said non
resident defendants that the com jlainant fi.ed his
bill of complaint in sld conrt. on t'.-e chsncery
fide thereof, on the 17th day of Jannary. lS'.ft, and
that there'ion a summous Usued out of said
court, wherein said suit I, now pending, reinrna-
u.e on trie nrst .Mono ay in tne muntb of Mry
next, as is by law required. Now. unless you,
the said non-resident defendants above named,
shall personally t and appear before the said
circuit court on the first uty of the next term
tlierruf, to be holden at Kock Island in aid
for toe said eonntv, on the first Vonday
Stay, next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant a bill cf cimolaint, Ike same
ana tne miners ana tbiftiis tuerein chargea
and Haten will be taken ss contend, and a
decree entered against you according to the
prayer oi saia mil.
OCORQR W. GsMBbK, Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., March 5. 18(6.
STrnnxo A Varbhi.l.
I nblication Kotice.
8TATK Or ILLINOIS, I
Rock Ihlahp oovmtt. f
In the Circuit conrt in chincery. May tern
Edjar TJumnhrey, executor of the last will and
testament or wtii'am u. Maubtll, deceased, v
.1 erred U. Marshall, Kill waistaali. Lwls D
war-nail, Aitna Siarnall and Thj nlversl.o Mil
line Co.. a eoruoration-torcHoaa-e.
Afildavit t:iat tbe p acj of residence of Jcrred
O. Marshall and Hill Marshall, two of the above
nameo aetenaanis. can not be acer;ained, hay-
lrg ocenniea intae ciera's omce or the circuit
court of said county, notice Is therefore hereby
peirea u in, iu oeienaants tnattne com
plainant Sled his hill of comnlaint in said
conrr, on ins chancery side thereof, on the
sin cay oi ai-trcn, ituo and that th reunon su-n
mona ussned out of raid CjQrt, wherein said suit
is now penning, returnable on tbe nrst Mondsj
in the month of May next, as i by law reonireii
Now, unless yon the taid defendants above
nsmea, Jerreo . Marshall a ,d Rills Msrs.iall
shad personally be aid appear before said elrcn'i
court, on the Brat day of tne next term (hereof.
vi oe uuiueu mi nica island m and Tor the said
county, oa the first Monday in May next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's
bill of complaint, the sami and the matters and
things t erein charged and stated will be taken
as confessed, ana e decree entered against joa
1 . ui.l (V wv jumjvs ui Pa 1U U 1 1 1.
Rock Island, HL, March S', lxsc
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Jko. J Fo CH.Compl .hunt's Solicitor
BTATI OF I LLINOIS,
Kock Islahd Couhtt. "
In the Circuit court, May term, 1E9S. In chan-
Porter Skinner, complainant, y Betsey Rey-
Bo'ds. John U Re UoldS. Be Hrvnnlaa Rlih p
Reynolds Jr. l.ney M t hannon Amanda O hey-n--lds
and El'-ha V Kevaolns, Jr. executor under
the last will and testament of jfli-ha P Rey
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe defend
ants, Betsey Reynolds. Jotm b heynoiris. Ben
Hc.yr.olds. Eli'ha p Ke; n.. ds, Jr. and E!isa P
Reynold. Jr. urcnt.r urdrr tue last will and
tesamei.t of iaa P Peis-iU, sr. impleaded
with lie above named i:or-mint-. Lcc M ( han
non and Amanda o Feync'ds. having been filed
in the clerk's office of the circuit court of ra'd
conn'y. r.iKice inhere; ore heribyg yen to the said
non-resloent Cefeuduts that the comi-ltinant
Sled his bill of eomulsrnt In aid court, on the
chancery side Wereof. on the STtb cay of Febru
ary. 1 -Sfi. and that thereupon a summons Issued
out of -aid eoart. wherein said suit is now tend
lag, reeturnable on the first cay cf tbe next -ay
term thereof . to-wit: n the for.r'.h cay of My
ne t. s by l.w n quired ?"ow, unless you, the
said non-resident rievt-ndsnt above uamea. Bet
sey Itevr olds John II Revnnk.s. Ben Reynolds.
EHsba P Reynolds, Jr. j d klisha P Reynold,
executor nnoer the last will and testament of
Elisba P Reynolds. Sr. shall personally be snd
appear before the sid circuit oonrt, on the firrt
day of tbe next term thereof, to be fco.den at
Rock Island iu a d for ihe said county, on the
fourth day in My. next, and pi' ad. answer
or demur to ibe sa.d complainani's bill of
compliint, the same aud the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
Gxobgc W. Sauna, Clerk.
Bock Island, Illinois, Feb. 27, 1896.
sobs i A Ltwdx.
PcsBaa A Fosrca,
Baas A Bt-voan,
eTAT OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Uuxo Uomtrr.
COanty court ot Rock Iiland county, to the Hay
na, A.D. 1S36.
Charles 8cbreibrradmtr'ratoT of tbe estate of
w:rr A. Aadescn. deceaa-d, v Loalsa Andei
aon. Ore r Anderson. Cnarles Anderson. Kmil
Anderson, Iaa Schreibr. t taristlna Welcn, KaU
J.Nelwa and Ju! e v Ludirf ;on, petition to soil
reU eataie 10 pa debts.
Affidavit of the non-re- ideneo of Brer I Anderson
and Juliette Lnoit.gt m, dofend -nts above named,
sating been filed n the orSce of "be elerk rf the
eoonty couu of Rc Island county, notice is
hereby g.ven lo the s .id Kmil Andnsb" and Jul".
its Lualnglon ihat tho said plalcliS. Oasrles
Mbrieber, admlnl-trator . f the e-tate of O af a.
Anderson, decerned, h-s fi'el hit petition In the
saia county contt of Reck t-la',d eonntv fo' an or
der to sell the premises belonging to tbe ratate of
said deceased, or so much of it as mv be needed
to pay the debts of (aid deceased, and eescrib-d
as follow. t3-wit Beginning ar the normessi
e.irneroMhe south half (l-4 of the northeast
qnactertlt) of section nnruher Ave (5) in town-
snip nomoer seventeen ti nnrrc, rargs ioiuri
one (1) west of the fourth i4tn) pti-c pl me-id-lao;
theae-asorth on rect:on line fifty (50) fee
for a skirting point; thince we.-tone buudred
and tweu: r-eighi (l-'S) fee; ; tnence south fifty tSOl
feet; tnence east one hundred and tw. nty-cicht
(12SI feet: thence nnrih liftv &0i feet lo the
place of beginning, reserving a strip twenty
eight 28 feet wide on the e-st eid fora roaa;
a'l lines to run parallel with the CJireapjcdlng
tieing tne premises known and described as lot
nnmber two (2) in block Lumber flfb-cn (lr) i-
Orlando Chilu audition to the city of Miiine,as
designated ou the teco. ded pltt t f said adniilon
al nate in tne ecutity of tfocfc Island and s.ate of
Illinois, aod that a r-omraon ha. been issued out
of said cor.rt tgilrst yon. r.'tnnahle a' tt-e April
teim.A. O lSUti.orealdenurttbeholdint'ieitb
day of Apt I, A. li. lS'W. a' the conr- hoiife iu
tt"ck Island, la tiock Island county, I lmnl.
Now. on'fs Vou. tne said fimil Am-erson an1
Joltette LndiDgtnn snnll (rsonally b- and spueir
before the said coi n'v cc.nrt of Hock Island
ounly on tbe fi- st day i.f a terra trere -t, to b hol-
denatthe ronrt house in'heci'y of Kock Isl
and, in said county, on the 4 a day of May.
A. li.. 196. and nU-, answer or demur to tne
said complainant's pt-imou fied therein, the same
and the mailers and iLl:g thtreln charg"d and
s:a'ed will be taken as cuiifser. sudadeert e
entered against ou eccoiding to the praver o
Rock island. March 35. lss.
iiJAI All Kohi.kr, Clerk.
Jacksox A HrntT, UoibpUaiit't solklicrs.
Ch?. Bxtirro, Mantger.
Sunday Evening, March 29
Mirth an 1 Mcrrl nrnt
C11A. I. BLANS Y S blc farce conedy c m
pauy a latest succasr,
"A Baggage Check"
Fcaded by JintsT. E ellt, L'ZZ'B
Melrosb. and a tuperb caau
he Trilby Qaadrille
The SOlli Ceniury Girls,
The Athletic Girls.
60 new and original specialties. Mere
mns c than a comic opera.
Prices-75c, 60c and ..
iirtis Opera House,
Thursday. March 26.
And his New York Garrick
Theatre company presenting
"A Parisian Romance"
Prices 51.50, t, 75? and 50c.
Sale of seats retrins Fr-"dav miming, March 8f),
at Kink. lelrphonoSu. Ferry boat will run
Burtis Opra House,
Friday, March 27.
Eng'gemcnt of the Remarkable Trims from the
Empire theatre, Sev Yoik, .
Sowing the Wind
With the b'g Frohn.tn east:
T II GttroRE
TniiHAt Wn rrli
ti.i.A IH i.h Wcon
r Rltll! RICK STRIiKO
T iL-hta In mn TJinbts in aft N-cl U in
-hew York cicaco B fton,
"He who fails to see It does himself an
nnparcoLable ii jnry. '-lioslon Transcript.
Prices Si, TSe. soc and 2."c. Sets at Klnke
Wvlnrsday moraine. Telephone S3. Ferry boat
anu cats aiur prriormanc
. EASTER MUSIC.
Faster lilies, and a bright Easter
morning not to omit your
Easter eggs are the suitable ac
companiments of the glad re
, awakening of nature and the
opening of spring, when a young
man's fancy lightly tarns t
thoughts of Jove and a new suit.
A man would feel very shahhy.
indeed, if he hadn't had HOPl'E
to prepare him with a stylish
new suit of clothes for this 'glad
A Rare Opportunity
To Secure Good
A Sale Extraordinary Now On.
We quote a few prices
Allison's Standard Library.
Bound in cloth, 12-mo., pood
paper, clear print, publisher's
prices $1, sale price S7Jc.
Albion Edition, elegant cloth,
gut top, stand works 2c.
The Famous Allison's Arun
del 6eries. comprising history,
fiction, travel, adventure, bio
graphy and religion. This splen
did edition will be sold during
the sale at 50c or 6 for a 1.
D & H Classics. Handsome
and dainty handy volumes, 100
titles, sale price 18c
R. CBAMPTON & CO.
172? Second Avenue.
Hare attained their celebrity solely
publicly exhibited in competition
THIS IIICilllT AWARD !-
At tbe International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y.. in 1858,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomacker Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1845, 1858, and atrain
in 1874. fa
At the American institute in New York in 1853.
At tbe Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 187C.
Schomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COMTINUOCSLT FOB 28 YEARS AT
If aiiaUD O IflUOlU
A $100 Bicycle Given Away
We will eive'a SIM) Griswold Bicycle to the person roiuKi!ifr the best aiticle to be
used as an advertisement for I lie wli"-l. To the l-n j-soiis who coiiijhho tlio second
best article we will issue a coiimii, wliiHi will entitle them to a lis-iiiit of 10 a-r ceiit
from tlie cash price of I ny article bought of us iluriiiir the year '.!. To the ten ersoiis
composing tlie third best article we will give a "Sew Departure Bell."
OONDITION S I
All persons entering m ist live In Rock Island county, end must come to our store
to examine the. wheel, when they will be furnished with lull instruction blanks, etc No
person will be allowed to ent;r more than one aiticle. Coniositioii will be limited to 140
words. AH articles must lie at our oflice by Saturday. April 2. Merit to be decided by
a committee composed of II. P. Simpson, W. 1'. (ji AVLK aud K. W. Uinck. Awards will
be made according to their decision.
M. O. Griswold & Co., 1510 Second Ave.
Easter iUinery Opening
i wi?' i
1 make a jcraml opening of the latest
m L.uuuneu v aisis, in all styles. A
nl room will we.ll reriav tlio ...
114 West Second street
BEE O HIVE
that cannot be beaten and
At ne 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,
Buskin and others.
Make your selection before
the stock is broken.
Electro-Gold String Pianos
on account of Merit. Wherever
they have invariably received
Onrn 116 West Second
UlUI C Street DAVENPORT
YOU are cordially invitci
our hjister Millinery
iiav .ui'l a.
Saturday, March u.",, ', -l and 'f - w
We have taken extraordinary u tn
makn tliis 0eiiiii an Ch Ii in tiie
Millinery anuitls of the city. We f
sliall sliow the latest pwdiK tioiis from
tlie leadins Paris and New "rki
Qiodistes, together wnh tl.e linert 9
patterns from our on triiniiiimi? H.
room. Our materi.iU are 100 i-r rei.l
finer and rieher than anv we have J
ever shown, but our pik-es remain
"Always the Clienie-t.
Wo iav. Tiiade s.Kitd efforts to
styles in Capes. Suits Sfeirts Si'k and
visit this week to ur .Miiiiny "u
i-ai ib.ni ,i tls iiireoiiii;.