Newspaper Page Text
THE BOCK ISLAND AKGUS, FRIDAY, APlilL 4, JL&90.
i; I L- J
I f t:--4
to i:: V
FINISHING THE FAST.
The Solemn Lenten Season on the
The IwprtMlve Inpar-tanre f weed
Friday ta the Jyfal4ljralfleaaee af
This U Good Friday, the last solemn
event in the long season of fasting and
penitence, commonly known u lent. It
co mm orates the crucifixion of the Son of
Man.&nd is a day of impressive aolmenity
In the Roman Catholic and Protestant
Episcopal churches. St. John's ac
count is read on Good Friday in
all churches, and as he was the
only trance list presentat the awful
scenes commemorated, the account
is peculiarly appropriate. It has been
the custom of the Catholic church to ab
stain from celebrating mass on Good Fri
day, from the fact that it is the mourning
f?ay of the year, and the mass has always
been regarded as a joyful and consolatory
acjt. .But in order to show forth in some
manner the death of our Lord on the
great anniversary of his atonement, two
hosts are consecrated Thursday, and the
one placed in the repository for
the adoration of the faithful is brought
back to the alter and there consumed. In
1 rinity church there was a three hour's
continous service, from 12 until 3, con
dueled by Rev. R. F. Sweet, the rector,
The ceremonies of Doly Saturday
breathe joy and consolation. The alters
of the different churches have this day a
more cheerful appearance; the resurrec
tion is celebrated and the ornaments of
the alter are a sien of spiritual joy and
exultation at this event. The blessing
of the new fire has a deep significance,
The Roman missal prescribes that lire
new fire be struck from flint, which sig
nafies Christ the spiritual rock. The
candles of the church are from this fire
lighted to exhibit the progress through
the world of that fire Christ came to cast
upon the earth.
Sunday will be Easter, the celebration
of the resurrection. Easter is ever an
evangel. Its annual occurrence is a ben
ediction as well as a promise acd a lesson
The winter is over and gone, and has
given place to the season of buds and
blossoms. It ushers in the spring with
a'l that this resurrection of the flowers
means to aspiring minds. The Christian
church would be widowed indeed, were
there no Easter in its festivals among its
days of remembrance and anticipation.
The services in the churches at Christmas
would be dirges were there no Easter
lilies, no anthems of tbe risen Master, no
stones rolled away from the sepulcbers of
the hopes of the race." The changed lives
that have come to the world through the
fact which the exercises of today com
memorate, have been an inspiration and
an abounding hope to tbe race. The day
appeals to all. whether thmte of the
broader interpretation, and may become
to all helpful end-cheering, a gleam of
brightness across a dim and dreary vista.
or a light from a city celestial. Let it be
observed in the happiest strain and frame
by all, for surely it means the beginning
of tbe seed time of good in every depart
ment of tbe spiritual as well as the nat
A telephone has been put in tbe Dia-
mond Jo warehouse.
Capt. Wash Eight, tbe rapids pilot,
Robinson Crusoe like, is looking for a
The Libbie Conger, of the Diamond Jo
fleet, will be bere Sunday in charge of
The Verne Swain keeps a whirlpool
stirred up between here and Clinton. She
. is a bustler this season.
Tbe Pittsburg, Capt. Killeen's flagship
of the Jo line, was launched from the
Dubuque ways Wednesday.
Tbe Sidney leaver Dubuque Sunday
for St. Louis in charge of Capt. Bos
land. She will be the first packet below
hero this year.
A new packet, the Fernand Ilerold, is
being constructed by the iron works at
Dubuque for the Cherokee Packet Co.,
of St. Louis, for service between the latter
city and Memphis. It will be completed
and launched some time in May. It is to
be 245 feet long.
Inspectors Monaban and Chalk, of tbe
Dulnth district, inspectors of boilers and
bulls of steamers. are inspecting all steam
era along the river between here and
Clinton. They are acting in the Galena
district till the bonds of the newly ap
pointed inspectors are approved.
the Muscatine Aetei says of the new
-device brought out there last season by a
The owners of tbe feather wheel are
feeling confident that tbeir invention will
meet with popular favor amone practical
steamboat men, as quite a number of
them have inquired into its merits and are
bign in their praise of tbe same. The
wheel, since its first test on tbe Silver
Crescent at Dubuque last summer, has
Deea greatly improved, ita weight being
reduced nearly one-third, while its dura
bility and strength remain unimpaired.
ine proprietors have offered the inven
tion to one of tbe largest steamboat com
panies on the river, and the prospects are
favorable for the acceptance of tbeir
terms. If present negotiations do ter
minate successfully, as is confidently an
ticipated, this Muscatine invention will
be plying the Mississippi at a lively rate
Derore me approaching season of naviga
Maaae ttpnelal Offerlnc at the "Why
, -Boys knee pants suits, 65c, 98c, $ 1.20
ana i. vo
Boys' shirt waists, 7c, 22c and 25c.
Boys' star shirt waist, lanndried. 5rte
Boys' and girls' bloases, 31)c, 48c, 65c
Boys' knee pants, 8c, 16c, 25c, 83c,and
Boys' hats 19c, 25c, ESc and 46c
Boys' working shirts older boys 25c
Boys' long pants suits. 12.50.
Boys' long pants, 46c. 65c, 75c and
Barney McGuire. aged eighty-five.who
has been in prison thirty-five years of
his lire, pleaded guUty in Rochester to
larceny, saying he had no home or
friends and wanted to go to prison for
life. The judge gave the old man a
fourteen months' sentence to Auburn. 1
WHAT THE LAW-SAYS.
CMatatwry Prwvlsiaa tr Direct
term f Tawaahln Hapervtaara, Coaa
msslaaers of Highways amd Schawl
There Is a law on the statute books
which is very often violated, and for
which violation severe penalty is pro
vided. It pertains to township super
visors, commissioners of highways and
school treasurers, and the attontion
of such officers in Rock Island county is
called to it as follows:
An act to require officers having in their
custody public funds to prepare and
publish an annual statement of the re
ceipt and disbursement of such funds.
Approved May 30. 1881. In force
Suction 9. Annual statements of re
ceipts and disbursements by county and
town officers. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the
people of tbe state of Illinois, represented
in the general assembly. That each and
every public officer, elected or appointed,
of each and every county and township
in this state, who shall, by virtue of his
or her office, have the custody of public
funds, shall, at the expiration ot each
fiscal jesr. prepare a statement of the
amount of public funds received and ex
pended by him or her during the fiscal
year just closed; which statement shall
show tbe amount of public funds, if any,
on hand at the commencement of said
fiscal year, the amount of public funds
received, and from what sources received,
the amount of public funds expended,
and for what purposes expended; and the
officer making such statement shall sub
scribe and swear to the same before
some person authorized to administer
oaths; and such officer shall cause such
statement to be published in some news
paper published in the county in which
such officer holds his or her office, for
one week; and if no newspaper be pub
lished in such county, then such officer
shall make three (3) written copies of
such statement, and post them in three
(3) of the most public places nearest to
the location of his or her office: Provid
ed, that the provisions of this act shall
not apply to sheriffs, circuit clerks,county
clerks, county recorders, county superin
tendent of schools, county treasurers,
county collectors and township collectors.
in connttes under township organization
And, provided, further, that the cost for
tbe publication of Slid statement shall
not exceed the sum of one dollar (fl) per
one hundred words, to be paid out of the
funds in the hands of the officer making
such statement: And, provided, further,
tnat such public officer shall not be re
quired to have said statement published
it he shall be unable to procure such pub
lication at the price allowpd by this act
Sec. 10. Penalty for neglect or refusal
Sec. 2. Any public officer of any county
or township in this state, who, by virtue
oi lis or her office, shall have the cuato
dy of public funds, and who shall refuse
or neglect to comply wir the provisions
ot the nrst section of this act. shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof, shall be fined
not less than fifty dollars ($5i) nor more
than five hundred dollars (f 5CU) at the
discretion or the court, which fine shall
be paid into the treasury of the county or
township in which the officer convicted
of said misdemeanor shall hold his or her
office; and it shall be the duty of the
state's attorney for tbe county in which
said misdemeanor is committed to bnn
suit against any public officer charged
with the violation of tbe provisions of
this act in any court having jurisdiction
EDonroTON. April 3
Mrs. M. Bosold, who has been ill all
winter, is recovering.
The mumps, measles and grip are still
lingering in the neighborhood.
Dr. Scett has a great deal of practice
nowoays. He is very much liked by all
Quite a number of people have com
menced sowing oats in our neighborhood
Air. . Davis family have the d:ph
thena. They are getting along nicely
Miss Lina Kane, of Rock Island, will
teach she loung school the coming
Mr. Miles Joyce's mother-in-law has
been very ill with the grip, but she is im
Everything bad begun to look ouite
fresh and green until that terror of a
snow storm came.
Mr. Marshall Davis is seriously ill with
me grip and other- ailments. lie is not
expected to recoyer.
John Sbeaban, of Mason City, has
come to work for his uncle, Daniel Shea
ban, tbe coming year.
No XTmk1 to Saw.
First Tramt L't"s go in this Ijous; and
ask for a meal.
hecn.l Tramj' u hv not the other
rirstTrarup Brrause in this house
they use nothing but oil stoves. Mun-
s y s vV efckly.
A Lumbering Jnke.
T . i . ri i ...
now n im iiUh vour new
Dazzle Worst I've Ktruck yet. The
pudding today tasted like sawdust.
Kazzle Well, sawdust w very fine
board, I'm sure: Exchange.
A Youthful Financier
"Say, mamma, how much am I worth?"
"You are worth a million to me, my
"Say, mamma, couldn't you
twenty-five cents?" Exchuuge.
M early morning 1 rriner Brown
Iliid lia.-rti'iitd from tbe door;
Bn fact- van darken' d with a frowu
Tliut oft bad sliom- l;fore.
"it s bard," said hn, "U keep things straight)
LaKt -j upMiny twafin t .
Confound that mlwr lil.' old gate!
What make it Bag ao low "'
And bonny Kate, a. Uuinty Bight.
Stood m ill, demure end uhj ;
The houoe dog, who hail harked all night,
Half cloned a kne ine eye;
The uwaliow, chuckl'-i, told bis mate
Of chat 'neath star beam glow;
And Farmer Brown Raid, "Drat that gate'
What makes It Bag so low?"
The Ability to Bear Fain
Is tbe test of fortitude amone the In
dian tribes. But we defy any Cherokee,
Sioux or Comanche to endure the twinge
of rheumatism without wincing. These
indeed, are slight at first, but grow in in
tensity Hutu tbey become unbearable
No malady is more obstinate in its ma
turity tbau that which gives rise to them
The more need then of attacking it at
the outset. Foremost among remedies
for it is llostetter's Stomach Bitters.
safer and infinitely more effective than
calcbium, veratrum and nux vomica, all
remedies which might prove destructive
of life in a slightly excessive dose. Min
eral depurents, also, when not positively
uiiscuievous, are iar inrcrior in remedial
power to this salutary botanic medicinn.
It entirely expels from tbe blood tbe
send impurities which originate tbe dis
ease, and enriches as well as cleanses it.
Constipation, liver complaint, dyspepsia
and other nlments also give way to it.
The "Way's" prices are unquestionably
tbe lowest on fine children's clothing
A slot machine in England tells one's
fortune whtn he drops In a penny.
WEDDED FOR PELF.
A Thrifty Briton's Matrimonial
IT NETS HIM A WIPE AND FORTUNE
With the Added Bleuing i a Spoae
with Plenty of Kxperl-ne The Insa
tiate Young- Operator in tie Conjugal
Market Wants the Earth. HoweTer
Desperation of a Damsel Who Loved
False and Pickle Waiter.
Chicago, April 3. A very s rang story
was told Judge Collins yuster lay morning
in the suit of El E. Hntton to recover cer
tain money from his step-ton, H. V.
Kingsbury. Hntton's wife, in whon inter
est the suit is really lrotight, b is been four
times mai-riod, an 1 hi-r iast matrimonial
venture cost her tOU.OiN), btr tttornty de
clared. Her first bustnd was A. R. Kings
bury. Kingsbury died, ami the widow mar
ried Gen. LawreDCa A sensational divorce
suit followe I, and Mrs. 1mm r'nce lound
herself ontv more frew. Her third choice
was a Mr. Vauden Nest. Sot.i aahi the
much-tnarrioJ lady was divor-.-ed, and kUo
started out to secure lu-r fourth liuvlwnd.
Number Four Comes A loll)-.
She found hiin. He was i, she was 4".
He was an Kn(;tshiiian, baud iue, and of
the good, old stock of Huttons, t hough there
nasu't much health in the family to ImwsI
it. The maimer of the then Mrs. Vauden
Nest's meeting and suta-.-qiieiit marriage to
Hut ton was roiiaiitic, to y Ui" least. Her
n, young V. H. Kingsbury, nml HuUon
were college-males KiugsUury tixik Hut
ton home i:h him. an i imi-oUu l the Eng
liaumau to Mrs. Vandi-n Nest.
He Know a Uooil Thing.
Although old enough to lie Hut ton's
mother, Mrs. Vanden Not fell violently in
love with Hutton and. it is all. ged, offered
the young man fc20d,)tlJ worth f property
in Chicago if he would wed h r. Huitou,
beiug jxKir, accepted, andniie to were mar
ried srretly and the sou, young Kinpbury
did not learu of the strnue ccitii.-ir& until
two months later, when Mr. and Mrs. Hut
ton wer remarried publicly lua son
threatened toraisj a terrible, row, Tut he
did not. Tne attorneys for iirs. Hutt.m
said they would prove that the transfer oi
t'iiiO.flOO of property by Mrs. H itum to hfr
husband was in reality for a valuable, con
sidi-ration, although it was dom simply be
cause Hutton consented to be ninrrii I.
Sning for the Son's 840 OOO.
nen tne son was a child bis mother was
appointed guardian of his property, the
amount being about f-4 i.OUo. Liter another
guardian was appointe L Mrs. Hutton still
has her son's interest in her poss. ssiou, how
ever, and her husband's suit against the son
is to knock our young Kingsbury's title to
the amount. Kingsbury is quite wealthy,
owning the Olympic theatre and other prvp
BOUND TO KILL HERSELF.
A Pretty Chicago Girl Make Soma Rash
Chicago, April S. Pretty Julia Healey
lived with her parents in this c ty, and as
th.jy were poor she went to Tork in the
hiie Swnn laundry, under tie Fliei man
house. She was one oS the laundry giris
for a long time, nnd wliil employed in the
White Swan matfe the acqtriintan.-e of a
waiter. He was quite a pretty man, and
carried n ui.sh of huuiaiiii eg;s w i:.u peculiar
grav. U . l.iv -at first .sulit. aad love for
all tune, so far as Juiia was i: -u - -r.ie I, but
With the w.ii e;- il wits but a pss..i:i,T f:ncy,
and Julia was weak. The end of happiness
for Juba Came whan the waiter d .;rtoJ
She Ituvn "KoorIi on ltalx."
Tues lay evening Julia cum 3 Oowu town
with h -r mother and sister, but got nway
froin them w ui.ein a crowd. Ha.f an hour
later she purchased a box of Rough on
Rats" in Hale's drug store. Two philan
thropic gentlemen saw her U ying the
poison and stO,p-l b.r on the strft uutsido
"Follow m and I'll shoot y ii."s i sai l.
"I won't give up this box to any on-i It's
none of your business what ii it in it."
The gentlemen, however, took ber to the
central station, where Lieut CI irk ques
tioned hA- until she toid her aid st ry.
Her mother and sister were nen-. fof and
went to the station within ap hou-. Every
effort waa made to get bcr to pron is3 not to
kill herself, hoc she persists I in 1e.?!arin
that she was tired of life and ra ly to din. ;
Yesterday morning r.lie was t it; -n b -fore j
Justice Bradwell and sunt to the buseot
correction to serve a f50 fine. This was done
merely to keep her from carrying; out her
"How old are you.'" asked the justice.
"1 don't know whether I am is i r 1!," she
replied, "biid I uVm't think it will make any
difference, for I'll die uist as quid, mi mat
ter what my age is."
State of Ohio, City ok Toledo,
LrcAS CorxjT. (
Frank J. Cheney makes oath t lat he is
the senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city
of Toledo, county and stale aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sun of one
hundred dollars for each and every esse
of catarrh that cannot be cured by the
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cdkney.
Sworn to In-fore me and subst ribed in
my presence, this 6th dsy of Dicembcr,
A. D.. 188G.
- I A. W. Gl.EAcON,
seal Notary P iblic.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken infernally
and acts directly upon the blond and
mucous surfaces of the svstem. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co.. Prnns.. Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists. 76c.
Prince Albert suits Jn light i id dark
snaaes at the "Why" Davenport.
Horseflesh is said to be the wont thintr
in tbe world to ejve people tbe night
The liest on eartn can truly 1 sail of
ungg s blycenne Halve, which is a sure.
safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises
scalds, burns, wounds and oihe r sores.
Will positively cure piles, letter and
other skin eruptions. Try this wonder
healer. Satisfaction guarantee or
money refunded. Only 25c. (told by
Tasty knit suits at the
Will be received at the citv clerk's office.
Rock Island, III., nntil 5 p. m.. J pril 7.
1890, for the moving of tbe electric light
tower, corner of Second avenue and 8ev
en teen th street south across tbe street, a
distance of 100 feet, more or lest . By
urner or ine committee on nre and light.
Confirmation suits at all orices at the
In the pursuit of tbe gooa thin srs of
his world we anticipate . too muc'i; we
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. Tbe results obtained from tie Me
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far t xceed
all claims. It cures dyspepsia, at d all
stomach, liver, kidney and b adder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appntizer,
blood purifier, a sure care for agw and
malarial diseases. Price. 60 rents, of
Jamaica is in tbe field already wi h her
invatitations for the International Colum
bian exhibition, to open Jan. 1. 1891.
The display of Columbian relics of im
portance will probably be very great.
Something new boys' and girls
pleated kilt skirts at the "Why." D iven
port . i
The Crown dining ball. No. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, is now 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 and upward, at lowest
current rates of interest, without com
mission. . W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
Surety on Bonds.
Those who are required to give bonds
in positions of trust, 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,
Rock Island, 111.
Men's working shirts 25c to 29c at the
To SetVGas Dtbiluated Un.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic lwlt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afhVted. we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Jersey blouses for either boys or girls
at the ' Why," Davenport.
The usual treatment of catarrh is very
unsatisfactory, as thousands of despair
ing patients can testify. A trustworthy
medical writer says: "Proper local
treatment is positively necessary to suo
cess, but most of the remedies in general
use by physicians afford but temporary
henetit. A cure cannot be expected
from fnuffs. powders, douches and
washes." Ely's Cream Balm is a reme
dy which comtiines the important rr
quisites of quick acMon, specific curative
Mwer with pt rfect safely and pleasant
ness to the patient.
Stupendous offerings in boys' clothing
at th "Vhy."Davenpor?.
i heap Ica-
Ilotels, batchers, saloons, groceries
and restaurants, 25 cents per 100 pounds.
Families taking 20 pounds daily, $2 50
per month; families taking 10 pounds
daily, $1 75 per tnnnlh; over 20 pounds,
35 cents i-r UK) pound3.
Pure Sylvan ice. Telephone 1068.
OffW. Third avenue between Twenty
second and Twenty-third streets.
. Wm Hcbf.rs.
Boys' nobby jersey suits at the "Why,"
When lips receive a rosy flush.
And teeth become a darzling white,
Beneith the efforts of the brush.
When SozmJont is used aright;
The mouth becomes sweet, pure and
And the frcs'j breath an odorous charm.
I like my wife to ue Pozzoni's Com
plexion Powder because it improves her
looks and h as fragrant as violets.
WIIYi YOUR LITER
IS OUT OF ORD
Ton Trfn have, KICK TTE ADA CUES, TAIKS
JN THE SITE. DYSPEPSIA. POOR APPE.
TITE.foel listless and nnal.ie to tret thronsrh
your daily work or social enjoyment. Life
will be av burden to you
trill nrre yon, h-iv th POISON out of
your system, and make yon stronc and well.
Tbey cost only 5 c-it n 1mx and may save
foor life. Can bo iiad at any Drag Store.
J-Bewareof Cocstcefeits made In L Loul&fS
- Perfumes the Breath. Ask for it.
FLEMING BROS.. - Pittsburgh, Pa,
or exrhanurd. Moni-y loaned or FuruiU
ston d al j3 EM Second ftrt-ct, Davenport.
A UKNTS- LATEST NOVELTY IS HITCH
lug Devires, no linots to tie (self-lock I
l.reat im-eitinn, l.MI sold In one dav. wanted a
party with fMu to control the entire state of Illi-
"" t. MI.BBT, Vuiucy, III.
FOR SALE VAl.L'AHLE PATENT im
provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star Finishing- Works, 9B35 Hamilton tiu, Philada.
Pa; preserves life and limh; fur full ponicolars
apply to JIOHT J. WALKElt, luventor.
WANTED A LA UY SOLICITOR FOR ROCK
Inland ion Moline: fair salary, en-ri-e ir
workers and tciic!y employment. Addrex No
IS rare of A Bum. S4 bt
WANTED FIRST-CLASS TRAVELING
saleKmen at onee for Illinois aid 1na. D.
U. Inpersoll A Co., 0J3 and . Dearborn St. Ctil
cago. III. feh-ar
WANTED A KKL1AB1.E PERSON IN ROCK
Inland and every town In this locality todia
tribiitr cirrnlarx; for particular fend references
and addres, T. N. Crow icy, &16 Main St , Terre
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Hranch office, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific '-tiranee Lily"; a splendid
opiwrtnnity; address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Insiitutc, South Iten.l, Ind.
TTTANTKD AN OIL SALESMAN, ON COM
tw niiHMion. for the Lnhric.it Ine oil trade:
dress to The Dietericlis Oil Co., SO West
iuiuii l uicago. ill.
J. M. BEAKDSLEY,
TTORNEY AT LA W Office with J.
L worthy, Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Hank Building, Rock Island, 111.
a.u. SWEIHIT. O.L.VtUIL
SWEENEY k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Horace in riengston s block, Kock Island, I1L
McEMRY & McENJEl',
A TTORNKY'S AT LAW Loan money on (rood
a nt-i uruy, mane collections, Kererence, Mitch'
ell A Lynde, bankers. Office in PostoOIca block
THE DAILY Ally US.
FOR BALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton'a
News Stand. Five cents per copy.
ST. LUKE'S 0TTA(JE HOSPITAL,
ip third avenue, between Tenth and
' Eleventh streets.
DPw J. D. RUTHERFORD, Y. S.
b. r. t. . a.
rjItADnATE OP THE ONTARIO VETKRNA-
ury couece. member of the VeLernarv arii!
Association, treats all diseases of the domestica
tea animals. Calls promptly attended to. Office
at v . r. 'j'lnaau a llverv barn: Ki dvnu. Ru-t
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Boccesiior to Guthrie & ColllnK)
Contractor a Builder.
Plans and estimates furnished. A specialty
made of fine work. All orders attended to
promptly and satiof act ion guaranteed.
t3P"O0ice and loop No. 1818 Third avenue.
JVM. 0. KULP, 0, D.S.
: s OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms 36, 27, 28 and 29,
Take Elevator. , DAVENPORT, IA.
I (JHANCERYNOTTCE. .
STATE OF IlLWOIS,
Boca Islavd Comre t,
In the Circuit Court to the May term, 1990.
Honltoa Knowlee Jennie at. Gallagher, John K.
Nile. Angelia M. N. Carpenter and Martha C.
John M. Gould, Alfred William aad Charles R.
Atniworth, exeentors of tbe last will and testa
ment of Robert Knowlea. deceased, John 8.
Gillmore and James W. Atklneon. executor of
the last will and testament ot Ann Maria K. 8.
Knowlea, deceaaed, Charles L. Morgan, Chicago
Theokxrical Seminary, an Illinois corporation,
Illinois Home Misofiiiary Society, an Illinois
corporation. Port Byron Academy, an Illinois
corporation, Tonne Men's Cbi istian Associa
tion of Moltne, Illinois, an Illinois corpora
tion, Soratio N. P. Small. Martha E. Wagenrr,
Hstt.e M. fcmall. Genie 8. Small. Mamie B.
Small, James Grant Small. Charles H. Loot,
Jane 8. Atkinson, Charles H. Deere and Pitt
Affidavit having been filed In the office of the
clerk of said Circuit court that the satil defen
dants, Horatio N. P. 8mal., Martha E. Waatner,
Hattte at. Small, James Grant Small, Charles U
L"nt and Pitt Emory are non-residents, and each
of them is a non-resident of said state of Illinois,
notice is therefore hereby given that tbe said com
plainants tiled their bill of complaint in a d
court, on the chancery side theieof, on the 2Mb
day of March, A. D. 1890. and thereupon a earn.
mons irsned oat of said eonrC in said ranse re
turnable on the first Monday In May, ISSO, next,
as is by law required, the same being tbe first day
of the next succeeding term of said eonrt.
Now. nnless you. the raid non resident drfen
dants above named, and eacb of yon, rball per
sonally be and appear before said conrt on said
first Monday in May, 1390. next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said bill of complaint, the
same and the matters and thing therein charged
and stated will be taken as confessed by and
aeainat you and aneb of yoa aa do not appear as
aforeoaid. aad a decree entered againai yoa ac
cording to the prayer of said bill
Rock Island, III., March S&, lt0.
GKO. YV. MAMKLE.
Clerk of Circuit Conrt.
El-okkb Lfwis and Adaih Pleasants, Com
STATK OP ILLINOIS, I
Rora Island Copittt, f M
In the Ctrt nit Conrt.
Lonis Merchant vs. Christina Travirse. Abraham
Merchant, Albert Nel-on, Mary Merchant.
Susan Leary, K. N. Merchant, Mary Zahntser,
Elizabeth Simpson. Jessie Smith, Sarah A. Mc
Clellaa, Bird Smiih, Annie bnvder, Pheba
Smith, Lncinda Silveris. Mary Etta Milter,
Julia Smith, Wllltam M. Crill. Lii.ie Fyffe,
Minnie M Crill.Lonise Horner, Eva A. Wheeler,
AlNrt Merchant. James Nelson.
Affidavit bavins; been filed In the office of the
clerk or said circuit conrt that the said defen
dants and each of them are non-residents of said
state of Illinois, notice Is therefore herebv given
that the said complainant filed bis bill of com
plaint in said court on the cbancerv side thereof
on the Sid day of AngnM, A. D., 1SS9, and there
upon a summons Issued out of said conrt, in raid
ranse, retumahle on tbe first Monday In Septem
ber, A. D. 1889. as ts by law rcq oired. the aame
being th first day of the next succeeding term of
Now nnless yon, the said defendants above
named, and each of you shall peionally be and ap
pear b. fore said circuit court on the first Monday
in May. 1S90 next, and plead, answer or demur to
tbe said complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matter and thine therein charged and
stated, will be taken aa confessed by and strains,
such of Ton as do not appear as aforesaid, and a
decree entered against you according to the prayer
of said bill.
Rock Island, 111., March?, 1SW
OKOKGE W. tiAMBLK. Clerk.
Adiir Pleasants, Complainants solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINoIs"
Koca IslamdCountt. i-
In the Circuit Conrt, to the May Term 1SH0.
Ida W. fcundy v William H.Lumlr In Chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of William H. Lun
dy, the above defendant, having been filed in the
clerk's office of the Circuit conrt of said county,
notioe is therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant filed hat
bill of complaint in said court, on tbe chancery
side thereof, on the Eleventh day of March. ISM,
and that thereupon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending returna
ble on tbe first Monday in the month of Nay next,
as is by law required.
Now, unless you, the said non resident defen
dant above named, William LL Lundy. shall per
sonally be and appear before said Circuit Court,
on the first day of the next term thereof, to be
boldea at Rock Island In and for the sa'd county,
on the first Monday in May next, and plead,
answer or demur to the said complainant's bi.l of
complaint, the same and the mailers and things
therein charged and stated will be taken as con-
reasea. ana a decree entered against you accord
n to ine prayer oi satu 0111.
GEOKtiE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock Island. III., March 11th. 180.
Jacksos A Hubot, Cotnpl's Sol s.
By rirtne of an execution No. C105 bearing
uaie uic ii in nay or aiarcu. A. lMai. and ac
companying fee bill, issued out of the cWrk's oftce
or the circuit court ot Rock Island county, in the
stale of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am
commanded to make the amount of a certain
judgment recently obtained aeainst William 11.
Kdwardn. J. B Davis ,n and Robert McMann in
favorof Samuel Bowles out of the lands, tene
ments, pixxis ana chattels of tbe said defend
ant. I have levied upon the following pro'wny,
WW I, .
Those certain parcels of land and nretnlsea alt
uated in the county of Rock Island and State of
iiunoi.. town.- Lota No. one (i) and two ,Si In
diockno. two (S) in Woods' second (-2nd) addl
turn to the town (now city) of Moline.
Therefore, according to said command I shaller
pose forsale at public auction all tbe above named
land and premises on Saturday, the Win day of
April. A. D., lJ,at the hour of 1 o'clock p. m ,
at the north door of the court house in the city
of Rock Island, in the county of Rock Island and
siaieni Illinois, lor cash in band, to satisfy said
Dated at Rock Island this 25th day of March,
. i. iotu. -i . s. il is.
Sheriff of Rock Island county, Illinois.
By virtue of an execution and fee bijl No. C30I
is-ued oi;t of the clerk's office of the circuit
conn or Kock islaud conntv. and stale of Illinois
and to me directed, whereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgmeut r cently
obtained against 1 ouis Bender in favor or John
Peetx for use of George Warner, ontof the lands,
tenements, goods aud chattels of the said defend
ant. Loin ttender, 1 bavc levied upon the fol
lowing property, to-wil ;
The east one-half (H)of the northwest quarter
i i oi rrciiun miny-six, (). in lownonip nine
teen, (IK), north of range two cat of the fourth
(4th principal meridian, in the county of Rock
lemna an l state of Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command, I shall
expose lor sale, at puu.lc auction, all the richt,
line ana interest or the above nanu-d Louis
Bender in and to the above described property, on
Monday the Slot day or April. 18kl. at o'clock
p. m. at the north door of the Court bouse in the
city or Rock Island, in the connty of Rock Ixland
and state of Illinois, for cash in band, to satisfy
aiu r.nuiiim ami ire uiii.
Dated at Rock Island, this ?7 h dav of March
a. jj Juno. T. S. S1LVIS,
Sheriff of Rock Island county, Illinois.
alk of Real, Estate
TO PAY DEBTS.
STATK OY I lLINOIS. I
Koca Island Codxtt, f
In tbe Count v Conrt to the Anrii term. lua
Adair Pleasants, Administrator de bonis non of the
estate of Margaret Donahue, deceaaed. va He I
mnnd Donahue and Julia Donauue Sale of Real
r state to pay aeois.
Affidavit having been tiled by the petitioner.
Adair Pleasants, that said defendant. Redmond
Donahue, resides oat of this state: notlceu there
fore hereby aiven to said Redmond Honshu that
aid Adair Pleasants has filed bis petition in said
court praying tor an oraer to sell the following
described real estate situate in said county, to wit :
mis twelve in; anu mineen iih) in Dickson Jk
Young's addition to tbe town of Milan, tn m ih.
debts and claims against said estate and that sum -
mons in saiu ca ise nas been issued returnable to
the next term of said court to be holden in said citv
nf u.W T .. 1 .1 . v. - n . . i . . . -
u uni .-nunuay OI April, 1SWJ.
Now. unless yoa the said MmnM rv.n.hn.
shall appear before said court on the first day oi
the May term thereof to be bold,:n on tbe first
Monday of May. 1890, and i kad, answer or demur
loineeaionetiuon ma aame and the allegations
therein will betaken as oonfeased by you and an
order entered In accordai.ee with the prayer of
said petition. H. A. DONALDSON,
wti . ,, .Clerk of the said Court.
Rock Island, 111 , March , lmt.
Estate of James XcEeever, deceased.
The undersigned, having been appointed ex
ecutrix of the last will and testament of James
McKeever, late of the county of Rock Island, state
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court of Rock Isl
and county, at the office of the clerk- t ..ih
court, ia the city of Rock Island, at the June
term, on tne First Monday in June next, at
which time all neraans havlnir rLim .ut.
said estate are notified and mmi..
tend for tbe purpose of having the same aaj ast
ed. All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the tuv
Dated this 20th day or March, A. D- ISS6
ANN McKKBVEK, Executrix.
Kotlce Is Ijonkhv irlvMi. fhatf lia i.h.:Maj
has been appointed aaaignee of Abram Loeb, and
all persons bold in tr anv claim or claim. . ......
satu Abram Loeb are herebv tintlflnd tn
the same to him under oath or affirmation within
three months from this date, whether said claims
are due or not. All persons indebted to said a-
aignor are re a nested to make nmn.Taf iMWHIamf na
tbe aame. r.r-3
Dated March Mtb, 1890.
HKNar P. HULL, Aaaignee.
Punch, Brothers, Puack ; Punch wltli Can
COB. WAIH. 34 AYS. I.
From SO v ears' experience in Roa
nital and Private practice ia enabled
to guarantee radical cures ia Chronic
or poisonous aiseasev ui uie uiouu,
throat, no-e, akin, kidneys, bladder
and kindred organs. Gravel and slric
tore cured without pain or cutting.
Those who contemplate going to
Hot Sprints for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be cured
for one-third the cost. I
I AniFQ8 tai treatment a
L-ML 1 U. O OTely complexion, free
from eaiiowneee, tree a lea, erupiions,
etc- brilliant eves and perfect health
can be had. fThat "tired feel
ing" and all female weakness prompt
ly cured. Bloating, headaches, Ner
vous Prostration, and sleeplessness.
Ovarian troubles. Inflammation and Ulceration.
Falling and displacements. Spinal weakness and
Change of Life. Consult the old doctor.
NCRVflllQ Physical and Organic weak
I.I1WU c, nesa, premature decay, evil
foreboding, self-distrust, impaired memory, pal
pitation of the heart, pimples on the face, specks
before the EYE, ringln in the ear. ca arrh,
tbrealened consumption and every disqualifica
tion that renders marriage iraproier and unhappy
8PKEDILY and PERMANENTLY cured.
BLOOD AND SKIN SSSailS!,
horrible tn ita result completely eradicated
without the use of rcercnr?. Scrofula, Kryeipe
ls Fever o as. Blotches, PitrpU-s, Ulcers, pain
in the Head and Bones, fyphiltic Sore Thront and
Tongue, Glandular enlarucment of tbe Neck,
Kbeumatlsm, etc., cured when other have failed.
PI IPTI I DP Cured wilh-ut pain or faind
n U r I U r c. r,nee from business.
1 1 RIM A PV PfRccently contrscte.1 or
WltlMMn I . chronic diseases POSITIVELY
cured ia S to M days by a local remedy. No nau
seous drugs used. Medicines mailed or express,
ed to any address free from observation. Char-
fesfair. Terms Cash. Book and question list
Sc. A friendly talk rots nothing.
HOU RS : 10 a. m. to U m., to 8 and 7 to 8 p. m.
Sondav: t to 8 p. m.
vV'ash.AT.8. XIRIEAPOLIS, MIBH.
Dr. S. E.
(Late or Cir.cinn.iii, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
Being a graduate of two of the beit Medical col
leges in the east, together with au extensive
Hospital practice of six years, he is well
qualified to treat the most difficult dis
eases, liis specialties are:
Female, Lung, Private and
Loss of Manhood, or fc'emina
Weakness, and Errors of
Positively and permanently cured.
The Doctor will he clad to ... all ilin .hn .
aWicted whether they intend taking treatment or
""v- rmouva.y no cases taken mat cannot be
cored. Cases anrrea.fnll in.,tMl kv
dence. I'orreSDondence areomi..i.i..H hi- ...
"-"iw y ruuipiiy auswerea.
OfKre-McCullongh'a New I'lock.
W. Third Street, rear Slain,
Dr. iZHN Dyk-s
IF NOT, TRY IT.
HARTZ & BAHSSEX, VM'salc knH.
IIARTZ A. BAIINSEN.
Wholesale Aecnts. Ruck Ilat !.
LOTOS FACE POIVDER
valulmt their complexion should seeare a
, SAMPLE BOX tCRATIS
or the latest imported and unauiutousit aeknowl
edtcod aa the beat
Guaranteed to b. ,.rfm.tir h,m.i... . .,
li'. """l' Bni invisible. Kor -ale everywliere
- - rrr fnn. as! rout
arunKixl for it or wriio for postid sample boV to
J. r. LLOT0 & CO., Sole Importers
mm 4 Wa.htnrtoa Street. (UtCA
LOTOS FACE P01VBEB
FdbBaije bt ik Follo-uhnq Peuggifts
Kuahall ft Fisher,
fjarti Sb Bainsen,
nd Frank Nadler
nniTrt in niTpn
iff 5 vov
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO,
No. 320 Brady Street, Davenport,
HAS A CHOICE flLKCTtOS OF
(ood delivered to all pans of Iba three cities free of charge.
IT. C. HOPPE.
No. 1808 Second avenue.
Has opened bis New acd Spacious
No. 1620 to 162G Third avenue,
where he would oe pleased to see his friends.
All kinds of drinks as well as Ale and Toner, and lh w1l known Hrink n.ir .. -.if -
only place in the city wbe e you ran get ic Roat
Proprietor of Brady Street
All tind of CUT FLOWKRS constahily on band.
GREKnorSE8. FL1WER STohS
One Block North of Central Park. 44is Rra.ir Siret-
The latveet in Iowa.
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth Street, ceit to
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made in the latest style. Also repairing done wlih neatness and dispatch.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aveute.
Brick and Stone Mason.
Reside-ncr- 819 Twenty first St., Yari near St. Faul depot.
; f Estimates fuTt,i,bed f..r 1.1J Hse of brick or stone w r 1 yin? of brick and ti e walks
' a specialty. Adcr. s P.wtofflce Box 17.1. Rock Island. 111. .
. I vrill remove my Shop to
j No. 1619 Second are., week
ending April 12th.
j A. BLACKHALL, Slinakrr.
S. R. OLOUGH,
The best of everything always on hand at the
moat rvaaonaale price.
wnrTK OB RLACK HKAP.SE.
1805 Second Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOUGH, Manager.
HAS PURCHASED TFJK
and has remoTed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tarHe solici the trade long enjojed
by his predecessor and aa many new
customers v wish to faTor him with
moves all pm.tJes. fifcw snj UiroloraUoaa. fur
aal iy ell r-t ci.-iinvirru or inaul h u ...
Bay ba tanoi M
a:e at tKO. S.
Tirwararai Ar mai
Btntaav 4 IS epraca
fctreet), wtMre adser
tiatnar eontraeto amav
a ttad 1st at ik
DAVIS & CO,
"A complete stock of
Pipt, Brass Goods, Packing.
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc.
Bote Agents for
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS.
We guarantee every ore perfect, and will i v .
Twenty day a trial, to responsible panu - '
8afetj Ileating Boilers and Contractors f i
furnishing and lajine Water, ami
1712 First Atk .
Rock IlanI, Ii;i: .
Telephone 1148. Reside! ce 1ele.,..e. p..
Beef Lunce every day from 10 to 1.
DA VKRPoET. I0V1-
Conrad Schneider's grocery. Rock Island.
V. il. Mll.ljrit. IVoa't.
tv r. Smru, Vice-1 ".-.-t.
J. U. Fifii-tt:, 1 ,
SAFETY DEPOSIT ,C0.
HKSt NAI-10N.1L HANK HC1UWNU,
DAVENPORT, . . . IOWA,
H.rfH pn.tocli.,,, .ic .ui! Lurulara. tlii -v.-?
and lire with its K.. alll Lur-Ur I t
ault and fvif,. H IHW pivi-rt-3 t ,
.... ,.., utt- nmina ot ine renter
tju-b s;.fe contains a tin box in which to pla
aliwliles-Just sih-ti aeoiwnm.iation a are
wTiitel .y A.lmiiiMnt-.is KxTiu.r, tiuard
lans CapltalMfj. iUrritl or ShiUtrVomeri
Ktnuen. Miia,,!,, TravelinaMe-iiTr
Mmnwrs liavlng valiwlila. I'nvate MiriM
Sjfrs in all sires, nmi,.. inpriee. per annum
from Three la.llars up ?o Tl.irty WlU
m'fJ0iJe ""Jti'Hi. All., br.
Room tor pac-kairi-, bones or tnmks. 1 iJ
are eoinjt to travt-1, UiU ia the m,lv i.laoe ab-
?iife,y ,n,l,,e "'"" , fr your silvei
and other valuables, rinrar-s n-asmat,i:
Call and aee our Vaults, wiit-tiier you deir a
bale or not. -M.
J. ROHLPt, Ciwfodtaa,
The first coal shipped into this market
from Mercer county was from tbe mines
of R B. Ellis in tbe fall of 1878. and
hence given tbe name it still bears. ' It is
well known to be tbe best sold in tbe
market, and other merchant ham adnn.
ted tbe same name acd offering an in
ferior article for tbe genuine. Dont be
deceived, but buy tbe jrenuine celebrated
Mercer county coal of T. H Ellta. on
Second avenue, oppoaite St. Joseph's
church. The office has not been removed:
but is there still, and is ths
the market selling the oJd and genuine
anicie. leicpnone I03(.
A BlCA llfaaaw rxf 1 a.1 i i A . . - a
w.f lf ?f the aonUieast quarter .ectioi
F o 77 "-p iiny. Buna ranee, two east.
nT?ck coooty, Illiaula. The above land
-.uKniannpuaoa easy tenua. For par.
tKolars enquire of or address p
. PAEMKNTKH, Arfy at Law.
Jan Sft-awtoi Rock Island, 111.
OP ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly aad neatly executed by the tun Jo
OBBacU) attentioa paid to Coautatcial work
Rock Island, Ili