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TjJE ARGUS. WEDNESDAY. Al'RIL, 4, ISIU.
LEGAL. KTICK f rOXTKcrliM. rValfid prnpnaata will be rrcalrad M the t try ejarh'a nfllrr. Hoc lalamt. Iil antil Mnndaj, March lit, 14, at IV n'ckick p. ra , for cnsitraciin tlw Imptmmml nrdrmt by an ordinance of tha llw clt of Kock l.l.ad. 111., eh. 14, entitled A ordinance for the construction of a sawer from a point la the center o- SctilQ pre' una It feet rail of the weat line of Twent j-llrt Iran, theaee aat to ih cereer of Twrgtj-flrat tree!, thence south to a point 4tW feet nv.th of the anmh line of Mnth avenue In Um city of Rork Island. III. Dane and apacittcatlona ran he seen at the city Clerk' nltlee. All hlda ant ha accompanied with cert fled check nn some Rork laland hark In tha Inn of one bandrrd and a tf (SI.'UI dollars. 'payable to the piaror of 'aid city. In rise tha bidder ahall fall to enter la'o contract with approved earetlee to exeeui rhe work fur the price mentioned In h la hid. The city reaervee tne right to reject any or all bidR : Kock laland. lite., reh. 5. A. 1. Hi -in. City Clerk. I Htir,IY OTIt K. UTATi OK IU.INOI8, l Rm afcHn"otirTT. I In ike Clrrnlt Court of aald Kork Inland conntr. to the Mae term A. II. ts!M. In i hMicerr. Daniel rl. Potter, aril Wary S. Potter, com iila'nent. the unknown heir or drvteea of William A alma, drctaeril. 1 hoa aa K. Walaton and the unknown hrtre or itevtaera of Tnomtia V. Walamn, dwes(l.(lcfrndnte. HI'I to iillit title. To! he ahoTe named defrndanr and each of them: Affidavit of yoor aon-miitence having Seen lied in the office of the rlrrk of aaid cirrail ronrt. nottre a hereby (tern to yoa and earh of voa thai the ahnve nmcri ront'talnant have filed In raid ronr' their hill of commaint aatn! yon on theehaneery a ilenf .aid roan: ihttaeummone la r haaoery e lieen leaned In aald ranee avainet tan re iimahle fn the nest letm of "aid court, to lie heenn and holdrn at III., ronrt hoaae. in the rite of Kot-k Inland, in raid tomitv. nn th np.t homier of Mar A. It. jstn. at w'hlrh time and place yon will appearand pit til. an.aer or di-niur o Mill Mil of cemi lalnl if you eee tit. I.K'iKliK W. OA atMH.CVrk. .st k Wu kms.l.ctt.i fort omi lit. ho. b Inland, Illinois, March tun. A. I. IstM. f kawrery at Ire. STATU OP ILLINOIS, I Ror lnuiiii'npuTt, I In thr rin-iitt court of aald l!ix W 1-laml county. To the nv tvtm A. O IWI In chancery. 11.11 to force lu-e aiortiraire The HI k llaok liomcalrail lluililln;. Iin ind Sxvin.'e a e"iiii,iti, complainant, tra. Al hert W. n'ad'wneih, t?or4 H. W xjotnriii, Kilph K, llm-y. aul M. f. Met; inn. defend ant. to 'he aNne-eaued defendant, M. F. Mrt;ltin: Aflldaei' of your non-reairirn e bavin; been Hied In the ortn-r of Ihe rlerk of eald ritctilt ronrt. no tlie l herrhv it t.- to yon thai Ihe alvtre named e Hiiplatnaat he eil In raid court Ita bill of com pliini aa"tno yon en tie caanrrrr i:e of eatd eoiirt; that a aummona In rhar.eery haa hern leeucii in will re airamat mm. returnable to the m tt te'm Ml i rouri. tone bra-nn and holdpn al the point aHie. In the rilr o ,ork laland, in am voiiuk, on the rt Monday of .line A. D. I".', ai wuirh Hate ami plaee yon will appe-ir. Pli ail. answer or drmur to eaiil tiiil cl complaiul If Ton eva II.. I.E Itli.R W. liAMfll.E. Chk. f wryjair A W'ai ttu. !oliriton lor Cnmul'i. H i k Irl iinl. Illinoie. Man B A. D. lvl. hawerry at Ire. aTATKOF ILI.I40t. niH-a lat.aap rot:TT. f In th" i lrrim rnort of al I Rock Uland coantr. to tne May lerai A. It . M. In chancery, bill o fiirerl ae mnrtjnx. lha Hiai-ahawa Homratenil linlldlni;. Loan and Mt'in Aioeiatioi., complainan. v. Albert . tt erouiitih, t'ora it. VV a l-wonh.Hilpt E. Ilui-y and T. Mrllmn. Hef -ndante. To me aiiove named di fenilmii. V. P. Mctilnn: Affidavit of your non rreiilnrr having been filed in tlie oilirr of the rl-, ru of eid t'tn-tnt ronrt, no ilre la hereby irleen to yon that ihe ahve named rnmpiainant baa llteri In uid ronrt lr h I of fun plaint aplnt yon on 'h r'lain ery ide of. eaid rt urt; thiit a aummona In thaiirery linn been tied In "aid rutae aainat yoj n-tiirii'lr to the et term of nuiil court, to he Ix-.-nn amt holiien al the roun hone. in Ihe riae of Hix k laltml. in aid cniintv, on the firn Monday of May. A. I) . at wlii b time and place you will apiear and :ileat1, answer or demur ti nld bill of rotiplnint lfnuee lit. l.illKliE W. KaMHLK. Clerk. PwatTNKT t i Kan. mllrltir for C'omnl'ta. Rim k oland. Illinois, March -JKUi. A. It., ISil. i'litarir) aanrr. aTATR OK II.I.'Mllx. Rni'k lnuati mirm. In the eirruit rutirt of Knrk Inlnnd counrv. to the May tern A. i. In 4 In chancery Bill to fnreeloe aiofttae. The H a-k Hnwa ll.ime.irnd llullilin?.' Iian avlr, FH'lailoB rnmplainnnt. v. Albert W. Wadwortn. I lira i. s..worth. iuipb E. 1 1 lie T and M. V. Mrt.inn. ilelenil uit. 'm tne alK.ve named riefeniliint. M f . Mrl.inn ' Ifidiielr nf your non romdeni e bavina- been filed the nrti'e of thr rierii; of mill rltcult court. no Ice l hereby irlren t- oq that thn alinve nnmnl nmpliiinant bK Hied In ea'd court lt hill of ritm- lamt .mt y ii.ii on tl e elniieerv aida of nil our : tnat a unimon in rnaurery ihi beon i- -ueii in naiii runwa aalniit you. retnruanle to Hie neat term of aid ronrt. to n,- tievun and Ittilden t tne rourt nou- in ihe nty nf Kork Inland, I - ilii eoui'tY. on Hie lirot Monuar of Mny, A. I. i at whH'b time and plaee yon will appear nu r irno. answer or ueniur io aum mil ct oom- piaiut it yon eee tit . t.KoltOE W. i.AVHl.E.tlerk. Dock Maud, linnet.. Match Xi. A. It. I MM Mwaiirv A H at kKR. riohcilora for Cnmpl'ta. rbuetry aiirr. TATE OF II.I.INOW, , Km K !ai.Mi Coi jitt, In the rirrnit nun of aid Jlork l-lanil ennnte. I the M y lerm. A. !., I MM. In hancery. Hi. I to nrriiim noirkir ar- .'he nlaek Hawk llomesti-ail Ruildimjf. tnan nd .-ivniix iieiHiciaiion, nmiiiainant. va. AHivri H Waat.wnrth. I ora H. Wailaworth. Ilalpb liner ami M. F. Mrltinn. aefendnnta. To the nhove named di-femlant. M. K. MeRum fbilai It of yoiir nini-reldrnn' havinr rM-en ainl n the iifnee of tte rlerk of raid elrrntt ronrt, ' iMlra la hereby uvea t J.iii tint Ihe above ami d rimiplainant hua filed In Din nmrt il hill ' f ennpUint auuiiKl voo on the rhanrrrr anle of - mi court: thai a iimmone in chanerrr haa ben tied In aid rauae aaiilnat run retnmablo to tnt --cat term of aid roa I. to lie bepun and boldon it the r mrt houar. In the rity of lloeii Nlund, in -aid rotinte. on the arat Monday f Mar, A. !.. M, at which time and place rou wilt appear and e-au. aeawer or urniur lo aaiu uui ol compUmi l too aee ai, fiKUKOB W. OAMIII.K, (Verk. awaitrTa tt.au. wnllrltora for ( ompl'ia Ida k lland. Illiiiola. Marrh Wth. A. I). 1-94. ak)aairerjr Satire. TAT It or II.LlMHa. ( . Rueii laLaao ( oi mtt, ( In thertei-Mli rmirt of aaid Rouk l-land cntmtT. to the Mn term A. !. ;iv In chancery Hill to mnTiiMf nioriae. The Hlark Ibiak llomeatead Huildinr. Loan A tvlnif AMieiiition, romp'atnant v. lbrt w. i.i.w,ii,. m M. Wadwortb, Kalpb E. Ilnev and M. F. Mrt.inn To the alene naiiud dtfend.int, M. T. Me-tlinn- Altliliivlt ' yniir non-reaidenre havlnz been filed in ter.rhee or ihe rlrrk of aald elirtiil ronrt. notice ! her. r ne , yn ihat Ihe arove named rnnilainht h-e Hlra in raid rmirt Ha hill of complaint nrm na n the chaircry aide of aid nmri: that .iininmna In rtanrwry baa hron leaned In anul rmr a-ain.t you. renininble In the next term nf Ntnl room lo be Itesuii and bolden at Ihe court hoiiw. In tb cl-.y of Kork faland. In aai, rnunty. in (he firat atonday of May A. It Wt. at wi. h time anil plareyoii wiuaiiiear and peel, anewrr or demur to aaid bill of compliint if ton a -e it i. tiBuili.K W. I.AVItl.E.rietk. ," " Noliritmn foroimtd't. Ki k I land. Ill .. M.irrh , A. D. i'U mtv mt taaarwiaa a nmlt. TATE OF ILLINOIS, , Rm a lLAHPi;otraTT. ( nl irtT. order of the eoanty e.Htrf of aald manty, entered at the Ma rati term """T'V.-w'i-na appllraHoa of Mia worth A. Mapee.inardiaa of Mara L Hwank Joha M. w.nk. Ida M. hwank. Mir K. a wank and Bilaanl . awank. minora, loeell the fol.nw lot draerthed leal ratate, kel,m.'in In end mi nora, altiiale la I ha county of fciark laiantl aula of llilaole. pe-wlt; Toe aorih twen y-eltfht and aeventy-nlae ban dredlhe itn ; pal) acre of ihe northern qnarlor (l of the amtiltwrat inarter (Vl of aextlon num her wrenteen 1 171, la lowaehip nnmhnr ali;nteam flf)a-th ranife twoil)aat of thai fourth I4tb) prtneipal meridian. I ahull, rm the Mb day nf April. A. II , IKOi, at ti.e north door of tha ooart konae, in tbocityof llm k l.litnl, la Hie tnnn'y of hurk Inland, and taia of lllianle. al the hour of on ft) oYlor-k In Ihe afternoon of aaid rkty. aell all the latere, of aald minora in and lo the aald real eatata lo the hi (heat and heat a.rfavr for raeh In hand. a ., Kole"V.tKTII A. MAPKS, fJitunllaa of Mary L. Hwank. John M. Hwank, Ida M Mwank. Sadie K. hwank anil Kdward B. awank. jAiaawa A Ut'aaT, Attoracyi. Hood'ss,;"Curcs lira. John 77. Conic "My little clrl hr.d soros on her trtra and elaavd'a fkaraaaMrilla bus healed them. I hRilktirrllilecJtreaalorayatamnch. I was troubled with kmrtbara. nn I airk hradarla frequently wired mo. I have been taking; Hood's Sarsaparilla anil all tlila la chantreil. I do not, have dyopep. al. Iiesrtluirn or alek hfrnlarii.-." Mrs. .Iohn II. Cook, M:irtin!villR. 1 1U Hood's Cures. HOOD'8 PlLLS cure liver Ills, sick head aehn, auailice, liullsc-ition. 25c. Try a box. AtJllliTHArOlt M .OTIt t:. Eatatrof ,Ii!mo R.Slnll. decraaed. The nnrieralimed havinir heen ai piiinied admin latrator of the eetate of dnmea K, tiinll, late of the county of Kork laland. etfo of llllnoia.de craaed. hereby (rirca notice tha: he will am-ear hefore the county court of lior k laland coun ty, al the ofllce of iho clerk of urul rourt. In the CltV of Kork lalnii.l. at the .Inn. r the tint Mondar June ,.! at time all perron liav!ni: i lalma ai-:it aaid re late are notified and. requested to nlte,. for the purpnaeof havinir the aurue adluated. All per eoiie Indehted lo ald eataie nre reqncaied u naae lEinediate paenient to ihe nnduraineu. LEWI L. STUI I- Adiiiiuiatrstor. Paled tnir 27ih dayof March, A. I. ls4. I'ACl l'TOK. OTU'K. BaUteof Rndnlph Srhwecko. deccaaed. The anderalctied baTlnfbeen apiMiuitrd exern tora of the laat will and toeMmeiit of Kcdnlpb nchwecke. late of the county of Rork le:and. fate ol lllinoi. decraaed, hereby irlve notice thai thty will appear hefore the county court of Rock laiand conntr. at the office of the clerk of aid court, lo the cite of Hoek lalnnrl. at the June term. on the firt Monday In Ji;ne next at which time all pereona hvinir rlaln e a?auil aid ontate are notlnrii and reqtieeted to attend for the ptirpoae of having the mmi adjiuted. All ooraona Indebied to raid eatatu are re- aneated to nake immediate payment to the nn crafaned Dated thin tld dar o' Mnich. A. D. lf 4. I.'ORKRT a. AfiNEK, W. K. SCUVTECKE. Kxerntnra. ('HAVI KItV .Orit F.. STATR Of" ILLINOIS. Koi'K piAKIt'OL'KTr, !- In the Circuit court of aaid connty to the Jan- n-rr term. A. 1. 1-!H. Wl'ham lliiyer. Adam Hover and Jaroh Fori r. cciutilalniinta. va Mary Ji hi on. .Iclni .iiihn on. William r,. Johrron. Ioa ho naou. .laiiiea R' h ron, tiio'rja Ho! in. Anna Iluidin. Thumu-t amphell. Mnrv J. lumplifll, .1 hu T Cainplieli. Ada I'atnpliell. Alc? '.:ampnell, Charlea Caniiiiiell, anm-l t aripVll, AIImti OiniitM'11, Will: um famphi'll. 1 homua .1, PoH hma. Alber: ;. MrKniirht. l.iiirn liuirati. Hrint nal tiii;itii, Minnie Evern. en:riah v lirail.-in !. Florida lioekmoath. l o'ia K. 'arr.il', Ponia min ll.l'.iiii. Dndlry llalfurd, Hauiot Halfo-d I harlra Boyer, llarrr Keller. Na hnn It y, T, Franklin Riihtune. Firm Ilap'iat rliureh of the Cry f Rock N and, and Blwin K Parmei.ter and Thomaa Caniphell. exerntor. of the will of John A. Hoycr deeo.-ffd. ilefet danta -In cliau rerv. Hill lo aei a-nle a will. Afllilavit of nnn reaidrt re of defendants. Mary Tohnaou. .Inlin .lohnaeii. William M .lohnou, Ida Rotiion, Jatri-n Kotiiaon, ("leorve IJnhi-mi, Anna liar, n, 1 unnina J. holdiina, A'liert U. ip Knijlit. Linra Hu'.-nn. llrin'iiil Iiiil'RU. Minnie Fvera, Zertiriah Wueitland. Florida lloekmotith Cilia K. irroll, Heiij i in in lla'f.rii. Dudley llul 'ord. Iianiel lliilloid. Hurry Keller und Fr'at kiin H'lhhin inip'eaded vrllli tin- aimve defei uunt-. Tiomaa 1ampheli Marr .T. 'aiiidiell. John T. lntllilHll, Ada Cmiliell. Alice n-nplicll. I h-irlee fatinil ell. Miniuel raniiilH.il. Alln rt cni.li.. William Campiiell, l l.nrlita Hover. Nntli n Hover. Firat llni.tiat l lintchi f tin- 'ity of ll.,ck l.uiliil. and F.lwin B. I'arnii-nter and 1 homaa 'am;iliel' executor- of the will of .lolm A. M-.yer. dee.a,.il. hovinp lien ti ed in Hie ceru'a i fl'i.-e of the cn rnlt roilit of aild r iunty. not re ia tlieiefore bfrehy given to thr aaid lioli-reai dent ilefe'diiut that the i-eniplaiuatili-tilu'U their iinemitii hill of complaint in aaid ciniri. on the rhai.c- ry side thereof, on the mth day of wnrch. A. I.. I mil, and thai therenmu a il niivni i-iiecl mil of ,uid rour. wherein esid ami i now h-i (lim:. retur..a lileon the tirat Monilur in the nioiiih of .May next, h- la liy law reijuin-d Now. uulera you the aaid liiiii-n-iilent iiefendar.ta above named Mary Jolniaon.Jiihn Joliiiaon. wiiliam H J hn ron, l ln llohiaon. Jamcn Kiili;aon. tienrL'e Hohi aon. Anna Hardin. Th mii! 4. Kolilin". Allien 4. Mi-Knit-ht. Laura liuran. Hrintnal 1 u ltwii. Mmm,'. Kvera, Zeritnah W'lieatlniul. Fioriilu llm km. .ml,, elia Carroll. Ileniaimn llulr.inl. I ,t i,-y na ford llnniel lliilfonl. Ilir y heller a d Frank in R-iidiina. ahall iH-raonully lie and apier before aid cm-tut court on the Itrai day of the next term thereof, tt Ihi liolden at Kock laland in and for the aaid connty. on the llr-t Mmidiy in Mny next, and plead, answer nr demur to the aid roniplalnam'a lull of complain:, the aame and the matter und tlitni.-n therein rhanred and atatod will lie taken nr ronreaaed, and a de cree eiilered ai;auut you acoirdiu to the prayer ... ;,?os'E GAMBLE. Clerk. RocV taiand. III., March S A . :K4 Joh! T. Kknv oitTitv ai.d JacusoN A llfuar. 1 oinp'a Nil. Are You Going to Buy a Piano? If so, don't fail to call at the WOODY ATT MUSIC Co They have the: agency for the Weber, Deck er Hros.; Wheelock and Lstey. 1717 Sei'iiml Ave Kock Island. 4i Fifteenth Street, Moline. LOUIS EWGLIHT, (BaecMtor to H. WESDT.) Merchant -:- Tailor, , 119 Eighteenth Btrett. KaVFIt and Workmanship Guar anteed the Best Cleaning and Repairing Done. STREET CARS TELESCOPED. Several People Hnrt Ih a Serioua Accident mt Han KranelKco. Sax Fraxcisco, April 4. A Sacramento street cable car wit h a dn.en passenKers on board dashed down one of the steepest grades in the city and telescoped another car Htamlinii on the crossing. No one was killed but all the passengers were more or less injured. The list of injured is tut fol lows: Luke Mol(can, letter carrier, feet mnshed and body bruiseil; Detective Rol) ert Hogan, tendons of rinlit leg s' rained and body bruised; Miss l'luukett, sliRhtly injureil almut face and hands; tiripninn O'Hrien badly cut about knee; t:ad Evviiig. cut about head and face and badly liruixed. A lire was in progress on Depot street and a cable car was blocked by lire hose at the corner nf l)umt and Sacramento streets. Another car coining down the hill tH-hind the first car broke away from the Kripniun aud dashed dow n at lightning sliced. The two cars collided with terrilic force, both U-ing badly wrkel. The pussengrrs were tlirtiwn in all directions, and that no one was killed is considered miraculous. GOT MONEY BY THREATS. 'Woman Terrified l- a Man with ltottle of Nitro-CIyrrriiif. Chicago. April 4. A num with what was supixased to lie a lioitle of nitro glycerine threateiitHl to blow up the Ger man tlhl People's home at Alteiiheitn un less a certain sum of money was forth coming. All the money available was given liiiiuiiul he departed with the bottle in his pocket. Several days ago a man who gave his nniue as Zapp called on Mrs. Werkmeister, the matron, and said he was formerly :t schoolmaster in 15;Tlin. He asked for nssistance and tlie matron gave him 1. He called again. Hu told the matron he was going to return to lit-rliu and wantetl to t hank Iter lor her kindness. While carrying on the conversation he suddenly drew from his pocket a liottlo of fluid and declared it was nitro-glyceriue and that he would blow up the house un less money was forthcoming. Mrs. Werk meister then gave the man all the money she had. and he departed. The police were at once notified and a good descrip tion o the man given. BITTER FEELING MANIFESt. Critical stUKe of the t.reut strike in tha Coke Iteffions., CoxxKLLfViLLE, Pa., April 4 The situ ation in the cuke region is now at the most cnit'-ai stage. At Itrsl it was thought the trick men would remain at work, but this impression was dispelled when the men at Trotter came out. 'The company has made no attempt to resume and will proluibly not until the strikers cease their hostile demonstrations. A crowd of strikers assembled in the vicin ity early in the day and although they are peaceable, their actions are such as to in dicate an out break the moment the com pany attempts to start up. Jt is said a body nf strikers intend to march to Frick"s Davidson works and force the men to stop work. In the Scott dale district nil the plants art; still in oper ation. Tiie feelimt among the foreigners throughout the entire region is very bit ter. They tire said to be well 'supplied with dynamite, and will not hesitate to Use it if the occasion presents itself. CRASHED THROUGH THREE FLOORS. l iital Accident in ltig t.rain Warehouse at ChicHKo- Chicago, April 4. Two immense hoi-la-r scales Idled with l.MHi to 1,5110 bush els of wheat on the ninth floor of the Chicago Dock company's warehouse, at the corner of Dcach and 1'orqunr street, suddenly crashed through the ninth lloor, on which they were situated, and fell to the sixth story, breaking completely through the seventh, eighth and ninth floors. Two men were burtd iu tiie wreck and instantly killed, and many other workmen in the warehouse had nar row cscaiiew. The dead are: Thomas Kel ler, a sub-foreman in the employ of the Chicago Dock company. He was a (ter mini .Vi years old and lived with his fam ily al y.U Wilder street. Peter Tl ipson, a Norwegian all years old, who was a la borer in the employ of the Albert Dick inson Seed comutny. He was married and lived with his family at the corner of Krte aud (.'cuter avenue. Man Who Never Served t;ets I'ay. yriMT, Ills., April 4. The supreme court has aflirmed tiie case of C. V. A. Hchn-nsmeyer vs. the estate of John 11. Kreitz. The latter tilled theolliee of coun ty treasurer for four years, and after the expiration of his term the courts decided I took ui-iirciisinrer was legally ciectetl to the ollice for the same term. JSttit was brought for the salary and other money. lieuuing winch Kreitr. died. I he case has been thrice fought through the supreme court iu the last eight years, and now iu its linal stage the highest court aflirms the judgment of w .:tiH in favor ol tiie uinu who never tilled the otlice. Kansas Women ut the Tolls. NoKToN-viLLK, April 4. After the live liest muuicial election ever held iu this city L. I'. Randolph, who headed the Citi zens' ticket, was relected mayor over J. B. J'.rowu at the head of the Independent ticket, by a majority of :x. Neither can didate for mayor was in town during the election. Uiie-thiril ot the vote was cast by the women, whose appearance, at the polls clearly indicated tlieir interest in the pending woman stitlrage aiiiendmeut to the state constitution. l aiou I'arllie Wage Conference. OMAHA, Neb., April 4. The Union I'a- cilic wage conference has kvn practically concluded. A numlier of engineers testi fied as to wages, cw:t of living, etc, and Judge Caldwell declared the hearing on Kulu 1 closed. He took a recess until next Thursday when the findings will probably be made. The Union Pacilic was ordered to pay the wages aud board of the men attending the conference. .. ltf iiillieaoa Carry Helena, Mont.' Hklkxa, April 4 The vote polled at the city election showed an increase of over HX) over last year. The result was almost a clean sweep for the Republicans, who elected mayor, isilice judge and six out of seven aldermen. The Kepublicau' plurality is over TUO. The city government has been Democratic for the last two years. Can't AITonl To He a Kc prcwututlvo. ArrLKTox, Wis., April 4. Congressman Lyman B. Barnes of the Eighth Wiscon siu district, publishes a letter declining to be a candidate for renominatioii. He gives as his reason that, he cannot afford to neg lect his legal practice nud other priva .s business. Uaxucs is a Democrat. ' ABBREVIATES TELEGRAMS. At Kentville, Ind., three children aged 4, 6 and 8 years respectively were burned to death by a lamp explosion that set fire to their home. The father, Mr. Price, made heroic attempts to save them and is nearly crazed with grief. The crusade against cigarette smoking among school bo3"s has led to t he discovery by some antiquarian that in the reign of Charles 11 of England children weresent to school with pijies in their sachels for use at luncheon time. The news comes that Athens, Greece, is unable to pay her gas bill, and the com pany lighting the city threatens to cut off the gas supply. Under t he first private pension bill passed by congress tJ,.VHl a year was granted to Huron istculien for his services iu the Hevo lntionary war. 1'eace has been restored in Samoa, an armistice having liccu arranged bctweeu the opposing forces, - When more than sfl years old Gladstone renewed tne study of the French language, and when M-J made his tirst fpeeeh in Vreneh. President Zelaya, of Nicaragua, has with drawn the exequaturs of Amcricau Consul Hraida aud ltritish Consul ISrigham, w horn he charges with imicriliiig Nicaragua's interests iu the Mosquito territory. The Nauvoo (Ills.) fruit company has iH-en compelled to destroy over 4(Hi.(kki fruit trees that have lieen injured by ihe weather and insects. Fruit growers say, however, that the late iiliz.ard did not kill ail the buds and that a lair crop is ex pected Obituary: At Xew York. Henry M. neiitiett, the famous scout, better known as "Dead Shot Scott," aged 50. At lioone City, la.. Hanker Kugene Favre. At Cherrvvale, Kits., Judge .Samuel 1. Moore, aged 70. At San Antonio, Tex., Janice S. Mi.KUigott, of the Chicago bar.' I!ev. Clarence K. Woodman, of the Paul, ist Fathers' church. New York, has been decorated by tiie queen regent ot Spain with the title of Knight of the lioval Order of Isabella the Catholic. Wiliiatn M. Unshiiell. who embezzled :!.-),(liiO from the law firm of llutter. Stiil nian Jc llulibard.of New York city, in IMS, has lieen located at Buenos Ayrcs. The. agricultural department has just complete'! the distriUtit ion of !i.tNhi,(s) imckages of seeds. The appropriation lor the present fiscal year was si :!.-, 4! io. W. 15. Prentice.acent of the Kock Island road at Morsville, ills., and Max SchaeUr, a section Imss, have been arrested on a charge of criminal assault. The charge is tii'ottgi.t ty the Home of lllcssing, a local i refonnatorv trom winch I he tills in the case had isi-aped. Prentice is 15 years old. The steamer William 11. liarntiui, of Chicago, loaded wit h .Vi.unolmshelsof corn, tank off Freedom, Mich. The crew is safe. There were very lively times at the Chi cago polls yesterday and the tough was in his element. A large number of people were slugged, some shot, and generally n revelry of violence in the "typical Amer ican Clt-." 1 Six of the1 leading steel cas'ing compa nies of the conn try have formed accnili;n.i. tion known as the American Steel Casting company, mid have organized under the laws of New Jersey, with capital stock of tVJOO.OOO. Another Ilattou Sent lleltce. (JVTHUIE, O. T., April 4. Deputy Unit ed States Marshal Curr met Hill Dalton aud several of his gang of outlaws, near Sacred Heart mission in the Pottawatomie reservation, and a pitched battle with Winchesters and revolvers ensued. Hill Daltou and one of his men named (feorge Tlua-i! were fatally Wounded but the oth ers escajied. Deputy Marshal Car also re ceived dangerous wounds. Thirty Senatorial Terms llmling. Wamum.toN, April 4 The terms cf thirty senators expire wit li the present session of congress-fourteeu Democrats mid sixteen Hepubiicaus among tiiem Messrs. Chandler, Culloui, Dolph, Frye Harris, Hoar, Mainlerson, Mcpherson, Morgan, Hansom, Washburn and Woi cott. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York Financial. Ni:v Yoiik. April 3. Jlouey on call ea-v. ( iftorcri hi I pr cent. i'riiae mercantile p:iier :...".u. ji,.r cent. Sterling cxeliuiiuf quiet, uitli fu tiiitl business in tianker's ii;Ls ut 4sn,. Jssi4 jp UMtnaiiil ami ts: , i-7i , i,,r sixty ilns: ikmu-iI rates 4STU... s'.l. t oinuiefriiii liitis 4s.-,i . , 4 Ni. Silver cert itj-.;tes f.l., l,i,l; no siiles; bar silver ll'l... Mi-xieun iloilar.s .in. I'niteil states bomls. ."i s resntlar. IK '4: do ,Vs couihium. 1ITh;4"s regular. 1 i:j i 4'se,iin.i.s. Ul s. iai nut: I'ucltle li s of Ku III. hid. -'3 lticuKi i roclm-c. ('nn Alio. A;ril 3. : Timter- Fancy M-purator. 'U- jut dairy. Is . n.: i,ai knu? st. L- ... I'rotlm-e lb; fancy Lggs Fn-sb st.u k. taw- im- jHTdoz. l,iveiul try Chickens. M.?ii, jar Hi; turli.ys, -,i C' Sc; (lucks, hr. Illc; g(.t.c. SI.Kt.oi.MI ' ,K.r loz. l'otato-s li11tl.11.ks. .V.'.:, lH.T ,u Hclirous. .v.'c; mixed slock, 4.V..V1,:. .,.t potatoes. Illinois.. i:.im. :i.:i ,K.r j,, A pies-Si.tuK..,.!,.! ,.r i,;, H..v vhi:o lover. I II. sections, lit- W.. broken ,.,!,, lo.r.lu'e; uark c.niili. g..,l eimditioa, WIU; btruined California. .Vtic. Cliiciio Live Stock. llll'AOO. A to il .!. Live Stock turds today niated recc -Thepricis ul the I niou Sn-k raiiKiil us follows: Hogs Ksti pts lor the day, H.ii: Hales runted nt Vias, tt t'.i4.s.i light. S1.4-,.' I n rung); packing. S4.iiir.iisi nuxwl. mid 4.ti.vi1.wr heavy jiiu kin: and sliijiping ' 1UTS. Cattle-i;eceiils for t!,.. dllv. Uullt; quota tions ranged ut fl.L'V,, 1 ,.ioic to ertra -"f'T"- SS-.7t-..3i to choice du. t.,..Ji.i.s.fa,r tog,li. s-'.'.i.i:l.ai ,-ouinioii to iiushum do, s2.mk:i.3i bntehers' steers S ' r.i naiil stin kers. si.in,.. :i.,t-1 j,.,.,,,, g, J, ;i.im cons. ii'.ti....;t.r. iK-iiers. M..-.i:i...i bulls S-M,fM.M lexas stcens, and jy.So,. r,.2i Veul calves. -riheep ami Lambs Receipts for the (lav s.irnii; jinces ranged at K!.iiu 4 tm westerns, :a'i U-. 'lexana, ICttKailM natives aud Jsj.Oi60.lil Iambi. The Local Markets, a aim, etc. Wheat 5c. Corn New, iSfcviWc. Oi ji- :i k. IIbv Tmoy, $tn: nt,iftnrt. sq.h. d trH7: .lo...h S!isS7; bilco. 18 ' 1 felr, ! 5i). rRODTJCF. -rJterFltr X cholce'ls'a0; creimary.oic fresh. li;clte. Pooltry Chickens, dreaacd. ikatllc: tnrtevs iTSX 100 ; aac"- SS! eRCtr arts raovTaai ts. Apples $7 per UC, F O li (JUicago Potatoes k.-ic fc Onions TMic. per bu. Tarnips Toe per bn. ir anion IV OW" " 6cl' 81 .Ho 4 isS4yc, Sheep it rT.. Coal Soft 10r: hard, s.50. Wood Und. 44. UU; fcawtd, i.ou. LANDSLIDE FOR REPUBLICANS. Of I'irty-flre Mieliigao Town I'orty-elght t' Against Itemoerary. Dethoit. April 4.-Ki'iHirts of the c'.ec .'ous iu difTeivD-t, parts of the state indi-f-te that iu the majority of cases the Re publicans have increased majorities, (iratid liapids has gone Kcpublican forthe first time iu many years. Jackson was also a landslide for the Republicans. Kmsing. Ye.ilanti, Chelmvgan, llattle Creek, Albion, liay City, West Hay City, Charlotte, Alpena, Kalamazoo. Adrian. Muskegon, Ij-ciuaba, Menominee. H t-su-mer, Heuton Harbjr, Dowagi.-u;. Cadillac, and Peti.skey iiIijj went Republican. At Flint, ex-Covernor liegole, Ih-mocnttie candidate for ijinyor was (Ideated. Out of fifty-five towns frui.i which Vlirns bnve been received fo.-ty-.rig'iit Wertt K'llublic hu, four DeiiKK-ratia. and three Citizen. ELECTIONS IN ILLINOIS. Chicago burned to Have ;one l;epub i Iican UcturiiK Not at Ilxud.' ( ntru.o, April !. At this writing the city returns are not in, but it seems that the llepnblicans have carried the south an l north towns nud the Democrats the west town. Tiie Kept-blicans alo seem to have carried the council. The follow iug ther places in this state have some liepublicans: LitchfiVld sweejilng; Silingliel.l -l.7i0 to 1,310 majority; Havana First time in history ui lownsuip; anil t'ekm. At yuincy Mike S-U. liep-iblican, was elected mayor by 1,.H majority. The Re publicans also elect three out of six alder men. All the rest of the Democratic city and town tickets was elected by reduced luajorit ies. Ilia Knows u Tiling or Two. Mexico, April 4. The twenty-seventh annual rcprcscntat ion of the capture of Puebla from K:nperor Maximilian by (.Ictieral Porlirio D;.iz was represented on the plains of San l.a.aro, near this city, on a scale of Itiatrniliceiiee never before ap proached by a !;ke event iu Mexico. An entire division of the army, including in- lantry, cavalry and artillery to the num ber of 5,000, part icipated. The event en tailed nu exiiendituiv of s.Vmioo, of which fc.'o.i"K stood for ammunition alone. The battle was not entirely a sham, as cannon balls liombs and ihells Were actually used. After the storming of the works President Diaz and staiT reviewed the forces from the grand stand. !Mlli".ical i in lira. HosTi.x, April 3.-M. Hulieock, VS years old, and a retired lecturer, was sniT..ej,il to death in bed by a sli -bt tire in the lodg ing house i.td Dover street. Two other lodgers were rescued fi-,,m uOi....- .... ladders. Dcn'i Ueley. It is your duty to yourself to get rid of the foul accumulation in vour blued this spring. Hood's Sarsapa rilla is just the uioilicint' you need to purify, vitalize nnd enrich your blood". That tircil fc linp; which af fects nearly every otic in the spring, is driven out by llood's Sarsaparilla. the p-rt-at fprinjr niediciiii- and blood juirilier. Hood's pills become the favorite cat tiartic with ; everyone w ho tries them. ic-.o, - punt St so 1 f0?. CL0THL5. .: - ' -fMziz. co.. cum. Complete Manhood and how to attain it. , At lat a mcDirnl work that tells the cansea, dcscrilH-s the ctle;i, jKiiutsthe remciy. This la rckiiMLicaliv the most vitluaiile, artistically the moat beautiful medical book that has sj. poured for yeara; tl.i ji:e every pape bearing a half-tone Illustration in tints. Some of the subject ttva'ed are Nervous Debility, Impo tcucy. Sterility. Djvelopenient. Varicocele, The liutbani, Thosj intending Marriage, etc Every man who wjuld kimw t'ae grind troths tha plain facta, the olil secrets, and the new disroveric? of medical ac enee as applied to married lire, a. hi w.iulj atone f.irpaft follies and avoid future tiitfuiU aliould write for this w imlerfiil little book. It will lie scut free Dudureual. Address the p:;b ishcr. Krij Medical to . r.ullalo N , MOVED. We are now at 1610 Second Avenue. KOHN & ADLER Wholesale Liquors. IVORY i, IVORY, m -1 1 .7,. wit After rpadinjr the followinp li-it--rs cr,n anr one longer do:i lit that a trust avorthy remexi v for that terribly fntcl iimla l". c-.ir.snniptiori. l.Rsat la.st Iwen ioundf II t bese letters had been written l.-r jour Last known and most esteemed neighbors they co-.;: 1 la? no rioro worthy of your oonCdenco tliii they now nre, eominj, as they do, from will known, intelligcntan.l trust wort by citizens, who, in their several neighborhoods, enjov tho fullest oonfideii..'e and reflect of cil who know tbem. K. C. ilcl.in, Esr . of K-mn:vi!le, rrincr- Annn Co., Va., v.hose portrait Leads this article, writ! : " When I eon-.n-i-nccd tak ing Dr. Pierce's Goids n llc-Jiini Piscoxery I was very low with a coj.h end -t times stiit np much l.loo.L I was not nl.le to d the least work, but mtut of the time was 1,1 lied. 1 was ail run-down, very weak, my bead was dir.jry and 1 wr.s extre:n ly uespnii. dent. Tha tirst bottle I 1 k y d iit s.x-m torto nio much p-vxl. but 1 had faith in it arA continued using it ttrtil I had tuken in teori laitties and now I d no. look tor ftel like tho satne rr.::n I was cno ycf,.r ao. Peojile are atoniibel nnl say. 'Veil, List yea:- this time 1 world not. have thought that you would b? li ving now.' I can thank fully say I am ei.titvly cut ! rf a (Lstase which, lint for yo;:r wi.nci.Ttt.l Disoovery' would hvo resiilu i in r.iy d'ath. Even when the proulrrxisiti. n t rorjniTniv tion is iubcr.tcd, it luay'ba c;.r .1. a; -( ru. -J by tho follnwinj from a most t-iuhfr! niuch resiwled O-anadian l-aly, Mrs. T boTta-. Vanackjin. cf B--i-:lit -r.. int. ' v.T.'.es : 1 have ion,-; iV !t i; iay dj'.y ti n:-Lc, to you wfcx.t Dr. i r?i'& GS: '"n ?ie'i:r:J Iliscovery and his F!easani IVile,' have done for no. Tbry djo?t rai.-i J me froia the grave. I Lad tLrea l.roihci-s a::d one sister die of CTtir.j:nptiou anj 1 was speedily foUor.-Tucr aftT Them. I L-1 s?vc-r ough. poio. cojiio-.s cxpeetom'. Ion and Ci r alarming sv:i:;i..-!.:5 tr." friends rJl thought I Lj I I u; a fcv7 ;:ii:::S5 t.i Lvo. At that tim9 I w.-ip r: r.-aaj-1 to irvt ha Gold"n Medical D. --c.-. :y' c.d tl: ftrst bottle cried l.ka iiiajl. "Of -cr.". 3 co: tinucd on with tL neii.--!:"i wii 1 :. r.suit 1 pin -d i rapidly in s;-j::Ui. ily ;"r. wvri; i'.vii- 1 A .STUDENT (IF ACGUSTAXA. Frank Tornliolm Tells a Rcniarkajjlc Ston- of Co: -Restoration After Four Years' SutYcrin ":..t Drs. Stackhouse and Daniel Havt-Accomplished in His Case. Mr. Frank Tornho'm. whose por trait is herewith jircscntcd. i? a jiro iress'ive and popular undent of Au pttstana collide at Kock Islr.tn!. Ho has many friends on both sides of the river who will be pleased to bear of his rapid recovery and com plete restoration to health tiftcr bav ins been for the p:ist f. flr vears afflicted with troubles a catarrhal nature. IK. FliANK TOKXIIdl.M. "It was four vears ncii."" snvs Mr Tornholni." that 1 wa. tirst troubled with catarrh. It seriously aiTctei! my eves which became rod. v.-ntcrv and sore. This symptom rcw rapid ly worse until" the nnst. vinr il Kreatly intyrfired w ith niv "studies, i .. i.i i . . oniieti to wear glasses all the time. "The services of lrs. Stackhouse and Daniel were often rcciitiuui-udcd to me ,y jintients whotll Ihev h:nl cured of similar maladies. I recent ly placed tnv case in llicir limnU -im.1 rejoiced to note an improvement al- ....... . . a oosi irom me nrst dav Mr progress has steadilv eon t in lied f mil lintr able to disfiense with mv "lass's by mui anu am iceltn vt-rv mucli better of catarrh have wholly ilisnpii a red. As the trearuent of l")rs. Stackhouse and Daniel accomplishes all that the Uj civ lius cianu ior it, j am pieaoeo to add my endorsement lo the hun .rOR(E SCHAFEE, rroptietor. WOl Becocd A.Ttcae, Oorr.or of SlncmUi Street, . Opposite Earpcrf Tlwatre. rhechofcestWIne. Liquors. Beer end Ciears always on Hind Vna Loach XtvrjOa) - baadtnebaa Fanus atm tUrrt o J ishM. When T Mmtnfw' t. uiedieines. six years aco. 1 u. pound-, end v..s sinkirr i t wcih 1 ..j.an i my Leoiih ( ..... I'"Ci "CoMea M.-dicrJ P;s.i v rt -sumption ( which is ta'r.fi. ,f i . . . . " by its wond; rf it! Mood jm. . i. ,- . ing and nutntiro rr. i.r, - " i lunpsspi'tinof Mool. --h. . nasal caturrh. Iironchiti-. s asthma. i-.nJ kir. im! a::,-i -crelyn rwue.1v. V."ui! it .i severest eouLrhs. it sireiifiijtn. t tuid I'lintics Ihe blixaj. "ti! len J!ed;.l I .:s-nvpn" .1 .. fat rn-ii m' n ore corj ul. 'i. I .; t : tui:y chiiiirf n, as wd! c i - . t . in lich. Irom any ca'.i--. : t- flesh-bu'ldcr knoKH 1 ' r Nasty oil bvcroil nr. I it- not to bt r-intiareil witti it i: rsri.iiy l ui!is up h I-.-. ' : s . t tie 4.'i.t JU .Ji and . i-;.; .. laii'r ti:,- tisnfil stauu:u" i wasting disu.'s."' ti. ct - - I i' fp th? c-'it:-.- . v.- prio. 'ne;:mot;:a, l'-v- : . ;4. .1 . :n7 acjtc discasi : to l.u.; t n and rtrvi.h. and to r - r ! when you fM " rar-iuv. " .-: tne l.c.-t ttias in il; t -.....! . 1: tuf l'y funetioi-s. r. I.elrij r.i artion. fjr.f : liro-.vi, tl.r. upU n '...- iavi.;..rit--i thet'rre 5--..T n A Treatise o i C'lsut-.t-ti ous to-t.a;vii...s v.-.;h j h . : tr".r of tj w c:::. 1. (.u"s, cu.o cor.Uiiuir t si-'-e strA for chr ri- : .- A t-s s.!ii?ia. md Lit-Jr-.M 1 y use U'ori I's ! ; - : v ticT cf r.nCr-' . X. V.. r : . in t2'sv t-' :'".v r-s . 1J iliitrii'.-, J . . dred Of CitiI T'S ,. J I.,-. . ;: Island a:nl Mo'.ino v i. . ; public statements ( ,:. , : value of tin- system. Hume 1 n at m, n. The Tf"ner trwuw. ! v i tv Drs. s-ackno'.... m.il I .nic: dr-.i df crct,f M.n...-er- r.- aiei un'.-ie to cai.sa!: ii .. t tbeir oflire. Ihe itM-utca i -- 'i b'n'.ks d vi d l.j Iir. s:. i.i i!. !.irit.s to d.i .-t,,,.. ::.c c.i -Iires.-iibe tte in.jn r r .:.! . - :,:.! r".c d-. tr:!iO ini-tru-: ui.-firT".. u kiaisft.!.d s;iimratua. Medlcifirs I rt-c. Charge, for 'r. a:ru.-iu a!d , crate. Cnisu'.tatoti aid t-x-m tli Inut, 11 n. m. to :i ci . : :. i in.; i-uuihiTf :t i I p. ni. 1 1, . Stackhouse Medic:., i i.-siitute, L'KKINK ST.VCKllOl -1 . Jo.i:rn a. danii:;.. .v. i. SPElIATIES-Ca'.rri. A. I n. !- - ' the Ejc. Ear. Nofc, Th oit ai.i L :-. S ' Placates, rio.d ted Sk:o ( cafca. OOcc B-rars-t. m. to 12 m .1 1 1 " ' ; p. m. : Sunliya. 3 to & p. m. gr j. Kooms 17 ami is Whitaki r K :. -' (First F:oor. Take tte Elivi r OlTIIWKSTCoitMii tiiiiui am. STKIKTS. DAVKXroKT. - - 1 I'i rmimnttj vsia" lifUi. !. i iitrV! Cini.pieus.' ( (JU piHd. Rupture Cured. No pain, no danger, No blood drawn. fSoloss f i in ic t'ure positive! v and li ul!' u teed.