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THE ARGUS, TRI DA Y. NOVEMBER 29. 1SH5.
PRACTICED AT THE MORGUE.
CHINA'S GREAT IMPERIAL SEAL.
a. o. ormttT. . b. coniur.
CouoeLy & Connolly,
Attorneys at Law.
bffloa h'j.i4 Sir, otsc M'.tcball Wtdo'f
bank. Money to torn.
Jackson & Hnrgt,
Attorneys at Law.
Wlrs ta Rrk Llasd Nat mead haak building.
Fwoonoy A; Walker,
Attorney and Councellor at Law
ItOlc In Bon'ni'f Block.
Charles J. Seario,
Attorney at I-jiw.
Ltral tnuliKM of all kin.lt promptly sttsr.ed
. fttai.'. Attorney of Rock Ulead, eoucty
O Be. toatoBo Diock.
McEnlry 2c McEnlry,
Attorneys at Law.
Loot. raoncT 00 pc-d sacorUyt sun col ac
tion., rt.rr.tno. Mitchell Lycus, Uuin,
trace. Pntnffl-. blues.
Draclc & Kerne,
Architects and Superintendents.
t!, il, Mitchell A Lyrde building. Steam!
Geo. P. Stauduhar.
P ar.s Ml soperlrteTilene. for all r'sra n
hu Mi age. hooina at and (ft. MltehaU 4 lornd
Imtdina. Take .'raPr.
Dr. W. II LudewJg,
.specialist of Lye, Ear, Nose
Office lo Trceaann". new bulldir.g, corner Sev-
en'remh .treet and laird avutue, KtcE mana.
Telephone No. I" 8
Kye, Ear, Noso and Throat Only.
Oltlfa, WtotUker B:oek, soothweat nrr.fi
Third tail Brady streets, Davenport, low
K,i sa T ml Id. Bonri ttolla.vu.lta4p.Bi,
Tr John E Hawth ra-,
DKNTIST. DENTIST. '
New Dcn'aT Pjrlnra, over Ilartx Cllemryer
llrni tiri'. Third svenne and Twentieth t tree!.
The latent appointment fur .killed dental work.
W. A. Darling.
City Engineer. .
Room 4. Mitchell Ljnde'a bulM!n(S.
Huooizxo & Ho oft
Ke presenting amorg other time-tried
and well Known Fire Insurance Com
paniea the following:
Rnetttef Oermaa In Co..
We.fhc.tttr Fire " ..
hprtna1 tioflon "
Merman K'ra ..
New llmp.Mre ..
Mac aril ..
RofLester. N T
...... ..Kuue'o. 1
.... Mancbe-ler N II
,.,iiw Haven, Cons
Office Corner Eighteenth street
and Second Avonne, second floor.
Telephone No. 1047.
"The Old Reliable"
HAYES V CLEAVELAND,
Repreienting over Forty Million
Dollars of Cash Assets.
TTIRE, LIFE, TORNADO. ACCI-
I . . -...n. -vrw
DENT, MAKUNE, fcMri-UI
Bonds of Suretyship.
omcaBesfretoB's block. Mock I.land, 11
Sreora oar ratea; they will lntereet yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
fS eid Ftre and Ttae-tna Ooae.
re seta. cud.
Lssses Promptly Piii.
' - . r
kit4iMM any ralUfev aocspaav afore
Twer run. e iMta
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JVC Vflll lax-1- fim-VM. C.twra
.in I k I ,v v omi r uhi ob i
f rem-in nr)n. n.,r t.:mst Writ. 4VHIU
m KM CSV ( Oh aoi ..aale Tr.:
Il aieuaw. lil i
M M day. 14
i kleua. Ill ur nranc. nA mm a(H
1. ajme. worM raM nne ta. i
M mym. ItOw teefc I.M. f
I CURE i
BY TAKING M
Backache is generally
a form of Kidney
trouble. It is often
accompanied by Nerv
ness, Pains in the FaQ
Joints, Anaemia, etc. 5?
It ia eaailv enred wirh rr
ODr. Hol.b's fiparagoa fifl
Kidney Pills. WW
A few doees will m. r
kOl lieve. A few boxea will
Cj cam. ftQ
JC All druggists, or mail- kQs
gaQ M prepaid for 6oc per
Write for pamphlet. K7J
IHf HOBB'S MEDICINE CO., "Of
DO Chicago. San FranciaCO. t
HI t Ic BAV1TT
818 Braiy Street,
The Boston Dental Parlors have
penerousily presented to the
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their oilicc, are received as
a credit of $1 on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them Low cheaply good work
can be done.
Hi EXTRACT TIET3 MOT Pi!!
And Guarantee all work. Crown
and bridge work a specialty.
Sec Our Prices.
Silver Filling. SO cente and up
Oold Filling. and up
Gold Crowns. S5
Hot of Teeth S5
Best at or tetth ...fj
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Cnme aLd ace n Wa can save Jon money.
0;n Snndayf for extracting from 9 to 10 a. m.
Boston Dental Parler
Over Winecke's Tailor shup.
118 Brady ftreet - - - - DAV2X10R7, IA
BESBM'S FBEfiCH FEMALE PIUS.
Cwtainiss Cotton Rost end Fesnyroyal.
4i isi; u! jv: tuuXj
I tatli ws sij in tie vr':S
Jlesitin's French lo-ia.-uo
l'llis, have b?a
ei-ld fr over twenty
Mni'i of Lailioa. whi
aft a rjru:o Dliinun
n;Cd:clzi. fi-r immedi-ta
relief cj Paintul. anj
Im-Ku'cr ilenace, i'o
mnlo V esknessetc
l'rieo :.eOs box. with
je s.t rrnsTtrrrrs, on senuora r:rrATro::s.
CiiiiilCAi. t0 E-T:u:t. ilic3.
Sold by il. F. Bahnten, dn:?.?t.
DR. KOTT'S KERVEalNS PILLS.
The preat reme
dy fer nervous
all nervous dis
cuses ot the fTen-
L i ittj?S. '" such as Nervous
akn.iui 9 AkikU Ftvliri? or Fnst
MnhMd, ImKtency. Niphtly Eniisdiens.Yot:ih
lul Krrors. Meiiinl Worry, exei stve use of Tv
b-KTcoor Opium, wtilih load toConsuniptlGn and
Insanity. V iib every $3 orUer v.e give a v-i ip
ten RUarnt"e to euro -r refund the niorev.
bold t$MH p-T box. 0 boxes for 93.00. I'U.
01 TS lUUUtlL lOKl'l.NI, Clcreiaad, Uluo.
SoldbrT II. Thiaiaf. ura.-jigt.
rWfcRE CF IV.1TAT1CMS
t-rOBSALC DOUOC14TS OP O
i JACKSON MECICALCO. CK1CA5Q ILL. 5
CO iO CLASK 5r ii.C:.L BUG. ?
uN.B. DoiVf iaUe any substitute J
Z with ihc same name but different j
Jpcllinq oa which oi:rdruobt 5
makes wicecis much J
A. 3. Fell, ronrthave. ar.dS d St., Rock UUnd.
will do It Died a. a wa?h .ccordlnx to din ctlona:
prcveDttran.mt.-rmi of blood dea ekin di.-ea-ea,
acute and cbmnic ulrera. .:r ctare. l.re
t the h.rxt. .nd feet. K ttm. Tetu r, "alt Khea
autl.m. li d nation of the ICaitder. DWcik, of
the boee. Jo nt aod mnwlH.. ypiletic nainrly.
Scar.y, Sete.f ola aiai y f,rroa. Ihe ahuve and
a hiinrrcd other forms of ditae are tr.eeable
d.rrelly nr ttdinctiy to Svphl Hie Bhod Fe'win
lor bleb the Or. Jaek-ot "a Enc'i-h Safety Tab
Irt la a acrr prrirrn'a'ite. and i- a rfe rm
Killer, read, rinc contagion h.rdlv loa-lbtc her ci
li. vain. If eevlected eaeh t-onblea rranli fa'. I
ly. Mailed arywh-re, tailed $1; tlx boxea tor J3
A. J alciaa, rorU ava and a-d St . K.ok Ieland
A Unique Affray In the Italian
ALL ABOUT A TAX ON BEARDS.
A Stateamwallka Propoaitioa That Gave
Kise to a Hemted Diaenaskm and Caused
an Honorable Senator to Precipitate) a
Riot by Smashiac a Noblemu'i Som
Thrro have been some peculinr legisla
tive affrays in the history of parliamen
tary government, but perhaps the most
unique riot on record is that which recent
ly occurred in the Italian senate, when the
honorablu states-men came to blows in dis
cussing a proposed tax on beards. It came
to pass in this way:
Tlio Italian government is in sore finan
cial straits. Bankruptcy seems inevitable
unless substantial help conies from some
quarter, it matters little where, so it comes
soon. Thero is nothing in the treasury to
meet the deficit of last year's budget,
and where this year's expenses are to come
from is a matter too remote for conjecture.
Tho financiers of the country have lono
everything in their power to float a loan,
but without Btiecess. Crlspi finully ap
pealed to tho senate, stating that he would
bo pleased to hear propositions from the
various senators touching on tho questio:.
of raising the much needed ducats. This
gavo rise to somo of the most ridiculous
suggestions being put forward by some
well meaning but woefully misguided
statesmen. Everything that could possibly
be taxed has been mado to pay tribute,
and to find something new on which to
levy was by no means an easy matter..
There were many schemes proposed, but
THE BEARD RIOT IX
all wero found to have some serious draw- 1
back for practical application. After sev
eral days of rpicy ilebato on this topic M.
Cusalc, deputy 1mm Hpiro, demanded the
attention of tho house. He said that he
had listened can-fully to "all the various
propositions, and il had been a matter of
deep regret to him that" nothing had bit-n
iiecomp'.ished t-J relieve their beloved coun
try of this linaneial einbarrasinciit. Ho,
however, flatten-d liimsi'lf that ho bad
evolved a plan by which n great deal of
money could ho raised and to which no
body could have any objection. "What wo
want in Italy." said M. Case.le, :i.s a tax
on beards!" This senti nee was delivered
with a f.re.;t deal of draiiiiitiu effect, and
itnpressiveness. To Ky that Crh.pi und
tho senators were thunderstruck was to
put it mildly. Hut son the storm broke
loose. At lirst tho thing was treated as a
j-ko, but it wu.1 quickly found that Casalo
was In ilead oarnot. Ho defended his
rropoiion if the heard tix with veho
lucneo und tleinanded that ho bo filven a
chance to explain himself. His idea was
that nil men who had a beard of any kind
were inordinately vain of this adornment.
Rather than to sacrifice it to the cruel
r;izor they wniiKI prr-fcr to iKty a moderate
tax for its pjjptcction. resides this would
ba a patriotic thing to do, considering llie
circumstances. Now, to a man or youth
with only a sort of b;;sc!:all ninenf a mus
Uk !io the lax would lie a mere trifle. With
a guateo added there could be an increase
of, Kiy. 10 per c;'tit. ntx-ording to length.
Incipient siile whiskers could Iw wom by
ti:o?t anyinidy, as tl.o tax on such would
bo modcrat e.
Of course if a man chose to indulge in
the extravagance of n mustache, a la King
Humliert, or sido whiskers ho took mat
ters in his own h.vnds. Such magnifieenTO
in hirsute ornamentation would have to
he taxed in pn .portion to its splendor.
Tliis was .M. Ci!c's explaiiiition, und ho
added that to wear a Ix ard of any kind
would be the mark of patriotism. .
Ho had scar ely finished when there was
an uproar from every side cf the senate
chamber. All were talking nt onee, and
C'rispi, who was in tho chair, found it ex
tremely iliilieult to restore order. Tho pro
posed measure was mercilessly ridiculed
and its originator came in for some ex
ceedingly cutting remarks. I'inally Count
Laurtnzano in tiie heat of the debate be
came too personal to suit M. Cusule. The
count, ho said, oucht not to bo so touchy
on this subject, seeir.g that it would not
deprive hint of any revenue. This created
a great der.l of laughter at tho expense of
t!ie count, whose ancestors are said to
have wielded the razor lor a living. The
count retorted upon Casalc by insinuating
' lhat he bitd never had the price of a shave
I anyway. Tins was the hist ftraw. The
count and his disputant rushed at carh
other, and M. Casale bauged the nobis
i count in the Dose. This was a signal for a
general light among the Italian statesmen,
and f.'rispi sat puwc7'vs while tiie excin-
ment lasted. The scrgtiaut-at-arms fiually
There is nr tax on beards, and the
finance cf tits country ara in the same Cc-
f !on,ble ooc-.'.itiun as beforo.
Club Tried Ilia Invention.
Dr. Ablel W. Nelson, a practicing sur
geon 9f New London, has invented a bn-
mane police club, which he claims may be
used in subduing obstreperous citizens j
without inflicting permanent injuries on i
them. It consists cf a rubher envelope
over a 'wood.ni core a club with a soft
rind, simulating tho b:-.rk of a tree, similar
to tho flesh on the bones of a fist. It is
simply an elongated arm and gives tho po
liceman the advan'ago over the other man
without tho necessity of disfiguring him
for life or causing other permanent injury.
After Ke-curitijj the proper patents and
hofuD! tho club was used the dot'tur feared
fracture if tho skull at the baso miht re
sult from a blow on the top ef the bend
thitt is, the fracture i:iT'ht be transmitted
to the base of the skull instead of at the
place of contact. Dr. Nelson could not get
any dead b;dies in this vh inity to experi
ment on, so hi got permission to use sub
jects'at the morgue in New York.
Ho tried skulls by hitting them on tho
forehead and top of the head, striking
with mero than the ordinary policeman's
force, but did not lacerate the scalp, and
'there was no tract e.re at the place of con
tact or baso of tho skulk TIm) heads wero
opened, and thcro was no r.j ;p;;rer.t injury
of the bruin itself.
Tho tests wero mndn in tho presence of
three reputable physicians. );. Nelsiiii
wanted tu soe the actual effect on the liv
ing brain, so he selected oulvcj cs his sub
jects. His lirst subject was na nctiro,
fierce calf, weighing iOO puun;.;. It was
knocked down nad out, but ot tip in a
few seconds, somewhat tiazea, but soon re
covered muscular power end war, then
killed. Thero wero blood staiiiN under the
skin of the scalp and Ihiiited l.Icod stains
iu the iuiur membrane over llie f.-cut 1:.
of the br:iiu. Tlua-e was no iiij:irT t tin
braiu itself. Everytldiip i:ulie::!e.l thai ll.c
calf would have fIK' iwoveiesl.
THE ITALIAN SEN'ATK.
VANDER3ILTS IN COURT.
A Cousin by Marriage of Marlborough's
liride Seeks Alimony.
Tho recent appcaranco in a New York
court of Mrs. Jacob II. Vanderbilt aroused
more than ordinary interest on account of
her relationship to tko bridocf tho Duko
of Marlborough. Mrs. Vanderbilt is suing
her husband, Jacob Hand Vanderbilt, for
separation and support.
J. II. Vanderbilt is a son of the late
Captain Jacob II. Vandi rhilt, who was a
brother of Cornelius Vanderbiit, tho fa
ther of tho late William H. Vanderbilt.
Sho i3 tho daughter of Edward Smith of
Caztmovia, X. V. Sha became acquainted
with Mr. Vanderbilt n 1SS0. Ho was then
a widower with two children, Howard and
Two years after sho was married to him
Mr. Vanderbilt left her. Ho told her that
bis father would disinherit him if he did
iir.S. JACOB n VASDEP.r.ILT.
not do so, alio! as ho was unfitted to earn a
living bo would cither have to leave her or
starve. Tho objection to her was that she
was a poor girl.
Mrs. Vanderbilt brought suit for $100,
000 damages against her father in-law for
alienation of her hiilvknri'B nfTerthinu
v., . K..r -..i..-i.:i. i.
effected a settlement with hex. It was said
ETotr he Inventor of a Hnmane
that she received 810,000. 1 "-Vrf purines me cicoa
Mrs. Vanderbilt was allowed by Justica ! jXflhf vf i Wr?r, Ani
Barrett f 100 a month alimony and $1,000 lDhan IS,: SIMMONS LiVER REGU-
counscl feo, upon tho commencement of -l0? -epatesthe Liver, keeps It active
her suit against her linbaud. The latter ' and. neal1?V' and ?'hfn Llv" IS in
declared that howasonlvin receipt of a f,00,1 ;ond.?.n 'ou find yourself free from
small itcome. from his father and the lato i'alaIa. Biliousness, Indigestion, Skk:
William II. Vanderbilt. Justice Harrett I?eak'3acns and Constipation, and rid of
said that if at any time her husband's in- , It1.31 w'om out and debilitated feciing.
como was increased ho would hear an op-! ,:es.e are a:' caused by a sluggish Liver.
pUcation for cn increase of alimonv. Tho -oeJ Cigestion and freedom from stomach
cose was in this sbr.po when it came op F'"-!es vill only be had when the liver
again the other dav. , s r'operly at work. If troubled wi;h any
-My husband has been endeavoring to 't compbints, try SIMMONS LIVER
effect a reconciliation with mc,"said Mrs. . 'GL'LATOR. The King cf Liver A'.eii-Vanderb-it,
"but his conduct toward me, anJ Better than Hils.
at the behot of bis father, was such that j rTEVKR V PACKAG E ti
I will never live with hitu again. Thero r the Z Stamp in red on wrapper,
was never an unkind word between ua on-. T M 1
til Ids father parted as." ZelUn Co, Pbiltu, Paw
A nam t'ndrr French Protection Ie-
atroyed lier Kadj-c of Servitude.
Among the maty unique curiosities
il M. Jules Pateaotro's collection at the
French legation at Washington is an
imprint of the pre.it Chinese imperial
seal. Tho loss of the original die which
tho imprint represents was one of the
greatest disappointments iu the career
of this clever diplomat. He wanted it
for his collection, but the orientals were
a little too many for him that time, and
this is how it happened:
Tho French had been carrving on tho
war in Tonquiu during tho early part of
18ts4 and liually succeedetl in forcing
China to surrender her claim of suze
rainty over the empire of Anaui in fa
vor of a French protectorate. All the
state documents of the Auamite up to
this period had not only borne the na
tional seal, but likewiso tho imperial
seal of China,' as a mark of vassalage.
When, on June 6, 1884, however, Pate
Kotro obtained tho signature to the
treaty giving Anani over to tho protec
tion of France, the great Chinese seal
was brought before the convention of
Auamite statesmen and French officers
and diplomats. M. Patenotre in liis re
port to tho homo office described the
scene as follows:
"Wo took out seats ahout a largo ta
ble in the parlor of tho French resi
dence. There were naval officers from
Admiral Courbet's fleet and several offi
cers from the French garrison at Hue.
Tho great seal was laid upon the table.
It was 5 inches square and made of sol
id silver, weighing about 13 pounds.
The handle represented a camel kneel
ing. "The Anamitc prime minister made
a nr.iabar of impressions from the seal,
and whjlo this was done servants were
preparing a small charcoal furnace at
ono end of tho room. Tho Anamites
were preparing to destroy tlio Peak 1
leaned over to the prima minister and
told him that it was not yet too lato to
save this interesting relic, and I begged
him not to consign it to tho crucible.
Ha hesitated a moment and then held
a brief consultation with Kguyeu-Van-
Tuong, the regent. Tho latter shook his
head end said that the last token of An-
ain's servitude must be destroyed.
Five minutes later tho groat seal was
nothing but a mass of molten silver."
And that is why there is only an im
print of the seal in the French embas
sador's collection instead cf tho heavy
silver, camel handled die. New York
It seems to mo that in mast cases the
perfect jury would bo ono mado tip of
men and women in equal numbers. The
fundamental idea of tho jury is that it
affords a good average opinion on tbe
case before it, and that this average is
more likely to p.pproximato justice than
tho decision of any number of legal ex
ports. In vit;w of the admitted differ
ences between tho mental operations of
men and women, would not the iutro
dnctiou of tho latter into the jury box
give a juster average of hnnuui senti
ment than is secured under tho present
system? There is another consideration.
less important in theory, but probably of
great practical value. . Hunger and thirst
and impatience of confinement; often
drive the masculine jury to decisions
whicli must cuu.-ic the goddess of the
bandaged eyes to shed copious tears be
hind the voluminous folds which secure
her impartiality. By her established in-
difference to creature comforts woman
would raise tho moral tone of juries and
compel decisions on abstract principles.
When a protracted session was in pros
pect, she would first make up her mind
and then tako out her embroidery and
wait for the ether jurors to come around
to her posiitou. Kate Field's Washing
ton. Your Itoy Won't Live a Month.
So Mr. Oilman Crown, of 31 MiH
street, South Gardner, Mass., was
told by the doctors. His sun had
lunjj trouble, lollowinjr typhoid ma
laria, and he spent $375 with doc.
tors, who finally gave him up. say
ins:: "iour Doy won i Jivo a
month." He tried Dr. King's New
Discovery and a few be tiles restored
him to health and enabled him to ?o
to work a perfectly well man. He
says be owes his present flood health
ta the use of Dr. King's New Dis
covery, aud knows it to be the best
in the world for lung trouble. Trial
bottles free at Hartz & Uliemever's
GOOD FOR EVERYBODY
A!tr.cst everybody tikes some laxative
neJidne to cleanse the system and keen the
j Hood pure. Those wlio take SIMMONS
ILIcK KLGLLATOl? (liatlld cr nawJert
; the ?l ? mild and pleasant
fLi a a il iHjiaaa i 1
One and a half teaspoonfuls
gives better results than two full tea
spoonfuls of any other. TRY IT.
ot ire of f ubllcalloo.
STATE OP lLLISOIS, i
WW IB l. A II UIPKri, i
in the circuit enrr, January t rro. 18f6.
Iia8tan, v Wiilitm st.i-i in sun
AffliJimt of non-reou'ciiee or w Uiunn Mac, the
above flelenilunt, hav.n;; b.-en filed in tbe tierk'e
orrice ef ihc cirv-oa conn nr aii rnrmT, nofce ia
her I. re her l y civ, n to the raid non-re. dent
defendant that tho ouiclairar.t n.el her bill of
vmplii.t In aM ecu t. on the chancerr aide
iiicrcoi mi uit in n cay or ove-ber, IsSS. rd
that tbcrnn m a ,uitiinou ..t,.ji ... n. ...
court, win rin id nut i row pending, rttorna-
uin .iLnunf iD mocia of Janaary
o-. xt, a l by law renii'rcd
Now, nnl- a. voo. the .aid nnn-Mi.u.i .ir.
ant kbive n Died, Will am Stncv. shnll neraonally
nr and appear ocf .aid circuit ronrt , th,.
dis cay ..r he next toim thereof, to he hold, n at
Ruck Mand in a-d To.- the .aid connty. on the
lri Mnn. ay In January next, and pVyl, answer
- '"""in e,Di,iaiiAm-i, nui or com-
ola nt. tlie me anil in,, mMti..M .k..
iher. In cha-sil ai.d tt.-o will I e taken as con-
eo-en. auiaaecrecrtenutigain8t jou accord-
, k1:k W. OAMBLB-' lcrk.
i M ,"n-Ev,CiMi,pNinvifa Solicitor.
Roik lalaul. III . Nov. JST. 18J5.
Notice t robtleatlon.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
Eoce Islaxd oorNTr.
In the Ulrcmt court in rh,nnm T.nn 3n
1S95. ' "J
uiin M. Alhrecht v. Patrick Beatea, Mary
Maria B -ales and A nn Maria Mnrry.
Aflliavit nf non-tn.ii'ei.ri nf ih. it.rn.imt.
Pat.ick Boater Mary Ma-ia Beatea and Ann
ana Slurry, tn- abov. d. ftu Unta, havine been
Slea in the Clerk', office of t o eirenir court of
iiid county, no'ice i. th retore hereby given
to the mid Hon resilient rlefcndants that
the complainant flled hi-i hiil of comnlaint
n rant cour-. on tho chineer. i.l thmr
on the ait day cf I ir tolwr, 1805, and that
tbe'enpon astimuinua issued out of eaid court,
wherein said rule !e now pc'nliuz. relnroiible on
the flmt Mouday in the month of January next,"
as i l- liw i eq uired. 'Now. nulesa vou ;the r-aid
n n-rc.iteni. aeiennitnrs above named. Patrick
Beatefi. Wary Var a Bete, and Ann Mar n Murrv,
hall pi-rsoiiallT be a id annoar nnf.ire .aid rtirmt
court, cn tro urat day of the next term thereof.
10 lie coiaen ni Kaclc IIaod in and fort lie aaid
roui ty. it ti the flirt Vnnn- n January n-xt, and
pl-ad. an.weror diniu- to the .aid complainant',
hiil of complaint, the name and the matters and
thing t ereln charged and ated will he taken
a.coufea.ed, nui a decree er.lerod aFainft loo
according to the tirayer of ai biiL
isocat lateuo, HI., Nov. l.lxiis.
OCOKOK W. WAMBLE. Clerk.
Carl Kueiil, Compl linatit'. Solicitor.
Notion nf I'nhliratlon.
STATE OF I I.LIN HIS, I
Kock Isi.m Cottsrv. f
In the Circuit coutt. .laanary term, I'.m.
Rorh I. anrl naeinpa Cank. acor oration, v. Vlr'il
M. Illsiiilina, MmiA 1-:. Blaudtns. Frank TIalli-r
und lleuiy lAimprirt. In chauccry. General
AHdiiM of the r.on-rcldcnre r.t the alwtvr
limed I'eriM'niil. F anv H:ill- inipteailed with
the a1 t.ve it fiiidint-. Vir,il M. I laiiuing, Ariii'e
is tiiauiuiiZMei niin lA iiipfert.havinc been flled
in the clerk's niiicc ot the circuit court of .aid
cour.iy.noUce in there ore hereby g ven to the .aid
non n-.iiert tefi ndant that the complainant tiled
us inn oi comiiiaint in .am conit. on the chan
cery .-i'!eti ercof. oa the S'ith iiay of November,
tstO. and that therearioa a .nmmon i.ucd out
of .aid conrt, wherein mil H now nendlnir. re
returnable on lbt fiit Monday in the month of
January next, as hy law r. quired. Kmr, un
ices yoo. i ne rain nou-rtriaent aviciHliiit above
nam d. Frank llalter, rhall cr.nnaliy be .nd
appear hufore tbe ruil circuit court on the first
day of the next term thereof, to bs l.nldi'n
Kocfe- li-land in a d for'hernid county, on the
Srst .Vcnday In January next, and plead, answer
or demur to th-? said liill of complaint,
the tmno n'd the matter, and thinga
there n-cha-7cd and .ratM will be taken as eon
f .fed, ant a derree cut r?d against you accori
iug to ihu prujerrf hilt.
CEOKCE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
T?oek Inland, liln.oi.. Nov. 2d, A. I. lttia.
Jackson St, Ucruvr C'umplatnanta' Solicitors.
Notice or Publication.
STATK OF ILLINOIS, i
trci't Owrfof i'nrk I.land countv. January
term. A. I) , 1 ', in Chancery General No. SMI.
Koc 1-latid savinc, hank, a corporation, va.
Viigil M. rPandiug, Annie E. Blandina! and
Afil lavitof non-relilenre cr the above named
dn'ei.dant. l-'runk Halter, impleided with the
above defendant, Virgil M. Handing and Annie
E. Blandirg having ben filed in tbeclirkv
ofllce of the circuit ciurt of .aid county, notice
i- then r e hereby iriven ti t hn .ad non re.i
di.t detrn-tauta tout ibecompl,iaant flled ita bill
of o.mplalnt in ra d c ur , on ih-, chancery ride
thereof, on the S6th Cay of November, 1S9S,
and that thcrt uonn a .un-inuia l..nril nm nt i
curt, wherein .aid anit ir ni pending, rdurn-
I) e ou the hi at Mcndajr Iu the month ot
Jauuaiy nxi, a U by law required.
:ow. nn:e,H y -u, tbe raid non-ret-ident nefen l
aut above named. Frank lla'l r. .hall pernocally
he and apeear before aaid circuit court, on the
tri-t day if the next t'-rro IhereoL to be
huldcn a' Hosk I.land in and I. r the eai-j county,
m -.l.c drt Monday in Jnnua-y next, ard p'rad,
answer or demur to the aai I co ulaiuant'a bill of
c iiru'uint. the .nnie an1 the mitura mid thing,
therein charge i ana , fated will be tak-n ar con-fea-fe
I. and a decree entered aain.t you accord
ing to the pra er of .aid bill.
, GEO RGB W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Fork l.lan. HU N'.v 4. li-!ii.
Jackson 4 lie est, Couiplainaut'e Sollcitota.
ST.TB OF ILI.IXOH.
POCK I SLA HQ COCMTT.
'n the c'.rcplt couri. to th. Jannarr la m. A. n.
People'. Nat I oa at bank v C W Voaher and Isa
bella V. Ma-'.fld'd. i tow or n. r Mn.f,IH
deret.cd; Henry ilnu-fiel.i. Jr., now Henry
.-.iii.iiiu, .njiiniei . .Manaaeia, Ktira n
Matslleld, Ma-gatct JIan.fle'd. now Margaret
lanfl--l i Grem; badiu Manu?!d. now Bi-ih
mann-io newion. Kie.ror Man.te d. now
E earor Man.field lloa-. Isabella F Newton,
Fannie b la We. lee aud lou-n 1 Mosher. only
u"im --iat ui iieuty aiari-ueio. aeceaeeo.
Affl lavlt of the noa-re.idence or above named
deri udiinta. C W Mo.-cr and Lontee P Moaner,
lmpleadet wiiu tbove . cfoiid-nt. lsalielle
"anrfi.ld. widow of Henry Munn'd. oecea.ed;
Henry aianrtt:ld. Jr .n.iw Henrr Mansfield: Na
ihamcl S Mar.Sel-. Elira H iUmfield. Margaret
Mat .Held, now Margaret Manrtieid Green: sadi.
Mamfleiii, now rar.u Man Oe'd Ntwion; Klcinor
Jiimn iia.now Eieannr Man-Be d itne. lalelie
f Newion ad Faunlo B ake lee, hiving been
S cd in the etrk'e offt.: ot tbe circuit
C ort of aid county, notice 5- therefore here
by given to the rati nn rcldei.t defendant!,
that the complainant filed his hilt of com
plaint in the . id coutt on the chancery lie
ther.of orltu-21-rtd y of AcgilO. A. D. 1RD5.
and that an a ia. a imaom hi- beo ia.oed out of
raid co -rt, wh- rein raid ruit la now pending,
returnable on the Ur.t Monday In the month of
Ja nary n-xt.
Nw, nnlia yorj. tbf .aid n-n-rerleent de-fendaiil-above
named, C W Moaher and Ionia.
P NwUr, rhall perro- ally be and appear before
the said clrc.it conn ori he Out day of the
next term thereof, to be hohl'-n at Hock I.land,
in aod for eid cooxty. cn the r-l Monday la
January rex-. 1M. end p'el, anawtr or demur
lii tbe aai coniplii'tnt' bill f cimplaini, the
rame aod the mat'.r. tleoin charged and .t-ted
wnl he taken a. oonfe-M:dani a decree cut I red
acaitattcu aceonlieg t th" prayer of raid hill
OEOKUK. W.OAMBLK, Clerk.
Ham. A Bt rjKD.i ompialnant'a EOlidtonk
Bock lalaad.Iil.. Xav. xa. law. -
Estate ot ifargaret Greehy, deceased.
Toe Tmd.ereifrr.ed havina been appointed ad
tniniatnitor of the c.tat. or Margaret tirteLy.
Inte of tho connty of Bock Inland, ataie of
lllinoia. deceaaed, hereby girea notice that be
will appear before the county court of Kock (.lard
connty, at the office of tbe clerk of raid court, in
the city of Rock ieland. at the Januarr terra, oa
the first Monday In January next, at which utr-e
all perron. Bavins claim, acamat raid aetata at.
notified and requcted to attend, for the pmrpara
of having the aamo aJuated.
All perron Irdehted toaaid ertate are reqsert
ed to make ut mediate payment to the nndcr
siimcd. Dated this lib day of November, A. D. MKB.
JdllN GKEEHT. Admioi-lrator.
Estate or Thomaa Farlev, deecaacd.
The nndertUrncd having been appointed admin
istratrix nf Inet.taie of Thnrnar Karley. lale of
the county or Koc 1-land. atatV- or llllnui., de
oeaaed. hereby irive.notie that he will an.
iear berore the comity court of Rock I.l
and county, at the office of the cterk of aaid eoart.
In thecttyjif It ek Island. at ti e Jjnnary term, oa
the first Monday In January next, at w hich tiaae
all nenon. having clairi. arainat -ad ertate are
tiotitled and reqne-ted to aitend, for the purport!
of having the same adjusted.
All persona Indebted to .aid e.tate are raw
queried to make immediate payment to the nn
uer.igned. Dated this 8th day of Nov. A. D.. ISM.
Mart L. Folet. Admlniatratrlx.
STATE OF ILLINOS, 1
Rock Island Cocxtt. I
in the circail emm, January term, 1H9A.
Josie McUocald va. Arthur Mcliocaid, in Chan
Affidavit of non residence of Arthur McDon
ald the above defend .nt having hen bled in
clerk's oClee of the circuit court of raid county,
notice ig tlietvfiire hereby viven the raid ron-rcsidi-nl
deiendant that ihe complainant fl ed her
bit! of complaint in rid conn, on ttie chancery
ride thereof, cn the SSil day of NoremberjlSna, and
that tberviijion a ruoimnnr ie.ncd nut of .aid
court, wherein .aid .uit I, now pen-iina- rem ena
ble on the first Monday in ttia month t Jan
nary next, a. i by law nspilted. Now.unler yon,
tbe raid non-rerldeiit defendant above nau,l,
Anhur MeDnnnld. rhall tM-miiially he ad a
iear before the raid circuit court on the first day
of the next term there f, to be bolden at Korfc
I.land in aod for the raid county on theS'h
day of Jan nary next, and plead, answer or tic
mnr to th.; raid complainant's hill of complaint,
Iho ranie aud the in titer, and thinea t'leriin
charged and Hated will he taken aaoanrerM-d,
and a decree entered against you according u,
the prayer of raid bill.
UHOHOrt W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Rock I.land. Ill Nov. Si. two.
Cakl KcBL.Complainant'a Solicitor.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
IIIH K IKLAHD OlIltKTT, (
In the circuit court of Rock Ilaml county, Illi
nois, in chancery. Hill for partition, etc..
Mary Fitx Gibbon Michael O'lVmr.ell, Alice
O'Donnell, James O'Honnell, William tl'lhra-
iicll. Mary O'liomcll. Maagie O'lw.imcll. Mau
rice O'ltonncll. Nom O'Donnell. Joun F O'lion
neil, Margaret lkinnell. Xllnnio O'Donnell,
MarrAcner O'lxieuell. Margin t o'Ooi d. II.
Andrew O'Donnell. Mary O'Donnell, Blira
O'lmnnell, Jr., E.iza o Donnell, r-r., J. K.
Johnston, McGregory and Eugene
Public notice la hereby given that In pursuance
of a decree made and entered hy .aid court in toe
above entitled cauc on the lith day of October,
A. !). I. Elwin t. Parmeuter, aa maier In
chancery of the raid court, as rwulrcd and di
rected hy raid court in aaid decree, will on Mon
day th: id day or December, A. l. lstrj, at the
hour and place hereinafter mentlim-d and ret
rorth. mill .t public ven-Jce to the liighest aed
best bidder all and .iitrular the following; d.
rcrihed premises and real estate In raid decree
mentioned, ritnate in the eonniy nf Koch 1.1 uid
in the stau- nf lltlnoir, to-wit-
Ttie east h.!f of the nurthwert quarter, and the
ea.f half or the .outnweat qnait.-r or m tinn
number twenty-one ii). in trm-n.hip numli-r
nineteen (lui north. In ranrri number three vif
eaetcrthe Fourth i4'-h) principal meri'liun arer
tahli.hed by tlio- .urveyor general ,f the I'niied
Stater rubjit to tbe right of way of ihe
ChPago. Hnrliugton k. (juinry IIiirod
eomnany; also a cottain iract or parr. I
of land m Ihe northwest quarter of ihe
noithwe-t quarter of .ectton twenty-eight t'JSi m
tiwn-hip numlier nineteen il'Jt north. ra"fc
three f-1i ea-t of the f.iurth i4th princip d mend.
Ian. and described aa follow., to-wit: Iteinnttia
two hnndred and twenty and cluht-ti-nttia
-1 8-MI feet east of the comer of recllor.
twenty 27), twenty-one (JI). twenty-eight ai
and twenty-nine !( in raid township thence
routboce hundred and nlnviy-eiglit I ItM) feet,
thence north eigbty-rix and threr-fmnha dr
g-vea (Wii). ea-t one hundred and .ixty-eight
I lfis) feet, thems, north tweuiy-nine and one
fourth cVgreea liri1, we-ttro hundred and rlx
teun iSHi) feet to iho reetion hue. thence west on
the res lion line filty-mne and one -t'ird (5S
feet to ihn place of beginning; air-o, the tractor
parrel of land begioniug on Inn line between
t-critone number twenty-one ri) ant twenty
e-ght x.- in townatiip number ninrrepn (lti
nortb. rani;e nuuiber three 3 ea-t of tbe fourth
pnrcipai mendan rme chidn and Jiiil liuka
(1 644-1OI0) eaatof the at'.u- Kt at the wuthwe.t
corner of sMd ruction number twenty-oii. (gl.
.aid point of beginning being at tbe aontbea.t
corner cf a rchool lot : tnence runrbia' cert alone
aid reetion line eighteen and 4a6-l(Mt chain.
18 446 -10 41 ch.) to a atone act at the ronuwaat
corner or tbe routbaeat quarter J41 cf the nouth
west quarter ! of raid .ection number twen
ty one xl; thence north twenty cnaina (tMcba,
to the center of the K.uttawesl quarter a ) of
.ectloo numher twerty-one fall aforesaid:
thence wot Uve aud 74 100 chat? (a 14 lo) b.)
to the lntersecfton f the southern line of toe
right of way or the Chicago, Burlington A tfuinry
Radroad company; thence in a routhwesteriy
direction alun the line of the railroad curving
to the left parallel wi'h the middle line of the
railroad and SO feet i.V-ft) Inerefmm.clrvcn and
Tl-lU) cl a n (11 70-1UU cha) tithe cart ride of a
crowing f.ir wagoca over aaid railnra.1: tiience
rooth lix'y-tbree links to a point wh'.ca
ia eighty feet ihv feet; at right angle, from te
middle line of tbe railroad, thence in a .outh
w cetera direction enrring to tbe left on a line
parallel with the middle line of the railroad and
eighty feet fHU feet) therefrom. ei.'Lt ai d .--lnO
chains (15.2 chain.) lo the inter-ection of the
we.t line of aaid reetion number twenty-one (SI),
thence ronlh two and 87-101 chaina "t.i.7 chain.)
to the the northwert corner of M-hool lot ; thence
eartone and M4-1-"K) chaina (ICH chain.) to the
nor I hea t corner nf tne aame; t jence routb thraas
and S-100 chain rt (16 chain.) to tbe i.laeeof he
glnninr. enntalnlna thirty one and ibn5t-l(XMI
seiea l)sSacrer) more or Ic; a.l raid tract,
of land si'ua'od ia the county 01 Kock l-lard la
theatateof Illiaoir. That raid tr c or parcel,
of real property will be r-old at fje front noor of
the pottoflfce in the town or viPaire f HiliMlale,
ia aaid county and .late on lt d Monday, tbe reo
ond day of Decemner. A. I. e b.urof
S o'chick In the arte noon or ta d day for one-hair
eah and tha balance In one II) yar from
the date of aaid rale with Interest cm said helano
ataixfOperc nt per annum reenred by moit-s-age
opon tne tract or tract, of aaid real property
o sold or the entire rum of tee parrhare money
saay be paid in cash if the pcrcbater or pur
ctuuera so e!e t.
Dated at Rock Iriand. rillnaU. "ct. 9. IRC
ELWIN K. PARMEKTKH,
Master In Chancery or thi circuit col"0.' Kock