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THE AE&TJS, SAtAdAT, JU17Y 8, 1899,
Published DmOy and Weekly M IBM Seoona
Avenue, Rock Island, BL Entered at the
Postomee aa Seeond-daaa matter.)
or s. w. rorra
r TERMS Dally, to eenta per week. Weekly,
12.00 per annum; In advance II .SO.
An communications of political or argumen
tative character, political or religion Dtut
nave real name attached for publication. No
ich article will be printed over Cetltloaa ig
Correspondence solicited from every town
ship In Rock bland county.
Satlkdav. July 8.
Wiikx the automobile makes the
horse Uy, it will probably make the
horse fly fly.
It has been several days since we
iiave Heard of. a gigantic trust. lias
every important industry gotten into
line, or has the administration estab
lished a press censorship on trust
news as well as war news?
Onk thousand people at a dollar
banriuet at Columbus, Ohio, last
night cheered Bryan, the distinguished
guest of the occasion, and furnished a
forerunner of how tbe state of the
president will go next year against
tbe gold standard and trust fostering
The majority aldermen of the coun
cil are demonstrating pretty effect
ually that tbe council is just about as
able to do business independently as
the mayor is. It is proving a severe
experience lor the Union and "lioney
Johnson, but it seems unavoidable.
IIkke are the views of another re-
rublican organ, the Portland Oregon-
a I . , , i . . .
jan, oa me .,wcii:ii)iiii nuiuiiiisiraiiuu:
"Tbe McKinley administration has
made the most disgraceful appoint
ments to ollice at tbe behest of un
scrupulous politicians. It has be
trayed the civil service to the spoils
men, paralyzed the organization of
the army, violated its pledges as to
currency reform, humiliated its most
etlicient servants and discredited
American intelligence in the eyes of
tbe civilized world. In a time for
courage it has quailed. In a time for
decision it has hesitated. Jn a time
for action it has delayed. In a time
for honest dealing it has paltered and
equivocated. Its policy has been to
drift; its aim has been to placate
everybody, however unworthy, and
cater to everything, however mis
chievous; its course has been to sacri
fice any and every vital interest of the
nation on the altar of partisan and
Solely the Admlnitratlon" Hlddlng.
Uev. Clay Macau ley has written to
the Boston" Tran script a lette- from
Tokio, Japan, which is significant in
showing that earnestly as have the
heads of the two branches of the
American military service in the
Philippines striven to force the
subjugation of the natives to the
policy of the administration neith
er has beeu iu sympathy with
the move from the lirst. Mr. Macau
ley, who is well known in Washing
ton and a personal acquaintance of
the president, visited Manila in Jan
uary in search of health. Of his
views then he writes: "For a long
time I could not believe that the dis
astrous drift of events was known to
the Washington authorities. I was
inclined to lay the responsibility upon
the military commander directly in
charge. Y'et now it seems clear to
me that (Jen. Otis did his work in the
main in literal obedience to his supe
riors in America; that there it was
assumed that the whole right and
dutv concerning the future dispo
sition and control of tbe Philippine
islands lay in the wishes and will of
the United States; that what the Fili
pinos themselves might wish need not
be taken into the account in formu
lating plans for their government."
The writer says he bad a talk with
(en. Otis, and adds: "Among other
things. Gen. Otis expressed regret
that there was not a better knowl
edge of the situation among the
Washington legislators than there
seemed to le. And he impressed me
deeply by his declaration: -I was or
tiered to this post from San Francisco.
I did not believe jn the annexation of
these islands when I came here, nor
do I believe in their annexation now.'
I also had the privilege of a conversa
tion with Admiral lkswey, who spoke
much of his concern over the turn
atTairs had taken, and added that lie
ua picpwi wooer uw nil i Ml
DR.. RICHTER'S fifjr
WorM numimll RgniasMrnrwfnl I
lrnlvmratn- vitk lraM Mark Aa-cttT.
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31 HIGHEST AWARDS.
13 Branca Boejea. Owa Glssnrarka,
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JCHO STOJUCIUL taat for
was powerless to act. Yet in one
point in his remarks he declared:
'Bather than make a war of conquest
of this people I would up anchor and
sail out of the harbor.' "
Gen. Uw Wallace oo Traits.
Gen. Lew Wallace, who is bitterly
opposed to trusts, cites the work of
the wire and steel trust in Crawfords
ville as a disastrous example.
"What the trust has done here it
has done elsewhere,1 he said. "It
must be checked, and that immediate
ly. Proper legislation and officers
who will not shirk their duty are the
only recourse. Those barren build
ings of the wire fence company are a
monument to the iniquity of trusts,
and it will be a long time, indeed, be
fore our city fully recovers. .This
strangling of business enterprises
roust stop or God only knows what
will happen." The general grew in
tense as" he continued: "Now all
combinations are not trusts. Asso
ciations under the statute and part
nerships are to be distinguished from
trnsts in the proper sense, although
they are combinations. It is for the
courts to decide what is a trust in the
offensive sense of the word. Trusts
proper are attended with a gFeat
many dangers to the people. They
crush out competition. They take
employment from workingmen and
reduce them to a condition
bordering on slavery. It is in the
power of trusts to engage in any in
dustrial branch to regulate the price
of a product, whatever it may be.
Every trust starts fairly in the begin
ning. Its disposition is to serve the
masses who have need of what it pro
duces. But after a while, when it has
command of tbe market, and has
crushed out all competition, as they
are able to by their superior capital,
the trusts yield to the dictates of or
dinary human nature. For the sake
of dividends, they drop all affectation
of care for the general outside inter
ests and get all they can. The rich
do not feel the results; the burden
falls upon the poor.
, "The reign of trusts is to be com
pared to the days of feudal lords.
They make vassals of the working
men and wage war upon the people.
I know nothing more reprehensible
than the neglect which has been
shown this evil by the national au
thorities, from President McKinley
down. " He has an attorney general
who sits in his elegant office in the
capital and sees the iniquity multiply
every day and almost every hour, right
under his eyes.
"The public will hold the president
responsible for the negligence and in
difference of his attorney general.
The only hope in the future of action
by the authorities, is in tne organiza
tion of all workingmen."
Modern Compolsorj Education
Conviction and sentiment sufficient
to compose a national platform find
poetic expression in the appended, by
James J. Dooling, of JJoston:
Sboot blm who hauls tbe Hag down on tbe
Whether in Yukon cold or Luzon hot. '
For we may lower it with dignity.
Not even when it's where it shouldn't be:
I'p with old glory down with what it mean
Freedom end peace down with tbe 1'hilip-
When wicked Spain oppressed tbe Tagal land,
The race tai noble ana its cause was grand.
But what a change, what startling things time
Patriots against Spain, they're rebels against
Rebels most foul, as rebels always are.
Hatimr our trust Dresident their e.ar.
That kindly despot who will give tbeir nation
A thorough und a moral renovation:
Who. wiib th3 aid of troupers and suspenders.
Will raise now naked natives tofleleouers
f all that's moral: moulding theai anew
Till they're as virtuous as Sixth avenue.
He 11 take I heir crops, their herds, tbeir huts.
And it i ant them freedom to do what be likes
Free speech they'U have: and lucky natives
Sav what they like if he likes what they say.
And censors with Imoer al commissions
Will free the press fr.m treasons and sedl-
He'll H-ive the people local freedom, when
They prove they re lit for -slaves, but not till
Hell teach them then bow caucuses are run.
Conven'ions 1 Hissed and close elections won:
How slates" are made, indictments quashed.
And bow the blackest boodlers are white
Till some day they'll become as pure as we.
And oliow the world a ragai i ammany.
Misguided Tagals. kneel and sue for ouarter..
And then your czar wul kinctiy stop your
Slaughter the word's too harsh lets call this
Compulsory education with a rifle.
We'll teach the young Idea how to sboot by
Teach it our methods and our enterprises.
And bow a Christ Ian nation civilizes:
When rapid tiring and the highest priced.
We have more trust la cannon than in Christ
By trusts our country s fed. and clothed, and
And trust in everyth'ng excepting God.
When we betrayed the men wto were allies
To make tbeir country an imperial prize
(Our honor sueneed and our conscience
Kecordtnir angels wept and Satan brushed.
O. Ia Fayette, at Vorktown what a chance!
ou should have siezed America for France.
We'll win tbe Taaal's love if slaughter 11 win it.
If this is method there is madness in it.
Brave Men Ieprecate War.
There is little foundation for the
assertion made by Mr. Koosevelt that
a disposition to engage in war is nec
essarily a proof of manliness. Gold-
win bmitn says on tnis point mat "it
is not in manly hearts, out in those
of women or of men of feminine tem
perament, that the war fever most
liercely rages and most clearly mani
fests its effects.1 He cites the case
of the southern -women in tbe civil
war, who, it is well remembered, went
beyond the men of that time in their
insistence upon prolonging the strug
The inferior nervous strength of
women has nothing to do with this; it
is the disposition toward war that we
are considering. Brave men like Col.
lioosevelt may desire war. but that
they do is no proof of their bravery.
The bravest generals of our armies, it
s well known, have deprecated war.
One of them is tbe author of the often
quoted remark, "War is hell."
r3iphtheria relieved in twenty min
utes. Almost miraculous. Dr. Thom
as Eclectric Oil. At any drug store.
For sale by Marshall & Fisher.
llTTtl TO MBS. rlXKHAK WO. fS&sl
" I was a sufferer from female weak
ness. Every month regnlarly as the
menses came, I seffered dreadful pains
in uterus, ovaries
were affected and
OPT JO Y
I had my children
very fast and it
left me very weak.
A year ag-o I was
taken with flood
lag ana almost
died. The doctor even gave me up and
wo aders how I ever lived.
" ' yfTP$9 or fr. Pinkham's advice
at Lynn, Mass., and took her medicine
and began to pet well. I took several
bottles of the Compound and used the
Sanative Wash, and can truly say that
I am cured. You would hardly know
me, I am feeling' and looking so well.
Lydia EL Pinkham's Vegetable Com'
pound made me what I am." Mrs.
J. F. Stretch, 401 Mechanic St.
Camden, X. J.
How Mrs. Brown Waa Helped.
" I must tell you that Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has done
more for me than any doctor.
I was troubled with, irregular
menstruation. Last summer I began
the use of your Vegetable Compound,
and after taking two bottles, I have
been regular every month, since.
recommend your medicine to all."
Mrs. -Maggie A. Brows', West Pz
Pleasant, N. J.
July 6 George Scherer, Jr., to
Reinhold Ilaemer, tract by metes and
bounds, nej 31, IS, le, fob'J.yo.
7 Marv S. Buford and Louis M
Buford to ;eorge W. Battles. Sr.,
30 feet lot 8 and lot 9, block 1, Chi
cago or lower add., Rock Island
John . Asquith to Khoda R. Kuhn
tract by metes and bounds, 36, 16
Sw, f 1.
WHAT IS THE USE?
No Need to Go Through Life a
Means of Relief 'ear at Hand and Ree-
omendeU by People Ton Know.
What is the use to go on suffering
with kidney backache, nervousness
steeplessness and dizziness when a
50-cent box of Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
will cure you? Probably you have
not beard oi Kid-ne-oids, so if you
wili read this statement it will pay
yon ten told.
We give you as reference George
lltz. a cijrar manufacturer, who
lives at 343 Sew street, Peoria, 111
He says: ! have suffered for some
time with pain in ray back and
through my kidneys, which were very
weak, and ou that account I had to
pass urine frequentlv. The urine
contained so much uric acid that it
caused much pain to pass it; it was
also highly colored and the odor was
offensive. I tried manv different
kinds of remedies, but without any
permanent relief. Kid-ne-oids gave
me immediate relief, and I heartily
recommend them to anyone sufftring
in this way, because Kid-ne-oids give
you relief and there are no bad effects
after usu.g them; they strengthen
and build up the system."
Is this sufficient evidence to con
vince you that Morrow's Kid-ne-oids
are a wonuerlul remedy lor all form
of kidney disorders? Kid-ne-oids are
not pills, but yellow tablets, which is
a scientihc form of preparation-of
medicine. They are put in wooden
boxes which contain enough for
about two weeks' treatment and sell
at 50 cents a box at M. F. Bahnsen's
A descriptive booklet mailed upon
request by John Morrow & Co., chem
ists, bpnngheld, Ohio.
Sam Jonea and Talinace.
Sam Jones is tbe embodiment of an
audacity . that sometimes comes very
near the border line of discourtesy. A
clergyman who often assists him in his
series of meetings told me the other day
this story in the early history of Mr.
Joues' evangelistic- work: lie was in
vited by Dr. Talmage to hold a series of
meetings . , in the doclor'a Brooklyn
churqb. Mr. Jones went to Dr. Tal-
mage's home during the afternoon of
the day on which his engagument began
and introduced himself. Mr. Talmage
looked him over aud was evidently a lit
tle taken aback at tbe rather shabby ap
pearance of the evangelist. As it ap
proached evening he said, "Brother
Jones, would you take it amiss if I pre
sented you with a new suit of clothes?"
Certainly not," said the accommodat
ing Samuel. He was taken to a clothier
and fitted from head to foot, topping all
with a high hat.
At church tbe doctor introduced' him
as tbe Rev. Samuel P. Jones from
Georgia. Mr. Jones arose with his sew
hat in ' band and repeated, Yes, the
Rev. Samuel P. Jones from Georgia,"
and added: "And this is the new suit
of clothes and this the new hat your
pastor has presented to me. If vour pas
tor bad as much of tbe grace of God in
his heart as he baa pride, he would con
vert all Brooklyn and would not need
me." Homiletic Review.
To cure piles, strike at the root
that's the way. DeWitt's Witch Haz
el Salve strikes at the root it re
moves the cause quickly and permanently.-
Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
For sale by T. 1L Thomas. A. J. Reiss
and M. F". Bahnsen. druggists.
TrlirJ Y3I Han ktwm&sgt
Two men toiled side by side from snn to eon,
And both were poor ;
Both sat with children when the day was done
About their door.
One saw the beautiful in crimson cloud
And shining moon ;
The other, with his head in sadness bowed.
Hade night of noon.
One loved each tree and flower and singing
On mount or plain ;
27o music in the soul of one was stirred
By leaf or rain'.
One saw the good in every fellow man.
And hoped the best ;
The other marveled at his master's plan.
And doubt confessed.
One, having heaven above and heaven below
The other, discontented, lived in woe,
And hopeless died.
Are grand, but skin eruptions rob
life of joy. Bucklen s Arnica halve
cures them; also old running and
fever sores, ulcers, boils, felons
corns, warts, cuts, bruises, burns
scalds, chapped hands, chilblains
Best pile cure on earth. Drives out
pains and aches. ' Only 25 cent
a box. .. Cure guaranteed. Sold by
Hartz & Lllemeyer, druggists.
What's the secret of happy, vigor.
ous health? Simply keeping the
bowels, the stomach", ."'the liver and
kidneys strong and active. Burdock
Blood Bitters does it. For sale bv
Marshall & Fisher.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Peoples National Bank
AT BOCK ISLAND,
In the State of Illinois, at the clo.e of
bu.siiieN.-s. June 30, lt'J9.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured U S. Honds to secure circu
lation Stocks, securities, etc
ilankinp-house. furniture and
Due from National Hunks
(not Keserve Agents)
Due from Stale banks and
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash items
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency,
uickels and cents
Specie ?fl 367 8S
Leal-tender notes 00
17 .115 00
t 12,796 85
Redemption fund withtT.S.
Tieasurer (5 per cent of
Due fiom U. S. Treasurer,
oibertnans per cent re-
" demp.ion funa
.."39, 2-25 7
Capital stock paid in
U ndivided prollts. less ex
nenses acd tuxes paid..
National Bank notes out-
Due other National BankA . .
liue tn tetate Banks and
Individual deposit subject
to check K14.S0 10
Demand ceriilioales of
deposits 23, 28 55
Total 53..'5 7
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Cul'STV K KlM'K ISLAND, t
I. C. Hellpenstell. cashier of the ahove-
natned bank, oo solemnly swear that the abov
statement is true to the best of mv knowledf
and belief. C. HKLLl'KNSTKLL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7t
day of July, lSlft'. umuiiKF. BOTH.
seauj notary Kcpublic.
I. HruEic. i
D. i. KOBIN'SON, )
When you're through getting partial re
lief from luadaehttoT neuralgia by the ne
of uncertain remedies, try a cure that's
thorough one that's guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Furthermore, tbe
only remedy guaranteed to contain no
opium, morphine, antipyrine, or other
harmful substances. Just a speedy,
wholesome, unfailing cure.
Cure headache and nevratgia, nothing p1f.
but that sure in ai. minuses. Druggists
the world over guarantee them.
KILL 'EM QUICK.
The housekeeper's friend. You cannot afford
to oe without it- it is sure aeatn lor an in-
sects. Ants. Moths. Rotcbe and Bed Bugs.
r.very Dot tie guaranteed, bom only by
S. J. APPLE,
Telephone 1002. - - - - 1103 Third avenue
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium pavers of the state are main
taining a runa oy popular snoaonpuon from
wmcn la ouerea a
Reward of S200
By the undersigned association forttae'arrent
ana conviction oi any ineenaiary in any oi ue
aaaociatea towns. i
PROPERTY OWNERS F1RK ASSOCIATION
Rook Island. Ill
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL MLS
Tby owpow Weakness
laXatT MUMtOMjOGIttM Vigor
ad Danuh psjM of mtnatra
tiuB " Tber LJr MiTcrt"
to frirts st vomtobo(Mt, sitlm d
relupimeiit of orrtni and body. Ko
knoa TVfNMlv for women eqrraU
UfS. foot do bsrm Ills bo-
i'Vromrt s ptavar. 91 per mi
For saieby 3f. T. BabKMen. dmcg-iav
CV a m 9 and katlli tbe hair.
hw)Hl.it Iwsvrlftnl crowth.
Hmr Vmi ia tn r mm 1 1 II firm
Hut to ITti Tomhfni Color. I
WANTED A GIRL AT THE HARPER
V f h
TTTANTED BOARDERS. CHOICE ROOMS
v r and board at S Fourth avenue.
"WANTED A GIRL FOR GENERAL
t housework Call at 701 Fourth avenue.
"TTTANTED BOARDERS AND ROOMERS
If at 114 Third avenue. Private family.
TTTANTED A GIRL FOR GENERA
It housework. Inquiie 1916 Fifth avenue.
TTTANTED TWO LADY CANVASERS.
v V Good thing to right parties. Address
A KG CS.
WANTED BOYS AT THE ROCK ISLAND
Sash and Door works. . Must be over
14 years of age.
TTTANTED PUPILS WISHING TO TAKE
w v private lessons in dancing can do so by
enquiring at kr. iu iii in avenue, jones.
TTTANTED I YOUNG GIRL TO ASSIST
v in ine care oi children ana Douse worn.
Apply at 1115 Seventeenth. Mrs. Redecker.
TTTANTED GOOD. RELIABLE OIL SALES
T man, on commission orsalary. Address
Wuaiter ou and implement company, Cleveland,
TTTANTED ABOUT 15 MEN TO CUT WIL
? v lows for government work. Apply to
Drusn contractor a 5 Anaaiusiasiougn. v ages
l oo per day.
TTTANTED TWO MEN COLLECTORS AND
v v solicitors for Rock Island. Permanent
positions, f-9 Mitchell & Lynde building, be'
tween o ana o p. m.
TTTANTED FIVE OR SIX ROOM COT-
v v tage in rattier central location. N
children. Modern conveniences desired. Ad
dress "C C,' Antics oillce.
WANTED LOCAL SOLICITING AGENT
for accident insurance: one who can de
vote sufficient time to tbe business to make it
profitable. Address "E M-. A KG US.
WANTED A FIRST-CLASS GIRL FOR
general housework. Eay work: small
family of four: no washing, good pay. Call
aiteraoon or evening, is-tv, fceeoua avenue.
TTTANTED ANY HONEST. CAPABLE
T indust io s man orer 33 can obtain per
manent, prontaoie una progressive emnloy
ment by sending name and address to P. O,
TTTANTED-ENG AGEMENTS TO DO
f v domestic sewing by the dav or week.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Apply to Mr. Lura
Strauss, over L S. Express otllce, 1608 Second
TTTANTED SITUATION BY HOUSE-
v keeper. -Excellent economist and man
ager: trained in care of children. Good seam'
tress. Good home. Address giving full par
iiuuiaR), a oo, care ui auucs.
WANTED GOOD SOLICITORS IN ROCK
Island to take orders for tbe celebrated
Singer sewing machine. A No. 1 contract
given to right parties. Call on or address the
linger manufacturing company, 417 Harrison
u-eet, uavenport, low a.
WANTED PUPILS IN FREEHAND AND
mecbanical drawing. Pen and Ink,
china painting and new method of water col
ors. LWldren's class Saturday afternoons,
with first lesson and material free. Class in
the evening. Lessons 50 cents. Miss Piatt,
stuuiu ouo juguieenm street.
TTTANTED TO LOAN MONEY ON DIA
v monds. watches, iewelrv. hardware.
musical instruments, bicycles, clothing, dry
goods, furniture, etc. Highest cash prices
paiu lor second nana gooas oi all Kinas also.
Tbe above goods for mile at bait tb usual
store prices. All business transactions strictly
counuentiai. his new number and location,
nca Second avenue. Don't forget iu J. W
Jones. Two rings on 1347.
ATT AN TED ON ACCOUNT OF NOT HA V
v T ing sufficient capital to place on the
market wmc merito.io:is articles used In
bouses and stores. on- of the exen-ployes of
arsenal oners his comiianious who have some
means a good chance tor employment and to
mane money, uniy parlies with some mean?
and who understand butfnessmethods need an
swer for investigation. Good cbanc-s for good
men. saaress Dextor, The Kep.ibli.jan,
TTIOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS AT 1201
-- it rd avenue.
"ClOR RENT FURNISH F.D ROOMS OVER
-a- v. ,. Alaucker s grocery store.
TjOR RENT OFFICE ROOM OVER DAVID
-L Dons store, 1017 Second avenue.
FOR RENT DOUBLE STORE BUILDING
at 1515-1517 Second avenue. Inaulre of
THOR BENT A NICELY FURNISHED
-a. front room in private family, lnomre at
FOR RENT-ONE LARGF. NEATLY FTR
nished room on first lioor. Call at 4n5
t ourteenth street.
T?CR RENT FRONT ROOM TO ELDERLY
-L gentleman who called this morning at 405
FOR RENT PLEASANT FION'T ROOM,
parlor and bedrtxim combined, for lady
roomers iNiceiv iurnisnea. inuuire lone Sec
ond avenue, over U. S. Express office.
CTOR RENT NEW LODGE ROOM. WHAT
a. was formerly tbe Standard club rooms
Has been tilted up with new and complete
lodge room furniture and fixtures, and is
open and ready for Inspection. Cheap rent,
team neat. Apply oi tireu a. Main.
Tiraisil.r A l.Br-:E fmvi'ntn mn.-
-Mj and 2-horse excress wait-on rhvun f,r
irOR SALE TWO-STORY BRICK RESI-
quire at 637 Seventeenth street. Terms 11b-
TJIOR SALE NINE-ACRE FRUIT FARM
! All kinds of fruit: good buildings: near
town. A bargain lor some one if taken soon.
Gordon & Bowman.
TJIOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE, 40-ACRE
A.' farm near town. ts of fruit. To be
sold cheap to settle an estate. Here is a bar
gain cheap lor cash, no trade. Gordon A
T7HDR SALE COAL IN ANY QUANTITY
-A- of 50 bushels or over at ta -V) per ton. de
livered C. O. 11. to any part of tbe citv. Leave
orders at Commercial bosse barbershop, Kock
istanu, or r.aos Barnes. Muan.
t)R BALE A NEAT OFFICE CABINET
with about AO dlHerent slides, aultabla tor
filing legal blanks or any deseriptlon of papera
in ufti lorn to oe aepi in anape lor writing.
A comprehensive Index connected. Just the
thing for any office with oontraeto, etc., to
. Auamm a. r v.. oare oi i hi a bods.
FOUND A POINTER PUP. OWNER CAN
have same by calling MR. L a P. round
bouse. BOARD AND ROOMS CHEAP IN PRI
vate famiiy with bath accomodations.
r12 Eigbtb-and-a-faalf avenue.
OST ON TWEXTY-SEVfSTH STRFTT
J J batween Kigbt-and-a-balf and Ninth ave
nues, a pair of gkl spectacle. Finder will
please return to Tu A hoc office.
MONEY TO LOAN CHATTEL MORT
race loans by W. H. Eastman. 171 See.
ond avenur, without publicity or removal. Ue
also bum coiecuoos nara out a specially
The Choicest Vegetables,
CASH GROCERS, 2223
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. (
In the circuit court, May term, A. D. 1899.
Rock Island Mutual Bulld:ng Lo n and Savings
Association vs. Wli.iam E. Stevens. Lottie
E. Stevens, James W. Atkinson, Thomas
Lyness aud William D. Stevens.
Affidavit of non-residence of the defendant,
William D. Stevens, impleaded with tbe above
defendants. William E. Stevens. Ixtlie E. Stev
ens. James W. Atkinson an4 Thomas Lyness,
having been tiled in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice is therefore
hereby given to the said non-resident defend
ant that the compiuinant liled its bill of com
plaint in said court, on the chancery side there
of, on tbe twenty-ninth day of March, 1KW, and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the tirst Monday in the month of
May next, as is by law required. Now,
unless you, tbe said- nou-resideut defendant
above named, William D. Stevens, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of tbe
next term thereof, to be holden at Mock Island
In and for the said county, on the first Mouday
In May next, aud plead, answer or de
mur to said complainant's bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
Guobgk W. Gamble. Clerk.
Rock Island. Illinois. Julv 7, A. D , I sua
E. H. Guteh, Complainant's solicitor.
Estate of Sophia Relmera. deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed
administrator of the estate of Sophia
Reitners, late of the county of Rock Isl
and, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will appear before tbe
county court of Rock Island county, at tbe
county court room, in the city of Rock Island,
at the August term, on the first Monday
In August next, at which time ail per
sons having claims against said estate are
notified and. requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
JJated this l"tn nay or .nine, a. i- iiww.
William Keimbus, Administrator.
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on account of tbe
Epworth League Convention,
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B. STOCK HOUSE.
Gen'l Pass. Agent, .
Kock Island, III