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THE AftetJB, TUESDAY; JULY 28 1896.
fo? Infants and Children..
OTHERS, Do You Know ta.t r,,..
bafaaaaa lm.pe. ..ifrry Cordial, nmuy so-called Soothing Byrupe, and
aauea leiimlna fue euuarce are comiuacd of opinm or morphine I
Pa Tw Kliiw .i opus uo saornhine arc stupefying narcotic puiaooe f
P Tim Know that la awst a.aaules drurjuu aa a ermiul u soil aaKouca
fkttaent attwiiac theni c '
Po T Kw u jm evrcld eot pemm any medidao .- i 1-oo your iU
aaiess yoa ot yoor fbystctan knnsrot a-feat ti connoted
P Ton Know (hat t'aatorta II a purely eatable preparation, ar.' teat tint
la) tafredlenta r euuiabed eitaevery DntUe T
Pa Yon Know that Cactorta la ma prescription of uw fatuous W. Saimie' -Hctier
Viet It baa barb la uaa fur Marly thirty yeara, aixl Uiat oijra Cantoris U now sold lhe
ay alt Char remedl for children cvn-bloed f
Pr Tan Knwr that tha Patent OfTJce Deportment of tna tolled !ato. end of
Cm eavntrtea. have issued exclusive right to Irr Htcher and hla assigns to uf tha word
" C atari " and Hi formula, and that to Imitate them la a stata prlaon offense J
To Ton Know that oca of tha reasons f -r granting UOs truveraiaeni protection wra
beoauae CasturiA bad tea proven to be absolutely barmlfcisl
Po Ton Knwr that 33 amai duees of Caatoria are famittusd tor 3i
la, or one oect a done f
PoTan Kno Tthat wheo poaassand of ab perfect proporatkm. y-Mf children nu
be kept weil, aad that ,U ma have unltfokea rest f
Wall, thow tMnfte ara worth knowlag. They are facta.
Latests News of the Doings of
the Populist Leaders.
EENATOB BTJTLEB IS FULL CHAEGE.
ta an arary
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
Health Is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
it? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
tr the CMon(;n Medical Instttntc Pormmnntly located in Dawwipprt, Iowa
iL9- Trr 'a? i I ' ; V.
Dtt T. M. WALSH.
tomacly OiaKal r
laaa'M Waillral co M(a,
Trmporarj Ilcadqnartrra at Washiagtoa
Ka Formal Xotifiratioa of Bryan A
Batlflcation Mecttas Instrad Isnatlua
Donnrlly. Diacaatcd, Will Retire ta Hla j
Books After Thla Battle la Over Fettl
Crrw Cut the Last Tie That Bound Him
to the Kcpubllcaoa. v
ST. LOUIS, July 23. The affairs of the
People's party are now in the hands of
Senator Butler, of North Carolina, the
new chairman of the national executive
committee. Yesterday the nine members
of the retiring Populist executive commit
tee made a formal settlement with the
new committee. They turned over to
Chairman Butler and Secretary Edgerton
all the money on hand, and their accounts
were approved. Very few of the new mem
bers remained in the city for the Monday
meeting. They authorized Chairman But
ler and Secretary Edgerton to audit the
accounts and hastened home to prepare for
the campaign. The Silver party has es
tablished temporary headquarters it the
Corcoran building, Washington.
o Formal Notification of llryan.
It id rumored that the Populist national J
executive committee will also make its
hcadquurtcrs in that, city, but Chairman
Butler refused to either conlirm or deny
the statement. Cluirlcs B. Lace, chair
man of the Silver national committee, ii
last nij;ht for his home in California. He
will stop at Lincoln, Neb., and hold a con
ference with Bryan. While it has not yet
been definitely decided, there will proba
bly lie no formal notification of Bryan by
either the Populists or Silver men. It
was learned from a prominent western
iiii inlier of the Silver national committee
that it is the intention of both the Silver
and Populist committees to waive the
usual formal notillcation, and on Aug. 1 3
hold a ratmcation meeting in New ork
at which Bryan's nomination for the presi
dency will he announced.
Talk of Ftiolnn In Mimouri.
A proposition looking to the fusion of
the two parties in Missouri on the state
iickrt has, it is stated, been made by the
Populists to the Democratic leaders, who
have it under consideration. As the price
for this fusion .the Populists are said to
hnve demanded that they lie given eight
out of the seventeen presidential elector
In the state. If this concession is not
made the Populists will put a state ticket
in the 4ie!d at their convention, which
will lie held nt Scdalia next Thursday.
their respective" district that" they swept
tho convention t3 Bryan. He adds that
Bryants talking too much and is stand
ing over a powder magazine.
WHAT CIETELIND WROTE IS
Warned the Sooth Against Ua "Heresy"
of Free Silver Coinage.
New Okieaxs, July 28. The Picayune's
special from Jackson, MUs., quotes a let
ter written by Presiiient Cleveland on
May 1, 1S9:, on the eve of the Demo
cratic convention of that year to the late
Judge L. Q. C. Lamar, in which the presi
dent, discussing his probablo candidacy,
siys: "I can easily be disposed of, either
by the selection of "a candidate morevail
nble or by the adoption of a campaign
policy on the financial question which I
am not, willing to further.
"In the first case I shall be a happy
helper; in the second I shall sadly await
the announcement of a party defeat which
will be predetermined. Our southern
friends, if they persist, will be left alone
with their free coinage heresy. The dan
. ger is that another southern idea and a
charge of heedlessness for the public
safety on the financial question will uo
service in the place of the memories of the
civil war. Tho Question is often and
ustiflably put by friendly southerners :
Can Cleveland carrv New York?
"The answer fs readv as to Cleveland or
any over man. if the Democracy is at all
weak on the coinage question. As one
who loves his country and believes that
her interest is Imuu1 up in Democratic
supremacy, I am most uncomfortable and
unhappy in the fear that the south will
not see until too late the d inger of their
mnrnne all. If 1 should read this 1 hard
ly think I should send if, but it soes laden
ivith affection and the most tender memor-
rolitics Too Much for Base BalU
Peoria, Bis., July 23. The Peoria
Western association team disbanded last
night, and Manager Dugdale says the en
tire league has decided on disbandment.
The political excitement has detracted
from base ball and reduced the attendance
so that it would glo longer pay. '
Bnluirayo Again Invested.
London, July 28. A dispatch from
Cupe.Town reports that intelligence "re-
reived from Buluwayo is that tho Mata
bele are again mussing around that place.
The situation seems no better than it was
last April, when Buluwayo was prac
tically besieged for weeks.
Insulted the Spanish Premier.
Madrid, July 2S. A man believed to bo
insane forced his way into the presence of
the Premier Senor Canovas del Castillo
and insulted and threatened him. lie
was promptly arrested.
DEL J. E. V AL8H,
Lata of Cr" J a, fnnaarl bntaaa-lalbwf a
NHIVOI S DKniMTY Fhaattve drtm, t'replessnepa, threatened in-
ar"y. il meajory, aMBtal alasioaa, er any other condltlna ana to Darrens axaaut'eu.
lwi Tif mrciB.
CATAKKil Dyspenaln. Asthma. Rheumatism, Scrofula. Syphilis. Blood,
K dne. U-r and Mia nieeame car ha a.cklr and permanently carad br oar advanced era-
VAKiroCrXK 1 the most active rue of nervous debility. Why treat
BMietns uh a'her when frnira yna a rmaiieBt eara la eaea days by ear palaloet
wiWMT n,Hniei)r.rTi inn aap "he pia.
WOMKN suffering from diseases iHTiiliur to. their iei should consult us
We h.iT iiml ainjr rasr w'U u; a kmelra. ao4 e may be ah'a ucu" yna. Onrgloal
eurrtiHmp urrrnriaen m jntr aame u grui4. Aonoaiiiiai ana qrain aargery a apatisity.
OUK CUKlh I and Testimonials aro the Best The numerous a
tnnwMtvmnet ha received from the r.owniaptni for oar renarkshla carea In th
a-1ica! mt,4 s'lncVni ca,e t proof cimrlaite U.t our advanced bmUmmU cure where ail
t.hr. fil. Tiierrfore, do avl a.te t;me no otarre, but consult us at once and revsm
our Iret hts'th 1 hire is a ira in every deaee that nu ran he fired. Hare too naered
Tor r It ant, do ant eipenaaeat i, j lotwr. bat coneuit ns at oaca. Farthvnoote, we
offer II. "V1 to saynne pmelnf nnr cedentials Isle. We make It an object for yoa to Irr
l.stie ears. Mo viaar paclaistt off or yoa sash a fair proposition.
o ONLY CUKABLP CASK3 TAKEN o
Tf ftn etiot call, arrlat. Haadrcee eared by BtU. Qoartt lol2.ftoa.Ttol. Boadars
OiilCW;i W. Third St-, McCnllouKh, Buildin, Dateoport. low.
the MiniLK-or-n:i;-Ko.i mkx.
3i tting llea'ly to Make Troulile for the
Br3an f usion Move.
Tho "middle-of-the-road'' delegates to
the Populist national convention have ap
pointed a "provisional national co'mmit
Uv" to divide upon the future action of
the Populists in case Bryan shoidd not ae-
cpt the nomination tendered him or in
dorse the platform adopted by the conven
tion. Henry L. Call, of New York city,
riflcgate-at-largc from the state of New
York to the Populist convention and a
prominent ' miiUUi-if-tlie-road" Pooulist
has Ixvn npimintcd chairman ot this pro
Ho said last night that in order to lie in
readiness to act in such n contingency a
letter has been addressed to delegates in
each st. He asking them to furnish him the
"names and addresses of all prominent
Populists in your state opposed to the
nomination of William J. Bryan. Also
keep me advised of the sentiments of
thotiartvnnd of any steps taken or de
cision reached toward independent politi
This letter was sent out In pursuance of
a motion adopted by the tcniimrury or
ganization of the dissenting delegates of
the convention. Tho resolution savs
"That the committee heretofore appointed
to ascertain the decision of illmni J
Bryan relative to his acceptance of tho
nomination for president of the United
States tendered him bv the People's party
in convention assembled, aud further to
ascertain his willingness to indorse the
I'l.itforiu adopted by said party in stiid
convention be required to report, within
1-KTTlGKEW f-tMH A KKMON ATION
BSATIirO AHD SimLATIt BI(IIaM
If You Want a
Warm all over,
Warm all the time,
Not too hot In mild weather.
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Hecla Steam Heater
Thirty Capitol 1 leatcrs In use
In Rock Island
Offices in ROCK ISLAND and MO LINK
just . pAattroa
never a im
PAniDOZV ts son
Painters and Decorators
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at sale la kVsca Ursa 4, ULay Baru CDesMiar, drs aa" eta.
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rv : . T . mmn m I." se swfL th. slslff-rs l'i(.:i.
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Sfniwis. 4 mmtm9 's. Isass'tr. rihawel.ee srsins .Ml lm u nuwr ad t-f a.
'"a s-siu t-w K-my, mnm si senur, to evM-kiy sun 4 k
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No Liiij;rr a Kepulillran Congressional
Cniiitiiitteeiimu The Democrats.
WasiiixgTOS", July L"8. Senator Petti
grew, of South Dakota, who followed Sen
ator Teller In his liolt from the Iiepubli
can national convention at St. Louis, has
resigned as a memlior of the Republican
congressional committee. The vacancy
has not yet lieen filled. There arc a num
ber of avowed advocates of the gold stan
dnrd on the Democratic congressional
committee mantling practically as much
la opposition a the Democratic platform
and ticket as Senator Pettigrew did to the
iiepublieau, but no resignations have been
reiiorted up to this date from the Demo
It is said t,hat when the Democratic na
tional committee opens headquarters s
few ilays hence, one of the flrsttsnhjects to
be taken up will be the attitude of certain
men toward the national platform and
ticket, who having been nominated as
presidential electors on tho Democratic
ticket prior to the Chicago convention
have since that time repudiated both the
platform and the ticket, and arc publicly
credited .with the intention to vote for Mo
WILL RETIRE TO HIS BOOKS.
Donnelly May Now Have Time ta Finish
Thnt Shakespeare Cryptogram.
Minneapolis, July 28. Ignatius Don
nelly returned home yesterday from
Louis. The sage was in a bad temper, and
declared that he would not support Sidney
SL Owen for congress. Ho gave as a rea
son the deep humiliation which was
heaped upon him at St. Louis bf the Min-
aotn delegation. In the next issue of his
paper, 1 he Representative, Donnelly will
any: "We have done. We shall support
Mr. Bryan and the Populist s$atc tie tot
ontil the end ot the campaign, and we
shall then withdraw from public life for
ever. We are tired of working for these
who won'd destroy us.
Donncllv says further that he will retire
to hts study nnd seek in the domain of let
ters sirrcease from politics and politicians.
la speaking of Bryan's nomination he
snys there were no many men at St. Louis
who were candidates for office and who
Kovud fur Democratic Uulorseiucata
MANY VISITORS TO BRYAN".
Jlore loan Ilia Home at Lincoln Can Ae
eniiuuiMlute I ntervie ws Declined.
Lincoln-, Ncb July 28. The stream of
visitors to the Bryan home was greater
yesterday than upon' any day since the first
after his ai rival from Chicago. They
mill! from all sections of tho country.
t ruin the east came the editor of a paper
t WilmiUjjton, Del., who called toassute
Bryan that the preference for the single
chl standard in the eastern states is not
nearly so unanimous ns has been made to
appear. There is but one room in the
Bryan home open to the reception of vis
itors, and during the entire day waiting
visitors wero quailing the Nebraska ozone
from the Bryan front porch, while those
who had forestalled them were being en
tnincd within. '
Bryan expresses tho utmost confidence
that a wise and gratifying solution of the
perplexing conditions Will lie presented
nnd adopted in duo and good time, and
that the solution will lie both honornbh
nnd satisfactory to nil parties. Further
than this he declined to talk in relation to
tho situation. Every entreating inquiry
calculated to fathom his plans or purposes
met wifh the simple response, "I must de
cline to le interviewed concerning the St,
Louis convention or its results. ,
In r. petition of Rock Island and Intern Illi
nois lisiiwav company to eondeno rieblof way.
-amusTii oi ine non-resiiience or toe aeinf-
M, Pei'-r Kartell. Anni J. Wadwerth,
William C. TA'al wo tb, Kntc Frieer. Henry
r rarer. Josephine Vellicrew and IVttierew
nt-r nasrjanui. nvne been Hied la tne e era's or-
tire of the circuit court ef pa d couulr, no ice is
hertfore her i-y eiytn to the paid non-resi
(lent drfenranis thnt the petitioner fllett 1a
lition In ssi.t court, on thchancerv side there
of, on the twenty-n nth (201 day of May, 1SH6, and
mat ueroup'n a summons lssned ont or raid
conrt, whtrvin enid hut id now pending, retarnv
oie on we uifi .Moncay in ine raoain oi isepiem
bernext. as in by lnw.reauirca.
sow. unless yoa tne said non-repident dr.
fecdau a abuvr named, Peter Is rell, Anna at
vkaus"TTn, n ii'im w apwor:n, n.tte t rseer,
Henry Frascr, Joseuhine Pettierew anl Peai-
crew.elnill pereniir he and amiear before faid clr-
c i:t ccurt, on the tirst day of the next term there;
of. to be holdcn at KTCk Island In and for tha said
cinnty. onthefirpt ivnndnyin September ncxt,and
uieaa, answer or demnr to the paid petitloneis
petition, the sme and the matters and
Junes t erein cimrcd and stated will be taken
a conf cped, and a decree ottered against yoa
uccoraini; 10 tne prayer oi paia nuu
itocs island, ill., July lsyrj.
Ueobhs W. Oiaar.m. Clerk.
Has. A Et rono.. Uomnlainaat's Solicitors
Intentions of the Silver FaiHy. '-
New Yoke, July 28. William P. St,
John, treasurer of the National Silver
partv, has returned from the St. Louis
convention. He said: "The Nationa
Silver tarty has accepted an invitation
from Baltimore merchants to notify
Messrs. Bryan and Sewall in the city of
Baltimore. The notification will be mado
;i Imhi t fourteen days after t he Democratic
uotiiicution In Jotv lork. In state and
mumciiKil affairs the National Silver
pirty will not move. This will leave tho
Kcinihlicans to vote thou-own state ticket
but the National Silver party will have n
congressional candidate in every distric
where the Democratic nominee favors the
Jones Confers with (fovrrnur Stone.
Jkkkehson- City, Mo., July !& Major
T. ). Towlca, of t his city, secretary of tho
National Bimetallic. League, who was
closely allied with Governor Stone and
Senator Jones in their light for Bryan
during the r-t. Louis convention, met Sen
ator Jones in Kansas City yesterday and
nccoiniMinied him to Jefferson City. Gov
ernor Stone met them at the station with
his carriage, but nolmdy would talk about
the interview. After the conference Sen
ator Jones took tho eveuiug train for St.
Appeal to Major McKiuley.
West Newton, Muss., July 23. Hon,
Horatio King, ex-postmaster general, ha
sent a letter to Hon. William McKinley
iu which he snys: "The danger now
threatening the stability of the United
States is most appalling. It
your opportunity to place your nanio
along with that of Lincoln, high -on the
roll of honor and fume. You can well
afford to set aside for the time being all
minor political questions and lead off
resolutely in a war against the free sllvc
craze, Populists nnd anarchists.
. Tlmrston to Speak in WisconAin.
Omaha. July 2ss. Senator Thurston
will make a political address at the Chau
tauqua at Madison, Wis., July 31, and will
open the campaign in Wisconsjau at Mil
waukee, Aug. 5, ut tho meeting of the
K'.-publican state convention Later he
will speak in Indiana, Michigan and Illi
Her Name la "Mary Elizabeth."
ST. Loris, July 28. Mrs. Mary Eliza-
lieth Lease says that the ambition of her
life 1s to be known tho- country, over by
the name of Mary Elizabeth, not "Mary
Kllen, as some pipers nave it.
On the Base Ball Diamoud.
CniCACo, Jul 28. Base btll scores re
corded by League clulis were: At Chi
cago Pittsburg 3, Chicago U; at Cincin
nati Clevohind 2. Cincinnati 3; at St
Louis Louisville 3, St. Louis ft.
Western League: At Indianapolis
Kansas City S, Indianapolis 8; nt Grand
Knpids Milwaukee &, Grand . Bipids 0;
(second game) Milwaukee S.Grand Qapids
8; at Detroit Minneapolis 2, Detroit S; at
Columbus St. Paul i. Columbus 7.
Western Association: At Dubuque
Burlington 3. Dubuque 7.
Can Transmit Pictures by Wire.
New Yokk, July 28. Dr. Frank M.
Close, of Oakland, CaL, has perfected a
machine by means of which pictures ot
scenes may be transmitted by a wire. The
apparatus closely resembles in principle
Sir John Xillaaa Is Dying.
London, July 2&.-It is announced that
Sir John E. Millals, the president of1 the
Uoyal Acadiuiy, is now in such a critical
condition that he is unable to take nour
jshiuent and that the end is only a que
, tfcon of a few days,. ' - .
Circnit court, September term.
STATE of ILLINOIS,
KOCK lILASD COCHTT,
In the circuit conrt of said cennty, at the Soptem-
Caroline Southern. Diana Irwin. Emma'ine
Sionthnir v. Mary l.aVonp-, Ardraw J. Ltshl,
.lopcpn Mgnt, wary .Millard. Knima llartwell. v.
W Liirlit. Louisa t-edcinrton, Lnrinda llodkirr-
son, .loin Lifht, itohcn LiuUt. Mtncnla Ander-
on, Charles A. Liirht, .lohn IS Licht, Martha
Lisht. Kenecca Srhul.z, William F. Llsht. Hubert
A. L''ht. Annie l.ii.'it, Sarah M. Dial, Jane
eaitniters, Kmma Uoot, B. '. I.t;ht., Anna A. Tal-
tioit. k'lnrencr I.'trht. Watie E. I.'ctat, Jay W.
Lipht, William Dnpinherry anil William Dusin
bcrry. admlmsttator of the estate of Jo-eph
Liuiit. deceased. -
AtUdavit of non resl'lenee of Mary LaFnrie.
Andrew J. Lieht, ,lisepli Light. M iry MH'ard,
Emma llartwel. C. W. Lhrht. Louisn Corlding-
ton. Liicinda Iloilkinson, John l.ipht. ItoWrt
l.iultt. Mineola Amii rson. t-liarliMi A. Lieht, John
it. I.itrht. Rcbocca eicr-ulix. William F. J.mlit,
Hcb. rt A. Lielit. Annie l.i--lit. Sarah M. Deal.
Jane ?aundcrp. Emma Font, B. C. Lltrht. Anna
A . Tallinn, Moience Lilmu, Malic K. LI'Mit. Jar
VC. l.ik'iit tlic above defendants having been filed
in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said
county, notice is hereby Riven to tho said non-
r.'.siaAOt oerendants tnat the complainant filed
their blli of complaint-in said coon, on the chan
ceiy side thereof, on the 2sth day of May, lS'.'ti, and
that thrrtiiiiion a summons ierncd oat of said
court, wherein paid suit is now pending, returna
ble on the flrpt Monday in tbe month of September
next, as is by law reqnlrcd. Kow, unltse yon,
the paid non-resident defendants above named.
phall personally be and appear before the said
circuit conn on tne cm out or tne next term
thereof, to be ho'.drn at Kock Island la and
for tbe said county, on the flr-t Monday, in
September mxt, and plead, answer or demnr to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe same
anu ine mailers ana tames therein charged
aad stated will be taken as confessed, and a
decree entered aaioet yoa according to the
prayer of said bill.
W. GAMBLE, Clerk
Rock Island. III., July 17. 18MI.
A- Severe Test
The Dr. J. H. McLean Medicine Co.,
' st. louis, no.
I was down with kidney dls-
Lv ease and severe pain in the back.
vouiu not luiii uvci in ucu. ouem
$50 with doctors but did not help me
at all. ;Was persuaded to try your
Liver and Kidney Balm, toolc: two
' bottles and am now well and hearty
and feel like a new. man.. HY. REES,
x groves, ind.
Hoeft & Octjcno
Bepreseating ftatong otaer time-tried
and well known Fire Insurance Coni
panies tbe following:
8TATB OP ILL1NOW, 1
Koca Island Couhtt. f
In the nircnit conrt in chaneerr. Bentemher
term, a. u
II ill to corptrue and correct will.
John W. John.ton v. El'7! JohnFton, Frinci
.lonnsion, -Margaret Jonnsion, John Johnpton.
kli.a Johnston. Frank smith. Samuel Smith. AI
Mother, Mosher, Matilda Kemp,
Remp. Jowphlne John'ion, Henry John-ton. J.
. John, ton. Maria Johnpton. Martha Johnston.
John L Jonnetnu, Hlia .lehnaton. Anna f nman.
i'ltman, Lllz.bMb Fibtsimmons, Ash
Htziimmons. hsi'h--l J ihiHton. William John
pton, Thomas Johnrton, Nile W. Di-tuer, Wil
liam Jonnsnm. cuar.itan or i'lep w Diemer.
mtr.or. Ua hel Johumon. Thomas Johhston. John
iin'-ciimMiu, Mary uutchtaron, Joseph Hutchin
fon. Mearct Uutchir.pon. Itlwrt lIiitchini.on.
I'lnnie Hutchinson, Thomas Hutchinson. Emma
llutcbinson, William Butchirson, Nora BuUbin-
pon. Henry uinchmron, Mirj E. Iiu'cliinon,
Matilda Smith, Ja..-p Smith, the nuknown heira
rr devisees of Thomas Johnston, deceased, the
unknown owners or the wept one-hair of the
soutb-cast quarter of section nnniucr twenty-six
(irt) in inwnphip nnmh-r sixteen (!',( north of
range tiumntr two west 01 tne renrtn r. St. in the
county of Ri ck Islond and state of IIHroip.
To the above named de'endanta. Eliza Johnp
ton, Kranci Job' ptoa. arc. ret Johrston, John
John.ton. Eliza Johnston. Frank Smith, Stmuel
Smith. Al Mother. Mneher, Matilaa Rimy,
Kemp. Josi-ubine Johnrton. lier.ry Jr.bn".
ton, J W Johnston, Msria Johnston. John L.
.lohnpton, K'la Johnston, Anna Pitman.
Pi man, Itacbel John,tnsv 1 homas Johnston,
Joha Hu chiiicnn. Mary Tlutchinaon, Jo,eph
iiuiujinn-n nuryarui ji iiKnin&OQ, nonert lllltcn-
Inson. Plnnie Hutchlrpon. Thomas Ifntrhinaon.
Emma Hutchinson. WHiiam ltutrin.on, Nora
uutenmson. Henry uutenmson, Mary E. Hutch
in rn Ma ilda Smith- James Srnlth. the unknown
bers or devisees nf Thomas Johnston, deceased.
the nnkrown owners of the west half of tbe
southeast qnnrter or section number iwenty-aix
In townehtp number si- tefn lii). notth of
ranse number two(a) we-t of the Fourth princi
pal meridian In the coanly of Hock Island and
tta' or Illinois.
Afniavitof Tonr nnr-reiucnee havinff -beea
n.ed in the office of the cler of said ciicult
comt. notice Is hereby Hlven to yoa and each of
yon. ihit the a x-ve named complain. ni has filed
in eatd couit h'p bill of cnmp.aint against yoa on
the chances sine of 9 atd couit, and a summons
In ensncerry has ne-n Ippued In raid cause
against yon returnable to tbe next term of paid
conrt. to be h cu 1 a..d boldcn at the court hoae
m tbe city r K-rk l.isid in paid comity on th
first Monday in September A. D., at which
tine and 1 lace you will apnar and p'ead, an-wer
or dimur 10 raid bill of c - pialnt i' yon rer fit.
Datel at Rrck leian 1. lllinoij, this xSin day of
j-jiy, At j-'.pj.
(lEnlwK M. Gishi.1. Clerk.
S r.rxr.T A Walxib, Complainant's eoucitor.
f AaNmaae a wen
rauoccss raa aaova
inri.ni i. aa airs
Kervniu vrxxm. p'saling- Minory,
SMnr, etc.. caused by p9t a!u."-s, ffi,eas.rbr and SBre
topurauseaorirAa.. saa oicsi.t iuitan-ir reatortp
Lnt HaubMrf in o:i or Jvixz. EiiycriVillB vert
por.-s. rrrcSiat.pfk- bix for e&.eo with a
HwrwMlwl.rwwawi I eetewaee. Iuti't
ea imirorMm, tout tnut on aavina l.lAPe). It
y.ar uruf7il b;,. niasoc it. we will pena 11 prepaUL
SOLD at the Harper Honse Drue Pharmacy
KOCK ISLAND, ILL.: by Wm. Clendenia
HOL1NE. ILL- aad otter leading dractun.
Tha ros freshness
aad a velvety softness of the skin is hirsrbv
bly attained by taoae wno asa rozioeu-s
Fochc?tr r Qvrrr.ar. Ids Co,
West chert t Fire
Milwankaa atachanlcs , . M 1 w ck ee. VI t
ecnrur Hw Basaa,Ooni
Hoch.u. H T
......Bnffalo, H T
Xfw.lieeter M C
Offioc Corner Eighteenth tiree
and Second Avenue, second floor.
Telephone So. 1047.
jsia"?:'-- at w r-m.
jv FOREVER CURED.
iS . f aT aVI C llM
In 30 dajp by a new perfected scientific method
mat cannot fail nnlcsa the rape is beyond human
aid. Yon feel imuroved thi first dav: feel a
benefit every day; soon know joorpelf a kln
amor? men in body, mind and heart Drain
end Joanep ended, every obstacle to happy married
life removed. Nurve force, will, energy, brain
power.wbed failinir arc restored lr ueule ctedniir.li
tronblcs reptiit f.tally. Mailed everywhere, xaied
iwifi. oix nuicr lor ?3. a. u. tfeMP, rnur.ll
avenue and Tweoty-third street, Rock Inland.
MADE ME A MAN
iosnivii.Y rn.K all
M Pi.r.. I'i i. ii. y. vrt
H4 sn. -ir., raiH-a I v Alui !ni
otiw r iimM-H nt.fl m tiisi n
liidw. 'I dry tjt.irl.-1y nil.
Kurvty n st..iY I issi Viinlitj In
uin ut i';l: .ftti v. n invi tor
Hiitiv, l-'i-iu'-rt or iii.tiTt.li;.
ln v-nt I it'tiiy :i:iri.uit:.
1 ! M iTi' -tt Iiulliif. !!ti'.rii
h'-. wk tM'Tn ltat'- ifT'prt.viiicitt
an: "irh a uhi nt
flMTlnsr I hi (C'TIM'Tlf AlU IIm-V h;v mnii
IhoUKAtHlH.-tiia MI r:in yMi. W -itIvc (i.tti vrni.ii
Fuanmtsf t , f-.-.-i rur. Vi -jn ti rrisc r.r r-fn?Mi :,w
irioncy. iTKt- !h rr-titu i- r ia kairt. r hi r ,
(lull trmttumnt) iT!tiJ.r, . liy m.m, in ;.tam tatjiiikt.
UlKmri-ci ;:! price. i'lr::u Inrj. A iilr.
AJAX REMEDY C0.tSS-
For (&! In Rorlr T-4ftftd hv .Tnhn Inrrsttni.
draggibt, 170U Second avenae.
RESHlli'S FRENCH FEMALE PILLS.
GoDtalolflg Cottoo Root and Pennyroyal.
errs yaMTa. rniTS.
Skitstt t&t BcitrtiUti
Mcsmin's French Ku
iralo I'illa, have been
Bold tor over twenty
J oars .an J used byThoo
Bands ot Ladies, wbl
have Riven teytimoninla
that they r.re nnexeel led,
aa a spectne monthly
medicine, f r Immeiiato
relief ot PalnfuL and
Imraydar Menaea, I'o
niale M'eakness etc
Trice a ; 00 a box. with
Tabs so srsTnTt i ss, o sptrators unrATiosa
v n Ksniii CUKMICAX. CU. urmoiT. jucb
Slnld by M. F. Rahnepn, drnraist.
The only safe, sure and
reliable Female Pill ever
offered to Ladies. Espe
cially recommended to
married Ladies. Ask for
and take no other, Sestj for ctbcclar.
l'riee $1.00 per box, 6 boxes for SO.00.
OH NOTTS CHEMICAL CO., Clanland, Ohft
ay' by T. H. Tiimas. drasxist.
are those u-nn which sutTerers ex7T"rfnre the
mum of km strength, v.udily and en. ry.
Connelly fc Connelly
Attorneys at Law.
OfBca second fonr. over itrhell a Lynda's
bank. Money to man.
Jackson & Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
Office In Rock Island National hank beildint;.
c t, wataaa
Sweeney ate W alitor.
Attorneys and Councilors at Law.
Office in Bengston block.
Charles J. Bearle. '
Attorney at Law.
Lflcs.1 bnlne of e'1 kinds prom',-ty seen I'd
to. State's Attorney of Kock Irland cui.nl y.
Office, foatodlca bl.k.
MoEniry Sc Monlry(
Attorneys at Law.
t,nan money on rood aeenrity; make eollee
Ims lii ference. Mitchell A l.ytide, haiikera.
Office, Pop to trice block.
Or. W. H. jLndewig:.
Specialist ot I've, Kar, Ncso and
Office in Tremann. new tinlldlnr. corner 8t.
enteenth stmet and Third avenue, Kock Ipiand.
TeleplMMie No. IU33.
Dr. A. Gr&ssan,
Physician and Surgeon.
Ofllce, Bnrst block, XXX Twentieth Mieet.
. E. O. Renner, M. D.
Physician and Snrgcon.
Office and ResideLce S!0 Sixteenth street
PURITY AND EXCELLENCE
IS THB MOTTO AT
La"" tzaj r, w-- .
Importer and wholesals eealer.
Year, of experieace Bask th.
best of faellitiea,
Nc's 1616-1618 Third Ave. Ph-'etiw.
IHE ABOvE RFSULTS. zotaDsy. '
Il.ialril. ui,.t .urelr n .Til
T Izmavs Bratn and Kf?rve FoofJ. ttrrr
about this Itapry res0t. Thoy rreatt? hcrhhy
d:ifestvn, rrt. r:fh tkrl. irrra bjivL,
4 bratn. Drains checked fcrrever.
$1.00 ?er Boz, Boxet, $:0.
sft A Wal (ruararf? to orrr or rcf ;rj t!--J
mvn-y tin t-vsry w ortlt-r. idrj.
O H i i I C j W
J- Knn7 r.nuKtMfiw, r.vii ir afi, I .
Wa-irinic 4tmnr- ) uil (T-.fit ut n-tt-xnum r
PxTH url indiswrMtton. Kst' n Is--' iculily.
tm-fr attil J-'uillna; Mmfwy. U nt-I' of I muttiliy
ii'l Cfii-iiiir!i'.jn. ,'tr-n wn a.J tti-t . fail. lt.tMtt
on bnvi'ttt ITA f.ls. n-r. f--.it 'lariis-al in
ttif vt frkft- ;v (ii.l $1.0 t-r fi k:rr mm
fur $.".sH iiij a K'rnt- iu 4 mi? oralaaaal
tti Motiey, irf'til:ir ft". AO'tr-1
CALUMET MLD!Cir,E CO-, CHICAGO. ILL
For aaie by Mf rail Fitlcr and Bsrta a
i Y7-' zv.a y-" Ti-sV
no yoa know what a vast difference it makes
ia you- a-epearauce to have a natural colored
and "ikw.y bean of hair - Well yoa would
I looc ten years younjer. uctaaotueof
THE MEXICAN HAIR RESTORER
It reptores where others fa'u It
that dandruff. Offi'-e, mo M
Moiaea. Ia. A rents Wanted.
. Ferralaby A.J. Befss. drn jf lst. Rock Island
Ladies who value
a yenned complexion most nse Potzoin'a
Pownsa. It produces a aoft and beautiful
j THE 1 TO 4 DAY CURE raMaiV.
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j-it Fata, Si faa, trntrtttiri
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AST Siaira.. Awa II JisT
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