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gives tttter results than two full tea
spoonfuls . of any other. TRY IT.
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Attorneys at Law.
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Chaxlaw J. BMrla,
Attorney at Law.
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a, lejAhVmieT ef Hock UUad eosaty
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Attorney at Law.
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hatldlags, Bnaan U aad Is, Mitchell LyirfU
baudlna. Take elevator.
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Hew Deatal Fir lore, orer rtarta 6 TJUeaeyer
Drag Mote, Third aee&aa aad TveBlleU etreet
The raieat apeotaUMatt for iklllad dental work.
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Cut Flowera and Detlgni o! all
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5 racialist of Eja. Ear, Nose
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la M days by ew rrrrctedl erlrnttlc nwtbnd
that Maawt 'all aafeae the eaee la berved haaita
aid. Tl feel tmpenead the Sra day; K-ej
a benefit every day ; rwe know yoareelf a klnf
mem BKa la body, ml ad aad bean. Itralae and
yiii ii. y,r j ... wmj MJTWI lire
reraenrn. Kerre furee. wul.enerry. "a'n Mwer.
wh 'e feillaa are reetorrd. If aeclerud each
tmaMe. mart fatally, ate lied everywhere, ele4
f-t l. Six boiee aw A. A. !. Ralaa, FMrU
areaae and Twea.ty.Ulrd etreet. Mock Ialaad,
The only safe, attre and
.li.kUT.inal Pill .T.T
ofTprcd to Ladies. Eape-
a mirrKd lcuea. saar ior
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u'lumenooturr. bC XB FOB CTBCriAa.
iTictj tl.etl per box. boxes for iS.OO.
BIL OTTS CHEE'CAL CO. CkTmawl, Ott!t
aWd ly t. L laVajea. diMMiai,
Ittat of Jacob WlTnis, deceased.
Tb. onderslgued having been appointed exeou
tliz of the last will atdtretewentof Jacob Wilms
ate of too count of Rock Island, stat
of Illinois, doretsrd. hereby give notice that be
will appear before the county court of Hock lulled
county, at the office of the clerk of ssld coart, is
be city of Rnok Island, at the June term, on
be ant Honda la Jan. next, at which time
II persons having claim, against ald eatate are
aoti'Jed and rcqsested to attend, for the puypo
if having th. eame adjusted
All person indebted to said estate are feqaes-
cd to auk. Immediate payment to the nader
Dated th'iM day of April. A. D MS.
Ass Warns, Executrix.
Notice of Fiaal Settlement
Batata of Patrick Bieanan. deceaatd.
Public r.otl-e le hereby given that tie utder
rlgeed. Tin dim B Reidy. administrator, baa th t
day filed hie laa' repot and Mitlemeat aa toco
la lb connty court nfKoek Ialaad county, aad
that an mdrr haf been ca'emd by aaid eoo't p
proving the aaid rrport. unlet ob'jeeilori there
to or t.uie to the contrary be shown on or before
the earning of court oa ti. J in day of April. A.
!.. 1H9S. and upon tb. final approval of .aid ra
sa rt in. aaid itomM H Relay, administrator
will ak tor an order or daVtri ballon, and wil
also a-kid to he discharged. Alt peraona inter
eted are n Hilled to attend.
Kock talaad. 11L, AptU 4, IBM.
T. B. RrtnT,
Administrator of the estate of Patrick Braunan,
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I.-
KtlCB IrLAKB CCTT, 1
Joa'e HcDjnald a. Arthor McDonald, in cban
eery. AltldiTltof non-rsldenre of Arthor McDonald,
:he abov. oefendaot. havtna bean filed In tht-
! clerk' oalre of the circuit court of eaideouaty.no
i lice Iptnerefo.. hereby invea to th.eaid non-reel
j d-nt derenflante that the complainant Died ner bill
i ef complaint In Mid court, on the chancery aide
) thereof, on the ltth day of March, 1HM.
j aud that thereupon a nmmoce leaned oat of end
1 court, wherein raid eait la now pending, reinrn
! atil. on the Aral Monday la th. mocth ot
I May, th. Mute belnc; llrat day of eaid Mai
i teraa next, aa la by law required. Mow,
i nnleee you, the eaid non-reidrnt defen
ant aln.ye named ahall perranalir be and
I appear before avid clronlt court, on the tret da)
of the next term thereof, to be holden a
Kik leland in and for the Mid county, on the
I fifth day In May next, at.it pkad, answer
, or demur to the eaid complainant' bill o'
I complaint, the me and the matters and thing.
uiCTviH cuergea ana kiatea win n utea h con
freeed, and a decree entered ajfainat ion accord
ing to the lira) cr of aaid bill.
Georui W. OAaaia, Clerk.
Rock Ialaad, Hl March, la, lms.
C. J. BXABXa, Complainant'! Solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Hoc a leutao Cocarr.
In the csnnty coart at the June term, A. D., I.
Clierke II Brandenburg ye Mury A Gitt. wid
ow, Jennie Drroe, Jacob W Gitt. Matilda Phil
lip. Sarah Adame, OalTin fillt.John K Gitt.
t 'ura aiiie. Me tiy, William Gitt and George
Wicv'lnt, adiiiinldnitor of MUte of K l.iicth
Hriily. di-ceaatd. I'ctltlon (u eel) realeeute
To the aKovt-namcd defendant, Matilda Pall
lip. Sarah Adam, CnlMu out and Will am Gitt:
Am lay It of the non-reiilenre of yon. Matilda
Phillip. Oaliin Ultt anil William uilt, and affida
vit that yon, Sarah Adam, cannot be f jund. so
that proceea ran be aerrt d opon ynh, end that
n(on diligent Inquiry your piiee of residence
canoot be aecerlaincd. notice la hereby given to
you and each of you that the above earned petl-lloai-r
baa filed in the taid conr; hi pe
litioa agalnet yon for leave toncll real relate to
pay debt; that a aummon ha been iaeued In
Mid eanra mrt yoa, returnable to the June
term, A. !., I'M, of Mid conn to he bexna aad
holden at the coart bon.e In ihe city of Rock ll
nd. In nld county of Rork leUna, on the first
Monday of Juoe. A 1) , I-, at which time and
p ace ?ea will appear and plead, aoewer or de
mur to m d petition if you ee fit.
Iiated at Rock 1 aid. III- thl Vth day of April.
A. D., 1M. Djai.mau Kohlxu,
Clerk of Mid Count Coirt,
BwitxtT Wir, Solicitor for Petitioner.
STATK OF ILLI"OH. i
Km l.i.mu fo-iatT.
In Ihe county court, April term A. D. IhVi.
linnlef rhalla admirl.t'atrix of th ettite of
Henry llaahrr, deccaved pptilioner, v Aanie
Makker. ht't llakkvr the Kock lelaml Melurvl
rtul'dln. io-ta ned Savloic aeeociation: and
t'onrjd A. Spledel a cnardlen ef Annie ilskker
an I Mary Dakker defeedaala.
V-tltloo to eell real eatate to piv debt.
Te wbian H mey concern, notice I hereby
Civen Ihet by v!r ueof an orJer and decree of
tie county court of Ko;k Ielenl ccuoty. Illtool-,
entered on the aetltlon of the under. lxned. Min
nie Sclra'.tx, aa admlnietratrx ef the eatate of
Henry Hnaker. deceaMd. for leave to Mil the
real etof Mi4decead at Mid April term,
A. I . ISM. ef eaid court, the andenigned will on
tb. xVh day or rext May. ihe earn belor the tVh
dty of May. A. D , ISM, between the hour of 10
o'e'ock In the fore noon and 4 o'clock in the af
terntmn of atd day, lo-wiu, at the hoar of t
o'clock p. aa.. Mil at public Mle at the eouth
4a r of te c mrt houee. In the eitr of Kock 11
aid le Mid cmatyaad atale, to ihe kia-beet aid
b.-at bidder, the real evtale dcacribed aa follow.,
lM twelve (IS) aad fvuneea (It) In block
tk n ta aaaia Pfirk addition to tae clly of
Knck l aidla thecliy af Mock Ialaad. in the
enunty of hurk leland aad ttat. of llliaol. tub
lert to a halanc ef a boa two hundred t0 dol
lar till do upon a mwtgtao into executed in
favorof tae Ruck Iland Malaal Kallaing, Loan
A aavlaga aorlatl'a oa the ta day t Jane.
lr aad orawiiig ix ifii per cent per annum tr
teret;Midle to leclud wl low' dower and
bomeetead. Term, of rale cut. ,
uatcd this SOtA day of April. Istt.
Mre x rVnt'LTx.
AdmlniatratrU of th. Katate of Henry lisaker.
f- J.txaai.k, AUorney.
maao a wen .
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wwi iii VMlteer
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' in. nnpiT none Draw Pltarmacv
. KlH K l .l AND, ILL; by VuT rieadeS
UOL'.KL, ILL., and ethu hvd.elt
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aa a at 'i , mm
MIGHT HAVE FURNI6HE0 FOOD FOR
THE VILOEST CREDULITY.
Mr. Clinton Waa Naturally AVataalahetl at
What th. Doctor Ban eat Tadd Bias.
Bow a Baltimore Mas necoewmd raaa
Uy Flate Stolen Vear Before.
Here are two veritable coincidences
related at a Boston dinner table erst
while. Both might have been based upon
any kind cf nncannj, fateful manipula
tion of circumstances, seemingly impos
sible in the natnral order, bad they been
introduced by any such motive. They
are simply rare and enrions sequence of
facts, trna tn everything bat names of
Mr. Clinton lived in Dorchester. where
he had a large establishment. One night
his child's nurse was taken suddenly ill
with a kind of spasm. The woman's serv
ices to the infant had been invaluable,
and her faithfulness had won her the re
spect and affection of her master. As
the coachman happened to be away that
evening and the necessity for the serv
ices of a physician was argent, Mr. Clin
ton saddled his horse anrj rode hastily
into town and was very soon ringing at
the door of the family doctor, in Boyl
ston street. His inquiry of the servant
maid who opened it if the doctor was at
home was met by a reply which stupe
fied him for a moment, so that he fell
back against the wall of the passage and
forgot the exigency of his errand.
"Dr-tJ. is out." said the girl. "Mr.
Clinton, a patient of his, came in on
horseback an hoar ago, aud asked him
to come oat of town to see a nurse in
his family who was in convulsions. "
Recovering from the shock of an ap
parent doppelganger thns forced upon
his conception, questioning elicited the
fact that the second patient, bearing his
own name, lived in Charlestown. In all
other things the circumstances concern
ing two persons of the same patronymic
was identical. The honr. the illness,
the vocation of the sufferer, the arrival
on horseback, were accidental coinci
dences which led nowhere and meant
nothing, though they might, with stim
ulating attributes, have furnished food
for the wildest credulity.
A member of the B. family of Balti
more was sent for one evening to see a
convict who had expressed such an ar
gent desire for the interview that the
jailer acceded to bis request to send the
message, which conveyed the singular
intimation that it might be much to the
gentleman's advantage if he would
come to tiie prison. He found an evil
looking fellow who, having just received
a long sentence, which would in all
probability be a life one, had been
moved by remorse to communicate to
Mr. B. certain facts in connection with
a robbery of his family plato in which
he said he had been concerned (several
years before. The robber told his aston
ished hearer, who had long given up
any hope of detectiug the criminal or
recovering the property, that ha and an
other were concerned in the crime. The
silver had been placed in a bundle
which was in his possession. His con
federate was to meet him at an agreed
place on the night following the bur
glary and they were then to make off to
gether, but if he failed to keep the ap
pointment it was a signal of danger,
and the follow who hud the "swag"
was to understand that he had better
get it out of his hands without delay
aud secure bis own safety. The appoint
ment was not kept, and the thief, de
siring to make an effort at restitution,
however unlikely, bad sent for Mr. B.
to tell him that he had thrown the
package over the wall of a certain
graveyard which be described, and that
it had fallen within the deor of a tomb
which was standing open and of which
he indicated the position.
Expressing suitable recognition of the
intentions of the repentant criminal, Mr.
B. left him. scarcely intending to pursue
the matter further. The next morning,
however, found him at the door of the
aexton in charge of the burying place.
The sexton, on hearing the description
of the tomb, showed at first some con
fusion, which Mr. B. understood when
he was reminded that the tomb described
was his own family vault, and the sex
ton, who had at once remembered a gross
carelessness of his own, went on to re
call the Tact that the time was that of
the death and burial of a cousin of the
family, and to acknowledge that he had
never forgotten or forgiven himself the
accidental leaving of the door of the
tomb open the night following She funer
al. The two repaired to the tomb and
found the package inclosed within it,
the silver tarnished, but untouched, just
as the thief had cast the family plate.
by an uneqnaled coincidence, into the
family bnrial place of its Owners. Boa
A Jfovel Will.
There lias been unearthed among a
bundle of old roort dorumeuts at Balti
more the following uuique will, execut
ed by Mrs. Anna E. Kuhn years ago. It
reads as follows: "This, my last will
and testament, I bequeath all my jew
elry to Kate, my old clothes to Anna,
my .books to Frank, my good wishes to
Herman and Philip, and request that
they go to church at least six times a
year, and a sweet memory of myself to
my loving better half, and also my in
heritance from my father to go to Anna
and Kate jointly. My last wish. Anna
Lihwly tai Fay aa Aeraetab
ITicks I'm in hard lack.
Wicks How sn?
Hicks Why. here's a money order
that I've just gat for $20, and the only
man in town that can identify me to
the money order clerk is one that I ewe
f 30 to. Somervilra Journal
The first trapdoor was made by a
species of African spider which has its
nest in the ground, and crones the en
trance by means of a trapdoor opening
outwardly and covered with bita of earth
and grass in order to escape observatioo.
' HE HANG UP ANOTHER.
' . "
A Sober axm-w Faaay Kxperteme. With a
Fare Boglater. , ,
Sometimes things happen to men who
are perfectly sober. This one happened
on a north bound "limits" ear.
. The car was crowded, and when
Schiller street was reached, the lady who
sat just about amidships waa unable to
attract the attention of the conductor to
have him signal so she might get off.
Mr. Sanborn is always gracious, al
ways suave, always courteous. He saw
beauty in distress, and ha believed in
helping his neighbor. So be reached np
to the cosd and rang the belL Of course
itVas the wrong cord, and the arrow
on the face of the cash register moved
up from 65 to CO.
It is not recorded that a conductor
ever failed to notice it when this sort of
blunder occurred. And so the conductor,
far away as he was, out of sight of the
passenger's signal, began to edge his
way forward throngh the crowd, venge
ance threatened by his manner.
Of course the pasengers tittered, and
Mr. Sanborn should have turned red.
But he didn't
He awaited the approach of the col
lision with the same suavity. The lady
in whose behalf the harm was done had
left him to his fate and was edging to
the front door as the car came to a halt.
"Who rang up that fare?" demanded
the man with a proper grievance.
"I did, "vmanfully replied the culprit.
He afterward avowed that he was ready
to plead guilty in any other language,
if, as he expected, the conductor might
not be finest with English.
The representative of corporation
lost no time. He expressed various
opinions, all tending to a harmony of
result, of the man who would do such a
consummately idiotic trick as to ring
np a fare instead of pulling the signal
bell. Of course from his point of view
it was a stupid trick.- The conductor
who would be so stupid would have
trouble in maintaining his standing
with the authorities of the line.
But Mr. Sanborn wasn't a conductor
and didn't want to be. He accepted the
situation, and when the conductor
reached'the end, he was ready.
"You'll have to pay that fare," con
cluded the conductor.
"Very well, I can do it," said Mr.
Sanborn, handing a silver dime to his
The latter fished around in his pocket
for the nickel that was due in return.
Then came Mr. Sanborn's revenge.
" Yon may keep the change," ho said,
with the same unfailing suavity. "I
wont to ring it again."
And ring it again he did, to the de
light of the sympathetic passengers,
who had before enjoyed the situation
and now found their pleasure multi
plied. But the dunifoundetfconductor
squeezed his way back to his domain of
the platform and muttered, "Well, I'm
darned. " Chicago Record.
Sir Henry Caleraft,
Sir Henry Caleraft, who died the oth
er day, was for many years one of the
best known and most popular men in
the social life of Loudon. In a sketsh
ot his career The St, James Gazette
sujs: "There was a famous hangman of
the name of Caleraft, and Sir Henry
used to be jixrularly known as the Hang
mana title he would laughingly ac
cept. The position he held in public and
social life may not inaptly be indicated
by recalling the circumstances that his
name was freely canvassed as that of
Mr. Delane's successor in the editorship
of The limea He knew nothing of jour
nalism in its practical aspects, bnt he
had an unrivaled knowledge of the
men and affairs of his time, and it was
this fact and the reputation he had ac
quired as a man of signal penetration
und soundness of judgment that led to
the association of his name with the
editorship. Sir Henry had never dulled
the brightness of his onrlnnk nn lifn hv
accepting the responsibilities of matri
mony, na was a confirmed bacheloa,
who retained to middle nun thn mvutv
A Hew Teat of Sobriety.
Shibboleths to test sobriety, or com
parative sobrietv. in il
posed drunkards have often been heard
oi. ana nave generally been looked upon
as jokes for the
smoking room. From a case reported at
mo yyesiminster ponce court, it ap
pears that a doctor, examined as a wit
ness, has invented a test phrase which
be regards as infallible. It is, "Tbe
artillery extinguished the conflagra
tion early." This may be very effect
ive, and it Was triad anccoei:fnlli; nn
cabman (the defendant), but the doctor
ur-eu no nave raxed nis inventive pow
ers. There is the "Peter Piper picked a
peck of pepper," etc., test, and one or
two more not quite so elaborate. "Bib
lical criticism" and "British constitu
tion" have long been favorite tests, but
the best is probably "Mrs. Smith's fish
sauce shop. "Loudon News.
Z-io coin's Grammar.
The grammar studied by Abraham
Lincoln when he clerked in Denton
Offutt's store at New Salem in 1630 is
in North Dakota, in tbe possession of
the widow of Robert Rut ledge of Cas
selton. In the inside of the front cover
is a receipt fen- f 30, given with an order
on James Rut ledge by Offutt in Liu
toln's handwriting aud over his sigua
rare. Indianapolis Journal. '
Geramay aad Stcana.
In Adulph Werter's queer littlo vol
ume tif mechanical statistics and oddi
ties, which bears tiie very appropriate
title of "Carirtities of the Steam En
gine." we find the following: "Tbe
very first steam engine which ever re
volved its wheels in Germany was set
in motion by Harkort at Freiheitwet
ter on Aug. 25. 1T85. "
In all governments there must of as
casaity be both the law and the sword ;
laws without arms would give as not
liberty, but licentiousness; and arms
without laws would produce not subjec
tion, but filavsry. Colton.
They Are gnaw to I emcnlah Wheat Denulmel
eaT Their Die of Meat.
It baa been proved time and again
that tbe so called "cannibal plants," of
which the Venus fly trap is tbe type,
are much more healthy when allowed
their regular insect food than when
they are reared under netting or in any
other manner which excludes them
from their regular meat diet. The above
is an oddity of itself, especially when
we consider the fact that tbeejs a certain
school of botanists which teaches that
cannibal plants make no use whatever
of tbe insect prey captured by them, but
it is nothing compared with the bold
assertion made by Francis Darwin.
That noted scientific gentleman bravely
meets the "vegetarian, botanist" with
the assertion that all kinds and classes
of plants, whether known aa "ineaters"
or not. bear more and heavier fruits
aud seeds when fed ou meat than those
that are not allowed a flesh diet. He
grew two lots, comprising various vari
eties of the different 00m mon plants.
One lot was regularly fed, through
their roots of course,' with pure juices
compressed from meat, the other with
water and the various fertilisers. The
final figures on this experiment proved
that the plants which were fed pure
meat juice bore 16ft fruitiTof the differ
ent kinds, while iLe unfed plants of
the same number and originalcoudition
bore but 74; also, that "the pampered
plants bore !40 seeds to every fWberne
by the plants that were not given a
chance to gratify cannibalistic taste.
This is certainly a discovery worthy of
much carefni study and extensive ex
periment. Cincinnati Enquirer.
F. Marion Crawford, the novelist,
who has met niauy Armenians in the
east, says cf them: "I doubt whether
they are the innocent, confiding, inof
fensive Christians that the American
people believe them to be. My experi
ence with them is that they are the
sharpest, shrewdest and trickiest of all
the eastern people. They say iu Turkey
that it takes ten Jews to equal one Ar
menian and five Armenians te equal
one Persian in sharp business dealings.
They have many able men amoiJ them,
and I doubt not that their leaders have
to a certain . extent fomented this trou
ble, hoping that the governments of
Europe would interfere and that Arme
nia would be entirely Breed from Turk
In regard to the Tunks he says: "I
would rather trade with a Turk or a
Jew in any part of the east than with a
Christian. I have the highest respect
for Christianity, but the Christians of
tbe east are not like us. The business
men among tbem are to a large extent
a set of sharpers, so much so that the
words oriental Christian in the minds of
eastern travelers is almost synonymous
with that of thief. Tho Turks are, as a
rale, very devout. Nearly all of them
read the Koran, and even the meu of
the better classes are careful to conform
ta the details of everyday Mohammedan
worship." New York Tribune,
A curious chemical result of experi
ments made by Striudberg, as noted in
Annales Iudnstrielles, is that sulphur
is not only not a simple body, but not
even an original one, being simply a
common fsil rosin or bitumen. He
finds that when sulphur is melted at
about 30 degrees, it disengages an odor
of turpentine or camphor, and if a
traco of iodine be added the odor be
comes more marked. If it be heated
anew to between 1 60 degrees and 230
degrees, it loses oxygen and drops to the
level of caoutchouc, of which latter
it assumes the color and consistency;
then, if the brown and viscous liquid
which ia obtained in this manuer be
cooled, it preserves its nature for a cer
tain length of time, and then resumes
its state of rosin.
A Talaabta Prescription.
Editor Morrison, of the Worthing'
ton, Ind., Snn, writes: "Yeu have a
valuable prescription in Electric
Bitters, and I can cheerfully recom
mend it lor constipation and sick
headache, and as a general system
tonic it- has no equal." Mrs. Annie
Stchle, 2625 Cottage Grave avenue,
Chicago, was all run down, could
not eat nor digest food, had a back
ache which never left her and felt
tired and weary, bnt six bottles of
Electric Bitters restored her health
and renewed her strength. Price 50
cents and $1. (Jet a bottle at Hartz
& Uliemeycr's drng store.
Special Train to Cedar Rapid.
Tuesday. April 28. the B., C.
R. A N. railway will provide a spe
cial train for the G. A. R. and all
others who desire to attend the state
encampment at Cedar Rapids. The
grand parade will be held on this
date at 2 p. m. Train leaves Daven
port at 8 it. m. Arrive Cedar Rapids
11 a. m. Round trip rate $2.26. For
further particulars call on station
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Trial size. 50 cents. For Bala at M.
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School of Driss Uiklag
C8T ill KiCE TCB1 B7I OITIXC.
Oar SCHOOL is decidedly
the best place ia this vicin
ity to learn the entire art of
French Dress Making. Pupils
make dresses while learning.
Good positions for competent
persons. Fashion plate and
Reduced Bates for the next SO
days to those taking the system.
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Buy, Sell and Manage
property. Collect Rents.
The old tire and time
tried companys repre
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as any reliable company
Tom Patronage ia Solicited. .
Office 1810, Second At.
Harper Howe Sloea.
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on baTllic VITAI-I. nomher. Can he carried it
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furf.'l.oowith' axuaraniee to Car or Kef aad
tb Money, tin mar ree. Adriiwo
CALUMET MEDICINE C0-. CHICAGO. ILL
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STATS Ct ILLINOIS, l
tn tbe Circuit court. Hay tana, IBM. In chan
cery. Porter Skinner, complainant, v Beteey Hey
aolda. John U Hey aolUa. Ben Reynold. Klieha P
Reynold, or, Lnry M Channon. Amanda O Rey
nold and Mlliha p Reynold, Jr. executor nnder
the laat will aad leatameat of SUaha P Rey
Affidavit of con-reaidrnce cf the defend
ant. Betaey Reyuolda. John H Reynold. Ben
aeynolda, Rliha P Kvynuld. Jr. and Kliaba P
Reynold. Jr. eircut.ir .odor tiie laat will aad
teetament of Kliaba P Retnoid, Sr. irapleaded
with tbe abov. named defendant, Lqci H Chan
non and Amanda O Reynold, harinr been Sled
In the clerk 'a ofnoa of the circuit eonrt of aaid
coaniy. notice ia therefore hereby f yen to the aaid
non-rraldrat arfendant that the complainant
Sled his bill of complaint In eaid court, on the
chancery aide thereof, on the tTlh day of Pebra
ary, lW. and that fhereapon a.nmmoa leaned
out of aaid eonrt, wherein aaid oit la now Bend
lag. Returnable on th flret dar of the next May
term thereof, to-wit: en th fourth day of May
Beit, a I by law requited. Row, nnlee yoa, the
aaid non-reeident defendant above named. Ret
ey Reynold. John II Ueynolua. Ben Reynold.
Rlicba P Reyuolda, Jr. and Biteha P Reyapld.
executor nnder the lt will and tetament of
lieha P Reynold. Sr. ahall personally be nt.d
appear before tbe said elrcoit court, on thn first
day of the next term thereof, to be holden at
Rock leland In aid for the eaid connty. on the
fourth" day In May. next, and plead, anewer
or demur to the aaid complainaat'e bill of
complaint, the same aad 'the matlcre and things
therein charged and (tated will be taken a con
f eased, aad a decree entered against you accord
ng to the prayer of aaid bill.
Gbobhb W. Gawau, Clerk.
Rock Ialaad, rjlinoie, Feb.7, lSat.
Ounonna A Ltbsb.
Dunaaa A Porraa,
Haae A Btrroas.
STATS OF IIXIWOIB, l
Cnnnty eonrt of Rock Island Bounty, to th May
term. A. D. 1HS6.
Charles Schreiber administrator of th estate of
U!af A. Anderson, deceased, ys Loalsa Ander
son. Oscar Anderson. Cbarlee Anderson, Bmll
Anderson, Ida Schreiber. Christina Welch, New
J. Neios aad Juliette Ludtngton. petition to 11
real estate to pay debt.
Affidavit of the non-rerMenoe of Bmll Anderson
ami Juliette Lndingt m, dufemlsnla above named,
having been filed in Ihe office of tbe clerk of the
connty court of Rock leland county, notice ia
hereby given to the said Bmll Anderson aad Juli
ette Ludington that the .aid plaintiff. Charieo
acbricber, admlnHtrator f tbe estate of olaf A.
Anderson, deceased, ha filed bis petition in the
aaid county coart of Rock fland county foeaa or
der tn sell the premises berangiag to tbe estate or
aid def eased, or 00 much of it a may be needed
lo pay Ihe debts' of taid deceaajd. and described
aa follows, to-wit- Beginntng at the aortaeast
eornerofihe eouth naif ('41 of the northeast
quarter ia) of aection nnmber five (5) in towa
ahip number seventeen 4171 math, range namber
one (1 weat of the fourth (4th principal merid
ian ; thence ssuth oa section line fifty (60) fact
for a startlnff point ; the or west one hundred
and twenty-eight ( 1H feet ; ibenc eouth If ty (50
feet; tnenee east one hundred and twenty-wight
(1381 feet; theses aortb fifty (M) feet to tho
place of beginainz, reserving a atria twenty
eight (2B) feet wide on tbe east aid for a road ;
all lines to run parallel with the corresponding
Being the premise known and described aa bit
number two (II In block number fifteen (la) in
Or land 1 Child's addition to the city of Molme. ss
designated on Ihe lecordcd Plat cf said addition
annate ia the county of Rock Island aad state of
Illlaois. aad that a aumaicras hae been issued out
of aaid court sirslnst you. returnable at the April
term. A. I). Iran, of said court to be hoidca the Sth
d.y ' April, A. JJ. lms. at tha eonrt house ta
Rroa Island, lo Koch Island county, Illinois.
Now, an leas yos. tbe Mid Bmll Anderson and
Jnllette Ladinton shall personally be and appear
before tiie said ooauty court of Rock Ialaad
county oa tbe fit day of a tana thereof, to be hol
den at tbe coart houee ia tho city of Rock Isl
and. In said county, on the 4th day ot May.
A. D., IMC. and plead, answer or demur to tbe
aid caeaplainaat'a petition Bled therein, tae nam
aad tbe matter aad thieg tbe rata charged aad
dated will be taken a confessed, and a decree
entered against yen according lo the prayer of
aid bill .
Rock Island. March a. ISM.
Siitsii Kosn.cn, Clerk.
Jacmsoa A BcasT, Complainant's SoUcUora.
IX II. BBIQGS,
RtU Estate. Irarii.ce, ixxtiaS
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Ofice ICOS Second Atr., Bock Ishuid.
Have oa hand 40 lota In Booth Bonk I.7es
eaavsetmai yuat owtshSa Baa etty ftmits.road
" ; w meu issaraEes. Ten lots
en Thlrty-elghtfe street sad Ptftajaatk arm do.
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