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THE AKGUH, PATUllDAV, DECEMBER 21, IM)5.
EVERYBODY IS ON TO IT
i v 11 ii r
LARGEST PlECE OF
EVER SOU) FOR THE MONET
TMSEASES OF EYE. EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS.
--r STOMACH, SKIN AND BLOOD. RUPTURE
CURED WITHOUT USE OF KNIFE.
Rooms 36 and 37, McManus Building, corner
Second and Main streets, Davenport, Iowa.
9 a. m. to 12 m. and 2 to 5 p. in. Evenings, Wednesdays
nod Saturdays, 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 2 to 3 p. m.
Incorporated Under tht
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
FW Per Ceat Interest Paid on Decoslts:
Money Loaned oa Personal Collateral or Real Estate Security.
I M Btrpoan, ftofrideat.
Joe CBtmAoea, Vim Framdeat,
t G tmiVALT, Cashier.
Began sasise Jaiyt. two, and occupy I
E.B. car. Mitchell e Lynda's new building.
C F Lynde,
B P Doll.
B W Hurst,
Jacuob Husrr, SolleMort
Ft U Mitchell.
J M BoTcr I,
wsx-ev ma av e ana use ww mm
You don't have to
stew around to get
them ready. Open
the can and you'll
find them moist,
fresh and relish
able. They're deli
cions either hot or
At aN areears. lOe, ISc and tOe.
Brad (a tor portae ud we wiB
end you a aeaUjil can.
VAN CAM rACKINO CO.,
SETTERS & ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
AH kind of rerneator
oral Jobbing dim on abort
ad satisfaction, gaemntei
Office and Shop 721 Twelfth street
Dr. Pca.'o Ponnyroval Pills
tat. wsataaynaerc. ai.se. ait S aae M stwiaaa Oi- arrtUxLO.
For sale at Harper House I'harmacy. Uoek Island. 111.
For ealo by Hartt Ullcmcycr, 301 Twentieth street.
I Told About Town J
Twelve-year-old Jamie was sud
denly overcome with a desire to en
gage in raising game poultry, lie
had squandered ail his savings ex
cept 15 cents, but was neverthlesa
determined to procure a starter to
bis proposed Hock, ibis informa
tion be imparted to his little com
panion, Harry, wbo resided Jo tbe
adjoining block. While the two
were strolling up the alleyway back '
of Harry's home Jamie observed a
pair of bantams that suited his fancy
to tbe letter.
Dere's a couple of beauts woY
would be jest right fur me to start
on. Wonder who's dey Is?"
Mine," replied Harry.
"Your'ne! How much you take
You know I only got 15 cents.
but I'll give dat for 'em1
All right; dat's a go," bargained
Harry. But de question is how
I'm going to get 'em over to your
house without ma gettin' on; 'cause
you know she'd make an awful holler
if sbe got onto me sellin1 de banties
I'll tell you, Jamie: tonight vou get
a box and put it in your back yard
upside down ana in de morn in' I'll
get up good an' early before de
chickens are up and cop dem two off
de roost and bring 'em over and put
'em under ae box, seer An' ma.
she'll s'ppose someone stole "em."
And so the deal was arranged.
Jamie found the two chickens under
the box all right and was much elated
over the bargain.
Tbe following day it btcame noised
about the neighborhood that tbe
Jones, who lived next door to
Harry, had tw.o ot their bamtams sto
len. 'This alarmed Harry, but he
feigned ignorance when little groups
ot his companions were talking
about the tbeft. Neither did Jamie
say a word, as he did not suspect
anything wrong. Then Jones finally
heard of Jamie's recent acquisition in
tne poultry line and paid a visit to
his mother one afternoon only to dis
cover Jamie in possession of the sto
len bantams. Jamie cried when ac
cused of stealing them and explained
how he got the poultry. Then Har
ry was seen. He turned pale as a
ghost when confronted with tbe
crime, but flatly denied any knowl
edge of the toeft. Then 'Jamie's
mother was seen again, and there
was almost a hair-pulling match be
tween the two women. Jamie's
mother gave Mrs. Jones to under
stand that her boy was not a thief
and said the only wav she could re
cover the bantams was to pay 15
cents for them. This Mrs. Jones
would not do; instead telling the af
fair to the police. The police sent
for Harry. He shivered like a leaf
on arriving at the station, and finally
gave up tbe wbole atiair and bow it
happened. Harry returned the 15
cents and matters were again- placed
right. This incident occurred re
cently in a central neighborhood.
Iu a communitv with so nianv
grand free institutions ot learning
as kock island it would seem un.
reasonable to think that there are
la-ycar-old children in our midst
wbo cannot even write their own
name. But this deplorable state of
aiiairs is applicable to at least one
youth one reared in the city. His
ignorance can be seen in scanning
over the bounty certificate book at
the city clerk's office. There on dif
ferent pages he has made a cross
over bis name, which the clerk has
to write for him. The youth was
asicea wny be aid not learn to write,
Oh, I don't know," he replied.
gigung, ! can't learn. 1 never
went to school anyhow. I don't like
to go to school." The future of a
15-year-old boy unable to write or
even recognize his name looks
gloomy indeed. It is not the child
as much as the parent who is to
blame. Tbere are many Rock Island
parents wbo are allowing their young
to run about the streets instead of
compelling them to attend school.
This case is a tip for the proper au
Been a shopping, I suppose, Mrs,
The red haired lady was address
ing tne lady with a baby on a blue
Y-a-a-s," replied the woman with
the baby;'and, oh dear, I'm so tired.
Been buying Christmas presents
since early this afternoon. It's just
fearful the wav the stores are
crowded, and I had so many things
to remember that it nearly set me
crazy. You see I had my four chil
dren to buy things for. and then my
: i i . -
uuiues uu cuunus, oi course i naa
to get something for each of them
Ob, dear, I wonder what thev
are stopping for nowT Yes. of
course, a man. It's funny that men
can't get on the cars without having
them stopped. If they were dressed
like ns women it would be different.
Yes, those cut glass bowls are beauti
ful. I bought three, and
This is my corner. I'm so glad.
The next "morning the dry goods
store delivered the purchases of tbe
woniau with tbe baby, which
amounted to one small bundle con
taining goods costing 94 cents.
The old traveler peered through the
hotel window and then looked frown-
ingly down at his wet clothes,
This is just my luck," he said.
will lie on tbe road 20 years next
mouth and this week will be first
time that I have started out witbont
au umbrella, and if; been raining
ever since. I lugged an umbrella
all over California during the sum
mer and never had occasion to use
it. When I left St. Louis Monday I
sized np the old rain stick and "ar
rived at tbe conclusion that it would
be folly to haul it around through
the north. But you see the result.
At me nrst town 1 struck it com
menced raining, and she's coming
No intelligent person should have any
5oubt about absintb being a dangerous,
insidious and t-nbtle liquor. Whatever
temporary service it may yield, subject to
medical advice, tbe moment that neces
sity ceases its further use is a cruel viola
tion of the laws of health and is not inapt
to lead to tbe abandonment of common
decency in appearance and deportment
The practical and scientific conclusions
in regard to the use of absinth are
summed np briefly in the statement
that "the evil effects of drinking ab
sinth are very apparent. Frequent in
toxication or moderate but steady tip
pling utterly deranges the digestive sys
tem, weakens the frame, induces horri
ble dreams and hallucinations and may
end in paralysis or in idiocy."
Chambers says: "Absinth is a spirit
flavored with the pounded leaves and
flowering tops of certain species of ar
temisia, chiefly wormwood, together
witb angelica root, sweet flag root, star
anise and other aromatics. Tbe aromat
ics are macerated for about eight days
in alcohol and then distilled, the result
being a green colored liquor. Adultera
tion is largely practiced, usually with
the essential oils of others herbs, but
even blue vitriol is sometimes found in
so called absinth. Its effect upon either
man or woman not actively engaged in
manual work of some kind most be dan
gerous. It makes the brain dull and nu-
reliable. Under its effects the merest
glimpses of menial snnebine are imme
diately followed by prolonged periods of
dejection. Sensible persons are safest if
they never touch absintb." Brooklyn
People Who Look Over Honsee.
My duty is to show intending ten
ants over the 'houses to let' which ap
pear on our books, "said a man employ
ed by one of the great firms of land and
bouse agents in London. "It might sur
prise you t know that some people
nave a perfect craze for looking over
houses, though tbey are comfortably
boused enough already and have no im
mediate intention of removing. I have
shown the same couple -middle aged
folks with nothing to do apparently-
over scores of bouses, from cottages to
"And as for 'faddy' people well, I
am afraid that the ladies are, in gener
al, the hardest to please, bnt then, you
see, the whole responsibility is mostly
left to them. Some of them find that
every house they look at has some seri
ous drawback, and they will keep me
for hours at a time while they peer
about. As a general principle tbe ladies
want a bigger nnd finer house than tbey
can afford. Often enough tbe gentleman
wbo accompnnies them never says a
word, but lolls abont and smokes list
lessly." Pearson's Weekly.
Is it known generally that works of
art were well paid fur in ancient-times?
A- German review furnished recently
some particular about that question.
Polygnote of Tbasos, who lived about
450 B. C, refused, it is true, any pay
ment fur his works and declared that
he was sufficiently rewarded with the
title of citizen of Athens, which had
been conferred ou him. But such disin
terestedness was seldom imitated. Thir
ty years later the painter Zeuxis of
Heraolenm was called to the court of
Archelans I, king of Macedonia. He re
ceived for his frescoes in the palace of
Fella 400 "mines," about 8,000. Mna-
eon of Elathea paid 920,000 for a "Bat
tle With the Persians, " which he had
ordered from Ariatides, the leader of
the Tbeban school. Pampbilns of Syci
one gave a course of lectures on painting ;
each pupil paid for attendance one
"talent." or 91,200 a year. Apelles re
ceived 20 gold "talents," about 9240,
000, for a portrait of Alexander I, or
dered by the city of Ephesus.
II anarchy nnd Bepabllc
If the greatest objection to a monarchy
is that a nation may thus run the risk of
being ruled by a foul or a scoundrel, the
greatest objection to certain forms of
democracy should be that a nation may
thus run the risk of being governed by
500 of such. A great English lord was
one day confidentially informed that his
steward robbed him. "I know it," be
replied, "but my steward sees that no
body else robs me." That English lord
was a wise man. And, as for costs, I
believe that enough money is spent and
enough business is stopped during a
presidential campaign in America to
keep all the crowned heads of Enrope
during tbe four years of tbe president s
time of office. Max O'Rell in North
A Llttla ParUenlnr.
"I had such a lovely dream last
night," cned Eleanor. "I dreamed that
I was married to a man wbo looked like
Lncien, talked like Jack and had
Charlie's good qualities. "
"Then at last yon were suited? What
pity yon couldn't merge the three into
one in some such fashion. It would set
tle your mind for you. "
" Ye-yes, I suppose so," said Eleanor
hesitatingly, "only I would like bim to
be able to sing like Harold tool" Chi
cago Times -Herald.
How much that the world calls self
ishness is only generosity within narrow
wallaa too exclusive solicitude to
maintain a wife in luxury, ox make
one's children neb. T. W. Higginson.
The Bibliotheque Nationals of Paris,
the reputed largest library in tbe world.
now has 1,400,000 'bound books and
WOMAN AND HER WOES.
an Arm J cat a Paw of Urn Handicap at
First. Excepting on the sly, sbe .
inhumanly barred from using a cigarette
Second. She is not allowed to make
love, but merely to receive the manufac
Third. When she bets with any mem
ber of the other sex, she rarely baa the
privilege of paying it if she loses.
Fourth. She is unable to go unat
tended to tbe theater.
Fifth. She cannot even dance more
than three times in succession with
partner whom she likes without being
suspected or a tendency to flirt.
Sixth. No matter how put out by
her maid or her milliner she is not
permitted the use of stronger language
than "Dear we! " or "How tiresome!"
Seventh. She may not chaff the
waiter at a foreign table d'hote, al
though she knows bis language perfect
ly and longs to take advantage of the
chanco of showing that she knows it.
Eighth. By a masculine assumption
she is deemed unable to play cricket or
football and is doomed to less violent
games, like croquet and tennis, with
mild young men.
Ninth. Though over bead and ears
in love, she may never make an offer.
except, perhaps, in leap year, and for
this it would lie hard for her to quote
an actual precedent.
Tenth. She is expected to be able to
make use of a needle and is thus dis
abled from competing with men in
works of idleness.
Eleventh. Her ears are steened in
slang when her brothers come home
from school, and yet she is obliged, as
far as possible, to keep her lips from
Twelfth. If there be a baby in tbe
bouse where she is visiting, she is pre
sumed to be unable to talk sensibly
Thirteenth. When her married sister
makes a call, she is always pounced up
on to entertain the children.
Fourteenth. However humorous her
temperament may naturally be, she can
not crack a joke or sing a comic song
without being thought eccentric
fifteenth. She must not practice
boxing, except as regards the ears of
her small brothers.
Sixteenth. She is not allowed the
privilege of a latchkey. Cassell's
From a letter written by Rev. J.
U under man, of Dimondale. Mich., we
are permitted to make this extract:
1 have no hesitation in recommend
ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the
results are almost marvelous in the
case of my wife. While I was pastor
of tho liaptist church at Hives Junc
tion the was brought down with
pneumonia succeeding la grippe.
Terrible paroxysms of con&rhine
would last hours with little interrup
tion, and it seemed as if she could
not survive them. A friend recom
mended Dr. King's New Discovery;
it was quick, in its work and highly
satisfactory in results." Trial bot
tles free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug
store, lieinilar size 50c and 91.
"Old Kentucky Uomt."
"Old Kentucky Home" is the twen
tieth soug in Foster's book of plantation
tnelortire, though when and under what
circumstances it was composed cannot
be exactly stated. One writer on musical
curios says that it was suggested by an
allusion that Foster heard a slave make
to his former home iu the Blue Grass
for Kidney Troubles
there is nothing better than Clinic
Kidney Cure. Everyone wbo tries
it win agree to tuis. tor sale at ai
F. Bahnsen'a drug store.
,000 GMl AM
II. fi. ItDAVni
318 Brady Street,
The Boston Dental Parlors have
generously presented to tbe
people of Rock Island 2,000
cards, which, on presentation
at their office, are received as
a credit of fl on any work or
dered. We hope by this to
reach more people and show
them how cheaply good work
can be done.
IE DIBICT TIETI WITESBT Nil
And Guarantee all work. Crown
' and Bridge work a specialty.
See Our Prices.
BUvar TUUns. BO esats and np
GoM Fllllac. -.A1 Bad Bp
Gold Crown. (s
Bat of Teeth
Jiest set of tactfe .(s
Open 8 a. m. to 8:30 p. m.
Com eae see as. We csa save yea aonej
Open Banaays for eatoactuv beast to u a. at.
March 14th, 1895.
The Dr. J. H. McLean MetidaeCa
sr. ijous. no.
GENTLEMEN : I desire to express my heart
felt thanks to you for my marvelous restoration
to health. I was sick for many years with a bad
case of diabetes which made me very thin and
weak. I also suffered much loss of sleep, hav
ing to get tip so many times at night to pass
urine, and also great annoyance from thirst that
water would not satisfy. A few months ago I
began to follow your instructions in regard to diet
and to use .
Dr. J. H. McLean's Liver and Kidney Balm.
It is a grand medicine. I used three bottles, and, thanks be to God. am a well
man again. I have not felt so good or taken more interest in life for many years.
You are at liberty to publish this if you desire, as I would be glad to be the means
of calling the attention to victims of diabetes to a remedy that will ve them a
blessed rehef. LOUIS PHILLIPS,
O and will bo oont
free of chargo.
Q The Karlf Uraest CMMaf Stare,
Staff and Jaeksta Stf
Boston Dentil Parlors.
Over Winecke'a Tailor shop.
SIS EtaJjr ttitot - - - - IAVVIOT. I
the finest we have
100 pages, pro
It will tell you all
about the new
Fall and Winter
Styles in Men's and
Goods, Shoes and
PIHEOLA COUGH BALSAM
Is excellent for all throat inflammations and for
tives will invariably
derive benefit from
it u, as it nidify
tostcs me coagn,
'inn easy, aseiMirs
nature In rento tng
There Is a large per
eeutase of those wlio
S eupnose their cesses
e f oe consamptloa
,1 1 1. " '" " aaj who are ooly suffer
TY lg from a chroni
coldoraceparatari conch, often sprrsvated by
catarrh. For catarrh on Kir's Cream Balm. Both
remedies ere pleasant to um. Cream Balm 50c per
H jitle ; Pinenla Baesm 85c at Druggists. In quan
tifies 01 si au win neuver oa receipt oi amount.
LY BttOTHERS. M Warren St., Hew York.
I StS DAY
.Ua c tman out of ME
oX, GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY
in 10 days by a new perfected scientlte method
that etnnot fail unless tbe case is beyond human
aid. Yiu feel Improved tbe first day; feel
a benefit every da v; oo know toorseif a Una
am one men In body, mind and heart. Drains and
loKses ended, every obstacle to neppy married life
removed Nerve force, will, energy, brain power,
wb?n failinz are restored. If neglected suck
troubles reeult fatally. Mailed everywhere, aealed
for 91. Six boxes for So. A. J. Betas, Fourth
svsuus ana Twenty-tnird street. Hoc Island.
are the most rowaarcL. strr. raoarr and na-
iaslr. of thl- alnd in the market 1 be original
ana only genuine Woaax'a paltatioh. Ark
your drocgurt if he don't keep them. rite direct
to as snd we will scad it direct upon receipt of
price, tl. aealed, ay mail prepaid. A. 1. Betas
Fourth a cane and Tweaty-taird street. Bock
Beady, Quickly and
It Is sold ca a posHivO
lurm of nervous pros
rl Um geaitsl orgsne of
before, by exresaive ete of
e yoatanu inamreuon or over i ";u
Plrrlntss, CMvulanos. Wakefulness, Headache,
MsatalBeeswauoo. Bofleningof the Brain. Weak
knurr. Bearing Down Paine, Bemtnal waaknaaa,
Hysteria, Nocturnal Emiaaioas, Ppsrnmtorrhwa,
Lorn at Power and Iiapoteory. which if Befjeetee,
itsitlfwry gwaiaaieed. rrioa. SUB a boat
aWjs.an.imot by mil on reearatof priea.A m
Estate of at sry C Hoffman, decs sard.
mlntatntrf a Oiji . t t W . U ir
late of the county of Beck Ulead, t t of
Illinois, deceased, hereby give notice that h
will appear before tbe coaatrcoartof Bock Island
count?, at the oSce of the clerk of said coart, m
tne city ot Koes aslaad, at tbe Frbraary term on
the fret wonday ta February next, at which tlata
all persons having claims agamat said estate ere
notised and requested to attend, for the paiacee
of having the same adjected.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make In medial payment ta the aader-siraed.
Dated this 20th dav of December. A. Tr MS.
GBACK BtroBD, Administratrix.
Estate of Ellra Waugb, deceased.
Tbe nnderklwned bavin? been ammlnbid aihain.
huretrix with the will annexed, of tne estate of
Blixa Wansh. late of the county of Bosk I land,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby civee notice
that she will annear before the ooantv nart
ot Hock Island county, at the office of tbe clerk
of said court, la the city of Bock Islind, at tbe
reorusry term, on tne nrax motxiaT in Fenrnary
next, at which time ell persons having claims
against raid as tare are notified and requested to
sttei d, for the purpose of having the earns adjusted.
All perrons Indebted to raid estate are re
tiesied to make immediate payment lo the un
eraigned. Dated this 18th day of Dec. A. D., IRRS.
Administratrix with lie will annexed.
To All rarsoBS Wheat It Way Concern.
TJollcc is hereby aiven that tbe nndeia gned,
John Ohlweiler, guardia of Wtiam Baupt and
Ella Ilaupt. will make application lo the county
coart of Bork lelS'id county, at a regular term
tberecf. to be held at the court hoefe ta the dty
of Kock Island, in ssid count, or ins trat Mon
day la January, A. I).. 1MM. being the Srst
dsy thereof, for aa order and deer e of said
enurt dir ctinc him, as said guardian, tose lihe
interest ia the following teal estate Beloeelng la
said minora, or as much thereof es shall seem to
ssid court to the intere-t of said minors, situated
In the county of Rock Island, and state of Illinois
to-wit : Lot number one (1) . also the west tfteen
feet f lot number two t). also the west arte Ive
fret B6) of lot number twelve (IS), ail in block
namber one (ll In the original town of Coal Vai
lev and county of Bonk Island, and state of
Illinois, for the support and education of said
minors, end for the purpose of investing such of
the proceeds of said sa:e aa shall not be immedi
ately requisite for said support and son ratio a in
other real estate, or of otherwise investing the
tame. Jotix Ohi-wkii ta.
Guardian of said minors.
Hotlea of fablleatloe.
ttuxs CooaTT, i
'XXSVU XXDICnrB CO. Detroit.
Sold by H. r. eaaea. disi.1. Kock Ulead.
Ia the circuit court, January term. 189S.
Ida Stacy vs. William fetacy, in chancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of William Stacv, the
above defendant, having been filed in the clerk's
office of the circuit court of said county, notice la
tht-r- fore hereby aiven to the said won res'deat
defendant that the complainant Sled her bill of
complaint in aaid court, on tbe chancery aide
thereof, on tbe ICth day of Bovewber, IMC and
that thereupon a summons Issued out of said
coart, wherein said suit ia now pending, returna
ble on the (ret Monday In the mouth of January
next, aa is by law reuuired
Mow, enkss yna. tbe said aon-rcsldent defend
ant above nmod, William Stacy, shall personally
he and appear be'-fe said circuit court, ou the
Srst day of the next term thereof, to be bolden at
Kuck I.land in and for tbe said county, on the
Srst Monday in January next, and plead, answer
or d'mar to the aaid complainant e bill of com
phtint. the same ami tne matters snd things
therein charged snd stated will te taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against ou accord
ing to the prsycrof said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
J. M. Bsbwlet. Complainant's Solicitor.
Bock Island, .Sov.S-1, 18.
STATE OF I 111
Boca Islamd 4 o "
In the circs it com t. January terat, IMA.
Josle McDonald v. Arthur McDonald, hi chan
cery. Affidavit of non-t S'denee of Arthur McDon
ald the above defet dnt having been lied in
clerk's ofllee of the ci cult court of said county,
notice is therefore b .retry given the aaid nou
reaidcat defendant that the complainant Its her
bill of complaint ia svld coart. oa tbe chancery
aide thereof, on the xd day of November, IBM. and
that tber.-npoa a summons Issued oat of said
court, wherein aaid suit I, now Pennine returna
ble on the arst Monday ia the month of Jan
uary next, as hi by law required. Mow.nnless you,
the said non-resident defendant above named,
Arthur McDonald, absll personally be snd ap
pear before the aaid circuit court on the trat dar
of the next term thereof, to be holdea at Mock
Island In and for the said couaty on tbe Sth
day of January next, and plead, answer or de
mur to the aaid complaiaaat's bill of complaint,
the same aud the mailers and things therein
charged and stated will be taken ae confessed,
and a decree entered against yoa according to
the prayer of aaid bill.
GEOBGK W. GAMBLE , Clerk.
Rock Island. Nov. ti. IMS.
Cabx. K chi., Co sputum's Solicitor.
STATE Of ILLINOIS.
BOCK ISXABO COCBTT. I
In the elrcoil Court, to tbe January term, A. D
People's National bank vs. C W Kosher and Isa
bella F. Mansfield, widow of He-ry MaawaeM,
deceased; ileary Mansfield, Jr., new llenry
Maasfleld; Nathaniel a Maaaneld, Eliaa It
Mansfield, Margaret MansoeM, now MarzarX
MsnsaVId (ireen; Sadie Mensnete, now Barah
Manelsld Newton, Eleanor Mans as id. now
Eleanor Manrfield Hoar, Isaheile F Newton,
Fannie Blakeslee and Louies P Mosber. only
bein-et-law of ileary MsasSaH. deceased.
Affidavit of the Ba-resldewc of sbovs named
defendants, C W Mosber and Louisa P Moaner,
impleaded with above defendants. Isabella t
ansnslil, widow of Henry Mansaeld. accessed;
Henry Mansfield, Jr.. bow Henry Maaateld: Ha
tbaniel S MaaSeW, Ellxa H Maae&rki. Margaret
Mansfield, aow Margaret Mansfield Green: nadie
Maaaneld. bow Sarah Msaaei Newton; Eleanor
Mansfield, now Kleaaor Maa.aeld Hose. Iaabelle
F Newton and Faaale Blakeslee, hiving been
i!ed la the clerk's office of the circuit
coart of Mid county, notice is therefore here
by given to the aaid avm-residcat defuodauts.
that tbe complainant filed bia Mil of com
plaint la tbeeaM court on tbe chancery aide
ihenofoa tbe gist dsy of Assist, A. D. I6.
and thatea alias ssonaaoas baa been issecd oat of
said enart. wherein said suit is now pending,
retarnsMe oaths Bnt Monday in the month jut
Mow, aniens yoa, tbe said nn-restecnt dc
frwleali above asmsd. C W Moaher and lon'se
r M ester, shall personally be and appear befoje
the said circuit coart on iha first day of the
est srrm thsisef. lo be holdea at Mock Island,
In and for aaid county, on the Srst Monday ia
Jaaaary aexr. IM, and plead, answer or domar
to the bbm eoaat la least's Mil ef csaaplaiaf, the
same and the matters therein charged and auted
wUibetakeaaseoafereedaad a decree entered
gainst you aceordlrj; te the prayer of aaid bill.
OEOBGE. W. eXatBLE. Oark.
Haas A Borvao, rvmntataaat's tolidton.
ItoU bland. iU.,Krv. Je. less.