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Tgg AKBUB, MONDAY. JVLT 6 189a
ft mm n 1 WaVi TL-wV-t.VVwVV'v t.'1
for Infants and Children.
OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric.
Baseman's Drops God.'n- i Cordial, many so-called Soothing 8jTups. and
nonet remedies for ciaUta are composed of opium or morphine i
pa) Taw Kaerw that optum and morphine are stupefy-ins- narcotic poisons
P Tea K.WQW that to Bust cuatrtes druggists are not permitted to kII rwrcoucs
rttaoot labeling than poisons
Do Tow Kiow that yoa ibouU not permit any medicine to M gitea your child
fjaleee yoa or your pbytk-iaa know ot what It U composed T
Pn Vnw Know that CutorJ Is a purely TofcfcUibta preparation, aud that a list aC
ka Ingredients i published with wj bottle f
TVo Ton Knntr that Cartorta la the prescription of tUt famous Dr. Eaniuel Pitcher
That It has been la as for nearly thirty years, aid that mure. Csatoria If now sold than
ft aD other remedies for children ccmt.ined t
Po Yon Know that tia Pafe-nt Of.lce Department of the tinted Plate, and of
..her countries bare Issued exclunive right to Dr. Pitcher and hi assigns to use the word
"Casterla" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a rule prison offense 1
Po Yon Ksiow that one of the reasons f it granting this government protection vr J
wsceuaa Castorla bad been proven to be abaolateJy aarmlwaa?
P Tan Know that 33 average doses of Castorla are furnished for 24
eats, or one cent a dues f
Pn Tarn Kviayw that when rosswod of this perfect praparatluo, you children mar
a kept well, and that ) JO may have ualffoken rest f
Well, naoo taint;, are worth snowing. They are facta.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla
OUT OF THE BUCK.
Democratic Entries Show
in Front of the. Race.
THE DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL PRIZE
Bland and Boies Are Now Leading
Neck and Neck, (or
feller's San at Chicago Said to Have Set la
Spite of a Speech Made at Denver That
Almost "Lines, Him Ca eat the Tariff
lease Poll of the Illinois Delegatloa
Said to Show Thirty Votes for Bland, bat
the Poll Questioned Senator Hill to Be
Pat Forward for Temporary Chairman
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsii & Walsh, Specialists
Of the Chicago MoiKonl Ids tit a to reruanuntl looted in Davenport, lows
1 mm m mm n i nis I Jat : t ma: . ni a laA'r
DU. T. M.
Formerly Clinical Pronator la twanf Chicago's
lewdtiut tnedir.al eolieiree.
DR. J. E. WALSH,
Late nf CtKearo, formerly Bnrgeon-Ui-Cbtaf n
M. Anlbony's rlosp'tal.
NHIVOU3 UKIULITY Eithanstive draini, ilecplessneBs, threatened ln
ani'y, wek mrmsry, cental aelaslona, or any othor condition due to nervous exhaustion,
CATARKH lyiwpiia, Anthma, .Rhonmntlom, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
1 Miner. Liver and skin dlsesses can be qnickly and permanently cored by ooz advanced sys
tem of Btclicme.
VARICOCKI.F Is the mot aotive cause o( nervous debility. Why treat
month w'.ih oiher wh-n we rnsrsntee yon a permanent cere In seven dsys by our painless
pt"-feuu r njaroccte curca in luree usys no pan
should consult u-
t able to en re yon. Bnnrlcal
ouriiii p. riormv a i your Dea-- If dui-ird. Abcominsl ana Drum sargcry a specialty.
UK CKKDKN TIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous at
knowlfMlrrmeM we bin rewlvel from tue nawnDitnen for oar remarkshla cares In both
srd c.-l and infc) tvm In proof cnnclnsive that our mivsnoed methods cure where all
other fat!. Taertfnro, it ni vrite ttme with oun-r,bnt eonsnit as st once and regain
wr M Imltli. Tb rc It s maii m everv diteate lhat vou ci.n be cored, tlave yon nassed
that ftat If aot, dj pot rirri:nuat anv losifer, bat c .ne-nlt n at once, furthermore, we
uner i,ni u aaron prcmiiir our tredentuut falM. V) e make it an object lor yon to in1
turata oare, Mo other tptclal j orlor you sneb a fair proposition.
o ONLY CUKABLE CASES TAKEN o
If too eaanet call, writs, llonitn as oared by null. Uoartl to 12, S to S, T to t. Bokdsy
11 :sv to i :s.
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WOMEN Snfferitif' from li semes peculiar to their sex
se have rnrrd many tuftm given up bope'et. and we may be abH
Chicago, July 6. Whatever may hap
pen tomorrow or later down at the Coli
seum, the leading candidates before the
Democrats gathered here this morning, for
the prcsidcntinl nomination that is to be
bestowed by the national Democratic con
vention, are Bland and Boies. The feature
of yesterday was the seeming utter col
lapse of the Teller boom. The talk of the
existence of a senatorial "cabal" plotting
to secure Teller's nomination aroused
among many of the incoming delegates
a feeling of most bitter and passionate re
sentment and the cry was heard every
where that the nominee must bo a Demo
crat. It was considered almost treason to
suggest Teller. This strong revolt against
what is deemed an attempt at senatorial
iietation seeni9 to have checkmated the
"cabal." As the free silver Republican and
Populist leaders realize that the game is
slipping away from them, they are in
clined to. grow ugly in their desperation.
And' Teller Was Getting in Line.
This collapse is doubtless aggravating,
especially as Teller has just removed the
last political objection the Democrats
could have urged against him the tariff
objection. Being for free silver, against a
"force" bill and for a reformed tariff there
does not seem anything more to be de
sired, for these are three nf the funda
mentals of Democracy. The Colorado
senator last night delivered an address in
the Auditorium at Arlington nark. Den
ver. The Welsh people of the state built
the auditorium for their eisteddfod and
they invited Teller to say what he pleased
not conllne himself to the dedication.
but go into politics at will.
Treneut Tariff m 1'rotective One.
After the senator dedicated the pavilion
he referred to "vicious legislation concern
ing our monetary system for the lasi
twenty years," and said: "If somebody
tells you that it is a tariff that you want
let me tell you that you have a biirgc
tariff now, than you had under the Repub
lican tariff of lssi. It is a protective tariff,
too. Wc nil know that it is not the cause
of your distress, but that it isour monetary
Rvstem. The system now existing is put
ting us in competition with all the low-
priced labor of the world. Our monetary
system gives them 100 per cent, prolit be
cause of the rates of exchange, jio tariff
will prevent it."
lie Miint lie a Democrat,
But the feeling is too strong hero now
in favor of a Democrat and the candidate
must be a Democrat "from way back"'
no new comer from another party, much
less one who though in sympathy with
the Democratic majority would hardly be
willing to adopt the name. SStill as things
stand it It very aggravating to the silver
outsiders ti see the tide turning away
from Teller nnd they have begun to pre
dict defeat if a Democrat is nominnted, on
the ground that no matter how disposed
they might be to support a Democrat ou
a free silver platform their friends in the
western states would not follow them bag
and baggage into tho Democratic party.
ICcasonino; with the Popttlixt.
The Populists could with difficulty lie
restrained from issuing an uddress saying
that they could not support a Democrat.
Ihev were met with the argument that if
their professions of devotion to the silver
cause were not hollow pretenses they
must join hands with the Democrats iu
an attempt to' elect a candidate on thnt
issue. So far as the silver Republican
bolters are concerned it was argued that
if tliev walked out of the St. Louis con
vention because of their convictions they
must choose, if the Populists carried out
their threats, between tho nominee of a
party that controlled well nigh half the
votes in the country and the nominee of
the Populist convention at St Louis. A
Idler interview from Denver saying that
he would support the nominee of this con
vention completed their discomfiture.
drnwal of the Illinois delegation after the
nourish of trumpets with which its arrival
was aunonnced might prove disastrous.
The Matthews boom seems to have been
shattered by a row in the Indiana delega
tion between the gold and silver delegates
over the question of retiring National
Committeeman Sheerin. It Is evident
Matthews made, perhaps, a fatal blunder
in insisting that several of his personal
friends, who were for gold, should go on
the delegation. The Blackburn boom
does not seem to be progressing, but John
K. McLean is developing into power in
the convention. Although his friends are
quietly urging him for the first place on
the ticket, it is well understood tnat his
aim is to secure the nomination for vice
The managers of the Boies campaign
say they ore much encouraged by reports
from their scouts and skirmishers who
have been canvassing incoming delega
tions They declare that Boies is the sec
ond choice of two-thirds of the silver dele
gates. On the other hand the Bland forces
eld a caucus yesterday at which nearly all
the western votes were claimed for Bland,
and ''Buck" Hinrichsen spoke strongly
for the Missourian. v
furnish all the campaign funds that are
needed. These advances are met with a
firm bat ooarteoas refusal by some of the
silver leaders, who simply reply that there
can be no compromise.
Notes of the Convention.
Ex-Governor Boies arrived in the city
Saturday,' just to show himself to bis
friends from various parts of the country.
He returned home yesterdny.
Senator Jones, of Xevada, is here doing
what he can to '-unify the silver forces-
Toe "tide-stemmers" from the east are
not making much headway.
The question of a silver caucus to agree !
on a presidential caudidate is not yet set
The only thoroughly dovdoped candi
date for the vice presidency so far is Judge
Jackson, of the supreme court. He is an
Mrs. Ellen B. Ferguson will be the only
woman who will occupy a seat in the con
vention. She is an alternate from Utah.
NATIONAL COMMITTEE MEETING.
SO NOW IT IS BLAND OR BOIES.
Begins Its Formal Work at Noon Today
The Temporary Chairmau.
National Chairman Ilarrity has called a
meeting of the Democratic national csm
mittee for noou today for the transaction
of such business as may be necessary in
connection with the temporary organiza
tion of the convention, preparation of the
temporary roll of delegates, and selection
of a temporary chairman. Previous to the
meeting the national committee will get
together at ID o clock. Ihis meeting, Ilar
rity says, will be held only for the purpose
of distribut ing tickets of admission to the
members of the national committee and
delegates. The temporary chairmanship
mutter is the most interesting question
the committee has to tackle and the only
man the committee has in mind at this
writing is David Bennett Hill, of New
Hill is the choice of the national com
mittee nnd is also the one mfen from the
east of national prominence who is will
ing to test his popularity before the con
vention. It has been claimed by the gold
men that the silver friends of Hill in both
house and senate, many of whom are dele
gates to the convention, would have
sufficient strength, and would use their
influence t secure his election us tempor
ary chairman, if he .should be named. But
it is now weil unticrslood that- silver men
will not vote for anybody but a silver man
for chairman. Silver men whoare friends
of Hill called uMin him and urged him
not to allow his name to lie used, and not
to place himself i:i a position where he
might lie humilitited by being defeated.
They assured him that they liavc a hiirh
regard for him. and that it would be dis
agreeable to have to vote against him.
Xi til expresses the Ix-iicf that if the con
vention adopts a silvor platform there
will sandy lie a llt, and he thiuks that
if conservatism is shown the bolt will l)e
much reduced. Hill's policy is conservat
ism. The gold men held a big mass meet
ing the in Auditortim Saturday night, but
Hill wasn't there, though there vcra ,iiiii)
people who exiiectcd to hear him speak
and nuiny of wlioiu kept tho house noisy
.it times wi;h cries ot "Hill, HiSl." St'li
he cam not. The sneaking war, dorm by
ex -Oovrnor Kuss.'!l, ex-Uoveriior J-Tower
mid other prominent Democrats and the
key of it all was inability ot the speakers
aim those tney represented to vote tor a
free silver man.
Hill is doing the sphinx act to a large
extent. hiie he is constantly advising
conservatism on the part of the silver
men he has given no pledges that be
would make a conservative siiech. if se
lected to preside over the convention. Il
ls very much under the impression that he
would lie elected if selected by the nation
al committee, although every dtdegation
from the south and west which hiss re
cently arrived joined in tho declaration
previously made by the silver men on the
ground thnt they would not accept any
body but a silver man for temporal ciiair-
num. Leaders who are here say that even
they were disposed to stand by Hill
thev would find it imiMissible to control
the delegations from their states, who are
determined that none but a lti-to-1 man
A secret meeting of the leading silver
men was held last evening. 1 he confer
ence was devoted exclusively to a canvass
of the situation with reference to the se
lection of a temporary presiding officer,
and a majority of those present announced
themselves as favorable to the selection of
Senator White. It is understood, however,
that this action is in no sense binding as
to hite, but the selection will be finally
made by tho full silver committee this
afternoon, after lieing passed upon at a
previous meeting of the steering commit
tee. I he idea of accepting liul uiu not
have a single advocate.
TELLER STATES HIS POSITION
Be Is Still a "Kreeptlvr" Candidate Before
the Chicago Convention.
Denver, July 6. "There Ts not a word
of truth iu It," said Senator Teller when
asked regarding the report at Chicago
that he had written to Governor Alt geld
that he would not permit his name to go
before the Democratic convention. I
have not changed my attitude from w hat
it was at St. Louis in tho least, contin
ued the senator. "There, at the earnest
solicitation of many gentlemen silver
Republicans, who have left the party like
myself, and Democrats and Populists I
ron rented that my name might be used in
connection with the presidency at Chicago.
"I told them frankly that I had no
claim upon the Democratic party. Be
yond that I did not consider my nomina
tion by its convention as possible. Never
theless if, as my more than partial friends
thought the Democratic delegates might
believe that my candidacy would more
likely bring to the ticket the necessary
electoral vote than would that of one of
the life-long members of the party. I
would leave the mutter in their hands and
trust wholly to their discretion and pa
this year in valuable
articles to smokers of ,
Yon vri'l Pnd one rocpon in
fMc cub. i-ouuoc bajj, nnd two
cotipoi; infiilc each 4 -ounce
l ag. f!u;-n !::j;, read the cxuipoa
an-l r.c2 how to :ct tout idiare.
! Sir.ektRsTobacca Marin.
T. t- '
K state of John F. Bollman. deceased.
The ntidcr-Urned hsrine been rtpnolntcd admin
istratrix of 'lie cerate of John K. B"l!raan
iate of the county of Koev, laiand.
state of Illinois, dcocaaad. hereby rrtvea nottre
bat r-he will appear before the oonntv court
of Hncklfiand county, at tpe ornre of the clerk
of said e'lurt, In the city of Hock Island, at the
Almost term, on the Brat Monday in A u cast
next, at which time all pr-raom bavins claim
airamat eid ev-tate are notified and rqneird n
attend, for the porpeee of having the same adjusted.
an pcTKms mii-Md t aa'a etata are re
quested to make imstediate navment to the na-
Dated thla tsth day of May A. D.. I!.
nuts, luaui noLLHan, Aomuiietreinx.
CLEVELAND WRITES TO TAMMANY.
Is Sure the Society Will Stand Stanehly by
the Gold Standard.
New Yokk, July f. The feature of tho
Tammany celebration of the Fourth was a
letter from President Cleveland, the pith
of which is: "The high and firm financial
ground which we have thus far been able
to hold should not bo abandoned In the
pursuit of a policy never attempted with-I to rwdiwharved.
out national linurv. ana wnose iiriirni I "-"
promise of individual benefit has never
He expresses his confidence that Tam
many will stand for "sound money" and
"will not fail to be heard in warning and
protest on an occasion which csikx tally
inspires patriotism and at a time when
the felicitations of our people appropriate
to IndeiK'iHlciiec Day are mingled with
Notice of Final Settlement
state of Daniel Kenstcrmacher, Deceaeed.
Pontic notice ! hereby triyen that the nnd er
Signed, KoN-rt Piisn, -exec a tor, ha Ihis
nay Sled his filial report and settlement
ip sncn in m ronniy conn ci tiocm
eland coiintv. al.d that an order bas been
entered by and conn appnivine the eaid re
port, unless oMeetKf! titcreto or cause to t
contrary be shown on or before the Kth day
of June. A. 1. ltA, and npon the final an-
pmval of eaid report, the eaid Hubert Doooan will
asa Tor an oraer or ntsirimuwa. ana wiu ao aa
All persous iaierosied are no-
Bock ls-aod, 1.1- June 1, ISMS.
By C. t. PiABi.r, Attorney.
HKATtwa AMD WBNnlATlsja KMOtwakaXS
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These Two Receive Large Acquisition as
the Indexations Arrive.
The revolt against the "cabal unques
tionably has had the effect of liastening
declarations by arriving delegates in
favor of the two leading candidates
Bland and Boies and both claim large
acquisitions The boomers for both have
also begun arriving in force, and the head
quarters are besieged by marching clubt
headed by brass bands and countless
thousands of shunters who have followed
in their wake. It is a question whether
island or uoies nas Deen trie larger gainer
br the developments The Iowa candi
date's managers have received many as
surances of support from the south and
west, and although Bland is still hailed
. . . . nan oenuaeu u io iur canuiaaieana
1 nitty LapitOl tt eaters in USe undoubtedly gaining ground, he has some
weak points in the present arrangement
of his lines.
An occurrence that gave Bland a big
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Offices la BOCK ISLAND sad MO LINK
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A Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
C Thev sreemejpl, n'e at certain in rm't The reaalne (Dr. fnsr.1 ever dlaap.
aouil. KMtej,eare,Si.va. AJilfaai I'milouuiiUL. Chw.uad.ft
Kof sale by Harper House I'liaimary and A. J. Keiss, druggists, Rock Island, Id.
8EIVER3 & ANDERSON
COOT FETORS and BUILDERS.
all ktads at earpavvai
WMt enae oh go .ft .Mi
eiid sUf.MTt3ott fraMes
Oir.oe and shop 71! Twelfth etramt
boom was the action of the Illinois dele
gntion in officially announcing that thirty
out of the forty-eight delegates had de
clared their intentien to vote for Bland
It was scmi-ollicially announced that
thirty out of the forty-eight would give
support to John tv McLiean for the second
place on the ticket. The announcement
caused a commotion at the headquarters
of various delegations Its authenticity
was doubted for a time and the legitimate
character of the declaration is now
questioned. It was based on a poll of the
delegation engineered by Hinrichsen,
after he had secured a statement from Alt
geld that the latter would abide by the
will of the majority.
Altgeld men now challenge tbe
curacy of the poll and throw out an in
timation that sharp politics were resorted
to. One of Altgeld' s purposes is to secure
the adoption of a plank in the platform
condemning federal interference in .the
local affairs of states Tbe doubt cast on
Altgeld' attitude furnishes cause for
anxiety la the Bland camp. The withe
TROUBLE OVER THE PLATFORM.
Gold 3Ien Take Advantage of Disputes to
Secure a Compromise.
the silver men over the rivalries naturally
created by candidates, and there is also
dissension over the platform. Many ot
the leaders strongly favor a single declara
tion for free silver and the practical ig
noring of all other questions. The tariff
question, especially, they desire to be
h imlled eiagerly, lest It drive from them
the free silver Republicans who are mod
crate protectionists. Others, on the other
hand, think there should oe a regular
Democratic platform covering all the
pending issues of the day.
Some even lavor a raiticai tonn plane
The gold men, led by Whitney, profess to
be encouraged by the outlook. Having
failed to make an impression on the solid
phalanxes of silver their purpose seems to
be to srir up strifo and take advantage of
such dissensions as may develop. The
great advantage which they possess Is
their compactness "We are a well or
ganized force." said Don M. Dickinson,
"e are fizhting an unorganized mob re-
selved on only one thing a declaration for
the free coinaire of silver."
Such a declaration they cannot hope to
prevent, but they are now using an in
genious argument to secure a compromise
on the platform aud candidate. They tell
the leader that if a Democrat is placed on
a silver platform the silver Republicans
of the west will ubandon them and the
eastern Democracy will be destroyed, and
they be left high nnd dry with only silver
Democratic support and without tbe
sinews of war either from the east or west.
They tell them, therefore, that they are
confronted with the alternative of nomi
nating a Republican to got the support
and aid of tiie silver mine owners or of
yielding to the demand for a compromise
from the east, which latter event, they
argue, will keen the iKauocracy intact and
"Cola" Harvey is Very Raah.
Lexington-, Ky., July 0. "Coin" Har
vey and Roswell P. Horr gave a joint de
bate on the silver question at the Ken
tucky Chautauqua, nnd Harvey ' put his
foot in if as it were. He made his break
when he said the silver question wus so
simple that children and women could
understand It. The Chautauqua women.
nearly nil being woman suffragists were
highly indignant over this intimation
that they knew no more than children.
and they were loud in their expressions of
Waite Bolts the 1'opuliMs.
Denver, July 0. Ex-Governor Waite
made a dramatic exit from the state
Populist convention accompanied by
eight-three delegates Tho ex-governor
represented tho minority faetion from
Arapahoe county, which was not allowed
a place In the convention, aud he took oc
casion to denounce the gathering as
illegal, stating that he would carry an
appeal to tho national convention at St.
Louis on July 22.
Ferry Reluiout Hurries to Chicago.
New York, July 6. Hon. Perry Bel
mont, who arrived from Europe on La
Tourniue Saturday, has left for Chicago
to attend the national Democratic con
DEED OF A JEALOU3 WOMAN.
Mad Diabolism That Sends Herself and
Daughter to Eternity.
IIILLSBORO, Ills., July f. Mrs. Robert
Young, residing with her husband and
family at Donnellson, ten miles south of
this city, locked herself and her 10-year-old
daughter in a b-droom and after saturat
ing the lied with kerosene ignited it, burn
ing herself and daughter to death. The
house was entirely consumed.
The husband, who occupied another
apartment, succeeded in getting their
other five children out of the building
alive. Mrs. Young had been exceedingly
jealous of her husband for several months,
and it is thought that this caused tem
STATS OF !L1.T'018. I
Kocb launn Coestx, I
In the connty conn a ibe Ifavterm. A.P, lSHft.
IteluLold Lc'itIi, v 1 homia b. bdvis, kicbard
a. siivip. w ill-am r. iimok.
Affidavit that tbe reeidence of the defend
ant. William S. Brooks is pot known and tnat
npon didgent inquiry bin plaee of reidi-nee can
not r e ronna, licpieacert wnn in eanve oerena
ante. Thomas S. r":lvi and Ri'-hud 8. Hllri hav
ni been tiled in the clerk's office of fl,e circuit
court of said ro'jrtiy, notice 1 trwrt-lore hTrhy
Kivvn 10 tiie Atd non-n-siccr.t gi rcnaant mat tne
complainant Sled his Mil of cosr.laict in said
court, on the cli-mcerv vtde thereof, on tne
ISth day of Aiir'l. ltrS. and that tlHsrennon a snm-
mone isnoeu o:t or rata court, v nerem esia ea 11
Is now ptndine. rt-ttirnariie on the l:rrt Mondity
in the momn of September next, as is by law re
,"i(iw, nmeeff yon ine pain non-reriof-ni up-
fendant above named, William g. Brooks,
shall personally be and appear before said r.rcuit
court, on ti e first day of tne next term thereof.
to oe noiiK-n at nor iviana in ami lor ine saia
county. 00 tli cnrr-i Monoayin September next.and
fileed, anwcr or demur to toe said complainant's
, i'.l of eomp'.ilnt. the same end tbe matter and
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way Depot Fust atsase and fiixtee-aia
streM. M. J. Ytraiat, acent.
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bailv. tDallf except Sunday.
puiCAOo, KiLWArsKB a sr. raoi,
, rlstlwey-Kertne a Sesthwveteni Division
-Depot lwentleth street, bwtweea risst mtA
Seeoni aveaLM. 1 R. (rreet. Agetit.
Mall and FTT-Trea
St. Pa-si Errroes
Freight snd Ancomrajdai'a.
Daily except Saaday.
Dock Islawd a Paoaia KaiLwar
thing t ert-in cbarced and s ated will be take
as eonf epst-d, and a decree entered against yoa
accordine to the prayer or ia mit.
Moca ialano,luH April 11, ivjk.
btowii w. uaast.B. Clerk.
STtrassoa A V aasnaLL, Itomplalnaatv bolicltors.
I.eirr Hi. "Trie Trilhv". .
Expreee.. 7! .
PeorlsAcenm. Pm Icht.'.JIi.
Id wi pes
11 :i am
4 'fin na
Paawetieer trains leave
put five ) mlnstes eatlter tbaa iitmm
avenue 1 de
given. Train marked
naiiy except rur.oay.
. K. L a P. tMollDe
daily. aU etaet traias
In the County court. ,Ts" term, A. D. ItaH.
.'bsr.es II. brnn :enlurr v. Mary A. Oltt.
widow, J.-mile Den, Jacob VT. Ollt, Madid
Phillip, harnh Aduma. :aivin t.itt. jonn K.fcltt.
Core Klli. liia Ely. W ill um Oitt and Oeoiye A.
Wiceins aan.ir.'.irator or eataxe or ausakeut
Petition to sell re al estate to nay dents
To the a've nam d defendants. Matilda
Phillips fcerah Adams, Calyia Gut and William
Affidavit of the non-ro'ncnre or yoa. Matilda
Philhpe, t alvin Oi;t and Wtil aro nitt, and sfflda
vlt tied yon, Saiah Adams cannot be found, o
that process can bu served npon yon, and thai
niion d' iL'ent Initufry yonr pliee of rc'den-a
cannot be aorrtaint-d. notice Is hereby riven to
you and each of yoa that the a'xve named P"tl
tinner ha Sled in tne said conn uls ue-
tilion ssainrt yoa tor leave to sell real estate to
oev dente : tnat a eutnmon ha teen isvned In
Mi l cause avalnrt yoa, returnable to the June
term, A. D 1WS, of said contt, and
that sata cau'e was on ine nrt oay
or Jnne. A. D. lHus by eaid court con-
tinn-d to the Auutiet term of esid eoart Iv rc
liecun snd bonlen al the conn honee in the cur
of Rock Island. 1o eaid county ot Hock Island, on
the nr-t Moncay 01 AuguM, a. u. I-ss at
which time snd p ace nn will appear and plead.
answer or demnr to sa'd petition if yoa see St.
Dated at Kuck Is'and,IlI..ttil 1-t day or June.
A. D., lSro. MJ.SU KOBLIS
Clerk of taid Ivrnntv Ooirt
SwaxxcT a Waikxs (Solicitors for Petitioner.
- hanWn t-l
street. Dsvenuun. Ja
Fourth of July at Chicago.
Chicago, July 8 The Fourth of
July celebrations In Chicago resulted
in two deaths Injuries to many per
sons and caused a number of fires,
though not as large a number as usual.
Neither was the casualty list compara
tively large. There were two fatalities
Mickels Peterson, killed by a projectile
from a toy cannon, and Skebbie, also
a victim of this "toy." There were about
three dozeu other casualties some of
which will prove fatul.
Rowing Races at Qnlncy.
Quixcy. Ills.. July The annual re
gatta of the southwestern Rowing as
sociation ended yesterday afternoon with
Quincycarryingoff the honorsinevery race
contested. The pretested Jnnlorfour-oared
race was rowed over and won by the
South Side club, of Qulncy. The Senior
four-oared race was also won by the South
The Mar Who -Held the Fort,'
BUBLIXGTOS, la., July 6. An immense
crowd of people saw the unveiling of tbe
heroic equestrian statue of Major General
John M. Corse, the hero of Altoona Pass,
at Crapo park, Saturday. The statue is a
magnificent bronze, a beautiful piece 01
Onr Mew Style of Ctrl.
St. Joseph. Mo.. July 6. Spencer Tal
bot was fatally stabbed by Rose Wilson
because he placed a firecracker under bar
chair aa she sat at home reading a book.
Xhe girl is in jail.
Special Master's Sale
STATE OP ILLINOIS, I
Boca Ilawi Cocn-nr. I "
In tbe circuit court, in chancery. Bill for
William Prey, complainant, v. Peter Prey and
Catherine ninait irar, ccl-li-nms.
Notice is her"hy eiven thut hy vitue of s de
cree of said court, entered :n the above cl. t iled
;o-e. en the 4'b day of June-. A. D. IrdeV I
ha)l. n Sitt-Tdtr. ine lr-h day of -fulv. A
D. 1S96. at the hour of so'cloek in tbe afternoon.
at the ncntli door of the conrt boner. In tne city
of Keck Inland. In raid county of Kk Inland.
sell at pnhlic veaone, to the hizl.eet biuder.
tltoee certain parcel c.-f laud, ntuate in the
county of it- a iriand and alateof Illinois known
and deacrioea as toiiow:
ixjt number (our 14) in block number two (xi In
that tart of the city of Hock Diaud known and
called Lynde'e addition, eltuaU-d la the county of
Itock lalnd and etate of Illinois.
AIo the weat tit 10 feet of Vd one (II In
block number one (11 in Slid Lynda's addition
and tot number tour 14) In brock enmuer two
in lioward's sd-otlon to tbe said city of Hock
laland. the Iat I wn n,ecee of tiroic-rty betne need
a one piece of propMrty situated in lite county of
Koca I'laad ann a'eoT Ulinoia
Also lot number four 4l In blk number llv
(5) in that part of the city of lt"Ck I viand called
brue'f riace. sitnahe in toe county ot koc 11
no and state of Illinois oa the fut.owlng terau,
Oue-tl ird (i-Z) cash in hand sad the balance in
two qua! payments o b- ec.te4 by notes and
mortpawes on the prenuee aold. sa d Botes to
bear inurest at the rae of 7 per cent per ennurn
and to be due ia one 1) snd two (J. years f "tn
the Sate of .d sale snd pay4ie to aaia speus.
Dated at Pnrk Island. Illinois. Mis r.b or
Kt-oesc Br. Sterelal aaster
Swnxrr a Wai asa, Boiioturs lor complainant
rarnnwaq pwe tjor e saoRpojd if ' "waaoj
a.taogsnj esn ssnu noputdmuo pmimai
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Oedar Kapids and West LIbetty.
PASSEli &ER SERVICE
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Li dm east of Pet ns ctrTT throara
coaches and sleeping oars or Rlgkt
trains to principle cities.
Gea. Ticket Af aat.
sj'aajte or imTATin.a
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