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THE AltQUB, THUKBDAY, MAY 14, 189a
fyl ,mm, iim-n- ..v.a. - ,
for Infants and Children.
y BnlTllnna tfytmit, poranit mm to epea li of It writatrat g esainsx.
It Is m tl My tha Wei rasas Jy fw lifii to and CMMiw
ttt warld bi wif lam. It to UmUw, CaPdraa )H. it. It
evoeaarm aemltV It save tnotr Utw. la It Mrtton haw
ssmsthlncjalnaMaahasliitril j safe and practically peffeeit mr s)
CsMrteria dao troys Wove.
fits wl allays fitwhlmi,
jaartorin ytwtati vena ftJng; Sorts1 Card. - '
Castorta cwxwa Ptairaosn and Wind Colls.
Castarln rItor Tsatthlna; Troubles.
C taria cnros Coaatjpotirrn and natalecey.
Castoria aaatrallssa the oaToeta af enrhonlo acid gas Of ftlKiawi etrf.
Ctitorli do Mot eeatata Baorphlrtsi, opium, or othrr aarcotio property.
CwUtl rTnf?atos the food, res; "late-, the atoa-.nch and howela,
arlaa aaalthy and MtmJ sleep. '
Castoria to pat aa la oae-atro parties only, ft U ot oold ia hoik,
P t aUrar aay sao to poll yog anything also oa too plea of promloa
that M to ja as good' and "will w QTory purpose.'
Boo that yoa not C - A - S - T - O - R
Children Cry for
Health is the Sunshine of Home, Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located to Davenport, Iowa.
J it -. TaW-lIT '-4 a'lf- P'i J -a-am
DR. T. M. VYAUSH.
fwavaf'y niatrai fnumtut ta rweeCmcaTr
-aatftaa feedtcsJ. eoirr.
NEEYOU3 PF.BIIJ7Y KxlauBtive drains, sleepiness, threatened In
sanity, week memory, meatal Solsaioas, or any Mtet eoodiuoa das to nervous exhaustion,
po.lt It, ly cured.
CA7AKKH Dvsprpsia. Asthma. Khcnmatbm. SerofnU, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney. Urr mi eats iiMm ui ba ontcklv and permanscUy cued by oni advanced an
tes or medicine. '
VABICOCFXE la the moat active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
month, w.-h. arher. when w ffMrat yoa pBaat cart la Mrca dara by oar pilnlaoi
ovtbtMlf llxlrucI tiuxd lailina iyt no pam.
WOMEN Suffcrinj; from diaeaftes peculiar to their sex should consult us.
hr c atrd aitiiv tmr RiTa up u bopnltaa, n1 or may be abla to rar yea. Baraioal
oppnttooa pprfirnH d t your booe tf deatnd. AbitaatUial and bnla aargery a apociaity.
OUB CKKDKN TIAI.S and Testimonials aro the Best The numerous ac-
kanvlv.lni'tiiU wa hm rrrrlrrd from V9 ntwtwipeni for oar remarkable cares la both
airdtral ana tnre1 rar la pmor roorluplvr tt-.tt nnr advanced melhoda care where all
otbara 'all. TiHrrpfntv, 4a au( wwt lima Itb ouirr. bnt roait lie at once and rojraia
ynar lni bralih. 1 hrr im a ta in nrrr diaraaa that you can be cored. Hare yoa Baaaed
thai tnc If anl, do am riprrimrct bt Inutr. but onvait ua at once. Furthermore, we
eT ti.iou to aaynae pmina oar ciwlrntiaW falae. We aiake tt ao object for yoa to Inaee
tUuUe eara, tie etbur apeeuliaia oUrt yoa auch a fair prowwutoa.
r apeeuliaia oOt yoa
'raaool can, write. Unadred eared by Bull. Boars tMlS,ttat,Ttat. Saadaya
OFriCE 184 W. Third St., McCullough, BailUinfr, Davenport. Iowa.
lATnra and riymLAnia BvomiBa.
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mm m rvltobt, woatli'T, rvliiM tnadief a. Ob. y 1 a
ta. a,aUraaaldri.raaikauaf ka aaai If eaa aaaat ska Ik
'(B Dr. PcaS's Pennyroyal Pills
r x wTarawaBpl.B'aaraertaln fnrmlLTtorautM(I)r.IWa)anrareUBH
, ai.au, iiaaraai nm mt.iTaiivaTraiaaa.w,
or a: a at Harpor Uonse Pharmacy. ek Ialavd.lll.
Carpenter and Builder,
Officii, KO: 1831 SIXTH AVaSUX,
thep on Yin ttrMt, CCv3 tt.atttij
Cas trie an-tta Ota matron if 4f
- I - A.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Law of ObtcMo. formerlv limndAuf
Bi. Anthony's Hospital.
auch a fair propoautoa.
If You Want a
Warm all over.
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater
Thirty Capitol Heaters in use
. in Rock Island.
Offloes la BOCK ISLAND and 1I0LINB
In th Senate Vote on the River
' and Harbor Bill.
F&TY-8EVEH AYES TO BUTE SATS.
rrya laalaU That the talk A boat Creoka"
la Hoary-Headed Fable EBtort to
limit tao Expeodltore Per Tear Haa Few
Frleoda Hooae Ketaraa the Rlnaher
Dowalns Caae to Committee with Orders
fca ffeoaant tha Dtapoted Vote. .
WAsmsoTOX, May 14. The great strug
gle in the doeing hours of the considera
tion of the river and harbor bill was to put
tome sort of limit on expenditures under
the bill.' Gorman had offered an amend
ment to limit this expenditure and there
M a gmai deal of debate on it. Vest de
claring that it was the abdication of au
thority by congress and turning it over to
cabinet officer. Vest wound up by a
motion to table Gorman's amendment and
all others of the kind, which carried W to
21 Allen Raid he was astonished that
Democratic senators joined with Repub
licans In supporting this bill. The vast
amount involved would be expended
largely by a Republican secretary of war,
according to the present political outlook,
he said. He could understand why Re
publican senators supported it, but not
why Democrats should. Allen pointed
out In detail the number of creeks, mill
ponds, lagoons and ditches in the bill.
Something That Makes Frye Sick.
Frye vigorously resented Allen's re
marks. The Nebraska senator did not
know what he was talking about, declared
F rye. Some of these so-called creeks were
great arteries of commerce. This was an
old "play" on the word creek. It was an
antiquated, worn out "play," heard time
and ngsiin Frye said he was sick of hear
ing senators rising here and talking econ
Oiny, when these same senators came lio
fore tho committee and demanded in
Bate, seeking to secure an increase for
the CuinlxTluml river, created a hiugh by
lilt-luring that while he approved econom
ical appropriations, yet it was hardly to be
expected he would stand by and see people
getting a whole loaf and he not getting a
Frye Geta Fifteea Miautee More.
The bill was about to be put on its final
passago when Frye asked fifteen minutes to
answer criticisms that had been made on
the bill. The senator spoke with great
animation and was listened to with much
attention. Never before, said Frye, had
there been such a unaniinus demand for
river and harbor improvements as there
hnd been this year. It hod comcfrom all
sections. It had been the demand of the
American peoplo and in response to that
demand this bill was presented.
The bill was then put on its passago.
Smith (Dem.) demanded the yeas and
nnys. On the roll call the bill was passed
yew, 67; nays, 9. Those, who voted in
the nairative wore Bat, Chilton, Harris,
Hill, Smith and Vilas, Democrats; Brown,
Republican, and Allen und Kyle, Popu
lists. BlNAKEIt-UOWMNO CONTEST.
Hooae Ordora a Recount of the Ballots la
the Sixteenth IlllnoU.
The house, after one of the hardest
fought parliamentary battles of the session,
which continued until almost 9 o'clock
list night, recommitted tho contested
election case of Rinaker vs. Downing, from
the Sixteenth Illinois district, to the com
mittee on elections, with instructions to
recount the ballots in dispute. The vote
stood 139 to Zo, divided as follows: Ayes,
07 Republicans, 60 Democrats, and 3 Popu
lists; noes. 85 Republicans. The case was
debated Tuesday and yesterday until
shortly after i o'clock.
The supporters of the majority report to
unseat Downing (Dem.) and sent the con
testant realized that the disaffection on
their sido was so strong that the minority
report would probably be adopted, and
they inaugurated a systematic filibuster to
gain time to rally their forces. The first
test of strength on a motion to adjourn
yfi to l: confirmed their suspicions, but
they fought valiantly to the end, and went
down in the last ditch after staving off the
final action for four hours. The speaker
gave them considerable leeway at the be
ginning of the fight, but toward the end
he declined to tolerate dilatory tactics.
As a lost resort many of the supporters
of the majority report refused to vote, but
the speaker counted thorn and the Demo
orats and the dissenting Republicans
scored their victory. At one time, just
before a motion to adjourn had been de
clared defeated, Hopkins demanded a re
capitulation. "The choir refuses it," suid thesr -iker,
sharply, amid a burst of applause.
"I would like to know upon what
grounds? exclaimed Hopkins hotly. "I
demand a recapitulation as a right, not as
"And the rlinir refuses it again," said
the speaker firmly.
Hopina carried his obstructive tactics
to the last ditch and made the point of no
quorum on the formal motion to lay on
the table a motion to reconsider, which on
a rising vote resulted 1"J9 to 4. The speaker,
however, amid great applause, counted
the house and announced 1(M members
"I challenge the count of the speaker,"
Shouted Hopkins, "and) ask for tellers."
"Tho chair disregards the challenge,"
replied the speaker. And this settled tha
KO AIWOt'RN .ME'T NEXT MONDAY.
ReeslaUoa Will Get a Later
Washington-, May 14. The Republican
steering committee of the senato held a
brief meeting yesterday for the purpose of
considering the order of business outside
of appropriation bills in the senate for the
remainder of the session, but without
reaching a definite conclusion adjourned
until next Saturday. . The various bills
pressing for consideration were considered.
and the committee decided tentative! to
recommend that place be given to several
of them which they were of opinion would
not lead to prolonged debate, among them
being the bills rtstneung immiirrarJon,
providing for the payment of 5 per cent, of
the proceeds of the sale of public lands to
the public land states, and regarding the
tax on fruit brandies.
It was also practically decided to allow
tbe.bill repealing the existing law in re
gard to alcohol in the arts to be consid
ered, with the nnderstanding that, it
should be taken up as an independent
was generally, of the opinion thai the
fanrio rattrosd funding and banki apwjy
bills could sot be pa seed la view of the de
sire for early adjournment. The commit
tee may, however, at its next meeting de
cide to allow the friends of these measures
to get them up for a test of the spirit of
the senate with the understanding that if
they bid fair to lead to a continued de
bate they will not be pi casta. Senator Al
lison was chosen chairman and Senator
Dubois secretary of the committee.
Froeeediaga ha Coagreas Briefed.
TT . Mtti--nY. ar , , m.
passed the river and harbor bill 57 to 9
carrying $13,300,000 direct appropriations
and authorizing continuing contracts ag
gregating 161,000,000; also a bill for ap
pointment of guardians to pensioners in
the District who squander their money
through vicious habits; a bill authoris
ing the building of a bridge across the
Mississippi at St. Louis; including as en
titled to pension veterans of several Indian
wars; making a year's residence in a ter
ritory requsite for a divorce: authorizing
a life-saving station near Port Huron,
Mich., and a railway bridge across tho
Illinois near Grafton, Ills.; (raving all the
remaining condemned cannon to the Na-
liouui KI. a. iv
The house spent the day on the Rinakcr
Downing contest from tho Sixteenth Hli
nois district, sending the case back to the
committee with instructions to recount
the ballots. The vote was 139 to 85 tho
Republican minority filibustering for
time to prevent action. Speaker Reed
counted quorum several times and had the
set iff act ion of receiving; Democratic utv
Meeting of the A. P. A. Council.
Washington, May 14. At the meeting
of the A. P. A. council the president's
message occupied an hour and three-quarters
in its reading. The secretary's report
showed a great growth of the order during
the past year. It stated that 13 charters
for new councils have been issud during
the post year, that the voting strength of
the order has been doubled, and that the
order is now plautcd in every suite and
territory. . The treasurer's report showed
a satisfactory financial condition and was
approved by the auditing committee.
Would Strike Out the Prison Sentence,
Washington, May 14. Gorman, from
the committee ou interstate commerce,
hits reported the bill changing the penalty
for violation of the interstate law from
imprisonment to fine. Tho bill was
amended so as to mako receivers of rail
roads in the hands of the courts amenable
to the law.
Gold Reserve Continues to Shrink.
Washington, May 14. The treasury
yesterday lost 11,511.900 in gold coin and
$21,000 in bars, which leaves the true
amount of the gold reserve $114,4UU,3S1.
CONVENTIONS OF PROHIBITIONISTa
Cold Water Men in Council in Iowa and
Des Moines, May 14. The Prohibition
state convention was held here yesterday,
200 delegates in attendance. W. K. Brown,
of G uthrie county, presided. The platform
oV 1SU5 was reaffirmed. The following del-egatcs-at-largo
were selected: B.F.Wright,
of Floyd county; J. H. Harvey, of Dallas;
Levi Marshall, of Jefferson; j. M. Wood
ward, of Woodbury; Mrs. L. A. Bennett,
cf Marshall; Mrs. A. E. McMurruv, of
Polk; T. G. Orwig. of Polk; A. C. Bon
dunint, of Polk; Rev. G. M. Adams, of
Powcshcik, and P. D. Smith, of Jones.
The convention nominated the following
state ticket: Secretary of state. William
G. Wright, of Story county; auditor, J.W.
Wonders; treasurer, E. J. Bye, of Cedar;
judge of the supreme court, Samuel
Holmes, of Fremont; reporter of the su
preme court, Miss Belle Mix, of Des
Moines; railroad commissioner, William
S. Pickle, of Lyon: attorney general, F.
M. Ford, of Woodbury.
Eau Clame, Wis., May 14. The Pro
hibition state convention was called to
order yesterday afternoon. Captain J. F.
Cleghorn, of Clinton, was made chairman,
and Dr. Moscly, of Tomah, secretary. A
platform will likely be adopted for prohi
bition only. Rev. E. L. Eaton, of Racine,
b talked of for governor.
SENTENCES OF THE REFORMERS.
Telegram to Berlin from Pretoria Says They
Get Five Years Each.
Berlin, May 14. A private telegram
has been received here which asserts that
the sentences of Colonel Francis Rhodes,
Lionel Phillips, J. H. Hammond and Geo.
Famsr, the four members of the Johan
nesburg reform committee condemned to
death and whose sentences were afterward
commuted, have been fixed at imprison
ment for five years.
The sentences of the fifty-nine other
members of the reform committee, which
were fixed by the court at two years' im
prisonment and a fine of 3,000 f oUowed
by three years' banishment, have been
commuted to one year's imprisonment.
aTackaon'a Trial Nearly Over.
Newport, Ky., May 14. After twenty
three days since the trial of Scott Jackson
began the arguments which consumed the
last three days ended last night. This
morning the case was given to the jury.
The prisoner, though apparently weary
and during the last three days a trifle crest
fallen, has maintained his self-possession
fco me lose .
Engineers in Convention.
Ottawa, Ont., May 14. Chief P. M.
Arthur called tho annual convention of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
to order. The only business transacted at
the opening session was the appointment
or a committee on credentials. Sir Mack
enzie lkiwcU, ex- premier of Canada, will
pay a visit to the convention before leav
ing for England.
Miaaouri Peieatra at t araje to St. Louie.
St. Joseph, May 14. Tho dclegates-at-large
to St. Louis elected by the Repub
lican state convention, which did not ad
journ until 4:30 a. m., areas follows in
full: Chauncey I. Fllley, of St. Louis; ex-
Representative iedringhaus. cf St. Louis;
Major William Warner, of Kansas City,
and J. U. ISothweU, of Sedalia.
Sitantian la Iowa mm 811 rar,
Des Moixes, May 14. Up to date seven
ty-eight out of the ninty-nine counties in
Iowa have held Democratic conventions.
The free silver men have elected 512 dele
sates, the gold men 334, six delegates only
being doubtful. The silveritea claim a
majority of. ninety-one in the staife conven
tion. ; ' t
Weyles Door Opea Indennliely. '
Havana, May 14. Captain iGeneral
Weyler has prolonged indefinitely the
period given to the Insurgents in which
to surrender and obtain pardoa for their
Forest fires are still raging in Clearfield
county, Pennsylvania, and havoc is being
wrought. .. .
Michael Bagley and two companions
robbed Tillle Warsawsky of her purse at
Chicago, and Bagley, pursued by a great
crowd, took refuge on the roof of a barn,
where he held 300 people at hay with a re
volver until the police forced him to surren
der by Lring shots in the air. .
Obituary: At Clinton. His., ex-Mayor
James Deland, 75. At Greensburg, Ind.,
Jumcs S. Harper.
The report of the Chlcaso health depart
ment for April shows a remarkable de
crcae in deaths and sickness.
Rudycrd Kipling, who was threatened
by his brother-in-law, Beatty Balestler.
has had the latter placed under $4UU bonds
to keep the peace.
The directors of the Chicago board of
trade have declared Irremilar all the crain
elevators in the system controlled by the
Armour Elevator company In Chicago, the
nan to be in force until July 1. Over
7,000,000 bushels of grain are stored in
these elevators at present.
Nathaniel Pitkin, ased 80. died in a mill
at Kl thorn. Wis., and before passing away
requested that his death be kept a secret.
tie was related to many families in Chi
Ex-Representative Tarsnev. of Missouri.
has been nominated to the senate for the
position of associate justice of the supreme
court of Oklahoma.
Annie Shudy is mlssincr from her home
at Chicago and not a word has been heard
of her whereabouts since May 7.
Word was received at Wheeling. W. Va..
of the accidental drowning at sea of Henry
G. Davis, Jr., brother-in-law of Senator
Governor Altseld has appointed Charles
A. Miller, of Alton, a state fish wardon
for Madison county, Ills.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Abbey aro re
ported to have separated. . -
The strike of the firemen at Armour's
plant, Kansas City, remains in statu quo.
ine strikers have made no further move
as yet iu their attempted boycott against
the concern s goods.
Governor Altgeld has accepted an invi
tation to attend the laying of the corner
stone of the new eastern Illinois normal
school at Charleston May 37 and to deliver
an address there.
Tho Columbia Match comnanv. estab
lished at St. Louis in 1894 to fight the
"trust," as tho Diamond Match company
is known, has been absorbed by Us com
titor. THE MARKETS.
Hew York Financial.
New York, May 13,
Money on call easy, at 2l per cent.;
prime mercantile paper 43-51 per cent.;
sterling exchange heavy, with actual busi
ness in bankers' bills, at 488$ttS? tor de
mand and atjTtt&tni for sixty days; posted
rates, 4884811 and 48H490; commercial
Silver certificates, fJT-BM; no sales; bar ail
ver, 67; Mexican dollars, Ki4-
U ni tod States government bonds strong;
new 4's registered, 11"J; do. coupons, 117;
&' registered, lisjs; do. coupons, 112H: 's
registered, 1: 4"s coupons. 10054; Ts regis
tored, MH: Pacific 8's of t)7, lOOc
Chicago Grain and Protluce.
Cricaoo, May 13.
The following were the q notations on th
Board of Trado today: Wheat May, opened
W, closed U2Hic: Jane opened 63ic closed
C-Tc; July, opened 64!4c, cloaed Sfigc. Corn
May, oiened 2S)!-ic closed r; Jujy,
opened a6c, closed 2Jic; September, opened
8Uc, closed 31 H. Oats May, opened ISc,
elosad .lic; June, opened IWc, closed lHVic;
July, opened M-c, cloned 19&c Pork May,
nominal, closed $7.67)$; July, opened $7.07)4,
closed $7.65. Lard May, nominal, closed
$t.K; July, opened $4.65, closed 84.fc.'!4
"Produce: Butter Extra creamery, loo per
lb.; extra dairy, 13c: fresh packing stock,
7c Eggs Fresh stock, 7Sc per dozen.
Live Poultry Turkeys, 8fl,10e per lb; chick
ens (hens), 8c; roosters, 65V4c; ducks,
friilOc; geese. 84 nfrryj.ao per dozen. Potatoes
Burbanks, lS&lS per bushel; mixed, 1&&12&
New potatoes, S1.5O&3.00 per bbl. Apples
Fair to fancy. $2. per bbl. Honey White
clover, 18ftr.l4c per lb; broken comb, &10c; ex
, Chicago Live Stoclb .
Cricaoo, May 18.
Live Stock Prices at the Union Stock
Yards today ranged as follows: Hogs Es
timated receipts for the day. 2B.0W; sales
-ranged at $2.SO&3.uS pigs, SH.SViiJ K light,
Y3.0ui7i3.15 rough packing, S3.Xi3.47H mixed
ana $MU3.iu heavy packing and enlpping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day,
10.500; quotations ranged at S4.u0fA4.35 choice
to extra shipping steers, $3.9024.15 good to
choice do., S3.75ft4.10 fair to good, SJ.S.Ki
common to medium do., $3.3rrf.3.su batchers'
steers, t.lK&3.iu stackers, a3.!!S(&3.0 feeders,
S1.6o&3.70 cows, SS.SUig3.S0 heifers, SSum&J.en
balls, S2 85&4.(J0 Texas steers, and S3.0l&v4.U
Sheep and Lambs Estimated receipta for
the day, 18.000; sales ranged at S3.0U&3.M) west
erns, $z.en53.70 Texana, S2.ou&4.uu natives and
S3.5.0S lam be.
The Local Marketa.
nav Thnothv. IIS: nnlasd. faOSIS: wild.
SOta; skKura, tTOtB; baled. 8tSia.a0; Billet.
choiea, lSe; fresh
Batter Fair te
ery, 14 Sc.
Kge rresa. sc.
Cattle Bstehers pay for earn fed steer
Siet34(c;cowa sad hajara, KfcetMHc; calves.
Spring lamb $ JOtW a head.
Children Cry for
PItchera Cactorla '
KaaQy. OaWdy and F snlly
- Csmaarxo rsoi.isa Bxasor
It iassM a a nosaiae
Kuaimatae to enre any
una of nei tuua pma
tfmlicnor any diaorder
of Lb 4 fesltal oirjstia cf
ither erx caoawl
ttofiMirw br sxcsniita aas ct
tobmtxo. Akuiiol cr Or-iuta. cr
of ycothfbl iodjerrtloa or over tndulzaw rt&.
IJIfllaaaa. voi-io. w nacicincaa. - iseaoacna,
hWnial Dereeanon. twrtanlngotths Weak
Memory. K-aricg Doarn Pa!.-t ScniotJ v7cck:Sa
tiyatoia. Moctanal Eaitaakiia, r-rennatorrbaa
Luap of rower and IaiirHency, which if BGla3e4j
Kay lead to peed atm e 01 4 at;e and znaentty.
Pooitiraly coatanteed. JneS. $ ixe a hoz; C braes
Sot Si-00. tient by sail on noaipt of price. A writtan
1 ramanedwim every yASB older renitsa.
U a parr isneril saas b4
aid ky a. f.
Has been known for yearsvas thpv most 'successful remedy for
Diabetes, Bright's Disease, Oravel, Gallstones and all ailments
of the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder.
For sale everywhere. Price, SI .OO per Bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. McLEAH MEDICINE CO.. - St. Louis, Ko.
vTt 1 1"1 f"
for a'e la
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Bock Ialand, DU by Barta miemeyer. dranr'sts.
Kstate of James T. Dixon, deeeved.
Tkeonderalirced having Been appointed execs
tor of the hat will and testament of Janus
T. D'xon. late of the county of Rock Ialand.
state m Illinois, deceased, heresy gin a notjer
that be will appear 4efore the county court of
Bork Ialand county, at the office of the clerk of
aaid court, la the cltv of Rork Ialand. at Ihe
July teim, on the flrat Monday In July aexi.
ai wnicn tune an pcraona navingciauns againat
said estate are notified and requested to attend
fjr the purpose of having the same adjusted.
All persona indented to aaid estate are re-
3 nested to auke immediate payment to the an
eraamod. Dated this 8th day of May. A. It. 1H95
Path 11 a 1'ixos, Exerntor.
8TATK OF ILUWOI. I
In the coanty court, April term A. D. ISiN.
Minnie Pchulta. admlrisfatrix nf the eetate of
Henry Ilakker. dc-eea-ed pet'liouer. va Arnie
Hakker. Mary Hakker the Rock Ialand Mutual
Bui'ilinir. 1 oao and Havincs aaaociatinn; and
Conrad A. Mpledel at guardian of Annie Ilakker
and Mary Bakker defendant.
Petition to aell real eaiate to pay debts.
To whom it may concern, notice is hereby
given that br virneof aa order and decree of
the county court of Rock Ialand county. Illinois,
entered on the petition of the underpinned, Min
nie fchnitz, as administratrix of the estate of
Ue-ry Hatker. deceased, for leave to sell the
real estate of said dreeastd at said April term,
A. D . 1190. of said curt, the undersigned will on
the tsth day of t ext May. the same belog the SSth
dny of May, A. D., 189S, between the houri of 10
o'clock in the forenoon and 4 o'clock In the af
trrnoon of said "ay, to-wii., at the hour of
o'clock p. m.. sell at public aale at the south
door of the court houae, in the citr of Hoc Ial
and in said cmuty aid state, to ihe highest and
best bidder, the real estate described as follows,
Lots twelve (11) snd fourteen (14) hi block
three (.1) tn South Park addition to the city of
Rock Island In the city of Rock Island. In the
eounty of Rock Island and state of Illinois, sub
ject to a balance of about two hundred (f SoO dol
lars still due upon a mortgage Hen executed in
favor or the Bock Ialand Muloal Untieing. Loan
ft Savings aesociatii n on the Sttth day of June.
lb9 auddrawlng six (6) per et ut per annum in
terest; aaid sale to ii.cliidd wi low's dower snd
homestead. Terms of sale cash .
oated this SOth day of April. 1898.
Administratrix of the Estate of Henry Ilakker,
(J. J. SsaaLB, Attorney.
Adm nistrator's Sale.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Rock I a las d Couhtt. f
In the coanty cocrt. May term, AD, 1898.
Catherine bchafer, administratrix of the estate
of Christian Bchafer, deceased, pttioner, vs.
Mary fcoido f . 1 heodore Huldorf, (Jcorce
fehafer. A'lce Srhafer, C'atherina Kurth, Wil
liam Kurih. John rr.ha'er. MarySchafer, James
8chsfer and Louisa 8chafer, defendanla.
Petition to sell real asute to par debts.
To whom it may concern : Notice is hereby
given that by virtue of an order and decree f
Ihe eoaaty court of Rock Island county. Illinois,
enu-red n tbo petition of the underaigned.
Catherire Dchafcr, as administratrix of the es
tate of Christian Schafer, deceased, for leave to
sell the real estate of said deceased at aaid May
term A. I. 1MM. f raid conn, the undersigned
will on the 4th sy of June A. D., lRflO. between
the houraof ten 10 o'clock lo the forenoon and
four (4) o'clock in the afternoon of aaid day, to
wlt, at the hour of two () o'clock p. m. sell at
pnblie sa'e at tne south door of the court houae
in the city of Hock Island tn said county and
state, to the highest and beat bidder tha real es
tate described as follows, toait:
South half () of lot live (hi and the nor:h
Sf ty (' 0) feet i.f lot eight (s) la blot k seventy TO)
in Chicago or Loner addition to the city of Rock.
Ialand and lota one (I I and two (3) in block three
W in Ballty Davennort's addition to the city of
Rock Jaland, all in the city of Rock Island, la the
oountv of liock Itland and the state of 111 no!,
said sale to he of said real estate exonorat d of
all claim. 1 ight or interest therein on accoant of
dower and homestead in favor cf the Widow of
the said Christ an Bchafer, deceased. Terms of
Hated UVs 5th day of May, 1MB.
Administratrix of the estate of ihristlia bchafer,
C. J. Br ablb. Solicitor.
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtus of an oeder and decree of
the county coutt of Rock Island coun
ty, lllinoi, ma!e on the petition of
the undersigned Charles Schreiber, adminis
trator of the estate of Olaf A. Anderson deceased,
for leave to sell the real estate of said deceased,
at the May term. A. L.. Itfts. nf raid mart, tv
wit:onthell'h day of May lrtaj, I shall on tfle
nth day of June nest, betwien the hour of
in o'clock In la- foreno'-n and 4 o'clock is the
afternoon of aaid day. to wit: at the hour of t
o'clock tn the afternoon of raid day, sell at pub
lic aale. at tae awtb door of the court boue la
the ctjr of Rock Ialand. In said county, all the in
terest of said OUf A. Anderson, deceased, at He
time of his disease, and also the homestead and
dower interest of the widow In and to the real es
tate d ectiotd as fo lows, to-wit :
Beginnlrg at the aortkea-t corner of the sooth
half im of the aoataat quarter ("at
of section nnmher Sve (5), in town
ship number seventeen (t7 north, range
number ne (I) west of t-e fourth (4) t rincipai
mtridian.tbance soa'h on eecu n line fSf-y (V))
ftt for a startinc oolnt : theoea west one hnr.
dred a -d twenty- tint (11H) fee. the-ce south
arty taut reea. insce east one nunorea twentv
eigat (14) feet, thence norti fiity CM) feat to f .e
place of ore nnine. All lines to run parallel with
the correal ondirg ee. tinn liaea, rraerviLg a strip
temty-eigbt feet (zS) feel wide on the east tide
for a road. Being the premisae now known and
dascr.btd as lot nom-wr two ix, in block aumhr
Sfteen ( In) in Orlando l d's addition to the city
of Molfne, as designated on the recorded plat of
miu hbiu rupj.'O m two BBDTiaavSO as fol
lows: One for three hundred sixty Ire dollar
lf.Ka 00) with In'ere't at aevea par cent from
Jnlv t. P-vi owned bv Jalintte Udlnrm
one for fifty dollars (MUU with interest Iherroa
atlbetate f a-Tea per cent per annual aad
oaned by Mela J. Nelson, raid ahevs described
P""a e "t aiinaiao in hock l'aoe coaary.
Illinois. w tbe follovtsg tarma. to-wtt: h In
hand. Dated this Uth eay of May A. O , IBM
, .. . Caaai.es Mnasiaca
Admlnb trator of lbs estate of Olaf A. Anderson,
JscKnt A Hcbat, sttoneys.
- .nri 1 a , r. . raoairT am
iukls. of this aiad in the market. The eriginaj
ami Aly (eanlne Woaasw baxvanoa. Ask
yosr druggut if he dost keep them. Writs direct
to as aad wa will send it direct upon rece'tH of
pries, Si, ssslis. by anul prepaid. A. 9. Betas
Fourth avsaes sad TweM-taud street. Bock
And good health can only be had
by keeping the organs of the
body in perfect condition. Much
weakness results from disorders of
the Liver, Kidneys and Bladder.
Dr. J. II. MEAN'S
Paantve Written I ACT Himsan sad an a.
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