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THE ARGD8, THUKBDA Y, NOVEMBER 14. 18JV5.
Er Ute of Olif A . A ndcrson, dcccuid.
Tb nclerlirna' aarlnr been arpointra' admin
lairator of thr otata of Olaf A Anritrron. late of
tbe county of Kock ItlamI, i of llllnofr, 3c
Ceued, berety Jive colic Uu: be win appoar
Kkfora the toontT court of I!Mk I-ijnd toon
t, at tbe office of the clrrk nf Mid court, la
the city of Hoc Inland, at the Jawiarr term, or,
the Cm Monlaj In Janiary :. t "I""
tmail perwne Bavins' tUio atfa.t.at aald ee
tmte ere notlf.rd an-1 rrqoald to aUct u for tbe
parpor of Barlcf tbe iini kdjuoted.
A II pervnne Indebted to aald eaUte are rrrjaeat
ed to aiaka Immediate pameni to tba under
' IJatecl thla 511b d- of October. A. T. 15.
tliAKLtdi BLUI'.ElttEK. AUminiatratar.
Krtate of tfarfaret Grcehj, d. erased.
Tria anclerriatiad naviM bern arnintd ad
mlnlairator of the estate of Marriret t.rreby.
Ute nf the annnty of Work IrUnd, rUin of
ll!iwi. drrrnMil, kf l7 Rivr-a rtn'tce that b
will appear ln-1 ire thccrnintreoortof lluck laland
ciiii lt. at the ofi!of tberlerk of rai.t court, la
the nty "f l"tk lal.vil. at tbe Jatuarr term on
In-flr-t Monday la J..naa-r next at which time
all r r"t liuvlnt; claim avainat ald mate are
nntliX and rt' ioMvrt to attrad, for tbe parpoar
of having- the ime atljnrtarl.
Ail peranae Indebted tof aid citate are reqeeet
ed to make lat mediate payment to the andi.r-la-nvJ.
Dated tbla 4 h day of Sovrtnber. A. D. IRS.
JOHN (.nEKflV. Admlnl-lralor.
fultllratlon Notice) la Attacbmeat.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Hoc I form, I
t irrqli court nf Hock IiUsd coantr. January
term. A t . lrtt.
Lena, ri'.-tc'i-r '., a corporation r tbe attt
of Iowa, Klalntiff.va Jo-, ,b r. (rarnett, defend
Nit. In at!rhoirr.t
rMinllr aerie la nrra'-y 'Tn to tbe raid Jo
uli V. .-Tiftt that a writ of at'acb "tit iaanad
out nf tlie o'tlre of th elt-r f the rirrvitt court
nr H' FK Irlanl e n n v. ilited tti loth day i f
tariitemtier. A It.. Iirv. at in rait of the raid
lil , r-'rll 'i. and azainat the estate of
the raid Jti.'tih P. tlnrnett f.rr the ram of two
hnnidai l t d illara, ff directed to the
rherlft o' - n tl Kock l'ems er auty, wblcb eaid
writ b a i trim d eseented.
Now, ii t (te. nnlra yoti, the tnld Jnaepn F.
tJiirm , hull i'r'ta.y be aul a(prar before
tiler ,11 cuiil' emit nf Kiick Irland ronnty on
t'e Brt day f tliu r.ext teim I hereof, to b-r.oK
den ei the cr.ii.-t hftia In th, c'ty i f o-k l
a. d, in end e.:r,ty, on the a h dayf Jannary
A. I . 1".t. rive rperl il ball sr.d plead tothaald
p'nl' tiRa at lion, imiirmeiii will be n le ed
ii'.:t ynii.a'iii in tavor or in aiid l.eltn,
Keti her tn. and ao n arh ,f tbe prope-ty at -tn,
heit aa mar autBrlent to ,.il,f, il, mt
Vii. ment and co-la wll he ndj tu eatiefy the
amif IK"Kf,K W.-fTTwBl.r. Curk.
" iiriuiT flait.t B Attorneye.
irulid (X:. 5. A. It., lr.
1'nlillrallon Notice to Attachment.
Kim a Ikl.ku fofSTt I
t 'irriiit eoiitt :.f lin k lalnnd county. Junnarr
fer.n. A. l I-tan ' . '
Wa-hhiirn-llaliiffnn C'i aef'o.,a corprrat'on rr
S.in ai d nndrr the laws of the elate nf Iowa
p a null, Jopb K. Uaractt, defrudant, tl
fuh !c noire la hereby g yen to the ral.I Jo
"pn K . itameti Hint a writ of al'a'bmrtit leaned
O'lt of the nlll -e f he Clerk nf llie ein-ult eotirf
f K e'k Umod ronatr. daied the ll'ta dut " f S p-l-aili
r. A. It lV. at tbe enlt . t the eld U aeh-b'irn-lliilH.'in
I'olf e r, ami agtina' the estate
in, euin of,ii r. tiitrnetl ror the rni'it of
eL'iit-one dollar anl I'ciy-.Hht centa JH chi,
ilnei teo In the rhiTifl of aald Hock leland coun
ty. whl h eaid writ ha been rrttirntd e ctuli- i.
Now, llmr. ffi'e, unlv jr iu, Ihe raid Jo ph K
fia-aiot, -hall perenrallt hit and appear l-lore
the aald rlrcti't nm-tof lioek Nland eoun'y ot,
thr liret lty nf the neat term thereof, to ,e
hol.l. n a Hie rnnrt boure In he rlty of ltn k lal
at l. in nl. e in y. on thi-dth I'ny of .l.nnuarr,
A. II. IS'H . e racial bid ni d p'tad to ihe
a iid pluliit fl'n-ton. Jtriatnt nt will he rntend
airtmai yon o il In f.vor of th.- rn d Wahliiin
ll.tdttftn I'- ff -e '.., and en much of h potj,. y
at arhrd may be nitnVI-ni l eati.-fr thn t-mj
Jtidk-mrnt and rn-ta wl I lu- rol to atl-fy Ihe
earne. (iKOKliK W. tiAVIH.K, cittrk.
J.t a ot & ,.hT, I'lamt'tt'e Attorucy.
laled im i. f . A l lyi.V
rnbllratlnn Notlre in Attachment.
STATU OK ILLINOIS, .
Hock l..i.An'iH'-frT. t
rirca.t tiwrttif Hock KukI county, Jennnry
term. A. l , l-wd.
Joe Marrn l.ini Mitrki and diarlee nrrenwald.
parinrr- ttoina hu-iuiee nmlir the name and
etyle f Matcua. Ma-k A Co., plalntt7a. e
Jii't ph r. i.arnrtf, drfrmlant. In aliarrmi tit.
I'niil c notlre la hen-nr K ran lo ih r.ild Jo
aep i K. l.amelt that a writ of at at hnii nt lrnc I
ont nf ihe ollt e ol the clerk of tte eirrnlt com t
if Kock lei and ronnty. dated Ihe 1;h day nf
l-enemler. A. I. Ixu a the -nit of the raid Joe
Mamie, I. na Marka and t'harlea (treenwalit,
pettnere iloinit b'l-lneaa umlcr the nam am
rtyleof Murcua, ainrk Ic 'o., and aicamrt ttii
r ale if Ihe tad Jaaeph K. litrneit, f-r the mm
f renir Iw dollara and aoiiiy-aeTtn cent.
l7J.7idlrerted tmbe aheritr nf raid llork Inland
ronnty, whivli tald writ baa beea returned eze-
ow, therefore, n'ca yon. the raid Joreph
P. liarn-tt. eriall perMmally be and appear brfre
tho nalil nltrult e nrt nf Unci laland count r nn
the drat d y of tbe nrzt term there' f. to b bol.
deeatilio court boiraa laihoriiyof Rock I al
and, in ld rnunty.nn the h dy of Jantiuv.
A. 1) . l-tl. (ire ep,-clal hall and plead to tbe aald
flalniltrv at ion, juiiarn nt will be entered
agalt at yon, and Infamrof the aald Jtie 34 ar
ena, i ine Marka and Chariea l.rienwald. parnrr-
dnlnir borlnraa under the name and -tyle of Mar
rna. antka A r, . and ao mnrb of the propcrtr
nttnrhed ae may be runVlent ta ait'rfy the eaid
Jiuk'tnt-nt and coat wll he aold tn ratiafy tbe
aaaie. I.KOHnU W IMMBLK, i lark.
JrKao A IlraaT. I'lalntia" Attoroeye.
laii d tret A U ISM.
rahllratlnn Notice la Attacbmeat.
UTATB OF ILLIOM. I
HiK a laLano I'oratT. t "
Tn the t Irrnlt Court nf Kock laland Countf, m.
John A. Tniman Companv. a cornratioo, plala-
t'tf. a Joerpb t (larnett, defendant.
Public ,' la hn hy .in lo tbe aald Jo
aepii Y. (iarm tt. that a writ of a'larh ent iancd
m of IhenfllreAT ihcrlork nf tie circuit eoiitt
nf Hork l'n I munty. da'ri the lh dar nf Or-
t r. a 11 , 11 Jo. at the enlt of the eel J John A.
T'lman rntnpany and ajalulthe eatateof the
rai l .lo.i'ch V. liamett, (or tbe um of on
hnmltrd ami twmtr.nlne o'lara and ninety
three centa illiloU) directed la the rherlll of
add Hock lan.t oenniy. 111., which aald writ
bra he. n returned elernted.
Now, therefore, unl, aa yoil. tb raid Jaepb F
tlatnelt, ahull peraorally tm and appear before
the aald circuit court i f K -ck 1-Uod coantr.
HI., nn ihe (tat day of the arzl l -rm thrrcof.
to he hol.lcn m me conrt haee In Ihe ityof
Hork l-l in i. In aid rour.ty. nn tbe 1Mb dar of
Jannarr. met (ire l ami p.e-d to tbe rai l
plilMiga action, jadrmrnt will be rriterrd
Jltvnt inn.at.d In faror of th - raid John A
I man. nimcary. and no mnrh of th proper y
attache.i a. miy h r-.f3-.int tn tali-fy raid
jnd.-ment and eMtr.wll he mil f eatlrfy the
"7-T..., . . a c M W- MAMBLK, Clerk.
K.Kk laland. Id.. tKt IS,
TATS OK ll.t lMT.-s, I
Koi k laLaarii'oi tn, ( re
In Ihe urea l mn, .lannarr term, lsfkl
'Hrfet M'.jTLZr"'" " 7"nr.T,r-rrt-en.
Mary Altlay. eierntrls nf the lat will
a dt..tam?,.tn,.,,n AM.iUim Tud
Aedre. P Lard.pl at arrt John uwan
ilefrmTnt H'v. F. rieirem ar4 4tn p. Tie.
pre,, Implraded -Ilk the a-fendant'
MaryAlriay ei.ritrix.ftr.. Aiurcw P Lund
iliii.i ard John aneon. a,rt e)ra ,
clerk a oftlee of the circuit ronrt of aald conr-tr
a- lieela ihen f.rre herehe the aaWI Ton!
reaide t .leefdanta that (be rnra latnam ed h,r
bill of cnt.plait.t la a id court, on tie rh.nrrre
ride thereof,, a the day f A-enai. d
thai aa alia nannu bar been leeucd oat of 'aald
art. wherein raid an't I now p,a Ine returna
ble on the trrt Monday la the month nt j ln
nart neat. X. w.anler you, the rad n n-ret.
dent defeadanta above named, otto K. Tit-r cn
and Anna Tlren rball prreonally be ad atw
ar before the raid circuit court on the firrt oi
f tbe next term tterrtf, to be hol.irn at fnc
laland In atd tor the eaid muntron tbe firrt Mon
day In January , and p!ra anrwrr or de
mur to the eaid mmpialBaat'e bill of e mylaint,
Ik rani a and the matter ard tblnra tierrtn
enara-rei era iTaiei win ne taken aa conr.-rat d,
and a derive entered ajalnrt you accordina: to
Ueprarerof raid bill.
UXOKGB W. OAlfSLS, Clerk.
Rneh Irland. lit., tret. 1. inn.
Jacamia A UcaeT CXijjplalnacfe (tollcltore
The annual meet nc of the etnrkboldera of the
Peo.de'a Power enmpauy wi be held at 1 o'clo-k
p. m.Tburerlar. Nor It, at tbe oBca of the
comuaoy la Kuck Island.
. 8. DAVIi,5CieUry.
Frtite of 1 homaa Farlojt deceased.
The uadcrtlirncd bavne bcuB annoiot.rt .,imi
ptra:rir of tr.e nine ol Taomae Farlee, late of
tlteinnty of Koe I -land, rtate of Minoir. de
cvaaeci berehe Kireano'ire that rhe will ap
pear before the county conrt of pock 11-
. w..,i,, iiiii: omce oi me Cierk or a!d ciurt,
in the ritv of R'cklal,n.l at t Ar.n,
the drat Monday in January next, at which time
... ijreuiie uavtnKeiaimsaramat a d eetate are
nntiileri and reqneeUtd to attend, for the porcoee
of havlnir the name adiuateit
All perrons tnoeb ed tn raid ertate are re-
i" lomaae immea ate payment to the tin-
Datcd th!f 8th day nf Nov. A. D.. 195.
Mart L. Foist, Adtnlnlatratriz.
Notice of Fobllcatlon.
STATU OK ILLINOIS, I
Ifoca Iblaru coi-ktt. I
'n the Circuit coart in cbicccry, Januiry term,
John M. Alhncht . Palrirk Bra'cs, Mary
Maria B:atcs and Ana Maria .Marry.
AUIdarit of non-realt!er.ce of the defendant',
fVttiirk Biatea. ktary Ma-la Bealea and Ann
Maria Vnrry, the above defendant, havine been
filed In tbe cie-k'a offlt-9 or t-e circnit court of
aid county, naMce la therefore b-cby given
lo the raid ton n-aiornt drfenianla that
the cumplalnact tli-d hi bill of comnlaint
In raid conrt. on the chincery e'tle thereof,
cn the !at day ,f October, ISK, and that
niw-vuifi.il aeumnone lasuea nut or raid court.
"""i" eaiu eon if now ptnci ng. returnable on
the Drat Montlav in the montli tit Jmnm
ar i by law required. Now. unlen von the raid
n in-teeident defenranl above n imcd, Patrick
Beate., M.ry war a Beater and Ann Mar a Mtirrr.
ahall perronallr be a-d aot-ear ho fore aaid circuit
court.cn tic drat duynf tbe next term thereof,
lo be hold- n at Uck lela-id in ar.d for the eaid
coni ty. o the Brrt Vondny In January n-xt, and
y . an-crwr o ninr io me aula complainant r
tm curupiaitK, ine aamn nnu ine mattera and
thlnz t en-ln charged and atatod will he tnknn
aacoiifeeerd. a-io a drctce er.t-rcd aainrt ou
wicuw; iimiib iiraTer or etttn mil.
iaci laland, !.. .Nov 1, 1-tUi.
OBOI GE W. OA MBT.K, Clerk.
Cacl Kv. nt, Compl .Inaut'd 8-j.aitor
STATB OF ILI.IXDIH, I .
hi K Irl.AKO CoiraTV, ) '"
Iu the rircult r onrt of Rock Tr'atid county,
nolr. iu chjitccry. II 111 for partition, etc.
Marv FititiihVm r. Vlchael O'DonrclL Alice
o liniirit.,i, Janiea O'ponncll, William O'Oan
rl. Vnry o'l n-irell. Maairie O'Uot.nell, Maa-
r:cc i i tot, tie ii. .-.ora u uonnell. Jol.n K OIKm
rntil, Mirsurct t linnnvll. Winnie O'Donne",
Morr Aid O'ltonuell. Murir-n t O'Donnell
Ardrrw O'l'orneil, Mary o'lionccll kliri
o'lirnr.eli, Jr., E.j:t o Donncll, !r., .1. K.
John-ton, -McGroijory and Eugene
Public n )tlcc Ik her b7 (rircn that In pursuance
r a titer, c made ami cMittrsI by raid court In the
ah iTei ii'ltled i aneon the Hih day of October.
A. II. l;-U5. I. Elwin U. I'a-mclilcr. as m after in
rhmrerv of Ibt raid conrt. rs r- quired and di
nctrd by rai l co'irt in raid decree, will on Mon-
nay iu- an o .y nr ncr mber, A. D. 1S13, at the
hour an l nlare hcreliinftcr tncnll-'nod and rei
forth. r II D'Hilic ren ne to the hiiheat aid
he.t bidder an and In- ular the fulluwlni; de-
e.-noeo premi-ta at a rem caiate tn eaiu oecrve
mcntlon-d. ritnale in the con my cf Kock Ial.nd
in thuatatuof II ii.o'.r, to-wit:
The east h.lf of the northwest qu.trler, and the
eal half of the rout -wi rt onatur of rertion
number Iwcnty-on- r.'l). In township number
utirpn i.i i itonn, hi ranire nun ner tnree (
eiat f the Fourth 4-h ptincil niori Man aa ee
tehlirhed by it.e aurr-.-j-orp-ni-ral of the I'nited
inter rul.J rt to the right nr way of ihe
t'hhairo. lluriit;u-to:i ;tnnry Kdlrotd
eointmny; also a certain irnct or par; 1
of laml in the inrthwcrt quarter of the
notlhwt-tq iarterol recton twenty-elsht (2S) m
town liip number nineteen (111 north, ra pe
three (3. rt of me f nirth 4 h) prlncip-1 mend
lun and doecribed ar follow, to wit: Bemnnlnir
t -o h'in ltcd and twenty and vhtkt-tcntbr
(-in K feet enrt of ihe Corner of rectlotg
twenty (Si), tvrntv-nuc (Jl). twenty tigct (S8i
and twenly-nlnn (tail in raid t iwn-hip thence
rouHione bund ml and nlnety-eii-ht (1!W) feet,
thence nor h rlchty-elx and thn e-fourihs ile
S"tf (Wi1,'. ca-t one huii'lred and eixty-euht
(III-) feet, ih-ni-e north twenty-nine and on
foutth firrree r.ti'il, wretto hundred and elx
teen i2lii! feet to the ecction line, thrvce wc.-t on
Ihe-ertion lire fltty-nine and onc-t'lrd tfWHi
feet to ho placet of tx pinning; aiao, the tract ..r
panel of land hccli ntnj; on tht line between
eectiona ntimlMT twenty-one (21) and twentv
cirht (- in tnwtt8i:ii number nineteen (l!ll
norb. rnnifcnnn.ber three (:! carl of Ihe fourth
prtr cipnl mertdr.n one chain and MM llukr
(1 8H-1OI0) cart of the rtone ret at the eouthwettt
center of aal.1 rection number twenty-one (dl),
raid point of bezinnine beii.a at tbo eiuthcift
comt-rt f a rchool lot: thence ru rina eiat along
raid rertloo line cliht en anl 42K-1U (I chain
1m t4il-t) (j t h-t to a atoue cl at the routbeart
enrm r of Ihe routbweat qnrtcr l ') f the eouth
wtt quarter C4 of rnid -ection n inber twen
ty on,. Hi); thence n-rlh tw,nty cl.aina (2chr1
to ihe center of the rnuthwcdt quarter !4)of
section number twertyone (Si) aforesaid:
tln-nro wit tlc a d 74 100 chili M (5 U 101 hs)
tn the Intcrstr-tl n of tha Southern line of the
tlL'hl of way rf ilie t:hieai;ii, Biirlinion & Qninry
Ka Irnad company; thriico tn a ronlhweeterly
direrilon alonif tbe lino t f the railroad curving
lo the left pirallel with tbo mHdie iioe of the
nil road and M feet t.V fti t herefrom, eleven and
i-lia) rha ne (II 70-100 che) to the eart ride nf a
cro..lerf ,r wasora ovr aald railroad: thence
ronth . I y tht e iinka (Ui) to a point wbicn
ia i lirhty feet Ku feet) at r-cht atmk-a from toe
mlunln line of the railroad, thence in a ronth
wea'rrn direction curvlnir to tnc loft on a line
parallel with the middle line of Ibe railroad and
eiuhty ret (nO f.-et) therefrom, eitbt and ait-liiO
cbaina is. 211 cbainai to Ihe rntercction of the
aeet line of raid rection number twentv-one CJ1).
thence rnntb two and I-1D cbaina (i!.c,7 chaina)
to the tbe nor-hwert comer of echool lot: thence
eart one and CM-HiTOchalre (I chain) tn the
north-a.t com.rof fin aame; thence eouth three
and (MIX) Chun- 01 to chainri to the place of be.
Clnnlnr. rontalninn thirty one and SSWHOOWfl
aciea )31.afr53 arrer) more or letr; a 1 eaid tracte
of Una eltnaird ii the ronnty of Kock Iriard in
the emte of lllmole. Tl-at raid ir.cta or parcelr
of real properly will nj rold at the front -loor of
Ibe portoiflce in the man or viliane of llillsdale.
In eaid ronnty ami riate on ra d alondny, the ree
ond day of Iircvmher. A. l. lftJo, at toe henrnf
S o'clock Iu Ibe arte noon of ra d d ve for one-hair
S) ca-h and tha balance in one (II y ar from
tlis da'e nf aald aaie witb inleieat nn said balance
at tix (HI perc nt perannnn, etenred brmoit
rxe noon ihe tract or tnictr tr eaid r.-al property
ao aold or the eniire rum of ttie pur bare money
may be pa d in cash if tbe purcba-er or pur
chaera ro e!e-t.
Dated at Kock laland Tllinnl. Ocl. l. 1E95.
ELWIN' E. PARMKNTEK,
xlaner In rhancery of tha circnit conrt of Hock
laland Coantr, III.
FIKEGLA COUGH EALS AH
1 excellent for all throat lcCammationf and for
tivee will Invarlaoly
dcrtve benefit from
Ha uav, an it quickly
-oaiee lue cooi:u,
don eafy, arHMtir-a
nature tn rerto ing
There la a large per
rentage of th.tec who
euprore tbeir ctaca
ti be copaumption
who are ot.ly a, ffer-ina-
from a cbront
C Id or deep arat n convh. of:en ai-.-rvtct he
catarrh For catarrh ore Ely'a i ream Balm. Both
r metuea ar uieaaam lo n-e. cream Balm 50c per
hoitle; I'lne la Ha aim te at Procaine. In qnan
tHica of x to will deliver on receipt of amount.
SLY B HO THE US, 16 Warren St.. Sow York.
iw Discurnr., irenii ttn..
A ix . i tie eind Pali r-i.r r sr
, e-irru-ua. now uaxi dt trver mv.M J
' li.)lLrA aRMMhhr. lnriarTtf-stM tum
I OrfTALJ. lWaVI f ttamllaiLOB. Nyr l
tpur-T. prruoi, or irutDox u issm
i.jaieii la pUin TTrper snd ie la
irrajnT for partlculiLrm. by .Vceal
f oU hj nru A Ulkxncjcr to i T II Thorn
9 r lie m aaa - a. . u
ep inci IUrli4f UwK. fCMAi,
'7" 'ea. ur-v, ia-an'aia Bm i atalti 'aatj. aad I
r"" er e. u aer ;JrSC?r at.wT
MALYSOrt MFCa COe, Uureaatar: UaSaA
J B 4
SHARP RASCALS WHO ARE TOO MUCH
FOR THE SHREWDEST CLERKS.
Some) of the Trlcka by Which They Obtain
Aceoananodationa Without Paylna; and
AJao Borrow Money Empty Troaka aad
Despite every prepantion taken ly
elirewd hotel clerks a large number of
persons are constantly engaged in secur
ing board and lodging by fraud.
It is usually supposed tbat wben
guest arrives at a hotel without bag
gage bo cannot secure" accommoda
tions unless he pays iu advance, but the
tricky "deatlbeat" not only will live
in the hotel free for a week, but iu
many caiics will secure a loan from the
unsuspecting gentleman behind the desk.
The "deadbeat" constantly evolves
new tricks to "do up" the hotel man,
and it was not many days ago tbat a
well known hotel was defrauded in a
very skillful manner of a week's board
and 6omo of the cash in the till. The
"deadbeat" walked into the hotel lob
by and in a confident manner placed his
name on the register as hailing from
Chicago. He was neatly dressed and
carried a small grip. He informed the
clerk that ho was a traveling man on
his first trip to the coast.
Traveling men are good'enstomers, so
the new arrival was assigned to a good
room. lie handed two baggage checks
to the clerk and requested , that his
trnnkn be 6ent for from the depot. In
an hour or two ho inquired why his
bagpnge had not been sent up to his
room. The porter was sent for and ex
plained that the transfer company had
not been able to find it. Inquiries were
made by telephone, but the railroad
people could give no information of the
"Well, I am in a nice fix," said the
new guest to tho hotel clerk, "for all
my clothes are in my trunks, and I sup
pose the things have gone astray. "
Th9 clerk was very sympathetic, for
a traveling man without his clothes is
indeed to bo pitied. Tho fellow man
agnd to borrow 820 to buy some shirts,
collars, ties, etc., and went ont of the
hotel vowing vengeance against tho rail
road company. He even had the hotel
clt-rk pay for a telegram to Chicago in
quiring at the depot there as to where
the trunks bcaiiug certain numbered
checks had been scut to. The reply came
back that they would look the matter
up, and ponding tho information the
new guest had a royal good time at the
hoteL Iu a few days he disappeared,
and it then dawned upon the hotel men
that they had been neatly swindled by
tho moans of two baggage checks which
evidently had been stolen at some time
in Chicago or elsewhera
Another favorite trick to defraud a
hotel is douo by means of a confederate.
One man will go to a first class house
and secura a good room. About the sec
ond duy he will be in tho office, and
while there tbo hotel clerk will receive
a telephone message purporting to come
from a well known store asking if Mr.
bo-and-so desires the goods ho ordered
sent up to the hoteL Theclerk will nat
urally ask tho guest the question, and
he will reply that he desires the goods
sent up. hen the package arrives, there
is always $10 to $23 to be paid. The
hotel man is requested by tho guest to
"settle the amount and charge it up in
my bilL " It does not pay to offend
a guest whose appearance indicates
wealth, so the money is handed out in
payment. The guest now disappears,
ana ins trunk ts found to be a cbeau
one aud generally full of paper, while
the package which has been paid for
by tho hotel people is also worthless.
Bogus telegrams and letterheads are
frequently used by "deadbeats" ia or
der to secure a little ready cash until
my money arrives." and very often
the scheme works all right, for a hotel
clerk is always afraid of offending a
guest in tnese matters, for should he
mistrust an honest man he will injure
the hotel's reputation. While most ho
tels make it a rule not to cash drafts or
checks or loan money, still very often
uio "deatlbeat" will make them break it.
A scheme which has recently been
worked all over tho country was for the
deadbeat to send by express a pack
ago to a hotel in another citv. It would
bo heavily sealed aud marked-." Value
200," aud the hotel man, thinking
mat it contained jewelry intended for
guest soon to arrive, would nut it in
the safe. In a few days the "deadbeat"
would turn up at the hotel, register and
inquire it a package had arrived for
him. He would be told that it was in
the safe, and he would tell them it con
tained watches and valuables. The same
night a loan of $20 would be asked for,
and the hotel man, remembering the
valuable package in tho safe,' would in
nine cases out of ten hand out tho coin.
The guest would disappear, and when
tne package was opened it was found to
be of no value. ,
As all accounts in hotels are rendered
weekly it is impossible for dishonest
persons to obtain free giving for longer
than a week, for they will be requested
to pay or vacate.
A man aud bis wife, by niacins a sun-
posed jewel case in a hotel safe, man
aged, some time ago, to secure over six
weeks' living in a well known hotel in
this city. The landlord, who had seen
the woman wearing a quantity of jew
els, naturally supposed they were m the
jewel case iu his safe. When the guests
disappeared aud the package was opened.
u was round to be a trunk stran. care
fully coiled up and tied with string.
Ban Francisco Chronicle.
r.lamarck oa liarriaf-e.
A Vienna nauer cnblishes a. collprrirm
of aphorisms ou love, women and mar
riage which have found utterance in
the sittings cf tbe German rttrliament
Tho following dictum is attributed to
xiisinarcK, it is an immense advantage
to tho career of any man if he can em
bark on the voyage of life withTjt a
IT oar Shall .We Edaeate Oar Son Far tha
' Electrical Profession?
We come back now to the original
question, and the only answer that can
be given is, "Give the boy the broadest
education that his time end abilities
will permit." My own belief is tbat
there is no better early preparation for
a professional career of any kind than
that given in the public schools of uur
Having completed the public school
course, I would have him take the usual
academic course involved iu prepara
tion for our larger colleges, giving more
attention to mathematics aud less to
classics, but, if there be time, a great
deal of attention to both. The object of
this period of a young man's education
is decidedly more the training of the
mind than instruction, and for that rea
son it matters less what the boy learns
than the habits of thought which are
inculcated at this time.
In the study of quantitative chem
ical analysis the student is most easily
introduced into the mfthods of exact
science. In it he is familiarized at the
outset with instruments' of precision,
with the niceties of in .Stipulation which
characterize all scientific work, and he
learns to handle the atom and the mole
cule which are tho ultimate particles of
matter as the mathematician does im
aginary quantities and symbols. To the
analytical chemist these atoms and
molecules are as living entities as the
trees and the hills, and they are en
dowed with individual characteristics
more definite and more easily recogniz
able than are the members of his own
family. The study of chemistry in it
definite proportions is the easiest and
surest road to a rational understanding
of the physical qualities of matter up
on which the structural engineer de
pends for the success of his creations.
Above all should the candidate for
electrical engineering honors be in
structed in the higher physics, for it is
the mechanism of the ether with which
the electrician has chiefly to deal, just
as it iii with the various gears that the
mechanician is concerned. Electric
"NO GOT A OIL; NO GOT A WICK."
Railroad Travel In China Seema to Have
Having engaged a coupe in tho train
to Sbanrj-I-Yucn, the only railway in
all China, I found on entering the first
class vestibule car that, like tho rest of
the train, it was horribly dirty.
.1 asked for an explanation of the mat
ter, and for answer was conducted to
auothcr part of the train which appeared
a little cleaner, but still tbe coupe was
very dirty and only had the advantage
of having a table, which tho first one
had not, it having been broken up by
some former occupant.
After the train began to move a most
vile smell came from the adjoining com
partment. On asking why snch a state
of things was permitted 1 wa told that
Chinese mandarins were a dirty people
and did not understand any better stand
ard of cleanliness.
Two young Cantonese are in the same
carriage with me, and I ask them why
tho railway is so badly managed and
the cars so dirty. They inform me that
they are related to one of the directors,
and that no doubt the dirt arose from
the number of strangers who had travel
ed lately by the line, who do not under
stand western sanitary ar; meuts
in fact, never were in a ti: fore.
It has become quite dark : -.a we are
not provided with a light. I iuquiro
"The wicks are finish; no got a more;
no got a oil ; not a wick," is the reply.
Aud so we sat in darkness, till the end
of our journey, when we steam into
Jshang-I-Yueu. a name which menna
inEuglish"Cityof Hills and Sea Pass,"
the famous frontier pass situated near
the maritime end of China's great walL
The Parliamentary Franchise.
Men and women in England worn
equally for town councils, local boards,
poor jaw guardians, vestries, church
wardens and school boards. For very
shame, says the president of the Inter
national union, extend the parliamen
tary franchise, which has been granted
to every icnorant laborer nnrl rlpnierl
not only to the honest, industrious work
ing woman, but to the thonsrhtfnl. pdn-
cated lady, whose gardener, coachman
and groom can record their votes before
ner eyes, wane she is practically out
lawed. As for the
of the domestic circle, it is universally
wwctxiua mat iamny me is infinitely
richer and more attractive to men when
politics are not tabooed on account of
tne ignorance or indifference cf tbe fe
male members of the household.
In Questions of intellect
proved themselves able to cope with
men. Let justice then be done to both.
Our ruler is a oueen. ypt atill a nnli.
tician. In the duties and difficulties of
ner wgn and arduous office let her
daughters as well as her sons have the
privilege of helping her. Strike off the
last shackles which cramp a woman's
energies aDd restrvjyjflr, nsefnlness ami,
let justice tlitimTlh over nninilin ,.t
- About Breath ina
In the ordinary
or 17 cubic inches of atmospheric air
pass into tbe lungs 20 times a minute,
or a cubic foot every minutes 274
cubic feet in 24 hours. The luntrs bold
2.80 cubic feet. At each TTt i rati rm
1.375 of oxygen is converted into car
bonic acid gas. The nitrogen inspired
and expired is exactly pnnal nneincr
the act cf inspiration the lungs have
ucvu luuiiu to ue tne coldest carta of the
It is fiirured bv Ed ward At
cotton fiber prepared by hand in India
i four times as strong as that torn and
tortured by power gins, as in thia coun
Pitt had a fiery red f and rom'hU
The Evil Effect of Too Much
Mental or Bodily Work.
Where It is Felt, How It is
Felt and How It Can
Overworked Kidneys Their
Symptoms and How to
Overwork does more than tire you
It exhausts you.
Enough work is good, but oyer
work is not good.
Work makes your blood circulate
anu perspiration now. it clears out
your .blood vessels and the pores of
your skin, helps to throw off waste
1 . - , ., .
mailer, orinsrs iresn Diooa to weair
places, and renews your energy and
Overwork makes your organs work
too hard, eats up yo'ur vitality, ex
hausts youc energy.
The organ that works the most
feels it the most.
Bat the kidnevs feel it nl ways.
whatever organ may be overworked.
And this is because your kidnevs
filter your blood.
All the blood to nourish your dif-
ierent. orcans nas to nass thrnneh
your kidueys. If any organ is over
worked, anu neeos more blood than
usual, your kidneys have just "so
much more work to do.
After a certain limit nf at.min ia
reached, or after the kidneys have
ueeu so mucn overworked tnat tbey
fall sick, they let the blood pass
without filtering it; or sometimes
they even Alter out the good matter
and leave in the bad.
So that the worst of overwnrV- U
that it hurts your kidneys.
This applies to mental overwork,
bodily overwork, overeating, .liasi na
tion, youthful excesses, etc.
The way to cure the effects of
overwork is, not to take stimulants,
but to cure your kidneys with Dr.
Hobb's Sparagus Kidney" Pills.
as soon as your kidneys are well,
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from overwork nr nrwaiAa Vnn
may feel that you are losing your
mental or nervous nower and nlivsi.
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it is because your kidneys need
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Or vou mav suffer from some nf ihe
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, , . , .
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It is Tour Privilege
To do Either!
And let the 20,000
people of Rock Isl
and keep theirs, or
spend a little
And get some of
the money from
get the money of
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