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THE AKGOB, SATURDAY. JANTJAHY 18. 10S.6.
The Largest Piece
of Good tobacco
EVER SOLD FOR -
Fntat. nf Klitahrth I'arkrr. deceased.
The nnriernik'ned having hecn appointed admin
Mratoe nf Hi rntatu of Bllehrth I'arser,
I me nf the conntv of Ki-k Inland, Mali
nf Itlinoln, ileeeaaeii. hereby :iven not ire that tr
III appear Before the manly eoort nf llnck Inland
count,, al the nffirr nf t tie clerk nf nail court. In
the city of K'rk Inland, at the March term, on
the tm Mnmlnv In Varrh, m il, at tr.ch urn.
all sew an havlntf elaima araiiint lil .mat. in
tMittfleil and rein..ted to attend, lor lue purpun
of havtre the rrnnr alinnte1.
All pervitin liidtflitcd In naiil estate are rconev
led In make Ininudiat pa)ucnt to the antler
Dated Ih'aSlat d.t of December. A. D.. 19 '
t'HAIILK.1 W. PA UK EH. Administrator.
Artanlnlalrator'a Mot Ira.
Ratal of Mary C. Hoffman, deceased.
The andernlirn.4 havina been appointed ad
ministratrix of the ental nf Mary lie Oman,
lale of th aonntjr of lluck I-lan-I. rtt of
llhnni, decMeed, hereby (iwi nolle, that h
IM e.prar before the count j court nf Knck 1-land
nnnnty, at the nmc nf the clerk nf aa'd coii't, in
thec'ty nf Knck Inland, at the February terra on
the 3rnt Monday In rtnary next, at hleh time
all re-moan bavins; claim aeainrl raid enisle are
nude) and reiiietrd to attend, (r the purpura
of having the same laat.d.
All pernoaa Irdehted to said eatste are rer,ael
d In auka laai.tllat payment la the uniicf
tirned. lat.d tble anth dayof IHetmber, A. D. 1815.
OHACC HI' FORD, Administratrix.
Administrator'. Not Ire.
Intateof Ellra Waoeh, deceased.
The nnrierlatiod havtnir been appointed admin
tatrairts with the will annexed, of the catate nf
Kit' Wsniih, late of the county of Knck I lnnd,
atate nf liiuniia, drceaaed, hereby Hi Ten notice
thai nhe will appear before the county coort
of Hnek Inland conntv. at the offlc. of the clerk
nf nald court. In the city nf Knck Islnnd. at tie
Fehrnary term, nn the rlrat atomlsr In r'ehrnary
neat, at whi htime all ernim having elaims
againa! nald entate are nntiiicd and r-quented to
atleid. fur the purpose, ol having t.ie lame ad
Junted. All pernnnn tnnVMed to nald entate are re
uented tn make Immediate payment to the on
rnlined. Dated thlt !8th day of Pee, A. D 1.
Admlnlratri with the will anccitil.
TATIOF Ii.MSiiIS, .
Rocn IauamdCothtt. I
la the circuit ronrt, tn chancery. Foreclnaure.
4encral No. i,ik,
John CrnlHtih ve Myra Wakened George W.
Moliee In herehy riven that by ylrtuo nf a de
er of naid ronrt, entered in the atn.ve rntltlt-d
ra tne, o the ;t may f It'cemtx r. A. It , !'., I
hall on Halnrd.iy.the ll day of Kehroarv. A. I .
1-e.ia.ai tlie lMuror 1 o'cloek in the alienionn. at
tte tnetn ttmr of the cimrt hHine, in the ctt v rl
-a Inland Inaaui county nf Knck Inlard. tn
pfyna'dde i e. , ll at public Tenilne. tn Ihe
btL'hrnt bidder for cvh, tht reilnln t.arrvlnf
land, nitnate In llieounty nf Km k Inland, and
elate or liliaoin, a.r.oon and tlercrioei a fol
Tbe went ninety fire fflM Ipet nf nt nnmN r
en (T)atd the meet nine: five ( foct of lot
nnmhnr ctirhl it and aVo the north thirty nn
foci nf lot nuraner nl-e (( all tn t-.vci.a' adul
tlnn tn the city nf Vidtne.
Daloil at bock Inland, Illlnola, thia tiih day of
IKcembcr, A. Iswfi.
KI.WIN K. PARMKNTSR.
Manlery In Chancery. Kork Inland County, 111,
Jcno A lltMT.
(laardlaa'e r of Keal Kntate.
"TAT OF ILLINOIS, I
Knri IlLUnCiirHTl. I
Hy vrfue of an nder and decree of the connty
court or KocK I!a04 ei-nuty. ia ine einic oi nu
to'n, mad. ni tho petition f tbe acdernitmed.
John tthlweilrr. guardian nf Wimam Ilau; tand
Klla llanpt, ralt.nr. lot lre to a-ll the In er. n
nf nnul mirnrn In real (air, at the Jannary
I'-rm. a. I.,l?3t. of ld mart. to-tt:-on the
ih any . t Jannsry. A. I) . lja I ahtll on Sat
nrdny. tn. n b of Ft hruary. A. IV. I. at the
hour of a n'rlork la the- afternoon nf na ddty.
aellnl puMir v-idue at lh! nonth dr of the
conn n n-e in tha ai t city of Knck ltani. in
aHtcniini,,4 kfwa In, and iim ntnte nf Illinoin.
to ihn h'rhent an beet biader. tho Interval of
nai4 minorn ta nal cntale doxribed aa for
krwn, to .it:
Le4 anmher nne (1). alan lha went tflcen feel
II M lumber t.o.ii. aln the weal 'tv T
feet iMl iiIMiiiiiIbi nil Iw blea-k
naoiher mtr m n ike on (Dal town of Coal Val-
'"iuit or hov-k la'ana, ana eiaie. oi
llllnwva, k.int th, two-third tS) Itterrat of naid
minora In aid rail entate.
Trfmena-! .. knlffUInf th. nnrehaM
rice at hn tine nf nuch aale. and tbe Tvmatader
aow. i if
M: we tire nm ol the pueehtne mor.y
wmw xxii H i a, partnaMr or pur
tbaeem en .lect.
Dated thin day of Jannary. A. T.. I!,.
Gnardlaa nf tlhaai Baapt aad kdaUaupr, ae
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
J and will be sent
2 free of charge.
A Tha Workft Uffett CVrthiaf
Stats and Jackson St.,
SOLO CNLY IN 2 L.B. PACKAGES,
VITALITY and ENERGY
DBfCNO U-OM THE FOOD YOU EAT.
OLD EXV ALL CROCCKS.
THE POTENT PEANUT.
ONE WOULD HARDLY THINK THE
HUMBLE GOOBER SO IMPORTANT.
About Fonr Mlllioa Baahela Ralaed la
Tbla Country Every Year The Moat Nu
trition and by Far the Cheapeat of
Food Snbetltnt) For Ollvo OIL
Bat little is known of the peanut out
side of localities in which it is grown,
and even where it is most largely grown
ts possibilities are for tbe most part not
at all realized, and it is not by any
means made to yield tbe highest results
it is capable of. Taking into account all
its sources of value, the peanut onght to
be one of the most profitable of the gen
eral farm crops in the south. The fol
lowing facts about it are in tbe main
condensed from a bulletin of the United
States department of agriculture pre
pared by R. B. Handy of the office of
The yearly production of peanuts in
this country is about ,4,000,000 bushels
of 22 pounds, the balk of the crop being
produced in Virginia, Georgia, Tennes
see and North Carolina. These 4,000,
000 bushels, while fully supplying the
present demand of the United States,
constitute but a small part of tbe pea
nut crop of te world, as the exporta
tion from Africa and India in 1892
amounted to nearly 400,000,000 pounds,
nf .which 222,000,000 pounds went to
Marseilles for conversion into oil.
Tho largest part of tho American crop
s sold by street venders, but small
amounts are used by confectioners, choc
olate manufacturers and for the manu-
fitcture of oil. Peanut oil is used for
lubricating and soapniaking and is a
good substitute for olive oil for salads
and other culinary purposes and as a
substitute for lard and cottolene and
butter in cooking. The residue from oil
niuking, known as "pe:uiut cake," is a
highly valued cattle food in the coun
tries of Europe and is also ground into
fine fleer and used as human food. It
makes good soup, griddle cakee, muf
fins etc., and is one of the most nutri
tive of foods. The vines, when dried,
becomo a very nutritive hay, readily
eaten by stock, though rcqniring care in
the feeding lest it produce colic.
The present usescf the peannt and its
products aro likely to bo greatly extend
ed and new channels of utility found
for it, as has been tho case with cotton
seed. With better methods of tillage and
a larger yield per acre the cost of pro
duction could be greatly lessened. Ac
cording to the eleventh census, the aver
age yield of peanuts in the United
States in 1889 was 17.6 bushels per
acre, the average in Virginia being
about 20 and in Tennessee 32 bushels
per acre. This appears to be a very low
average, especially as official and semi
official figures give 50 or GO bushels as
an average crop, and 100 bushels are not
an uncommon yield.
liile the peannt has been cultivated
in the United States to a limited extent
for a number of years, it is only since
18(id that the crop has become of pri
mary importance in the eastern section
of this country, which seems peculiarly
adapted to its production. Between 1805
and 1870 the rapid spread of the culture
of peanuts was phenomenal. Each year
doubled and .at times increased three
fold its crop over that of the preceding
year, so that this country, from being a
large importer of west African nuts,
was soon able to supply tbe domestio
demand with the home raised article.
Virginia, North Carolina and Tennes
see produce a largo part of the peanut
crop of the United States. Within the
last few years this crop has ceased to be
as profitable as heretofore. The method
of culture tho annual planting of nuts
on the same laud, the lack of proper ro
tation of crops, the complete removal of
all vegetation from the land and tbe fail
ure to replenish the soil by means of
fertilizers has been a great factor in
reducing the profits of the crop by re
ducing the ability of the land to pro
duce such crops as were previously se
cured in that section, so that" now in
stead of an average of 00 bushels per
acre, with frequent yields of over 100
bn.shcl.4, the average in the peanut sec
tions is not over 30 bushels, while the
cost of cultivation has been but slightly
As regards food value, peanut kernels.
with an average oi 29 per cent or pro
tein, 49 per cent of fat and 14 per cent
of carbohydrates in the dry material.
take a high rank aud should be classed
with such concentrated foods as soja
beans, cotton seed, etc The vines are
shown by analysis to be superior to
timothy hay as a feeding stuff and but
slightly inferior to clover hay.
The ground hulls ore used to a con'
siderablo extent as a coarse fodder in
European countries. Peanut meal, the
ground residue from oil extraction, is a
valuable feeding stuff highly appreciat
ed and extensively used in foreign coun
tries. It contains, as the averages of
over 2,000 analyses show, about 52 per
cent of protein, 8 per cent of fat and 27
per cent of carbohydrates and is one of
the most concentrated feeding stuffs
with which we are familiar, ranking
with cottonseed meal, linseed meal, etc.,
and in some cases ahead of them.
In describing the uses of peanuts it is
scarcely necessary to more than refer to
the use to which fully three-fourths of
the American raised crop is devoted.
The nut is sorted in the factory into
four grades, the first, second and third
being sold to venders of the roasted pes
nut either directly or through jobbers,
while the fourth is sold to confectioners
to be used in the making of "burnt
almonds," peannt candy and the cheap
er grades of chocolates. The extent of
the use of the peanut by the American
people will be more fully appreciated
when it is remembered that they sss
4,000,000 bushels of nuts yearly, at a
cost to tbe consumers of 110,000,000,
which do not form a part of the regular
article, of food, but are eaten at odd
time. Boston Herald. -
IS IT CURABLE?
A Qacatloa Oftaw Akod by Tho Afflicted
Is a strained joint curable? Is
local inflammation curable? Of
course, it properly treated. So is
People often become afflicted with
piles and ask some old 'chronic11
who has always persisted: in the
wrong treatment and naturally he
discourages them by telling them
that their case is hopeless.
They . in turn discourage others.
and thus a disease that can in everj
case be cured by careful and skillful
handling is allowed to sap the energy
of thousands who might free them
selves of the trouble in a few days.
Pyramid Pile Cure will cure the
most aggravated case of hemorr
hoids in an astonishingly short time.
It relieves the congested parts, re
duces the tumors instantly, no mat
ter how large, allays the inflamma
tion and stops the aching or itch-
ng at once.
Thousands who bad resorted to
expensive surgical treatment have
been cured by tbe ryramia rue Cure
in a number of instances persons
who had spent months in a hospital
under a pile specialist.
It is a remedy mat none need fear
to apply even to the most aggra
vated, swollen and inflamed hemorr
If you are afflicted with this stub
born disease you can master it and
master it quickly.
This remedv is no longer an exper
iment, but a medical certainty. It
s manufactured by the Pyramid
Drug compaty. of Albion, Mich.
Druggists sell it at ao cents per
box. It is becoming the most popu
lar pile cure this country has ever
known and druggists everywhere are
ordering it for their customers.
SNAKES AS FIREBRANDS.
now tbe Cuban Inaorgenta Fee Them to
It lias been left to the Cuban insurgents
to introduce onoof the most novel methods
of destruction ret known, that of the em
ployment of snakes to fire the sugar cane
fields. ' It is a generally accepted belief
that all things are created for a definite
and necessary purpose, but this is tho first
time the snake has been brought to a prac
tical basis of usefulness.
The recent march of General Gomez's
troops through tho sugar district was for
the avowed purpose of destroying the
plantations, and well has tho purpose been
achieved. Perhaps, however, if it hnd
not been for the ingenuity of bis men, he
might not have. dune, so well.
Snakes ore very plentiful in Cuba, but
none more, so than the varieties known as
tbe inaja and jtiho. These tho insurgents
would catch by tho hundred. Tho men
would divide into squads and form some
thing like skirmish lines only in closer
order. Theso lines would slowly advance,
beating bushes una irround as thov pro
gressed. As fast as one of tho snakes was
discovered a soldier would cloverly capture
it and throw it iuto a sack ho carried for
When ready for use, tho insurgents
would dip tho snakes in crude petroleum
grease, cans of which had been secured for
STAKTiaG TrtE LIVING FIUEBRAXDS.
tho purpose, set them on flro and then re
leaso them in tbocaueflclds. To fully ap
preciate tho effect of this it is necessary to
consider the fact that at this time of year
dry leaves cover the ground in tho cane
fields to tho depth of several feet, and
these leaves are ordinarily as dry as tinder.
luo blazing snakes, as soon as released.
would make their way as rapidly as possi
ble amid these leaves toward tho center of
tho plantation, leaving a trail of fire in
their wake. Imagine a hundred of these
reptiles thrown almost simultaneously in
to the fields of great plantations, and the
havoc they would cause can better be im
agined than described.
If the Spanish troops should reach the
vicinity or one or these mammoth cane
fires, they would bo inclined to think
liattlo was going on, for, as the cane
burns fiercely, there is a roaring and pop.
ping that, even to tho trained ear, would
seem like the rattle of musketry. This
phenomenon is caused by tho almost in
stnnt generation of gas from the cane by
neat, wmcn causes tho cane to burst.
Betas! Meant Death.
A citizen of France imnrcssed for 28
ways military service at Lyons recently
iH'Sged for a reprieve on account of his
wife's serious Illness and because she
ncoued Ids care. The uctitlon was refused,
and thereupon man and wife committed
suicide hy taking strychnine.
Backlen'a Arnica. Halve
The best salve in the world for
cuts, bruises, tores, ulcers, salt
rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped
nanas. chilblains, corns and all akin
eruptions, and positively cures
piles or no pay required. It is guar
anteed to nive perfect satisfaction, or
money refunded. Price 25 cents per
cox- i or sale by Harts Ullemeyer.
Bheeaaauant Cared la a Day.
'Mystic Cure1 for rhematism and
neuralgia cures in 1 to S days. Its
action upon the system is remarks-
ble and mysterons. It removes at
once the canse, and the disease
immediately disappears. The first
dose greatly relieves, 76 cents. Sold
by utto tiro tj an, druggist, Kock is
land and Gust. Schleeel ft Son, 220
west Second street, Davenport.
Children Cry for
Services at th Dt (rarest Chnrehaa To.
At Trinity chapel. Rev. B. F.
Sweet, rector; even song and Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m.
At Trinity church. Rev. R. F.
Sweet, rector; Sunday school at
15 a. m. Matins at 10:45 a. m.
Celebration at 12 m. Even cong at
30 p. m.
At the Christian, services at 10:45
m. and 7:30 p. m., conducted by
the pastor. Rev. T. W. Grafton.
Morning subject, "The Christian at
Church;" evening, "The Man of the
book. tsunuav school at 9:1) a.
. T. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p. m.
At the Immanuel Baptist, Forty-
fourth street. Preach ine at 10.45 a.
and 7:30 p. m. conducted by the
pastor. Rev. S. H. Cain. Morning
subject, "The Baptism of Fire;"
evening, "Ambassadors for Christ1
Sunday school at 3 p. m. Young
people's meeting at 6:30 p. m.
At the First Methodist, preaching
at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. In
the morning the pastor, Rev. F. .
uerreii, win preach, subject, 'bat
ing the Rolir" In the evening Rev.
George W. K. Hoover, of Chicago,
will preach on Practical Christian
ity." Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Young people's meeting at 6:0
At the United Presbyterian,
preaching at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
by the pastor. Rev. H. C. Marshall.
The pastor would like to see every
member ol the congregation at this
service. Subject, "Our Kvaneelisuc
Meetings; How to Insure Success;"
evening. 'Christ tbe rower and Wis
dom of tiod." Sunday school at 9:30
m. Young people's meeting at
:45 p. m.
At the Broadway Presbyterian.
Rev. V. S. Marquis, pastor, will
preach at 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p.
ai. In the morning reception of
members and celebration of the Sac
rament of the Lord's Supper. Even
ing, "The Balance n heel ol Youth.
Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Young
people s meeting at 6:45 p. m. Sun-
lay school at houth I'ark chapel at
:30 p. m.
At the First Baptist, preaching by
the pastor, Kev. C. k.. lav lor. Ph. D.
Subject for morning. "The Glorious
Mission;" evening, "Practical Chris
tianity or the Christian in Society."
Sunday school at 9:30 a. ni., J
Woodin, superintendent. B. Y. P.
prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m., led
by the president. Observances of
the 5th anniversary. Special pro
gram history, music and an address
bv General Secretary J. P. Bailey, of
the i. M. C. A. Junior union at
2:30 p. m.
Mother of Alllne; Daughters.
Every woman above 15 years of
age should read the book "Advice
to Mothers Concerning Diseases of
Women and Children," published by
the -oa-l'nora Medicine company,
Send to the secretary of the com
pany, H. G. Colman, Kalamazoo,
Mich., or ask your druggist for a
copy. Sold by T. H. Thomas and
Marshall & tisber.
Sir John Herschel proved that an ici
cle 45 miles in diameter and 200,000
miles long would melt in one minute
should it fall into the Eun.
Suffered for His Country.
Tbe Sad Plight of a Veteraa Cripple!
llama and Foot.
From the Clironiele, Chicago, HU
Charlen A. Rogers, a veteran of the War
or the Krliellion, ana a prominent west
Side citizen, who resides at 8tfl Jaeknoq
lioulpvartl. was born in lirooklvn. A. I
liflv-tour years aim, and when a boy of
scarcely fourteen came to Chicago, since
wlnrh time this city has been bin Home.
At the termination of the W ar, Mr. liogera,
having received his discharge in July, 1605,
lutintl his health very much broken,
lie suffered from chronic diarrhoea, ma
laria fever and sharp, shooting pains in the
hack and lower limbs. These pains, at that
time, he attributed to rheumatism, but the
disease soon Droved to be locomotor ataxia.
In npiU of continued treatment hy some of
hit-aim's leauine and most skiiltul physi
eiann, the malady increased rather than
abated, until by rapid stages he came to use
invalid's wheel chair, which to thin day is
his only means of locomotion, as he has not
been able to walk since lbn.
lor years, at every change in the weather,
or exposure to the slightest uranght. exeruci.
ating. sharp, darting pains that cannot lie
ooscriiKHi wonia oicur, lamina; ones irorn
ten to fifteen davs at a time withont a mo
ment's cessation. The agony he suffered at
these times was almost unendurable. No
sleep could come to bis relief, day or night,
and his ease was a most deplorable one.
So the years went on until the winter of
1RH2, when he was attacked with la ITippe,
which was so prevalent at that time. This
complaint, added to his other malady, well
nigh crazed him. lie could neither eat nor
sleep, and the best of medical talent that
friends could suggest or money procure
seemed powerless to help him, but on the
contrary appeared to aggravate his disease.
At this unfortunate juncture a new light
came into his life. Mrs. Pogers, his estim
able wife, having read in the Jntfr-Orran of
Ir. "Williams' l'ink Pills, urged that he
should try them. lie confessed, however,
to having little or no faith in any so-called
patent medicine, but hersolicitations finally
prevailed and lie commenced using them by
taking one at a done. In throe or four days
he began to crave food, which he had not
done lor many rears before. He increased
the size of the doses to two pills at a time,
and in less than two weeks wanted, as he
expresses it, three square meals a day.
Gradually bt perceptibly his general
health improved, his bowels became regular
and the horrible pains with which he had
been afflicted, begun slowly but surely to
diminish in their intensity, nntil now they
hare greatly subsided aud he feels like an
Having read the foregoing, I hereby cer
tify that tbe facts in my cose are as stated
Signed, Chas. A. ItOCFTtst.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this
twenty-ninth Hst of October, lattt.
A. F. PoRTMAX. -Votary Publie.
Dr. 'Williams' Pink Pills are sold by all
aValera, or will be sent post paid on receipt
f price, 50 cents a box, or six boxes for
fi.XO (they are never sold in bulk r bv tha
IflOV by arWraing Dr. Williaaaa Mediria
Coaanaay, Bctaeaectady, N. Y.
Are manifested by BACKACHE, RHEUMATISM, LOSS OF
APPETITE, FOUL TONGUE, BAD BREATH, WEAK
NESS, LOSS OF ENERGY and CHRONIC CATARRH
OF THE THROAT.
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
LIVER and KIDNEY, BALM
Is the remedy you need, of equal service in all mild or chronic
LIVER, KIDNEY and FEMALE TROUBLES.'
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The Portage Entry
Successors to the Portage
Red Stone Co., also to Furst
Neu 4k Co.,
r Borai etobs or
LAKE SUPERIOR PORT
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Attorneys at Law.
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Jackson 6c Hunt,
Attorneys at Law.
OBra ta Book Island HaUottal Baak balldlnjc
Sweeney Ac Walker,
Attorneys and Cooncellora at Law.
OOm la Bancstaa Block.
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Lecal M sines of all kinrl Breaaatly a
, Mate Attorney of Bock Island mat
O Be. Fostoll Block.
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OBce, Whlttakw Block, tnatfcwwt coraat
Third sad Brad; streets. Davapvt. Iowa
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