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Direction of Stktb F. Miujm
Sunday, April 9.
Chase. Lister Theatre Company.
The Entire Uonsc
Except Parqnete Circle 25 cents.
: REPERTOIRE. :
Sur.day. April . My Old Kentucky Home.
Won- ay. Ar.rU la The Aarve.t Moon.
Tuesday. April ll.-Saoiwia
Wednes'ay. Ap'il 12. Don Caesar de Kazan.
Thursday, April IX S.-a of Ice.
Frlde. April 14. Cyrano da Hergerac First
time Id Kock Uud.
Saturday. April 15. Lost la London.
Sunday. A p. 11 Id. Continlous Vaudeville.
Bale of seats at Bleuer's Jewelry Htore for
any aod all performance Phone3J.
URTI3 OPERA HOUSE,
Under th- rt'rectlon of
CHAMUEKLIS. Kimjt ft Co.
Sunday Evening, April, 16.
A Laughing Kxra,
First appearance of
L. R. STOCKWELL,
A Midnight Bell
Depicting Life in New England.
A Selected Company,
e pec 11 Car of Scenery.
50 Children 50.
Price . . .
SS. AO and '
OntnTHi Direction: Or Chambuun Kindt It Co.
Sunday Afternoon, April 16.
Musical event of
BANDA - ROSSA
SO eminent artists 50.
Italy a greatest
Hand and toe
Best Band Ever Heard In A merle.
Inspires ani arouses enthusiasm.
- N Y Herald. W itbout a pnr
allel - N. Y. rihuue. Nothing
Uncr-N Y. Times Ahovevrit.
im.- N. Y. World. A revela
tion N. Y. Telegraph Plays
with artistic hrilliaucy and snap.
Prices, 2. 50c. 7Sc and l 00.
commences Friday at Fluke'.
URTIS OPERA HOUSE,
Direction of Chamberlain, Kindt Co.
Monday Evening, April 17.
THE SMYTH & RICE
bit . .
Friend From India
BY B. A. I'U HODI. BET.
It Will Langh Your Troubles Away.
J0O Bight in New Yrrk to packed
houses, and has s'nee tickled the ris-irle-
of multitude of people in
very large city in tbe wo Id. It la
a great sidi-cracsing. jaw-tlrlng
, Sec and Sc.
I "rises. ti.0. T5c,
Seat tale at
photos of gables
All Work Guaranteed.
C E SMITH f
Opposite Harper House, Second Ave.
John Volk & Co.,
Builders : : :
ALSO MAKl'HCTl'KtKS or
Sash, Doors. Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing ol All Kinds.
DEALERS I if
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate, Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
.UtongMeenU RQCk Island.
1 FAMOUS SHEEP DOGS
THESE CANINE WONDERS CAME FROM
A Buteta f Stories, lllaatratlna; Ik
Rare Ii telllseaee aad Faith! alness
of tbe Aalmala. Told oy a a' Old
Tljne Colorado Sheep Mao.
"The most celebrated lireed of shep
herd dog ever kjiown in the vrest, " aaid
Jud Bristol, the old time sheep man of
Fort Collins, Colo., "were those bred
from a pair of New Zealand dogs
brought to Colorado in 1875. I bad
several of their paps on my ranges and
conld fill a volume with instances of
their rare intelligence and faithfnlnesn.
"I remember one pnp in particular.
He was only nix months old when he
was sent out one day to work on the
range. At night, when the herd was
brought up to the corrals, we saw at
once that a part of the herd was miss
ing. There were 1.600 head in tbe
bunch when they went ont in the
morning, but when we put them throagh
the shoot we found that 200 were miss
ing. Tbe pup was also miming.
"Well, all hands turned out for the
Hearch. We hunted all the night and all
f the next day. and did not find the
lost cheep until along toward night.
But there they were, all herded in a
little draw, about five miles from home,
and there was the faithful dog standing
guard. The wolves were very plentiful
in those days, and the dog hud actually
hidden the sheep from the animals in
the draw. The poor fellow was nearly
famished, as he had liee-n for 36 hours
without food or water. From that day
ho became a hero, but was ho badly af
fected by hunger, exposure and thirst
and subsequent overfeeding and petting
that be died not long afterward.
"This same pup's mother was an es
pecially fine animal. One night tbe
herder brought in bis flocks and hurried
to his cabin to cook himself some sup
per, for he was more than usually hun
gry. But be missed the dog, which usu
ally followed him to the cabin of an
evening to have her supper. The herder
thought rather strange of it, but made
no search for the dog that night. But
when he went down to the corrals the
next morning he found the gate open
and the faithful dog standing guard
over the flocks. The herder, in his haste
the night before, had forgotten to close
the gate, and the dog. more faithful
than her master, bad remained at her
ixn-t all night, though suffering from
hunger and thirst.
"On another occasion this same dog
was left to watch a iock of sheep near
the herder's cabin while the herder got
his supper. 'After the herder had eaten
his supper he went out to where tbo
sheep were and told the dog to put the
fcheep in the corral. This she refused to
do, and althongh she had had no supper
she started off over the prairie as fast
as she could go. The herder put the
sheep in the corral and went to bed.
About midnight he was awakened .by
the loud harkiug of a dog down by the
corrals. He got up, dressed himself and
went down to the corrals, and there
found the dog with a band of about SO
sheep, which bad strayed off during the
previous day without the herder s
knowledge: but the poor dog knew it.
and also knew that they ought to be
corralled, and she did it.
"Another good story of this same
dog: One dav she was sent out with a
new herder to an outlying ranch some
15 miles distant. That night she came
home, and by her actions told us that
there was something wrong at the
ranch. Well, we mounted our bronchos
and went over to the ranch, and very
soon found out what the matter was.
The new herder was simply a tramp,
who as soon as be had got a good feed
had lit out and left tbe sheep uncared
for save by his more faithful compan
ion, the dog.
"One time we bad a tenderfoot come
to work for us, and the boys had filled
him so full of hair raising stories that
he never went out on the range without
expecting to be either eaten by bears or
scalped by Indians. One day ho came
running to the house, all out of breath,
declaring that he had seen a bear. We
laughed at him and sent him back to
"A few days afterward be came in
again, more scared than ever, and said
it was a bear that time sure. Well, we
took our guns and a foxhound and went
out, and, sure enough, over on a hill
we saw large black animal. It wasn't
a lear, but we couldn't make ont ex
actly what it was. We sent the hound
and the shepherd dog that was tending
the herd out on its trail, while we fol
lowed on foot. The dogs chased the ani
mal over he hill out of sight. Soon tbe
shepherd dog rimo trotting leisurely
liack and took her place with the herd
again. Over in a gulch we found the
hound standing over a dead animaL
which upon examination we found to
be a big black Mexican sheep. Now.
that shepherd dog, as soon as she found
it was nothing but a sheep, had given
up the chase and returned to her flock.
She knew it was not game and of no
account, while the hound had followed
the trail and killed the sheep." Den
Koew Her Baalaeea.
Lady I wish to get a birthday pres
ent for my husband.
Shopwalker How long have you
been married, madam?
"Bargain counter to tbe right, mad
am. " Boston Traveler.
"I would advise tbe young man,"
said the corn fed philosopher, "to form
bis friendships among men older than
himself. By the time he is at middle
age they will all be dead and can't bor
row his money." Indianapolis Jour
nal. The Christian era was not introduced
as a basis of reckoning time until th-
dickens and froebel.
What the XoTellat Did For Child-
bood Ilia Work For Education,
Froebel and Dickens, it is claimed.
are tbe best interpreters of Christ's
ideals of childhood. The philosophy of
Froebel and the stories of Dickens are
in perfect harmony. The two great re
formers protested vigorously against
tbe interference of intermeddling adults
with the full development of the indi
viduality of t Je child. They recognized
the divinity in each child so fully that
they objected to all "stamping and
molding" processes by which its self
hood was dwarfed or warred. Other ed
ucators and reformers had considered
the problem of human evolntion from
the standpoint of the adult and had
aeked. "What can we do to fit the child
for its work?" Froebel and Dickens
asked. "How can we help the child to
grow by its own self activity?" They
were the greet apostles of childhood.
They began the struggle for the free
dom of childhood from the restrictive
interference of adulthood.
Dickens is commonly regarded merely
as an educational critic. This is a nar
row and unfair view. He was a great
critic. Ho aroused the indignation of
the civilized world against those who
treated childhood inhumanly, and the
hatred of adnlt tyranny which he awak
ened developed a loving sympathy for
children. But he conld not have so
clearly exposed the wrong in education
without having a definite conception of
the right. He was the greatest destruc
tive educational critic, but ha was also
a most advanced, positive, constructive
educator. There is no great ideal of the
"new education" which is not revealed
by Dickens in his novels or his miscel
Dickens was the first Englishman of
note to advocate the kindergarten. In
July. 1855, he published an article of
11 columns in Household Words, which
would take a leading place if compared
with the papers read at a meeting of
the International Kindergarten union
today James L. Hughes in Century.
Sold Tickets on Him.
It is good to be a celebrity, and it is
sometimes profitable merely to recog
nize one. While Chauncey M. Depew
was at the Omaha exposition, says the
New York Times, he and President
Callaway of tbo New York Central
chanced to go into a booth on the Mid
It was a tame entertainment, and
thwrj was only a meager attendance
when Mr. Depew and Mr. Callaway
entered. Their stay would have been
very brief except for the fact that they
had scarcely taken their seats before
there began a steady inpoaring of peo
ple, which continued until tbo small
auditorium was crowded.
Taking this extraordinary increase of
spectators as an indication that some
thing of an interesting nature was
about to be disclosed the . two New
Yorkers concluded to sit it out. Half
an honr's waiting failed to reward their
patient expectancy, however, and Mr.
Callaway suggested that they move on.
Just then ex-Secretary of. Agriculture
J. Sterling Morton i-usbed his way
through the crowd and. extending his
band to Mr. Depew, exclaimed :
"Well, Dr. Depew, so you are really
here! I thought that 'barker was ly
ing. "What do yon mean?" inquired Mr.
"Why, the 'barker for this show is
standing outside and inviting the crowd
to 'step up lively and pay 10 cents for
the privilege of seeing the 'great and
only Chauncey M. Depew.
Story of a 81ave.
To be bound hand and foot for years
by the chains of disease is the worst
form of slavery. George D. Williams
of Manchester, Mich., tells bow such
a slave was made free. He sayst
"My wife has becu so helpless for live
years that she could not turn over in
led alone. After using two bottles of
Electric Bitters she is wonderfully
improved and able to do her own
work." This supreme remedy for
female diseases quickly cures nerv
ousness, sleeplessness, melancholy,
headache, backache, fainting and dizzy
spells. Thii miracle working medi
cine is a godsend to weak, sickly, run
down people. Every bottle guaran
teed, tmiy ou cents, bold by Hartz
& Ulletiievcr. dmi-jrists.
Morton L. Hill, of IiCbanon, says:
My wife had inflammatory rheuma
tism in every muscle and joint, her
suffer-in: was terrible and her bod v!
and face were swollen almost beyond
recoiruition: bad been in bed for six
weeks and bad eight physicians but
received no benefit until sbc tried the
mystic cure for rheumatism. V
It ravo immediate relief aud she was
able to walk about in three days. I
am sure it saved her life." Sold by
Otto Grotjan, 1501 Secoud" avenue
Rock Island, and Gust Schleget&Sou,
220 West Second street, Davenport.
In almost every neighborhood there
is some one whose life has been saved
by Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea remedy, or who has been
cureu oi enrome utarrnoca ov tne use
of teat medicine. Such persons make
a point of tcllinsr of it when ever on-
portunity oners, nopmg mat it may
ue tne means oi saving oiner lives
For sale by all druggists.
To Vara Constipation Vsram.
Tike Casearets Candy Cathartic, lie or tSa
ttCfiC. fail to rara dramst rcfoad none?
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Tt3 Kind Yea Hare Always Bought
Signature of 1
THE AR0US. FBIDAY. APBIL
The Averse Rock Island Citizen Must Ac
cept tbe Following; Proof.
The great Sir Isaac Newton, one of
tne most profound reasoners the
world ever produced, once cut a large
noie in a board fence to allow a favor
ite cat access to two gardens, and cut
a smaller hole to allow her kitten to
follow her. The weakness manifested
in Sir Isaac's action was due to want
of thought. Any reader who men
tally debates the proof offered here
about Doau's Kidney Pills and arrives
at any other conclusion than that
stated in this citizen's statement, is
as short of reasoning powers as the
philosopher when he turned caroen
H. Thompson, photographer.
corner oi &econa avenue anil .twen
tieth street, living at 2109 Third ave
nue, says: ! noticed for sometime a
siuggisnnee s ol my kianevs. xhe se
cretions from them were hijrhlv col
ored, contained a sediment, and had
an offeni-ive odor. To mv miod, it
was a forerunner of kidnev complaint
ami, anxious to ret rid of it before
further complications et in more dif
ficult to check, wucn l beard about
uoan s rudney s t ins J obtaiued a
oox at .Marshall & risuer a drugstore.
I took them as directed. In a short
time the troubles disappeared and the
kidneys performed their functions
properlv. Mv wife also used Doau's
Kidney Pills and is as lirui a believer
in thcit merits as I."
Doan's Kidney Pill for sale by all
dealers. Price 50 cents. Mailed by
roster-Mil burn company, liuflalo, N.
Y.. sole ajrents for the United States,
Remember the name Doau's and
take no substitute.
Value of a Comma.
A Prnssian school inspector appeared
at the office of the burgomaster of a lit
tle town to ask bini to accompany him
on a tour of inspection tnrougn tne
The burgomaster was out of sorts.
and was heard to nintter to himself:
"Wliat is this donlcey nere again
The inspector said nothing, but wait
ed his time, and with the unwillini
burgomaster set out on his tour.
At the first school be announced his
wish to see how well punctuation was
"Oh. never mind that, grumbled
the burgomaster. "Wo don't care for
commas and such trifles."
But the inspector sent a boy to the
blackboard and ordered him to write:
"The burgomaster of R. says, the in
spector is a donkey."
Then hu ordered him to transpose the
comma, placing it alter xv., and to in
sert another ono after inspector, and
the Uy wrote:
"The burgomaster of R., says the in
spector, is a donkey.'
It is probable that the refractory offi
cial gained a new idea of the value of
commas aud ench trifles." London
Men's Dresa In London.
In London the female make up has
no significance whatever. All kinds of
men ranking anywhere above "lower
class," however, have their frock coats
and tall hats. A tailor made frock coat
is not a luxury in London.
Jiaice it in tne united states, and a
man wishes to attire himself in the ex
treme of what the British call "after
noon wear, must ho willing to spend
money. Compare the prices of a Sun
England. Xr. S.
Frock coat and waistccat. ... 115 no (50 U0
Trousers 4 00 10 00
Pilk hat 4 00 00
fHoves 1 in 1
Stick M 1 00
Totals t4 50
Yon can buy a bunch of violets on a
London stieet corner for 4 cents. It
costs sixpence to havo a silk bat ironed.
When it comes to the mere making of
a personal front on a small income, no
other city can offer such advantages as
London. Chicago Record.
A document known by the name of a
terrier" is supposed to be kept st ev
ery old parish church setting forth the
Bources of the income of the benefice
especi ally glebe lands: hence the deriva
tion from the Latin "terra." Ignorance
of this purely technical term led a
clergyman Into a curious mistake. He
was a sporting parson and had just
been appointed to his first living. Dur
ing the early days of his incumbency
he received a form from the bishop
which he was reqmred to fill up.
Among the questions asked was,
you keep a terrier?"
"No," wrote tbe cleric in reply.
"but I have two well bred pointers, and
your lordship is welcome to one if you
care to have il St. James Gazette.
John Sutherland Sinclair is a farmer
in North Dakota. His farm is called
Berriedale farm. In the book cf the
peerage Mr. Sinclair is put down as Earl
of Caithness. Lord Berriedale and a
baronet of Nova Scotia. All the castles
and vast estates which his ancestors
owned have shrunk to the Xorth Dakota
farm. The earldom of Caithness once
embraced all the northern part of Scot-
Ian"l' trom Bea to nd the Sinclaira
were earls of Orkney too. Milwaukee
He Waa Explicit.
An ex-soldie who had lost a fg in
the war and was tired waiting for his
pension wrote to headquarters at Wash
I "Ef you won't send me my pension,
won't you please send me a wooden leg.
no's I kin git about ? The leg I lost wuz
a bowleg on the left side an bad three
corns on the three little toes. So. now.
you can't go wrong in makin a new
tne. " Atlanta Constitution.
Subscribe for Tux Ajcgls.
a dinner Costing $10,000
Tbe Repast Was tbe First of Fx pen
Ire Eatertalamenta la Xevr York
Writing of the lavish expenditures
of New lorkera, Enretra an vorst re
calls in The Ladies' Home Journal
dinner given in 18S4 by a man
wea " which cost $10,000 and which
astonished his most extravagant asso
ciates as it was the most expensive f eas
given up to that time.
"Delmonico, the helpful resource of
both those who know and those who do
not know how to spend their money,
was at a loss to know how to dispose of
this then fabulous amount upon a single
meal. There were 73 guests, and thev
were entertained in tbe large ballroom
which in Delmonico's Fourteenth street
establishment saw so many social tri
nmphs. The bouse bad been Mr. Moses
Grinnell's and ever bore the imprint of
a gentleman's residence even when
transformed into a public place of cc
"The table occupied the whole length
and breadth of the room. The waiters
-had barely space to move about it.
was a long, oval table, round which
massive wreath of exquisite flowers was
i;uu, gimruiug a miniature ihkh uu iw
long, the water, by mechanical con
trivacce, undulated gently, and on its
breast floated four living swans, a gold
en network keeping them in place."
Comparatively few know that by th
English admiralty's orders perfect mod
els are made in pararhn wax of every
new battleship before it is laid down
and these models are tested in a tank at
Haslar. The models are from 12 feet to
24 feet long, and the tank is 400 feet
long and 20 feet wide. The models are
made of wax, because it is a material
which does not absorb water or change
its weight, so alterations can be casilv
made ; also the material can be meltei!
up and used again.
Our naval authorities also have moil
els of all their hulls constructed, hnt
these are much more elaborate!, being
formed of white pine and fitted with
rudders, false keels, propeller shafts am
all other necessary parts. New York
Tben and Xorr.
"Do yon see that old man out there?
Thirty-two years ago thut old man
came to Columbus with one suspender
and a sore toe. He also bad a basket of
apples which a farmer outside of the
city had given him. He peddled the ap
pies on High street and netted 18 cents
the first day. How much do you eup-
pose he s worth now ?
"Oh. $1,500.0001" said one.
"Two millions!" cried another.
"Six million, three hundred thou
sand!" was tbe estimate of a third.
"I give it up." remarked the fourth
"Not a single cent, and he still owes
for the basket." Ohio State Journal.
An KfTertlve Retort.
l lie late Kev. I'atricK v at son. vicar
of Earlsfield, a great aotboritv on tho
Holy Land, was a stickler for accuracy.
An amusing passage of arms once took
place between him and the archbishop
of Canterbury. A committee report
was under consideration, and Mr. Wat
son objected to the heading "Removal
of Premises" on the ground that the
things inside tbe premises were removed
and not the building.
Dr. Temple replied. "I suspect vou
often tell your wfe the kettle boils, but
it doesn t.
The meeting roared with laughter
and passed on to the next business.
Uucklen's Arnica Salve.
The lest salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum,
fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns and all skin erup
tions, and positively cures piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed ro
give perfect satisfaction or money re
funded. Price 25 cents per box. For
sale bv llurtz & Ullcuiever
tiraln-O Brings Relief
To the coffee drinker. Coffee drink-
nr, is a habit that is universally in.
dulged in and almost as universally
injurious. Have you tried Grain-O?
It is almost like coffee, but the effects
arc just the opposite. Coffee upsets
the stomach, ruins the digestion, af
fects the heart and disturbs tbe whale
nervous system. Grain-O tones up
the stomach, aids digestion and
streuirthens the nerves. There is
nothing but nourishment in Grain-O.
It can't be otherwise. 15 and 25 cents
The Best In the World.
We believe Chamberlain's courrh
remedy is the best in the world. A
few weeks ago we suffered with a
severe cold and troublesome cough,
and having read their advertisements
in our own and other papers we pur
chased a bottle to see if it would effect
us. It cured us before the bottle was
more than half used. It is the best
medicine out for colds and coughs
Tbe Herald, Andersonvillc, Ind. For
sale by all druggists.
Have Ton Had the Urip?
If you have, you probably need a '
reliable medicine like rolcy's Honey
and Tar to heal your lungs and stop
the racking cough incidental to this
People who have once taken IX-
Witt's Little Early Risers will never
have mivthiu"- else. They are the
famous little pills" for torpid liver
md all irregularities of tbe system.
For sale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Relss
and M. F. Bahnsen. dru;;ts.
lo-xo-Hae tor Flriy Cenca,
Guaranteed tobacco habit core, makea we
oea stronc. Moot pure ana sx Aii drurcista
I TO XXX .A..
Tin Had Yoa Haw K,mrj Effiht
OF COD-LIVER OIL WITH
should always be kept in
the house for the fol
FIRST Because, if
of the family has a
hard cold, it
will cure it.
SECOND Because, if the chil
dren are delicate and sickly, it will
make them strong and well.
THIRD Because, if the father or
mother is losing flesh and becom
ing thin and emaciated, it will build
them up and give them flesh and
FOURTH Because it is the
standard remedy in ail throat and
No household should be without it.
It can be taken in summer as well
as in winter.
oc. snJ $i.oo, all ilruriM.
SCOTT 4c BOWNE, Chemists, New York.
Notice of Fultllratlon lu Chancery.
Slate or Illinois, i
Rock Island County. (""
In the circuit court of sai-1 u-iniv. Tn th.
May term, 1S9W. In chancery.
Ma-v Scivdden vs John Scuddcn.
Affidavit ot the non-residence of th nhove
named defendant., John Scaddn. bavirjtf been
tiled in the circuit court of said county, notice
is therefore hereby Kivcn to the wild non
resident defendant that the coiiiivuinuut tiled
her bill of complaint in saiu court, on the
enunoery side thereof, o. hc 3lst day of
March. A. 1. lsw.t. ai d i hat tbe eiinon a sum
mons LSMued out f h.aut cou t, u herein said
suit is now pei.ilini;. returnable on the first
Monday in the mouth of Mv ncx', a-4 is by
law required. Now, unless you. the said nori
res'dent defendant nbove named shall per
sonally be and appear bef..re said circuit court,
on the hrst day of the next t-nu i hereof,
to be Golden at hock Island in and for
the so id county, on the lust Monday in
May next, and plead, answer or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the mutters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken asconfessed.
ana a oecree enteren against, you according to
the prayer of said bill.
uttWiE w. cam in. k. clerk.
Rock Island. IH'nois. March hi. A. ). lew
O. K. Ckameh, Complainant's Solicitor.
Sweeney & Walker, Solicitors.
State of Illinois. I ....
Rock Island County.
Foreclosure. General No. 45:18.
In the Circuit Court. To the May term A
Black Hawk Homestead Hu Id Ing. Loan n-d
t-avings Association vs. J?err V. Weaver
ling, Martha J. Weave ling, Thomas Smart,
Annie Kailcy. A lice K ;otn, Allen t. Uo
lien. Joseph lioben, William Uobeu. Edward
Uobcn, annie Uoben. Maggie Colbum.
To the above named defendants. Thomas
Smart aod Kdw.rd Oolieu anil each of them:
Affidavit that vou. the said Thomas Smirt.
ire a non-resiilent of the st te of 1'linois. aiid
that yoti. the s id kdward l!otcn. have gone
out of the stale of illi oi-t, s- thtt eummons
innot be served upon you. having b en lllel
in tbe oltt e of the clerk of the Cir-uii Court
if said Kock tslaud county, Illinois, notice is
hereby given to you and etch of you. tnat tbo I
ilmve named oniilai'itam hasbc-eiof.jreHled
in sai l court. ksb.Uof complaint ugni' styouon
he chancery side ol said court, .niltb t the '
said caus is si ill pending therein a d undeter
mined, und that said cause has been con'intied
for eervice u- til the next May term of said -
;oirt to begun n nd holden in th- ciiurl huui-e
n the city Kock Island, in said county and
sia e. beginn-ng on the hrst ivonoay In May A. '
In iK.itf, at whi h tirccand place you will ap
pear. plcd. answer or demur to said I (II of,
complaint if you ee tit. i
l ate J at K-K Island. Illinois, tuts 3Isltlav or
Mi rub A. 1). lSi-W
Gbobub W. Cambi.k, Clerk.
SWKKNKV & WAI.HKti.
boli.ltors for Ci uiplaioanls.
Mcif s Nerverine Pills
t ration and
j2f diseases of the.
fci-toRt; AND ATtR LSISO. (,,ni ol either
sex, such as Nervous Prostration, Failing or
lost M-nhood. Imootenev. IMicritlw Err.ic
sions, Youthful Errors, Mental Worry, ex
cessive use of Tobacco or Opium, which
lead to Consumption and Insanity. $1.00
per box by mail: 6 boxes for $5.00.
MOTTS CHEMICAL CO Prop's. Cleveland. Ohio.
For sale by M. F. nahnsen. drucrirlst. corner
Fourth avenue and Twentieth street.
Dr. William' Indian Pile
Ointment wl. "ure Blind
Bleeding am. Itching
lies. Ii absorbs tbe tumors.
allays the itching at once, acts
as a Poultice, icivcs instant re
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment isnrenared for Piles and Ilrh.
In of ths private parts. Every box is
warranted. Rv t pnt7ftvf m hv mail m.
eelpt of nr're. f0 cents and SI. no. U7H I " .
MANUFACTURING CO.. frops.. Cleveland: OElo.
Kold bt M V Ranhaan drogglata
an troubles peculiar to her sex. pryScnd by
man or from onr Agent. SI.OO Per box.
WILLIAMS KFG. CO., Props CLEVELAND, OHIO,
For sale by M. F. Bahnsea. druggist
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL ALLS
They overcomi Wea or
.Hit sad otnUiUjpiinTtM vipor
ban ib fJ as f mimtnit-
ttua." . aL.ir.B mr CIS"
tog-irltac womanhood, idMi.r de
velopment f orrn ' -wi jr. No
knotii rfnvly f"r women entJi
'-. vom. i;a ni"v oo n mi
tf.-j "A -A',oinrt plen re. ai aef vmx
For ie by bL F. Bafanfteo. druggist.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of tbe state are main
taining a fund by popular subscription from
which la offered a
. Reward of $200
By the undersigned association for the arrest
and conviction of any incendiary in any ol the
P80PBTy OWNERS FIKK ASSOCIATION
Bock i&uad, 111.
iilj TJ at lsP
nnniLunns'pji i q
U M A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
Estate of John Wilson Drury.cleee tsed.
The undersigned bavinir been appointed
administrator of tbe estate of John Wil
son l-rury, late of the county of Roe If
Island, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before the
county court of Kock Island co'inty. at tho
county court room, in the city of Kock Island,
at the June term, on the first Monday
in June next, at which time all per
sons bavins: claims acaiAst said estato are
notified and requested to attend, for tbe pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated this 'JSth day of March. A. T. 1KK.
Henht i. CoNNBll.V, Administrator.
Estate of George Vogler, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ex
ecutrix of tbe last w 11 and testamenlof Ueorge
Vogler. late of tbe count v of Kock Island.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the county court or
Rock Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of Kock Inland, at tbe Juno
term, on the llrst Monday in June next.
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate are notiiied and reouesied
to attend for tbe purpose of having the same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requestea to niaue immctiiate payment to
Dated this -join any or March. A. D. iwn.
Agnes ViKa.tu. Kxecutrix.
Notice ot Publication Chancery
McCaskriu & McC'askrin, lawyers.
State of Illinois. I
Ro.k Island County. (
In the Circuit Court. May term. A. r l"U!.
Kmina ill.am-s vs. George A. Williams, In
An aflldavit having been duly cc tilled and
sworn to snd filed in tbs tlerk s oilU-o of said
county and state by the above named eom-tlai-ant,
Kniira Wi liams. ebow.ng that the
residence of the alnve named defcudnnt i4
unknown, notice is therefore hereby given
to the said defendant that the compla mint
tiled her bill of complaint in said court, on tlio
chancery side thereof, on the ii'd dayof Mar. b.
I mil. and that thereupon a summons issued out
of s tid court, wherein sa'd suit is now pending,
returnable on lb- lirst Monday in the month of
May next, as is by law required.
Now. unless you. tne s.ui aerenuani, i.corge
A. Willi- uis, shall personally be and appear hc-
f ore said circuit cou-1. on the lirst dayof tho
next term thereof, to beholden at Kock Islam!
in und for the said county, on tbe lirst n onnay
la May next, and plead, answer or demur to thu
said complainant s bill of comlaint. the same
and tbe m liters and things therein charged
and slated will be taken ss confessed, and a
deu-ce entered against you accoidlng to the
prayer of said bill.
Gkokue W. GAMni.E, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. M rch 'Jft, ISVJ.
MCCA&KUIN & Ml'l'ASKKIN.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
Slate of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. V
In the circuit court, to May term, I Mil. lu
Cora Murphey vs. Howard J. Murphey.
Aflldavit of the non-resident e of the de
fendant. Howard. I Murphey. having been filed
In the clerk's ortlce of the circuit court of said
county, notice is therefore hereby given to
the said non-resident defendant that tbe com
plainant tiled her bill ot complaint in said
court, on the chancery side theieof, on the
23d day of March, lruu, aud that there
upon a summons issued out of said court,
wherein sxidsuit Is now pending, returnable on
the first Monday In the month of May next,
as Lsby law required. Now, unless you. the h-iH
non-resident defendant ab tve named. Howard
J. Murphey, shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the first day of tho
next term tberof. to be holden at Kock Isl
and in and for tbe said i-ouu'v, on tbe 1st
Monday in May next, and plead, answer
or demur to s id complainant's bill of com
plaint, tbe same and tbe matters and things
therein charged and staled will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against you
according to the prayer of said bilL
Gr.oKr.is w. (M.Miii.r, Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March 1, 1-fM.
Si U BOKo N & Mahhiiai.u
Publication Notice lu Attachment.
Stute of Illinois. t
County of Kock Island. (
Circuit court of Hock Island county, May
lerm. A.ii. ipir.i.
Joseph Ij. Haas vs Henrietta M. Denser In at
Public notice Is hereby given to the Riild
Henrietta M. rJemer that a writ of attach
ment Issued out i l the office of the clc k of
the circuit court of ruicli Island coiinlv, dated
ihc Kth day or March. A. D Isim. at the suit of
tbe said Joseph 1 Ha s and against lb -t:statc
of tbe said II nrietiaM Henscr for tho sum
of twel e hundred ar.d cigbtv-eUbt dollars
and twenty cefits. directed to the herllT of
said fiock Island county, which said writ has
been returned executed.
Now. therefore, un'ess you. the said Hcnri
ct'a M. He user sIihII personally lie and kppcur
befo c the said . ircuil court of Kx-k Island
cmioty on I he Hrstd y of the next term thereof,
to be holden at the cou t house in the city of
Kock island, in said count, on the first day of
May. A. U. In give special bail mud plead to
the said plaiutirf s action, judgment will lm
en-ered against you. and in favor of tlnmiil
Joseph 1. Haas, aud so much of lb properl v
attached as may be sufficient to satisfy said
judgment and costs will be sold to satisfy the
linmni W. Gamiw.c, clerk.
Chahi.ks linr-oitii. I'lainlill's Attorney.
March aith. A. D. lK.iu.
Stale of Illinois, I
Koclc Island county, (
In the circuit court of said
county, to the
May term, A. u. lj'J.
Carl J. Mueller vs. William Ferguson. Simon
liextcr. Jessie A. liexler. Lucy A. Matlock,
Maria C Dultou, Carrie Cuinailugs, George
Affidavit of non-residence of Maria C. Hut
ton. Car ie Cummings and George Matlock,
defendants in tbe above enl illc-1 cause, having
been tiled in tbe clerk'softlcc in the circuit court
of said county, botice is hereby given to the
said non-resident defendants that the com
plainant tiled his bill of complaint in sxirt
court, on tbe chancery side thereof, on tbo
IHth dayof Ma ch. A. 1. IHW.i, and that thereupon
a summons was issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, returnable
t tbe first Monday In the month of May
next as is by law required.
Now unless you. tbe said non-resident de
fendants above named, shall personally
be and appear before said circuit court
on the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at hock Island in and for Hie
said county on the lirst Monday in May
next and plead, answer or den T to
tbe said complainant s bill of coxplalnt, the
same and the matters and things therein
charged arid stated will be taken as confessed,
and the decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
GCOUI.K W. GAMBLE, Clcrlf.
Rock Island, Illinois. March is Ihf.f.
Ml-KSIKV &. Mi Emiir.
' Complainant u Solicitor.
Notice of Publics tloa -Chancery.
State of Illinois.
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court. May term, A. D. 1HV9.
Kock IsMnd Mutual Molid'ng Lo n and Savings'
Association vs. Wil lam K. Stevens, l-otile
K. Stevens. Jm-s W. Atkinson, Thomas
I.yness and William l. Stevens.
Affidavit of non-residence of tbe defendant.
William l. Stevens, impleaded with ihe sImivm
defendants. William K. Stevens. Lottie K. htev
ens. James W. Atkinson ana Thomas l,vne.,
haviogbeen filed In the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is therefore
hereby given to tbe said non resident defend
ant that tbe-comp ainant tiled its bill of com
plaint In said court. on tbe chancery side there
of, on tbe twenty-ninth day of March. IHW.4. and
that thereupon a summons ihsuko out or said
court, wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on tbe tlrst Monday in liie month of
May next, as is by law required. Now,
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
above named, William U. Stevens, shall
personally he and appear liefore said
circuit court, on tbe llrst day of the
next term thereof, to be boiden at Mock I si und
In aod for the said county, on the tint Monday
in May next, and plead, abswer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same snd tbe matters and things therein
charged and stated w til he taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
uvisub w. uAXoi, i ierk.
Rock Island. Illinois. March JU, A. ISM;.
K. H. GUYS!, Complainant's H citor.