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THE ARGUS, FRIDAY, APRIL C, 1894. I.KCAI. i.i:i1toi oTu-r.. t1nff Rntliti "ehwreke). iMwri, The ,nttrltriH having Iwea apiminieit eiera fur. of the Inet will an le.t.m. nt of l(nioliti N'htn hr, lata of the nitiy of tinea liainl. tare of Illinois, drcraaerl, hereby ri-re notice I dm tttr will appear Nrforr iH connttr court of Roea laianil roniiir. at the nlflcc nf the clerk of erftiKonrt. la ibe cite nl kora lelaurl, at Ibe I iint term, oa the nrl Monday In Juno turn at wlilrh line allnrrriona aivinirrlaima airnln.t aid .ate arc notitieil ami rrnueeierl to attend for 'ha arnm-e nf havlnp tHr name ntl-ieted. All tHiraotia ImliiMnl to nairi eetaia arc rr- 3nr.fed to alalia ImawdiaM payment to the an erlenerl. Dated thii-tM rlav nf March. A. IV 1W4. IMHICKT A. W AO NEK, W. F. WIlWKtkC, 1 Kiofulors AIIMIXIHTRATffltWKOTlrK. E.tateor Jime. M. Stnlt. rleeraeed. The nniier.li'rert artrlfi? tteea apnointed admin 1lrtr l the e.tAte nf .luiaea K. Ktiill, Ijiie of the rounry r ti.iea l.lnnil. ei-ce of Illinois, dc eeaetl, hrn-hrrteee not ire lav hr will aiinrar aaforv Iho ennuiy roiirt of liork l.luml coiin t. at the oltlee nf I ha cirk nf mil conn. In lh citT of Koek l.lan-t. at the Jane term, on the tint Monday June turn, at wbica time all pernon liavlnr ilaima arnimt said ee Ule are nortrted and rer-ncsied toatteiio for I he pnrpni-e nf havln-r the same atllnnted. All nor- aoita indebted to Mid mate arc reqncu.'l to naee iBtmeaiaw paeroeni to I no nnneri-;n)u. LEWIS L. M l I.U Ailiniii'atnttor. Pitted tble -."ill Jar of Jajrch. A. 1. MM. ('haaeery at Ira. STATE or II.i.lNnW, I Hoc lL-n totraTT. ' In thr rlrriiit CiMirl of Mlil liink l-litmt roiititr Tip Itir Mk tr A. U l.'UI In chancery. Bill to foreclose mortL'Mo The III, a Hawk llomeetrad I'.u iltllnir. Lrnn iiml savin-" atncliitirrn, rornnlalnatil. v.. Al h.rt W. VYadi-worth, Cir H. Wad.waTih, Kalph K, UiM-y, an4 M. I. MrCinn, defend awn. To the aVive-eari ed defendant, M. F. Mrfilnn; Aniilnvi of ynnr non-reaulen -e havlnir hern tiled In tee nttiee of the clerk of e-iiil rt'eiili coart. m lire i hervlnr U rta to yon that III alpuve nanictl i rmpl iin-iat ktin t ed la paid coirt tie hi'l of mm liUmt av ilnt Jon rn the rnann-ry pt of raid emir' ; that a aummon In thai eery ha Hi" n lMtifti In ald rar Ntrttra you. rrturnnlil ft rlw rtfri tprnt of naiil court, to hp b arni tl lioltVn at thr riMirt lione. In the city o toi-k ImunU, in iMI rmintr. on til Brt Monday of Slur A. I. mt. at whli-k lime and niece yon wi 1 mnr ir. M ail. anweror dimur u naltl bill uf cuiunlaiui ii tiiw ei n.. tiKlfir.E W. UAWIH.K. rirk. fenniita W i kkh l..lii lt.ir for .nnni'l. KiMk litiand, llliaota. March 'JK.A. D. Mil. 4 hnwrety :oilre. TATE OF II.Linnu. I HtM a Ml flHATT. i In Ihi i-irrnii rmrt nf fiitM Huck Il;ind conn'r. to ih.' Vy term A. It , IV. In chancery. Uill ro torrH-ii ae morlri-.'". Hii llim hiwk lli.iii. ti inl lliilliin-. I.onn nnd V'tiff AirtatHir. riimtilatwin. V4. Allie-t Wtiihovnrili, i i'T i II. W a.lworii,K.lpu t. Ilncy aim .ii. e. .iiritiiiii. m-r- ni:tnr. Tn Hi aonve mmiHl di r- niUnl. V T. Jfnilnn Afh'hivir of your non r-piil nrr hnvlnr; lcn Bird la iim nnire m irw ci ra or rim rirrnit cuu-t. mi im I hrrehy riven o yon I hul ihe ahnve named rnninainni Baa hlrd In "ai.l court II. hi I of com Itlaint aeiilnat yoa on h chancery ai.ie ol raid eeart; that a aumaioiia In h irrery ha lHen l aiied In id e mar ejaicat o i re'n:nanle to the belt hrm of aaid eurr. lo be Ite-iia art h.d'ien at the court hnu-r. In the rirrof I'urk Im-n:!. In alii emir ry, on the nr-t Mnnilny of Mar. A. I t"l, a' whi h time and p'are u .wi I a.xar and tileitil, ati-wer or ilcnnir i i ui.t tV:' of m iplikint If ou Ht. t.RHICltlS V liAiVHI.l:. Cli-rk. Mr!it . V i K i.,r. ., i:.m J'n. Mm k Lkiml. Illinoia. March Ii. A. II . Mil. hkweerjr etir. TATr Or Il.T.tMitH I lim a lar.aari r-raTT. I In the eirruil ronrt of Mirk l-Inn.l ronn'v. to the Mtr lira A. I. la thirrcr, Hill to torrc'r .e alnrtcaL'i. The U'a-k Hawk llometrnd Huih!in?. Ixan ft favirr '.MKIahia ciwirl nnant. n. Aloert W. Wari.nnrln. t ora II. Waiiawnrth. halph E. Ilit.y and M f. Mriinn. ileferd:inla. h o in- uhove aamed rirfenilnnt. M Mc;:nn fl;.lni of your aon rcairtenre favirr be n Hied 'n ihe i Iti -e of the r'rrk of aa.il rlicult court, no lee la herehy glm to ton thai the a tore named 'mpiiiiiiani ha filed In aa ri rourt i hill ofenm hnil n nr yon en It eh-ineeer aide of and 'urr : Unit a aunimon-In enan-erv nn. liven t. ael in .aid ean-e ajairal you. r turn;iile to the ex' term nf ealrt ciMltt. to b- heulin and holnVn 't 'he rourt bnaae In ihe cliy cl Idtck t.lantl. -: ll. I eoiintr. on Hie Drat Momlair of Mny, A.I). ,.l, a; hlch time and piece ymi will appear ml kail, unawrr or demur to s.iij bill l cum-,-iaiut If jnu aee tit t.Millf.E W. liAiB!.E.rierk. Tuck l-laril. tllimil.. .Va'ch ii, A. I. Il Mt M Ai.kKK, Solicliora lor Ci'iuprta. t hiaori otlr STATHoFILUNOla, I Him a laLaau CofSTT, ) In the Circuit t onrt of aaid Hock T.'and connte. the M y term. A. !., I.-W. In IIlioi ery. Bl I to 'TTri'w ' i r t U W i he Mi k Hawk llomeareail Hnlli.lnc. l oan n"d fiivius Aa.oemlinu. Oimiilalnant. ra. Allien W. ao.worin. or n. Hni.wi-th. Kalph liner ami at. F. Mriiinn. Ci feniliini. To the iihorr named dcfend.nt. If . V. VcKlnii? fll!nlt of your non-re.ilence havinj. hun tiled i the nflVeof te clerk of laid circuit cour;. otlca la hvrchv (tvea f ymi tint the above tmed eomiilairanl hua filed In .nln onrt Ii. t-1 1 ( eoipi.l.ilnt airuin.t you on the chancerr pulp of nil court: that a anmmon in chancerr hu bcn aiieu in aaio canae aaiu.al you n-tiimable to th ' exl torin of aaid con t. In lie b. irun unil hulilnn .! the r um honae. In the rity nf It- Ii l.iund, in Id cimntr, on the tlrat .Moniluy ' f Mar, A. I.. ' at which time and plan- on will nupear and -lead, a' awer or demur lu (aid bill of complain! i ;uii eee ni. CEOliiiK W. OAMIU.E. fcrk. wirKtrT VLru. M lictmr. for Cnmpi'ta Ibtck I. land. Illinoia. March Ml. A. It. I-S4 I HAHI I.XV KOrit K. SrTATBIiflLU.VtM)!, f Ku a I.I.AKlit nl'NTT, iM 'nlhi Circuit court of aaid comity lo the Jna- n.rr irm, a. r. iri. VHIiuni Ihiyer, Adam Borer and Jjroh Borer, ci mpl ilnania. e Mnry ji.hii-oii, John .lohn- aou. w illiam h. Jnlmeitn. Iia Ifotiut 4amee m o .oi Morire iiobiwn). Anna Ila'dm, Tleimii. Campbell. Mnrr J. Camplrcll, John T. ('unpheli. Ada Campliell. Alice 'atnphell, I harl Campbell, namttel Ca-np'.M-ll, Alb:rt Campoell. Will-nm Campbell. 1 hi.ma. 4. huh. hina. Aliwn MeKnlirht, l.aura lUL-an. Hrint n l Ou.iin. Minnie kver.. .erurlah e hcatiun t, f Kir M u Hie kni.inih. Ce'la K. Ciirrnlt, ttcnia miH lllfi.ll. Ueillpy llalf.irU, Daniel llnlford. hnrle. Bore.. rr K-Uec. Na ban llyer. Franklin hohiima. K,rat llnp .t church of the !l,ln" "d. and Kiwin U. Pnrmentcr and Th.inii. I .nii. II. exeentnra of the will of " '"wed. defer ilaula-in than- eery. Hill to art a-ide a will. Am,l.ivit of pen re.iilrr re of' defendant. Mary Jo-nm.Jniin.l.ihnw n. Willmm n Jehnaon. Ida Koliiy,B.JHn,. a Koruann. tieorae li.ii.i-oii, Anna IUr.Hi, Ihonwa J. h..hb., ,!,, y. Mr. i'"'1 1", o'?""-, "rm '"' ""-tin. Minnie ,1"'Z':?",,!', '"llaml. H,.,i,l, Urn komiilh. t l Sl-iM I!"'" ,ll'' "'. Ihrdley Hal. u V.iL?? J'" "T1, ' u,rrT K,',,rT "n" Frirklin Hol.hlna imp'euile I .,, t, Taomaa t aniple'li. Mur, 4. I aiutih.ll 4oha T Camphell Ana I amiila-ll. Alle , apltell.1 h-rlee 'ammeli. eamuel Camnln-ll, AIHrt ( imnlL.ll Willlum Campi-,,1.1 arlw Borer Vaih." "tU r Fir- Ba, !! I hnich . f ,ho 17 .., 'R'S; and f.twin B. Fanwent-r and tlioma. t'ampbel eaeeiltOT.Of Ihe Will nf ,l.rf,n A. Ike,,, cp..0H hovin le-ea a.ed In Ihe r erk . m e of tbe eli enlt court nf and c.nntr. n.,1 r, i. therefore hcrehr glre to the aall non.rcldent defe. d:u . thai Ihe c-miplalnaiile tlleo their aaiendrd hill of enaaplalat la add cnun. rm the? chai.e-rr aid' thereof, on tho i M . day of March. A. II., e... and that therraonn a all amnna leaned nut of raid court, wherein aaid ear I. now parol,,,,., te'nrea hie on the Hot Monday In Iho amtu nf Mar next. a m by law required w, anl-ae oo the aael non.ee. Ideal dafoadante abme aam.-d' Mary 4iHinaon, John Johnaon. William J. hn eon. Ma kohieoe, Jama Hnblaon. (ieorue Robl aon. Anna Hardin. Tb inae 4. Kohntns Alben I MeKnlirht. Lnura IHtuan. Bnntnal Hoiran. Minnie eea. .ernriah Whoetland, Florida bn kra.inth. olin a., (.'arntll, lleaj,imia llnlf.rrd. luixlicy Hal fnnl Daniel llalford, ar y Kclh-r 'd Frank In K inhina. ahall pertonallr be and appear before aaid circuit court oa the Aral day nf lb-next term thereof, lo be h.ddew at Boek leland la and n I lie raid connly. so the trrt Monday In May next, aad plewd. an.wer or demur to tha aaid romplai-tnat'a bill of complaint, the earn and the tnallere and thlnea therein ctimd aad ata.'o I will be takeo aa confeaeed, and ile rree entered acalaet yoa accorditur to the prayer of raid bill. . . tORO W. GAMBLE, aerk. nek faiawd. III.. March to. A. ii. ZmH Jour T. K an a out t ai.d Jagkms at Dcarr. Comp'r Hal. In the Early Days cf cod-liver oil ils use -- was limited -?3fc3&ferfz those far " r-- advanced in consumption. Science soon discovered in it the prevention and cure of consumption.- Scott's EmiilSiCi! of cod-liver oil with Hypo phosphites of lime and soda has rendered the oil more effective, easy of digestion and pleasant to the taste. Tr-rarcd hr Smtt ' LKUAL. httnecry Xotirr. STAT F. OF 1I.USOI8. Hot k 1SI l Clll Ml, "" Intheelrrult rnur: nf .laid Bouk 'ilam! cnntr to ihi Slnv lerm A. )..lj-lu chauci ry Bill to feec'oc nior'trjT''. Tho 111 k llmk llomraleid Ituililinr, Loan A r-e1iitr. A-uieinlion. romp'siniint Albert w. Wml. north. Corn H. VVadaarurth, Kalph E. liner and M. V. Mefiinn To the ilitit 6-imcil defendant. M. F. Mc fiinn: . An.dnrit n' your nnn-re.idenre having henn filed in I'-eotllce of the clvrk of auid circuit court, ii nice . her l piven to y..u l hat the nlnre luimeil renipliiin u.t Ina lileo Ju ,md r Min ita hill of omplalr t avu n.t yun on, the cha terry at ie of aid conr:: 'h it a .unili nil. in ci uiicerv hna been ia.ued In aiid cin-c spainat ;oii, re'iinmlile to the next lonn of r-ara rmut, n btt Im-l-nii nnd hnlden at the coun liiii-e. In ihe ri:y of liock l.lruid. rnM eonntr, on the flrat Monday of May A. I. I""U, at wnlrli tlTtc aril id tee roil will eppcr and plead, anewer or demur to aaid bill ol complaint it rnn are lit. .E(tnO; W. tiAMIIl.F.. Clerk. Swariirr A W i.k,u Poiiettora for 'omnl't. Uia'k I land. Illinoia, March Ss A. II. l-.tl raf-KKY XOTIV:. 8TATB (Olil, I . KnaleV. tgiNrr. ( In ihe Cirw1 Court ol .aid Hock I .lard cimi;ty, lo the May lerm A. II. ist'l. In linnrfrr. Ilan'cl It. Totu r. ai-tl a'ary K. Tutt r. rr-m-pla'imtitit.va the niiknown heir, or ri vi-cce of iVil.iam A loni, dcccanad. l hoa a. F. Wa!ton and fite ni kru wn hetre or ileriae . of Ihomaa K. Waleinn. dt ceaaed. il.-'enitunTa l!i-l in unlet Idle. To "lie alaive nanitd deft nft:in:a and each of thini : Allioavt of jocr non-n-auleiire bavin: been filed in the nhice or the clerk or atid circuit court, notice ta bereoy clven lo yon atid each of you that the above n m d c. ni-liii'iaiit. have tiled lu rai1 roer their hiil of rnmntaifit rirHin.t you on theph inccry a'tlv of .aid ci.art : thtt a eumtroue In char c-ry bite teen Ia.ued In aaid cuuieni'ainei rnu n- nrnnlil- in the next icim of aid rourt, to bj beffitn nnd hidi'i n at the ci nrt h,in.e-, in the eify of ItiM k laiard.in nid ceuntv. on the firI Montlar nf Mar A. I. t-tu. at Which time and pieci- ron will nprcrtr and ;ilc id, an. er or d -tuur lo aaid bill of ci m. la tit if ton aee til, (.K H'tiK W. tlAVlli.R.rierk. h r.T 4 Wai kkr. fol cit ir. forCompl't.. Bo k Island. Iilluoi.. Mutch 21. h. A. ll. 1-".H. JL Kiiinov Trouble? HATE 10 ISladili-r tir Uri nal Trouble? Catarrhal trouble- Do you want immediate relief anil pure? Get . . SAN JAIL Tor nale hy all dru iptfl. Keail what Dr. Snyder, formerly of Frooport. says: Chlr.ncn, VarCh7, 18! Dr. Itiirnhnm. K4 AiHm Ptrttft. ;itr: My lear lnrto' My nit iniuii wa fir.t rH ci to Sim 4ak' lat year In tbcCH f it plain .I. M. I'r Mluf of Atltnt , di , wlio wah utarKi i In thi city with rnt nfpliritin (inlHnifU kiitncvi) ardcyli it ( inlHinuHoti f Ll-tddcr). Afufin "ribtim the u ttn mm-dirs Htthmt avil. san Jaftk'i-nfl pnirintpfl. and Hip ini;nTfa.fnt wa o mirkcU uftrr ihf nnt do that a cot.iplutr curr flloi il !m Pill v, lli.it I ut once rommrncifi an liiv.'ntinltnn of lti mTltp, and hnw ttnet jtr. -wrifwrt u In nlaioKt fvcry Kmv.n limi nf tid Hy. hla 'il-r. anMhrnl. v-fcrin:il an?l cnttrriiii tmnlilfrr, followed hi vuch iu?Utncr ly Uie li.ij p et ri'ulls In my own rn-e rvtitis) Ihe riMl-rf it pave me In a ft-w U'lVP wa rimidy marvel'Mm A enn if enuivia tn my own fnmilv Wd very miirh improve!, by n frw tle, and radicully mrml in Iwn Than a week mm pratlnl ejtier tnrf tn aniimrNT of tridr it) of lt ncirrhcHa. 1 an free to av that I have f.iuad no remedy that it rnal to Win .lak." And h ie I have rever before riven a profu ion' eiiftorcnH'i.t lo a proprit iry remeily, I p :y nofM-4itnl.nr y and without rvaerv. ih it 1 roiid--r ",-an Jak" a vrit.ibie twnm to huniunttr. and aftt r apu'rinc It l the uret pnffM-iiiiul teaii, can iuy with cuntlileiice il ia better tuau it lt tecommen'led t- he. i ahall ronumic lo prearrihe it In all rinoi of LTenito ti'in ir fr rntnrrhal troubio in preference loall other known rMiiedlef. Ann ner-t inic, eaperinMvin threat)" of weak, nraemlc children, 'ran Jak' c n le relied ninin fully aiil entirely. Ihe ((linoui- tnlu of ihe iiifrtiriue )! in i favor. In pr. Htribt t' it f r children. am a pn'ent Urtint s tu .)uk" a- an alterative hi rkin d n?ae and w vera I caw') ut enrome ccxema h tvnu veiidrr o rendiir t lu Inlliienrr that I vhall cmtinau to ne it m tnii lar rM, feetiiis ronflf.ent Ihat U w it meet all the IfiUibut.omt in eiteh caM'. Vcr inrrelr, (Signed) Uko. W. mother, 31. V. Ask your Druggist for Lome ref orrnccs. PARKERS' TtZashea Zvorytlilrg From a Pit Silk Eavndkarchlcf to Oiietia Tent. Lacs Cnrtalroa Specialty, No. 1724 Third Ave. A. M. & t. J FcVRKIR.- Telephone No. 1214. W329U.!rA r iR!:srra0,v ' rRtSTC LABOR THE VICTOR In That Contention on the Union Pacific Road. i JUDGE CALDWELL rAVOES THE MEN, And Simply Lenvra the lleceivrra Not a Leg to Stand On A IlccisionThat Knock the Jenkina and Uuody Fiata Completely Ont of Sight and Ciivra Orsauizetl Labor a Trinmph Two I'aaaaicea That Are Very Important and Cover. a Good Deal Ground. , Omaha, April B. Oraanizp'l labor won ils greatest victory when in tlm I'nitcil States circuit court .Tuile Henry C. CnM tcll IiiiiiiIimI down his ilet ifinn in the l"n lon I'acitic wn;e m lieilule contest. In tbe litfral opinion tins declaration of the court stands out prominently: "A corporation is organized capital; it is capital consisting of money mid property. Organized labor i organized labor; it is capital consistinij of brains nnd muscle. What it is lawful for one to do it is lawful for the other lo do. If it is lawful for the htockholdcrs and of ficers of a corporation to associate and con ter together for the purpose of reducing the wages of its employes or devising some other means of making their invest ments profitable, it is equally lawful for organized labor to nssociate. consult, and colifer with a view to maintain or increaso wages. Both net from the prompting of enlightened selfishness, and the action of both is lawful when no illegal or criminal means are used or threatened." Another Iniirortant Hei-laration. Another declaration also will attract the attention of men who hold stock in corporations, lleferring to the anxiety of the receivers to manage the property economically Judge Caldwell said: "The court shares iu their anxiety to have an economical administration of this trust to the end that those that own the prop erty and have liens upon it may get out of it what is fairly their due. But to ac complish tuts desirable result the wages of the men must not tie reduced below a reasonable nnd just.comiiciisnuou for their services. They must lie paid lair wages, though in' dividends are paid on the stock and no interest paid on the Ibiihis. It is a purtofthe public history ol liie country, of which the court will take judic ial no tice, that for the first r;M..iiio.noo of stock issued this com pti 11 y received less than "J cents on the dollar and the prolil of con struction represented by outstanding bonds was Mtl.'.C.I.Il'JS.IH. There would seem to lie no equity in reducing the want's of the employes below what is reasonable anil ji'Mt in order to my dividends on stock and interest on bonds of this character." Criticism by Attorney Tliur.ton. General Attorney Thurston, lor tho re ceivers, asked what he had to say in re gard to the opinion of the court, replied: "'I he decision relieves the receivers and rarinngers of the road of great responsibil ity. 1 think evcrylxidy concerned is glail t have the court take the responsibility, as a reduction, in wages is always neces sarily unpopular with the men mid dis agreeable to the ninungei's. 1 had hoped that if the court found the old schedules were just and ordered their continuation it would tinier n restoration of the pay of all the unorganized employes who were n!Vi":ted by the rut of Sept. i. If this ef fort to reduce the wages of the organize" employes was not justified neither was it iu the case of unorganized labor, and unless nil employes are to share iuthe burdens of the changed conditions it is manifestly tin j list to make any one class do so."; S'tsopsia nf the Opinion. I:i brief thtt opinion, continues iu force the present rules and regulations govern ing the road -except where modifications nie made voluntarily. Il modifies the or ders of Judges Dundy, Itiuer and liitliett made on the wage cases t lie former order ing the receivers to put. the new rules and regulations in force, the hitter restraining the enforcement of the new schedules (eixliiiga hearing between the receivers mid the men. It lays down strinueut rules as to intoxication on the part of the em ployes, who are held to be servants of the court. Anl it lays down new principles of arbitration iictwecti the contending lorces of wage and capital. In'ing in direct opposition to the opinion of Judge Jeukins in the Northern I'acilic wage matter, llluek K.ye for the Kcocivcra. The court room was thronged with rail road men at the hour set for the rendering of the decision. There were few prelimi naries before Judge t'aldwell liegan the reading. As the opinion proceeded the faci s ut the Union I'acilic oliicials lctigt h encd, while those nf the employes grew roseate ns they saw the drift of the derision and begun to realize what a remurkable victor was in store for them. At its con clusion the silence Ixteame oppressive, and until Marshal White declared a recess not a movement was made, on the part of the spectators to bleak the sell. THE "MEAT" OF THE DECISION. Contracts Must He Kept by Corporations I'ralae for the 31 en. Judge Caldwell read the opinion, in which Judge Kiucr concurred. It begins with the statement that the rules, regula tions and schedules governing the rela tions of the corporation and the men had been in force ninny years, and were t he re sult of free and voluntary conferences be tween the labor unions ami the railway officials; the labor organizat ions, like the rules, etc., had become established insti tutions on the road, ami among the rules was otic that no change iu the same or the rate of wages should lie made with, out giving the men thirty days' notice. Instead of giving the notice the receivers hail gone into court nnd .obtained a new schedule without giving the men a hear ing, thus lieitig the first tn break the con tract. This wns a fundamental error. These unions had received the commenda tion of two of the ablest railway men this country had ever produced S. II. II. Clark und Edward Dickinson; they had improved the moral und elliciency of the men and rendered valuable aid in putting into force and perfecting the rules of the Union I'acilic, which huve confesscaiy mude it one of the best managed railways in the country. The receivers hnd declared to the court tbnt after careful consideration of the matter and consultation with the manag ing oUicuds of the Union I'acilic system they were of the opinion that the so-callud rules, regulations and schedules ot pay for train dispatchers nud operators were en tirely unnecessary. And yet it is found that under these very rules the railway has Just reported to the court and hnd conlh-med a modilicatiou of the rules, regulations aud schedules of the operators and train dispatchers under the very tm the receivers had declarer! unneces sary. The schedule wns one of the most difficult in the whole lot. "An essential and indispensable requisite to tho safe and successful oiieration of the road is the employment of sober, intelli gent, experienced, aud capablu men for that purpose. When a road comes under t he management of a court in which the employes are conceded to possess all these nullifications, and that concession is made iu the fullest manner here, the court will not. upon light and trivial grounds, dis pense with their services or reduce their wages. And when the schedule of wages in force at the time the court assumes the management of the road is the result of a mutual agreement between the coin mu 7 nnd the employes which litis been in fores for years, the court, will presume the sched ule is reasonable nnd jtit, and any one disputing that proposition will be required to overthrow it by satisfactory proof." THE MATTER OF INJUNCTIONS. They Create a Wrong Impression as to tho I'oner of the I.nw. The judge also said: "The receivers were the first to break the contract be tween the court, aud its employes; but if the converse had been the case the court could nut hnve directed or enjoined the men to continue in its service. Specific performance of a contract to rentier per sonal service cannot be enforced by injunc tion, by pains anil penalties or by any other means. The period of compulsory personal service, save as a punishment for crime, has passe;! in this country. A system ot rules and regulations lry wliich the company has been able to bring into its service and retain for tiveuty-fivc years, in some instances, the class of men who have appeared before the court at this hearing is certainly commendable i,iid meets the entire approval of this court. "in the opinion ol the court the allow ances made by the schedules now in force are jiist and etiuitahie. The employes under the present system share the bur dens of diminished business. When prop erty is in the hands of receivers t he law declares it to be a contempt of the court iipfiointine- tl.cni for any icrson to inter teivviiiii the property or with the men iu their employ. No in junction order can make such unlawful interference any more of a contempt than the law makes it without such onler. isiich orders have au injurious tendency b?caui' they tend to create the impression among nun that t is not an offense to interfere with property in possession of receivers or wit h the men in their employ iinh.-s they have been es pecially enjoined from so doing. "This is n dangerous delusion. To the '.vtent that a special injiiin : ion can go in this class of cases t lie law itself imposes hu injunction, l-'or this reason no in junc tional order wiU be entered in this case." In conclusion Judge Caldwell said. "We may le indulged in given expression to the hope that in future differences about, wages between courts and their employes at least, and we would fain hope between all employers and employes, resort may be had to reason and not to passion, to the law and not to violence, to the courts and not toastnke. It is a reproach to our civili zation that such dill'erencjs .should result, us they often have, in personal violence, rss of life, destruction of property, loss of wages 10 the men und loss of earnings to the employer, and v.hen they occur on great lines of railroad, great damage and inconvenience to the public. Among, the formal orders made after the reading of the opitiiou was one declar ing, that grievance committees authorized to represent the engineers shall have ac cess to the oliicials for the cornddcrut iou of cases of violation of rules or regulations.' A preamble and .-csolutions Wire adopt, ed by the engineers" hoard of adjustment which, after slating the case, declares that the judge's opinion inaugurates a new era nud establishes a sovereign remedy for the adjudication of lalmr troubles; gives organized labor couipiete judicial recogni tion and pledges the engineers to induce as tar as they can all laboring men to yield a cheerful o'-cdicm-e tuthe order made and perpetuate the principles established; also that the resolutions be read once every three montlis in every division of the or dir. l-atter llay Saint, hi Council. IAM'iM, la., April ii. -Large numbers of people are gat licrint; from every part of the country to attend the Latter Day Saints conference. Some of the ofiicial's have been here several day- and have been employed iu arniugii'.g business in order to expedite tile business of the session, llepresen'atives from Australia. England and Wales are present and a host of visitors and delegates from everv part of the United States and Canada. Thinks ol Inviting the I'reaulelit. MlNNKAlMLls, .Minn.. Ai.ri! 1; ri,.. Journal says that 1'resident J. J. Hill has u plan on foot to invite 1'resident Cleve land nud a distinguished oilicial party lrom Washington, including the river anil harbor committees of the houses nnd as many other memlicrs as possible, to make the initial trip uu his huge steei steamship the "Northwest," which is next month to inaugurate the Northern Steamship Liues Bullulo-D-iluihM.-rv.ee. Total Vole in i;iioile Island. I'lioviui-MK, April i,.-The total vote or this state ut the elect iou was for gov ernor: Brow n, Republican, .'i,s44; Baker Democrat, ...WI; Brown's plurality 5.KJ.' Ihe ucw le-iklatiue, which :s ; re-elect a fcticcessor to United States Senator Dixon stands; Kepulilicaus, Kl; Democrats f The Democratic strongholds, Newport I'ilwtucket, SScituate. Cumberland and liverten, returned Uepubiic.in phuahlies. (iiiuriuitiuvil in a Vacant Lot. Omaha. April O.-Two men walked into the ollice ot the health commissioner ju the city hull and announce! that they had femaiipox. The iusptor march-a them :uto a vacant .ot next door and mouute i BUiird over them until Health Cummis iriouer suville arrived, who pronounced the inscase genuine smull-Dx. Their names ure Ciay llatum-jii an J Will r-icwart, ot Chicago. Itoomiiig .Hrlviulcy in Kausas. Tul'KKA, April C-At the opening of the Bepublicau league s'.ate convention here 1'resident Hoch's reference to -McKiuley us a candidate for president was greeted w-tb cheer after cheer. The enthusiasm was in creased by the unveiling ot a picture of Ohio e governor, concealed by a tU. Derided iu iuvor of n Strike. COLUM Ill's. O., April 0. -The state con vention of mine worker, has d-cided iu fa vorof a genera: strike May 1, uules, me operators restore the old scale. Virulent Cholera in l'uluntl. WAltbAW, April C- Cholera of a virulent tyiw is raginr; in Czenstochow, Poland a place ot about a.UJti inhabitant on the Prussian frontier. The town has been quuruutiueil. ABBREVIATED TELEGRAMS. Ihinphy of New York has introduceil a bill in tbe house for a commission of ex perts to report on the feasibility of coi.-i-truetinK n boulevard from the Atlantic to the Pacific, The state conference of the Dubs Kvangelic.il church in session at B n riug tou, Lis., has adopted a resolution chang ing it name to the United Kvause!:cal church, thus avoiding threatened prosecu tion by t he 01 her faction of the church. Kx-Priest Slattery lectured against the Komau Cathr.lic church at San Francisco nnd was only saved from being mobbed by n strong guard of A P. A. men. Mrs. Tater, n wealthy widow of Kvans ton, Wyo., wet.t to jail rather than pay a claim ot -ej." clatined by the iedminis tratorof her husband's t-tate. The Chicng ) Iki.it 1 of elec ion rommis tioi.ers has gi,en the certificate of election to the ollice of assessor ol the south town to Henry Best, the 1,'cpublicai; candidate. The friends of his opponent Stuckart claimed that the latter was elected. Best's plurality was put at 2X. Professor Henry Welles, a Brooklyn spiritualist, was locked up in a cell of the most approved pattern lor druukenness. Iu a tew hours he had completely disap peared, nobody knows how. The family of 1" rank Myrthen, at Kock ford, Iiis , va toimd in a starving' condi tion. The father, mother and children hud subsisted for several weeks on blood J.rcsure 1 by thcia Bum a iicig,hbor;::!5 daughter house. Patti and Nico'.ini are reported to be at cdtls, and a divorce slut may be the result The Uiva is said to have cut down her husband's ail'jwauce. KtJKE?! tWJO S'JFFEa pam tm !i month, can find relief v,w aad curd in Br. Pierce's '-y fr. , ... , '" """ 'J-dA monthly function, ,yTtV braces up the oxhaust'-d. Os vSU -", inv. ni.ni .:ni tieiieow; 011113 s unu. bcuishis ull Nervous tWckncss, Spasms, Hysteria, nts. chorea. or M. itus s T, 1. 1 l-'aiii-u; cer es HeaK- sj I V. nesses. Bearing V.. - - -rVDdtt-n Soilsnt ion Backache Catarrhal Infiunuuation, Ulcera tion anil kindred rnuhdios. For tiio-v i.bot:t to become mothers, it is a T'r-"i I'.'s.--. lioric. for it lessens the pain and penis of childbirth, .shortens "lalsir" and the period f c.mfiuetiH-iit, and promotes the reel. -tii -n of an a'uuuduiice of nourishment for the et::!d. Thomas Tniiu.wix., of linVertttlalf, Pn, sayj: "I c iiu,,i; cut;.ientlv express to vou icy cratim-i" lor the tawnf your 'Favorite I'ntcnpiion ' has CKifcrrcd upon my uaut(D- of Lit'- rh, h::q f-tt-Tcred no ruin whatever. It issnnpiy inarielous." I PROFESSIONAL CARDS. i ATtOKXEVS. j U. C. OlSSEliT. n. T). CONXElXV. j Ccnnelly & Ccnaelly, ' Attorneys at Law. j Oriirp second Hour, over aiilciiel! & T.yudCs bunk. Money to loan. I Jacksoa & Hurst. Attorneys at Law. j Cfuic in IlocS Island National Kai k baildins. . D. BWCBXEV. C. L. WALKEK. Sweeney &z Walker, Attorneys and C'ouiiccllors at Law. Oalce in Ilrngstnu'e lilnrk. Charles J. Searle, At torni'y at Law. Ureal basilic rf a 1 kindr promptly stter.ded to. tiia'e's Attiimi cf lioik Island couuty. Uillce, I otluflire Ulnck. HcEairy 6c JiIcEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loan mo cy on pood sicarity; make collec tion., llcfcrctiee, Mitchell & LTniie, bankers. Oftiee, 1'ostotH e ll.'neU. ih;xtists. K. I-I. Pearce, Dentist. .RoomS.! in Mitchell & Lynde'e new Building. Take elevator. Hawthorne & Silvis, lcntists. No. 1V10 second Avenue, 7cr Krell & Math. Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker, Dental Surgeons. Mitchell &Ljunv'e Block. Koome31. Take I'llVMClANS. Dr. A say. riivsician and Surjreon. t 11S1, Third Avenue. Telephoue, B70. office Uours: 1 lo 4 p. m and at night. J. s. EOLi.o ni-sn, m. d. u. e. BauTH, m. i. Drs. Earth & Hollowbnsh, Physicians aud Surgeons. Cihcc 40Slrdet. Telephone 10f w-eiUcnct 741 Bint it- litis orrici aorns: Dr. Earth lr, UollowbnRh V to 10 v m, I 10 to ta a. m, 1 to and 7 to H p. m, S to 6 aud 1 to 8 p. m Dr. Chas. M. Robinson, Kye, Ear, Nose and Throat Only. Ollice, Mcl'ullooph Baildir,-.-, 1S4 W. Third St., Davenport. Iowa. Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1-tol p. m. AKCH1TKCTS. Edward L. Haxnmatt, Architect. 0flic. Room 4!, Mitchell 4 Lynde Building. Geo. P. Stau&uhar, Architect, riuns and snperiutendence for ail clara of Buildings. Rooms til aud 05, Mitchell & Lynde Building. Take cle-ratjr. CITY OKFICKKS. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. Cnford Block, over Kingnburr'a store. ZOA-PHORA, "OiSIAStS Of WOUftrl ft?J3 CHILDREN," a book avir-a dollars, tent staltt Jot lee. Bender, snTerirfi from any eonvtaint l.M-nliar tn the female . 7.n. p.., . worth cvetrytliiuje ti )n. ji tiers f,.r advice, r.mrked "Consnltine b. p;1n, . ' I oern byonr jihysichius only. .lA-l'IIiRA(o, II. J. COLS AX, Ker Kithri , " :,T" It will Pay you to Call and get our Low prices before buying. Contractor and Builde 0?502T5, S:ob3j3o 8alco: ;t0H.E SIILA.VEK, Proprlelor. lsn Second l.Ter,ue, Ccrntx of Sixteenth Street, v 0-.-poelte Hi-rort Thestre. hs choicest Wine. Licuors. Beer and Cigars siwavs on H Prea Lnnrh Bverr Da Kundmchna Fnrr.lr'.oooti S-vjr: No lee THE 1101X1, STATE SAVI1TGS BAKE. EXolice, 111. Ottee Comer riTtcef.Ui atrcat nnd Tttrd A CAPITAL jB100.POO.C0. eocceorJe the Uoline Savinea bans. Ursan'.sed lit 5 PerCElT ISTELT iAlD (IS H70STS. Oreacuced nndcr Stttc Llw. Open from 8 a. m. to 3 p m.. and M cdnemlij and Saturday nights rroniTto tpm Prea! dent Vicc-lTe.dfcUt Caetder 11- A AlVwiGra J. P. Heme k wat, StBSCTOU: Porter Pktnner. W. W. Wella. C. A. Boee, r . A Atnrworto, G. H. Kdirde, . a. Ai'.i:a. Andrew Fr twrjr, ym q,., , Uran Dailins. Western Invest;:: onts OUARAUTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS nude lor iinvate pfTrtlea In tho aardan pot ot tilt weal bf the Orchard State Bank or orchard, Nebraska . K. W. Oabt, Pretidcnt. f. S. Dakt Car tiler. REFERENCES. Mitchell & Lj-nde. Er.nkemi Bank. Kobu-"-, hier Hock Island ational t. C. Carter. M. D. -Henry Daii' Sona, Wholesale Groera. Uorresoondcnce eoliciud. B. WIKTER, Wtoleeile Dealer and Importer of Wines and Liquors 1616 and 1618 Third Are Pemiv-s to C I R L S a i,ui, development aud thus rr vrnl. i . . 'n weaknea. -'ng Sustains and no. .the li, (r), . Watncn. l'.jrlmusli.i - and iirrvccts pml.-suK. " ", nre VtihtilntUii . . .,,, Hess, IHTVous breakin" ',. pn vrntinr in.aniivi, ,r.,t Vhaugir of IJfc, ;.uii "i ' happy old use. Rock Island Buggy Go., -MAXUFACTUKEKS OF- i r- Buggies, Spring and Farm Wagons Factory and Ware Rooms on Mxtccnih eueet l.eV.i t 1 irstaLd Second ai.t. e . Retail trade epc-cikllv so J. SPILGER, a. a Shop, Holly Bosa IIocso. Residence. 410 Seventh stree; "PI VS orrr-- 1 rsa, ru"r-!.--T.-- .... r-,,i -:i.s.i.s. .l!i: s irt;., tii Ii.:..:;iai:a:ion, tl.--ilsfc-v jmrr. th-.tore. I.f.lo-i 1a..;e rm;' 1 ciel or-su"'-ArAfrt I C 4-sves Ileln-l u; out ; f. r 'o!i! in lleuil. rxrZ' ' I tSP -'-";y i' ' '' .' !, i. - .- i,u:-i:n 0..r.w. 7J,f'. j L-iiay-1 T '" i-?-v-'--s-- iir Bui. ii i-x-ii a-?.F t ' -c y- lXSUItAXCE. k. D. KUES'ING . w SajJ. ..mc rua,w 4r -Insurafico Ager RepreMcta. amonr other time-tried an known Fire Insurance Comjmnie., the folic R"T1 Ineoraree romimBv. of Enr'and. Wesche-ter Fire Ine. Vin.n. of X. V. HciTulo Qerman Ivf. Crmpany. Butfkio. Hoetei-ter Uennau Ins. Co.. hocbeeter. fitri W Ira. Co., ot I'ittsbunj, Ta. cn Fire Ol-ire, Ixindim. I'nien Ine. Co-, of Caiif rrnla. seeanty Ins. Cu Nrw Uaven. rnnn. Miiwaukee Hectuuuca Ins. Co., Mtlw. In German Fire In. Co, of Peoria,! II. Office Cor 18th St. and 2d A Kock Island. Established 1868. "THE OLD RELIABLE. HAYES & CLEAVELA 6EKERAL ikes tm Reptesenticg orer 40 Millioo I) ot Cash aict8 Fire Life. Tornado. Accident, Marir Kmployer's Lis INSUKAMJE. Bonds of Suretyship. OFFh-'E BengetoB a hlocr Hork ! tartlecare oar rates ; they win inter J.. M. BUFOFi General . . . Insurance Age , Tb ol4 Tin and Time-triea Co reptaaaaMd. Losses Froaptlv ' Batat aa kvwaa aay ra'Sabla ceaapacj caL Komifatrimaf It aoUdwd.