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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, APRIL 5, 1897
Cbb lilfttDtlly anil W.sk'y it intgieeoiid
Av-aaa, Mock Island, 111. (Xntersd M tM tos-
J. W. PoTTCB
TCtt.--D Uy. 13 (sat. per week. Watkly.
fJ.01 por una; a advanc f 130.
m vuBnuuiuceuoii. ui po or aiBumenTA
tiv. character, politic! or religious, mo.it hay.
ml Bam attached for publication. Ho inch
artlcl win bo prlstel over iaitloat signatures.
CorrcrrO'idana. solicited from every towsablp
la Rock Island coonty.
MOXDAT, Al'AIL fi, 1897.
Mayor X. 3- MEDILL.JH
City Clerk A. D HUES I NO
t-ity Attorney C. B. MARSHALL
City Treasurer II. a SIMMON
Police M.irtntrate J. T. HTAKKORD
Assistant Supervisors JOHN KONOSKV
Assessor WILLIAM HOKKT
Collector I. j. LEE
Justices of th Peace at. W. IiATTLr.s
A. L 8IK1IKRT
Constables j. E. LARKIN
M. J. IlIOCINS
W. C. MACCKER
T. A. PENDER
,....W. H. KRAUDON
W. K. HEALS
Do not fail to vote.
Vote on the propositions first.
Vote strains', experiments with
the school system, and repulse the
purpose or the Anient followers to
upset the present school govern
TntBE Is one thine to look fcr
ward to. We will probably bear
from Congressman I'lince and tie
postofiice as soon as the eke'ion id
Has anyone stopped to figure it
out why the storm drain crowd
should be particularly anxious to do
an it can lor Juna K. Scott, at this
Yes the democratic psr.y has lost
the valuable services of both Jjnn
Loney and Tom Cox in the present
campaign but still It has hopes of
Tub l ninn thinks that where you
will tied Kel y in thi campaign
taere John Looncy has directed him
Does any one for a moment doubt
Kelly' alliance with "the corner?'
John 1). Kockki kllf.k is poculiir
ly fortunate in his choice of a Icctuie
subject. In tellintr "How to Get
Blob," he can explain hid own awful
example without additional expense
Tiir. corner" will have a barrel of
money tonight and tomorrow, but
welghtd in the balance with popula
sentiment it will not count. The
people are for Medlll, even if Tom
Cox is against him.
A Washington 1 oolblack lifted hi
hat to President McKinley, and the
chief executive lifted hia hat to the
bootblack, and all the Washington
correspondent wonder. They for
get it was the father of his country
who in a similar instance, explained
that tin would not have a colored man
more polite than he.
Hen BcTTEKwotiTit. of Ohio, has
been nominated by the president lor
oommisstoner of patents. Air. tfui
terworth was for the free coinage
liver at 16 to 1 by the United States
regardless of the aid of cooperation
of any other nation, but suppressed
his convictions for the sake of his
party. The patent office is his re
ward. It isn't much, but in these
depressed gold standard times it
bstter than nothing.
CcRtocsLT enough, the oaly blac
man is tbe national rouse of repre
eatai tves is named n hite. lie is
republican and a rrntertionist, and
Toted for the tariff bill "in the name
of nin.i million of his rCJ,' ninety
rer rent of whom are lattircrs."
Uis belief that higher taxes will ben
efit the laborers of his race suggests
that Mr. White, while a congressman,
lacks several degrees of being a
statesman, a distinction, which by
the way. is not entirely his, and is
not confined to color.
"Rock Island republicans may
well rejolco with their political
brethren of Davenport, who have
elected their candidates for major
and all of the city officers for the
first time in twenty years. Their
victory should be an inspiration to
us to do our prettiest next Tuesday
and last November we rolled np
nearly a thousand majority." Union.
Democrats of Davenport cut the
republican majoritvot last fall down
1,000 votes Saturday. If the same
relative reductions are made in Bosk
Island tomorrow Medill will have
enough, but we expect to give him
Senator Kingsbnry has introduced
t bill in the upper house of the Illi
nois representatives calling for an
increase in the salaries of all state
officers, making the governor's sal
ary tK',000 per year; lieutenant gov
ernor, 2,0C0; secretary of state, j
auditor, attorney general and suptr
erinteodent of "public instruction,
f5,C00 each, and the state treasurer
110,000. Times are so (rood in this
country that the state of Illinois can
afford to pay any amount for sal
aries, and the only question is hoar
modest the officers would be In car
rying away the money that might be
voted to them. The workingmen
of Illinois who are out of jobs, and
would be glad to take them at any
price, and the farmers who are sell-
ng corn at prices that do not pay
for the hulling, will rtjoice to know
mat senator Ktngsburg has crawled
far enough up the wall that hides
the rising sun of profperity, and that
he has looked over the top, has seen
tbo sun rising in the east that will
give the people of the state of Illinois
more money than tney neca, so that
they can increase the salaries of the
state officers to the magnificent pro
portions that are set forth in his bill.
Of course, the ordinary working-
man or the ordinary farmer would
not suppose for a minute that these
salaries could be paid by the state of
Illinois unless the great ship of pros,
perity has started in this direction.
and they will be glad to know that
Senator Kingsbury has discovered
Notice is hereby given that on
Tuesday, the 6th day of April, A. D.,
1897. in the city of Kock island. Ills.,
an election will be held for the fol
lowing officers, to-wit:
Cne Msyor fot to yeara.
fne CHy CWk (or two yeara.
One City Attorney for two years.
One City Treasurer for two yeara
One Police Maffintrate for roar years.
One Alderman in the Fiat ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Second ward for two years.
One A d rman In Ibe Third ward for two yeara.
one Alderman In the Fourth ward for two
ire merman in me ruin warn in two year.
One A iderman In tbe Sixth ward fcr two years
One Alderman in the bevenlh ward for two
Two Asilstant Supervisors for two years.
Oue Anepor for one year.
One Collector for one year.
Three Juftticm of the Peace for fonr years.
Three Conrteolce for fonr years.
Ttotire ia hereby a so given, that in enrtnance
of a petition of ten (ID) Ireal voters, rci-id. els In
the car or kock l.iand, m inn nue or Illinois,
there will he snhmlrted to the voters of said
cliy, at said election the (ines'lin of istnini? the
bonds of said city under tne provlrions of an act
of the legislature of raid state, entitled. "An Act
to Amend and Act." entitled, "An Act Relating
to Connty ano City Debts," and to provide for
the payment thereof by taxation of such counties
anu ciue, spprovea reo. is, ana to amend
tne title tnercor, approved ana la rorce April
Firt. The r timber or bonds proposed to he
isaca is two nauarea ana sixty
becouti. i tie amount oi earn or said bonds
on its face rbsll be to-wit: One hundred and
twenty (1.101 of raid boi.ds shall be of the
prineiual sura each of one thousand if 1,000 MM
dollars: twenty t'-lO) of which aha1! be paya
ble in ten tin) jtars, liifty (50) in fifteen (1")
vears, and fifty (.VI) in twenty (SO) fr m the
first day of September, A. O . 18$?. And one
linnd'ed and forty (14H) of said bonds shall be
or the principal sum evta or fiva huuired
f.'MMXj) dollais; four Hot of whlrh ahall be
payable in ten (Hi) years, forty (40) in fir
teen (IS) years and sixty (AO) in twenty ism
years ton the first day of September, A.
Third The rate ol lrtercst on ca b. of rain
bonds thall be four and one half t) per centum
per annum. niyerite semi annnaity.
Fourth. Both principal and ln'erest shall be
parable at the Firm Natlna Hank of Chicago.
Illinois; ,aid bond shall be issaed for the par-
pose or rsisuiK mon y to parcoase or retire cer
ula domestic bonds of sld city amounting in
principal and Interest to nbont tbe attmof one
bmi t.il and seven y ( 170.0.0.00) dollars; an
all certain warrants of said citr no out Vsndit tr
raid warrants amounting: n the ager sa e sum of
aix.it twin! v thousand It.H0U '() dollars.
lly omer of the city council of the cur of Rock
laiann. in , as per resolution passed r eo. IS. A.
Which election will be open at 7 o'c'oex In the
morning and coi'tinne open until 5 odock in the
afiernconof that day.
-lacea of realelraUoa and voting will be as
r Irst Watil FrarkVn hoae bouse.
second Ward Firt Precinct, Krnae't shoe
snop mis i u ra avenoe.
Second Ward eond Precinct. Gmtn Stodd
ball, Btbtb aveoae, between Mirth and Tut-lb
i bird Ward Fir-t Prec'.nct, Dart's building.
U1, t niru sveuuc,
i bird Ward-Second Precinct, William BJnck'
b'ltldlne. 14M Seventh ovenae.
rounn ward Fint freclnct. 1914 Third ay
es tie, r rirk a barn.
Koatti Ward -second rrteinct. No. S school
nonse. mineteerttn elreet ana rirth avenne.
Fifta Ward First Picclnct, hose hou-, 6J
1 wen r-se ond streeu
Filth vi aid Second Precinct, fchnldl'a
eery. Tsw uain stro-t.
bixb Ward Pearson's KsUnrant, S?o0 Fifth
Merenth Ward-First Praclnet, street car barn.
r tun avenue.
(Seventh Ward Second Precinct, old Ko.
School boofe. seventh avenue.
A. 1). lirnsiNu. cttyand Town Cera.
Bt ck Island, Ilia., Mareh , lbtrr.
Btaads At the Baal.,
August J. Bogel, the leading
uruggiat oi anreveport. La., says
Ur. Kings 2ew Discovery is tbe
only thing that cures my cough, and
it is the best seller 1 have." J. F
Campbell, merchant of Stafford
Arl.. writes: "Dr. King's New Dis
covery is an mat is claimed for it
it never fails, snd is a sure cere for
consumption, coughs and colds.
cannot say enough for it merits."
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds is not
an experiment. It has been tried
for a quarter of a century, and today
stands at tne neau. it never dieap-
points. Free trial bottle at Hartz A
Ullemejer's drug store.
When bilious or costive eat a Cas
caret, candy cathartic, cure guaran
teea. iu cents, nenta.
For Infants and Children,
lauTTf Is. MISCELLANEOUS.
. avatars sJJ--&- T
v'Tr , tssa
"Faust" waa given an excellent
production by William T. Roberts
and Miss Olive Martin at Harper's
theatre Saturday night. The scen
ery was superb and the company
was well balanced and far above the
average organization on the road this
season. Unfortunately the attend,
ance was poor, but under the cir
cumstances nothing better could be
expected, and if Mr. Roberts and
Miss Martin and their company re
turn to Bock Island again no doubt
a better reception will be a.corded
The Crows opened an 8-night en
gagement at Harper's theatre last
night, giving good satisfaction. To
night the company presents the
Gulch Mine." Election returns
will be received at the theatre to
Backlea'a Arnica Salve.
The best Salve in the world for
Cnts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
files, or no pay required, it is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. For sale by Hartz & TJllemeyer.
To the Benefits Received From Dr. Miles'
NEW HEART CURE.
HEART DISEASE Is curable. It la not
surprising that all cases are not
cured, since no physician has made
the heart a special study for a quarter ol a
century as Dr. Miles has done. The follow
in? tribute from a physician will be read
with Interest. "For six years prior to taking
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure my yrife was a
terrible sufferer from heart disease. She
had a constant flutter
ins of the heart and
severe palpitation and
pain In the left side.
She took three bottles
of Dr. Miles' New Iieart
Cure and was complete
ly restored to health,
ana lias not taken a
drop of medicine during the past two years.
Under these circumstances I cannot do
otherwise than recommend It to others."
F.lendsblp, S. Y. ' W. II. SCOTT, M. D
Dr. Milts' Remedies are sol j by all drus
Ki.sls nnder a positive guarantee first bottle
benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart
anil Xcrvos sent free to all annllcants.
Dtt. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart, Ind.
T AJ.TEU BOARD AND ROOM BY
v Toung man. wttn privilege ol bath. Cen
tral location, inquire a bops offlce.
WAXTED 200 HOltSF.S TO CLIPP. THE
bet work ut lowest prices. Geortre
ouduu. vurucr i uiru anu hock i&iana streets.
HTANTF.D ENGAGEMENTS TO pr.av
" for parties and dances. Good mtiMC
furnished by competent orchestra J. J Ba
uer, .w sevemeenin street. Telephone 1-jso.
TTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
M monds. watches, iewelrv. hardwrn
musical Instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
(roods, furniture, etc. Hit-hest cash prices
?nld for second band Roods of all kinds also,
he above goods for sale at balf the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
confidential, his new number and location.
1 19 Eighteenth street. Don't forget it. J. W.
WANTED AGENTS FOR -WAR IN
v Cuba," by Senor Quesada. Cuban ren-
rvtiLLio ul , anin'ion. r.naonea ny Cu
ban patriou: in tremendous demand: a bonanza
for BKents: only 1.W: bir look: big commis
sions. F:verybody wants the only endorsed,
reliable baok: outfits free: creditpiven: freight
Minn, i rrop aii irasn ana murfe touu a month
with "War in Cuba." Address today, the Na
tional Book Concern. 3M-3S6 Dearborn street,
XflOR RENT A GOOD STORE IN A GOOD
-- luuauun. Auu.-es "A U" AkOCS omee.
TT?JlI-NT-HorSE OF FOUR ROOMS,
-a- 43 Twenty Brst street, with water and
FOR RENT -FURNISHED ROOM. PRI
vate resulenoe. oentral location. Inquire
at The A Burs offlce.
TfOR SALE-THREE HOUSES AND LOTS
-a- adjoining Third avenue: pavlnir is Daid
the three renting at present for yejlris
pi ice S3.MI0. Inquire at 1 1 10 Third avenue
TOR SALE FARMS. TWENTT-FIVE IN
a- Rock Island county, M to 240 acres.
Also numerous small tracu suitable for gar
dening. Western and southern lands. (Jordan
& Howman. Rock Island-
FOR SALE BUSINESS PROPERTY LOT
JxlH. bricg building, on Second street
two blocks from bridge, in Davenport: rents'
E".lmoc,h- aeP: Price fcooo.
Call at , JO est Second street. Davenport.
pOR SALE-TWO CHOICE BUILDING
-a- lots in Schnell addition, one southeast
oorner Twenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twentv-th'rd
street and Nujiu avenue Will seUoneaav
tjrn and time to suit buyer. Address T.J
Halpia, Si North Main street. St. Louis, Ho
TOST-WHITE DOn WITH YELLOW
I -M-A SDOtS. uttr. nnriMllk.Hi..ii.
. -, - . uwtrnuj re
warded. Inquire at Dolly Bros', ance store.
$5 iATJf ADE EASILY BY AGENTS
advertising- our goods. No talking re-
Sulred. Write o u-v We do thereat. Crown
upgir ewnpany, 415 Dearborastreet, Cnieaco.
175 Second Ave.
Possibly yon'are looking for souie-
thing new this spring in the way of
new Dress Skirts, Blazer Salts,
Shirt Waists, Gloves, Capes or
Jackets to wear for Easter, also the
latest in Ribbons: and Btlts, and
Collars, which we are showing in
profusion. Wei would respectfully
ask a few minutes of your valuable
time to take a.'glanee at the follow
ing quotations on all new goods at
prices that are unmistakably low:
We guarantee all goods sold by us
to be new:
Spring Jackets and Capes
Tbe prettiest iacketa and thn dain
tiest capes. We can tell you in as
lew words as possible, and can give
yon the prices, bnt cannot do justice
to this line in type, as space will not
permit OS to descrihe. Wa VAtllH
rather have yon come in this depart
ment with this garment before yon.
Or in Other Word Int. thn rrarruont.
speak for themselzes. Here is are.
minder of what we can do for vou in
At $5 a fine broadcloth jacket
witn velvet collar, nobby style
and lit, worth t$, yon take
them Mondav for 5 nn
At f.ou we can give you your
cnoice in a Deautilul line of
jackets that are worth up to
$12. They are in black, tan,
navy and novelties, Monday's
Capos, we have them from n.90 nn
to $15; we are cutting quite a figure
in mis nne, ana are positive that a
luu win sureiy win lor us trade
After a loner delav we have re.
ceived the Ion? looked for Bhirt
waists; and now are showinrr some
thing new and np to date, at very
low prices, ranging from 49o up to
$2 50. Also a line of silk waists
... . c
from $1.75 to $15. Havincr nn
chased a manufacturer's line of
blazer suits, samples, we are enabled
iu quote you at one-inira me orai
nary prices, prices from $5 to $18.
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, etc
To liven up trade in this depart-
uieu wo nave piacea on sale
our $1 value glove3, every pair
warranted, for no
Hand-made lace handkerchiefs.
well worth $1, with 2-inch pop
corn lace edo-e. for this sn' Attn
Men's handkerchiefs, large size,
lancy ooraer, worth double.. 5c
Veiling. You will want the lat
est in this line; we show a
large assortment, per yard,
from nn and nn
We will 6how nntil the line is
closed out our $2.50 lace cur
tains, take as many as you
want, but cannot be dupli
cated, so come early; you have
an extraordinary bargain, 8
yards long, for'. $1.50
We handle all tbe standard
brands in corsets R. & G..
Kabo, Thompson, Glove-fit-ting.
Gage, Downs, Jackson,
Philadelphia Corset ccmpany,
and many others, from. 893 and np
In hosiery we have the new Gera
nium colored hose; they are all the
rage, and you want them.
Ladies1 calico wrappers, worth 89a,
for this sale 59c, and others up to
Woodenware and Furniture
Stained wood stands, varnished,
for this sale 39,.
Mincing bowls gc
Mincing knives &c
14-quart milk cans .". .".". SSc
Heath & Milligan paints, per qt! SSc
Rutherford wall paper cleaner,
per can i9C
Dost pans $c
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
For comparison will show that our
prices average fully 20 per cent
lower than other houses.
Special tale of Jardineres. We
have just received an invoice of a
fine line of Jardineres from J. E.
Jeffords & Co., of Philadelphia, and
will place them on aale at once at
prices that we have never before
mentioned. This includes the well
known Marion, Surry.. Ribbon, Savoy
and Melrose shapes. Yon will no
doubt need something in this lice
for. your Easter flowers. Do
not miss thii sale, as we can cave
yon money. Just think of a fine
Jardinere. Marion ahape, for 65c;
former .price $1. We also have a
few 'Jardineres in assorted colon
worth 70c each, but will close them
A fine assortment of Easter eggs,
extra laxee. wonr choice of inr i PR-
oration at 80 each.
Flower vaaes at fie each and np.
McCASKRLN McCASKurv, 1
Attorneys at Law.
RAk Tfilnvul at A wti. -- I
omee over Krell Matka store; MiSi
I i a
JACKSON A HUBST,
Attorneys at Lav.
J. J. ROACH,
Attorney at Law.
Ahatram PAtlMtiM, a mama n
j flee over 1701 Second avenue.
WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to Loan. Oeno-al Iml Rnt.
aess. Notary Public 1706 Beeond ave-
nue, Buf ord block.
g & D. SWIISET. c. U WAUUB.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
H Attorney and Councellora at Law.
J Offlce In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEAKLE,
Attorney at Law. '
IVWral hll Bin saoa nf all MwtAm ww-.w
1 van ua au auiuo a uuiftlj
. arv. ajttcs. O aiWIUCV Ul MICK
J land county. Offlce, MitobeUat Lye
McENlRY ft McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on srood security: make
collections. Reference, Mitchell
f1"'6- bankers. . Offlee, HltebeU A
C. L. SILVIS,
Over Krell ft Math a, 71 Second ave
t J. UN ANGST.
unoe. Room K. Whltaker Block, X
S corner Third and Brady atreeu, Daven- S
70 - - - ,
I N. Y. DENTAL PARLORS,
9 118 E. Third St., Davenport.
9 Vnr TlllnlOC Rliinr. mrt,K .km aIaa.-1a
r. - . . ... ' U UW vwvnii. .
JZ cataplione. Painless extraetlnir. All
e " nc-uaii ma usual pneea.
Guaranteed tor 10 years.
I DR. CHA3. M. ROBERTSON,
J Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlce, WhHttaker Block, sou tb west
corner of Third and Brady streets,
. Davenport. Iowa. Rooms 17 and 18.
Hours: 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to i p. m.
DRACK ft KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
ftMVm 91 MttAHnll a V n..iu,i
' Second floor.
g HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
jj ChlpplanBock Nursery.
Cut Flowers and Designs of an Kinds
a city store, 1S07 Second avenne. Tele
0i phone, 1610.
ugene J. Durns
Real Estate b
Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried companys repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
oox Patronage la BoH cited.
OOm 18J0, Seeond Av.
Harper Hons Block.
The rosy freshness
and a velvety aoftneaa of the skfas I. ImmI
bly attained by 1 hoae who sum PoaMsa'e
A grand sweep sale of not only Boaks. but Art
Goods. Wall Papers and In fact the entire stock
at Crampton & Cos.
Be on hand SATURDAY, MARCH 30. at the
opening. Your chance oi the year.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
hicago medical institute
On Electric Machine ror the tmmenl of Kervons II Ul UUU1 dCACS.
Diseases, Rheumatism, and X Bay Work, II
NERVOUS DEBILITY Ethan stive drains, aleepleesDesa. threateted la.
wnlty. weak wssaory. sail eelartsaa, ataayse asndiuoa eae as aarvece aiaeailisa
pealtl rely enr.
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrotal. SvpfeUIa Blood
jy,,!!, 8M a'ajiscaaaeealell'taBdiiaiBiseiMiif sjai4nygmt 11 nnl sy
ARICCX:ELE Is the most active cans of ntrvoM debUIty. Why treat
saortha with othate attaa we smisiiins )ns s iiwsiaail san la asisei m . au aaaalf a,
method? Uydrocel. cored in three days tw paia.
WOMEN Saffering from diseases peculiar to their sex should consult ms?
We have cored many esses r'ven op as hopeless, and are may be aMe Is care oa. earrtc I
operations performed at your borne If aaalred. Ahdosslpal aad brala snrgwry a syaOaity .
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluoua hair removed.
IfaMrsnaasean.WTlai. Bmsdredi eBrad by
11 Mat ISO, Beat of references and cradesUala.
DR. J. E. UALSE1.
OFFICE 114 W. Third St., MeCullough, Bulldlnf, Davenport. lows.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Boca Islahd Cocwtt. f""'
In thm ii.nit Mnrt. Ill, Imm loan la
1 , M,
Kawara u. rjnyer. Constance K. Gorer and Her.
bert D. Blakemore v.. Charles II. Hvder. John
O. Kyder, ld.Ha Christine Kyoer, John C. H.
Read, John C. D. Read, vxecutor of Ibe last
will and testament of Charles P. Hyder. de
ceased; Thomas C. Kitter, Marv a. Nltter,
William J. Beal, the Mollne Slate Bavins,
Cbarle. H. Kyder, John H. Kvcer and Idella
Cbrlnlne Ryder, impleaded with the above d
fendanta, John C. B. Read. Jobs U. II. Read, ex
ccnlorottbe last will and testament of f-hartaa
P. Kyder. decessed; Thomas C. Hitler. Mary A.
Nttter, W llliam J. Beal, tb. Bloline State
intra bank, bavin, been filed la tb. clsjrk's
nfllr. nf th. rhnll mrtnw .,
I- tb.refor. hereby elveo to tb. aaid non tv.1-
; in. compianraDis siea taelr
HI of em plaint in said court, or.tb cbano-rr
and that thereupon a snmvoaa iaaoed oat of raid
Mnllrt k.Ml n MIH ult I . .
. i "uuuar o mon in or May
rex', a. Is by law required. How. anleoa yon.
the ftailn u-w - ' " 1 ' T
'hrlatlrws RvHvf akal i - t
before aaid eirenrt eonrt, on tb. Brat davrt
thai rtf: tmrwm b... r 9 w w u .
- - ----- . wv.v, w urn nuiucB M HOCK
Ijland. in and tor b. said cownty. oa tb. am
j . mi iia pie, a, answer or
df mi r to Ibe paid complainants' bill of complaint,
tb. aim. arA ,h . j ... i -T .
cbaree. and . tA ,n k. ... 2-
w . , . 6BOBOI W. OAWBLB. Oark.
"'Sj T.laad. 11U March S3, 18(17.
B. H. QPTxa. Complalnania' aoliclt0r.
TAT! OF ILUSOH.
RrWl BT lot aatn sT'v.v m aW.
In tb. mrcTllt court. May lersx. 18f. la chaa-
Edward Alday, comoKlcaot . Mary Osbora. In
berowo rlnu snd a exeemtrix ni tb. last win
nf ait.m , I4h J u.i... ...
Adnipb Alday. Katie Petenoa. Carl roas. JoLn
H UMIU...J u 1 ....in . . .
t of non-twMdenea of said Mry -boro.
in wo ni u auermi u roe ea-
" i'it. ueceaaca, ana or wuuara
rendsnta, bavia bmlkd In tbe cork's office
Of th. I. - - . 1 J . .
a therefor, hereby pvea to tb. aaid Boo-revi-deat
defendanu that thecompialnant Sled ala bill
rieomplslDtiasadeo.rt,oo lb. chancery side
thereof. M IMI14 aay of March, A. D. IHST,
sad that thereupon a sommona irened out of ,u1
eowrt, wherela said suit is now pmrtimr. rrtarn
abl. on tb. trat Mnrxiay in th. month of
Mar aezt, as ia by law required. Now. on
less you. the aaid non-te.idrnt defesdr.ts
above named. Mary Osbcm, la yoar owa richt
and as exaeutnx nf he tfM of Adam
Aldsy, decwaa. William A I lay an. Adoiph
Aiaay, a nan peraocaliy be ana appear
before aaid circuit enurt, oa tb. Im day
of the next term thereof, to be botdeo at
Rotk Ialaa. In and fot tb. aaid coonty, oa U.
ar Monday in atay next, and plead, answer
ordexaartoth. said eompiaiaaat's bill of eeaa.
thereia cbarffad aad stated will be taken a. eon.
'inland a dtcea entered sgaiat yoa accnrsV
lnf to th. ptaynr of said bill.
esoiwa W. OaaraLa. CSsrfe.
Ilork blamd. IIU. March XS. 147.
la.-u.-.r m ivnliw.
Chronic, Nervous and
r 1 it.
a te ill te a, t at t.
state of Andrew Pearson, deessssa.
The nnder,l7Td hsvine hmm unniMdimh.
Mtraurls of th. last will sue ti stamentof Andrew
Pearson, late of th. county of Boek Island,
state of Illinois, deceaaed, heresy 0oa aoUc.
that aba srill appear befor. tb. connty court of
Boek bland coonty, at tb. office of tb. dork of
said court, la tbe city of Bnck Island, atths
iru tmm. oa ia. arm monaay in April
est. at which ttsaa all persona havinf claim,
against Mid ostat. ar. aotiaed and rMsaatad to
attMtd for ta. narpos. of bavin, th. aaaw ad-
laestod to BMik. ImmodUt. payment la the an.
Dated this ISth day of February. A. D.. 1BVT.
Ciaba Paanooa. Admlxdatrabrlx.
J&oxsoa Bvsarc, Attomeys.
state of Philip Drnceldela, deeeased.
The aadaisltuod bavin beoa appolnod cxeea.
tnrof the Uatwt.iand testsment uf Pbiliu Kln
(relddn late of tbe county of Rook 1 aland,
atato of lillnoia, dusiisnn. hereby rtvM notico
that b. will appear befnr. tl. oounty court
of Bock Island county, at tb. omc of th. ciorfe
of said aourt, in tbe city of Rock Island, at tbo
May term, on the rt Monday in May
next, at which tin. all jiwwbi bavlnc elstm.
arainstanld ostaie aranotlBnd and i.qiiMtad to
attaod,tDt tk perpoM of bavlnc thaaamo ad
All perMn. todsbtbd to Mid striata) era to
aoeeiod to mako ImmiillsTi psrmoat as ta aa
srsienod. Dated this Sth dav of March A. Dtwr.
Pntur Dibokldxib. Ja4 Bxotator.
AbAia Plx taaBTa, AUornry.
wTATB OF ILLrKOTS.
U-ica labajtn OocsTr. I
In the otreutt coon. tb. Xsy tens, A. D.
W. ia chancery.
W'Ham Campbell vs Mary Verbtirr. rbarles W.
Yerburr, 1. K. Lams. Mxtre K Bailey and
Tt bad V txif btua. War. cmftiy. a corpr
ttioa. Affidavit of tbe noa-rfsld'-ece f tb. Bed Wine
Srooe War. euovnif, . rurp'xm.i. ImoMaded
wttltba aVnr. .amod dHswisuU. Msry V arbor v,
"brles W Yarbury. E. H. Lamp, sod Gooff B.
Balinr, narrnc been Blr. in tbe cierka ofBC
of tb. eirc.it court of Mid enamy, notlo.
Is therefor, hereby H'ea m tb. Mid nen
reaident drfendant. that to. cnmplalnarit abovo
harno. tied hi. bill of comwlaint .raiaat ye. ta
MM eoert. oa tb. cbaneory aio. tbaraof. on tb.
lth day of Marr.b. 1:. aad that tbareupM a
aaarsaoM laaord out of .aid a art, whereta sold
rait i now pendtut. returnable m ta. Srt Mna
day ta tbe nnu of May next, mm la by la
required. Now, unless yoa, r aaid axm-rertdeot
derrwMat .bo, n.med. 1mm lard Wine Mo.
Warcoampaa. a cwpuractoa, sbaO paisrmally
b. and apoem befnr. Mid circa court, oa
iba Brat day of tb. next term thereof, to bo
bo Id en at tb. conn boiw. ia lb. city of
Mock taland in atxl for tna aaid rxranty. "B tba
Im mMv atf 4 aw MIL and mead answac
ordrasur loth. Mid eompkainaats bill of wm
pktiat, tb. mm and tb. Bmttcrs and thiwea
tneretn cbaryvd aad Metad ar' u b. taken m ooo
fecaeaa a decree viterdsailist yoa aoasra
laf to the pmyor of said bill.
ttatw. v. w "i ,
w-ek TMSDd. ntrasks. Mar, k It, 1S87.