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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 151. 1899.
McCASKlilN & McCASKSlN.
Koek Island ar,d Milan. Boe J
OTerKreU & Mains' stora. Miian o31C On
H. C COJWI-I-T. B. B. OOWLLT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law
Money loaned Office orer Tnoma Arag
tore, comer of Second arenas an-1 Been
JACKSON & HUBST,
Attorneys at Law
Office In Roc Mud National Ban Bulla
IK. I. I.TJDOLPH. BOBT. B BITWOUM.
LUDOLl'H & REYNOLDS,
Attorneys at Law.
Money to loan. General legal basJnew. No
tary public. 1706 Second ayenuo, Buloro
I D.BWIIIIT, atWlUll
SWEENEY & WALKES,
Attorneys and Counsel ors at Law.
Office In Bengston Bloc.
C. J. RIARI.K, O. B. MARSHAIX,
State Attorney. : : : : :
SEA RLE & MARSHALL,
Attorneys at Law.
Transact a general legal business.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Loan money on irood aeeurtty: make eolleo
lena. Reference. Mitchell H Lynda, bankeia
Ofr.ee, Mitchell St Lynde building.
JOHN K. SCOTT,
City attorney of Rook Island. Room 4,
MHcbeU A. Lynde building.
F. H. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Pbore on 17. Offlce, 828 Twentlett
street. Offlce hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; X to t and
7 to H p. m. Sunday. 8:30 to fc:30 a. m.; 1:20 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED.
Spec!al attention to diseases of worsen and
ebudren, also diseases of eye. ear. none and
tbrost- Office houra fc:3d to 12 a m., I to 4 p.
m. ail Sixteeclh street. Rock Island.
J. B. BUBKHAKT, M. D . . .
. HH.S. BD4 H. BUBIH1RI. H. D.
DRS. BURK1IART & BURKUART,
Office Treounn block. Office hours 8 to 12
a. m., 1 to S and 7 to V p. m. 'I'hone No.
Kock Iblana, ill. Nlfcht calls answered from
C. T. FOSTER, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office between Third and Fourth avenues on
TweAtleto street. Offlce hours: 9 lo 11a.m.,
I to4p m. and 7 to W p. m. Mgbt calls from
o 11 re 1'boue 49b4.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
A U diseases of horses and cattle treated on
approvt d principles. Surgical operations per
formed In a solent lilc manner. lMys treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
lvxS fifth avenue. Telephone 4IH. Office
and lndrmary. I4i.s-ii7 Kourtu avenue
(Maucker's stable), opposite No. 1 tire house.
DR. II. EMMET STEEN,
Specialist and expert In the treatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12, ! 1)4,1 to 8. Sundays 10 to 11
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
Boh ton store,
DR. M. A. IIOLLINGSWORTH,
Office. Harper House Pharmacy, c Night calls
Isavl CHIC A (if).
UliUlULJI n i mi fiu-CTiv
On account of laving of cor
ncr stone of new (iovern
ment RuiMing and fall festiv
ities, Chicago, Oct. 4th to 11th.
The burlinjxton will have on
sale tickets to CHICACrO and
return at :t ROUND TRU'
Five Dollars, Selling Oct. 2nd
to 9th inclusive.
With limit for returning to
and iiieludinj; Oct. 14th.
II. D. Mack, D. P. A.
M. J. Yocxa, Agent.
Thones 2131 and 1180.
MlLLiaKS'DH I J
A SURE RELIEF TO WOMAN for
all troubles peculiar to her sex. ( 9Send tj
mail or from our Agent. SI.OO Per boz.
WILLIAMS MFG. CO., Props., CLEVELAND. 0H!C.
forsale by U. F. Babnaen, dru(lst.
Acts gently or4 the
r,EANSES THE 5YSTEM
i umu PERMANENTLY
Bly THE GENUINE - M ANT O By
fOa AU BYil CRC6S.J"i P- U. S3c FtlSCIUC
Direction of Stive K. Milmr.
KOrtONE nh ;ht oxlv.
Saturday Evening, Sept. 23.
The greatest domestic comedy
tf the age.
"THE MISSOURI GIRL"
PBK'K.VTKU BY THE
Uttl.' Sir.-ak ii'Sunine. MISS RAD
IK itiVMoMJ Supported by the n
imi::iMf --meiHau Ml. KIIKO RAV
Moxu mid u it'lec:efi company of ar
tists. I.'ewrit.rn. upto-dtte, N - v
solids. UanrcH antl fipMriaitics. Special
scenery from ihe famoii Hasarllec
Prices irc. i'e. rta? and !. Seals on sale at
Ulc-uer s jewelry store.
Steve F. Mit.i.eh,
Sole Lessee and Manager
ONE WKKK, COMMENCING
Sunday, Sept 24.
In the naval scene production.
THE WHITE SQUADRON!
Change of p'ay riirlitly' A-car l ial of spe
cial sveaery. properties and Kltetrical c:Teets.
On Monday niL'hf.. Se;n. Unth any I nly Will be
aiioi'it' cl free w ith each paid Mc ticket
Prices to, 2 and 30c.
Sale of beau at Uleuer's jewelry store.
Unrcr The Direction Of Giambcrun Kindt St Co.
Friday, Sept 22.
fPENIXJ OF THE SEASON.
Newest and Most Orig'nal Farce.
DEAR OLD CHARLIE.
The best cast overseen here:
UEOIJ--.E HON IF ACE.
I'.EaTHA WALTZING S.R
Prices, f 1.0.1, 75c. 5."c and 25c. Seat f ale at
M. C. A. AUDITORIUM.
FIVE NIGHTS ANI MATINEE
Sept. 21, 22, 23, 25 and 26.
Prof. Wm. Windsor. I I- II. Ih. I.
The World's n:ot Irr.irent Fhrenol.v
eist. Pres. of the Intert.atinnal Health
association, in bis. Magnuiccut course
of lectures on
(Tha M ladom of Life.)
Thursday Night. Sept. 21. Free Lecture.
Friday Nicht. Fre.
IIuw to llrrooie KU'h."
Saturtlsv Ni-ht.( 10 Cents)
How to be Uralthy.-
Saturday. 2 p. m. To La4is. f 15 Cents.)
Ht-alth and iseanty "
Mondsy Nicht. Sept 25. do Cents.)
M t rt m on y
In t hi lecture Prof. Windsor will intro
duce several beautiful younir ladies and
, elect busbatdi for tbetn from the au
ilience. Pub:is exam'nation of prominent citi
zen fvtrj uiit'.. producing aatonUh
tnent and rears of lautrhicr.
Thursday N!pl;t. Sept. 06. Free.
Lecture to Men Kniv. Mattimo"V."
lon t ra'a it. AT HOCK INLAND II.
TEL. divine eomrlete iotj on educ
lional. buf loess adaptation cd succes-s.
Personal magnetsm and mrriae.
Uours 1U a. m. to&p. m.
WAR MAY BE AVOIDED
But That la the Least of the Prob
abilities as to England
and the Boers.
JOHN BULL 13 MAKING KO NOISE,
But Is Busy Getting Ready for What
Same Way at the Other tod or the Dlipate
Transvaal and Orange Free State to
Stand or Fall Together Alfred Ilreyfu"
Released from Prison I'nder a Pardon
and on His Way to Somewhere HI
First Word as a Irrs Man Will Con
tinue His Fight for Vindication.
Lonflon, Pr-pt. 21. The Cape Town
corN'spondciit of the Daily Mail saj'6:
'TreMiK-ut Krupor has cabled a strcug
persoual appeal to the queen, beseech
ln her to intervene to prevent blood
shed. It is nbout a column in length
and is intended to scarify the con
sciences of the "unco guid' when pub
lished' London, kept. 21.- Despite all out
ward show of calm Great Britain Is
in practically the same condition today
as was the United States a few weeks
before the opening of the war with
Spain. Beneath the crust of diplo
matic reserve the military otlicials are
working niirht and day, preparing for
the signal to begin hostilities, whether
that comes or not. England is not go
ing to le caught napping any more
than the Transvaal. While Lord Salis
bury is quietly at home iu Hatfield
House, Chamberlain is buried in work
at the colonial otHce, and double forces
at the royal arsenal and dock yards
are straining every nerve to equip and
transport troops to the Cape. It may
be set down for certain that tJreat
Britain will do nothing to precipitate
matters, .and the colonial otlice is far
from admitting that the case is hope
less. Activity at llio War Office.
Meanwhile ' the Marquis of Lans
downe, secretary of state for war, who
returned yesterday from Dublin, has
held long conferences with General
Wolseley. lield marshal, and General
Sir Kvciyu Wood, adjutant general to
the forces, and the activity at head
quarters is reflected iu the contract,
supply and transport departments.
The departure of the British transport
Jelunga for the Mediterranean yester
day with l.li troops, was witnessed
by'a large and enthusiastic crowd. At
Woolwich activity increases daily, es
pecially in the ordnance department,
where Maxil) guns. Lyddite shells, bal
loon, equipments, gas reservoirs, -wagons
for liuieliKlit apparatus. water
carts, ambulances, army wasrons and
other paraphernalia of modern war
fare are being hurried forward.
Other End nf the Line.
Advises from Cape Town are to the
effect that the Afrikanders declare
that the Transvaal will not yield fur
ther, and that if the imperial govern
ment tljes not recede from its present
position war is inevitable. According
to other advices the burghers are rap
idly going into laager. At I'retoria
the interest seems to be centered in
the meeting of the Orange Tree State
volksraad today, which it is hoped
may somewhat suggest a modus
Vivendi that would save the situa
tion. On the other hand advices from
Blo'.'mfoutein announce the arrival
there of a large number of members
of the raad. adding that the result of
the sitting is already agreed upon, as
"the Oranire Free State will throw in
ifs lot with the Transvaal.
ALFRED DRtYllS A FRF.F. MAN.
Released and Given Ills Liberty, at 9
O'clock In ttie Morning.
Paris,' Sept. 21. The Aurore today
publishes the following declaration
from former Captain Dreyfus: "The
government of the republic has given
me my liberty. But liberty is nothing
to me without honor, l-'rom today I
shall continue to seek reparation for
the frightful judicial error of which I
remain the victim. I wish France to
know by a definitive judgment that
1 am innocent. My heart will only be
at rest when there remains not a single
Frenchman who imputes to me the
abominable crime perpetrated by an
other." This is the first word from Captain
Dreyfus as a free man since his con
viction in 1S04. at 3:00 a. m. yesterday
he was released from the military pris
on at llcnnes ami went aboard a train
for Nantes, accompanied by his broth
er Mathieu. immediately. Mine. Irey
fus had left Iiennes previously. No
body saw Dreyfus leave except the
otiicials who released him and his
brother. He was accompanied on the
train by the chief of the secret police,
M. Viguler, and a policeman, besides
his brother and arrived at Nantes at
8:17 a. in. yesterday.
TheDreyfus brothers alighted on the
platform first, followed by M. Viguier,
who inquired if they could have a pri
vate room. A waiter replying iu the
affirmative the brothers entered a room
and ordered two glasses of milk, while
M. Viguier and the policeman re
mained outside in the public bar. In
quiry was then taade concerning the
Bordeaux train, which, they were in
formed, left at .:"8 a. m. All four then
entered a first-class compartment in
which there were already other pas
sensers. It was intended by thus re
fraining from any attempt to secure
privacy to avoid exciting curiosity, and
this apparently succeeded. M. Viguier
and the policeman only went as far as
the first stop. Vertou. whence they re
turned to Nantes, en route for Paris,
leaving the brothers to continue their
The Journal Officiel publishes the
decree granting pardon to Dreyfus.
Marquis de Gallifet. minister of war.
points out that Dreyfus has already
undergone five years deportation, but
that, as the law does cot assimilate his
deportation with seven years" solitary
confinement the prisoner would have
to undergo ten years' detention. The
minister also calls attention to the fact
that the health of the prisoner is seri
ously compromised and that he would
not be able without great danger to
undergo prolonged detention.
The report of the war minister con
cludes thus: "The government will not
have met the wishes of the country,
which desires pacification, if it does
net hasten to efface all traces of the
painful conflict. It belongs to you, M.
le Presideute. by an act of lofty hu
manity, to gftfe the first pledge of the
work of appeasement which opinion
demands and the good of the republic
ODD FELLOWS IX LINE.
Parade at Detroit S-e 4.SOO In the Ranks.
Men aud Women.
Detroit. Sept. 21. For more than an
hour yesterday afternoon 4.500 Odd
Fellows and their sisters of the lieb
Ftllows and their sieters of the Be
hekah order were passing in review be
Grand Sire Cable and Major General
J. I. Ellacott. chief of the grand sires
staff. It was the finest and largest
procession seen hi Detroit since the
great G. A. B. parade in 1S.0. Fully
a score of bands furnished the music.
Street car and other traffic was sus
pended along the line of march, and
the police kept the crowds of specta
tors well back on the sidewalks.
Women of the Rebekah branch rode
in sixty-five carriages with a large
float, illustrating "Rebekah at the
Well." in their midst. The representa
tives to the Sovereign Grand lodge oc
cupied respective carriages designated
by shields hung thereon, bearing the
names of the states the occupants rep
resented. All the states and tiie Can
adian provinces were thus in the line.
When Grand Sire Tiukertou and asso
ciates had finished the review, they en
tered carriages and. escorted by the
Junia Hussars, of Columbus. O.,
brought up the rear of the grand pro
cession. ASSAULT ON A CASHIER
Old Man wltli Assailed nrltli a Hnmiuer
Assailant Shoots Himself.
Chicago, Sept. 21. Frederick J. Fil
bert, the aged cashier of the Palatine
bank twenty-six miles north of Chi
cagois lying close to death as the re
sult of an attack made upon him yes
terday by a young man who gives the
name of Walter I.awton. The latter
Is in the county jail suffering from a
bullet wound iu the abdomen which
w ill probably prove fatal. II. Plaggv,
70 years old. a farmer whose in
tervention at the critical moment pre
vented the outright murder of thecash
ier. is at his homo cut, bruised and dis
abled, as the result of his struggle
1-awtou, who says that Filbert alien
ated the affections of his wife, at
tacked Filbert with a tack-hammer,
pounding him on the head. When
Plague appeared Lawton treated him
the same way. but was thrown to ths
floor. While there Lawton drew a re
volveranl in the struggle shot him
self. Late last night it was announced
that both Filbert aud Lawton would
Ilandsnoie Farm House llurned.
Tlollv. Mich.. Ser.t. 21. The fine
farm house of J. It. Ames, in Grand
Blauc township, burned. Loss, $3,000;
Chicago Grain an.l I'roduee.
Chicago. Sept. CO.
Following- were the quotations on the
Chicago Board of Trade today:
Wheat Open. Ilih. Low. Close.
September ..$ .Tl's $ .71"'s $ .TO-'i $ .71;
December ... .70"'s ."l't .70 .71Vs
S5 .S3i8 .34H
.30' .2y;i .30f,
.22 .22 .22
."22 " H'a .217
.23Vi .23Vs .237
December ... 8.10
7.95 8 02ii
October 5.27i 5.32'A 5.27'. 5.30
December ... 5.35 5 40 5.33 D.ST'.a
January 5.43 5.52Vi 5.45 5.50
October 5.17V4 5.20 5.15 5.17,i
December ... 4.92i- 4.97li 4.92,4 4 S7y3
January 4.97V.. 5.02M; 4.97VA 5.50
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
22c per lb; extra dairy. ISc; packing
stock. 12c. Eggs Fresh stock, 13
per doz. Live poultry Turkeys,
9(&12c per lb; chickens. Pc: springs. 10c;
ducks. 7g8c; geese, $3.50W6.00 per doz.
Potatoes Early Ohio. 30ff33c per bu;
Hebrons. 33$i 35c. Sweet potatoes Jer
seys, JJ.632.90 rer bbl. Apples $1.25
413.00 per bbl. Cranberries Cape Cod,
Vd.005.25 per bbl.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. Sept. 20.
Hogs Ef timated receipts for the day,
30.f00. Sales ranged at $3.704.60 for
pigs. $4.3564.75 for liffht. $4.154.25 for
rough packing, $4. 3054 72'.2 for mixed,
and $4.30'fj 4. 70 for heztvy packing and
Cattle Estimated receipts for the
day. 16.500. Quotations ranged at SR. 40
70 for choice" to extra steers. $5.65
456.25 f'r good to choice do.. $5.10Q5.tij
for fair to good do., J4.6C&3.00 common
to medium do., $4.204.30 butcher'a
steers. $4.50'?i6.25 fed western stsers,
J3.25&4.S0 feeding steers. $2.23(Sf4.30
cows. $3 25fJ5.ro heifers. S2.S0?4 50 bulls
and oxen. $3.75i?i4.75 stags. $3.604.75
Texas steers. $4.00(35.30 grass western
eteers. $3.404.70 western cows and
heifers, and $5.50S.O0 veal calves.
Sheep Estimated receipts for the
day. 16.000. Quotations ranged at $3.40
CQ 50 westerns, $3.CO4.70 natives and
Wheat White cash, 70c asked: red.
71c bid: September, 7ic bid; December,
734c. Corn Cash, 35',jc. Oats 25Vc.
Sprlne lamb Ii.50a3.5a
Bar-Timothy, 17&9: wild, 7.S08.
Straw (4. SO.
Potatot s -Sic
Butter Choice to fair, 1; fresb creamery,
Chickens 7e per pound.
Sprint? chickeos He.
Ducks 7c per pound.
Coal Soft. 10c.
Cattle Butchers pav for corn-fed ateers.
S54c; cows and he.fcrs, 3ttc&4ttc; calves.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind Yon Hare Always Bought
MEMORIALS TO HEROES.
Dedication of Momnments an the Field of
Chattanooga. Tenn.. Sept. 21. .Tudjre
D. B. McCounell. proslilont 0f fju in-diana-Clckainaui;a
presided at the dedicatory exerc:ses of
the monuuicuts of that state at the
park yesterday, and introduced Gov
ernor Mount. The governor, in behalf
of the state, complimented the com
mission on its faithful service to the
state, and said: "I esteem it a signal
honor to stand upon the very spot
where I fought thirty-five years ago as
a commonsoldier.and speak in memory
of the brave men of a great state.
Indiana had more men act
ually engaged in the battle of Chicka
mauga and sustained a greater loss in
killed aud wounded, than the T'nited
States lost on land and sea in defeat
ing the Spanish armies and in destroy
ing their fleet?." .
After this ceremony the monument
to Wilder's brigade was dedicated
The Wilder monument stands lOo feet
tail from base to top of flagstaff. The
base is nineteen feet square and the
main cylindrical shaft sixteen feet in
diameter. The monument is medieval
in c haracter and the most massive anil
imposing in the National Military park.
Itlch Strike of Ore.
riatteville. Wis., Sept. 21. The Lead
and Zine Mining company, of 1'latte
ville, has just struck an eight-inch
sheet of rich black jack, almost pure
ore. The prospects are big and there
is much excitement over the find. This
is the best mining reeion in this sec
tion of Wisconsin, but it has not beeti
worked for years.
Scores oil the Hull Field.
Chicago. Sept. 21. League base ball
scores yesterday were: At New York
rittsburtr 1. New York 5: at Brook
lyn St. Louis 5. Priioklyn 3: at T.alti
morc Cleveland 2, r.altlmore i; at
Philadelphia Cincinnati Philadel
phia 4; at Washington Louisville 4,
Washington 1: (second game) Louis
ville 0. Washington 4; at Boston Wet
Ititrglars Loot an Ottice.
Mesick. Mich.. Sept. .21. The Amort
can Kxpress ottice. located in the store
of J j. J. Tripp, was visited by burglars
aud Slot) taken.
All gradea of refined sugar have
been reduced k cent at New York.
The Standard Oil company will tight
the anti-trust law of Nebraska.
Union tailors in Toledo struck for an
increase of prices on piece work.
A. L. Hobinson. formerly of Chicago,
is reported to have been drowned in
I'lorence Marryat (Mrs. Urancis
Lean), the novelist, is dying at lirigh
Secretary Jago and wife are at Chi
cago for a few days previous to going
There are three cases of small pox
among the soldiers at 1 lie Presidio, the
military post near San l-'rancisco.
The special election at New Lisbon,
Wis., resulted iu fixing the saloon
license at 200 for the coming year.
On the north coast of King Charles
Island, in the arctic, an anchor and a
buoy m;irked "Anilree Polar Expe
dition." have been found.
O. T. Williams has been apointed
judge of the supreme court of Mil
waukee county, Wisconsin, to succeed
the late Judge Sutherland.
None of the cabinet will be present
at I lie New ork Dewey reception, be
cause with the president the members
will meet 'lie admiral at Washington.
Yesterday was Garibaldi day for the
30.i()0 Italians in Chicago. It was tin?
anniversary of Garibaldi's triumphal
entry into Home, and was duly cele
brated. Walter Loew, who had been missing
from his home at Chicago since July,
is dead at Dunning ins;ine asylum. Ilis
relatives learned of his insanity after
Mail advices from Peking report the
sudden and dangerous illness of the
empress dowager, and the accompany
ing report that Li Hung Chang har
been called upon to resume his old
rank and otlice.
Only 400 Rebels at Zauiboang.i.
Manila. Sept. 21. S:30 p. m. Cable
reports from Iloilo concerning the re
sults of General Hate' second trip
among the Pouthern islands indicate
that only about 400 rebels at Znmbo
anga refuse to recognize American
TV reck Kills an Knelneer.
rarkersburg. W. Va.. Sept. 21. Train
No. 3. on the Baltimore and Ohio, due
In Cincinnati at 5:15 p. in., was
wrecked near Petroleum, W. Va. En
gineer William Meyers was killed.
Three postal clerks and three train
men were injured.
Hospital I)strojrail by Fira.
Norfolk. Va., Sept. 21. St. Vincent's
hospital burned this morning. Mrs.
Dolane, a nurse, was badly injured.
All the patients were safely removed
except two, an insane man and a wo
man, who are missing. Loss, Jf2."0,0X.
Kurthquake Shakes a Glacier.
Seattle, Wash.. Sept. 21. News has
been received from Alaska to the ef
fect that the front of the Taku arm
glacier was shattered by a recent
earthquake and that thousands of tons
of ice were precipitated Into the sea.
Declined to Account for the Fond.
Ishpeming. Mich., Sept. 21. Mayor
Neeley yesterday removed City Re
corder .lames Johnson from clerkship
of the water and electric light board,
because of his refusal to give an ac
count of funds In his keeping.
fellow Favar Is Kpraadiogr. - '
Jackson, Miss., Sept. 21. Heports
received ar the board of health otlice
from Mississippi City are not encour
aging. Dr. Gant writes that the fever
has appeared on the outside of the
Gentry Defeat Jam Palclien.
Oklahoma City, O. T.,Sept. 21. John
n. Gentry won the race with Joe
Patehen here yesterday in twostraielit
I'.eatn. The time announced was 2:VJ
Menard County Kepoblieans.
Petersburg. Ills.. Sept. 21. The Men
ard county Kepublicau convention met
in this city and nominated Edward
Johnson for county commissioner.
The Iviml Yon Havo Always
iu uso for over 30 years,
aTV-" , sonal supervision since its infancy.
CCCCU'Z' Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits Imitations and Just-as-otd" are Imfc
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children Experience against Kxperimente
' What Es CASTORIA
Castoria is a. harmless substitute tor Castor Oil, Pare
goric, IJrops ami Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasr.iit. It
contains neither Opium, 2iorphi:io nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea ami Wind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates liio
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural bleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
jr jet SSWs?
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THC CCNTAUR COMPANY, TT
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The Adam's Wall Paper Co 's display of fine
new vall papers surpasses anything they have
ever shown before. A liner line at lower prices
than ever before, Be sure and see the latest
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taining a fund by popular subscription froan
wbicb la o.Tered a
Reward of S2C0
By tbe undersigned aaaociatloo for tbe arret
and conviction of any Incendiary In any of tne
PROPERTY OWNERS KIRK A SSOC1 A TIC N
Kock I! and. ILL
Bonglit, and wliicli lias been
lias borne the sigimtm-o of
lias been made tinder liis per-
MU"MV BTBrtT. fcCW VOF". CITY.
Four Per Cent Paid oa
LA1E2&L 0B F.EAL ESTATE 8E0UBITT
H. S. Cnble, Wm. Wllicmiia
John Cruhaugh, r'LU Mitcheii,
H. I. Hull.. L. Simon, -
E. W. liuius, J M. Uutord V
nollnltors Jaei-son A Hiira
BKHRT A. FABIDON
Estate of 1 "lien Kllis. deceased.
The undersigned. h:ivin f:en appointed
Xfroutorof Lh'; I'tsl will :inl It; 'tHrnent of Kiiim
Kill-, lute of the county of Kock Isl iild,
mate of Illinois. doreuKrd, hereby .'lvs notice
that be will npprnr betore tbe county court of
Koek Isiarul county. :it the county court room.
In tbe city of llock l.):ind. at tiie November
term, on tbe first Monday In November next,
at wbib time all persons bavins clafinq
against said estate are notified and requested
to attend for tbe purpose of having tbe ftamo
adjusted. All peison.t indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment 10
tbe underVKii' d.
1'ated Ibis Stb day of September. A. D. 1SW.
T. H. K1.1.11. Kxecutor.
Estate of Autrust Huesitx, deceased.
Tbe undersigned having neen appointed
executrix of tbe lost will and testa
ment of Auitust HuesinK. late of tbe
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois,
deceased, hereby gives notice that she will
appear before tbe county court of Itoek
Island county at the county court room. In
the city of Rock Island, at tbe November
term, on tbe lirst Monday In Novcr.hcr next,
at wbicb time all perj)-in havlnu claims against
said estate are notified and riui-st:d to at
tend, for tbe purpose of bavin tb same ad
justed. All persons Indebted to uid estate
are requested to make Immediate payment
to tbe undersigned.
bated tbia il.st dav of Angus., A. D. 1809.
Mahii lli.T. i.M. Kxecutrls.
Notice of I inal Settlement.
Kstate of Thomas Shea, derea cd.
I'uolic not Ice is bcr -by jfivcn that the un
dervit:neit. Pierce w-;irie. liis tb.s duv lllcd
bis t:iil report, arid ttlt iiicnt. as such in tbe
count v court of llocl: 1-Mnd county, and that
an order has been entered bv -.aid court upp ov
ing t iie saiO report . 'iijicss objections thereto
or cause to tin: contrary be shown on fir be
fore the i.'l day of .Si id ember. A. 1. IsvU. and
UMn the final approval of said report tbe said
pierce Kearc ill ik for an order of dis
tribution. ar;il a ill aNo aiy lo be discharged.
All persons inlet e-'cii are notified to attend.
IhocK Island. I;-.. ept . 1 '.. IHM.
i-i t.r. k i r.AKK, ivxeculror,
McKkihy & M'.i.Mitr. holielior-i,
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL P.US
Tb'-r ovrrcmft Weknri, Irrrtj-
lai It V safl4 OUlJA'ili,t!lTU.afc VlfX'T
an 'J haniatj put ut m-nviru&-tion."
'itivy . KUe rmvm"
lo firlfl at omn!ibou, aidtiiK dm--l'iinrir
or orfrn and Lady, ho
knowu rvir&iy for wompii -q il
tli'in. i'nt flo tut rm-life Le-'-fm
m. pn-mnr-. pr J-
r.v mni!. ftWttJ fty druirir-
BTOXX CHEMICAL C0ni--iv
Forsale by M. F. Bataaseo, druggUtv '