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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1894.
INSURANCE. A. D. HUESING, Real Estate- AND -Insurance Agent- Kspreeeata, amoat other time-tried and wrl kaotrm fire lasnnuwe Conpaalrw, the foltnwlnp oral tnsnrinea fYwipan-, of Borland. fl fflwll Fire In,. 4'mftpani. of N V. Fnffam German ln. Company. Ilnffalo, T Rnenter l.rrtnaa In. Cn., ho. h est or, N, V. I'ttlarna' In. 4 ..,nl I'utshnric. I, Cn Fin-Omen, London. l'NtMl iBSSJenf k.ffWTlU. - fterurlty in. Nr listen. Cons . Milwaukee KtaMK lu. Co.. Milwaukee Manama fin Int. Co., of Peoria,t II. Office Cor 18th St. and 2d Ave. Rock Island, III ritablishod 1868. "THE.OLDRELIABLE." . 1TAYXS & CIXAVELAND OBXEBAL nun MIT. RcprctcDtinit orrr 40 Million Dalian of Cm& uku rir i.ir. Tornado. Accident. Marine, Employer's LtaLUlt- fNSURAXCE Bonrt cf Suretyship. orriv'a Benrrtoa'B biota Hock Is' aad, I'.Jt, InfaecBra war raise; ikej iU interest you. J. M. BUFORD, General . . . Insurance Aent Tti old rife and Tme-trtea Companies represented. Losses Promptly Paid. Rates v Iowa an reliable company cu affon Tar PaJmnare la anllrtted. THEUOLINL STATE SAVINGS BANK. Moline, HI. eOsa Corbet Tl!lam slroat aid ThutJ at CAPITAL SI 00.000.00. accesd the Hollc Sarlnn Ilicc Organised W. I Mm WiUJSl PUD .DEPOSITS. Organised nsder State Laws, Opea from I a. a. to 1 n m.. and Wednesday aad Saturday night from? to Spa marxa limn, riemflert H. A. Arnswnaxa. . . Vlca-Preatdect J. w. Buunif, . Varhler Plastrons i Porter Skinner, W.W. Wells, . A. Knee, K . A. Alnswortn, O. U. Bdwarda. W. 1L A dun., Andrew Fribera;, v.. r. Bemcaway, li.ram DarHus. Western Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS Bad for prorata parti en In the tardea pot oi is. west bjr the Orchard State Bank of OMTUARO. KEBRASKA. X. W. Dan, President. t. B. Dabt Cashier. KBPXREKCB9. Prheli A Lynda. BaBkrr. S. T, Kobtaaon, Cashier Hock lalaad atloca! Bank. ().C. Carte. . D. saBry ixut'e Bona, wholesale Gra era. I (olicluM . TWENTY Mil AGO. MR. JOIIX O'HOIKUE, M Motile Tempi., Iiavenpirt. lima. I was tor 20 rears I could not pot no air through" mr nostrils; tried ffvrrj llnd of catarrh cure, but could only breathe through ruy mouth. Two Tears ago I took one month's treatment at Scott's Medi cal Institute. I am cured and have stayed C-U-K-K-D." EVEUT CI RABLE DISEASE TREATED. Scott Medical Institute, Kl Brad; Street, Davenport, Iowa, Ore Aawrlcaa Express Co. SPIT! tAl.TIKS-CaUrrti. Ere, Kar. Koae. Thnmt. I.nnir; Nenrooa diseaava, Skla dtfcaae. Ckronlc Hikimi. OPPICE llol'RS-S lo 11 a. m- to 4 p. 7 teS p. at. Wu hnndara tbe olBce will be open f reea a. at. to IS, S w 4 p. aa. What a - f mi - a Lovely COHPLEXIO Struck by the surpassing fairness of some quickly vanishing Beauty, how many hundreds of times you ni' sister, have made tbe above, re mark to your friend as -ou passed along thectreet; hut did you once top and ponder how that complex ion which 3'ou fo greatly admired was acquired, and how a similar one might be secured for yourself? A lovely complexion can only be obtained by the use of that incom parable preparation for beautifying and preserving the skin Empress Josephine Face Bleach. It removes wrinkles and sallow ness and imparts to old and faded complexions the tint of the Blush Kose. It cures Freckles, rimrdco TSn Sunburn, Eczema, Acne, aad all' other diseases of the skin. n11 drniJsAita .... Pjlcti 7T For sale l.v T. II. Thorn,, ir.fio Second, avenue and 200 Seventeenth street. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. a. c. coxskLLT. a. 1). CONNELLY. Connelly & Connelly, Attorneys at Law. OlBce eerond floor, over Mitchell k Lyodt-'s bank. Money to loan. Jackson & Hurst. Attorneys at Law. Offlre is Rock Inland National Bank bnildin". . n. ewtKXcr. C. L. WALKER. Sweeney & "Walker, Attorneys and Counctllors at Law. Ofllre In Beng!ntfe Clock. Charles J. Searle, . . Attorney at Law. Lreal hntinesa of a'l kind promptlr attended to. Stac'a Atlornrr of Rock Itlund conmy. OITlce, I-oatofflce Block. Mc'Enlry &c McEniry, Attorneys at Law. Loan mKry on (rood aeenrity; make collec tion!. Itcferenoc, alltcbcll A Lrnde, backers. Office, Postoffl e Block. rENTISTS. R. M. Pearce, Dentist. Room 33 In Mitchell A Lynde'o new Bailding. Take elerator. Hawthorne & Silvis, Dentists. No. 1T1C Second Avcnnc. orer Krell St Math'a. Drs. Bickle & Schoemaker, Dental Surgeons. Mlichell A Lyndc'i Block. Room J 31. Take oieeator. IIIVSIt'lANS. Dr. Asay. rbysician and Surgeon tl.1l. Third Avenue. Telephone, 1170, otuce Iiimr: 1 to 4 p. m and at night. J. A. BOLLOWBCSH, . D. a. E. BiBTB, . D Drs. Barth & Hollowbush, Thysicians and Surgeons. C Rice 40s 23rd rt. kaaidesce 71 Slat at. Telephone 1M!S M 1 ImM optics aoraat Dr. Iiarh i Dr. llollowh-if h teiinsm. I I0tnua.ni. 1 losaud 7 to 8 p.m. I s to band? to bp. ax. Dr. Chas. M. Robinson, Kye, Ear, Xose and Throat Only. Ofllce, McCnllonch Bnlidlnc. 1S4 W. Third St., Imenport. Iowa, lloum; S to 11 a. m.,f-U4 p. m. A KCU ITECTS. Edward L. Hammatt, Architect. Office. Room 41. Mitchell A Lynde Bnildlng. Geo. P. Stauduhar, Architect. Plana and superintendence for all clane of BulidinK. Room. M and 05, Mitchell A Lynde Bnlldlna:. 1kt elevator. CITY OKKICEKS. W. A. Darling, City Engineer. Bnford Block, over Kiacsburyt store. John Volk: 5c Co. -qxmskaL CONTRACTORS HOUSE BUILDEIIS. Manufacturer of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring Wainscoating, And all kinds o wood work for bilhters. Eighteenth St. bat Third aad Fourth eTennea, . MOCK I8LARD mm GOT M INJUNCTION. Great Northern Strike Takes on a New Phase. STRIKERS RESTRAINED BY A JUDGE A Move That Doesn't Seem to Trouble Howard, the A. It. V. Man Polnta of the Restraining Order Culmination of the Tie-np at the Twin Citlea Stoppage of Trains Cont innes A Sn prrintendent Who Forcibly Objected Arrested. - .n Pt. Paul. April i;.-The onVr for the men to strike at Minneapolis ha been issiie.1. ItntflrstreaJfor7t'clockin the murninp, but was later chanl for 1 o'clock. That will mean that the entire systom will be tied np unless the restrain ing order of the courts can get it running at once. ST. Taul, April l'J. -The temporary re straining ortter issued by J iulj'e Sanborn against the Grcut Northern strikers calls for a hearing in this city on April 27, at which time the leaders of the strike are to show cause why they should not be permanently restrained from "disabling or reuderiuK in any way unlit for immedi ate and convenient use any engines, cars or ether properry of the Great Northern ltailroad company used by it, or kept for Use iu interstate commerce, the carrying of mails or government supplies or from interfering inanymiiner with the pos session of any loeon; tit ivcs, cars or other property of the said Cre.it Northern Kail road coniany. or in its custody for use in such commerce or carrying; and from in terfering in any manner by force, threat or intimidation with men who desire to continue in the service of the liroiJt North ern Uailroad cotnp.tny. Must Not Interfere with Scalm." The order also restrains the strikers "from interfering with men employed by the said Great Northern company to take the places of those, who (juit the service of t!;e company; and from interfering aud obstructing the o)eration of any portion of said railroad engaged in such cotnmerce and carrying; and the running of engines and trains thereon and thereover as usual; and from interference with the telegraph system of said railroad and generally from interfering with the ollicers, nuents or cm- ployes of eaid company, and from inter fering w;th or intimidating passengers or shippers." Tnis restraining order was turned over to deputies by the I'uited States marshal and they went out iu force on two trains. These trains had an engine at each end, so ' that even if the strikers wished to interfere they would find some difficulty iu doing it. However, no interference with these trains has liceu reported, although the men still continue to prevent other trafiic along the line. Strikers Not Interfering nilh Trains. The securing of the order, it is said, will precipitate things here and at M:niiea;xlis, and the report is that the men will soon go out in liotU cities which will miike the strike complete over tiie hole line. Vice President Howard, of the A. It. V., said that the restraining order did not atfect them iu the least f..r the reason that tiny were orderly and had no ii.tcntiou of in juring the company's j. roierty. Aside irom the issuing of the strike order and the sending it out along the line of the road on special trains carrying deputy mnr shals, there hua been nothing of particular interest or novelty in the day's develop Incuts. The road is still tied up and it yet remains to be seen how the restraiuing or der will act. Kcports and Howard Don't Agree. lieports received iu this city from points along the line of the Great Northern are a good deal of the same tenor. The men are announcing their peaceable intentions and at the saiuetimepreventingthemovenient of trains. This dovs not require great vio lence, liecause there is no great attempt to resist the strikers. North Dakota point supplied with mail aud provisions over the Great Northern are complaining vigor ously over their isolation, and Lariniore managed to secure lioth by means of a railroad velociede. At Wilmar, ilinu., the iireuiea surrendered their charter in the brotherhood aud all joined the Amer ican Kailwny Union, and the correspondent at that point adds thlit the engineers are following iu their footstep". It, is just the other way at Crookstou, where the meu re fuse to have anything to do with the strike until ordered out by their brotherhood. Trains were moving without orders at Fergus Falls. Arrested a Superintendent. Superintendent Winters, who lost his temier and struck a striker in the face with his lantern for interference nt Ureck inridge, is on treat there. Fisher, Minn., fears a famiue, stocks of groceries being light. At Fargo a similar order to that issued in thia city was obtained lrom Judge Thomas, of the United States court. Three unsuccessful attempts were made to start a train at Moonhead. At Grand Forks all was quiet. The passengers who reached Great Falls on the last train live days ago have been cared for by the com pany, but have received their last mals from that source, the company notifying them to tuut ellect, I'rotertiug the Company's I'roKTly. The Spokane strikers have a patrol along the lines at that point who do double duty. While protecting the company's property they are also watching to see that no non union men arc run iu on them. At Seattle the striken are in full control aud are Very conudent of the result. They say that they can get uloug without the brother hoods. WHAT THE COMPANY CLAIMS. Only Need Protection lor Tlio e Willing to Work At St. Cloud. The company claims that it has the as surances of the meu on the different branches of the service that they are ready to move traius and discharge their duties if they can be protected. The company has received offers from hundreds of meu who want work, but has taken no steps to replace the meu in its employ. At St. Cloud the attorney for tbe rail way wauted the county ollicials to see that no oue interferes with the United Slates marshal when he attempts to protect the trains, but the county ollicials refused, ar guing that they were not bound to assist the marshal iu carrying out his orders, they being state officers. The ollicials, however, said that if vio lence was attempted warrants could be is sued for assault, which was as far as they could go. Au attempt was made at b o'clock to make up toe train for Wilmar, bat the strikers objected and thdaVngine was returned to the round house. The train with the marshals has arrived at St. Cloud, and the injunction has been served on the local president of the union. The strikers are now awaiting legal advice as to what they shall do. Preparing fur the Coinutonwealrra. WASIIIMiTOX, April 1!. While the po lice authorities of Washington are not tmikiug known their plans in advance they are laying active preparations to re ceive General Coxey and his commonweal army. Two members of the detective branch of the force, Ollicers (jiiinlan and Ifcryd, were sent to join the army at Cum berland Saturday. 1 heir business will be to make the a quaintance of any crimi inals who may lie ciiit-d in the ranks and to learn the true inwardness of the movement, if it conceals any sinister tie signs. And Now Here Comes Itiiflaln. BfFFALO, April 111. liuila'.o will have a delegation nt Washington wheu Coxcy'e commonweal gets there, but it will not lie made up of men who have walked. There is a movement on foot hero to organize a company of men who are iu sympathy with the avowed objects of Coxey 's army. These men will be joined by a company from Rochester aud will go to the capital by train iu time to joiu in the protest against interest-Waring bonds ami the other things Coxey considers obnoxious. Inheritance Tux Law Invalid. LassIXU, Mich., April l'J. By unani mous opinion of the Michigan supreme court the Dor.tn inheritance tax law, has been declared unconstitutional. The act was passed by the last legislature. It provided a tax of 5 er cent, on all prop erty of the value of ."' and upwards, in herited by corporations or collateral heirs, and a tax of 1 pi-r cent, on inheri tances of lineal heirs of Sr.lK and up wards, the revenue from boUi to go int the state's general fund. Killed In a IVeuliar Manner. Milwaukee, April 111. William Apel, employed at the yards of the Standard lirit k company on Clement avenue, was killed while at, work there iu a peculiar manlier, ile was engaged iu propelling a w iieelbarrow when he slipped anil fed over the wheel I Kir row. The handles flew up, one of them striking him over the heart W ith such force as to produce iu slaut death. Lynched by Lukiiowu Men. Cincinnati, April l'J. A Commercial Gazette special from Lewishurg, Tenu., says: Henry Montgomery, a negro, waa lynched by unknown men, one mile north of her.'. Montgomery had just served a term for larceny and had threatened to burn the homes cf several white meu. lie l'lMt-u with a rin!gun. Siorx ClTV, la.. April IU. Freddie John son, living southeast of t.vtvu, was shot and instantly killed while playing with a shot guu in a neighbor's granary. The Weather Wc .May Expect. Washington. April hi. The folloa-in are the weiitlnT indications for tw.nty-four hours from s p. la. yesterday: lor Indiana :al Illinois Local ruins; winds shifting to westerly: cooler tonight. For Alichican Threatening weather, with h,-ht r.iiu: south easterly win--!-, increasin'i iu ItTce; enelcr tiuutrt.t. Fur Wisconsin TnrvatcBintr, weath er aud raiu; winds stilting to uorihwesteny; too'.er this eveuiu-'. Fur Iowa lxtal ra.us; r.iuds shift itjt to north westerly aud courier. MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. New York 1 inaiu lal. Niiw Vouk, April 18. Money cn call easy. Ultcred at 1 percent. 1 nine mercantile, paper jer cent, ster liinr exchange ateiwly w th actual business in hankers' lulls at v'4."i ss'.s ior demand and 4? ( 4-7'4 for sixty nays: posted rates 4-stvj, IcV'-". Commercial bills 4-1.7 si'j. Silver certilicares t34 hid; no sh;s; bar silver CI. Mexican dollars iol4. United Stat' bon is, 5"s regular. 11TS". do a's coupons, l's-ia; do 4's coupons, II4I4; 4"s regular. III.'; Jo i's, Vi hid; Pacinc o"s of -juk l.Si bid. New York Grain and Produce. N Yon a. April IS. Wheat May, OS 3 hiirtti :; pic; July. n"i fc" 7-hic; Ik-cenibtr. 7o4e. l'.ye ull; western, "dir. (kirn May. i;-'44:(,c; June. 4.Vv-r4.Vw: July, 4-"-.j "':. Oats Track wb.te state, 4U -4.K': trac k white westcra. 4e'i:ie. 1-ork yuiet: new iucss. f 14.i- 14..": family, flimiiHat short clear, tl4.ii 1i.k. Lara Steady: pritao western steaiu. Ssji. Chicago Orain and I'rotluee. . Cm. Aoo. April l.s. Folkiwinj were th? ju .tali ins on t';e Eoard of Trada today: Yi'beat April, oiM-ni-d ."ii4c, closed ."it's,.-; li ay. opened w"i'4; closed Hcs July. l.ii(.".l O-'V-. i-losed :1 .4c Corn ApriL oin-ueil e, closed Slav, oiaed :c'u: ,l-.sed its"-; July, ii;K..nei 4o'4e elos d ttc. Hats .May. ojued U-'ij... eios-d SLfSrf-; June, openei :t.'c. closed :ilc; Jp'y ojeued st..,c, chw.-l I'ork-Mav! opened fliso, dm. 1 ?1::.(); July. op, n-d SlJ.ji!, closed sliUU. Lard -.May, opened. 0,1 closed Pro luce: Butler Fancy seiiaraii r. Z per lot fancy dairy. Ufc'.-Jle; packing stock. K-He. Ej.'P-Fresh stuck. MUjc H-rdox. Live Poultry t hickens. iV!e l r lb; turk -vs. K-lev; ducks. file: Kcesr. f4.no.. j.ni ner d.m l.,.i.' I toes Burhauk. i.i;u- p; r bu: 11-hrons. lii,!, I T: Karly ltosu. tfi im: mixed mi. s.Wi et 1 oiai.K-s Illinois. M..yi., t.m per bill. Apples Fair to choice. St.1iU4vi.-ifU ,R.r bbl. Crauherxi, s Jersey. jf.Sl-;'." Ie.' WO. Honey White iloqur, 1-lbso. tions, IV-; : ter: broken corah l i 11; dark comb, g.iod cuuditioa, liMlic' SUaiuvd California, ic tie. Chicago Live Stock. , . ... , t,. CiH Atio. April 18. Live btock Pr.ces at the Vnion stock yards 11ay raugil s follows: Hogs Fstl matml reeeipts for the day ::.: sales ra-i-ed at S4.TO-i.VJU pies. S.V10 , ijj-ut. 5.W-S.3 14) rouMU packing t". In . -tlo ndxed. and aiiij, i.40 liep.vv ckiui5 and shipjiinu l,,t. Cattle-Kitceipt for the Uav.jyio- nuota tious ranged ut J4.4o; 4.T.1 chaica to extrr. slnpi ing surs, S3.mr.i4.:! Kol to choice do. $;i.io.;3.sl tair to good. !m.-:i.oit common to iiKKliurado. :).3r..;i 40 buteaers rtoera, sn.a 3.10 stockers. S .: 1't t.s.j f.e lets, fcl i hVt cows, ii;ta. heifers. tz.n -:ito bulls J-Tir.-cod XcJtaa steel's, aud SiTi.jjO voal calves. Micep and Laaihs-IteceipU for the day. 1 ..!: pru-es ranged at Juki",-., i.sj west-rn y.? 4Teua, e&iUiiAIo natives aud 4SJIiSa The Loral Markets. UBAIN, ETC. ConiT:ltgorc.; Out-. S If. .,-KT,imolh' !,310: nnlan. Inn ud Stra;,S.',h 5,iibl1.7Mai8: ' ' rnonccE. e"cKarrr' Ca01Ce' Wc' "mery. 21e Hg? tnr h. c TjlOe. Ponltry ;hicaene, dressed, inc- ,,F. dreed. 10c; Otm-. UresaLd. l.'i, . 8l(k; wUdruck,7c """" Uc; Jfcae, rnClT AND Vu STABLES. f Onions Hoc per bn. Tornlpa Sue per hn. X.IVB STOCK Cft!6-"ntchr P7 oi enra fM steer Hon i-tric. Sheep ieA4c Opring lamb I SOt&SS i head. ' ". ; rtmv. Coal-8oft. 10c ; hard, S8.S0. ood-Cord. 4.ot): aawed.fS.ia. ABEREIATGD TELEGRAMS. A boiler nt the electric light plant of .T. C. Hutchinson 6c Co., Keokuk, la., ex ploded, instantly killing James Merlin,, I'eter Keele and John Hawaii, and fatal ly wounding Charles Jones llepresenlat ives of the employes of near ly every bii-wcry in the Uniied Stales nr in eoiifei-eiwe at Si. l. niia with the object of tusiug the local utiious into a national organisation under the uu-piccs of the KnighU of Labor. Lutherans of Illinois have petition.! congress against the introduction of the name of the Deity into the constitution, for fear that- it would tend to the estab lishment, of a mil ionul religion. Obituary: 'At Spring Green, Wis., Mar gery Gilbert, ng.-d 1 1 years, daughter of Judge Hiram T. Gilbert, of Chicago; at llonrhon, Ind., James Kolierls, nired 11 yexrs; at Pontine, Ills., lr. tjamm I Sltw r I ' . . . 1'resident Peixnto'a forces have captured Desterm, the Brazilian n-bcl stronglmhl. M agnus Ijirson, a sailor of the steamer Fiske, fell into the hold at Llululh, Miuti., und was instantly killed. August lioessler, 01 years tiM, was found dead -evidently muiiiered in the base ment of the building at New York where he was employed us a watchman. Giuseppe Verdi, .with his wife, has re cently paid a visit to1 I'm is, w hich city he ha 1 not scon for twenty years, for the pur poe of su;-rvisiag the production of "l'alslaH" at the Opera Comiiiue. Mrs. r.otthcll, w ile of l'rofessor Uii liar I Gottheilof Columbia coliege. New York, has Ih-cii decorated by the French minister of foreign nil airs with the title of ntliccr of the French academy for her services in founding the Franco-Jewish schools. Coburg,the seat in Germany of the Duke of Kdiuhttrg, (juei'ti Victoria's son, is ablaze with royal pa 'jean try just now. Tiie queen is there and dozens ol princess and other royal persona--,.. The Ullkes daughter, Princiss Victoria, is to be married to the grand duke of liuse. I'eruli.ir to Himself. So eminently successful has Hood" Sarsaparilla been that many leading citizens from all over t lie United States furni-h test iiiioniuls of cures which seem almost miraculous. Hood's Sarsnparil'a is not an acci dent, but the ripe fruit of industry and sttidv. It possesses merit pe culiar to itself."1 Hood's pills cure nausea, sick headache, indip-e.-tion, biliousness. Sold by all driiLTinsts. What Will II.. It? Medical writers claim that the suc cessful remedy for nasal catarrh must be non-irritating, easy of application and one that will reach the remote sores and ulcerated surfaces. The history of the efforts to treat catarrh is proof positive that only one reme dy has completely met these condi tions, and that is Kly's Cream Kalm Tis safe und pleasant remedy has rjWstcml catarrh as nothing- else has ever done, and both physicians ami patients freely concede this fact. Or.r drr.ggists'kicp it. "Kejal liuby'' Itye Wl.i-ky Is a 'Tyc ai Is a IJyc," la'.ura'iy recced r.i,d fri-e from nl; h n i'i Cur .r m d au-iltersi.ts. gua-. sutecJ nr.- and ever elrvm yci r.- o" a.-e, recom nictide.l to t'fe conn. i-t.ur a a nicrt'or;on? arti cle wortiiy of Cie coililetec of ii.Vd'utl, codvh lere.nts i.nl l!ie i.e.l. rt-e tlm: cur r.ame is blo.'.n in buttle. SI.' p-r eiart 'i.C!o. "KOVAL l.'l BY" I'oliT WINK, p::re. ol-l ar.d mel'ow, il.ere'ore br-'t t-dapted for invalids, convalescent; anil ifce a .'. d. It re-tor jt list v talitT. create s:reat!h ni;i appeJi'e. Lnilrlj np the nt-.k and f'eMiit. t-.d. tiart. Jl Pints, GO ccite. Tut up on lienor ar.l ma-sr.teed hr HUYAL WISE. CO., Chicago. For ?a' a' llnrprr TTo:sc I'liirmary. and by iiliani CI r.dt i.in. Vo'ine. REMEMBER there are hundreds of brands cf White Lead (so called) 0:1 the market that are not White Lead, comjxjscd largely of Barytes and other cheap materials. But the number of brands of genuine Strictly Pure White Lead is limited. The following brands are standard "Old Dutch" process, and just as good as they were when you or your father were boys : "Southern," "Red Seal,-' 'Collier,'' " SMpmaiiy' " Falmestock."' For Colors. National Lead Co.'s Ture White Lead Tintins Colors, a one-pound can to a aypound keg of Lead and mix your own paints. Saves tune and annoyance in matchitie; shades, and insures the best paint that it is possible to put on wood. Send us a postal card and pet onr book on paints and color-card, free; it ill probably save you a good many dcliars. NATIONAL LLAD CO. Chicago r.rnnch. State and Fitlccalh Mrcets, Chicago. VITALJS ni(m(-.nAnis.D Aade & Well Aarj of Illftkld lotnoay. THE GREAT sn r-aj s nt?nierrs rreluresllie Almre Krsnlts ia SO T.sju. li ucu powerfully and quickly. Cures wheu all other? fait. Y lui.sr men will regain their lost munliood andoluuicn will recover their vouiliiul viuoi by usiutr VITALIS. U quickly" and surely re stores Nervousness, Lost vitality, Iniiioiency, Nigbttv Emissions, Lost Power, Kaiiiiig Mem ory, Wustinit lUsoases. and all eltects of seif abuse or excess and indiscretion. Wards off Insanllv end consumption. Insist mi bavins VITALIS, o other. Con be carried in vest pocket. Ily mail. Srl.OOper packsiru.or six for M.0, mitk a petitira writtea traaraatea te rare ar reread the Binary. Cireulnr free. Address CAixBirr Rtatni coarAir, urdeag. iu. For sale at Bock lalaad by Harper II on re l'bmr Bt cy Wtlluua aud Cleadrnui, Moliaa, ' W B a -s. Liny. a Hard -Times hm No man fan .ltii'il - t -v' ii.4v .1. Oil. Aw tV 110 0r DaugLttr, nor, iu sueli times as tLc A Lig Doctor LilL Zoa Phora cures the sickness, Paves tho bills. WILLIAM ELIIG The Fashionable Merchant Tailor Has the most replete line of new pattern in import' -d and domestic suitings in the city. ' . 1707 SECOND AVtKUE. J. T, DIXOT Merchant Tailos And Dealer in Men's Fine Woolens. 1708 Second Averts li:;al. A:TflISTKATJfH MTt I.. Kstateof J:.rre K.Siull. deeeaard. Tbe nuilersitmeu havitis li a..,Ki'ci.-l ailmin Istrator of the estaic of .iames K. stni!. Kic- of the county cf Koc Isi.-ui-I. Mn a of llitum. c- ce-ed, hereby fives notice tha; t e w:Il a;.ar wmre ie ,.;uiiiy ro-in OI I .oc A l-;a:itl citin- ty, at the orticc cf ti e cK rk 01 s. id r0;-.n. m Ihc c!tr of K'Mk Island, at the J-ni term. 01: tbe first Mouday June re t. i'-.irn time all jcroiis havir.: claim r.L-vtiM aaid e taie are notiiiedand requeited to ftTteuu fortM;. purrxise or r.avint; tue sane aujii-ted. All j-i-tons ir.ilcbed to said esia'e are riH;:e-:e;i to TOaae lamed late l.nvmer.; to the nniiereinet.. LE A IS L. bTL I L. AdiniriFTrator. rated this 2T h day of M-rch.A. lr. lavn. I'll.tSl-r.RY SOTIl ti. STATB Of ILLINOIS, 1 Koca lt.AXix'orrrv. f' l:tthe f'ircui; t'onrtot fl. llnck T!.id ccnT.ty, to the Wavtira A. I). 11. In Icoi.-e'-ir. DanVl II. 1'i.tier. ti.l vsrv K i'oo. r. err. I'.V'ioiri'.vs ti unknown hcir r eevi-ei s .if .V.ln.imA slo n. ilcrou.-, d. 'I In: K. Vslt .i ard the niiki cmti lo-irs or devise's of Thoir;. r. Wnlsion. deceased. efcranTs. Hid in quid ! it cl Tilho a'Kive t amed I'e.end.-ITS nru erl. ,.f th?m: AttiGsv t . joir nn-reiili.ric. iiv:n beru fileil in the office ot th..-1 lepit ,f s:lj4 , ,r, a, court, notice is be i-I-t ri a to cs and tatii of vou that the aVie n ni d cm Injitatit- hxw i!ed in sai-.i ronr their tiiii ,. cemmao r rc1nl ou on t lie eh ir.ci-ry nicuf-n'i coin ; th 11 asuron-'ot.s 1 1 chM c-'ry i a( 1 e -n ia.jed in - 1 .1 1 a-i-e n.-iiinsr von rvurnkti'.- to .hr neii Je m i.f .jUr:. 10 he beeiiii and hult'eii at t!-. 0 :iri h m-e. in trie city of Kock !i d.ia raid t -cit:-. mi the Cr.-t Monday rf M,y A. I. T-.'. ai v hich t!-ne a'ld place V"ii nil! i.,.,ei:,ir i .u. an. er 01 d.n. .r to said Id'fi cf c mi 1 cr.t if oii see i;t t; L- ; r: v . (, a M blb. rierk. f-wr- srT i Wm k:i -1.1 ctor- fori'oi Ho. k Isiand. Illinois. V.jrcii 41iu. A. It'. i aai.rri Not:. STATE OF IL'.'NOIS, I Ica Islam, c t'NTY. fP9 In the circuit court t-f Cork Islard conn'y. to tie Msy term A. l. ib -4 Iii tljHiiccrj iiiii to lorec se VortiisL''. The irask IIwk S.crrcterd raildics Lean s-.viia- A,-ociailoa comi-l ii.aut. vs. A'h-rt W . w'aesworio. Cora It. V.'a..iirth. Ha.ph E. Ilm y and M r". Mct.imi. ferci: nt. '10 tne ulwive numeu del, imiiMt. M y. Vt;in ffidav't nf jrcnr tuin-ieu:ei.tp iavii r U inlii. d in ihc fti-e of the c irk or sa d ri-euit conn, no tice is hereby iriven 1 1 son tht the a'-ovc named mmplainani h fihsi in ra-d c tut i: hill of run. I lair.r ai.'vnt ynn on tieihincerv s:c.e of .i t court ; mat a -nmnion iu clsn-ery i.a In ca 1 sued in sa.d rau-r auairsi vou, r. lunnsle ti The rtxt lerm of rail ro'iit.to'Ke rn-fun end holhn at tbe court hon- in toe ci'v cf h.rk '-lar.1i.1-. siH coi.ntv. on the frst Mnncsr of V: v. A. 1. ls'l, at wh'ca time and place ;n. wi.i a.pe-r snd 1 h d. ansi r o.- demur to fai 1 h.ii 1 f com plaint if joa see fit. i.KOHfiK W. ;AMB!.E.rierk. rok I-Und. I'lmcis. Ma'ch St. A 1 1-91 SwtlNET & VVai KEIt. Solicitor lor Comprt. I hinnry Notice. STATE OF ILl.IXi'.ls. I Ho k Isl.m) form. f,s in tliei irruu ou:t of .aid Ito-k Is'ar.d conn'", to the M y term. A. D., ls-jt. i fhanccry. hi 1 10 lr. clse merti: ire. Tiie lack Una k IIorrc'tei.t ItuiMInc lean n- d Savn.j Acociation, 4ustihiinaiu. vs. Albert V. Mad-nnrth, Con J:. d-ir..t!i. Iiail.li II. Hni'V and jM. 1' Ve4iinn.aeferdni.ls. J" tl'i' iib-.ve naiTiM d-r. mi :n;. M. K. V.-ftlnti: fr.f!ait of yuur iiun-re loer i-e hat ire t4 -n ttl d in the otPcefif t:e clerk of mid rirruii r mr. tiottc-i is hereby ntyea t n ih.t the tW named comi lairant b lilc-i in sn it e-eiri it- b H of couUaint airuiust yo-: nn in. ri.ar. 1-r n 'e of sa'd court : th.t a summon-in ci.svc r '1 1 been issued In -i 1 r -use rair.it vou re'uti - - e 10 tin next term of slid mi 1. 10 ) Is pun 1. 1 ho'.iei, nt the emit h..u. in the ril y of H- k 1-und. in si l count , on the tlrst Mundav f .... A. I.. ls!i(, at w hich time and lace ton w 1: n ih-t nr.i plead, at swer or Ucmur to said h 1) f ...mill ,.ut if you see lit. OEOKGI? W. OAJIItl.F. O'erk. fwrtxiTt Wai.hu. s.licitir fur (' -pi'is ldx k iMand. Ii.ii.o:s. liarca ".s-.b. A. Ii. 1.-S4. I lionrrry olire. STATB OP ILLINOIS. I I t thee reiiitfo.:riofsai l .Kk Mind ronnty , 1 ..i a., ij js.11 lucnancery. 11111 to liir..ru. in..-,.'. ... Tho Ilia, k llak" Horn 'S'csd TiniMInr. Ii'ti and Savin.- a soeiation. cuiRp.ali aiu. vs. Al bert W. WadsworilL, O.rt B. Wadsa.irili. Ka,h E, Uuey.au 1 M. V. SliCiinn, uefeud an'. In ihe ahove-rati d defentlsnt. V. K. Mciitnn: Am.latr of your nor-ie !. n e bavins been Hied T .e V M,e clera of sid ri-i uit court. tl-e is her. l.v s ven to yon that the ali-nre named c im;il,mar.t h.s f. od in aid emit i'S hi t of enn Idnnl a inst jnn n tie chancery ice of said court; that a summons In rliaicerv has be-11 Irrop-i in said car ajr iinst yon. wiiiri.il.i-to ihe ' " ssiri court. 10 lie o iru-i at-a btiM4-u at the conit house, in the ritv o no-V Island, in Mill MMIII. . .. .: .. V .1 . 1 . ,. .ncu(.i fli.miiiy ,1 j,;:-.T n . F. 111 . t ml. . I. .; .... 1 . "! 41 l :r4-e v.u wi 1 rpM-ar. pi-wl. answerer demur to sa.d'bill it (owi.Uiut if VU e H. 1 (iSIBCE W. 4; AMPLE, ("ck. Fwcekst A W . keu Solicitors lor t .minl-i. hack Iihiiid, Illinois. Uaica ii. A. 1). 'tianrery otire. STATE OF ILLINOIS. e.ocK Ui alio CotiM-v. In the cirruit cour. of .d Rook I-land enrty. 1.1 the May term A. I. .Uai-lu chancer, -lii!! 10 ferec'.ose inoriaa -e. The Black lla.k Homestead nnll.lia?. Loan A w u-.A "w''ion, conip ain.nl. v- lli-rt it,;? Ju 't' doilu. Italpk Ii. Mueyatd M. F. Mctiinn To the al)je uaincd defendant. M. F. Mc Omn: r -A!Vit " y-1"'','n reidenre liav'ns l.cen Bhd In f eoflice of the clerk or ...rl ,. ,:, t..u n.mV beri nl ,n y u 'h the vote H;,Tmi.,"inu,hMai,'oin,'' ""tit- bill or coniplal..! ;.s t.st yon n Hi, cha ic. ry i le of a!' ; "i 1 amii in ci Mocer. tan leeii X t " ei-, against jou. rurnalil 10 hi " f U c"u'. " he lirun and bo.dea at Ihe court h m-e, lu the cr.v of Hock IT'4- "'J" -uuly, lite Cr-t koudav f ay A. U. I-Ot. t woirn tine ard 1-lt. e'you 111 appear and n-ead, r of aeluur , 4 bill of complaint n von see tit. c . KoHt;t w. .Avni.E.ricrk. r-waasBY Walkhk. s..liruo:s l. 40m1.l L. Hock la Und, Illinois, Alarch ti, A. O. Uwl r 1, ,r c.:..l- Yt':r i:i:it ronsMn.i i; Estatecf !:nd-d:.ii ,.,.( T'-e nnlers;r. .1 tn ; . . .. tor- ff tue h'-t w!i aid ?. - .t- t -f iiwc.ke. late f t!.. t:ut ". s i..'. 'i- ol HiirnU. dic-s-,- !. ,.'r. . '.' tbv t -it y w a,.- -ar n.-f ,r -Ilork Is.ucd ci-u.iiy. a; f.-j o:"-:--.. -'.' '. lc..u:t. in Ide i::t o( 1i- I-.J .iit-e :.-rir.. on rl.e f-s '-.r, -. ,v ' it w.'ilrh time ail jKr-t. LtMi.ir. V. ; said rMi.?e arc ret::"-, t-.1 r- -.. --- fcr the :ur;-(.?e cf loe. th, AH 3--S..1.S Jideh'el :..: .- ;. ei:c-ud 'o x.ake Iimv'i . . 1-. - - l-.i Ct r- cn . Dated th l: i r A. : ' v. ii :xii.i:. 'ti3ii--ry 7u: i-e. ST AT?! OF II.I.IV'iW. liOf K ISI.AMI f ol'NTV. 1 In :h. l irrnii -y.T .f : lu . 1 ihe .Mav term A l . is; u 1:. . -A ' fon-cl. e n rt.i-'. I 1 !" i.iachita H. i:i.f. :, : j: s.-iv nir Aoc: -itm: . c-ei:.... : r-: 1 . 11 .n V adsw-.rt ii, f ra B. V a a:,d M. Ir . :.l i.n.n. 'M 1 -.j 1." . - .' h i. ; T-i th ti:,,. i,.;n.i d d f et..:.;.:. V r y- . . . Af.i '.at 11 of y.-ur noit t s .1. :.r . : . in ttic o-t.ee"...' i'.e cl.ru of .: ', , , l-e . 1 1 rel.y e ei . y r : r ,,;it t-. , .. T.J cotii; a:n-r:'trs 1'hd ir --i:; i.e.-: -, .'" . I'fait t secill-: yltu ,,n "li c" - ';. ' ort: ihil' a tilllicio: s it: .j ..1 1.. J sued 11: -a. d c tiM- a.-mre v.e: r-- .- t i.ext 't rm of a u c ier-. i. ': e ' .;, - , at the court lume. in tte t.'t.fiv . '. id ccijj ty, 4-n the fr-t t :. . . 1 . a ': ' ls.H. a'hi h 1:.;,-a-.d p'r.- . ... flea.!, ati-wr cr u. rimr 1 : 1. .. if yua . I.'. ;e.e!;i,i. V. ;a :: 1 ' '-. Knurr s 'i-: : r c Lock Ishin-l. liiitu i", Juarcn . A. 1. . 1 . nirr.3Y xont i:. STATEoriLI.!NOi. U01 K Nl IMO elATT. i Inti: t irru.t civirt of a:d csrc n.ry len.i. A. !. l-"i. Wiiliam l;..yer. Adatn Knurar l .!.. r -. a ni.1:.uan'. Jaary J. b - .. .1 ., . son. VI liiiam s. .fohj ".n. .-a j-,.. . . ; , . . V. b tor. 4;..r.. I:. as n. Ai-i i; -. Th.wna-t nnifbi.fi. M--r 4 . . :.- ;.,,-. . .1 T 4 nmi.!-i!'. d ('au.plM !l. Ai , ". t.harles Ciirit.u-ii, s.-,nitt--l 1 :.s....i. 1 --4'i;-ih, il. w 1 1 am rampieil. '. h -r. - .' I -bins. A!'.er 1,. McKiiiet.t, l.u-.r, . . 1 n'l li'ir- :i. Vinii;r fcver-. .e-:nsh . Kiori- a lio- kii e-ih. 1 ! K. r . ' . Pith II ir.il.l. t rciev ll:.f.-i. -.- li . -;. 4 harle-iin.r, ll.-.rrr K.-i;r. Nil - I ..?. Friiiil n l.hms. K.rl I; i.t . ::- . f 4ir.f;.fc 1-and. and h oi K "i- ? -r,l Th':nH 1 'unls-li. eec--..r-.-t .- John A. ll..'er uwvrj, rte'el d ;:.'.-! c. rv. li:.! t-, s.j a-,,;.. AflidiVit ot neri r.-slii; t .-e ,.f t ! .- -s v .-r T." n-oh. .To. in -liiiinsi-n. w uiiam s .1. tc -:.. i .1 I!omm. .':n e K-ie-ison. 4 .Tir, I; 1, - n. ..-- liar I". 'I h til: J. itoht.in... .' : .' i, K-Kiii-ht. L era ilicnn. lt-n'tut Ii::.;, . : - -Kvers. Z. rutish w iio-ihoi.l. Kl l i lt p. w;. 'n. ('I h. 4-r..ll. hens .tnin II it ri. I !.j - ford, ll.intt-1 llulfiirii. lUrry LcT. r :.: 1 1 -a-v -It ti bit s lnteV-rnii-1 : U the C-' t .-: T onii- 1. i.m;.lM.ii. M;T, 4. rftU,;j,e'. : ' T. Campbell. Ada ('ampKli. A'V.- as .i.- : r 4'nniht. 1 , Vmucl I 'a tit. Is :i, Abr : ' . WiHlam Canipln- l.'Tiirlt- liov.i. Nuv nl. e-. r' Hai ti-t t hin-hr I the 4:j- ..f I:... 1- '. attu Kwln K. rutmetil.-r n-l "fl,i.tr..- n: : -e . executor-el th-will ,if.l..h-i (. .. -. :. h. vine h?en -d in the er'- Hi . -mil i-.e:it ,.f s,id r. c.nly. 11 -1 - "i t " herrhv i,et, to t't 9-.i1 n-.n-r. m det.' .. t'ltll.r nliaiti u's lil.nl 't.er ..-jj. -:i''. ' t coiroifunt in s.i-1 court, on t'o . ', - i -ie th.-rei.f. ot. the St 1 dav of arc! . A o.;--; 1 1 tin! th.-r a 01. a su nm-ii 9 ,. ii r' f ' ; rot.rl. wherein sa-.l ,nit i- ti.-w . - ..: t-' ' l.le on the lir-t Monthly -n ili- n-. trii -r nexl. n is by law rcirr,.! . - tiie sal I non-re-iiient neli'iiiia t- nt-. t - ' Mary .lol.i,...n..t4it.n J.-hil-.'li. Wui :.tm .' t iioii. 1 ia h'otits.ir. Jv.v.i 9 li.e.i-1. 4i- -r.- ii ..'. A tin a il:.r.t.n. 1 Ii oii. J. I:.... u-. .-: - r: V. hi::t.'"-i. l.:ojra llnea. tr nt i.:i ! i'L -c V -- Kv.-rs. Z, r-iia.i w he-t'an.I. 1 1 r: :i ii. 1- I el a - . ' html. li'T jn-iOU Unit .ri. I . ci II- ford Hani-1 l -liter... 11. r y kei.r a .1 I " li-ihbitis. tlal: p. rst.nahv t- ;.n.i : ;- t 1. fs. ii iircuit r-mrt on tiM" Ur-t d o .1 it- - M I rm lh.'nil, I 1 In h .l,l.-n f ' !- -' ' ltd for Ihe said CotT, on 'he tr ' i." W Kay n vt. and lead, au-acr r i1- tiie said complsl anis b II of .-!:.:, ;..t.". the s.iine and th n-atl.-rs andlfiii.-s tt---. 1. D-r.-.-c a-d ststcd will Ii t ik. 1, c. 11'. . :. :.'.. a er.-.- m i red a-aiu-t you aci. ru :.. 1 :ac J of said b.iL :4:(.E W. (iAVIil K. I ': ta ilor ''n.'. 1:1.. Vsrco vs a. '- :-t-l hi T. kasaoKTUT and Jaiks.. A Van'. Coma's Sol. Notice to Contractor-. alcd pmposals t he receive ' ;' t'.- f ' clerkV efSce. lusk Island, ill., a' tti v'; is'.t. atSo rkK-k p m.. f.w c t,s'ta."ii..' '"" provt nwnts . r :er. d b, an or.li.ia.-ci- t -; ' ' em t led n or. in avre lor the .tn;-". ' ' ' Setetit.-enih -tic I. fro -a ihe ao'.t ' I nf " ''-r ater.tte to hf until line of s-v.-i 111 w ' ue t'-in-n.na west," ;a.ed March I.'.'l. si -' """" nani e to.- lh.- ititpnnemetit . f Se el-t ci-'ti "'r' ft'iai Ihe son' h line r-f Seventh s'.-i ue r 1 we, t 'n Ihc soul 1 I re of inli -t .'" f 11 1 -wi s'." pa- e-l "ate!i i. IS:: aiso "n r . t.o. for the liuteuvrm. ui ot Sevelitis i.l .. -T-- t f .ia me son'b hn- of N ntn av.tiue r ,n'.;e- 't the .orlh line i.f Lit'hl.entn a-. 11-.' " March 5. Itil, ana for furntsiiiii-'si ti.. 11. .' '" tini d. it s the work arc.t.1.1 a 10 t . ,1-sie-ctricailons on tile a. th- uy cU-rii - . ' Blank ai-'s wi I h 1 farntshejon a.p -' '' hidimatlbe separate fir erh 10.. roV.-ttK rr al oe sH-cilid. and acr unii 1 wt'j air.iKJ rheck in thcs'.m 1 f.Vai niiya:. t- to t -der t-f the niajor of ssidciiy, win. li rt 1 'J enwe furf.-ltcd sa:de ty incast tin l.iS-: ' ,:"'J fail to enl.-r Into cn diact with air' sureties to ex-cute Hie murk t H.t YT ' ' mentioned in h. bid and acttordim: t" f I'' nd sp cill a mup 111 lui event lust rew'W alia i be aw artiei to l-i a. , iVint'ador- are i-..iret to f err.i-h tii of brica wiih wi i. h work to er d-s. p"- n-ed lu the work must corrctpaad aitk iue , les in qnaiiiyani s'vle. Kocklskind,ll Ai-r.MT. . A. 1. ULasiMJ. Chi (' . . 1