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THB AKGU0, SATURDAY, APKIIi"25 1GS8.
I There are many
And many wise ones wives, daughters, aunts, cousins,
nieces of yours. You will be surprised how many
of these women are using the
Make inquiries and if you find one of these users who
wants to chancre, write us a letter. If you find every
U5cr of the .Majestic willing to recommend the Range,
will it nU prove to vnu that you should have one.
If you are thinking of, buying
a Cook Stove, before, buying
make this investigation.
H SXQXOH tc SOX, Aeents.
151S Second Avenue, ... ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
IfUU Of Jacob WUlttte, deceased.
TV sjndsratgnad baring been. a;rjorntd eiecq.
IrllO th laet Will UdtmlBiMfltuliKOllWlilBM
l" M tUe CMair f Knrk lelaad. state
f rileols. dWHtnl. kereby gtva. ant c that si
will appear before the roentyrnarl of Hack Mend
cntipir, at IhennVeof to rlerh of Id roan, te
h fiy of Itnrfc Island, at Ihe Jan tena,ee
h Sret Monday In Jen it. m which II m
HI pecane kHi( elalm. avalaet Paid estate arc
milled sad rwptepled lo ettoad, for lb purpose
if havtae the same elllnt-l.
A II peraoas ledeMed ta laid tat ar rerjac-
d In Baa Immcdi payment la Ux aoder
igaed. Deled tale Id day of April. A. D in.
Aaaa Wiu.au. Executrix.
Notice, of Flaal Settlement
IrtlU of Pat-tea: Biennan, deceased.
Pa ; e aocir I hereby glvra that Via ncder.
slga.l. Tboma B lti1jr edminlPtretar. baa una
ay died hLtae1 rri and Mitlnrnt aasnch
In is. aunty cmrt of hock laland onnty, and
i hut an oni. r baa lea en'crcd by aaid cos-t ap
proving ih raid report, ur le.a objections thi-io.
to or raus ti ths rontrarf a ahowa oa or before
I opening f court on In S'.ta day of Apill, A.
1 , laua, and opera tka Snal approval of ald re
port lt aaid Tbomae B. Friuy. administrati
wl.l aek lor an order of dtatrlbutiun, and will
In Mlitil n lw discharged. All persons Infer
tared ar amlded to etlehi.
11. a lalaid. I1L. Apill 4. 18M.
T. t). RrtDT.
Adralaiatratcrcf lbs estate of Patrick ttrennan,
TAT OF IU.INOW.I
Km a lnD Coctt, I
McDonald a. Artbnr McDoaaJ.l, In chaa
cr. A Kl'lavlt of non-Tor il-m-a of rtimr VrDonaM.
Ilia nhovM a.'rrotan1. hnvlnr lean (1nl In ihe
r Irrk'n fllr of tl rirrnitrartor paMC'iunty.m -l.r
llhrrrfmfi l.fb Kivrnto theaaitl Don rmt
ti. nt di'Trndantfl tbnt thcomilaiiunt d!U ner 1111
of rnmpLaint in t:i!d ranrt.nn thr chntirrry ridr
rrrof. on tha lh rtar of, M.irrti, IKal,
nnd tliat lb rruior a pammona lncd out of J l
rrtrt, wonln tfid pnri t now pandioir. ivinrn
niii on Hit firi Mundnf fn Ihe month of
May, tka eanrn bclp; n. dsr of raid May
t.rm nrt, mm la y law minlred. Now,
nnlcaa jraa. thr raid non-rati-lrnt difurj
ant altma named ahall firrannalir h rnd
aporar before aald rlmnl ouirt. "Ifilip firt diy
( the nr it trrra tlvnrof, to be boldrn at
hk plind In and for tha raid eonn'v, on Iba
ffta day 'a May n.ir, atnl pnr'l, an-atr
or demur to tha .ild romplalnanl bill of
riaip'atnt. tha aame ad tha aitteni aad thlngti
thrrrin charKait ard ttala-l will be taken aa con
f'atail. and a drcrj-et-nturt'd aalbstyoa accord
ing loth ra)rof paul bill.
. Gkorui W. OaaBLB, Clork.
Mock Itland, tlln March, I A, Lisa.
C. J. Bu ail, CompulnaLfr Bolleltor.
' Publication Notice.
TAT1 OF II.MNOH, i
Kiicb I'UXD CoraTT, f
In Hi eiMiniy court at tha Jan term. A. P.,
Chare It raudenhara: Mry A fiiit. wid
ow. Jranle lH-o. Jacob W (rllu Malildt i'ml
rp, Hrk Adam, CaiTia ttiti.Jnhn K (Hit.
f ora lli. Ida Rl. Wlilian liltt and fitmrvr m
Witiln. adminlattatnr of antat olR lratuih
Hrattkr. drraataV. relltloa lo tell r alert: e
To the aimr-naajed drfrndanle. Mttllr'a PM1.
I.p nm immm, 1'aWln liltt and Wnl am tilft:
AITIItivit of the nm-rrlt!enra of oa. alnil'ila
I'kiinux, CaWIn tint and William JCt. and n.llda
lt that yoa, munb Adama. cannot be fmnd. o
that pMH-eaa ran We rrrdpna yon. and that
nin dl lirral Innnl'y year pltre of rr t'rn'e
rnr.-I He n-e ri ained aatle la kerb pi Tea to
yull and rarh of yonjthat ll.e abut tamrd pell
ilaer ha. i'rd In tha a;4 rtiur. h! re
lttlm aralnel 1.1 fw leav to eall real ratal art
par ilr liia; that a anmaxaa aa uvea lap a ed In
paid eai raa-nat yoa, retarnahie In lb Jane
rim. A. IV, ti. cl raid enft to n reinn and
hollen at the rann bona la Iheclwof Korh l-l-and.
tn a. Ml enanty of Knrk Irt.nd. a the dr-t
M.imlayif June. A l , at which t Ira and
p aee - r will appear and plea-, anawrr or de
kiir to ra d rtllM if yon ee fit
I ated at kiak la acdjll. thle ttk fay of April,
A. P.. l-aut Diai.waa Koaiia.
nrknf aai l Conntr Coirt
awtiaar AWnaaa. bollcluira fur fetlUoar.
T.vri or li.moia, i
Rovb la-Laa-BCosa-ty , J".
fminty eotirt of Kork la'.aad ( onnty, totb May
le--, A. D. 1W . 7
rbirlpaarhreiheratlminietratoroftb ut of
ttlaf A. A.le-m. d. retard, T Loalaa Andee.
am. a--tr Aadrraon. t'tiarle d-roa. Kmll
At"U-aim. Iita hroih,r, hri.tloa W ,ien, N,
J . He hie. arxl Jaliette Ludinatoa, D UU to Mil
real rata) en par det.ta.
AWdarlt of the aoa rephlenraor r.n'l nderana
a4d Jnl'ett l..il;rlt -tun- f. n...p Mltl nanv-d.
baaifitt bee lel in Ike ettlee of the clerk of the
c.tanty eoiin of hWa laland conntr. notice 4a
hereby r to the aitd (mil An.T-. and JbIi
tt Lndlntto that br eai.l pia.rtlS. t'harie
.rhrlener, ailailnKtrator f the e.taie of o af a.
Anderaem. aVraaand. baa ld h'a ix-ttioa lath
atl.t remote mart of Hrrk IpuukI ran f-iranor
er v eell ta preatiaea nelonrtra to the aetata of
Mid dre-on d. or a mnrk of it aa an be needed
to pay thadebUetfalddeeead. and Oarnhtd
aa followe. lo-wif lieirieinc at it nnitneaM
eoraeTorik aoath baif IS I of tb aorihe-aat
nartrit aeetnia B"niher fir 111 In lowta
kipaniatarrarTrnteea itTtn-ir.b. rah ire namo-t
n (li werdof Ik f-aarUl itlkl ti-"-iral ntertd
ln; bt.c-aui oa erctiua line f l ,vi) re
t.r a aunlntr pulm; ta Wr.toae h it,,: red
anil tar air elrtt 1W fee ; theac ronth tlf'r iNi
(eel; la n raet ana kandnd and twraiyU'ht
il feet; tbrmr aortb (fty tiii 1r to ika
Viae, rf aiiavaa. naemaa a atnp tweaiy
' u'M iji) Inl wld oa tbeeaet aids for a road;
ill liea to raa parallel wita to CAWraatiuaatag
.-'! m line.
av .r ir tne preailar known and aVrrltad a lot
M.niar two 1 1 1 n bloc a aamber cltrra I1M lr
'"iu (i.am'd.iM lolbe city of M'litie. aa
a fnetrd oa lb iccoded plat rf aaid ad '.itnm
pt-nta In tne eoanly of Ptecfc iplaitd and atate of
lihno'p. nad ibat a asmraon ha beea laiid on I
I . J vu )rt nau.ai jm. rltnl: a: tb April
Irrnt. A. l. Ism, of aald court u b Hold, lb ca
lar of April, A. I. Inn, at ta matt boajea at
' l-;ed. la p"ork lalaadcawnty. Mioot.
No, ai. e-ae yma. the kmil Anderai-b and
Ja ieu. I ...injtoaphallpera.-na rr be and apnea
l-afne the ., nvont e.rnrt of rtrt-w laHnd
c'in' lite ..t ri tyof a trtatarof.ia b-bow
.!ee o,'lie c ..i.et bouo iBiLeci yof it-Kk .l
ui.l In a.-.i.i c..n'e. on tr 4b day of May.
A. iet. ar p;,, anewer or demur lo the
and romp. Hi act a ;t;t n l ed tbema.tb ram
and the t;:anera ind ihi.r. ik.mm rhiroj ii
ata-ed ai.l he tkea aa eoBfeeaaV. and a set re
lad oh t M" aeeoidiaf loth prajrwoj
fcck U:cd. Marck .
, lljAkaae Koblx. CVcrkr
JaXkaoa A Hrtarr, Cwattdalaaat-a acUdloca.
a. a. ooantxt. a. D. cuerau.v.
Cobnelly At Connelly,
Attorney! at Law.
BV aaoocd loar. cee Mitchell A Lyndai
aak. etna? u loan.
Jackson Ac Hurst,
" Attorney at Law.
0tr In Konk Island National Bank building,
a. d. mniT. e. a. waLaaa
Sweeney 5t Walker,
ttorneya and Councellors at Law
CB?e 'n BereaVm" Ulnck.
Charls J. Seatl-i,
AttorLcj at Law.
lotral hurli)-i,a of all tatm aromptly attend
Bta. iurrty g( Hock lalaad cooaty
. McEuiry Ac McEnlry,
Attorney at Law. .
Lo. aoaoy oa racid pacxtrtty; raaaa eollac
ma. n f ronoa. atlichail LTfacla. baiikart
Wo. PotnH- Blnok.
Dracn &t Kerns,
Archltrjott and Soporintendeita.
Room SI, Mitchell A Lyode baildlnc. Second
Gfo. p. Btaadtih&r,
Plan and aaparinuiidace for all cIom o
i.uIH Hood Uuda, BUacbaU Jl Lynd-bandins-
Dr John E Hawthorne,
! DENTIST. DENTIST.
Haw Dcmtal Parlon, over Barta A VUemeyet
Omf atore, TUrd arena and Twentieth ttreet.
Tb lateat appotntaMCU for (killed clentalwork
Henry Oaetje, Prop.,
Cut Flowers and Designa ot all
CTty atore, lanr Scoond aTacna. Tekpbcm 1810
- Dr. W. H Lndewlg.
Speelallat of Eyo, Ear, Noee
Oflle la Treaiaiin' new tmlldlnaT. cotdot Be
entv.entk traet and Tklrd aaaane. Book laland
Dr. Chaa. M. Robertson,
Eje, Ear, None and Throat Only.
Ofarav Wklttak Block, actbwt eoraat
'Mrd Brady atraela, Da-raLport, Iowa
gauan HatcAM. Boarei t WUa.av.ltatp.Bl
The ntnlw- aa.fp. amr and
reliable Female Pill erer
ofTered to Ladies, Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. A&k for
and take no other. -Sr-so tob ctbcixak.
lrie 81.00 per box, boxes for $5.00.
DR. MCTTS CHUICAL CO, Cetiattat, Ota
eld by T. H. Tkvaa. dnurciat.
Geseril tad Nervoas Debility, t
Weanewa of Bodr Bad
Mind. KtTecta of Krron
rr Kicnm io Old r
loorta". Hobuirt, Nobio
Maiiiiood fully Keetorud.
liner t, 1 1 ...I
r-treTttnhen Weak. l"n-devt-auped
Kody. Ahaolnlely tra
1 aiiini Fnme Treatment.
i .i.J.. " u,s a a oay.
"",i"ie at.d rorvirn
t'oBBtriea. tSeod for rvarriptire Bonk, es
planalatn and proofa. maiil taealodi free.
ERIE liEOICAL CO., Buffalo, N. Y.
WAS IT THE GOOD BEAR?
Continued from Second Pare- -
turn s aim to be mean. We'll jest c
holler together for folks fb come and
The bear seemed of his opinion, for
ho let out a prodigious howL Clande
screamed hts loadest. while Baby Sis
ter yelled like a steam "whistle in her
renewed terror. " ' . ,
The trees and the distant hills echoed
the sonnds. The forest was fall of wail
ing reverberations. Again and again,
until his small tired throat ached.
Clande shouted. Baby Sinter cried until
she could cry no more. Then she sobbed.
Bad not Clande held her she would
bare tnmbled out of the tree from sheer
exhaustion. . ' ,
Bis thin arms burned with the strain.
He knew Baby Sister never could be
persuaded to walk past the bear, of
which be now felt no fear, and it was
impossible to carry her. It did not enter
the loyal little heart to escape without
her. There was nothing to do bnt to
keep calling for help. His voice grew
faint, and the tears of mingled weari
ness and pain were streaming down his
cheeks, but ha called again: "Maw.
maw I Oh, maw, do come and holp
Mist' Good Bear and me I"
But no one came. Did no one come?
Hark! Away to the left rang the Arkan
sas pig call : "Whoop oe ce I Whoop
"Here me!. Here me!" shrieked
But his shriek was not much kinder
thnu a whisper when young Mr. Crosby
galloped furiously through the brush.
Yoa can imagine that gentleman's
amazement at the sight, the babes in
the wood ftt one end of the log, the bear
at the other. He was not the man,
however, to lose his head. He uttered a
loud exclamation, but even as he opened
his mouth for it, the lafso at his Saddle
bow whizzed through the air and cir
cled above Mr. Good Bear's neck. It
settled. It tightened. "Oh, please don't
hurt him 1" pleaded Claude. "It's the
good bear. "
Well, whether it was in very truth
the good bear or whether his meal at
Farmer Norman's had made hint amia
ble, or whether. Anally, he was cowed
by his slimy prison, certain it is he was
as decile as possible.
Colonel Orniond rode close behind
M. Crosby. Ho rolled another log up
for the bear, and tbo bear clambered on
it, after a deal of struggling and pull
ing. Safe on the shore he put his head
down aiiU followed the horses like a
dog. When they took the bear away
not before, you may be sure, tho same
kindly log had bridged the mud for the
bear's follow prisoners Claude called
trat warmly : "Thank you. Mist' Good
Bear. I wish yon well, sir."
Later in the day he told Mr. Crosby
and Colonel Orniond the whole story",
while Mr. Crosby told Claude how they
lia1 safely returned Mr. Good Bear to
his circus home. "
"Did ha ben lost?" inquired Clande.
with deep sympathy. "Pore Mist' Good
"Yes." Mr. Crosby answered, "he
was lost, and the circus people felt so
bad that they offered a reward of $50
for his capture . unhurt. Aud Colonel
Orniond and I" here he took a bank
note out of his purse and turned to Mrs.
Wild who had been all this while in a
state of extraordinary agitation, at one
moment sobbing over the children's
peril, at another hugging Jhem into a
smothered bunch together because they
had been so good "Colonel Orniond
and I, madam, are convinced that your
boy caught the bear really, and should
have the reward. Because if he had not
kept the brute in tho mud, ho was mak
ing for the river, which most probably
he would have swum, and there is uo
knowing where he would have stopped
or how many people he ' would have
killed. ' So hero is the money and our
congratulations on ycwrave-"little
jon." -Jiwao j '
It was of no use for Mrs. Wild to pro
test Tliey were determined, and at last
the yielded with tears of gratitude. But
3no thing the mother could not holp
laying "Evangeline done well, too,"
iho replied to Colonel Ormond's praises
"Me good now !" Baby Sister agreed,
Claude aiso had his own littlo com
ment: "Say. Mist Crosby," he inter
posed eagerly at the first pause, "the
bear ho wouldn't have hurted nary. He
ben the good bearl"
Who knows? Perhaps he was. In any
event, Claude has no doubts. He is busy
at present collecting a store of walnuts
and pecans against the next coming of
the circus, when he hopes to see his
friend and prefect his gifts.
" 'Cause I love Mist' Good Boar!'
A Valuable Preaertptloo.
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing
ton, Ind., Son, writes: "Ton have a
valuable prescription in Electric
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom.
mend it for constipation and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonic it has no equal." Mrs. Annie
Stehle, 2625 Cottage Grove avenue.
Chicago, was all ran down, could
not eat nor digest food, bad a back
ache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, bat six bottles of
r.lcctric Bitters restored ner health
and renewed her strength. Price 50
cents and f 1. bet s- bottle at Hartz
dt Ullemeycrs drae store.
Foley ' Sarsaparilla combines the
most searching remedies scientific
ally prepared to extract their utmost
value. U yon need a spring blood
purifier, be sure and take Foley's
Sarsaparilla. jriai size, d(J cents.
tor sale at M. F. Bahnsen's drug
Child rem Cry for
OF, COUNT Yv CONCERN.
Official rraceedlwt. wf tbe Board as Saner.
" FIBST DAT. t "
' Apiil 22. Pursuant to a call of one
third of tbe members the Board of
Supervisors in and for the county of
Rock I&lacd and atateof Illinois, con
vened in special session on Wednta
dav, tbe 2-4 day ot April. A. D.,
Ie96. Oa "motion ot Sapcrvisor
Swank Supervisor Ford was chosen
to act as temporary dhairman.
'Supervisor Johnson moved that
three members of the Board be ap
pointed by the chair as a Committee
on Credentials. Carried. As . such
committee the chair appointed Su
pervisors Sinnet, Wilson and Vinton.
The Committee on Credentials snb
mittcd the' following report which
upon motion was received and
' Your. Committee on Credentials
woo Id submit the following report:
We have examined the credentials oi
the following named persons and
Sad them to be entitled to member
ship of the Board ot Supervisora for
the term of two years:
Coe Samuel I). VYoOdbnrn.
Canoe CreekByron Kendall. .
Port Byron S. J. Maxwell.
Moline Frank A. Johnson, Benry
South Moiine John H. Thornton'.
Itock Island W. P. Qaayle. Wil
liam Binck, Henry Kinner.
Black Hawk Joseph Fitzpatrick.
Bowling James W. Betty.
Andalusia James K. Britton.
Buffalo Prairie James B.. Titter,
iogton. . ,
. The clerk now proceeded to call the
roll, all tho members being present
and answering tc their names.
Supervisor Qosyle moved that the
Board now proceed to elect a perma
nent chairman. Carried. Supervi
aor (jaayle placed in nomination
Supervisor Carey of Hampton. Su
pervisor Swank moved . that the
election be by acclamation. Carried
Whereupon Sapcrvisor Carer received
the unanimous vote of the B jard and
was duly declared elected chairman
of the Board.-
Supervisors Johnson and Rinck
were appointed a committee to escort
Sqpervisor Carey to the chair.
Supervisor Ford moved that the
rales' governing the Board for tie
past year be adopted for the ensuing
year except rule 18. which shall be
amended so as to include a Building
Committee consisting of seven mem
bers of which the Chairman of the
Board shall be ex-officio a member.
Supervisor Vinton moved as an
amendment that that part ot rale No.
20 relating to poor bills be amended
to read as follows: ..
"That all bills against the county
shall be in the hands ot the Super
visor or Overseer of the Poor author
izing said bill at least one day before
the meeting of each session and that
said billa shall be filed with, the
County Clerk by said Supervisor or
Overseer of the Poor before the
closing hoar ot the first day of each
session, except of the December,
March and July meetings when said
bills shall be filed with the County
Clerk before 10 o'clock A. m. of the
day preceeding such meetings, and
that the Committee on Poor Claims
shall meet on the day preceeding
such meetings and shall proceed to
audit aaid bills and all orders shall
accompany said bills." Amendment
Whereupon a vote was taken on the
original motion, sb amended which
Supervisor Rinck moved that the
bill of fare governing the Overseer ot
Poor in the county for the previous
year be adopted for the ensuing year.
Carried. - ,
Supervisor Ford moved that the
chair, appoint a committee ot three
members to. receive bids for tbe pub
lication of the proceedings of the
Board for tbe ensuing year, 6aid
committee to report at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning. Carried. As such
committee the chair appoictod Su
pervisors Johnson, Quayle and Fitz
patrick. The following petition from J. T.
Hall was read by tbe clerk:
Yonr petitioner. James T.. Hall, re
spectfully represents to your honor
able bpdy that at the last meeting of
the board he was granted a license to
operate a ferry at andTopposite Cleve
land in Henry county, but failed to
obtain a license in Henry county by
reason of one having been already
granted to another party, and the
existing conditions are that I have a
license on this side of tbe -river and
another party on tbe other side which
causes complications to sri&e which
are difficult of solution. Your peti
tioner therefore in tbe interests of
the public, asks your honorable body
to revoke his license, which he here
with submits, and return to him his
license fee ot 5 which he has paid
and his bond. (Signed) J. T. Ball.
Upon motion of Supervisor Johnson
the prayer ot the petition was granted
and the Clerk instructed to issue an
order in favor of J. '. Hall for 5.
, Upon motion tha board adjourned
antil tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
; skcosd tar.
April 23. Board met pursuant to
adjournment. . AU members present.
Supervisor Carey, chairman. prrsid
ing. Minutes of yesterday's meeting
were read and approved.
The Chair announced the following
standing committees' for the ensuing
year, which, opon motion were ap
proved by the Board:
Finance Schbonmaker, Rinck,
George, Vinton, Maxwell.
Town and Town Accounts Oberg,
, Equalization Ford, Kinner, Fitz
Patrick, Titterlngton, Swank.
Miscellaneous Claims George,
CoBty Infirmary Lies, Swank,
Britton. . " .i ..
. Foorase, Gripp, Ge3rge, Titter
Bonds and Bridges Filzpitrlck,
Abatements Qasy'e. -Powell)
Schoonmaker, Ford, Betty. '
Ways and- Means Betty. Kinner,
. Jail and Jail Accounts Kinner.
'. Fees and Salaries Vinton,- Max
welL Lees, Pierce, Einck- -
Pnblic Expenditures Binck, Wil
1 . Judiciary Cawy, Johnson, Q :aj le.
Prevention ot Cruelty to Animals
Vinton. Case, Sinnet, Kendall,
Powell. " -
Bnilding John sor.Brl Jon, Quayle,
Maxwell, Sinnet, Pierce, Wilson, and
Carey ex-cflicio. ' -
Petitions for abatements wete
read and upon motion referred to the
Committee on Abatements.
.Supervisor Swank moved that tie
petition of John Coulson for license
to operate a ferry on Rpck river op
pesite Cleveland bo taken from the
table and referred to the Committee
on Roads and BridgeF. Carried. -
The Sheriff submitted the following
report which opon motion ot Super
visor Oberg was received and ordered
placed od file:
Thft nnttorairrnoA wcinl.1 rAanonllull
v - . "r
suormt me following report on tht
investigation of the Baetian farm
under his enpervison. Commenced
Work on April 1, about 8 A. H. and in
a short time discoveied the remains
of a man under a aail pile in the hog
yard, which, in the afternoon follow
ing, at the Coroner's inqnest were
iden tided as the remains of John
Louderback, who had been . mUsing
since Feb. 20, 1805. '
On April 3 about 60 feet south 6!
where the body as found, severs!
feet under ground, was - found two
watches, one gold " and tbe other
silver, the iron of an old German re
volver, a blade of a razor and some
portions of clothing, which bore
indications of being burned, or
paitially bo. In nearly the same
plice several bones were found,
wli6h were pronounced by Dr.
liuyett of Milan, aa being portions of
the bones of human foot, hip and
skull There was also found the in n
straps of a trunk or box, such as ia
brought here by people coming from
Germany. They also bore indica
tions ot having been through a verv
On account ot bad weather disaon
tinued work on the 10th.
On April . 13 took three men and
finished np the investigation or the
old well, which we found afttr much
difficulty, but found nothing there
except an iron handle ot a trunk cr
During he investigation search
was not only made about the hou-e
and barn, but also all auspicious
places on different portions of . ti e
fsrm; and although there are several
persons, who are said . to be still
missing, from present indication. I
think that it will be hardly possib e
to find them, as I am satisfied that
from the indicaticn of the watches,
revolver and portions of clothing,
which were found buried from two to
four feet under ground, having bf en
burned or partially so. I think that
probably some of the remains were
destroyed in that way. (Signed) F.
C. Hemenway, Sheriff.
Upon motion all billa were refern d
to the proper commit te3s without
The special committee on recelvii g
bids for the publication of the pro
ceedings ot the Board for tho ensuing
year submitted the following reptrt
which upon motion was received.
We, your committee on printicg
would respectfully submit the fol
Republican-Journal of Moiine, 111.
Daily only, $70; daily and weekly,
S85 per year.
Daily" Mail, Moiine, 111. Daily
only, 175 per year.
Dailt Union, Rock Island, .11.
Dally and Weekly $126 per year.
Moiine Dispatch Daily and Week
Rock Island Argus Daily and
Supervisor Kinner moved that the
bid of the Rock Island ' Argua be ac
cepted. Supervisor Rinck moved as
an amendment that ihe bid of tho
Ruck Island Union be accepted. , i
Supervisor Schoonmacker moved as
a substitute that the bids of the
Rock Uland Argus and the Moiine
Republican-Journal be accepted. .
At the request of Supervisors Oberg,
Rinck and Thornton the matter waa
laid over until tomorrow morning al
9 o'clock. , -
Supervisor Siunet o.Tored the fol
lowing icsolulion . aud moved its
Resolved, That the County Clerk
be and he is hereby authorised to
commence with tha orders allowed by
the Board at the prcteat April term,
issuing a fifth series of county orders
beginning with No. 1. Resolution
. Upon motion the Board adjiurned
until tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock.
Ilaeel'oa Had tha VrlpT
If yon have, yoa probablv need a
reliable medicine like Foley's Honey
and Tar to heal yonr lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
disease. For sale at 1L F. Bahnsea's
Wwaa aw was a Ootid, awe cried teOaaWtaV
Ware aki li iiwi BTiam, eke elaaaj as OaaaBrta,
Has proved in thousands of cases and for many years to be the
peerless remedy for this dreaded disease. It relieves promptly
and works a permanent cure.
For sale everywhere. Price, $1.00 per Bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. McLEAN MEDICINE CO., - St. Louis, Mo.
TPVISEASES OF EYE. EAR. NOSE. THROAT, LUNGS.
- STOMACH, SKIN AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
CURED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
' Rooms 36 and 37, McManus Building, corner
Second and Main streets, Davenport, Iowa.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. m. Evenings, Wednesdays
and Saturdays, 7 to 8
JOHN If. PaVBIDOM.
PARIDOUT 2 SSOXff
Painters and Decorators
Pairsa nAKaxas, cj.sp-yirraiis. .to.
SHOP. 419 Bevtmtessth St; ECCZ ILL.
and all ab:nt
PRING 1800. p
Our spring fashion
book and catalogue j
3 is now ready waiting
3 for you to call for it.
- Tells you all about
the newest wrinkles in
Es Men's and Boy's Cloth-
in?, Eats, Shoes and
3 Furnishing Goods. 112
pages beautifully illus- j
3 trated; will tell you al- H
3 so about the Hub Bicy-
3 cle the wheel that's S
S only $65 but equal to
any $100 Bike in the H
world. Mailed FREE :
3 ask for it fj
I THE HUB. I
I Uvrest ctth buyers g
E . CHICACO, ILL.
THE ABOVE RESULT
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WahShtinaT Hiwawaaauaa erul all anuria at aaa.ff.aar.naxn raw
cxoeM and iiidi-irrtHioD. Heuvr ly-u Vitality.
Fow-r an FalUnc; Met amy. U ailt sjfT Inna-.i'T
Wld C(muriitIori. Cures wlarn all'itbs-rw fail. Ii.ruat
on having VITAM. notl.-r. On e carriewl lu
thr ysr porks.. Ur dibII $t.H pr par kAirtnr m
.. -E. AA lab. . . . . M - -
thaw Mone'T. t irrulax Fix- Adflr"
CALUMET MEDICINE C0-, CHICAGO, ILL
or aale by MarahaQ A Tiaher and Barta A
Ulieavtyer. df uuriata.
r"a Chi, h !. eawtteb Irlinaea
fir b nvnura
rv. ajinal I aa wale aaaataa A
bracelet ar Cki'aour. AwiWI iC
Ct"7v Jftuan -m-t el-k k. rlM-a. Tab f
Sa abaa Be Saa cbe. Mfm imy -a. eai-eil V
1 " yfktmmmd am HI i ai braarau.aa-a.
I W Jjr to mmmyt tm aartiralara. uauaHaaafc. aa.
Is the most dangerous of all kidney
diseases- Pains in tle back, irreg
ularities in the urine, swelling of the
limbs or abdomen, are the first
Dr: J. II. McLean's
Liver 2 Kidney Balm
p. m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
BBBBX A. PABIDOM
THE COMMERCIAL SYNDICATE.
Coupons will be atveptctl by tlie
following im-nibers in Kuck Islan.l
and Milan at the rate per rent set
opposite their names on all retail
cash transactions, excejit patent
medicines and sugar:
Haker. Model bjkery, G W V Townacnd.
16 sc-venteenth etrt-et 5
Bicycle puptlie, John Koch, iSr SU it vrn'-
U-vnth street.. . ....... f,
Bota ana . hoe, c- R Alama. iwrimrl 'avi-nue 5
CloihiBK. New Vork Leader, inss Second
CVotblnK, tbe Lnntlna. KIS fec-nnd'awnne"! h
Cnaft-ot nner. i II Mtiaw-r. HU.1 Ninth etreet. a
lron. T II Thoman, liiiu Second arena and
u Seventeenth ptr.et a.
Drugs wall aper. etc.. U L rranlnn, Milan! C
Vf gnmla, riYrno,, floor, Thomaa bmart,
7SI Third avnnoQ.. s
Fancy eouds, C'harlc C Taylor, 1717 becoti'd
Fruit rtoro. J M gicsel, 555 Twrntb-th atnet S
brocer. William Uvnnett ami cumuanv
lm Third arrnne f,
TOMIA Meltotialil. SM111 Fif.h avenue"
Uroeer, Cnarle J Lons. um Menmd avenue. i
Urrecr and Miller, J at Scuaab, l.iil-3 Fourth
Oancmith. bicycle repairing, C liaric-a' W.".'tf".
lil KlL'lit-enih atrwt f,
Hoaae lurnlrliiiu. U II Irwin. 1511 Bv4-,Viid
Lanndty. r it u ,u am laundry. C Achter-
mann. 2SI I Hllm-enlh etn-ct I,
laundry. Farker's laundry, 17m Third ave
M at mntliit, T I ScModler, 1S17 'iVL-cond
Meat market. II 81 hrw.de r, an "faTentieth
Slurcannt tailor, A Erickaon, ll'i EiKhteerith
Merchant tailor, cli an n;. rcpalnlrc, J Le-
voca, 17v Seeond arrnne ft
Eratacinu Crown Keataurant compaiiT.
17HI Tor.d av nns ' 5
Rock laland meant itye worka, Wllllaa Yer-
biry. SUB Third .T. nr.e)
Stationery, prlntins, lawk bindina, William
lwn, Ifild m,Dd av. nue " 5
SUam. carpet aud rue cleaning, Krrler
Lacey, IMH Fourth avenue a
Stove and hare .rare. Itakr, alcNtlll Bera-
Ur SecoDd aveau K
Tlia Tailor, Bnppe IKMnemnd arenue .... f.
Tailor, cleaner, dyer, repairer, Marecball. til
Elghleenlb ttreet f,
Tailrr. cleaner and dyer, G L Wilcox. liM
Fifth avenue 5
Veterinary aaigeou, C B Thorn a. Spencer
' rr. t FOREVER CURED.
Mst if r" V. MAN OUT OF ME . )
In SO days by a new perfected adentlSe mafhnd
that eannot fall unleae the caee la beyond human
aid. Vcu feel Improved lb fires day; ft-i
a Benefit every day; enon know yourself a king
amunr men In body, mind and heart. Drain and
ioeeee ended, every obstacle to happy married life
removed. Nerve force. wiU, energy, brain power,
men fallliur ar nattered. If neglected each
trotil.le. result fatally. Mai-cd ereryebt re, aeaued
for 1. elz braes lor In, A. 1. Keiea, Fooitti
avstiae aud Twenty -third Itrest, Bock lalaad.
GET THE BEST
Sewer Pipe. .
All Work Guaranteed.
Roseufleld Bros. ,
; 1609 THIRD AVENUE