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for Infants and Children.
pnOTHERO, Do YoU Know r-i:
UUU BMnaa'a Dnrma, Qoatrey's Cordial, many eu-ccJled Boothlne; 8vrupe, and
ml iwnadha for cUMiua are compaaa! cf optam or norpeJoor
PT Kif that otAum aad aaorphlna are etupeTi tn narnsw- to-s
PTwKwrttrthwtoKMMtMmiiK.i r ,
Wtttsout kblia Um poanae f
T Kow that you afsauki not permit ur antdldae to be given your euukl
aim 700 or your phrdaa know of wan It to composed
Pa T Kaowthat Canorta hi a purely vegetable ntwrmswxirsn, t tww
iMIoitndtoaUlraabUalMd with ovary bottle f
BJKjaw that Cactorle to tba pro1ptic c tbo fta Dr. Bamwl ntebor. '
That K haa been la om for nearly thirty years, acd that snore Cattorla to bow sold thaa
at all other remedies for cMMrwa combined I
PaTaai K w- that tha Patent Offloa Dopartmoit of tba Catted Statea, and of
exaer conn tries, have toned exclusive right to Br. Pitcher and hto aaclgB to an tba word
" CaatarU and Ha formula, and that to Imitate them to a stata prima offenas
2TJ5222 " reasons for granting thtermrnianitprotacUoawea
Bwrjeuee Castorla bad beta proven la be atwolateJy kaxaulassat
Pa Teej Kiwr that 35 aTa-are doses of Caetoria ara "famtohed for 35
Malta, or one coat a doe f
awwTwu) KawW that whew r mrttic'1mtmrtmcmtmrMllrxL.TM rbOdnm rmm
be kept well, aad that j nay bare onhrokrn rest t
Wall, baaa tains: are worth haowina. They are facta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located la Davenport, low
DB. T. M. WALSH,
Patvaerly Cl.alcal PionsMat la two of Oh'cace'S
hmrtlsg midltal colleges.
DB. J. K. WALSH,
Lent, (it OhlCaVaTCft. ffwYtlebrlw? rfowMLi J1hta .
NERVOUS DEBILITY Exhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened ln
J'a.awatalelMtoiia, or any ether eondllioa ua to acrrooa thiwtten.
CATARIUI Dynprpeia, Aethma, BhcumatUra. Scrofula, SyphUli, Blood,
tm .tedStaa? km 'l"'"' 1 P"U cored by for advanced aye-
VARIC(K:ELE It the most active can no of nervous debility. VTnv treat
ir,h!Ll,Wlir ? fearamee Too a permanent care Is fovea daia by oar paialeee
WOMEN Sufferiog from diaeasei peculiar to their lex should eoniult us.
ZlltJ "ei ewnvraeef rtrea up w nopelcan, and we maybe able to care roe. Snrrloal
operelloBe perfurewd at roar km U deeired. AMoaUnal eod brala arr.ery a ipeciallj.
OUR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ac-
k"0.?:!''r,n,,, rlvwl from the ncwpspcra for oar rematkable caree In both
BH-dical at nrrvM can. U proof eoecla.lv. that oar advanced msthode care wnereaU
vl .",I; L;.Ti,,Ta?""tt!llI",,'J,b "'t at one aad retain
7 " k.r 'h- TrZ? ".v"7 dlwe thai vou ran he cared. Have yoa PMd
' ' ", ao eipenroeet enr losrnr, butcnrnlt n at once. FnrtaeraoreT we
ti.im to aavnne j-rmln oar rredrottai lain. We make It an object for yoa to lnvee
liala ear. Mo other perlalieu offor von each a fair nno.!ikm-
-ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN
a. Boadrede ecred bj Ball. Hoar t to 13, t
OKFICE 12 iW. Third St, McCullough, Building, Davenport. Iowa.
BBaTtaO AkTV TBaTTItATIfia SaTQIaTBBBaV
If Yon Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters In use
In Rock Island.
Uffloes la BOCK ISLAND aad MOLINX
aeaneteareneble.BMothiT.rtiraUUnf medtelae. Only T Milam ea
M r ereM oi.fi eaaatd be uee. if yea want tba beet, get
cjju, ur- roars ircnnyroyai fiiio
t"ea vMrJb anVaTefMJa-1 aTaSad fMfcaaTIJ vaTm, VaWTafaataaM,
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy. Bock Islaed.UL
Tr s Iibimi
Carpenter and Builder,
omac, ko: stn sixth avksui, . ?
Shop on Vint stzMt. 11002 1ZLABD,
Work of Those Who Are Trying
to Save Souls.
FRE8BTTEEIAES AID YOUIG FOLK.
Kgpwrt of a CaMilttee the Kmt.it tlee and
tha fntUent Potato THerwrf Matter wf
tha Cowtrol af 8aalarlee Polyfanay la
ladto -laTethadtoto Be-Elaet Dr. Boefcley
Editor of the Sen Tork Advocate
Chargw Aaalnet Two Biahopa.
Saratoga, X. Y., May 83. The Presby
terian general assembly broke up -at 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon in confusion
In the midst of a vote on resolutions of
the epeclal committee on the relations of
young people's societies to the church.
Resolutions had wn adopted directing
that a "statement of relations" be sent to
the ee para to societies to, be read by them,
and reaffirming the action of the assembly
of 1893. The former recommendation was
reached only after a long discussion and
under the operation of the previous ques
tion. Just at the hour of adjournment a
motion was made to strike out the other
recommendation of the committee and to
discharge It. Action on this motion was
only prevented by the abrupt announce
ment of the vice moderator. Dr. Benjamin
1m. Agncw, of Philadelphia, that the hour
of the sesnlon had expired and that the
assembly stood adjourned.
Belatiow of Hock'th-e to the Church.
The most important portion of the ape
rial committee's report was a statement of
the relations between these Individual so
cieties and the church in which it was as
serted : "This assembly recognizes as un
der the jurisdiction of the church all
young peoples' religious organizations of
every name which are to bo found within
Its churches or cumpofled of the members
of its churches. The assembly
deems it unnecessary to prescribe any
specific form of organization for individual
societies, while it expects them to conform
to certain acknowledged principles, both
general and irticular, as follows:
Churrh Haa Particular Oversight.
"In general these socities ketone or
ganized and to work In conrniity with
the historic portion of the church as ex
pressed by her standards and interpreted
by her courts. The particular relations
of all societies to the church are sustained,
in rhu flntt instance, to the. session of a
particular church and thence through the
session to the ehurch-at-large. Each such
society is under the immediate direction,
control and oversight of the session of that
church in which it is formed and that over
sight is not merely general but applies to
the constitution of the society, the sched
ule of its services,the election of its officers
and the distribution of its funds."
The Vital Recommendation.
It was recommended that this statement
of relations be adopted "as setting forth
the sense in which the church expects her
youngjicnpletoboloyal," and that it be
sent to the presbyteries to be read to indi
vidual societies. The vital recommenda
tion was that the present committee be
continued and that it be directed to get
statistics and other information and on
tho basis of the same "to submit to the
next assembly, if the way be clear, a plan
based on this information which will
unite our societies along the line of our
historic views of Christian doctrine and
worship." Particular attack was made
upon the resolution containing this pro
posal, but it was carried.
Then followed a motion to strike ont
tho remaining recommendations and to
discharge the committee. Pending this
motion tho hour of adjournment arrived
and further discussion was choked off.
The project went over as unfinished busi
ness. Tbe Report on Seminaries Goes Over.
The report of the committee of confer
ence with tho theological seminaries was
put over also. Itwns reported that they
will request to be disrharjred from further
duty, but this is considered doubtful. No
satisfactory results have been achieved in
the effort to bring the seminaries into
closer union with the general assembly
and the attempt may now bo abandoned.
This report is anticipated with keen in
terest. Declined to Indome Polygamy.
The report on the admission of polyga
mous converts to baptism and the church
came tip on an overture from the synod of
India, v. hich asked that the decision ho
relegated to the synod for decision in each
case. The report of the special committee
was presented. It stated that the request
could not be granted, and this view was
adopted by the assembly by formal vote.
FROCEfclUXGH OF THE METHODISTS.
Dr. Buckler Re-Elected Editor of the New
York Advocate Committee Work.
. Cleveland, May S3. The Methodist
general conference occupied Itself in elect
ing editors of church papers and secre
taries of church societies. Very little re
mains now in the wjiy of elections. When
Itev. I)r. J. M. Buckley was overwhelm
ingly elected editor of tho Now York
Christian Advocate there was an immense
oration to the popular New Yorker. Reso
lutions were adopted favoring interna
tional arbitration, and will be copied into
foreign languages and sent to rulers of
nations throughout tho world. Bishop
Goodsell was excused from further attend
ance upon the conference, as he. must go
abroad. Portland, Ore., was selected as
the sixteenth episcopal residence, and
rules to be followed by the bishops in
selecting their stations from among the
residences provided were adoptxL
Rev. A. C. Bowdish, of Springfield, L.
I., preferred formal complaint against
Bishops Fowler and Fitzgerald before the
committee on cpinropoey. He claims that
in 1KS4 Bishop Fowler, while presiding
over the New York conference, trans
ferred him without his knowledge or eon
sent from New York to the New England
conference. He says he went to tho New
England conference, then in session, and
that Bishop Fitzgerald declined to receive
him on the ground that he already had
more ministers than he could use. Bowd
ish went back to New York, but tha con
ference was ended and he was left without
occupation. He asks for f85 for house
rent and furniture. Bishop Fowler says
that Bowdish wanted to grt to Boston, and
that he supposed he had a call from a
church there. The case was referred to a
There was a hot debate In the committre
on itineracy on the preposition that the
bishops be directed not to appoint at an
nual conferences officers addicted to the
use of tobacco. The vote stood 84 ayea
aad 8s naya. The fight in the general con
ference on Ihls matter will be even more
lively. The nrooositioa that bishona ha
guided in appointment of ministers by the
wishes of th i majority of presiding ciders
was very quickly killed.
The committee on state of the church,
after much discussion, decided not to take
action on a petition requesting that sec
tion 85 be stricken out of the discipline.
.This section relates to certain passages of
scripture which recommend that women
do not wear precious atones and fine ap
parel. Cnmhcrlaad Presbyterians.
Birmingham, Ala., May 83. At the sec
ond day's session of the general assembly
of the Cumberland Presbyterian Chorch
of the United States Moderator Hawkins
appointed the usual committees, after
w hich came a flood of overtures and me
morials, among them being an invitation
for the next assembly to meet in Cuba.
All were referred. Reports of a highly
encouraging character were made on edu
cation of ministers, missions and Sunday
Baptist Blietionary Union.
Asbury Park, X. J., May 23. The elec
tion of officers of the American Baptist
Missionary Union resulted in the selection
of Rev. Henry F. Colby, D. D., of Ohio, as
president and Chester "W. Kingsley, of
Massachusetts, and Rer. D. D. MacLau
rin, of Michigan, vice presidents, with
Rev. Henry S. Burrage, D. D., of Maine,
as recording secretary.
HOW IT LOOXa TO BRADSTREET'S.
Business Situation Is Somewhat Mixed in
Its Pruminent Feature.
New York, M-v 23. Bradstrect's says:
The reactionary idency in prices,shrink
age in railroad earnings, falling off in
bank clearings, and the fact that tho pres
ent constitutes the beginning of the bo-tween-seasons
period, include tho more
conspicuous features of the general bust
ness situation. On the other hand, busi
ness failures have fallen off sharply. Gen
eral trade throughout the central west has
not met anticipations. Clothing orders
have dropped off two weeks earlier than
usual at Chicago, and the run of orders
for dry goods there is light.
A relatively more favorable report comes
from St. Louis that dry goods, clothing,
hardware and groceries are being sold in
increasing quantities for fall delivery.
Detroit and Milwaukee business interests
ore suffering from strikes. Tho most, fa
vorable report conies from Kansas City,
where tho movement of merchandise con
tinues relatively quite active. Mercan
tile collections are fair and trade pros
pects were never better.
Tho total number of business failures
throughout the United States this week
shows a marked falling off from the week
ly average during the past four months
816, as compared with 265 last week, 200 in
the like week of 1895, 237 in the third week
of May, 1S!M, nnd 247 in tho corrcsKinding
week of 1893. The total number of business
failures reported from tho Dominion is 28.
LATEST MOVE OF STRIKERS.
Want the State of Wisconsin to Fight Mil
waukee Mreet Railways.
Milwaukee, May 23. At a delegate
meeting attended by 150 representatives
of fifty trades, labor, Turner and other
organizations resolutions were adopted
calling on Governor Upham to summon
the Wisconsin legislature in extraordinary
session to take action on the strike nnd
boycott situation. It is desired that tho
legislature amend the state laws in such
manner that the charter of the Milwaukee
Street and Electric Railway company may
be rescinded or that tho city ofJMilwankee
can become the owner of the company's
property in this city.
The strike situation is practically un
changed. Cars are in operation on all
lines, but the boycott and fears of violence
prevent them being patronized. No at
tempt has been made to run cars Sundays
since tho street railway employes struck,
but tho company announces that it will
. start cars tomorrow as usual.
JIM CORBETT IN PERIL OF DEATH.
Crank Tries to Shoot Him. bnt the Boxer
Is Too Quick.
Little Rock, May 23. Jim Corbott
narrowly escaped losing his life at tho
hands of a wild-eyed crank armed with a
revolver at Hot Springs. As he was walk
ing along Central avenue a man suddenly
sprang from a doorway and facing tho
pugilist demanded to know if his name
was Corliett. "If you are Jim Corbett,"
the crank yelled, "I'm going to lick you
Corbett hesitated a moment nnd the
crank, with a quick movement, drew a
revolver from his pocket and pointed it at
Corbett's breast. Corbett, realizing the
situation, struck tho weapon out of tho
crank's hand, and seizing the man, held
him until an officer arrived.
Found Gnilty as a Fraud.
Chicago, May 23. James B. Leckle was
found guilty yesterday in Judge Gross
cup's court of using the mails for fraudu
lent purposes. Ieckie, who is the proprie
tor of Leckie's Detectivo agency and tho
Chicago merchants' police, is charged with
engaging men as watchmen and with re
quiring a deposit of from tM to $200 from
each of them, which he refused to return
when they left his employ, as they usually
did in the course of two or three days.
National League Base IlalL
Chicago, May 23. Scores on Eeague base
ball diamonds are reported as follows: At
Cleveland Boston 10, Cleveland 8; at
Cincinnati New York 4, Cincinnati 1; at
Louisville Baltimore 6, Louisville 6; at
Pittsburg Philadelphia 10; Pittsburg 6;
at St. Louis Brooklyn 3, St. Louis 8.
Not Worthy of His Jealousy.
J EFFER803C ClTT, Mo., May 23. George
Welburn. of Koch port, fatally stabbed
Frank Fisher, of Callaway county. Jeal
ousy prompted the attack. Welburn was
to have been married Thursday to Ada
Wells, who was persuaded to visit the
bridge celebration with Fisher instead.
Moew Dampness in Kamam,
BUKLISGTOK, Has., May 83. This sec
tion of the country was visited by a water
spout. Rock Creek, which flows through
the city, is out of its banks and has driven
many citizens 'oat of their homes. The
Neosho is rising and much damage will be
done. - ,
"toUj Paper for Wheelmen.
Xew Tore, May 23. The first daily
cycling paper ever published in the English
language appeared this morning. It is
tha Daily American Wheelman, published
here. This paper has been one of tbe lead
ing weekly papers devoted to wheeling in
terests for the last three years. It believes
tbe growth of cycling news renders it
neceeamry to i&jueja. Eager every day.
- Pee Batterers Praia Pttea.
. Dr. Redmond, a specialist in the
studj and treatment of piles and
rectal diseases, recentlv stated that
the Pyramid Pile Cure! the new dis
covery for the care of piles, was the
most remarkable remedy he had ever
sten or tried La one respect, and that
was. the instant relief experienced in
all cases, no matter how severe, from
the moment the lemedv was applied;
this, was the more surprising to him,
because he had carefully analysed
the preparation and no trace of
opium, cocaine or similar poison
could be detected.
Physicians look with great favor
upon the Pyramid Pile Cure, because
It is rapidly taking the place of sur
gical operations and because it is so
simple, so easily applied and con
tains no mineral or other poisons bo
commonly used in pile cures.
Dr. Esterbrook reports that the
Pyramid Pile Cure not only cures the
various forms of piles, bat never
fails to give immediate relief on the
first application, no matter how
severe the pain or discomfort may
People who have suffered from
piles for years are often astonished
at the instant relief experienced from
Hie first application. Another im
portant advantage is the fact that
anyone can use the remedy without
detention from business or intcrfer
ference with daily occupation. Sold
by druggists at 50 cents per package.
Send for free book on cause and
cure of piles.
How modi money win cutting tout
fud bill square in two thb year 'save
you? This is easy to figure. The
result win show you at a glance the
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I rf
ROC ISLklTD COCltTT, l"r'
IntheCireaU court in chancery, Sostembrr
8alie DickiDvra v Herbert Dickinson.
Affidavit of non-residence of the above defend
ant, Uerbtrt Dickirmon, bavins been flled in the
clerk's oOlce of tbe circuit conn of said county,
notice is her. forts heraby elvrn to the raid non
n. Ueut defendant that the complainant ned ber
bill of complaint In said court, on the chwecry
side thereof, on the Mb day of May. Ism and
that thereupon a 'iimiaon. twued ont of paid
com, turn-in .aid ,u.t I, now pcndm, return,
die on the first Monday In ih" moLth of Septem
ber next, as is by law required.
' Now, suite, you. 'he ,nM non-resident defen4
(int above nimed. Herbert Dickluroa. 'ball person
ally he and appear before paid circuit court, on
tbe Bret day of the next term thereof, to beholden
at Knck Itland in and for the said county, on the
nrat Monday in September next, and plead, answer
oril-mur to theaaid complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will l taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against ion accord
ing to the prayerof said bin.
Gkobob W. GaaaLB. Clerk.
Ttork Tslan l.rn . May J.18r6
8. H. Kexwohtut, Comp:ainaat's Solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
HOCK JSL4KD COOHTT, ( "
la tbe circuit e -met, in chancery. Fcrecloture.
General No. S999.
J. . Kohinson. tranee for Oecar A. Btrnhart
vs. Howard Chandler .nil Murr C. Chandler.
rublic notice it hereby eiren ihat in pursuance
of a decree entered by eaid court, in 'the above
entitled cause, on the IStu uay of hWy, A. D.
ISM, I. Elwin B. rannenter. msiter in chancery
of the .aid circuit conrt of Keck l.land cmrity.
w lion Saturday, the 7th day of June, A. i.,
1S9S. at tbe hour of 1 o'clock la the afternoon, at
tae north door of the court hoo.e, in the eity of
kor Iaiaud. in the said county and ftate. sell at
public vendne to the blKbeet bidder for
ca,b, all and singular, the following deecrlbnd
premises and rami estate In eaid decree mentioned
situated in tne county of Rock Itlacd and aute
of Illinois, or 10 much thereof a may be acee
earv to .atisfy said decree, to-wtt:
The wtst half H of tho northeast nunrter ,
nd the northwest quarter i, I of the southeast
quarter (V), all to.relk.n thirteenth (13 , town
ebip sixteen (Hi) north rai re five 5) v.-tt of the
41 h p. nt containing; 1:J0 acres more or less.
Hated May S3, 189. Clwi K. PnasTn,
Master in Chancery, Honk island county. 111.
8. B Kchwobtbt, Solicitor.
for Too. Frotedioi f
we positively state
that this remedy
does not contain
mercury or any other
Cleanse the Nanl pae
airee. Allays Infltmauv
tn. lira's tbe gores.
Protects the Membrtne
from l'o:es, Ktorrs
tbe naes of Ta-te and
nua'af a ninnarrii it
IT WILL CUBE.
A particle Is applied directly into the no'hiis
and 1 agreeanle. Price SO c nu at crugglata or
BLT BKOTHBR8. 58 Warren St.. New Tork.
rtiaao a wen
Ciina all ah-I A 0
raoirtrcss ths aaova
RESt'LTa l B BATA.
KnrvotiA lyksmnMum. eultii Hrmorv.
rarosia.nleopir'ii.mea,. Jointly bmtn-
atons. etc caused by paet abu-c, g-tvee vferur and atav
to ahrnnkn orjrn,, and quirkii etitaurcly rratonvi
jB.t Maaboed In old or young. .tply carr)d In T.-Mt
frork'.'t. rri'.cei.OOaparkaire. Six fore&.eewHa a
wrttl l ertarata taw,w a, i n,hta lHjn'l
eayoa imitation, but lt?iat ou harinaT LSUAPta. It
yonrnrnfrirtotbasnote'it it. we will mdJ it prepaid.
aWaratal MedUal C.rw. ttliaa., UX, a
SCLD at the Harper House Drue pharmacy
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.: by Wm. Clendeaia.
MOLUiS. IU aad other leadins druffieta.
ljoarr MAJS-Qoorr -i
Baauy. Quickly and Permanently
CsLssaaxxD Sasusa Ssmsst
f It la snM ca a positive
cniaraatee to cure any
k form ot aervoua pros
trarlcaor any disorder
' ct the gonltal Cleans of
- either ara. caused
Rarfirrw be excessive cse of
Tobacco. Alcohol or Opium, or on aooooaS
of yoatolol fndnereuoa or over irMnuawee etew
Diaaioera. Couvulaiorj Wakefulness, lleadarna,
Mental ix-pmrion. Poftmlnftottbe l;ra:n. Vteak
Memory, Jiearina; Down fains, Seminal U'eai'K,
Byetena, Nocturnal EmieaioM, fcpermaVrrti're.
Loaf of Power and InrpnUmry. which it ncTloctea,
Bay lead to pvem jtmeold aan and Inaaaity.
HaitivetyiroafmrMeed. iric. $ 1 .00 a box ; 6 boras
BorliOu. bent by mall on receipt of price. A wrtt'ea
wtta every VAaOoroerreee. red.
u a peranweat cue at not
''lOBmifXDICnOlOO, Detrott, Eki.
Seat by M. W. rVahneea. rare at- Rnrk latasd
a, Prfvata IHa-u, .r kMhY.i. a Kir.rr
atAurooft atFC. Co.,
a. axaar tut. tniiMmt,
win save you the first year in fud alone. The Range
wfll save you much more in providing wbolesorne and
digestible food for your table. This b a direct business
proipositiori. It is a sfjious proposition; as serious as
life is serious.
Take your pencil and figure:
then ask us to prove all that
we claim for the Majestic.
t II SZEZXOn SOB", Arents.
1615 Second Avenue. - - ROCK ISLAND. H.T..
X state or James T. Dixon, deceased.
neandenrigned having been appointed exeea
lor of the last will and testament of James
T. Dixon, lata of tbe county of Hock Island,
siata of Illinois, deceased, hereby elves notice
that be wUl appear before tbe county court of
Bock Inland county, at tbe oftce of the clerk of
said court. In tbe city of Hock Island, at tbe
July teim, on the first Monday la July next,
at which time all peraooa hsvins; claims against
said estate ate notified and requested to attend
fjr the purpose of having the name adjusted.
All persons Indebted to aald estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the an
aeratamed. Dated this Sth day of May, A. T. IW
Patrick Dixoa, Executor.
STATB OP ILLINOIS. I
Boca Iabaan Cocarrx. I
In the county court. May term. A . D , 18S6.
Catherine Scbafer, admlnietrauix of the eatate
of Christian debater, ieceaatd. petioner. ve.
Mary Fo'do f . 1 beodore Buldnrf, tteorae
t-chafr. Alice Hchafer, Catherine Kurtk, Wil
liam Knrtb. John echa'er. Mary Scbafer, James
Bchifer and Louise (jcbafer, defendants.
Petition to aeU real estate to pay debts.
To whom It may concern: Notice la hereby
riven that by virtue of an order and decree ff
tbe connty court of Reck Island county, Illinois,
entered c.n the petition of tbe under, ifjtwd.
Cat her Ire Scbafer. as administratrix of the es
tate of Chrlatlan acbafer, deceased, for leave to
eell tbe real catate of eaid deceased at amid May
term A. D. InM, of rata court, the underpinned
will on the 4th ay of Jane A. D., IMS. between
the houreof ten f10l oclock In the forenoon end
four (41 o'clock In the e'trrnoon of said day. to
wlt, at the bonr of two (Si o'clock p. m. eell at
public rale at the aoutb door of the court bonne
in the city of Rock island In said county and
late, to tbe hitneet and beet bidder tho rest es
tate described at follows, tow It:
South half ( H ) of lot five (&) and tbe north
fifty (10) feet of lot eight (8) In block seventy (70)
in Chicago or Lower addltioa to the city of (Mock.
Island and lota one (I) and two (3) la block three
(81 in Bailey Davenport's addition to the city of
noes teiana, an in tne city oi ttoca teiana. in tne
county of Rock Island and tbe state of Illinois,
Slid sale to be of paid real eatate exonorat- d of
all claim, right or Interne! therein on account of
dower and homestead In favor or the widow of
the said CUiial an bchefer, deceased. Terms of
Dated tb's Sth day of Way, ISM.
Administratrix of tba estate of . hrisUaa Scbafer,
C J. Bbabxb, Sollettov.
Sale of Real Estate.
By virtue of an order and decree of
the connty court of Rock Island coun
ty, Illinois, made on the petition of
tbe undersigned Charles Scbrelber, adminis
trator of tbe estate of Olaf A. Anderson deceased,
tor k-ave to sell tbe real eatate of said deceaeed,
t the May term, A. D.. lWS. of said court, to
wlt:onthellthdayof May 198, I shall on tbe
istb day of June next, between the houra of
10 o'clock In the forenoon aad 4 o'clock la the
afternoon of said day. to wit: at the bonr of
o'clock in Ibe afternoon of said day, sell at pub
lic sale, at tne south door of the court bou-e ia
the city of Rock I'laod, In aald county, all tbe iu
tercpt of pa d uU A. Anderaon. deceased, at the
time of bis disease, aad alao the bomeeUad and
dower Interest of tbe widow In and to tba real ea
tate described aa to lows, to-wil :
Beginnl' g at lb northeast comer of the sontk
half fe) of the noateast quarter (1)
of section number Sve (5), In town
ship number reventeea (I7i north, range
nnmherone (1) weet or the fourth (t) rriucipal
meridian, thence ,omh on eecU a line fifty (SO)
feet lor a euirting point; thenea west one hun
dred a .d twenty-t lent (118) feet, thence south
fifty (Ml) feet, thence caat one buncred twenty
eight (14) feet, thence norti fifty 50) feet to the
place of beginning. AH tinea to run parallel with
the correm ondlng aw Hon lines, rrperrli g a St no
twenty-eight feet (SB) feet wide on the eaut aide
for a mad. Being tbe premip-e now known and
described at kit number two 3 in block numhtr
fifteen ( IS) in Orlando nhlid'a addition to the city
of Moline, at designated on the recorded plat of
'aid addition, rat.j.ct to two mortgages ea fol
lows: One for three hundred sixty five dollars
f 3S. On) with interc't at aeven per cent from
July -3. lf"JI owned by Juliette Lndinfton. am
one for fifty dollars (ftu.floi with Interest then on
at tbe tata f evea per cent per annum and
owned by NelajJ. Neiaon, said above described
premiece beng eftuated In Rock lsiand county,
Illinois, on the followicg terma, to-wlr: lieu in
hand. Dated this IJtb nay of May A. n,VW
Administrator of ibe estate of Olaf A. Anderson,
Jackos A ntrasT, Attorneys.
Special Assessment Notice.
Notice Is hereby given to all oeveons Interested
thatlhecitycooreil of tbe city of Rock laland
hsving ortlared that theie be eonatru&ted in the
tsid ti y of Rock Island aa underground storm
drain aa follow, towit: Beginning at tbe fat of
Twenty -fourth atreet at the point of intersection
of the center line of said street with the Mtpeie
sipr.i river; thence southerly on or near the cen
ter line of aald Twenty-fourth etreattoaatake
two hundred and eiruty-two and sixteen-bnn-dredtha
(an IS 100) feet north of tbe center o
Nitth avenue (sa'd cenUr of Ninth avenue beina;
tbe Flar k and Bean Indian boundary line) and
twenty one and two-tenth S1 S-10 feet east of
the west aide of aald 1 wei f y-fonri h street ; thence
arnthrrly to a atake one hundred and forty-two
(Utj fe t north ef the center of said Ninth ave
nue and fourteen (14) feet east of the west line of
eaid Twent)-foarth atreet; thence southerly and
easterly in a curve, to which the last mentioned
line la a tangent, with a radius of oae hundred
and fon -nine and elgtat-tentha (149 S-101 feet for
o much of a circle aa will be measured b, ao arc
of one hundred and seven degrees and fifteen
miaotep; thence easterly along a tangent to said
curve, gfiy-els and sevewty-five auadredtba
(' TS-lOOr fret: Ibence easterly and southerly
along a curb, to which the last saentroned line la
a tar gent, with e radius of one band red and
aintv ihree and two-tenths (1S3I-I0) feet, for f
much of a circle a will he measured by aa ace of
e'ghtv-seven dtgrere and flfte,n minutes; thence
easterly along a tangent to said la-t mentioned
eutve eevenly-foer 7I feet, tbe ordinance for
tbe same being on file in the ofl!ee of the city
clerk, hive applied to the connty cooit of
Book Island connty, la the state of 1111
aois. for aa ass re meet of tbe costs of said
improvement according to besefi ta : and. a mmtmm.
ment thereof having been made aad retaraed to
seia oomi. me unsi Deartnz thereon will be Bad
at the June term of said court, eotaaurncinc
on Use first day ol Jane. A. D IMS,
AH per, me desiring may then end there ap
pesr and make their defenee.
"al'd at kork Uland, IUiaota. this tad day of
May. A D If,
J una Oai.wcn.sjs,
Children Cry for
THE TBAYELKB81 GUIDK.
PHIOAOO, BOCK ISLAaTD PAClriO
Ra11way-Tteaeta can be iin rhaaail or bar
gars checked at H I r TwentsKS etraet depot
or OB 1 P depot corner Fifth avenue and
twny-strsa errswtraaB M, rmi
Denver Limited sV Omaha.
Pt. Worth, Dearer sx S. 0.
Omaha At Dee Moines......
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tpmaaa J Mfnneapolis Bs.
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SV raul a Minneapolis
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tKaneaeolty Atn. Joseph.
tKock lsiand at Waahlngtoa
tcnteaeo at Dee Motaee
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.Uesberadatiy. Talepboae loal.
ftnntlay evenincs a I'nllmaa sleener win ne eg
the d'pot after H' JO. which will leave for Caica
go at 2: a . m. Monday.
BCBXtROTUM BOUTB O., B. At O. stAILf
way Depot First avenue and Binsantk
street, at. J. Yonna, agawt.
6t U, Springfiekl. Peoria,
Bur. Uuin via Monmestih
CbKaa-o. merllng, Cllnlon A
Peoria, Beardstoura, Bus
unston at weet ......
SU Paul A Minneatiolle
Sterling, cliutoo at Dubnqne
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A Pac Coast via Oaieab'rg IX pm S4S am
Dalir. tDaliy except Sunday.
PHIOAOO, MILWAUKEE ST. PACX
Railway Ractne at Beuthwastara Dtvnrlou
Depot Twentieth street, betwaea PUst aad
Second even nee, L. H. Oreer, Agent.
TRAINS. Laava. I Aaarra
Mull and Err leas . f 0 am! S'SOpm
8t. Paul Sxpreaa H a jq l u oam
Freight and Aceoatmodat'a. 8-uo am t:lam
Dally except Sunday.
Dock Island Pbobja Bailwat
' . rst Avwaae and TwmulaU (treat.
E. L, Goal, ageuu
Eastern Bx "Tbe Trilby". ..
Peorta til Louis MaU Ex...
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Paaweager trains leave C, M. L at P. (Molli a
avenue) depot five (5) mlaatee earlier thaa tins
girea. Trains marked e daily, all ether trains
'DUBUHOTOM. CEDAB BAPITld) 4t
Northern Pallway. depot foot aT brad
steeet, Daveaport, Jaa. Morton, (sen. Tkt i
Davenport Trstna. Lmvs Aaarva
Pa cni-or M. h4 :36 pm bl0:St aa
Freight b7a in 14 isj an
Wtatt Llborty Tra.as . tworth. tsoath .
Pasaeagai ..I bTUOam blO:'nV5
.. - Iaie:30pm s4 45vn
" No. .... j bT.Wom
sWjht. 1 bS pm IbllMOaa
a Daily, hually except Sunday, ttiotnf north.
fOoIng South ar.d east. No. IB rone beiweea
Cedar Kapida aad West Liberty.
To the East via the
R. I. & P.
Lv Rock Island... .M
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Tweatleth a Depot
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria carry throarb
coaches and sleeping cars on algbt
trains bo principle cities. .
Gen. Ticket Agent.
are the most rowrant. sirs, raoyrsr sad aa
iiasls. of this kind in tha market. The origiaal
and only r'nine Wohab'o aaLvaTioa. Aek
your droVglat if he dont keep them. Wrltaalrec
to cs and we will send it direct upon leontut of
price, SI, seated, by .mail uswpala. A. J. Heine
Foortk arena and TvBtj-taird atreet. Bock