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THE AKGUP. THUBSDAr, APBEL 2, 1896.
Daily ae4 weakly M Mi
XoeaIalaa4. EL bun at tha so.
J. W. POTTM
Tin-Daily. 10 eaiiu pot wt WmUi,
VU p aaaaa; la aaraac. ILH.
AS ofaaraalcactooa oC a critical or ariasaiita-
ITM t aaractac. political or tallctoae, mm has
Ml mm attaeaad foe pabUcatiaB. Ho loch
artUlawUlsa prata ovar tettUaw tUnataiM.
trtsniidats solldtsd baas mij township
t Boat laiasd eoasiT.
Tbcmdat, Aran. 2. 1896.
Daasoeimtla Clty-Towashlp Tlrkst.
For Supervisor R KrvniiASs
fur Amnniof Irtr.H H Hi.r.Wf;K
For Collector Ucuxas Klijens
"IratWanl M. V. r)irA5!ens
Heennrt Ward KmsK F kaho
Third Wiirrl IIamiliuk W.TK
Fourth Ward... Vai.r.xTIMK Iai-ikh
Firifc Ward Hr.vHT I. WHKMjt
Hljth Ward J-ihs y. Ih.Miixi.kk
Hcnib Ward W. J. H. Kkuk
Tn Seventeenth congressional dig.
trlct, Cullocu's home district, has for-
mally endorsed Mchmley (or presi
dent with Shelby M. at second
choice. This ouzht to be cheering
. . . ,, . " , e
to tne Illinois nnmDug.
Decatik's bicycle clab Is to adopt
a uniform. It the proposed costume
at loretoia ty tne itevicw. is selected,
the boys may be taken for escaped
convicts while out for a spin. It
says a sweater has been selected. It
is striped, the stripes being dark
bine and yellow. The Review fur.
tber remarks that "if the uniform
adopted is as gorgeous a pattern as
the sweater It will attract no end of
attention. The wheelmen should ro
member the bibical story of Jacob's
striped cattle and be careful how
they ride through the country dis
tricts, less the next crop of calves in
Macon county be all ot one kind as
Tin figures of the New York World
claiming to demonstrate McKinley'a
nomination at St. Louis jn the first
ballot have brought out a counter cs
timate by which it is attempted to be
shown that the World's figures are
fallacious and that in realitv the
Ohloan on the first ballot cannot no
sibly obtain over 2.13 votes, the re.
mainuer being distributed among the
other candidates, all of whom are
ready to combine against him.
Since the latest estimate gives Mc
Kinley SOI votes already, it does not
appear that the alleged fallacy of the
World's figures I or cm bo'clearly
shown. Ho only lacks i"j now of the
23.1 and if he cannot corrall more
than that namer in the next three,
and-a-half months he had better
withdraw before the convention
opens. Hut there is exactly as much
probability that he will not get over
233 votes on the firnt ballot as there
is that he can bo induced to withdraw
Html K.ltctloaa In land.
Mate elections this year preceding
me presidential election are not
numerous and are ot minor import
anoa, except as straws showing which
way the wind begins to blow. The
great October status of the past, in
cluding Ohio, Pennsylvania and In.
diana, have swung into line and bold
ao election until that of Nor. 3.
which will decide the presidency.
The elections in early states this
year will hardly famish a basis for
intelligible forecasts of the presiden
The first election of the yoar was
held in Rhode Island April 1, Gov.
Charles W. Lippitt being the rcpubli.
can candidate, seeking reelection to
bis present oilier, (ienrge Littlelield,
the democratic candidate last year,
was renominated. Lippitt was
elected by 3,477 plurality. The re-
Jmblican majority in Khodo Island
or president in 1892 was 2.637. for
governor in April, 194, was 6.307
and for governor in 195 was 10,809.
Rhode Island is one ot the states
that still holds annual elections.
A state election will be held in
Louisiana April 21. The democrats
are opposed by a combination of re
publican and populists with a sugar
democrat named l'harr as the fusion
candidate for governor. The cam
paign is very active, but there is
litter feeling between the factions of
the anti-democratic combine, and
there is a fair prospect of democratic
success. The money question does
not cut as much figure in Louisiana
as the sugar question and the demo
crats will lose votes on account of the
repeal of the sugar bounties.
There will I a state election in
Alabama Aug. 3, and a coalition of
the republicans, with Reuben Kolb,
the populist leader, has been effected.
A legislature will be elected hich
will choose a successor to I'ni'.cd
States Senator James I- Pngb, a
weak democratic silrerite over 75
years old. tior. W. C. Dates has an
nounced himself a candidate for
United States senator on an honest
money platform, and will make a
v I porou campaign.
The remaining state elections are
Verniout. Sept. 1: Arkansas, Sept. 7;
Malue. Sept. 1; Florida, Oct. 6; and
f.anri-4 li t ? Tk... ...
erfnl democratic factions In Georgia,
the division line being ea the monev
question, aad a senator will be elect
ed to succeed General John B. Gor.
don. Secretary Hoke Smith and
Congressman Henry C Turner will
lead the honest money campaign
with ex-Speaker C F.Crisp at the
head ol the eUverltem. The result In
this state, as In Alabama, will be of
the highest national interest on ac
count of the financial question involved.
OBclaJ Proceeding of Last Sight's Cooa.
CiTr Cocxcil Room Rock Islisd,
April 1. The Council met in special
session on call of the Mayor, at 8:
p. M. Major Knox presided and all
the alderman were present. The
Mayor stated that a protest had been
filed against the nomination papers
of George Schneider, Republican
nominee lor alderman in the Fifth
ward, and under the provisions of
the election law an alderman must
be selected by lot to act with the
Mayor and City Clerk in disposing of
the question Involved.
The Clerk read the protest ot J.
H. Reeves, objecting t-j the certifi.
cato of nomination of George Schnei
der as the Republican nominee for
aldetman in the Fifth ward on the
ground that the primary election was
ordered by notice to bo held from 1
to 8 p. m., and the judges closed the
polls In the Fifth ward at 7 r. m; to
gether with the primary election
notice signed by if. 11. Scbroeder.
chairman ot the Republican city-
townsnip committee; also supple
mental objections by J. II. Reeves
Alter debate a written opinion on the
taw points involved, from City At
torney J. L,. Haas, was read by the
Clerk, and was in effect that the
objections were raised under the
ballot Reform law of 1891 while the
proceedings of the primary election
were under tho law of 1889 and en
Tlie Cleric read sections bearing on
the subject from tho laws of 1889 and
1891 .after which Alderman Foss raised
the point that objections could te
oied only by a Republican to the
sumcieacyor a Republican norains
tion and should be filed fifteen davs
Alderman Gall moved that the
objection be laid on the table. Alder
man Kennedy moved as a substitute
that no action be taken be taken by
the Council. After debate the motion
and substitute were withdrawn and
Alderman Pender moved that lots be
drawn under the proviso of section
10 of the ballot law of 1691. Carried
12 to 2 (Johnson, h'osr) Alderman
Fois;stated that be voted in the
negative because be held that the
Council had no jurisdiction.
Alderman Scbroeder moved that
when the alderman to serve has been
drawn the referees be requested to
retire and reach a decision tonight
and report to this Council that it mav
be made a matter of record.
Tbe lot was drawn by Mr. James
McGarvey, and Alderman Schreiner
Alderman Kennedy moved to re
consider tbe action taken and Alder
man Foas seconded tbe motion. A
point of order was raised and over
rnled by tbe chair. Tbe motion was
put and defeated 3 to 10
Alderman Schroeder'a motion was
then put and carried. A recess was
taken and the conforreca retired. On
returning; 'they reported that they
would report their decision to Alder.
man Schneider and Mr. J. U. Reeves
at 10 a. m. tomorrow.
Tbe Council adjourned on motion
or Alderman Aiaucker.
A. D. HrEsiNu, City Clerk.
Toot lto Won't Lisa a Honth.
So Mr. Gilman Brown, of 31 Mill
street. South Gardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His son had
lung trouble, following typhoid ma
laria, ann ne spent $375 with doc
tors, woo unaiiy gave bim up. sav
ing: lour boy won't live a
month." He tric-d Dr. Kinsr's New
Discovery and a few bottles restored
him to health and enabled him to go
to work a perfectly well man. He
says he owes bis present good health
to tne uso or vr. Kinjr's New Dis
covery, and knows it to be the best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Ullemevcr's
are they who are afflicted with pim
ples, boils, carbuncles, running
sores, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or
syphilitic affections, or anv other
oiooa iaini wnaisocvcr, ana do not
try a 50 cent bottle of Foley's Sar
saparilla. For sale at M. F. B&hn-
scn's drug store.
Ilovo Yoo Had tho Urlp?
If yon have, you probably need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honcv
and Tar to heal your luogs and stop
tne rackintr cougn incidental to this
disease. For aale at M. F. Bshnsen's
rimr llllnoU 31 ma Dead,
rii!S&riKU. April S. J.tbrs Capp, a
Mlilcnt of Illinois since llt, anj a prom
inent cittrcn of Monnt I'uljikU Logan
county, which town ho foumlcd, died yes
tcnlay In Mount Pulaski, at-nl W years
and 7 months. He was tho father of four
teen children, ot whom eight are living.
Do Caa lie Kmttlj Spared.
CoLrvnrs, O, April 2. EJwarU
Knuppa, after wounding Frances Ruaa,
killed himself. Mrs. Kx refused to re
turn to him as housekeeper.
ruael ruoel rtlool
Dr. WUIiaaa laala Puo Otctxeat will can
Had b feed lac. aJoml4 aad ltchta piles. It
absorbs the toeuM, allays tk ttcMng at oaeo.
arts as s pooJMeo, firm lattaat relief. Or. Wu
Rbm' ladlaa Plla Olatawotis praparod on'.y for
fr.rt aad Kc&inf, of ta prtrsta rsna, aad aothai
aw. or bos Is rums trod. Bold by droc
1ta. Mat hy avn. far SP omts and II par boa.
WITIaas Vtaarartsrlat conpasy. rreortoMra,
CVlaad,Oalo. SclS by T. B. Taoaas.
Children Cry for
A COMMON CASE OF PILES.
It May Lead to Serious Re
sults. When people generally understand
that all such fatal diseases as fistula,
ulcer cf the rectum, fi-sure, etc., al
most invariably begin in a simple
case of piles, they will learn the wis
dom of prompt treatment for the first
appearance ol trouble in this quar
ter. The Pyramid Pile Cure will
certainly cure every form of piles
itching, bleedidg, protruding or
blind piles and hundreds of lives
have been saved by usin? this cheap
but effective remedy tight at the
start, because at such a time a single
package will affect a cure, while in
tbe old chronic, deep-seated cases,
several packages are sometimes nec
essary before a lasting cure is af
fected. Physicians are usinx the Pyramid
Pilo Cure in preference to surgical
operations and with uniform success.
The remedy is prepared by the Pyra.
mid Drug Co. of Albion, Mich., and
is for sale by druggists everywhere
This firm receive hundreds of testi
monial letters from cured patients
and publish a fresh list every week.
1 his week we take pleasure in pre'
senting the following: From M. A.
Wilson, Peabody, Kansas: Your
Pyramid Pile Cure received and I
have received more benefit from two
applications thau from all other
aeJicines I have ever tried. I have
been troubled with piles for SO
years. They would come down every
uav and have to be worked back, but
have not been down since the first ap-
i : ; ... n - i v
ui;abiuu ui mo jrmiuiu. i am a
convert to the merits of the Pyramid
From C. D. Edgerton, attorney at
law, Northlield, Vermont: Send me
two packages of your Pyramid Pile
Cure. My father, who has had piles
ior i'j years, says your remedy is tbe
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everything. From W. H. Goodman,
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had wonderful relief from the Pvra
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out it. From Ira Shockev, Long,
W. Va. : The P vramid Pile Cure has
cured me. I have been waiting to
see the result before writing and I
can honestly say I am well of the
piles and feel under many obliga
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Fresh letters will appear from all
parts of the United States, all testify
ing to the wonderful effects which
invariably result where this splendid
remedy is used, it is the cheapest.
safest and most effectual piie reraedv
ever placed before the people and if
you are suoject to piles in any form
this remeav win remove them.
It is on sale at all drug stores at
50 cents. Each package also con
tains a treatise on the cause and
cure cf piles, which will interest and
bonelit anyone so afflicted.
or Commissioner of fonth Rock Island
April 1. 1890.
Ttulanee on hnnrl Marrh 1K5 a 733 13
Kwelved 11. s. i"ae. doit tax ' :n m
Keceivtfl n11 tax l.'iH 0u
ueecivea r. 1 munuffioii, county eol-
Received J. W. Stewart. Twelfth street
uonutitm 5 oft
iteeeiveu scraper service ; -t
Kecclved Harry Zsemcr, collections..." Mo 67
1 01.11 f-xjicuuuures on commissioners
iiuiuaee on nanu W't fl
li-mu.iji- uisoKiJiSE. Treasurer.
Wbea Baby was efek, ira caTe har Gascon.
Whaa aha aa a GJM. aba airA far Casurbv
WhsaabobncamoHua, she dung to Castorta.
t aba had Cbfldrvc. aha s tboaa Gssaosaa,
8TAT1 OF ILLINOIS, l
County court of Hock Island county, to the Hny
1 iu. n, ... 1
Charlfs Schri-ibfr administrator of th efitatA rt
Olaf A. Andcrwin. dureateil, vs Lnnl-a Anilcr
m. tHe tr And-ron. t'haHt s Acdrrwn, Kmil
Anlers, lua Srhrpibtr, hriftln W-lc'i, Nels
d. Aeifon ana 4Uiieii Liidiunoo. Ktluoa to acll
ri'Al ataie o pa. drbii.
Afflila.lt of tbe non-roridcRC cf Kmil Anrietmn
and Juliette I.artiiivt m, dfunri .nt aimve named.
Saving been filed in theofllccof tbe clerk erthe
coonty court of K-c laland county, notice is
herehy pvtu to tbe nld Kmil Andrtmn and Jcli
tla Ludinsln that tbe laid plaiatiX, Charles
Btbrieber. adminl.tra'or t f the e.tu ..rilr a
Andcnuo. deewsed, hr i ri his j tition In tho
ssii count rcutt of Kork Irlxsd county fo'ao or
der In Mil the pnrraise belnninra to the etate of
Mia aeeeaMn. r so maci of tt as may be needed
to pay th debts of said deceased, and described
as roiiows. to-ott- ift?ianiiig at tbe nonneat
corner of 1 he south huf ("jl of tbe northeast
quarter ('.) of aection nnmber fire (5) In town
ship numter seventeen ilTi north, ranca number
one tl iweat of tbe fourth t4u3) prinetpal merid
ian; tbei,reajnth oa section line fit iy ( Vl) te-:
for a surtins poift: th-nce we-tone hncdred
and ttrrplytgbt (ltf) feet : thence south flfiy
feet; tnnee east on bnndrcd and twenty-eight
(1 feet: tbecce north Cfty ttO) feet to the
plaea ef berinnmc, nervine a stnp twenty
eteht (! feet videos Uie enst aid 1 for a road ;
all lints to ran pari'lel wllh the Cdrrcspondiae
Btir? the premises known l-d descrihej sa lot
snmeer two S) iu b'oca camber fifteen mm i.
Or land 1 Child addition to in city of afol:ne, aa
designated oa tbe iccoxled plat cf said addition
M'n.te in the roaoty cf Kock Island and slate of
iitinoia, aoo mat a summons bas been ts-ncd out
of said conn arncstynu. h'tnrcahl at me April
term. A. It. I), of riiUmurt 10 be Soldea tbe Mb
dy of April, A. I. 1. at tl.e conn hou.-e in
Ht-nt Island, la Hock Island county. I linrds.
Now, anle you. tbe taxi Kail Andtrwn and
Jaltette l.BdiDtna shall persocatty be and rnear
Orforo the aaid eoan'r ccart of K- island
count r on tn fit dsycf a term there-f. to h bol
den at the court nonae la the city of Kock Inl
and, to said county, on tbo 4th day of May.
A. I)., ins. sod plead, answer or demur to tfe
aid ront'lslrani' petition Sled therein, tbo sane
and the instleas snd talce therein chirred and
s.s'ed will be taken a eonfeascc. snd s decree
oaefod acainst you accotdict to tbe prayer or
Hjatasa Krvf.nt, Clerk
Janrjoa at Hrarr, uorapUmsBt Solicitors.
Xstateof Elizabeth Wirur, deceased.
Al tuadersicned havlne Hm unHiiM adAln.
Istrator ot the estate of Klizibeth Wirtz, late ot
tbo county of Rock Island, ataia of Iilinoia, do
ceased, hereby girea aotios that be will appear
before the county court of Boca Island coon
ty, at tbe office of tbo clerk of esid conn, in
the city of Rock Island, at tbe stay term on tbe
first Monday in May, next, at which time
Sil penons having claims acainst aald sa
ute are notified and requested to attcna (or the
purpose of baring the samo adjusted.
AU persons indebted to said saute are request
ed to make immediata ummt to tha nnder.
Dated this 25th day o? February, A. D. 1.
IIexbt Wibio, Administrator.
Estate of Mary J. Mullican, deceased.
The nndsrslrned bavHur bten appointed admin
tstrator of tne estato of Mary J. atulltean.
late of the county of Roc Island,
state of Illinois, deotsnd, hereby riToa notice
hat be will appear before the ouunty court
of Rock Island countr. at the o'Hca oftheciark
f said ooiirt, in the city of Rock Island, at tbe
may term, on the first Monday in May
next, at which time all persons having claims
Kainstsald estate are notified and r-qneted to
ttciMi, iur ih purpose 01 having tue same aa
All persons Indebted to sstd estate are ro
ques'ed to make imaied'.ate payment w the nn-
Dated this th day of February A, D.. 19B.
Tnoi MrxLioiH, Administrator,
Notice of Final Settlement
Kstate of Thomas B. O'Donnell. Deceased.
Tahlic notice is herehe piven thfitthe nnil
ginned, administrator of the e-Ute cf 1 nomas
u. o ionnel. hn tbi d.iy filed bis final
reDort and settlement a snrh tn th.
ot Kock Uland county, and that an order has
neen entered b.v said court approving the said re
port, unless objtxition tbenta or canse to te
contrary bo suown on or before the fith dy
ui A,rn. a. . ic.m, ana upon tne nuai ap
provl of sanl report, tue said adinlnis'ra'or will
leak for an order of distribution, and will also ak
PS be discharced- All prrsuus interested are no-
uuea to nttena.
Bock Isnd, 111., Starch 10, 1896.
J. R. Johhstok,
Administrator of the estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATIC OF ILLINOIS, I .
ItlM-K IsLAKO OOUSIV, f
Josle McDonald vs. Arthur MOonald, in chan
cery. Affltlarit of non-resldenr of Arthnr VrTtnnald.
the aboe oef.naiuit, having been fled tn tbe
cicra s omce ot tne circuitconrtof eata c -uuty.no'
tiCe itherefn:e hereby inventn thei,a:d nnn roni
dant defendants thut the
of complaint 10 sa d furt, cn chancity side
thereof, on the lvth ray of March, I81IG,
and that thereupon a tnir moLS issued out of 811 1
court, wherein cail suit is now prndine, r. iuru
ahle on the first Wonday in the moi.tii of
May, tbe aamu beiag firs: day of eaid Muy
term next, as ia he l,w rfonirad. Knw.
unless yau. the said non-rtMdi-nt defen 1
ant above named ehall ersonalir b and
appear be .'ore said circuit court, on the first day
of the neat term thereof, to be bolden at
Voek Island in and f . r the eaM county, on the
filth day in May next, ard p'tad, answer
or (.em iir to the said complainant' bill of
"u'i;iin. tne same and tne mt.ters ard things
therein chanre? and .tjkted wilt h lakn t, run.
fessei. and a decree entered against you accord-
s " ' fittjci ui ram hiii.
GEottax W. Gamble, Clerk.
Kork Island, IP., atarr h. 12, ls-IW.
C. J. BkAitLE, Compi liuant's Solicitor.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
itOCK ISUItn C'OUNTT.
In the circuit conrt, Jfay term. lfWi.
James Omslaer vs Ut-nrr Omslao-, Jr.. 8ne A
narciay, onn a omsiaer. Kobert Omsiaer,
Wary ivesmiitii. Mamie Watson, Christine
Gardner. In chancery.
Affidavit of non retldenc" of gne A Barclay,
John M Om-Ia-r, Kobert tlais'acr, Mary Nca
muth, Mamie VTatson. CLrWIne ardntr. ihe
above d"tendn's. hvir h.Kn tied in the
clerk's offloe of tbe circuit conrt of said county,
notice is therefore hereby viven tn the said non
residcut defendants that tha complainaut fl'ed his
bill of complaint in s-iid court, on ttio ch;uicery
side thereof, on the 17th day uf January, Irtvfl, ana
that thereupon a enmmons Issued out of said
court, wherein said en it 1. now pending, returna
ble oa the firt Monday in the month of May,
next, as is by law required. Now, unless you,
the raid non-resident defendants above named,
shall personally be and appear before the said
circuit court on the first flay of the next term
thereof, to be bolden at Kock Island In ard
for the said countv, on tbe fltt kontliy in
May, next, and plead, answer or demur to the
said complainant's bill of ecnjolsini, tho same
Hnd the matter and thlnpa ih.Mt. K
and ttatcu will be taken as confessed, and' a
1 ' naiupi you accorumir 10 me
Vl.JW UI HUI Utll.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Oerk.
Bock Island. 111., March 5, ISft.
8TITHOEOK A MABSHAtt,
STAT OF ILL NOI3, I M
Rock Islaud coonty. (
In the Circuit court lo chancery. May term.
Edirar Humphrc y, execntor of the last will and
testament of Wiilmtn G. Maishall. deceased vs
' rred O. Marshll. Kill sia'rhsli. Lewis D.
Marshall, Alllia Marshall an J Ths bivcrside Mil
ling Co , a corpora;ion-roreelosii-e.
. .t .. ..4 . -.. . t. . . 1 .
aiuu.M, iu.i mi- v ,j 111 iTBLUfflCB Ot J CtTed
O. Marshall and Kilia Mirshail, two of tbe above
umuMu wviviiiiiiiiii', enu wit w a'cenaiaea, bST'
inn h..nlllwl ln..'.riii& .M.. ... . i
-.n v.. vi. -r wuae . l circuii
court of said county, notice is therefore beretx
pirnii tn ih. ..ill .1 ..f n .1 .. .......
plalnant filed hi biil of comniaiut In raid
th day of Mirch. ltUS. and thst th.reupon a sum
moiii flijin njiinr until n .h...i.
is now penainz. renirnable on the firs: SI and' v
. ' - bi. 1- " 1 iw required,
o"! unless yon the said defendants above
w 1 : r . . -1 . ...1. ..
l ,' i .wa-euall,
shall pemmally be and ap;ear before said clrcu't
enirt. r n the. tl n. A.. ... .u.. . . 1
. v. w. uie ueai term tuercor,
lo he bolden at Kick Island in and for the said
county, oa the first Monday in May next, and
plean an-wcr or deinu- to the said complaioam's
lull of complaint, the Mine and the matters and
Ihius t erein c.lured and s'ated wnl be taken
a-c.uf.-s-ed, ao.i a decree ei.tered against von
according to tbe prayer of said bilL
Bock Island, III.. Starch St. IK9Q.
GSOKGE W.GAMBLK. Clerk.
Jko. J. Fo-cn, Corr.pl, inanfa Solicitor
FTATBOF ILUNOIS, i
RoCXlsLAHUCOIIlfTT. ( "
In the Circuit court. May term, lEtW. In chan
cery. Porter Skicner. complainant, r Be'ser Rcy
no ds. John iU Reynolds. Ben Keynolds. Kllsha P
KeynoMa Jr. Lacy M bannon. Amanda o key
o.;ld and E i-ha f fievnoius Jr. executor under
the last will and testament of JtU-ha P Ktv
ArfidsTit of non-residence r.f tk. r
snts. Betsey Renold. John U (eyiioit. Ben
pv.uvu., r.ui-i. i m-i ii., jr, andEli-aP
Keynolds. r. execut-ir nr.der th t..r .in ..j
testament of i.-ha P Hntnrld. sr. impleaded
with tie above named r'efendant'. Lnc M Ch'vn
non and Amanda O Iynolds. havine been Hied
in the clerk's office of the ci-cuit court of said
county, notice is there! ore hereby k yen to the said
non-resioent cefendsnts that the complainant
filed bis bill of comultUnt In said mnn nn ,s.
chancery aide thereof, on tbe xTtb c.y of eb'u
ary. I4. and that thereupon a srrrrmons issued
out of said eonrt. wherein said suit Is now rend
iK, revMimaniei on in nnn cay or the next ay
term there f. to-wit: n the foi.nh ia.f v..
ne- u as ia by law ri qiired. V w, nnlera yoa. the
said oor-resident deferdnt aNovo samen, Bet
sev KeyruM- John 11 Hcynolus. fin sreynotds
Elb-ha P Reynolds. Jr. aod khsba P ReTuolde.'
executor under Uw last will ani tertame&t of
Etrsba P keinolds. t-t, shall treraonaliT he and
appear hefote the said circuit court, on the lirt
day of the neat term thereof, ro bs bolden at
noes is l ana in a-a lormesaia coonty, on the
fourth day in May. next, and nl. a1. answer
or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complain', the same sed the matter and tbinea
tbe-w:n charged and stated will he taken aa con
fessed, and a deer em-red afalnst yon accord
ing to tbe prayer of raid bill.
tsSOBG w. vaxBLX, u:eTB-
Scek Island, Illinois, Feb. 7. 1 .
OsBOKWE a r.TTTOB,
Drsa ft Poora,
Baas A BcFoas,
WANTED A GIRL, AT S SIXTEENTH
WANTED GIRL WANTED AT 1717 SEC
WA NTED TABLE BOARDERS AT 1800
TANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
nousework at 14;f Fourth avenue.
VTANTED HOARDERS IN PRIVATE
v family pleasant rooms. Gas. bathroom,
telephone and line location. Address "E. M.,'"
Aui:ru . ....
TyANTED-SITrATION AS JANTTOR
" r or privat e watchman by competent man
who understands furnaces, etc References
furnished. Inquire at this office.
WANTED SITrATION BY AN EXPER-
ienced. competent, reliable widow
woman as housekeeper in hotel or private fam
ily. Address H. H. II.. AHiiCSofllce.
Ty ANTED-A POSITION AS CLERK IN
' retail store or as salesman in wholesale
house by a youne man 1 vears of ane: pood
habits and can furnish best of references.
"I1TANTED TO BUY FOR CASH. SECOND
S' hand troods if every description. Money
to loan on chattels and all articles of value.
Goods stored und sold on commission. Leave
your order at 16i. Second avenue. J. W.
TANTED-MEN WHO WILL WORK FOR
? ,.- a month salary or lante commission
selliniT st aple ir.KHis bv sample to dealers. Fjc
perience unnecessary. Wriie us. Household
specialty company, 77 W. Fourth street, Cin
AyANTED-HOrSEKEEPERS TO KNOW
tha; Crystal marble enameled preserv
inn kettle: also Acme cake beater arid Red
Star silver polish, is sold bv airents permanent
ly located at sis Twenty-fourth street. An
H-quart kettle. includiu straiucr. patent cover,
price f 1..V).
"TANTED-SCIIOLARS TO LEARN THE
" French Kellotrir system at 1311 Second
avenue. The complete system embraces the
model, complete instruct ions in cut Unit, flttini;.
French busting and bonintf for onlv ilH Usual
price for system complete, 63. ' Mrs. M. E.
Ay A NTED GOOD RMJABIJ? HELP OF
nil kinds who can furnish references to
use The Arucs want column. Calls ure re
ceived at this office daily for domestics, etc..
who can come well recommended. Try this
column for a-situation and if you are reliable
you will tret one.
FOR RFNT NICE FLAT OF THREE
rooms in Industrial Home. Steam heat
and gas stove. Apply to T. H. Thomas.
"COR RENT ONE FRONT ROOM. ELEC--a
trie likrbt. heat: for two youni; men: one
block from Second avenue on Nineteenth
street. Call at Y. M. C. A. office for key.
"plOU RENT ON MAY I AN EIGHTT-HOOM
house with ail modern improvements, hoi
water hrtitinir, 7ii Seventeenth street. In
quire of Meyer Koscntleld. Wis SevenliMivenue.
"pOR RKNT-THE FLATS IN KOESTER
1 building on Moline avenue will lie partly
HnLshed by AprU 1. opposite C. It I. & P. depot.
For particulars call on O. A. Kocster, 10
Maiun street. Telephone 107, Davenport.
TjlOR SALE NEW R-ROOM HOUSE, K08
- fuvm aTcuue. Appiy on premises.
IjlOR SALE-A FOUR AND A .VROOM COT
taire at. the old fair n rounds will be wild
on easy monthly payments. W. O. Mauckcr.
FOR SALE ON EASY TERMS. TWO ONE-half-acre
lots on Webb street. South
Rock Island, by George F. Koih. Masonic Tem
f ETTr.KS AT THE AK'IUS OFFICE FOR
li K H., F. M. A., P. W. and G.
HARRY R IRVIN. DEALER IN NEW AND
second-hand poods: also roods handled
on commission. Cash paid for all saleable fur
niture. Hefore bnyinir, pive me a call 1511
Second aveuue, Rock Island.
UI1AA TO ANY MAN OR WOMAN WE
PIVrv cannot teach to draw a cravon
portrait by our patent method in three lessons.
We pay our pupils fill to tlx per week to work
for us at home, eveninsrs or spare time. Send
for work and particulars. Hermann & Sey
mour, 313 South Sixth street, Philadelphia. Pa-
1 PHRENOLOGICAL SCIENCE OF THE
hand Mme. Franks, the scienlitlc palmist
and thorough ifraduate in the science of chir
omancy. Mme. Franks, all houch a palmist; is
not a fortune teller. She thorotnrhlv under
stands the hand, the lines with all iheir twists
and turns, the texture of the skiu and also the
shupe and si7.e. which is a necessity to reveal
the character, the temperament und the abili
ties. Therefore she can reveal to those who
call upon her, from a scientific standpoint,
whether they ure best suited to mental or
manual lalsir and in hat occupation they will
l-e the most successful; also their proper mate
in life. Mme. Franks has practiced in Isilh
Europe and America, and is considered a verv
suceessful und interestim? lecturer and reader
of palmistry. She is assisted bv the world's
renowned palmist. Prof. Franks from the Isl
and of Cyprus, who will exhibit to the public
various paint inns nnd sketches of hands of
different people nnd professions. Ihibiic in-
wieu. i-a:-iors isiu 'iunti avenue.
T"ItOF. H. LA Mil. THE WORLD-RENOWNED
clairvoyant auu trance medium, is here
for a short time only. Lovers united, troubles
healed, causes speedy and happy niarriuire
with the one of your choice-1 lua Second avc
nuc. Hours 9 a. m. to l p. m.
MADAM DESARMEAUX. THE WORLDS
most famous tuciliniu. Comfons the
sorrow in;.', heals the afllioted. settles all do
mestic, business and love troubles. Restores
lost anVetitm and causes speedy and happy
marriages no failure. Hours a, m to 0 p. m..
daily and Sundays. Parlors at I -" i5 Fourth
avenue; for a short lime only. Call nt once.
218 and tlS West Second Street,
High Class Seeds
Of all kinds nnitable for the
moat critical market Gar
deners and Truckers-
CLOVER AND GRASS SEEDS OF
Garden Tools, Seed Drills.
Cultivators. We carrj a
complete stock ot the cele
brated 'PLAZTET, JR.," TOOLS.
Send for Catalogue.
Wholesale and Retail.
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 fl, aale price 37 J c.
Albion Edition, elegant cloth,
gilt top, stand works li c.
The Famous Allison'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 fc CO.
1723 Second Avenue.
fHE SCHOM ACKER
Electro-Gold String Pianos
Have attained their celebrity solely on account of Merit. Wherever
publicly exhibited in competition they have invariably received
THE HIGHEST AWAKlt
A t the International Exhibition at Crystal Palace, N. Y., in 1853,
over 100 pianos on exhibition First Prize to the Schomackcr Piano.
At the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia in 1815, 1858, and again
At the American institute in New York in 1858.
At the Maryland Institute in Baltimore in 1848.
At the International Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876.
The Sciiomacker Pianos received the Highest Awards
SOLD COHTINCOCSLY FOR 28 VEARS AT '
Wallace's Music Store SSSSAm
A $100 Bicycle Given A way
We will give a S'.OO GriswoM Uicycle to the person romiiosln the best article to be
nsed as au advertisement fur the wh-el. Tn the ten porus who compose the second
best article we will issue a coupon, which will entitle them to a discount of 10 per cent
from the cash price of sny article bought of us diirini; the year Iwu. To the ten persons
composing the third best article we will give a "Sew Departure Uell."
All persons entering must live in Knck Island county, and must enrae to our store
to examine the wheel, when they will he furnished with full instruction blanks, etc No
person will be allowed to enter more than one aitirle. Coniioition will Im limited to 140
words. AH articles must he at our oflire by Saturday. April 5. Merit to be decided by
a committee composed of II. 1. SiMi-so.v, W. 1. (jt'AVLE and F. W. lilNCK. Awards will
be made according to their decision.
Al. O. Grlswold Co., 1510 Second Ave.
New Silk and Velvet Capes for Easter 4-25. 6, 6 60. 10 and 12 50
New Cioth Capes for Easter 1-25, 1.76, 2.60. 4 00 and 6 00
New Silk Waists for Easier 3 25.4 60 6.00. 7 60 and 1125
New Separata Skirts for Easter 1-98, 2-50, 3 48,4 7-50opto 16-60
New Laundriel Waists for Easter 60o, 69, 78. $1, 1 25 up to 2 25 .
Nsw Children's Jackets for Easter 1 68. 198, 2 60 a&d 3-60
BEE O HIVE
ii4 West Second street
A Fancy Hat Pin Given Away
that cannot be beaten and
At i ic We have decided to
place within the reach ot 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 eloth,
During this sale we will make
special prices on sets: Dickens,
Dumas, Eliot, Macaular, Lytton,
Ruskin and others.
Make your selection before
the stock is broken.
Millinery for Easter!
The preaU-st variety of lieautiful millinery ever
fathered under one roof will be found in .ur ktmU
Kastkr SAi.r. No matter what pri you wih tn
Iy. from 81.50 lo I5, we will sIkiw you more st les
and better values than you can find anywhere.
For Easter, of course, you expect to obwe the
tune honored custom or wearini; roinethhiif new on
Karter Sunday. Whnt shall it lie? A Cat-? A
J.n-ket? A Silk Waist? A Separate M.irt with
nobby I-aundried waist? If you are familiar with
our Cloak Ifc'imitrunit, we need not say notliiriir of
its comprehensive recourses. You probably know
that we undertake to fcive you the newest and lt
nf everything at its price to be had anj where. We
man exactly wbat we say.
- - - DAVENPORT
with every Trimmed Hat this week.'