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THg ABgTJg, J!BIDAYe JACTAnT 29, 1897.
knows there b none just
as good as
Von will Cud
encu two ounce
pous msiae each tonr ounce
laa of Black v.rll's. Diirl-.ntn
Buy n bog of this cele
brated tolxicconnd read Hie
Onnrimi which pivp i lies
E & Kaiis, Manacer.
On Night Only.
Sunday Evening, Jan. 31
LINCOLN J. CARTE bV 3
Grind Scen'e Production,
"The Fast Mall"
10 eU of Special Hcin-iy. Flight of
tt Pitt Mail SUgar Fall by
Moonlight, with bo.litg mist Practi
cu Working Engine and 14 Freight
can. with li.nmlnated eancose The
Dag Dive. Raalifiio River Sone
and Mcsn boat Ejplotlou, and oth-.r
Seat ro. on sal at BlcuerBroe'jewclry store
Price-Tic, We and S5c.
Cm. B Laura, Manager.
OXK SOLIlt WEEK COMMENCING
Monday, Evening, Ftb. 1.
The Colombian Comedy Company
In a Rrrertntre of h very Latest Stand
ard V a,oum tug I t beau
tiful &-.ct Comedy Drama,
The BJack Flag
Supporting the Peovlt'j Favorite,
J. KNOX GAVIN.
K ngs. New Panes. Xw Mui!t, and fp
Clilllc, Right np 10 Date. Band Parade
Daily n t t'bsne of Play Nightly,
aad the Celebrated
Pries 10, 'JO and iOc.
Ladle, free Monday niht.
Burtis Optra House,
One Jolly Nistat,
Sunday Evening, Jan. 31
A perfect cve'one of laughter
The Favorite Comedian,
JAMES B. MACKIE,
(Grlmesey Me Boy)
la the Big Farce Comedy Sotee,
GRIMES' CELLAR DOOR
Contain Mot Had Than a Coxle
Opera, a Jrat Cut.
20 ARTISTS 20
I'rttly OIH. nvl Tjaatea vieatltg
epeelsltles. Hoi moff.
Don't Mill It.
Prices 75c, 5C c and 25c.
Seats on eale at Flukes Friday.
ortis Opera House,
' DAVENPORT- '
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 2.
Oae Night Oa'y of Fen and Wade the Beoahaw
Ten Braeck Company with
t t , .
John E. Hensbaw
la the Iver Popular Comedy,
With th, ret Msa'ear Co-rely fatt ever la
thla vUint'y ; too boore ud a bait
of aoUd la- ghur.
FrKw-Js. We, Wc and tl.
. c', Unha'a. 8trrt eara to Sock
Ialaad artat Ike performance. Telrpteae M. .
ObkaaWa BHOah i T Imt
s- to get mem. m
tor parity, aad lor larproreawat of the eeea
adadae) aethan aanale FMaoert'e rnaup
cliini for other
it J u 5 1 as
one coupon iitsidc
nag, and two ecu
presents and bow
KILLED HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN.
C. at. Raah (Ion Home from a Ccvlval a
W ayne. Neb.. Jan. 29. C. K. Rash re
turned home Wednesday night from a
revival meeting and murdered his wife
and three children. When the sheriff
and the .coroner reached the house the
lead bodies of Mrs. Rash and her 10-year-old
son lay on the floor, frightful
ly gashed, and the two younger chll
dren lay dead on their beds with their
heads smashed to a jelly. The deed
had been done with three pices of soap-
stone. hen the sheriff entered Rash
was sitting In the window and made no
offer of resistance. It is supposed
Rash s mind had become unbalanced
as the result of the excitement at the
JIM AND BOB TO FIGHT IN NEVADA.
CIotc Contest law Paaaed Private Tele
gram from Dan Stuart.
Carson, Nev., Jan. 19. The glove con
test bill passed the senate yesterdayand
the governor, it Is believed, will sign it.
It is pretty certain that the Corbett
Fitzsimmons fight will come off at
Chicago. Jan. 29. A private dispatch
received from Dan, Stuart by L. M.
Housemnn last nifcht says that he will
today notify the principals in the Cor-bett-Fitzsimmons
fight to be prepared
to fight In the state of Nevada on the
17th of March. Stuart says he is not
prepared at the present time to name
the exact location of the light, but in
the course of the next ten or fifteen
days he will announce the town where
the event Is to be pulled off.
One of Oar Touthf al Product.
Abilene, Kas., Jan. 29. Leopold Bieh
ler. the 9-year-old son of a. f armor tiv.
Intr in the southern part of Dickinson
county, was shot and killed yesterday
by John Ohms. 12 veara nltl. Thp hnvi
were alone and had quarreled.
n Was Duly Lynched, of Course.
Blrmlncham. Ala.. Jan. 29. .Tim
Jackson, a negro accused of assaulting
miss htattie, near Randolph Wednesday,
was lynched Wednesday night.
Kew Tork Financial.
New Tore. Jan. L
Ifoner on rail nnvninnllv 1 r. i na M
. " . . . . .... jn:. WUL,
sterling exchange was steady, with actual bosi
neaa in bankers' bills at 4ft67 for de
mand and 4H414Jii5 for mxtd days; posted
ra es, 4Ka4tH and iBTiSS; commercial
Kilirr mrtlfltM i H fill.: -T-. 1 .
silver. 03; Mexican dollars, 5U54. '
V nited States government bonds strong; 4's
retewtered. HUH; do. conpona, 114: 4'a regia-
crru, iuth: w. coupona, za regtered,
88; Pac:uo of "88, 1U9.
Chicago Grain and F rod nee,
Chicaoo, Jaa. 18.
Fo lOWInff Wri tTio nnntatinM U t 1
of Trade to lay: Wheat January, opened
anu cloned nominal; May, opened 'Sic closed
?5Uc: Jiiiv rimnul Til '. .. 1 ri.
January, opennd and closed nominal; May
opened jc. doeai 4-; July, opaned 25c,
u ;. oiHs-.uumary, opened andcloaed
nominal; May. opened KiC closei 17Hc.
Pork-January, opened and closed nominal:
May. opened S..W. closed -.;. Lard-Jan!
nary, opened $3.iTH. rloaed nominal: Mar
opened 84.00, cloatd $1.95. "
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, 0c per
Px; extra dairy, Ko per lb.: trenh Twckimr
tx'k- EgRm-Fresh etock. lOHlicer
doz. Poultry-Turkey. 12Ho per lb.; chick
ens (hens). 4Ai7Vic: roosters. 6c; ducks.
9llc; g tn OiVc. Pot t toes Bur bank go
5o per bu.; Hebron. :giSc. Sweet Pota
toee-lUiuoia. SI.IU1.15 per bbL Honey
White clover, 10ai3c per lb; extracted, OftTc.
Apples Common to fancy, SOcS-SLoO per bbL
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. S3.
Live Stock Price at the Union Stock yard
today ranged aa follow: Hogs Estimated re-
eefnta foe the Hit nno mIa
. . . , auati o&su
S.S6 pig. 8-1353J.U light, 3JW3.SS rough
heavy packing and ahipping lota.
Cattle Katimated reeAivitarnp . A mim.
. . i " . iu,uw,
quotation ranged at i)i.) choice to ex-
nippnia ateer. sx.taLj gooa to choice
do $3.tJQ,4.0 fair to good, $3.6niil.0J common
to m-dium do $3.V)rTJ but?hrs' st-era.
Sa.UUitJ.au atnrkftra. H Wlllli f, a,'-.?
S.T0 cows, $2.49t.l6 haifers. i.rj175 bulta.
auMra, axoui.ai iexas steers, and
12 75000 voal calves.
8iw p and lamb Ettimat9d receipts for
he day. 12.UJ0: aoiea ranged at S2.M&a.K west
ern. t Texaaa, a2.0USi.aj natives and
Mti-WAiKra. Jac 2R.
-.WW.V"Ko Pria- K 1 nortbera,
W4c; May, Tle. Corn No. a. lst. Oars
o. white, 182U!4c. Barley-Xo. s. age:
aampla. gTac. Bye-yp. 1. Sc.
Oatt 1 8
hnttoa nVWaaa aa tu.tA . m
Tree. 1 .
Tart eye 8c
final -..r, M,
tUo Be.coempaT for oora led steers I V
Y' KetMc: nrsNt
Children Cry for
areafl as ., ' - v - .
Will Be Lyman J. Cage, of the
OFFERED AUD ACCEPTED TEE POST
Announcement Mad at Canton by tho
Secretary-Elect in the Presence) of tko
Preeident-Kioet, Tnus ruling tae Two
-Greatest Poaitloas In tko KeKlnley Cak
Inet Populist Farmer Beats Dubois for
Senator in Idaho.
Canton, O.. Jan. 29. At 7:30 o'clock
last evening Lyman 3. Gage, president
of the First National bank, of Chicago.
emerged from the dining room of the
McKinley home to fill an appointment
with the Associated Press and special
correspondents, to tell them the result
of his conference with Major McKin
ley. "Mr. McKinley offered me the treas
ury portfolio. I told him I would ac
cept the high honor and fill the posi
tion to the best of my ability."
This was the first utterance of the
incoming; secretary of the treasury on
being presented to the party. Gage
reached Canton about 2:30 o'clock yes
terday afternoon, his train being be
lated by cold and snow. With him was
National Committeeman Cyrus Leland.
of Kansas. The McKinley conveyance
was in waiting and the visitors were
hurried over the snow-covered streets
to the McKinley home, from which no
hint of what was transpiring within
came until dinner had been served and
Gage stepped into the office-library, and
addressed himself as quoted above. Be
yond this he had little to say.
Waa Not a Gold Democrat Last Tear.
He declined to discuss any feature
of the policy of the incoming adminis
tration, f r to discuss any matter other
than that relating to himself. He said
there was no ground for the publica-
tion that he was a gold Democrat dur- ! ,er August Grossman and Henry Ja
ing the campaign, and added that his cobs, who were convicted four years
only affiliation with' the Democratic
party was In 18S4, when he voted for
Cleveland. He also said that he and
Major McKinley substantially agreed
on the tariff questions. Among the
day's arrivals was ex-Governor Cornell,
of New York, and it was a happy social
after-dinner conference that the president-elect.
Gage and Colonel McCook
held in the McKinley sitting room last
night. It is evident that the public an
nouncement of the settlement of the
treasury portfolio was regarded as the
conclusion of a good day's work. Colo
nel McCook spoke last night most high
ly of the estimate of Gage in the east,
and of his recognized ability in busi
ness and commercial circles all over the
It Waa the Expected That Happened.
One of the considerations of congratu
lation here is Gage's genial nature and
frankness of speech. It was expected
yesterday morning that the announce
ment of the tendering and acceptance
of the treasury portfolio would be made
last night. Gage was met at the rail
way station by the reporters, to whom
he politely declined to talk. Afterwards
at the McKinley home he said at dusk
that there was nothing to announce,
but he would talk to the Associated
Press at 7 o'clock. He made the first
announcement In the few wordiaabove
In the presence of McKinley, In the sitting-room.
He then stepped across the
hall, where a score of special corre
spondents awaited him, and repeated
his terse statement and was a second
time warmly congratulated on the an
nouncement. Gage left for Chicago on
the 9:27 o'clock Pennsylvania train.
CAREER OP THE SECRETARY-ELECT.
Worked His Way Up from Bookkeeper to
President of a Bank.
Chicago, Jan. 29. Lyman J. Gage
was born at De Ruyter, Madison coun
ty. New York, June 28, 1836. His par
ents, who both were born in the state
of New York, were of English stock.
In 1855 he came to Chicago and was
engaged as bookkeeper by a lumber
firm. While he was thus engaged he
was offered the position of bookkeeper
to the Merchants' Savings. Loan
and Trust company, and this was the
actual beginning of his career as a
banker. In the spring of 1860 he had
worked his way up to the position of
assistant cashier, and later to that of
cashier, which he held until 1868, when
he left the Merchants' Savings. Loan
and Trust company to accept a similar
position with the First National bank.
with which institution he has been
identified until the present time.
The old charter .of the bank exoired
In 18S2. Upon its reorganiation he was
chosen vice president and general man
ager. About this time his financial
ability was paid a high compliment by
his election to the presidency of the
American Bankers' association. On
Jan. 24, 1891. he was elected president
of the First National bank, and still
holds that position. He was prominent
in all the work that made the World's
fair a great success, and one of four
v" J' P' den- WiIt Dexter and
J. W. Doane being the others who prac
tically guaranteed that Chicago would
?."it, Us Dlede of raising $10,000,000
for building the fair. .
Gage has been twice karried. his first
7mJ??S Sarh Etheridge. of
"'ei'8- N. Y., whom he married
in 1864. She died in 1874. and in 1887
he married Cornelia, n.,.. -n
is a memoer of the Commer
claland Union League clubs here, and
ffT,n"..,S Tery Popular man. He
la democratic in his manners, pleasant
and affable, and is easy of approach at
Papain Saccoed Senator Dubois.
Botoe. Ida, Jan. 29Henry Heitflelt.
Populist, was yesterday elected United
States senator to succeed Dubois. The
decisive ballot was: Heltfelt, 39- Du
bois. 30; T. F. Nelson. 1. Heltfelt got IS
Democratic votes and I Republican:
Dubois 4 Democrats. Heltfelt is a farm
er. He represents Nez Perces county In
the state senate. His age is 40. His ed-
m apparently only of a rod!
A Tear for KlUlng Bar Hawbaad.
Marinette, Wis., Jan. . The end of
thf lsTfrflTsnl avV11Ao Mu .
the Jury rendered x-eTC-, !,7 J
UT.J-JJ!?: .Verdict MJlnT the
possible under the instructions fromTh.
court. The 20-year-old girl who kJlled
aver husband. Archie McDougaL onlva
tew anontha ago. will have tnam I
sw u im pezdteatury for
1 s soloes goslow'ly:
I Principal Bnslness at Present I the Iati
' auction of Kilo.
Springfield, Ills.. Jan. . Beyond the
Introduction of bills neither the house
nor senate has accomplished any great
amount of work. Yesterday there was
a heated discussion in the house, lasting
half an hour over a joint resolution of
fered by R. C Busse several days ago,
and which came up as a special order yes
terday. The resolution protested against
the arbitration treaty with , Great
Britain, and called upon congress, to
refuse to ratify it. The house refused
to adopt the resolution, but after a
heated debate referred it to the commit-
, debaM eot in a
good twist of the tail of the British lion.
declaring in effect that the British em
pire was a coward and a bully who
only needed to be faced boldly to force
it to crawl. The speaker announced
some of the committees, Needles being
made chairman of the appropriations
Perry Introduced a bill to amend the
election law so that any man who shall
at any election purchase a vote or In
any way bribe a man to vote for some
particular party or candidate shall be
punished by a fine or imprisonment, or
both, and that the man who sells his
vote shall be exempt from punishment;
also repealing the flag law.
The governor has not, as yet. an
nounced his appointments and it is said
that he will not do so before next week.
The house and senate committees will
also be announced at that time, it is
HINGREE DELIVERS THE PARDONS.
Rets Free the Alleged Murderers of Albert
Molltor In 1873.
Lansing, Mich.; Jan. 29. Governor
Pingree added another chapter to his
dran.atlc career yesterday by going to
Jackson prison and in person delivering
pardons to August Furhman,CarlVoeg-
ago of the crime of murdering Albert
juoutor at Rogers City, Presque Isle
county, in 1873. Molitor was a dictator
among his German countrymen, whom
he had induced to settle in the wilder
ness. His reign became so despotic
and cruel that a secret oath was taken
by his subjects that they would take his
life, and that should any pf the conspir
ators reveal the secret crime it should
be fastened upon him.
The deed was accomplished as Moli
tor was working in his store one Au
gust night. No clue to the perpetrators
was had until 1893, when one William
Repke confessed to participation In It
and implicated the men who were par
doned yesterday, and they were all con
victed and sentenced to life imprison
ment. Subsequently Repke made affi
davit that his testimony was perjury.
The case was then taken up by the
state board of pardons, which after two
years expressed the belief that the men
were innocent, and that the real perpe--trators
of the brime were dead or be-
Iyond reach of law.
DISGRACEFUL ROW AT LANSING.
I Participant Being a Man, His Wife and
the Other Man.
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 29. Samuel L.
Caton, the well-known horseman, who
has for the past two years been hand
ling race horses in Russia, was involved
In a shooting affray here last night with
his wife, who has a suit for divorce
pending. He returned from Russia a
. short time since and has purchased sev
eral speedy animals for shipment tor
Russia, making his home here at the
Last night Caton visited his former
home and encountered a man named
Scott, a questionable associate of his
wife, and the two exchanged shots
without apparent effect, although Caton
claims to have received a wound in his
forehead. He then kicked in the door
to the house, but he was met by his wife
who knocked him down with a club.
Caton retaliated by shooting her
through the cheek, inflicting a flesh
Representative Lorimer is seriously
ill at his home in Chicago. He is suf
fering from nervous prostration and is
forbidden to see even his intimate
Jeremiah O'Rourk, the pipeman who
was injured during the fire at Fifth
avenue and Monroe street, Chicago, is
General Andrew Jackson Smith is ly
ing at the point of death at St. Louis.
General Smith was for twelve years
auditor of St. Louis, and for thirty-nine
years In the United States army.
Governor Tanner has appointed Will
iam S. Simpson, of Vienna. Johnson
county, a member of the Illinois state
board of pharmacy, vice Dr. Boyd, term
President Cleveland has approved the
act for the relief of telegraph opera
tors who served in the War of the Re
bellion. C. C. Merrill, a contractor of Los
Angeles, Cat., has secured the contract
for laying the sewer pipe in the City
of Mexico, a contract which involves
over $3,000,000 and will require upwards
of eight years in completion.
Obituary: At Fresno. Cal., Charles
Dolan, of Chleuo. At San Francisco,
Mrs. J. L. Flood. At New York, W.
H. Fletcher. 47. At Decatur. Mich:,
Mrs. Sophia Nichols. 99. At Mlddlebury.
Ind., WiUiam Hoover, 60.
Halpin Havi, said to be insane, at
tempted to cut his throat with a razor
while on a west-bound Chicago and
Northwestern train at Chicago.
A joint resolution directing Senator
John M. Thurston to vote for any meaa-'
ure favoring free and unlimited coinage
of silver at a ratio of 16 to 1 has been
passed by the Nebraska senate.
Brooklyn Congregational ministers
strongly disapprove of Dr. Lyman Ab
bott's statements, made In a series of
sermons, that certain books of the Bible
might properly be regarded aa works of
. fiction. -
I- The ropuust state central committee)
. of Kansas has issued a manifesto to the
Populist majority in the state legisla-
demanding legislation against the
Kannui Citv Stock Yards romnanv nnrl
the Kansas City Live Stock exchange:
charlea Counseuman, the well-known
eraIn elvator man Chicago, has
Bone to EnroP wt'h PtP of friends.
He Vr aU the expenses of the trip.
MUIment of a promise made before I
DEFEAT FOR KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Supreme Court of Indiana DtrMee In i
ar of a 43erauan Lodge,
jiiuiunaptms, jan. Tne supreme
court yesterday reversed the judgment
obtained ty the grand lodge of the
Knignu of Pythias against Koerner
lodge No. 6 of this city, depriving It
of the right to use the ritual because it
had adopted a resolution to secede from
the Knights of Pythias and form
lodge of the Indiana Zeitung Bund.
Koerner lodge was composed of Ger
mans, who transacted all their bust
ness in German. In 1892 the supreme
lodge Knights of Pythias of the world
passed a law requiring that all rituals
printed in the German language should
be surrendered by the lodges that had
been using them and that the rituals
thereafter used should be printed only
tn the English language. The members
of the Koerner lodge took this as
personal affront and voted to withdraw
from the order.
Before the lodge met again the Janitor
of the hall took the charter from the
hall and delivered it to the grand keep
er of, records and seal, but at the next
meeting the lodge, after it had been
opened, the minutes of the last meet
ing were corrected so as not to show
the violent action taken before. The
grand lodge claimed that the adoption
of the resolution to secede worked
dissolution of the lodge, but the laws
of the order forbid dissolution, while
nine members are loyal to the parent
organization. In this case eleven mem
bers were loyal and it was on this point
chat the supreme court decided the cas
WISCONSIN LEGISLATIVE WORK.
Senate Cet After the University Impor
tant Bllla la the House.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 29. In the senate
yesterday Withee offered a join resolu
tion calling on the regents of theuniver
sity to "furnish to the legislature ai
early as possible the number of profes
sors, assistant professors, instructors
and all other people employed by the
university, together with the salary of
each such professor and employe; also
the number of students receiving in
struction from each professor, the num
ber of recitations each one hears,, and
hours of instruction given, together
with the total receipts and expenditures
of the university, item try Item, and for
what purpose made, for the year end
mg uec si, ibjw." xne resolution was
laid over under the rules.
In the assembly there were several
Important bills Introduced. Davidson
offered his bill to tax express companies.
Bullard introduced the bill drafted by
the Wisconsin Editorial association to
amend the libel laws. The bill provides
that a newspaper must be given
chance to print a retraction before an
action for libel can be brought against
it. Agen Introduced a bill providing for
the establishment of a branch state
fair at Chippewa Falls, for which $2,000
a year and 10 per cent, of the premiums!
is appropriated. The state is also-to
pay $5,000 for Improving the grounds.
Gets nUO.OOO from a Railway.
Chicago, Jan. 29. A verdict of $10.'
000 in favor of Mrs. Emma A. Treat
was rendered yesterday before Judge
Stein against the Illinois Central Rail
road company for personal injuries
which she received Oct. 23, 1893. A mo
tion for a new trial was made by the
defendant company. Mrs. Treat was
injured at the Van Buren street station,
She was attempting to reach one of
the World's fair excursion trains when
sne alleged, she was pushed by the
large crowd between the cars and the
platform, and seriously hurt.
Wealthy Woman Left Mo WUL
SL Louis, Jan. 29. Mrs. Anna Allen.
reputed to be the wealthiest woman in
St. Louis, who died in Pittsfield, Mass.,
Wednesday, Is said to have left no will.
ller estate is said to be worth $10.00
000. The attorneys for Mrs. Allen and
the manager of her vast Interests are
unaware of the existence of such a doc
ument, and seriously doubt that one
was ever made.
Did Vou Era- Try
try Electric Bitters as t remedj (or
your troubles If not, get m bottle
now and tret relief. This medicine
has been found to be particularly
adapted to the relief and core of ail
Female Complaints, exerting a won
derful direct Influence la giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
you have loss of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan-
cnoiy or troubled with dlszy spells,
Electric Bitters is the medicine yon
need. Health and strength are guar
anteed oy its use. Large bottles
only 50c at Harts Ullemever's
a rug store.
PUest Plleel Piles,
Dr. Williams1 Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and itching ' piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the itching at once,
acts aa a poultice, giving instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed Sold by druggists or sent by
mail for 60 cents ad f I per box.
Willisms M'r'o Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all drug
Cough 8yrup wherever introduced is
considered -tae most pleasant and ef-
lective remedy lor au throat and
lung complaints. It is the only
prominent cough medicine that con
tains no opiates aad that can safely
be given to children. Sold by hi. F.
Whas Baby wag atok, we gaes WCeaaorle,
vTbaa she was a Child, she cried tor (
Children Cry for
aflllawanan aow Va.
w.. .. wit ,ws
I 1 eW ay -avjCV lL
..Mw,ai live, never
Estate of Jame W. Dyer, Deotaacd.
rn oadeielgned aartng been appointed adaln
trator of the estate of Java W. Dyer, late of
me county of Eoc lelend, etuie of liHnoia.de
aod, hereby gives notice thf be win appear
before the county coart of Hock Island eonn
? 1,16 oflle o' the nork of eai! conn. In
he city of Rock Island, at the March terra, on
tue first Monday in Marca, next, at which time
HI persons having claim saint eaid ee
tc are notified and reqoestee to aoenij forth
nrnose of havinc the same aiijnstod.
All parsons indebted to said estate are reqsert
o to make immediate payment to the nnder
Vgueo. Dated this SKih rtavov December. A. D. I.
Jons W.TBEaiNM. Administrator.
AGtninistra tor's Notice.
Estate of Ucoige II. Ke It, deceased.
Tae uudersljrueo bavin been aipomtel ad
ninistrajrix of the estate of tienreo H Kelly.
?' 'i1 eonnty of Eock Island, mats of
Illinois, deceased, hrreby give notice that she
ill appear before the eonnty conn of Bock Inland
xranty, at the offlce of the clerk of said conn, la
he cty of Hock Island, at the Mirth term on
he first Monday in March next, at which time
II person having claim asainat said estate are
oused and requested to attend, for tha panose
NT having the same adjusted.
all persons Indebted toaaid estate are request
ed to stake in saediate payment to the under
turned. Oated thla llth day of January. A. T lfT.
Ask Kbliy. Admisistra.iix.
. Administrator's Notice.
Kstat of Isaac Fambrrerr. decrastd.
The unoereUrDed tmnnr beeii auuoimeri aAmla.
tetrattix of the estate of Isaac Haaber.
late of the eonntr of Knav
state of minois, deceased, hereby civa notice
hat be will appear before the eonnty court
of Rock Island county, at the oilic of the clerk
weald court, tntke rltv siRwk lalurf. -t ,k
April term, on the flrrt Monday in April
next, at which time all person haying elaime
eainst said estate are notified and requeeted to
attexd. for the nonnae cat havinv Uhmiu a.
AU person Indebted to said aetata are ra
3 nested te make Immediate payment to the an
eraigned. mm this SBth day of Jsn. A. D.. 1"V7.
Berth BaHBCHoza. Administra'rix.
Jacsso at Ul'Hjt. Attume) for admx.
Notice of Application for Sale of Real
Estate of Min-rs
To all perrons woom It may concern:
Notice I hereby riven, that the nnderalimed.
Andrew W. McConoeli, gnardiaa of Ne tl. B
McC'onnel, Laura K. MeConnell. Nina H Me.
Cnnnell and Hartleys McDonnell, mln ra, will
make application to the conn y court of Rock
Islano county, at a regular t. na thereof, to be
held at tha court house in the elf of Rwk tatanrf
In said conuty. on the first Monday of Pebraary,
A. II 16ST7. belrg 'ha first day thereof, for aa order
and decree of raid court, d rertinr him aa mid
guaiuian, io ku toe following real estate he
loaxiOi t said m'nors. or ts much th.reof aa
shall seem trad court to the Interest of said
minors, situate In the county of Rock Island,
and state of III noiat wit: The undivided ooe-
ellth l-13i i f the follooine d acriheH
real estate, to-wit: The west, one-half s) of ir
nor hwest Quarter M of section aizuen n:i
and tne east one-half (S4) of the north-east qusr-t-r
!) of sect on revtnuen 17). sll in township
ixteen(lsi torts range two (j), west of the
fourth (4th) pr ndpat meridian, containing one
uuuureu anu uuy t le ' are.
AjiDBzw w. Mcrotntrxi,
Guardian of said minor.
Jicxsox ft tTursT, Attorn, ys.
Hooft Cr. Dotjons
Itepresontinf atnong other tLme
trted and well known fire Ineur
anee Oompanlas the following:
Rochester Gennaa Ins CO..
Westchester fire " ...
BuHaio Qermaa "
Bocherter, V 1
.... ... . New York
. Buffalo. M
Spring Card on
German rtre ...
MiiwQke Meckaalc, ...
. . .... Phlladelphi
Offlce eorner Mtjiteenth street and
Beeond avenae, second floor.
J M, DUFQPP,
The old Tire aad TlOMMrlad
Lcssss Promptly Pai2.
a, low as any inHahla eeaananv eaa afford1
oar patrnsag la aullcKed.
are the most fatal cf
FOLEY'i" KIDNEY CURE
a GUARANTEED remedj
w money refunded, con
tains remedies recognized
by all eminent physidasa
as the best for Kidney tsi
Bladder troubles. . .
Pries joc mod fiH
Sold by ft. f Bahnsen.
A Haiodsome Complexion
r one of Use gresteat charm a woman eaa
care aa eo
a a a a " . . m a
r uaaiBsiioB. rasnret, ar tb Ideal LaxaJ
Mieini- i.-, . . - .
run iHAVtLEits- uuiur.
aiaatio, ocs uiajto a racino
najwar Ticaa can be uarcUaaod at aac
Z Kui", 11 TwerTSuTtlSc
t d,Ko corset ym avacu
ttdnfrarw u-eu Jmk Kuauaer. a7X
-BVar limited. & oiia
fmahs A lie Itolne....
Kiraaha A Jiinneanolis..
OniehaAPea Mofcee JTx "
Jiaaha A Minne:m Bx"
Oacver. L'rcoln A Omaha...
St. fan! at Minneapolis
Denver, Ft. Worth A K. "'
teat City A et. Joseph"
.Rock Waco Washlcrvm
rtleau-o A Dee Moines
Rck ls!andtuart Aeeom
Mnsratine via Wilton
t 9 10 a (15
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a:Vi pin : pm
Arrival. tDeiawtar. Uui.exceatHaisla.
all otl.daliv t-.-,ji. - "-""v.
Bt-nday evening a roUmaa, sleeper will e at
.f'l "er lij ji whlok will loVv oT cZka
DCBLUfCToil Enrri-C B, e alL
litoet, a. 3. lonne. tev
oar. U u.n via If.nnmi. e rm. -
CLicaro. stciliiu.-. nh.m i '
t T 43 aa, t.4?m
rear:. Beanlrtown. Bcr-
ur.'non a nest . .....
St. Paul A Miorwasoli,
'terlitg .Clinton . DnMirtte
it. Jm. Kansa Oty, Decvori
APac Ooast via Oaleott'rgl
r-a pr1 s Hi u
Kpn, a Ua
Uaiur. tDallf 0x01 Sonoay
QHICAGO, KILWACKKX A ST. p4rL
t, JIJ7-T!ots A besthwastets P.-Woa
LUpot Iwentifctt Mreet, betoven riratatS
a ! and Brrrene , ,
t. ol Eiprex .... ,
freight and Aecocaogata,
Daily except Sosday.
4 -Or pm
a -00 am
1 - a at
Rocb Ilaxd PtoaiA Bailwat-
Depot Finn IKtu. wn SMtat at.aat
Rtockhou. Ge l. Tk'tAcent, iTuSJ
tere Bs. -TaeTrllDr" ..
btucm! ajajj k
CxtittMe . . .
Peo-laArrmn. prek tt. . HZ
fahle and rh w am Accom.
C'abie and Shertard Accom .
asenrr train, leave O.. R. I A P. Of ol'ne
iver. Trsics marked call,, ail other train
ally except Monday
ffX&f msf ("treuai
Sortlm Kali was.
t-eet, Davenport, a
Morvm, tea Tkt A
.. MIX) am h10'4Mm
. alCAOpm 4 r:m
- t pm bll -Kra
Dsay ueJy except mnuay. sttoirs eurth.
tpo'nt : Sonth and earn. No. I, ran betweea
0dar Rapid, and West Ubertf.
To the East via the
R. i. & P.
Lv Davenport..... .
Perry Street deot
Lv Bora I r.d
i 37 aa
I t to am 10b ma
nam inpsi t
UMiam 8 nrini i
I It tun , s nra
ISpm Ittlara )
t "5 pm T 1 am
10 BO pa ,lam
,00 pa. RSfipa
46 pm 11 item
Lv Hock Island....
Twentieth St Dspo.
ar reona .
Ar B Itxim i T.rt or ...... ,
Ar Indjanspoil, m...
Ar Loolsvule.. ....
d S5 pv
10 ) pan
ir BpKnrSoid ....
Ar ft 1-ols... .....
ar Lincoln. .,
ir Dccs'ur.. ....
j" ao em
kr Terrs Haute .......
fH ROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines esst of Peoria csrrv throue-h
coaches aad sleeping ears on night
trains to principle cities. i
Qea. Tloket Afext.
aJ ' Ski - - ' 4amn a ama
IH ABOVE SESULIsJ
It eulekir and sarslr rs-l
snovee w-rvoiisnaas. ImgMiteucrv.
rTightlv Kmlonoes. Evil Ureasaa.
Waating 4srasv end ai effects of aelfliuae ot
xceae an, irHtiscmJon. Ksvee xasr vitality.
rV-w-ar and Pallln Mwnsrr. Wu4a off ffnsantt
a A consumption. ir when all otberafalL In,
-r, loving VITA M.H. no otbe. C3an t earrMal la
.MimrtM. net ilgljOWpe BaKkaeeoren
f Sf. . - &. . m ,-ranteo to sjbim mm il-r-- a
WUXM. CO., CHICAGO. Si.
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