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TELE ROCK ISLAND AllGUS, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, Ib90.
Republicans go Through the For
mality of Ward Caucuses.
Mob Pat up la the Various Wards to
be Knocked Dowa AmnMnc Iari
dents aad Political Manifestations.
The republican ward caucuses inciden
tal to the approaching municipal and
township election were held in the re
spective voting places throughout the
city last evening. In every single ward
in the city the g. o. p. saw fit to repudi
ate its representative where it had one in
the council, thus showing vry plainly its
disapproval of the course they have taken
in a council whoso record has been estab
lished as the best the city 'ever had. The
republican party therefore has not de
clared itself as in favor of carrying on
ward the progressive march so auspic
iously entered upon by the outgoingcoun
ril. The fate of Aldermen Hampton,
Edwards and Scott, each of whom has
been an enthusiastic advocate and sup
porter of every project and proposition
I lokiog to the improvement of the city,
U an illustration of this fact.
Apart from the contests for the honors
of aldermanic standard bearers, the in
teres', to the caucuses was intense as ap
plied to the choice of delegates to the
city-township convention, the most im
portant duty devolving upon which body
is the nomination of a candidate for that
great political gift offlce township col
lector. The result of the various cau
cuaes shows the delegates to be pretty
badly mixed, and foreshadows a bitter
fight iu the convention as there is noth
ing else by which a trade or compromise
could be affected. The indications point,
however, to Mr. Evans nomination if the
delegates stand by their- colors. The
First ward delegation of seven is for Bla
del, the Second's Dine for Stafford, the
Third's seven for Parsons, while Evans
has seven of the Fourth's, the Fifth's
eight solid, five out of seven of the Sixth's
and Joshua Ilassclquist has the Seventh
The result of the caucuses is appended:
M. C. Frick was elected chairman E.
B. McKown, secretary of the First ward
caucus. The informal ballot for alder
man resulted, Cnarles Bladel 39 II. C.
Shaffer 00. The delegates are W. J
Qahegan, Fred Carlson, Fred Hodges,
John Kohoff, August Peterson, Ous Roc
how, Philip Bladel. The delegates were
instructed fox M. C. Frick for Supervisor,
Dr. O. L. Evster and W. II. Jordan
were the respective chairman and secre
tary of the Second ward caucus. An in
formal ballot for alderman cave John
Crubaugh 41, L. V. Eckhart 10. Al.
Owens 9. Charles Johnson 2, W. T
Channou 2, A. II. Hampton 1, W. B.
Pettit 1 and C. J. W. Sehreiner 1. Mr.
Crubaugh waa then nominaud by seda
tion. The delegates are C. J. Ilarrskill,
W. Ouldenzoph, Geoige Pleasants, J. A.
Faust, W. T. Cbannon. C.E. Johnson
J. F. Munger, S. A. Kerns and A. Rich
ards. THIRD WARD.
in the inim ward Boss Wells was
chairman, and M. Lee Oak, secretary,
Wm.Rincke was nominated for alderman
and a committee composed of E. Fick
incber, James Johnston and II. C. Black-
man, appointed to urge the nomiuee to
run. Delegates were chosen as follows:
C. F. Hemenway. S. S. Hull, E. Fick
enscher, W. S. Knowlton. Charles Rei
ser, James Johnston and Timothy Webb.
In the Fourth ward caucus George E.
Bailey was chairman and H. C. McCon
nell secretary. T. H. Thomas and C. I.
Stoddard discharged the duties of tellers.
A ballot for alderman gave W. P. Tin
dal! 34 votes; C. F. Gaetjer, 13; C. H.
Hansgen, 8.' Mr. Tindall was thereupon
declared the nominee of the convention.
Delegates were selected on ballot as fol
lows: W. A. Norris, J. D. BolIman.John
Trenaman. William Jackson, C. L. Walk
er, 0. M. Loosley, O. E. Bailey and C.
B. Einyon. There was a ripple of ex
cltement when a few proffered ballots
were refused, but otherwise the proceed
ings passed off -vithout incident.
The Fifth ward caucus was jammed.
The republicans were suprised at this,
but they did not give vent to expressions
' of enthusiasm, nevertheless. D. E. Noft-
sker called the assemblage to order, and
Mr. W. B. Ferguson was elected chair
man, and briefly returned thanks for the
honor, which be said, was the highest
the republicans of the Fifth had conferred
upon him for two years. Capt. Robert
Eoehler was made secretary. The
chairman here took occasion to announce
that this was a republican caucus, and
those who were not republicans would
now have an opportunity to retire. There
would be no compulsion, but the room
of those who were not republicans would
be more desired than their company. He
suggested the appointment of a com
jrll'ee on credentials, the placing of the
ballotsbox back ot the table,
and the instruction of the com
mlttee on credentials to guard it
and challenge all who were not entitled
to vote. Maj. Beardsley took exception
to this. The caucus had no right to ap
point a committee on credentials or to
discriminate as to political proclivities
Every man's political credentials were in
Lis bosom in a caucus. A man might be
a republican tod a; and a democrat to
morrow. 1 ou can't judge a man by his
past politics. He favored simply the
appointment of a committee to accept the
ballots and see that each individual voted
but once, but not to question a man s
motiTe or his political preferences. . This
idea prevailed and the chair named as a
committee J. A. Montgomery, Dr. W. T.
Magill and A. C. Dart. Nominations for
alderman were in order and Messrs. Chas
Evans and August Schoessel were placed
. in the field. The ballot was declared
formal one and resulted in 67 votes for
Evans and 26 for Schoessel. The chair
thereupon declared Mr. Eeans the nomis
nee. The result ot the ballot Tor dele
gates to the city-township convention
was the choice of Robert Koehler, Q.
Schneider, J, 0. Gansert, B. F. Knox,
Chas. Oswald. M. Culligan, Frank Col
lins and M. M., Sturgeon.
Several times during the proceedings
the chairman was beard to mutter, "Gra
cious, what a lot of republicans there are
herel" and once or twice he said before
d feci ar ing the ballots closed, "Have all
the republican voted?"
John Reimers ran the Sixth ward cau
cus, and was made chairman for that
purpose. E. M. Wilcox acted as secre
tary. An informal ballot for alderman
gave W. H. Edwards 25 votes, and Wm.
Kennedy 66. Mr. Edwards gave notice
that he would not be a candidate even if
nominated, and therefore, Mr. Kennedy
was declared the unanimous nominee.
Delegates were selected to the city town
ship convention as follows: Wm. Glass
Geo. Evans, Geo. Archer. L. II. Frink,
Chas. Johnson, John Kramer and Conrad
Schneider. There is a great deal
of feeling created over the shelving of
Mr. Edwards who has served the ward
faithfully as alderman for three terms.
and has no doubt proved himself one of
the best men that ever sat in the munici
pal chamber. While he may have dis
pleased some of his constituents at times.
those who have watched his course wil.'
not claim that he has done ii intentionally
He has acted always with courage and
conviction, and has been regarded as one
of the most reliable, able and sincere
members of the council. His treatment
by political manipulators of the ward does
not fall, therefore, with good grace upon
the conservative members of the republi
The Seventh ward caucus was presided
over by II. II. Holland, C. W. Foss being
secretary. The ballot, which was for
mat, nominated Andrew Peterson by 49
votes to 16 for M. E. Sweeney. 10 for W.
W. Scott, 3 for H. II . Holland and 1 for
H. Kircuow. There seemed to be a dis
position against returning Mr. fecott as
his own successor simply because he is a
railroad man. Mr. Scott, however, has
been exceedingly regular in Lis attend
ance upon council meetings and has not
shirked any of his duties because of his
occupation. The delegates are A. W
Williamson, J. P. Bledsoe. L. S McCabe,
C. W. Foss. J. P. Weyerhauser. E II
Ouyer and A. Peterson.
THE WARD COMMITTEEMEN
are: r irst ward, James MeUarvey; Sl-c
ond, C. J. W. Schreintr; Third, James
Johnston; Fourth, Dr. C. B. Kinvon
Fourth, Charles OswaM; Sixth, .limes
Clark; Seventh, H. n. Ilolrand
Josi.in. March IS.
I don't see why the F. hi. B. A should
not bring out candidates to till the town
Mr. and Mrs. George Crompton having
furnished their home, commence house
F. E. Crompton, of Joslin, has two
good work horses for sale, one a mare
nine years of age, the other a horse five
Should prominent republicans who
claim that it is wicked to take politics
into religion, be guilty of talking poli
tics on Sunday the Lord's day?
We do not profess to know what is
going to happen, but there is certainly
very much dissatisfaction with regard to
our present administration at Washing
ton. Miss Clark, whose home is in Sac
county. Iowa, and who has been visiting
with Mr. and Mrs. Hubbart during the
winter. Has decided to extend her visit
Joslin seems to be alive again. Our
blacksmith. Mr. Bender, is again making
his anvil ring as of yore. Farmers can
now get their work done expeditiously
and at very reasonable prices.
That weather prognosticator who has
predicted once more that we are to have
the most destructive storm on rpcord.
ought to be put in jail, and his bread
should be given him and bis water should
Haid one of our citizens this morning:
If Mr. Qes'. Joes not attempt doing
something more than he has done for the
benefit of the farmers, etc., I shIl not
vote for him again. I will vote the uuion
Whenever a prominent republican of
this locality is seen hobnobbing at street
corners a half an hour at a stretch, you
my set it down that there is something
in the wind probably an election in the
the near future.
Of course we cannot predict what will
be the result, but the farmers are certain
ly organizing as they have never done be
fore. If they should still spend their
time in simply theorizing without tak
ing their grievances to the ballot box.
of course, as usual, it will all end in
We see now that Allison is in favor of
a reduction of flte tariff on all over pro
tected articles. We would like to know
what they are doing over protected, and
who is responsible for ilT We wouldn't
be in the least surprised if the republi
cans, as a matter ot expediency, you
know, should bring in a bill that would
call for further reduction than even the
Mills bill. Mdltum in Parvo.
Coal Valley, March 10.
James Reed is just recovering from ar
attack of sickness.
James Murpbv sold two hogs that
weighed over 1,200 pounds.
Tbos. Reed and Mrs. Fred Haigb, of
Cable, are here to visit their folks.
Robert Hannah, of Rural, has sold his
Rob Roy colt to a party in Port Byron
for $275. -
Miss Fannie Freeberg is spending this
week in Moline with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Tillie Martin commenced her
spring term of school at the Park school
house on the 17th.
Wolves are getting plenty. A few
days ago some boys hunting rabbits shot
at one within a mile of town.
Mrs. Wm. Myers is sick and has been
so for five week6. She does not improve,
being prostrated and is in a weak condi
tion. Miss Helen Pryce has returned from
the Geneseo normal, and will commence
school next month near Cambridge, Hen
The St. Patrick ball on the 17th was
well attended. Biehl's band furnished
the music. Some ot the party continued
till a late hour.
Ignatz Yager is getting able to walk
around. He received an injury three
weeks ago at Cable, by falling through
the railroad tressle.
A few deys since R. Quaid broke
through the ice, and had it njt been for
his companions rescuing him, he would
have been drowsed.
Miss Irene Peters will be home soon.
Her winter term of school is through,
She baa a vacation till the first of May,
She teaches in Bureau county.
The city dads are having the sidewalk
running toward the cemetery extended
from where it now terminates to the
bridge by the lumber offlce. ' John Frey
lon is managing t le work.
James Bailey oat a valuable horse
Monday. One of his sons was driving it
in a Cart. The animal took sick as it
came here and dit d in a short time' He
had refused f 140 for it not long 6ince.
The Crown dining hall. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, Is no v ready to furnish you
the best meal in the city for 25 cents.
$50,000 to loan on real estate security,
in sums of $200 sod upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law, Rock Island.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney hi taw.
Makes collections, loans money and wil!
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Office. postoBlce block. Kook Isl
and, Ills. . dK&wly
Earth ft Bal cock. Demists.
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special at.ten
tion paid to saving the nittira! teeth and
inserting teeth witrout plates.
Surety on Bond
Those who are r. quired to eivc boncU
in positions of triut, and who desire to
avoid asking friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to the agent of the
American surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Kock Island, 111.
She, in eveuint toilette "I wnt
coming here toniehi. for I really haven't
anything to weitr." He "And yon seem
to have worn it.
A roan who has jmeli. ed medicine for
forty years mm tit to know salt from su
gar. Read what he says:
Toledo. O.Jan 10. 18S7.
Messrs. F. J. Cheney & Co. Gentle
men: I have bten ii the general practice
of medicine for most forty yours, and
would say that in al my practice and ex
perience have never seen a preparation
that I could prescribe with as much con
fidence of success as I can Hall s Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by you. Have pre'
scribed it a great many times and its ef
feet is wonderful, and would say in con'
elusion that I have vet to find a rase of
catarrh that it wou d not cure, if they
would take it accerd ng to directions.
L L. CoRsucn, M. D..
Office. 215 Summit St.
We will give $1( 0 for any case of
Catarrh that cannot be curel with Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Takea internally.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Props , Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
hen a prohibitionist goes out to
paint the town he dots it in water colors
To Nervoas Mm.
If vou will send me vour address we
will mail you our i lusirated pamphlet
explaining all about Ir- Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic bell tnd appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, aad how tliry will
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and hfnltb. If you are thus alllicted, we
will send you a ltell and appliances on a
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Wait for the hecbivf .
We want to engage the f
services of an energetic
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the Ladies' Home Jour- T
copies, secure the names of
women to whom we can yZ-
mail sample copies, display y-.
posters and otl er adver-
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subscriptions. We offer f
employment that will pay
-si far better than derkships. r-
Send for circulars, illus- i f
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SJ copies and private terms to
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tylle solicits the trade long enjoyed
by his predecessor and its many new
customers as wish to favjr him witb
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That Hood's Sarsaparflla does possess cura
tive power Peculiar to Itself Is conclusively
shown by the wonderful cures it has effected,
unsurpassed In the history of medicine. This
absolute merit it possesses by reason of the
fact that it is rrepared by a Combination,
Proportion and Process Peculiar to Hood's
known to no
and by which the full medicinal power of all the
ingredients used is retained. Hood's Sarsa
parilla Is a highly concentrated extract of Sar
saparilla, Dandelion, Mandrake, Dock, Juni
per Berries, and other well known vegetable
remedies. It has won its way to the leading
place among medicines by lis own Intrinsic
undisputed merit, and has now a larger sale
FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
proveniunt on Eleva'ors. Now in operntton Bt
SIr Kinchins Works, 8338 Hamilton Su Pbilails.
Pa; preserves life and limh; for full portlcnlnrs
apply to KOBT J. WALKEK, Inventor.
W sHlLHtnvn at onre for Illinois and Iowa.
11. Iii-reoll & Co.. Sii aud IfciS Dearborn Si. Chl-
WANTED A KKMABT.E PERSON IN KOOK
Inland and every town in this locality to dis
tribute circulars; for particulars send references
and adilresH. T. N. Crowley, Sitt Main St, lerie
LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at lit r own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Liiy"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr. Cood
li v Medical Institute, South Bend,Ind.
TTTANTKD-AN ML SALESMAN, ON COM
VV mission, for the Lubricating oil trade:
dress to The IieterichsOil
Co., So West
ington St., Chicago. 111.
J. M. BEaKDSLET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Offlce with ,J. T.
worthy, 17"25 Second Avenue.
WILLIAM JAt KSOX,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
National Bunk Building, Kock Island, 111.
B. Tt. SWEENET. C. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER,
Attorneys and counsellors at law
O.Uce in Bengston's block, Kock Island, 111.
McEMRT & McEMKY,
TT1RNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
security, make collections. Reference, M ilch
cll & Lymle. bankers. Office in Postolhca block.
THE DAILY AKblS.
J70R SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
'ERY EVENING at f
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ST. LI RE'S OTTAfiE IIOSriTAL,
ON THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
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PR AD'' ATE OF THE ONTARIO VOTKKNA-
I Vlry colieffe, member of the VeUsr-ary Mediral
j Association, treats all diseases of the domestics
I ten ammnis. cms promptly attenaeu to,
at . v. Tmiiail s nvery Darn;
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
- MASONIC TEMPLE,
Rooms Stf, 87. 29 and S9,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. 1 A.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Successor to Guthrie & Collins)
Plans and estimates fntiished. A specialty
made of fine work. All orders attended to
promptly and satisfaction enaranteed.
tyorticc and shop No. 1818 Third avenue.
F. IT. Mtl.I.KR. Prer-H.
8. V. Smith, Vioe-l'n't.
F- H. Rvas. fW'y.
i. H. Pi D la a, Tniu.
SAFETY DEPOSIT CO.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK BUILDING,
DAVENPORT, - - - IOWA.
ami tire with its
Vaults and Safes.
l ire and
Is now prepared to rent
Safes in its Viiults, with either coinhinatiou. or
key its ks. The hs'ks of these sales are all
different, and under the control of the rrnter.
Kaeh s.ifi contains a tin lx in which to place
valuables Just such accommodations as are
wanted by Administrators, Kxeentors, (iuard
ians, dpitnlists. Married or single Women,
Farmers, Mechanics, Travelimr Men, or
Strangers, having valuables. lYivate retiring
rooms or tin examination of papers, etc..
Safes In till sizes, ranging liiprice, iht annum,
from Three Hollars ut to Thirty IMhirs, ae
ronlin.fr to si. and locution. Also, hioraice.
Room for packages, boxes or trunks. If you
are Koine to travel, this is the only place of al
solutH safety in the three cities lor your sliver
and other valuables. Charge reasonable.
Cull nnd see our Vaults, whether you desire a
bate or not.
M. J. ROTTLFS, Cuxtodian.
The first coal shipped into this market
from Mercer county was from the mines
of It. 13. Ellis in the fall of 1876, and
bence given the name it still bears. It is
well known to be the best sold in the
market, and other merchants have adop
ted the same name and offering an in
ferior article for the genuine. Don't be
deceived, but buy the genuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T. II. Ellis, on
Second avenue, opposite St. Joseph's
church. The office has not been removed,
but is there still, and is the only place in
the market selling the old and genuine
article. Telephone 1036.
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IMPROVEOVrEUCTRiC KIT ARB SUSPENSORT
wKKflNU -"i.7Ti HONKt, Mule tor Ihla apeeine pur.
, Carp ml timwllff H etk
ltn rrrriy, lid, Htk-
pfr, fMllwMM Umiti of KlvrtriettT thrnurh ll WKAK
PARTS. murint them to HK1LTH u4 tlMIKOI HRTBIKUTH.
Bletrte t'urrmt PH iMtaMlly. or we forfeit S6.000 n euh.
BKLT Md ,1opfW rf Ciln a4 Wont nwi rw
MftjmtlT ('or.! io threo monchi. 8ftll naapfalt Pre.
BAHDEfl ELECTRIC CO., iwuutoatT.HICAOB.iU.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholemle Dealers and Importer of
Wines and Lipors,
(removed to new quarter)
Nos. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL. ;..
Impart a Nrilliant tnuiiiparenry to theakin. A,
reaall Diinule. freckles and ilicoloratlona. For
alebj all hroKIdriin(i u, or Dialled tur M eta.
n t r- r - v.islv
r - - .
than any other similar preparation In this
country. If yon have never taken Hood's
Sarsaparilla, a fair trial will convince you of
its excellence and merits. Take it this season.
u I can hardly estimate the benefit received
from using Hood's Sarsaparilla. I -a at summer
I was prostrated for nearly three months, from
of the blood
as I thought.
although my physician treated me for nervous
trouble. This spring the same symptoms re
turned, and 1 concluded to be my own physi
cian, and began using Hood's Sarsaparilla. I
have not lost one day from my work, and feel
like a different person." K. J. Rii.ey. Busi
ness Manager Gazette, St. Clairsville, Ohio.
Hood's Saraaparlllft Is sold bj dragglats. f 1 ; six
for $&. Prepared by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Notice is herehy eiven that on T uc-day the flrnt
day of April, A. D. lri-.K). in the ciiy nf Kock
Inland, an election w ill be held for the following
1TY CWH E, S.
. One Aldcrmnn In the Mrl ward for two yeirs
One Alderman In tbe S co d ward for iwiijri-aro.
One Alderman In the Third ward 'or two yeai.
One Alderman In the Fourth ward for two years.
One Alderman in the Fifth ward for two je.irs
One Aldeiman in the Bixih ward for two yearn.
One i Iderman in the Seventh wurd for two
town trni tus.
One Snperviaor for one year.
Vour Aexitrtant Superviiuin for one year.
One ABceonor for one year.
One Collector for one year.
Three Coiiptablea to fill vacancies for the iibcx
pfred term of four yearn.
Which election will be opened at t o'clock tn
the morning and continue open until 7 o'clock iu
the afternoon of that day.
Citv and Town Clerk.
Da'ed this 8th day of March. 1890.
ST TB OF ILLINOIS, i
Kock Island Codhtt, (
In the Circuit Court of aid county to the January
Catherine Moore, Samuel W. Lincoln. M. V.
Kicharda, Haua Lat'e, M. W. Woodford, L. J.
Bcntrtfton. Burton Malcolm, Jainc F. Mont-
Snnery. Martha Thoman. Konilie t'oryn,
eaire Coryn and Mary J. Macbeth.
W. B. Bm field, Reuben Wcllo. The Vnknown
Heira-at-law of Jih I Wells, deceased, Denui
Warren, William A. JCoun, Laura A. Noor-e,
Jane M. Weatherhead, Kliza Italieock, Kit nice
L. Mill, Loul J. Bryant and Antonelte Henry
Affidavit of the non-re-ltlcneo of the cald W. B.
RurtWId, Kenhen Wello and Iyui-a J. Brynnt. and
that the heir at law of Joel Wells, deceased, are
unknown and made partiee aa the unknown heir
at law of Joel Well, deceased, tmviiu: been Bled
In the clerk's office of the circuit court of Kock
Island county, 1aie of Illinois, notice Is therefore
Here By given to tne aia non-rt cm cut uetendant.
and unknown heir of Joel Wells, deceased,
that the complainant filed their hill of comp aim
in aid court en the chancery rile thereof on the
27th day of November, lsStt. and thai thereupon
ummon issued out of sa'd conrt, wherein haid
uit Is row pendini;, retiiniahle on the first Men
day in the mouth of January next, a is ly luw
Now, nnlem you. the aid non-reident defen
dant above named, and the unknown h, i: at law
of Joel Wells, deceased, shall personally tie and
appear oetore am circuit court on tne first ilay
of ibe next May term thereof, to be holden al It.x k
Island tn and for atd coui.tv, on the first Mon
day iu May next, and plead, aisver or de
mur to the said eomidainant's bill of complaint
ana the same and the matters anil tntnps lUere-
ln charped and stated will be taken a con
fessed, and a decree entered agaiust yon accord
lutr to the prayer of said bill.
Kock island. 111., TVcembcr, Ss. ls9.
(iEO. W. tiAMHI.K.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
W. R.Moork ahdGttck 4 jwKNi:T,Molicilrs
Bv virtue of special execution and f, e bill No,
27 is-ned ont of ihc clerk's office of the counly
court or if oca island county, and state ot jiniioi-
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded V
make the amount of a certain judgment r cently
obtained against Clarissa C. Uopes. admtnistra
trix ot the estate of John Bnpes, deceased In favor
of John Peeu, administrator of tne etitle of
Bailey Davenport. dec asea, ont of the hinds,
tenements, poods and chattels of the said defend
ant. Clarissa C. Booes. admiristrntrix or the es
tafi of John Bope. deceased. I have levied upon
tne ioiiowing proeriy, to wn:
One sorrel horse six years old, one bav hor
twelve years old, one brindle Cow six yr&rs old
one black and white cow six vears old. 1 two vear
old hud. one yellow cow three vears old, one hnti'
dred and fifty (1SU) bushels of oats, sixty (HOI tons
of hay, one McCornnck eir limner, one hmpire
mower. two farm aeons, one sprine wapon, one
hay raiee, one set bob sleds, two sets double hsr
lies, one set single harness, two stittihle plows
two cultivators, thirteen hundred (1-00) bushels
of corn and eight (8) hupi.
Therefore, according to aid command. I shall
expwc for sale, at pub ic auction, nil the riTllt,
title and interest of the above named Clarissa
C. Bope. administratrix, etc . In and the shove
described property, on Tuesday the 1st day of
April, 180. at 10 o'clock a. m. on the farm of
Bailey Davenport, near Mill creek, one mile east
of Milan, in the county of Kock Island and state of
Illinois, for cash in haud.to satisfy said execution
and fee bill.
Dated at Rock Island, this 20 h da of March
A. D 1;W0. T. . 81LVIS,
Sheriff of Rock Island county. Illinois.
RTATR fV Tl.I.TNnia
KOOK ISLAND COUNTT, I
In the Circuit Conrt, to "the May Term lsao.
Ida W. Lnndy v William H. Luntiy In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of William II. Lun
dy, the above defendant, having been filed in the
clerk's office of the Circuit court of said county,
notioe I therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant filed bet
bill of complaint in Raid conrt, on the chancery
side thereor. on the Eleventh day of March. lKfl:.
and that thereupon a summon tsned out of snid
Court, wherein said suit is now pending, returna
ble on the first Monday iu the month of May next,
as 1 by law required.
Now, unless you, the said non-resident defen
dant above named, William IL Lundy. shall pur
sonally be and appear before said Circuit Court,
on the first day of the next term thereof, to be
holdea at Rock Island In and for the sa'd county,
on the first Monday in May next, aud plead,
answer or demur to tbe said complainant's hl .l of
complaint, the same and the matters and things
therein charged and stated will be tsken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing to tbe prayer of said bill.
GEOKUE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Hock Island. III.. March 11th, IB'.iO.
Jackson Jt Hurst, Compt's Sol .
Estate of Alice F. Webber, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of A lice K. Webber, late
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that he will appear
before the county court of Rock Island county, at
the office or the clerk of said court, in the citv ot
Rock Island, at the May term, on the first
Monday in May next, at which time all
person having claim against Raid estate are no
tified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having tbe same adiusted. All persons indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undernamed.
Dated this Kith day of February, A. I. 1390.
T. A. MURPHY.
feb 25-d4w Administrator.
Estate of James XcKeever, deceased.
Tbe undersigned, having been appointed ex
ecutrix ot the last will and testament of Janie
McKeever, late of the county of Rock Island, stite
of Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that she
will appear before the county conrt or Rook Isl
and county, at the offlce of the clerk ot !d
oourt, inthe city of Kock Island, at the June
term, on the First Monday in June next, at
which time all person having claim against
aid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All person indebted to said estate are re-
3ueated to make immediate payment to tbe Un
erslgoed. Dated this 30th day of March, A. D.. 1890.
ANN MoKEEVEtt, Executrix.
Notice la hereby given, that the nnderslgned
has been appointed assignee of Abrara Lorb, and
all persona holding any c'aira or claims against
said A brain Loeb are hereby notified to present
the same to tlm under oath or affirmation within
three month from this date, whether said claim
are due or not. All persons indebted to said as
signor are requested to make prompt payment of
Sated December 4th. 1889. y
HENRY P. HULL, Assignee.
COB. WASH, ft 8d AVE. 8.
From 90 years' experience in Hos
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HOURS: 10 a. m. to It m., to a and 7 to 8 p.m.
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(Late of Cincinnati, OhioJ
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Being a graduate of two of the be?t Meiitcal col
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The Doctor will tie glsd to see all those who are
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W. Ttiir.t Street, near Main,
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WHITE OR SLACK HEAR8E.
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Addres U. W. Rock Island, I'.la.
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W All kinds of drink a well as Ale and Torter, and the well known drink "Half and "alf," tfie
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Buford's Block, Second ave , Rock Island.
C7Cleaoing and repairing done neatly and cheaply.
CARPENTER Jm BUILDER,
Oflice and Shop No. 309 Eighteenth street.
t3TPUrjs drawn and estimates furnished.
J. t. dixojn;
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1706 Second Avenue.
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No. 1707 Second avenue, Kock Island.
Proprietor of Brady Street
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One Block North of Central Prk
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-A conidfl stuck of-
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1712 First Avk .
Rock Island. Illinois
Telephone 1148. Kesidetce Telephone 1(0.
Kcck Island, III.
LOWERS consubtly on hand.
408 Brady 8ireet