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Tim ATOCT, TTEDKBSbA JVLtY-Q: 1CCX
How .a Daring American Impos
tor Fooled the Parisians.
HE WOBIXD THE KEWSPAFEBS.
for Infants and Children,
PHOTHERS, Do You Know thai rareeoria.
Jj VaJ BMtum'l Drope, Godfrey 'a Cordial, many kKtiH Soothinc Brrupa, ana
most remedies fur children are composed of oilum or morphine
P Tea Kbw that opium and morphine are stupcfTinc narctitic miaous f
Po Tw Haww that la most ouun tries druggists are oot permitted to sell aarcottos
Without labeling them poisons f
Jit Turn Ksisw that 70a ahooM not permit any medicine to be given your child
ulna j 1111 in j inir nlijiirlsn nn a- of Trtiil II ' r " T
Pa Tw Know that Caatorla If a purely TeccUbla preparation, and that a um nt
Be tacradiaou r pnhlnhed with srery bottla t
Pa) Tea Kainr that Castorla a the prescription of the f stoops Pr Bamoel rttcber.
That It has been la dm for nearly thirty jean, and that mora Castona I bow Bold thaa
all other remedies for children combined f
Pa Tea Kiw that tha Patent Offloa Department of the fritted States, and nf
that couatriee, have Issued exclusive right to Dr. Pitcher and hla assign U use tha word
" Caatorla " and Us formula, and that to imitate them to a state prlaon offense 1
Po Yea Know that one of the masons tmr granting this government protection aa
because Caefea-ia had bean proven to be absolutely ksimlouf
Pw Tea Know that 35 Tarawa dnaee of Caatorla are furnished for ISb
aeate, or oaa cent a doe t m
Po Yoa Knee T that when pnaanam of this perfect preparation, your children mar
ra kept well, aad that yyi may have uabrokm rest f
Wall, Ilia tMags are worth knowijg. They are facta.
i With Tbalr Assistance Ba Was rrnalalsil
tha Diamond Kins; From Uracil aad Sold
Bogus Gems to tha French KoWUty A
Pair of Clever Bnacale,
The diamond mines of Brazil have been
but little less famous than those of Gol-
rontla, in India, and fortunes were made
from them .generations before the South
African diamond fields at Kimberley were
A few years before the downfall of N-
I poleon III the erase for diamonds increased
In Paris, the Due do Morny and other no
blemen and capitalists spending fortunes
I In adding to their stock of this precious
stone. About this time there appeared In
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
-COLONEL PEDRO nOXZAT.ES.
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not, consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of tha Chicago Modiual Institute I'ct u-euantlT located la Davenport, lowh
P"wiOfly Cil steal Pro'
leed'ad medical oo.iegve.
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. Yt ALSH.
DS. J. E
Latent Chicago, formerly Surgon-t47liu.r
n uuwnji ttoapitai.
C O J trU I vTV X I o :sr FPEE.
NKRVOUA DKUILITT Kihanstive drains, ilceplessnees, threatened In
sanity, weak memory, meaial aslasiotif, or any other condition Sas to Brroai axhsattlon,
CATAKU1I )ysppiA, Asthma, Rbeomatlsm. Scrofula. Srphilia, Blood.
Kldi-y, Llcr and Skin dKeaaes can be akly and parmane&tly cored by our advanced sys-
VAliICOCKLK Is the moat active cause of nervous debility. Why treat
mmtth with other whra we yaarantee yon ft permanent care In seven days by our painless
nwuwftjr iifunct-w curea ta laree nays no pals.
WOMKN SurTering from ditteaee peculiar to their sex should consult ns.
We hT cated mny eaara riven up a hnreless, snd we may be able to cure yoa. ttargioa)
iilKiauvn ivcriuruicu rur name u acnirea. Aouomuuu ana nnun voTKery a specialty.
uu ur.i'r.a 11A1.& ana Jt!iimoiiliviB are the Uest lbe numerous ao
kanwlel(rments we have received from the tiewspapers for oar remarkable cares In both
medical sad firv'oil rafts Is proof conclntve thtt oar advanced methods core wheTe all
ether, rail. Tnercfnre, on weete time with otnera, bat conealt as at once ai.d retrain
yar Iom hoalth. There is a W7e in every disease that vtiu can be cured. Have voo naascd
l"ai ei. t If not, du nK tn-riinert er.y loceer, but omeult os at onre. Furthermore, we
oner n.mi to anyone pniv.n out credi ntiaie falee. We make It an object for yoa lo Invas-
witn ..ww ymwki9K TOcr yoa eaen a isir proposition.
o ONLY CUUARLK CASES TAKEN o
lr rno rm.n wi'W. Uuu.ln.diotircd by null, llours t to 12. to a, t to . Bnedays
11 ..w p .vis
OTVlCKH W. Third St., McCulfough, Buildlnp;. Da von port, Iowa.
HATTXO AMD V WT1 1 JtTttTO t.OIIHU.
irvou Want h
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater.
rtimlier cf French nud English papers
th? iinnounccnieut tliat Colonel Pedro Gon
sales, known in 'lim.il as the Diamond
King, was about to visit Europe and that
In would liriiiK with liini a ccllertion of
penis such us could not Ikj tixualcd in F.u-
This was an ordinary news article, but,
as we Hhall see, it and tlio others of like
tenor tlir.t followed were parts of a careful
Iv iiliinned sehenio of plunder which for
audacity has not been equaled In the whole
hi-ilrv of lirilliant imtMitiitinn.
V'hilc tho ordinary render 111 Ixmdon and
Paris liad forgotten nil nlxiiit these reports,
their meniorv was si ill in the minds of dia
mond colli-ctnrs, when tho newspapers nn
mnced Hint Colonel llro Uonzales, tho
DiuiiKiud Kinir, h:id re.-irlied Ixjiidon and
would lit once proiwtl to I'nris.
Tho news item in the Iondou Telefrrapli
wuh as follows:
Colonel Pedro Gor.7ales, recently created
coiuit by his renjesty Don Pctlro. emperor of
Brazil, has for yt'ara lxen l:nvn to the world
as the li:iiii r.(l Kini;. Ho is a m.m of gr"nt
wraith nnd t.tuu(ls near to the tiirone in his
Colonel tic.nzalcs travels In '.imile Etyle, his
only nttcnilunt b:nK o v:ili!t, who. curiously
enough, is an American lankec, to whftm I'or-
tuucsc nuii Frunch criue cs easily us KiiEhsh
1 ho colonel propose 10 remain in Europe lor
some years, as ho wishes hfs two boys nnd two
nirls to hove tho auvantaii cT tho licst conti
nental schools. As soon an bu has tleiridLsl on
n place or resittenco the countess end children
will juin him
A representative of The THcprnph had the
pleasure and hunor of meeting the Diamond
Kins ycstertlny at tho lniiglu.m notel. 10
talks English without an u lit, and mii;ht
easily pass fur a London merchant in easy cir
cumstances, lie 13 or meeitim height, well
bailt and erect. Only the dark eyes and black
hair nnd beard suggest his south European
At or.r request Colonel lionzali'S Kindly
showed K8 some of his frenis, which, by tho
way, ho has not brought over lor sale, w ith'
out much knowleurru of the actual value of
these diamonds, Tho Telegraph representative
-s dazzled by their beauty and fotmd himself
breaking the commanumeut against covetous-
Tbcro is hardly n woman from the
tlirono down v. ho tvonld not have had her head
turned hy tho Hight of these wonderful Reins
as tho colonel let them fall carelessly through
his lonu. Bhauely fingers.
The coloiu 1 will stay in London for a rrw
days and then hurry over to Paris, but ho
promises to pay us a much longer visit In
month or two.
This article end others of a similar im
port were republished in IVris days before
Colonel (iouzalcs reached there. That lie
had anything to do with this notoriety no
one suspected, for he had shown himself to
Ixi u most medest, tinnssuntinir man.
Paris was really for Colonel (kniles, as
it ever Is for every new remation, and the
Duo do Morny ami the rich men with tho
diamond mania at once sought him out.
Only a little less remarkable tlian Mm
self was the wrvant of Colonel (jouzales.
He was a fair haired, blue eyed younirman
of the most re-pec:lul and self respcctinR
hearing. I lantL-oiiie, quiet, intelligent and
with tiniiiist::kabjp evideni-es of culture in
all his nets and words. Cyrus Cushmun,
the valet, won the csteiuof all with whom
he came into contact.
Kieh Anieriejuis, whether from the
northern or southern continent, are re
garded by the Parisians as scmilutrbaroiis,
and tho majority warrant this opinion by
their lurid mid vnlisir mode of life and
their reckless expenditure of monev.
There were those who liclievcd the Dla
mnnd Kins would Ixs the characteristic
burharian, seeking society and working for
notoriety, lint, to tho riirpri- cf "the
emperor's set, t oloncl Cianzalcs sought
ass; la e way that every one declared
would have won a fortune on the stage.
The Diamond King; wore but few jewels.
twit these were of the most dazzling splen
dor, and on no two occasions did he wear
the same ring or scarfpin. One night,
after e good deal of wine, the Due de
Morny, e model cf open propriety and an
example of covert wickedness, took the
colonel's left hand, on the third finger of
which blazed a steel blue diamond of at
least eight carats, a stone unsurpassed In
the werld for us size.
Pardon me. Colonel Gonzales," he said
in his winning way, "bnt that gem fasci
nates me. This is not the place to talk of
such things, but if yon could be Induced
to part with that diamond you may name
your own price"
Langhmglv the colonel toot off the ring
and said as he handed it to the due:
I am imposing on the company."
"What do you mean?" asked the due.
Onlv this that there are tons of stone
like that in the ring to be had for the min
' Do yon mean that it is not a diamond?"'
'I do. It is a piece of quarts crystal cut
and set so as to deceive all but experts.
Why, I have 60 stones of the same kind,"
laughed the colonel as he reached out his
hand for the ring.
The Due de Morny held the stone np to
the blazing light, then looked in a puzzled
way from it to the owner. At length he
"Colonel Gonzales, if that were a dia
mond, what would It ho worth?"
"At least 300,000 francs, or $60,000,"
was the reply.
The due examined the stone agnin. He
felt that he could get an unsurpassed .gem
at much less than its value, and, as un
scrupulous as tho Bonaparte family, to
which he was allied in a left hand way, lie
''Will you intrust this stone to me for
"Surely," was the prompt response.
"And if at the cud of that time. I agree
to give you L't'0.000 francs, or $40,000, for it
will voir accept?
"As a gentleman I cannot, for I assert
the stone is not a diamond," said Gon
'But yon will let me have it for a day?"
"Yes; that und this pin, both of which
are crystals, and if tho pin were a genuine
diamond it would be worth $70,000," said
The due took the ring and pin, and the
next morning ho showed them to the best
experts in Paris, nil of whom declared tho
stones ste-el bluediaiiiondsand unsurpassed
iu the world for their weight.
That afternoon the Due de Morny called
on Colonel tJoiiznlesand offered him $100,
000 for the two stones.
They aro not diamonds, and so I can
not take your money," said Gonzales as
ho put the ring nnd pin away.
'Hut if I am willinjr to take the risk?
Come, here is the gold. Give me the
"And you will sign an agreement that I
told you tliev were not diamonds?"
Yes, a dozen agreements, " luuglicdtlic
D"e de Morny.
Colonel Gonzales called In a notary, the
agreement was signed and certified to, and
tho due went out with his diamonds (?),
leaving $100,000 behind him.
The next morning Pnris and all Europe
was startlf-d with the news that Cyrus
Cufibman. valet of Colonel Gonzales, had
stolen $1,000,000 In diamonds from his
master, which he sold at lialf their price to
the best people in the capital.
Colonel jonzalcs shrugged his shoulders.
but made little or no effort to arrest tho
faithless servunt. A week after this Colo
nel Gonzales left Paris for London, bnt
from that day to this he lias not been heard
Ten days after his departure an elderly
gentleman signing himrelf ' 'Colonel Pedro
Gonzales, Rio fie Janeiro, Brazil
at the Hotel Kspanol, on tho Hue Biehe-1 day afternoon,
Figaro interviewed the last and the gen
uine Gonzales, with a result that stirred
Paris like a new revolution.
An investigation lollowed which proved
that the first Gonzales, if indeed that were
his name, was a brilliant impostor.
The stones sold the Due de Morny were
changed in an instant, nnd he bought
BRADLEY JOHNSON WILL FIGHT.
Ha Will. Make Good His Wards It That
HAVANA, Jul 8. A reporter of The
Discussion yesterday morning interviewed
General Johnson regarding Scnor Am
podia's letter challenging him to fight e
dueL The general said: "I received the
letter through the hotel postman and I
also law it published in a newspaper. It
Is signed by one claiming to have reason
to fight me, although I find no one to
answer for that party nor has he sent
nnv one to me in the nsnal war. 1
"I am not acquainted with him: bnt I
know brave men are in the Spanish army
as well as in all armies. Bravery is not m
monopoly of this nor of any other place.
It is not customary for gentlemen to chal
lenge each othir through the newspapers.
II.. if t t..-A Aer...l.i .i
man I am disposed to nuke n-ood 111 v .
woreL- My address is! ho Hotel Inglaterra, j
- .ha Im ain.il In . II " I K. I
... 1 A . . . - ....... WuiJ - . Alio VTA- I
e-iiviiieiii otuwu ny ino appruacning en
counter is increasing every hour.
Captain Wilmrg, the only one of the
many who have violated the Cnitcd States
neutrality laws who has heenronvicted.hss
begun an imprisonment at Philadelphia
of over a year.
A new species of fish has been discov
ered in the vicinity of Barnesvillo, Miss.
It Is like a black bass, but has legs nnd
John Sullivan', of Philadelphia and an
unknown of Fall River, M-iss., will short
ly begin the contest of seeing who ran
keep awakethe longest.
Thirty-two sticks of dynamite, enough
to blow np the whole city, were found se
creted under the steps of tho Methodist
church at Dead wood. S. D. It is supposed
that it was secreted there by boys, who
confiscated it freun neighboring quarries to
celebrate tho Fourth.
Daniel D. Youmans. the well-known hat
ter of New Y'ork, nnd his wife were
drowned in Norway.
Dr. J. W. Barnitz, noted taxidermist,
died at his home in Philadelphia after a
short illness. For many yesrs he was em
ployed by the late P. T. llrtrniuii. and was
tho originator of the mermtid, woollv
horse, and other froaks placed liefore the
Tho eighteenth annual convention of
the Music Teachers' National association
has opened at. Denver.
Thtr total real estjilo assessment of New
York City for 1 is $l.T:tl..1i!i,H:(, an in
crease of $Sv.4St,4.SS over last year. The
total assessment on personal proper:)-,
corporations and hank shares is $ iri.HT.'i,
Ttii; net increase, $4.7.!o.N:iti: total increase
for the year, fSst,.V!T,-?ri.
Hy the death of a wealthy unc le in Ohio
I- rank alhiee, a streetcar conductor of
Lexington, Ky., has fallen heir to .V.oiki.
uoston capitalists Have formed n com
pany to mine for silver near Baraga. Mich.
Obituary: At Kl vet-side. Ills., Charles
A. Spencer, of Centralia, Wis. At Alton
Ills., Professor George W. Powell. At
Minonk, Ills., John L. Wineteer, H7. At
I'uxton, Ills., Mrs. J. IT. Klngg, ho. At
Jacksonville, Ills., Mrs. Mary i'-asscD, Irs.
Sir Hercules Koliinson. governor of Cape
Colony, has been elevated to tho peerage.
Governor Altgeld has restored the rights
of citizenship to 1-Riuk Borgstrom. of Chi
cago, who served one year in the Juliet
state prison for larceny, and to Sylvester
Ij. Wilkinson, of I'inekneyville, who
served two years in tho Chester state
prison for burglary and larceny.
Sir John Pender, tho well-known cable
magnate, head of the Eastern, tho Kasicrn
Extension, the Cae, the Anglo-American
. and other cable companies, who has been
put up ill for some tune past, died at 5:4." yester-
Hc was horn in 1H16.
Is the most important part of a cooking appartha.
The fire-box is the digestive organ; the draft b the
rirariation. These vital organs are those which, in the
Kftate of John P. Bollmsn. deceased.
Tha nnderelaned havlne been annotated admin-
IMratrix of the estate of John P. Bollaua
lata of the conntv of Koek Island.
state of Illinois, deoeatal, hereby gives notice
nat sue will appear nerore the oonnty conn
it oca island connty. at tne oracs nf the Clark
said court. In lac city of Rock Ielind, at Ue
nsast term, on the first Monday In Aucat
next, at which time all iierenns having claims
against said aetata are notified and requested to
stuu.d. for the DorDoae of having the same ad
an persons indented to an estate are ra
uea;ed to make immediate Davment to tha un
Dated this Mth day of May A. D.. lent.
Mas. Haxxah Bollvax, Administratrix.
Notice of Final Settlement,
state of Daniel Fenstermacher, Deceased.
Public notice is hereby riven that the ocd re
signed, Robert Doooan. executor, baa this
day filed his final report and settlement
as sacn in me conniy conn of itoes
Ulsnd conntv. and that an order has been
eotered by said court apuroviag taa said re
port, unless objections thereto or cause to tie
contrary be shown on or before the toth day
of June. A. l. IW6. and npoa the laal ap-
IIU1I ui bwu I 1 1 1 , im HIV nuuc WUBU Will
ask for an order of distribution, snd will also ask
to be dire harped. All persons interested are no-
unea to auena.
Rock Island, U.U Jnne I, IBM.
By C. J. filanxv. Attorney.
1BC DE MORNY.
quartz crystals and signed n paper to that
effect. T lie Polish prince and a dozen oth
ers were fooled in the same way. Kven the
stones stolen (V) by the valet and sold at
half price were of the same character.
These two daring impostors, it Is said
took tl,ooo.OMi out of Pnris in two months,
nnd so skillful was the work that had they
been arrested the law could not hold them.
Alfred R. Calhofs.
ThirtV CanitO! Heaters In USe out nobody and did nothing todistingnish
" . I his way of lifo
In Rock Island.
Offirei ta RUCK ISLAND and MOLINB
metunoi rele a reliable, BMsthty, reenlaUnc medicine. On! y barm lei
tae 1 arcst drugs shsuMkeaaad. If yea waal taa beat, ret
Dr. Peal's Pennyroyal Pills
TearsMB.saieasdeTtalarrelt ThsoanainafDr Peal 'it never1
aat. beat any nan, si
For Sale b A. J. Uniss, Irapgist. Hock Island. M.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
an rnds of earyi, isi
eiarai mme M a. ne aenea
fed santrfteiiimj rwnw
Uthew end l-hop 711 Twelfth sUwmI
from tliat of the average
well bred man.
This i nr sported course intensified the
interest in him. He was, in addition to
Ix-ing a diamond kinsr, a rcra avis, and so
the great to whom he snowed such a re
spectful indifference decided to seek him
out, and here wes a great point gr.incd.
wliether lie was gentleman or impostor.
He delivered his letters of introduction
and left his card; that was all.
Prim Dulgorowski, a rich Polish noble
man, wof among the first to call on Colo
nel (rnnzata. The prince wns delighted
with the interview. He wn a lover cf dia
monds and hoped the Brazilian would vol
untarily gratify his desire, but that placid,
well bred person never once alluded to dia
monds during the interview.
"He is a pntleman, end if be has any
shop he does not talk it, " was what the
prince said to the Due de Morny and other
friends after the interview. After this vis
itors crowded in on the Diamond King,
and. satisliod tliat be was not only rich, but
agentWniau, invitations inured in on liiui.
lie went tothcclulwand houses to w hich
he was invited ami lirtwed himself t Ih a
man of wonderful talent, for be played axd
The Russian Code of Honor.
Two young Russian officers attached to
the Orsk infantry regiment recently quar
reled over their cups in a cafe chantant at
Orenburg, and one of them struck the oth-
r across the cheek with his open hand.
The subalterns were Intimate comrades.
nnd the aggressor made an ample and sat
isfactory nixilogy when be came to his
senses. This was cordially accepted by his
friend, but the regimental court of honor
decreed tliat the officers should fight, and
b duel was arranged with pistols at SO
pace. The voting lieutenant who had re
ceived t lie affront nnd forgiven his friend
was hit in the thigh and crippled and con
sequently is unfitted for further service.
Rumictdee la Italy.
"Kvery two hours a homicide is commit
ted eomewherr in Italy," is the startling
way in which Baron Garofalo puts the f act
that there arc 4.0io homicides a Tear in
that countrv. 10 times as many as in
France and So times as nuiny as in Den
Tha Devil Doesat fee Salt.
Reginald Scott (1540 -9). the greatest
opponent f witclicnitt of his time, citesan
ulhrmation of Bodin that as salt is a sign
of cteriiily and used bv divine command in
all saxTiflcee so "ye devil hueth no salt
New Tori Financial.
New York, July 7.
Money on call steady at t tier eent.
prime mercantile an.-r, I'lfo's per cent.
sterling exchunge steay, with actnal busi
neas iu bankers mha at s.'tf.lj for do-man-1
and 4b?,'3.4S7 for sixty days; xstej
rates, 4s7lSTistt aul 4si.i4-iJ; coinim-re-ial
Silver tvrtineatos. sales l.i.i at mTi.W J.now
titi'4: bar silver. t'iHi4: M-xi-an dollars. l-.
I. nitei States Kov,'rn m-nt boteli .-asy
new f s reiristere.1. ui 110. cniiisnis.
reuistere-l, do. couikiiis. Hi3.: 4's;
registerel, PH: do. i-ouismH. Peii; i's renii
terei. K: Parilic B s of nr. loii.
C'liicago (irain antl I'roiluee.
i'iih alii. July T.
Following were the ouotation 011 the
Bonri of Tra le toJav: Wheat July, oissiej
H'fcc ewsel i.i 4:-; S'ptomir. oiiii? I
close! tiPa-: li.-emler. nin-n?! rra.r. Hw
lKH.". t'ru July. oTMnel elos-l LiTSi.
beitemler. open. .Ti-, .rume I, 'Si' : 3Iav
oiieneil a'jc, -loJ rllSi'- ats .luly. fi-i.e4
1.)1C, close 1 l;1-!-; ?M'iteluler. K-!i" I I.,li:.
closcl I.'4c: Aly. oieue 1 l.7k', !.- I
Pork July, nominal, clol t4i.'i.-.: s,.,
temlmr, o-ao I $.s. e-losel S..i;i;: Jaannry,
otened Sr.. c!os"l sr.Bili. I.arl Jal
nrminal, e-Unel $J.75; beuteralur, ojeaul
KLsrt.. close 1 S.1.KV
Proince: Butter Kxtra creamerr, H'c
per lb.: extra dairy. Pi--; fresh pxickin
stock, yifii r-KrSs t resh s:oi:l:. ' st iw?r
tlozen. I.ive jMdittrj 1 arkin-s. ,'.: ie-r.
lb.: chlokens ihens. 81; spriuic -liic-keas.
11 H, 13-: roosters. 6.-; tlmks. Si-;
Si.O) per dozen. yot.-ttfe4, 7.h-''.SI.0
per barrel. Har White leiver. PI'i lit; tr
lie; broken -oinb, !' c: extrart;.. ,.fti.
Blark ras;ilerrie, ii.r- -r Hi purt
case: re:l i-Hs.lirrie. !,..: ior -4 pint
rase. IJ'a-kb;"rrie. j h4 l-r lfripiar
f liiraso Live stock.
'iim ac,o. .Tulv T
Live Stock Pri-e at the Cnion Sto.
yards todav range I as follows: Hogs Ks-
timatel rei-eiiita for the day. ll.o.i; sales
rangtrl at ii.mi3.ni pigs, .l.i-i. 1 7J light,
SS.HrtsSOu rotiKh piu-king, l.Vr;i.55 mixed
and tS.Wi-i-i.ii heavy packinz and Hbippiug
tattle Estimate! receipts for the day,
2.u; ouotations raaitei at fi-S.iVi.bi chow
t extra shitiiiinz steers, f l.lli.it .! gool to
choicedo., t'-l.'bi ll') fair to good. $.5Vft5.lHj
common to medinin do.. W.toit'A.v butchers
steers. .'..io:i. 1 snx kers. i.i.ijfitA.'v feeders.
Jl :i,.:l ieiws, f2.4i i 4. M heifers, $2.ox.t4.7
bulls, oxen and stags. Si. .0 tS.Mt Texas steers.
ani lir.Vrt.i.m veal -alves.
Shei-p and Tamils Estimated receipts for
the dav, 5.iK: aales ranced a: ts."it'.l wet
e-ns. 1.7 1 T.-ians, SJi8J4 1' natirat aal
The Loral Markets.
Oats : !).
Hay 1 imothy, 7iSl; wild,
Petaioei. new is rzjc.
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Publication Notice. .
STATE OF IL1JTIOI8, l
Koca iiuss cormTT. I
In the oonnty court at tha May term, A.D 13SB.
Relohold Letsrh, vs Thomas 8. Silvia, Bichard
B. Silvia, William a. 11 roots.
Affidavit that tbe realdrnee of the defend
ant, William S. Brooks Is not known and that
upon di'lnvut inquiry his pi see of residence can
not t.e found, impleaded with the above defend-
lUte.Tbomae s. niivis sna nicnnra . iuris nav-
ne been filed In the clerk's ofllce of the circuit
court of said county, no' Ice is therefore hereby
riven to the raid non-rrsldert defendant that the
complainant filed hi bill of eomniaint In said
court, on tne ensncery eioe inereot. on toe
14th dav of Anril. lrtM. and that thereuDoa a sum
mnn lasned out of raid rMirt. wherein eaidsuit
Is now pendics- returnable on the first Handiy
in tne mouw 01 oepiemuer nvai, as ia oj law zv-aulred.
Plow, unless yoa 101 vain non-resMeai ue-
fendant above named. William a. Brooks.
shall perronally he and appear before said circuit
court, on U rn first day of tae aext tana thereof,
to be nolden at Rock Island ia and fur tbe aaid
ranntv.ua the first Mondaytn September nextnd
pieaa, answer or armur 10 tne seta compiamani-s
mil ot complaint, me asms ana tne manors ana
things ti erein charged and stated will be taken
u confessed, and a decree entered against yoa
according to tbe prayer ot saia mu.
BOCK island, UL, apru l J, imm.
OBonea w. GaBBLB, Clerk.
avueatnon A KinsnaiJ, Complainant's neUcittna.
Children Cry for
are different, and work upon different principles from
those in any other stove or range.
The Majestic oven is the most sensitive oven ever
made; the fire-box is the most ecotKrtucal in operation;
and the draught is the simplest and most perfect
These are 3 of the points that
make the Majestic the perfect
1515 Second Avenue.
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
THK TRAVELERS GUIDE-
pHICAGO, BOOK IILAVD FACIFI0
ftafiway Tickets can ba vnrehased a bar-
ears rberked at 1 4k e Twenttoth street dene
or C B I 4k T depot earner flftn avenue aad
ainy-nm streelrana u. naaaaer. Affect.
Onnrer lnmlu4 AOmaat.
ft. Worth, Doaser aV JC 0.
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Ah (Hkera dallv. Teleobone I0M.
BncJay even in (rs n Pnilman sleeper win he at
the depot after l0:3n, which will leave for Chica
go at x:95 a. at. Monday.
DrrBUnTOTOM ROTJTB . at u.
aJ way Depot Flrat avaaae and bixissnik
street, M. t. Tounc, aceat.
St. It Sprinxfield. Peoria.
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m. , aansw .ivy, uenreri
at Pac Coaet nt Ualesk'rRie f ,
Dal'.r. tDaily except Sunday.'
i pas v v:oa eta
ipm t:B pta
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PHICAOO, MILWADKKB ST. FA0L
" Hallway Racrne 4k aWntfcwastera DIvMaeai
Penot Tweatleta ssms. Wsmm
Seeoiid avenues, L. B. Oreer, Aajant.
Mat: and Bapreas ..
Freujbl and Accoainiodat'a.
t0 am t-yipm
4 pas It 40am
8SJ0 am Mam
Daily except Sunday.
Dock Islabd Pbokia Ra.ilwat
' , Deno4 West Avenue aod TweasWtk atreer.
B. L. tioC, aceat.
STATB Of ILIJWOIB, t
la the County court. Jane term. A. D. law.
rhariea H. Bmndenbnnr vs. Marv A. Gift.
widow. Jennie Deeoe, Jaeob W. Gltt, Matilda
Phllliii. 8a rah Adams. Calvin Out, John R.4. US
Cora Kills Ida Ely. William Gitt and Genrva A.
WhryiDS, silminlaUsloc of aaiaie of Bliaabalb
K astern Mix. "The TrUby...
Peons a MLonls Mall ..
avenue) depot five ft) mtrntea earlier thaa tme
given. Trains marked e sally, all other trains
dally except Bnnday.
einl fmt W mmm
treat, Daveanon. Jsa. Morue, ken. Tkt m
Petition In sell real estate ta pay debts.
To tne a hove nam. a aereoaemta,
Phillips. Sarah Adams. Calvin Gut and
Affidavit of the noo-reeinefice or yon. Matilda
Phillies. Calvin Gltt and William ultt. and affida
vit that yoa. Sarah Adams, oanixH be found, so
that ororesa ran be served neon von. and that
nin dhipeut Ineuiry your pi ire of res-dea'w
cannot be aoenalned. notice la hereby siren to
yon snd each of yon that tbe above named peti
tioner hss filed in tbe said court his be-
tltion acalnst yoa for leave to aell real estate to
pay debts; that a summons baa been Issued in
said cause asatnst yoa, returnable to the June
term, A. D 18W, of aaid cooit, and
that said ean-e was on the llrst day
of June. A. D. IMS, by ssid court con
tinued to the August term of said rosrt lo ne
hernn and holden at tbe coon house in tbe city
of Rock Island, in mid county of Bock Ulsnd, on
the Br-t Monday of AOKuat. a. u. l.VJS, at
which time and p ace ion will appear aad plead.
answerer demur to aa d petition if yoa aee fit.
Hated at Mock Is aed. III- tble l"t day of Jane.
A. V., 18K. BJaLMaa koiua,
Clerk of sail Oonuts Court.
BwnanXT tWiuta, hoi icitota for Petitioner.
Special Master's Sale.
8TATB OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Islaxd Cocbtv. I
In tbe circuit court. In chancery. BUI for
William Prey, complainant, va. Peter Frey and
cainenne uinaiin-ar, aeienuanis.
Notice is hereby siren tliat by virtue of a de
cree of said court, entered in the above entitled
eaue, on the 4k day of June, A. D. lfOe, I
shall, in Sat rdy. tbe 11th day of July.
U. le'JR. at i be hour of X o'clock in tbe afternoon,
at tbe south dour of tbe court hoese, la tSe city
of Bock island, la said oonnty ot Knck Island.
eell at public vendue, io tne meret mudr.
thosd certain parcels of la ml, sftaate ia the
cotin'yot ftork 1-land aad state of Illinois, known
and descrinea as toitows:
Ixrt aamher four 4i in block number two rzi In
that tart of tbe city of hock Island known aad
railed Lynde's addition, situated in the county of
hock Irl .nd and slate nf Illinois.
Also tbe nest ten (10. feet of lot one (Din
block number ene O in said Lynde's add Hioa
and lot now four 4) ia block aumoss two fX
In Howard s aduillou to tbe said city or pock
Island, the la-t two bieeee ef oronerty aeiax eeed
as one piece of proper! t eitoated in the cenaty of
lloca I-land ant stateof Illinois
Also lot number four 4 In bVvk rnmlv-r 4ee
'!! latest part of the city of Rck I nand called
BrlKK Place, situated ia tee county of kacji lal
anfl uid SUM of Illinois. OS the lot oaribf term,
One O itd (1-3) cash ia band and the balance In
two oual bstmenta to h. aecaied ny notes aa
asnrUtaGes on tbe prrmiM enid. sa d antes to
near tiiierest at ue raie oi . pry trni ner annom
and to be due In oae 1 1) aad two 2i years fm
ibe date nf said sale aad payable to aaid specie
Northern Mall way. pot
Paveaipori Trstoa. Lasva I A nam
Pmymmr. . hsTpm tltJItn
Freisht i 4 tsi am
Wset Liberty Trains . VMerta. tnoeth .
Parenfer.-. - ' IrTxdam bl(l:4npn
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a Daily, btmlly except kunaav. VMoiaaT nosUi.
friotna; onth aad east. Mo. II runs eetweea
Oedar Bapida and Wset Liberty.
To the East via tho
Re I. ft P.
Perry htreet depot
CHI t f Depot
Lv hock island
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east cf Petri carry thrones,
coach ei and leeplnp ear oa nlffitt
trains to prinoipU cities.
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csnae er imratmea
Dated at r nrk Inland, Illinois, this tk dar of
June A. D. 1W.
Bcecna Brnxa. apedal Master.
Swanry A Wai aaa, aoiicuura for compiainaat.
Ladies iMrho value
refined eomnWxioa smut ae Pomotri's
Pmmu. It produces a soft aad beaut if nl
ro4MLC bvaii oaua4Tt oeB
ico so ai it ssPtsriL bids,
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