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THE ABGUS, FRIDAY. APBtL 9, 1897.
Published IDafiyi K Weekly at ItSslSeeond
inUi Reek Ialaad, III. Intend at tM post
eMoa as seeoad-'.-"a autUr.
J. W. Pom ii
TSKMa-D Uj. 10 osats per week. Weekly,
f MO par una; la advance $1.50.
All communications of polltleal or enranenta-
Uve character, polltkal or religion, mart have
raal same attached for publication. Ho such
artlcle will ba prlatad over letltioua signatures.
Correepoadene solicited from, every township
la Rock bland county.
Friday, Aran. 9, 1897.
W oa already hear the eldest in.
naoitant talking; about that "ere
hip" in the early 2Q's.
Sullivan taja "a man can be a
pugilist and alio a gentleman." It
la too bad that few pugilists can be
induced to try this experiment.
Now that the Colorado legislature
has passed a law enlisting women
for military service, we may expect
to hear less about the new womai in
the west in the fature.
It is not a question of whether
the senate will pass the tariff bill or
not. It is a question of whether or
not the new bill will be entitled to
be called the Dingier bill when the
senate gets through with it.
Etek soldiers cannot successfully
resist modern engines of death. It
is stated that Mai. Charles H. Miller,
who tartlcliated In 63 battles dur
ing the war of the rebellion, has just
died in Alleghany, Pa., from injuriea
received by being knocked down by
a bicyclist a lew days beiore.
Tbees are not very many indus
tries in Illinois protected by the pro
visions of the Dingley bill in spite of
the faot that by reason of the state's
consnmption of taxed articles it will
pay at least the next to the largest
portion of the tariff tax. The Ding
ley bill is distinctively a New Eng
land measure, and the west should
so consider It. Peoria Journal.
peakal reatarea ha General EJeetloea.
Down in Monmouth they are ex
periencing, as the people of Kick Isl
and are, tne unsausiactory conse
oneness of making special feature
of importance a part of a general
election, and thus failing to record
tne sentiment as It really exists to
ward measures that should receive
and command consideration and
action on the part of the electors,
rather than the indifference mani
tested last Tuesday when the candt
date was of first, and in altogether
too many cases, the last thought of
the citiseo, who went into the booths
to exercise bis elective privilege.
The Monmouth Review of Wednes
day evening says, apropos of the pro
Yesterday's vote shows that the
people of Monmouth township are
stilt in favor et hard roads, though
the tax was defeated, not havinir a
majority of the votes cast at the elec
tion. Many people neglected to vote
that part of the ballot, and the defeat
of the proposition was caused by this
neglect, and not by opposition to the
tax. The adverse vote will not ef
fact the work contemplated for this
year. A share et the taxes paid in
this spring is on the former levy.
and will not allow another stretch to
be built this season. No levy can be
made for next year s work, how
If the law provided that special
propositions should be voted on eeper
ate ballots, the hard roads tax would
not have been defeated yesterday. It
is an amendment to the ballot law
which is badly needed."
In Bock Island the bond proposi
tion would not only have received
au unquestioned majority, but the
people would have spoken on the
Question ol tampering witn tne
school system as they did last June,
had they not bad their minds on
other matters on the ticket.
i At tha Bead..
August J. Bogel, the leading
druggist of snreveport. La., says:
Dr. King's New Discovery is the
only thing that oures my cough, and
it is tha best seller I have." J. F.
Campbell, merchant of Stafford,
Art. writes: "Dr. King's New Di
oovery is all that is claimed for it;
it never falls, and is a sure cere for
consumption, coughs and colds. I
cannot sar enough for its merits."
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, coughs and colds is not
an eiperiment. It has been tried
for t quarter of a century, and today
stands at the head. It sever disap
points. Free trial bottle at Harti ft
Ullsmeyer's drug store.
Who can fall to take advantage of
this off erf Send 10 eents to ns for a
generous trial size, or ask your
aruggist. Aik tor Kiy's uream aim,
the most positive catarrh care. Fall
else 60 can's.
ELY BROS., 66 Warren street.
New Tork City.
I suffered from catarrh of the
worst kind ever since a boy, and I
ever hoped for cure, bat Ely's
its am ttaim seems to ao even that.
Many acquaintances have used it
with excellent results. Oscar Os-
rum, 46 Warren avenue, Chicago.
Casoarete stimulate liver, kidneys
aaa ooweis never siokea, weaken
ffgnpai 10 eats.
OUR OWN MAKE.
Oa Place off Arehlteetare That la
Aove Cosnaerative Crilli Ism ..
There was an air of tolerant superior
ity about him, which made his unfavor
able comments on the things brought to
bis attention doubly bard to bear. His
Washington host was doing bis best to
show him the city in such a manner as
to leave a good impression, for be bad
announced bis intention of writing a
book as soon as be got back to London.
But whatever he saw served only to
bring to mind something in Europe that
he liked better.
"Very good," he remarked as one of
the department buildings was brought
to his attention. "err good in its
way. But it has the delects wmcn al
ways result from the efforts of a mere
We are inclined to regard that as a
very handsome building," said his en
No doubt And it does well enough.
Tours is a young nation one that can
not be expected to bold any great em
nencefor its achievements, either artis
tic or political. "
You mean that we haven't any style
of our own?"
"That expresses the idea."
"You come with me. I'll show you a
style cf architecture that reflects the
national spirit of this country, some
thing that's our own design and that
commands the respect of two conti
nentH. There it is the Washington
monument One look at it tells the
whole story, and it doesn't need any
fluted columns or filigree work around
the corners to make people admire it
cither. Upright, massive and immuta
ble, it's the biggest thing of its kind on
earth, and it means business from the
ground clear up to the topmost molecule
of tho lightning rod." Washington
Tha Japanese la California.
Every month sees more Japanese ar
rive, and a larger percentage of them
arc common laborers, who enter the hop
yards, orchards and sugar beet fields of
California. In fruit packing they have
crowded out white men and women.
They are as quick as women and girls
in handling fruit and are more accurate
and steadily industrious. They practi
cally monopolize the industry oi beet
pulling on the largo ranches devoted to
tho sugar beet Complaints of the rapid
dmplaccment of white laborers by Japa
nese in orchard work induced the labor
bureau recently to make an investiga
tion. They fonnd that the Japanese
worked under a co-operative plan and
thnt by this means they were able to
rnako contracts at low prices. Several
associations in San Francisco are en
gaged in house cleaning, dividing the
profits among their members. The Jap
anese are doing a large trade in San
Francisco in bamboo ware and matting,
which are used mainly for decoration of
rooms. They have cut into the Chinese
trade in curios and embroidered silk
Electric Bitters is a medicine suit
ed for any season, bnt perhaps more
generally wnen the languia ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and sluggish and the
need of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious levers. JNo medicine wm act
more surely In counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Head ache, indigestion, con
stipation, dizziness yield to Electric
uuters. ouo ana ii per Douie at
liartz A Uuemeyer's drug store.
Boat Tebaseo Spit aaa Bsaofce Tear Ufa
If yon want to quit tobaooo using
easily ana forever, be made well.
strong, magnetio, full of new life and
vigor, take Ko-To-Bac, the wonder
worker that makes weak men strong.
Many gain ten pounds in ten days.
Over 400,000 oured. Buy No-To-Bac
from your own druggist, who will
guarantee a cure. Booklets and earn-
Sles mailed free. Addres Sterling
emedy company, Chicago or New
Scuttle KaeasaaUaun Cared.
L. Wagner, wholesale druppist.
xuenmona. v a., says: "1 nad a Tear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism.
was laid up almost two months: was
fortunate enough to get Mystic Cure
ior men mailt m. xms cured me
after doctor's prescriptions had
failed to have any effect." Sold by
uuo txroiisn, joui second avenne.
druggist. Rock Island; GustSchlegel
a son, zro west second street. Dav-
CascareU Candy Cathartic the
most wonderful medical discovery of
the age, pleasant and refreshing to
Eltal altAVi naC aVaatlCIW kllrl HAsntivailw
on the bowels, eleanslng the entire
system, dispel colds, cure headache.
lever, nabitnai constipation ana bil
iousness. Please buy and trv a box
of G C C. today; 10, 25, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to enre by all
niesl ruaa! ruea.
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure blind, bleeding. uYTs'ed
and itching piles, it aoecibs it;
tumors, allays tne itcnirp at once.
I acts as a poultice, giving lu.iant re-
uet. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint -
lief. Dr. Williams
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 63 cents and ft per box.
Williams M'r'o. Co., Props., Cleve
land, Ohio. For tale by all drug
raw Over nrty Tsars
lira. Winelow's soothing Syrup haa
oeen nsea ior cnuaren teething, it
soothes the child, softens the gams,
allays all pain, cures wind colic and
Is the best remedy for diarrhoea.
Twenty-flve cents a bottle.
NEW COLLEGE GARDENS, OXFORD.
On this old lawn, where lost hoars peas
Acroaa the shadows dark with dew,
Where autumn on the thick sweet grass ' .'
Haa laid a weary leal or two.
When the yonng morning, keenly sweet,
Breatbee eecrets to the silent air.
Happy la he whose lingering feet
Hay wander lonely there.
The enchantment of the dreaming lines.
The macks of the quiet hours.
Breathe unheard tales of other times
And other destinies than ours.
The feet that long ago waited hero
Still, noiseless, walk beside our feet; '
Poor ghosts, who found this garaea dear
And fonnd the morning sweet.
Age weeps that it no more may hold
The heartache that youth claspa ao close.
Pain finely shaped In pleasure's mold, ' ' .
A thorn deep hidden in a rose.
Here Is the immortal thorny rose ..;. ' :
That may In no new garden grow
Its root is In the hearts of those
Who walked here long ago! E. NesbtV
Bucklrn'e Araleat Salve.
Tha best Salve in the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped
Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all
Skin Eruptions, and positively cures
i lies, or no pay recjuireu. it is guar
nsi - I T i
anteed to give perfect satisfaction or
monev refunded. Price 25 cents per
box. ior sale by Hartz Ullemeyer.
Te Axons, onlv lOe a
1 Threat Unat, rX'
'1 Orate OniBMa m
DR. C0N-NAU6HT0N, Specialist,
403 Brady Street.
Cofrespoadmca pavenport, iowa.
Solicited. Send 3 Stamps lor Bledical Journal
TI7ANTED-A DINING ROOM GIRL AT
VV 3110 Fifth avenue.
WANTED TO RENT A SIX OK SEVEN
room house with barn and city water.
Address ".'4," ABGUS.
11TANTED BOARD AND ROOM BY
V V young man. with privilege of bath. Cen
tral location, inquire abgds omce.
WANTED 200 HORSES TO CLIPP. THE
best work at lowest prices. George
snaoo, corner 1 niro ana i;ocit island streets
VV for parties and dances.
furnished by competent orchestra. J. J. Ba
ker, TOO Seventeenth street Telephone 15.
WANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
monds, watches, jewelry, hardware
musical Instruments, bicycles, elothicg. dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paid ror second nana gooas or au ainus also.
The above goods for sale at half the usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
oonnaentiaL his new numDer ana location
lift Eighteenth street. Don't forget it. J. W.
"IVANTED AGENTS FOR "WAR IN
V V Cuba," by Senor Quesada, Cuban rep
resentative at Washington. Endorsed by Cu
ban patriots: in tremendous demand; a bonanza
for agents: only l. 50: uiir book: big commis
sions. Everybody wants the onlv endorsed.
reliable book: outfits free: credit stlven; freight
paid. Drop all trash and make WOO a month
with "War in Cuba." Address today, the Na
tional book concern, x-3oa uearDorn street,
TJIOR RENT A GOOD STORE IN
A. location. Address "A B
TjlOR RENT HOUSE OF FOUR. ROOMS
A? 823 Twenty first street, with water and
TjlOR RENT A NICELY FURNISHED
-a.' room, centrally located. Inoulre
A bgcs offlee.
TiTOR SALE NEW
GROCER'S V KG ETA
bla display case.
Apply Crown restaur-
TJIOR SALE THREE HOUSES AND LOTS
-a- aajoimng Third avenue: paving is paid;
the three renting at present for 8400 yearly;
puvc vw.tiw. inquire at ii iv inira avenue.
TjXR SALE BOARDING HOUSE IN RUN-
-a- unit order. Good location. nmniK
rent. Must dispose of it on account of f ailin
health. Good investment at small cost. Ap-
TfOR SALE-FARMS. TWENTY-FIVE IN
-a. Kock Island mnntv an a 9JA
Also numerous small tMit.Miit.M. ,n.HL
L ii , ""wuinernianoa. uoraoo.
Duwman, noca isiano.
two oiucks irom Drxure. in Davenport; renta
.' ii wwMtM. urt caeap: price ,UUV.
m cm ocmioa street, iiavenport.
"CVB SALE-TWO CHOICE BUILDING
A' lots in Schnell addition, one southeast
corner Twenty-second street and Ninth ave
nue, the other southeast corner Twenty-third
street and Ninth arenun. Will aell on easy
cni mun iiuic w aui Duyer. Aoaress T. J,
naipin, m inorta auun street, at. Moia, Mo.
"CWUND-A POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING
-a.- small sum or money. Apply r red Smith
1 crown restaurant.
T OST WHITE
DOG WITH YELLOW
-a -J snots.
ssota. setter. Finder will be lfberailv ra
waruco. inquire at uouy Bros . anoe store.
HX A DAT MADE EASILY BY AGENTS
PJ advertising our goods. No talking re
quired, write tons, vv e do tne rest, crown
Supply eoaipany. 415 r)earbora street, Chioaro.
ROCK ISLAND AB 4K1TAL, I'.L.. A
1SST. eeatod Prop-wals 1 TrlpU
be r eeived as til It o'ctcek, M., Arrll
1 M 17.
ad tm opeaed, tor rarniaia coal and kaa leg
4.vu w, w m iTU sannr asrsi iibi mi
naalBgjnly l. m. rj. g reser.es rlgSt to
" ject sb, or au proposals or a&y part laeraor.
InturasiiM furalahed atea applicttina Xa
'yi taiaiaiav prrryn.au aae M ne
rivfnvaip ror r a. or tisane ay
Seated to OlMC.Baraay,a.M.
ltabUsk1 878. Ny
a. --sn. trrtam -
Yum & 1
fi?n flnrrstSr. I
mi: .villi. lis i
. a- at 9
1725 aecona Ave. i m
Possibly yon'are looking for i
thing new this spring in the war of
new Dress Skirts, Blazer Salts,
Shirt Waists, Gloves, Capes or
Jackets to wear for Eaa'er, also the
latest In Ribbons and Belts, and
Collars, which we are showing in
profusion, t We" would respectfully , . ,
ask a few minutes of your valuable -time
to take a glance at the follow
ing quotations on all new goods at
prices that are unmistakably low:
We guarantee all goods sold by ns
to be new:
Spring Jackets and Capes
The prettiest jackets and the dain
nest capes, we can tell yon in as
few words as possible, and can give
you the prices, bnt cannot do justice
to this line in type, ss space will not
permit ns to aesenbe. ne would
rather have yon come in this depart
ment wun inis garment oeiore yon
or in other words let fie garments
speak for themsel7es. Here is a re
minder 01 what we can do for you in
At $5 a fine broadcloth jacket
with velvet collar, nobby style
and fit, worth $8, yon take
them Monday for $5.00
At V7.oU we can give you yonr
choice in a beautiful line of
jackets that are worth op to
$12. They are in black, tan.
navy and novelties, Monday's
Capes, we have them from $&. 90 np
to $16; we are cutting quite a figure
in this line, and are positive that
look will surely win for ns trade.
Alter a long delay we have re
ceived the long looked for shirt
waists, and now are showing some.
tntng new ana np to date, at very
low prices, ranging from 49a up to
$2 50. Also a line of silk waists
from $1.75 to $15. Having pur.
chased a manuiacturer'a line of
blazer suits, samplos, we are enabled
to quote you at one-third ' the ordi
nary prices, prices from $5 to $18,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, etc
To liven up trade in this depart
ment we nave placed on sale
our $1 value gloves, every pair
warranted, for 69c
Hand-made lace handkerchiefs.
well worth $1, with 2-inch pop
corn lace edge, for this sale. . . 48c
Men's handkerchiefs, large size,
fancy border, worth double.. 6c
Veiling. Yon will want the lat
est in this line; we show a
large assortment, per yard,
from 6c and no
we win snow until tne line is
closed out our $2.50 lace cur
tains, take as many as yon
want, but cannot be dupli
cated, so come early; yon have
an extraordinary bargain, 31
yards long, for $1.50
We handle all the standard
brands in corsets R. & G.,
Kabo, Thompson, Glove-fitting,
Gage, Downs, Jackson,
Philadelphia Corset company.
and many others, from. 89c and op
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 59c, and others np to
Woodenware and Furniture
Stained wood stands, varnished.
for this sale
14-quart milk cans
Heath & Milligan paints, per qt. 38c
Butherford wall paper cleaner.
per can 19c
Baby carriages from $4. 25 and np
neirigerators irom fd.tia ana np.
Ice chests from $3.25 and a p.
Well fioisled sewing tables 98c
and up. i
. For comparison will show that oar
prices average fully 20 per cent
lower than other houses.
Special sale of Jardineres. We
have just received an Invoice of a
fine linof Jardineres from J. E.
Jeffords & Co.. or Philadelphia, and
will place them on sale at once' at
prices that we have never before
mentioned. This includes the well
known Marlon, Surry, Ribbon, Savoy
and Melrose shapes. You will no
doubt need something in this line
for yonr Easter flower. Do
aot miss this sale, as we can save
you money. Jnst think of a fine
Jardinere, Marion shape, for 65c;
former price $1. We also have a
few Jardineres la assorted colors
worth 70c eaeb, bnt will close them
at 39c each.
A fine assortment of Esster czars.
extra large, yonr choice ol any dee
oration at 8c each.
Flower Tases at 6e each and ap.
Professional Cards, Wire Sale!
Attomeya as Law.
Rock Island and Mllaa. Roek Island
Moee over Krail A If ataw asiiu
1 offlee oa Mala street.
JACKSON a. HURST.
Attorneys at Law.
OSoe la TtMk laiu yutad b
J. J. ROACH.
Attorney at Law.
Abatraeta. ftntlMMna A mmmmm
Sea oyer 1707 Baeoad avenue.
WM. L. LCDOLPH,
Attorney at Law. '
Money to Loan. General Laaral final.
aesa. Notary PnbUe. lim Beooaa eve-
a I. WALKS.
Attorneys and Councellors at Law.
Offlee in Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Attorney at Law.
Local business of aD kinds nmoimlv
attended to. State's Attorne
taie a attorney or Koea
Offlee, Mltobell A Lynda
MoRNlBT 4k MoENIRT.
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on rood security; make
. i-V,HuH- "e'erenee, MltoaeU
a L. SILVIS,
Over Kren A Math's,
Tl Second ave-
DR. J, D. UNANGST.
Offlee, Room B, Wnltaker Bloek,
corner Third and Brady streets, Daven
port. . N. T. DENTAL PARLORS,
115 K. Third St., Davenport.
For painless filling with the electric
eatapnone. Painless extracting. AU
work at one-half the usual prices.
Guaranteed for 10 years.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBERTSON.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only.
Offlee, Whittaker Bloek, southwest
corner of Third and Brady streets,
iMnniiyw, Taws tm . . m
X Hours: Stolla.BL.lto4a.BL
DRACK A KERNS,
Arehlteeta ana 8nperlntandenta.
Room tl, MltaheU ft Lynde BuQdlnc.
HENRY GAETJE, Prop.
Cat flowers and Designs of an Kteds
City store, 1807 geaond avenne, Tele-
J. C GRABBE,
Public Accountant and Auditor.
H4 Western Ave.
Bay, Sell and Uu&ge
property. Collect Rents,
The old fire and tUre
tried companys repre
ented. - Rates as low
. as any reliable company
Yoar Fatnaage Is Solicited.
OSue 1M0, Beeoad At.
Harper Howae Block.
Ttm rosy freshness
anal a velvety aofkaass of the akta la hararav
bly atlsiasd by tbiss who aea Iwaaasa's
A grand sweep sale of not only Books, but Art
Goods, Wall Papers and In fact the entire stock
at Crampton & Cos.
Be on hand SATURDAY, MARCH ao, at the
opening. Your chance of the year.
R. CRAMPTON & CO.
1725 SKCOND AVENUE.
(hicago medical institute
Oar Klrctrle Machine for the treatmenl of Nervous
Diseases, Bheamaiism, and X Bay Work,
NERVOUS toEBILITT Exhaustive
sanity, weak leatery, steam ealaslana,
CATARRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Rheumatism, Scrofula, Syphilis. Blotd
Kidney. Ltvar and ana lliniiiaaasakaftadaiaaiisaU eared by oat aSaaaaat
teas of aaadldae.
v aaicuckliIS is the most active
asenths with mbats aaea wa gaaisati yea a pstnaanoat sere
aaethodf Eyuroceia cured la tares days as pain.
WOMEN Suffering from diseases peculiar to their sex ahonld consult s3
we nave cured many cases giv
operations performed at your I
l given ap u
FACIAL BLEMISHES Superfluous
DyaacaiiiM n.rlia. Baadrat, aarai by
UJSktlM, Beat of references aad credentials.
OR. J. E. WALSH.
OFFICE 134 W. Third St.. BfoCmlloagh, BaJldlng, Davwaport, Iowa.
STATE Of ILLINOIS. I
la the circuit court. May term, 1SVT, la
a award H. Quyer. uonsia-.ce a. oarer and Her-
aert if. rjiaaemore t. mariet H. Kyder. John
O. Ryder. Ilelia Chri.tlae Hy'er, Jobs C. H.
Read, John C H. Read, executor of the last
will and testament of Cav e, p. Ryder, aa
ceased; Thomas c. Kitter. Mary a. Nlttcr,
Wllliaai I. BraL the Jlollne 8 lata aavlaga
Amdavlt of aoa-resldaiiea af the afa.
Charles H. Ryder, Jnba ii. Rvder and Idella
ChrlKlne Ryder. lBbleaded with the above de
fendants, Joha C. H. Read, John C. H. Read, e
ecatorofthe last wul aad testaaMat of Charles
P. Ryder, deceased; Thomas C. Niuer. Mary A.
fitter, WUllam t. BeaL the Moliae State Sav.
Inn bank, havina Been Sled la tha
I ofllee ef the clrealt annrt of aala mbm, amin
I ""!"" "ivoy gron ie w aaia dob rrSl
dent isfeadatiU that the compUinanU Sled taelr
am oi aoaapiauH ib said eoart, on tne chancery
I aide tharanf. aat m Am. ml . auu
and that thereupon a SDmaooa burned oat of tali
eoart, wherein said suit la bow madinc rrtnm.
able oa the first Monday la toe month of My
neat, as Is ay lav leeulfed Row. aaless you.
the said aoa rratdax? dtfendar U above named.
CAsrles B. Ryder. Joha O. Rvder aad Idella
ChrlaUaa Ryder, shall aenoaally be aad appear
before aaid circuit court, oa the Srst day of
I k term laereoi. to ae anldea at atoek
Island, ia and for the said eoeoty.oa the ant
Jr Ihe ia'd' cra.Vof
- " ie asaucrs ana aongs ucreiB
Iuargee aaa mm win ne late a escoareaaed,
aad a decree en tared agaiost you according to the
prayer of said hill.
enrol w. GAWwicrk.
E. H. Gdtib, Complalnan's' Solicitor.
STATE Of ILUSOU, 1
BOOS IslaBD COUBTT, f
la the ewenit eoart, Msy term. 189T, in cbsa
sery Edward Aldsy, eeapl.laaot v. Mary Chora. In
her own right, and aa ezeeatriz of the last wiu
or Adas A Mar. deceased, Wiliisia Aldav.
ASolph Alday. Katie Petersna. Car Fan. Join
B. Mueller and Mela I Collins, defendant.
Aflhlavlt ef am eaaldenea tf aald Mart Obom,
both In her own right. ad ae extcotriz of 'be es
tate of Adam Aldav. deceased, and of WUUam
I Ale ay and Ado.ph Aldiy, the above da
feadaata, having hesatled In the clerk office
ef the etrsait eoart of said cuuntv, aouee
m therefore hereby riven to the ssio non-reaj-
nt dereaaanu tnat theeompiajnani siou mm
f eomDlalnt la aad eoart. on the chancery side
thereof, oa theSM day of March. A. D. 197.
I and that ihersmna a aamavma Hsaed out of Slid
I court, whereia said salt Is bow pending, return-
awe ea tne Brat ajoDday in m uo
May aezt, as Is by law rtqntred. Now. ma
less yoa. the aaid aon-faaideDt aefeadtau
above aaaaed. Mary Cbom. m your owa right
executrix of be estits or a"
I Alday, Sseaass. William Alday aM aaoipa
before said dreuit eourt, oa the Srst aay
let tho Best term thereof.
Ikjl k.4 mmM Will bS
, sad a dsci ss eaterea sgsiam yoa mmmm.
Ilmmlm. .k. mmm m aala bill.
mBoaea W. We
,nu March ss,iwt.
J. M. A c. J. aaatm.
Hock Ulaad la aad for tne wnyj.
Irat Moaday ta Msy Beat, and piead, aas
or demur to the said complainant's bill of
ta aaaaa aad the matters asm ta
Chronic, Nervous and
of both sexes.
drains, sleeplessness, tbreateotd
at aay ether eaaantoa ems to
eause of aervoos
a ear mains
boneless, and we any be able ts enre yea. enifle J
bw u mm. awm-iw mmm wmm uvmmrw a iprBIII
CASES TAKEN o
Tne aadarsWaaS aevtaa beea appointed ad
Blnlatrator of the estate of Susea Moaeoa,
ate of the county of Rock Island, state of
IlllnoU, deceased, hereby five, aottr that be
will appear before the county eourt of Kock Island
enemy, at tha ofltee of the clerk of said eoart. la
the city of Rock Ulead, at the Jnae aena. ea
the S rat Moaday la Jaae Beat, at wfctrh time
all aersona having claims against said estate are
and Sad aad reajueated to attend, for the paiaoae
ef having the same adhMtad.
All peranaa tadebted toaaldeetaU arerequeaU
ed ta aaaae lamsdlsts payment as the under
aimed Dated tttls Sd Aay of Avr'X A. D. 1S9T.
Saaoaa Rohm, Admtnlstrator.
Jiczaoa A Bubst, Attomys.
Estate of Philip Ding eldeln, deceased.
TWaiidertlgTwd osvtnx beea appointed eiera
lorof thelmt al l sad te.tamcat uf Philip Dla
geMeB lata of tM cooaty ef fcVma Llano,
tats of Illinois, duets,, d, hereby gives notice
mat be will appear befors the eouaty eoart
of Roek Island comity, at the offlee of the Clark
of aald court, ra the city of Rock I si aad. at Ike
Ray term, on the Srst Moaday ia May
aezt, at which time all persona having aUhaa
against said aetata arenotiaed aad reqaasted ta
atteod,for the purpose of having tha seat ad-
AU persona Indebted he said
quested toamke lisasilisla payi
Dated thlr Sth day of March A. D ltPT.
Paiur Diaerxnani, Ja
Aoaib Pls mairrs, Ataorasy.
FTAT1 OP ILUHOTS,
Kjck lauam oovbtv.
la the eireaK court.
the May term. A. D.
IWi. la CBsacery.
William Campbell va Mary Vetburr, Chtrles V.
lerber.. . K. Lamp. George K Bailey aad
The RadWIagStona Ware company, a corpor
stloa. Affidavit of the aoU'itsldeaca cf the Red Wins;
Stoae Wareeoatpeey, a eornorat'On. uapieadea
with the sb we aa aed defendants, Mary Verbar v,
Charles W Ternary, B. B. Lamp, aad George E.
Bailey, having beea ffjed ta the clerk's oface
of the circuit court of eaM eouaty, notice
m therefore hereby given to the aaid aoa
reaideet defeedant, that the complainant above
aaawd Had bis bill of ecmjoialnt agaiast yoa la
aaid court, oathe chancery aid thereof, oa the
18th day of March. I PVT. aad that thereapsea
gammons Isaaed out of aaid court, wharela aald
rait is aaw pending, retnraabie oa the Srst Moa
day ha aha moata of Mar aen. as Is by Uw
raqslrea. Bow, aajees yoa, the said eon retidset
love aiDjea, ne sue w me
iv, a eotsorattoa. saaJl pemosaliy
r Before aaid circuit court, oa
Of tha aezt term taeravr, io
e court hoaae la the city of
ha and for the said county, oa tha
Brat Moaday ef May aext, aad plead, answer
ae demur ts the aaid eomp'inaat biil of coas-
tasrata 1 Sara ad aad stated will la tabea aa coe
fmmsa.aadaascreeeatef4agalnat yea seeara
haf as the prayer ef said M L
'. Siint, t