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THE ARGUS, BATUKDAY, AFBlLi 3. 1897.
PubUshsl Ddlr sad Wiek'i st IsTgSseood
Avmu, Bock Uand, III. Intend at the
oflN ee etcond-c'a matter.
J. W. Potter
of personal latter presumption which I Chapman Mathews pnts forth "A
nas created considerable surprise all I Flea for Our Utme." "uoeine in
orer the citj. Treachery to party I Practical Politics," is defended by F.
friends and associates is not a result 1 P. Stearns, who thinks that the poet
of experience to the clean politician was a patriot, a liberal conservative,
it is a trait of disposition. But and a wise state man. J. Harvey
while the people may be expected to Pence discusses "Polities on the
consider Scott's Inexperience in pol- American Stage." Emily P. Weaver
itics, they will likewise take the gives "A Glimpse of Old Philadel
same condition into consideration in phia." from the book of Peter Kalm,
weighing the capabilities of the two a Swedish botanist, who visited the
men for the office lor wnica tney as-1 city about 1749. "ine uentie An 01
pire. The mSn of the more mature I the Translator" is expounded by
Caroline w. Latimer. Alice Born
Earle writes of "Matrimonial Divina-
. 11 r n -
OondtniH the DUciey Bui. I of "Iwo Chinese Funerals." Iho tAalCn llUlillw.
Col. William R. Morrison criticises Poetry 01 me numDer is oy ora .
the Dingley tariff bill very se- ne usaae morgau.
TBKMs D Uy, lu cent pet WMk. Weikly,
12.00 par annua; ta advance $1.50.
All communications of po'.lueal or "pufr
live character, political or religiose, aiurt have
ml seae attached for publication. Ho such
correspondence wiictted from every township I judgment is the one the people wUl aroun, '
la nam island county.
Vnnnn ft I
. A A 1
17x5 occodu -.vc 1 z
Attorneya at Law.
Rook Island and unu BVMh- Tf,
offloa over KreU A Main la atore; Milan
Satcbbat, AraiL 3, 1897.
City Treasurer ,
Jiutlcea of the Peace
.T. J. MEDILL, JR
....A. D HUESINU
C. R MARSHALL
H. a SIMMON
. JOHN KONOSKY
P. el. leER
M. W. HATTLK8
A. M. 8IKHKKT
J. T. LARK1N
M. J. UNJOINS
first Ward JOHN SCRMAN
econd Ward HENRY LOHBE
Third Ward W. C. MACCKKR
rourthWard CHARLES BLECER
Fifth Ward T. A. PENDER
. RUth Ward W. H. 1IRAGDON
Bevcnth Ward W. K DEALS
Elect Medill mayor and revive the
pint of Improvement.
verely. The colonel is authority on
tariff legislation, and his views
therefore, are worthy of the atten
tion of the public. He was inter
viewed by the Washington represen
tative of the Chicago Dispatch Mon
day, and said:
The first sttiking thing about Mr.
Dingley's scheme is that it increases
rates on all the schedules, though
we have been all along told that the
present tariff was, as to many
branches of industry, sufficiently pro
tective. It is proposed on the basis
of the same imports to increase the
revenue more than $113,000,000.
It is an increase of tariff taxes.
Another notable fact is that this
increased tax burden is admittedly
$70,000,000 or $90,000,000 more than
the sum needed for government pur
poses, unless the current enormous
The number of Scribner's maga
zine appearing at Easter-time is
always particularly bright and at
tractive both in contents and illus
trations. The April issue this year
contains two full-page compositions
by Uorguet, called "A ttoman cas
ter;" a portrait, by Howard Cashing;
the Transformation teene in "Dr.
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," by William
Hole: Albert Herter's illustration xor
Cor Peccatrix," and Gibson's "Lon
don." as some of its artistio features.
Of special importance is Cosmo
Monkhoose's article on William Qo.il
!er Orchardson, B. A., the Scotch
painter, who came to London in 1862
and won sneedv recognition. Mr.
Monkhouse received the artist's help
in choosiosr the 10 pictures that
Possibly youre looking for some
thing new this spring in the way of .
new Dress Skirts, Blazer Salts,
Bhirt "Waists Gloves, Capes or
Jackets to wear for Eas'er, also the
latest In Ribbons, and Brits, and
Collars, which we are showing in
profusion. We would respectfully
ask a few minutes of your valuable
time to take a glance at the follow
ing quotations cn all new goods at
prices that are unmistakably low:
We guarantee all goods sold by cs
to be new:
Spring Jackets and Capes
The prettiest jackets and the dain
tiest capes. We can tell you in as
few words as possible, and
von the nric&s. but cannot do luaticel
illustrate the article. Urcbaroson is i to this line in tvpe. as space will not
MVDVD. UUIBH VUAIGUH V"OI I ... . . . 1 I - . . ,
rate of expenditure is to be enorm- K coiorm. ana 19 ?e" permit us
mi.lv inrrftMod perhaps, as the painter of "Napoleon rather hav
JACKSON 4k HURST.
Attorney, at Law.
Offiee Id ftook talul National Rub
J. J. ROACH,
Attorney at Law.
Abstracts, Collection Areney.
Bee over 1707 Booonfl avenue.
W1L L. LTJDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan. General Legal Busi
ness, Notary Public. 1706 Seoood are-
DUfl, BUIOTU MOCK.
s. d. swxxnrr.
C. It ViLXU
Cas't do better than to vote the
straight democratio ticket.
Tin town of Klo in Knox county
will vote for postmaster at the regu
lar township election.
Jons K. Scott has gained one ad
vantage from the campaign, not
withstanding the hopelessness of his
candidacy. He has had some exper
ience in writing briefs.
After the Ament school law
change is repudiated by the paople
again next Tuesday Dr. Klnjou may
be expected to bring another damage
ult against The Akols.
Carsi delights in boasting about
the high water the city got into
while he was mayor, bat he is reti
cent about the hot water he got Into
himself while he was mayor.
"Do you think that is the oojecir
'Is is likely to happen. Unneces
sary taxes and income invite waste
ful expenditure. Still, I think the
purpose of raising money for which
there is no apparent need, is a part
of the administration plan. First, to
get too much revenue, and then,
having an excuse for reduction, to
reduce internal taxes and thus pro
vide or save the revenue argument
for the preservation of tariff taxes.
They cannot have any perma
nence without the pretext of neces
sity for revenue. When President
Arthur called the attention of con
gress to the fact that the tariff of
1893 was yielding unnecessary reve
nue, we tried to reduce it. The new
president, Mr. McKinlcy, in a mi
nority report, opposed the redaction,
pointing to internal taxes as the,
tuitable place for reduction. Mr.
Dingley, I think, is going in that di
rection by laying on taxes neither
required for protection nor for revenue."
on the Bellerophon." Orchardson
has, it is said, that rare gift of "in,-
ward vision, which presents to bis
mind pictures so clear and strong,
almost to their details, that he can
transfer them to his canvas with
little hesitation or trial."
Sf.matok Billt Mason, of Illinois,
has callod on President McKinley
and expressed his views. The presi
dent is now at liberty to go ahead
with tho affairs of state. St. Louis I
Thr Scott literary bureau will not
be moved from the court house to
the city hall. State's Attorney Searle
will doubtless continue to give his
aspiring young assistant offise room
in tho county temple.
Tnc long and the short of "the
corner" ticket are not seen together
as frequently as they were. Has the
mayoral nominee considered even
little Johnny too much ballast to
carry? It is a case of every man
swim for himself now.
The Union is as silent as the grave
anent postofllce matter prospects
these days. Were the subject under
consideration different than it is, one
might apply the explanation that the
wisest people are sometimes appar
ently the most ignorant.
Will Van Devkntkr. the new as
sistant attorney general for the in
tcrior department, is 38 years old.
lie is a native of Indiana, and a
graduate of Do Pauw university.
He went to Cheyenne, Wyo., and
when 30 years old became chief jus
tice of the supreme court, by the ap
pointment of the president.
Under the caption of "What Will
Bring Prosperity ?" Charles Stewart
Smith and Francis B. Thurber, in the
April North American Review voice
their opinions on this very vital
question. A consideration of the
rights of trusts, the proposed tariff
reform, transportation interests, the
currenoy problem, and the upbuild
ing of the American merchant ma
rine, are among the more important
topics dealt with by the twain, and
the articles abound with practical
suggestions tending toward a revival
of "good times."
Godey's Magazine is new every
month. The April issue is unique in
several ways. Among the especially
notable contributions to this number
is an article by Marmaduke Humph
rey on "The Bicvcle of tho Year
Ninety-seven," which contains pic
tures and descriptions of almost all
the new things that have been de
veloped in the wheel world daring
the past 12 months. Among the pe
culiarly spring time and Easter
topics are "Old Time Easter," by
Gabriello Marie Jacobs; "A Hymn
for Easter," by William B. Green,
(music); "Whenne Hatte Trees
Uloom," by Grace MacGowan Cooke,
and a superb article by Eben E. Rex-
lord on "Common bense in Rose Cul
ture," fully illustrated. The literary
and fashion departments are fall of
good things, and a beautiful Easter
frontispiece and a special cover, add
a charming finish to the issue.
Outing for April easily maintains
the foremost position
Just trv a 10 cent box of Cascarets,
the finest 'liver and bowel regulator
ever made. .
$ NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE
I SYSTEM OF MEDICINE.
1 Davenport HealWnstitute
7pCWl"'lCd- Affection!, Attorn. BroneMtlf,
rm eammtoo, Hfaoscne, awrow, nnn, rv.om..
Blood, Utpt. Ki inry. Nerrwu Disorder wd Sexiiml
lHra-w of Mm nd Women.
tS-iwl mix ccnti io manr" i"r copj -a
VlMloDarr," n Wwwwi" Bhftt. (
No BUfntion ptM unlwi yon 1o Ax eentm In gf
Q itampvwtth your Art oommnnlcaf wo . i V,
() Address mil correspondence,
S 403 Bradj St Daenport, lews. S
WANTED BOAP.P AND ROOM BY
youct! man, with privilege of bath. Cen
tral location. Inquire Akutjs office.
WANTED 200 HORSES TO CLIPP. THE
best work at lowest prices. George
Shado. Cornell Third and Rock Island streets,
WT ANTED A GOOD HUSTLER WITH H30
V to muriate a sub-aitency: a good posi
tion for the ilirht party. Address R. A. brat
ton. Galena, 111.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware,
musical Instruments, bicycles. elothlDK, dry
roods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid for second band (roods of all kinds also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential. H'S new number and location.
119 Eighteenth street. Don't forget it. I. W.
WANTED AGENTS FOR "WAR IN
Cuba." by Senor tuesada. Cuban rep
resentative at Washington. Endorsed by Cu
ban patriots: in tremendousdemand: a bonanza
for agents: only 1 .50: big book; big commis
sions. Kerybody wants the only endorsed,
reliable book: outfits free: credit given; freight
paid. Drop all trash and make M"0 a month
with ar in iuoa. Aaaress toaay. tne na
tional Book Concern, Dearborn street,
1 have vou come in this depart-l
ment with this garment before you.
or in other words let the garment!
speak for themsel7es. Here ia are. I
minder of what we can do for you in
At IS a fine broadcloth jacket
with velvet collar, nobby style
and fit, worth 19. vou take
them Monday for $5.00
At $7.50 we can give you your
choice in a beautiful line of
jackets that are worth up to
$12. They are in black, tan,
navy and novelties, Monday's
Capes, we have them from $5. 90 up I
to $15: we are cutting quite a figure!
in this line, and are positive that, a
look will surely win for us trade.
After a long delay we have re-1
ceived the long looked for shin
waists; and now are showing some.
thing new and up to date, at very
low prices, ranging from 49c up to
$2.50. Also a line of silk waists
from $1.75 to $15. Having pur-1
chased a manufacturer line oi
blazer suits, samples, we are enabled
to quote vou at one-third the ordi
nary prices,' prices from $5 to $18.
III! til "
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, etc
To liven up trade in this depart
ment we have placed on sale
our $1 value gloves, every pair
warranted, for 69c
Hand-made lace handkerchiefs,
well wonh $1. with 2-inch pop
corn lace edge, for this sale. . . 48c I
Men's handkerchiefs, large size.
fancy border, worth double.. 5c I
Veiling. You will want the lat
est in this line; we show a
large assortment, per yard,
from... 5c and up
We will show until the line is
closed out our $2.59 lace cur
tains, take as many as you
want, but cannot oe dupli
cated, so come early; you have
an extraordinary bargain, 3
yards long, for $1.50
We handle all the standard
brands in corsets S. & G ,
Kabo, Thompson, Glove-tit-ting.
Gage, Downs, Jackson,
Philadelphia Corset company.
and many others, from.39o and up
In hosiery we have the new Gera
nium colored hose; they are all the
rage, and you want them.
Ladies' calico wrappers, worth 89c,
for this sale 69c, and others up to
Attorneys and Couneellora at Law.
Offiee la Beneaton Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Attorney at Law.
THERE'S ROOM AT THE TOP
' Ioeal business of an kinds promptly
attended to. State 'a Attorney of Rock
Island oounty. Office, Mitchell A Lynde
Our business of making to
rn easure clothes has constant
ly increased. It's a case of
the Survival of the Fittest
The reason of our success is
the fact that we hive un
equalled facUUies for baying
woolens and making clothes.
GUARANTEE A PERFECT FIT.
Spring is almost here and our new Invoices of
the proper things are now ready for inspection.
Don't delay seeing the nobby line. We have
some beauties. Call early.
9 I aaaaaw .akv aaaaamv ! sa aaaaau m .Baw aaaaaav
Under the Harper.
MCEN1RY & McENIHr.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security: make
collections. Reference, Mitchell A
omee, auteheu a
a L. SILVIS,
Over Krell Math s, 7t
THICAGO medical institute
.i Eatahllaeed bv
DR. J. D. UN ANGST.
Offlae. Room C Wnlteker TUoek, J
corner Third and Brady atresia, Dayen- J
N. Y. DENTAL PARLORS.
IIS E. Third St., Davenport.
For painless filline with the eleetrie !
eatapuone. Pninleaa extracting. AU
work at one-nair me usual prices.
' uu&ramceu ior tu years.
DR. CHAS. if. ROBERTSON. '
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Office, Whlttaker Block, southwest
comer oi Third ana uraay streets,
Davenport. Iowa. Rooms 17 and 18.
Hours: v to 11 a. m., i m p. m.
W. EWELL, M. D.
Physician and Surf eoa.
Office Honrs: n to is a. m., lit 4 a
n. ana at euku. onwi dl. Dav
1 Snecialtles: Diseases -of
CSenito-L'rlnary Organs, and
! oi the women.
Tnc wheel is rapidly becoming the I cations devoted to sports and pas.
leading issue in Chicago's municipal
campaign. The wheelmen demand
thai the railways carry their bicy
cles as baggage. They demand this
of the republican legislature. If the
legislature favors them they will
support the republican candidate for
mayor. On the other hand, the rail
road men say they have as many
votes under their control as the
wheelmen, and if the legislature
rushes the wheelmen's bill through,
the railway employes will vote
squarely against the republican
TJH5R RENT HOUSE OP FOUR ROOMS.
X? sa Twenty Hret street, with water and
Woodenware and Furniture
times. Beautiful illustrations and
many seasonable sketches of sport,
travel and adventure in all parts of
the world give the needful variety
to a most acceptable number. The
contents are: "Western Yachts and
Designers," by Arthnr J. Pegler;
"Housekeeping in Venice," by Theo
dore Furdy; "The Bloodhound and
Ilia Training" bv A. P. Ponre:
"Woodland Archery," by VmmF,
FOR REST A FIVF.-ROOM COTTAGE AT
Eii.-hth-and-a-half avenue. Inquire
"CKR RENT FURNISHED ROOM. PRI
I A vate residence, central location. Innuire
at This A nous office.
Tub public especially that portion
of it that attaches its faith te loo
allopathic school of medicine, is
awaiting with much Interest the re
sult of Gov. Tanner's choice of a
homeopathic physician for superin
tendent of the Rock Island hospital
for the insane, especially ia view of
Dr. Taylor's declaration that the in
stitution will be conducted solely on
Hahnemann lines, and with m view
Likuku." by Mai D.
Hatch; "A Modern Kite and Govern
ment. Experiments." by H. C. Hun
ter; "Goose Shooting on Caicumpec
Bay." by R. R. Fitzgerald; "Canoe
and Gun," by Ed W. Sandys; "An
k; .Twell Through TidewYter FlZ?
oi Virginia," oy J. o. Harrington;
tde three renting at present for 00 yearly:
price J.w. Inquire at 11 10 Third avenue.
"CIOR SALE FARMS. TWENTY-FIVE IN
I A. Rock Lsland countv. hu m uo
Alao numerous small tracts suitable (or rar-
I deninfr. Western and southern 1
i nowman. kock i&iana.
Stained wood stands,
for this sale
14-quart milk cans
Heath & Milligan paints, per qt.
Rutherford wall paper cleaner.
per can ;
Baby carriages from $4.25 and up.
Refrigerators from $5 85 and np.
Ice chests from 3 25 and up.
Well finished sewing tables 98c
tor comparison wui snow iun our
orices average fully 20 per cent
lower than other houses.
Dona Concepcion." by Major John
Brook; "National Guard of Maine,"
by Capt. C. B. Hall; "In Stable and
Pasture." by E. B. ArcnTrV and
the usual editorial, poeui. imuj,
The complete novel in the AprU
i.o iinicio ironi nnase. in uavenport; rents
mrjjircr montn. uirt cneap: price K000
Call at Tto West Second street. Davenport
XpOR SALE TWO CHOICE BUDLDING
A lots in Schnell addition, nn. .nihM
Soecial sale of Jardinerea. We
I A . .
have iust receivea an invoice oi a
fine line of Jardineres from J. E.
Jeffords & Co.. of Philadelphia, and
lots in schneii addition, one toutheam will place them on sale at once at
er Twenty-second street and Ninth ue. I . K i w.
to showing the world the methods I issue of Lippincott's is "Ray's Ee-
enrployet by this branch of medical
praotlce in the treatment of the most
dreadful smxtion that humanity is
Tns Union attempts to explain by
way of comparing Marshall and
fecott that the democratio candidate
ia an experienced campaigner, while
the republican candidate has never
ran for otlice before. This latter ref.
crence to the republican nominee ia
a striking verifteation of the excuse
The Anocs said last night would be
cruit," by Capt. Charles King. It ia
in this favorite author's well known
manner, and recounts the exper
iences of a most superior and onus-1
nai private, fcisie a. Komnson, in
Joe Higgler's romance," tells a I
cotisns story of a mining camp,
Mary B. Goodwin explains the diffi
culties which certain cnarmine sis.
tera had in "Answering His Letter."
Some odd facts about "Animal Can
noneer and Sharpihooters." are
given by Dr. James Weir, Jr. Cal
vin Dill Wilson describes "Oyster
corner Twenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twenty-third
street and Ninth avenue. Win sell on easy
terms and time to suit buyer. Address T J
Halpin. SOS North Main street. St. Louis. Mo. '
T OST WHITE
DOG WITH TELLnw
soots, setter. Finder will be Khr.ii
warded. Inquire at Doily Bros', shoe store.
dJJT A DAY MADE EASILY BY AGENTS
advertising our roods. No talking; re-
uuircu. n rive ions, w eao tneresv crown
Supply company, 414 Dearbornstreet, Chicago.
IA1KTY DOLLARS A WEEK EASILY
A.' made. Areata wanted in every locality
lor Hon. w J. Bryan s irreat and onlv book.
The Fin Battle." The best seller ever pro
duoed. Aeects are taking as many aa too or-
uereper wet -, ncvare or fraudulent Imita
tions. Send for OUUIS and tuHria wortc ,
ABM W R rjMih., nnhlLkM 1 1 T'k .
offered for his strange employment Planting and Oyster Farming." Fred street, cnicaso.
prices that we have never before
mentioned. This includea the well
known Marion, Sorry, Ribbon. Savoy
and Melrose shapes. lou will no
doubt need something in this line
for . your Easter flowers. Do
not miss this sale, as we can save
Ton money. Jnst think of a fine
Jarainere, manon snaps, ior toe;
former price f i. we also nave a
few Jardineres in assorted colors
worth 70c each, but will close them
at 39c each.
A fine assortment of Easter ergs,
extra large, yonr choice of any dec
oration at oc eacn.
Flower vases at 5c each and np.
Architects and Bupertntendenta.
Room!. Mitchell A Lvnda BnOdlaw. i
I Beeona noor.
i HENRY GAETJE, Prop,
i chijrpiannock Nursery.
Cut Flowers and Designs of an Kinds, j
! -city atore, 1907 Second avenue. Tele !
I pnone, ioiul
Pugene J, Durno
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rente.
The old lire and thro
tried company! repre
sented. Rates aa low
as any tellable company
roar Patronage la BoUoltad, .
Omea 1810, Second A.
Harper House Bloek.
A Handsome Complexion
la nan nf thr rrritrirt rTisrraa a a mm a caa
pmuss PoaasaTi's Cojuuzjoai rWBu
Our Klretrle If achlne for the treatment of Servoas
Dletner, Kbenmatirm, and X Ray Work,
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes.
RERVODS DEBILITT Exhanstlva drains, sleeplewsaess, UreaUaad
sanity, weak aaeaaery, aaeatal aslaalens, et any east eeasmsa aae te aervocs exaaacaa
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism. Scrofula, SypLUla. Hood
Kldaey.UvOTaM fKa gMiai eaaaeeiaw't aaa iiasaiasisaiiy eaawaaf asw atM ty
teia of cwlicna.
7ARICOCELE Is the most active cans of nervous debility. Wky treat
awMrths with orhers mbm w awaactee yoe a pfwisai i care ai aaan avays et aw saaawe
aattthodt Uydroecl cared la three day-0 Pa.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their an should consult ns
We have eared BMny eases tfvra ap as aopcieaa, ana we any aa aaw aa care yea. aanu i
o per Hon. perforated at your home If desired. Ahdaaalaal and brala anrgery a apaaltr
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous hair removed.
o OSLT CURABLE CASES TAKES o
If m cacao -tell, wrrtt. BBhdrad' eared sy &. Ease IW1l,ltss,ftil. laaHj
llOtelOCI, Beat of referencta and credentials.
DR. J. E. VJALSC3.
OFFICE W4 W. Third St.. MoCsHonf h, BnQllng, Da van port, Iowa,
9TATB OF ILLIM1H, I
Rock I.Laao c tocaTT, (
In the circuit court. 11st terra. 1X97 la
a iwara u. t.nyrr. (onfia.ee a., unrer and Her
bert D. Blakcmora v.. ( hsries U. Kvder 4ha
O. Ryder, IJ.lis ('hri.tiae Hf er. John C. H.
Read, John C II. itaad. .zeeator of the lart
will and teslsraent of f'h.r e. P. Brder Ae
ceswd; Thomas C. Hitler. Mary a. Kitur,
Wililaui I. Bral. the Molina bia'.e llavinga
Aradavit of Don-realdeQca of the defendante,
rbarles II. Ryder. John U. Rvrer and idella
Chritine Rjrtler, imileaded wl'h the abova d
fendanta. John C. H Read, Jnbn C. U. Read, ex
ecatorof the last wH and tea amen t of barlea
P. Hyder, deceued; TbomsaC. Muer. Mmrr A.
Hitter, William 1. Seal, the Molina Stale gar
lnirs tank, hsvtcc heea Sled la the clere'a
offl-e of the etrcnlt erort of raid county, aotice
t therefor, hereby irlvea to Jba said coa r. el
dent deftnlat.t. that tbe complainant. Sied tieir
I Hi of ennlalnt In aald coart, or. the chancery
aide thereof, oa the Sid day of March. IW7.
and thai Iherraton a snranooa laaaed oat of .kin
coprt, wherein aid mlt la now pandlaa;. return.
oiq on ua nrat atoaaay in Tim aaonta of Mv
next, aa Is by law required Now. aaleea you.
tbe raid non reatdem attends? tr above aaai'd.
Charles n. Rydar. Jobo . Rfder and Idella
Christine Ryder, shall personally bi and appear
before aald circuit coart, oa the tret d.v of
tbe next term thereof, te be bo Idea at Bock
island, la and for 1b said eoantv.oa the erst
Monday la May Bert aid plead, answer or
dav r to the raid euaielainaata' bill of complaint,
the aims and the id altera and taiegs tbe rein
chargea and mud will be takea aecoafeeeed.
derrre entered axaiut JOB accordinc to the
I".; vi miu viji.
. , .esORQM W. OA WBLX. Clark.
"a Tataad. Ill March . 1SS7
B. B. Orraa, Complaicanta' Bvlidtor.
TATS OF ILUSOI. 1
BOOB llUHB OOOWTT. I
la the eireuil conn. May tern. 1871, in chta-
I Ad ward Allay, compUmatit vs. Mary Oabora. tn
vs own ngni. aai aa cxeeatnx oi tne uac wm
of Adam A I Jay. deoaaaed, W il;lm A'd.y.
Adolph Alday, Katie Peterann. Carl Foaa. Jo; n
M. M nailer and Mela 1 ODlllna, drfradacta.
Afltiavu of Don restdeace of said M.ry Obtra,
both In her own rttbt-nd aa sx-cnuix of 'be ae
tata of Adam Alday. daceeaeO, and of Wiiliun
Alday and Ado. pa ald.y, tne shove de
feaaanta, havtnf been filed In tbe clerk "a orBee
of the eircnlt coart of aaid eotiniv, "-Aire
is therefore berebv (fivea to tbe aa d non-real-dent
d'fenaaota that tbe complainant died Bit bill
rf ecaipltlntiaaaideoBK,on the cnancery aide
tbenef. m Ihttkl day of March, A. I. It7.
and that Ibarra pee a ramnraiia iaaoed out of said
eonrt, wherein aald snit ia n pendinr. rvtnra
able en the ltat Monday la the month of
May next, as ia by lew required. . -leas
yea. the said noo-reident defeadrrte
above aauaed. Mary Cborn. la yonr owe rjifbt
and as executrix of be ee-.eta of .Adam
Alday, drca.ee. William Alday end Adolph
IMn ah.ll nmulll be Bad BpStSt
before said drcoit court, oa the tret day
of the at term thereof, to be beidea at
Reek lamed in aad for the aald eoaaty, oa the
I rat Monday as May next, and p!ed,eeawer
or demsrto the said compiaiaanfe bill of .cam.
plaint tbe eeme aod the mauere aad threes
thereia charted and auted will be takea aa coa
eeeed. and a decree entered agaiast yoa accord
iactethe prayer of aald bill.
eroaua W. naaatA. Clark,
Bark Island, rn. March a. Vtn.
J.M.aaaaneLBT AC. J.
Eetate ef Andrew Peaiaoa. di.caeeed.
Tbaaadsreicned haviac; been apBointed admta
lavatrlx ef the last will and tneitawmt of Andrew
Peareoa. late ef the eoeatv of bock lsiaed.
state of Iiliaota. ineea.sd. hereby eivee swtlce
tnex ana wui appear aerore tne eoaaty eean or
Bock lalead ceeniv. at the oflVce of tbe clerk of
said court, la the city of Bock lalead, eathe
Apru teim, en the ana Monday ta Anru
whica tunw au penoas bavins claims
neat, at which time an nenoaa havtec
acalnetaald aetata ere aotlfied and ree,oeied te
attend fir the parpoee ef bavtur tbe eeme ad-
jaatee. aui pereone inaentea naeeiaeewe are ir
eaeeted te snake immediate payment le me aa
Dated this ISth day ef February. A. lan.
Claba Pea nana. AdmlnlstraUix.
Jacssob A Hover. Attorney.
Estate of Philip Oltntr-ldeln. dreeaeed.
fhe wadendrned havmr baea ajipotnwd
torof thelMtw) laad te.taBt of Philip Dla
rcMola late of ttie eouniy of Hoaa lalatid,
ate of Iilinoia, duoaaead. aerrby elves BoUce
Uiat be will appear before the aoaaty edert
ef Bork I.I and coutity. at tbe offloa of the clerk
of said eooit. In tee city of Hoc IalaaA, ettae)
May term, on the Sret Monday la May
aerial blchtime all rename havlna; elalaae
arainetaaid eateta are notiaed aad raejueeted u
aueod, tut the parpoee of aavliit the same ad-
a n .-em indebted 1
eaeated to make Immediate
Dated this Sth day of March A. DM 1SST.
Paiur DiaecLBBTB. Ja Kxecatoc.
Ad xra Ptsiaaars, AUoraey.
It'jca lataaa oucbtv. I
la tbe eircait eean. the May term. A. D.
im. In chancery.
William Campbell va Mary Verbarv, rtsrtea W.
Yerbor. B. B. Lam; eorce B. Bailey aad
Tee Red Wins eloae Ware tompaar. a cefpst
Affidi.it ef the noa-fr;deeee ef the led Wlaa
Btooe Ware comai y. a cofporatioB. Impieadna
er.ta tbe ah we aaved drfeodauU. Mary Taraery.
rbarlea W Tertiary, E. K. lamp, aed O.mfu B.
Bailey. bavm( been vee m tae cwrBw emce
of the eircnlt coart of said county, aotice
at therefore hereby (Ivea to the aald aoa
reaideat defeodanV, that tbe eompleleaat above
aemed Sled bal bill ef eemolatnt airelaet yoe la
aald coart, Of. tbe chancery tide thereof, oe tbe
leth day of March. 17. aad that therespna a
aammene leased eat of aeld eoorv, wbereia said
eolt le new prodiag, retornebie oe tbe Sret Mon
day fea tbe month of May aext. ee m by law
required. Bow, ealeea yoa, the eatd eoe-teaideat
defeeeaad above siMned. The Med Winy Stone
Ware eneapaav. a carpuratloa. aaall paieeeelly
be and appear before said Oreo It evert, oa
the arat day of the next term thereof, to be
botdea et the court boeae ta the cHy ef
Rock I. land la aed for the said eeenty.eej the
Sret Monday of Sey nexU eea pteao. a.
or demur le theaaid com plaiua tit's bill of
therein raarrad aad auted will be takea as
f i asi d. aad a decrm entered sealant yea aramd-
Onewaa W. eaaaLB. Clark.
IbckBBMU. Wawsa. Mar. hie, 187
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