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CTD iUXJO. TOUit3lAY, JULY 2. 11X3.
Sirs, stowe Mad
A Craat Woman Joint the Host
Beyond the Veil.
US H8TBTJXEBT II A GBEAT WOBI
for Infants and Children.
mf Caa tea-W wWi On itwMc rf
It to MyHto My twiir for Infaata and CkMTM
14 Im iwfam, It la haraal o. Chlldroa ltkm It. It
artyae th am-Itfc.
It wn th.tr Htm. la It Mathers fcava
which la ahlately aaf. aad yraatleally variant mr ;
I e tha Sleep of tha lflesasa mm
of Those' Wlw BtT6 Doae Wen Their
Daty aa Their Saw It Fall of Yean aad
-Well Beloved She Is aa Move, hat Her
Memory Will IJv. for All Time Her
Ufa aad Its Work.
Hartford, Coon., July - 2. At noon
yesterday Mrs. Harriet Boocher Stowe, the
famous authoress, passed away at her
residence in this city. At her bedside
wore three members of the family Mrs.
Isabella Beecher Hooker and her husband.
Dr. Hooker, and Harriet Stowe, a daugh
ter of the authoress. Throughout the fore-
the awful moral storm through which aha
had passed at the enost sensitive age. A
rlcar brain and sunny temper finally
brought her to a more cheerful view of
human destiny, and she learned to discuss
the most exciting themes, not only with
out bitterness, fcut with a geniality that
of ten rises to humor. ' .
The great eTent of her early life was the
removal of the family in 1833 to Cincin
nati, where Dr. Lyman Beecher was made
president of the Lane seminary, a position
be held for twenty years. In such an
environment Harriet Beecher's mental
growth was rapid, and in 1838 she secured
a most fitting partner in her life work by
marrying Professor Calvin Ellis Stowe,
since eminent as a writer on church his
tory and similar topics. They had seven
rhildren, df whom four survive. The great
storm was brewing. Mrs. btowe, as aha
must now be called, had already written
some articles of merit when the control
versy of slavery began to agitate the na
APPEABANCK OF HEB GREAT BOOK.
Caatarla da. trays Wo
Caotoria allay Fovorfahao.
Caatfia mpejsanta TsaslHaa; Soar Card.
Castla awnree PlagT-hsaa aad Wlad Celley
Caataala raliovoo Tooth lag Tpemhlea.
Caan .are. Ceaatlaa tioni aad Flnteleaey.
Caatarta stoatrallaoo tho albcta ef earhoalo acid go peleoaoas al.
CaatarU dam, aot eeevtn ta saorphlaa, optnne. or other re vMa pi uaoi ty.
Caataria - ''Via, tha food, rearulata the stomach cad towel,
jjwtanT, healthy aad aataral sloop.
Caatorla to pat p im ...-else VotUe. omly.
It Is not sold la balk.
Poat af-nr aay onatoogya3ajsyJihjiJo oa tha plea ar prlaa
that It la "Jaat aa good" aad "will aaswer every purpose.
Baa that yew get C-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
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"atataro ef CZJ$fffl&&U w5
Children Cry .for .Pitcher's Casforla.
Health is the Sunshine of Home. Have you got
It? If not. consult
Drs. Walsh & Walsh, Specialists
Of tha Chicago Medical Institute Permanently located In Daren port, low
EARLY PORTRLIT 07 MRS. STOWE.
noon the menus of Mrs. Stowe
gathered in the room waiting for the end.
Death came without a struggle, and the
I end merely appeared to be a final continu
a nee of the unconscious state into which
Mrs. Stowe lapsed on Monday. The ar-
I range tuents for tho funeral have been but
partinlly completed. The services in
Hartford will be private, and interment
will take place in Andover, Mass.
SKETCH OF HER LIFE AND WORK.
Was Raid of It by
F Heads aad Foes.
Her brother Edward had associated with
the Bev. Elijah P. Lovejoy, who was slain
by a mob at Alton, Ills., and her friend,
John T. Fee, a student at Lane, had been
driven from his home in Kentucky for
'abolition speeches." Another Kentuck-
ian, John Van Zandt, had freed his slaves
and established a refuge for fugitives in
Ohio. He appears in her great work as
John Van Tromp. She and her husband
had assisted fugitives in escaping. Still
she was not "radical." In fact she criti
cised the methods of the Abolitionists
with some severity. But in 18S0 the fugi
tive slave law was enacted, and on the Tth
of March that year Daniel Webster made
his famous speech in support of it.
In many a New England family his por
trait was removed from the wall, and John
G. Whittier, in his -Ichabod," voiced the
common feeling as to Webster. Out of
that year s agony "Undo Tom s Cabin
was wrought. Henceforth the woman is
merged in the book, and at this point the
purely personal narrative appropriately
On June 5, 1851, The NnJhnM Era, an
jti-slavery journal publAied in Wash-
1 ' ' EARLY RISERS. '
Thay AVeOftoaHettfcer Healthy, Wealth
The lazy young persons who enjoy
the extra snooxn in the morning hours
that all too frequently they have peat
difficulty in securing will probably rise
np and call na bleased when we an
nounce that their preference shows a
rare; discretion backed np by some sound
professional wisdom. Getting np early
in the morning is to be commended as a
necessity rather than a benefit Phy
sicians and scientists agree that sleep in
the morning is healthful and restorative,
and that children and nervous or deli
cate persons should never bo wakened
until sleep leaves them pi its own accord.
This is all right and as it should be,
but the necessity exists for early rising,
and. therefore, must be met. Unpleas
ant as it is. there is no alternative for
the great masses of the people. If one
would proetxr in business or any occu
pation whatever, it is necessary to be
on hand betimes in the morning.. Why
not, then, simply treat it as an impera
tive duty and stop xussug over it
making people healthy, wealthy and
wise? There are constitutions ana tem
peraments that are never at their best
when denrived of a morning sleep. Ro
bust and energetic people are fond 01
stirring np wholet families with early
rising ideas. They experience no incon
venience and take it as a matter of
course that no one else should.
Early rising is well enough provided
one can rest at some other portion of
the day, but the hours of darkness were
Is often caused by a bad Liver. How is your Liver ?
Are your Kidneys all rigbt ? Does your sleep
rest you ? Does your back ache ? Are you
weak and thin ? Are you dull and bilious ?
Marvelous success has attended the use of
Dr. J. H. McLean's
Liver ss Kidney Balm.
An who use it say it is the "PEERL&S REMEDY" for curing
ailments of the Liver, Kidney and Bladder, Female troubles, Rbeaai.
Urn and Bright's Disease.
For sal everywhere) at fi.00 per bottle.
THE Dr. J. H. KcLEAN KEDXinE CO.. - St. Icais. Ka.
i tt-lfftliwri . aFeaXhreWHMea I feBeama.M .al eH
srasisa tmstmist. '" mr ir miimiiv
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'omro. ww..!i:impriJr 1 1' .11-
mruw, both of joune aaa wniMi. iw atxl i
NM. Snfltttaa IM tat Um'j. hufiorw an. nurtucr. to mlrv.t Win tl bv
Br Kaarlaacs ftaaWa Kerr CralM. Thry im ml rarr h.rt.rtiirai U..
e.T.it m winl FaVfc T110 mm nUMK Bl ILtt U. Itrtuci.
Btah ,lw ummm" n-tuniic Ik MKI OF KI TS t tt
llj tr.il. Sl.M yr mot or 1r . & M n r41 ertrtrarvr
foe sals ia Bock Islaad. 11U by Harts ft CllesMyer, oractists.
state of Jnba T. Bollmsa. deceased.
Th aadorelcmd hsvtrui bom ammlntoa xtmta-
totrauix of uia win of Juaa F. BoIIbho
made for sleep, and as time for the most nit of niioois, doseaMd. hereby tint boot.
part is pretty evenly divided into day hat h win appear bctor. the eonnty coon
j i w n.hin rm Roeh Islsad cooDty. at the offlco of the clork
and night it shows that nature knew of id Mrtt ,BtBe ,ltT of Rck island. attM
quite Well What She was about when she Adu torn, on the Sfot Mooday in Augasl
arrangeu uuugn. "' ;f arin.tnld ostate areaottSed and rqiieted lo
nounsnea ana grown ncsiiuy, wmuu; i ko, nc ue parpoe of bstuic ine
and wise who got np at noon and went '"rnVmm.
THE TBAVELEBS GUIDE.
pRioaoo; noon islabtd raoirio
Ballosr Tteaets caa he mirlMaJ n.
or O 1 P depot mw Plfta amt ol
nrtr-orw oirot,Jriaa H. rianaw. AseoC ,
DB. T. M. WAL8U,
FWeilJ Ciialeal Pibissui ia tweoCbl'
I WHllI OUlM(M,
DB. J. K. WALSH,
tats of Oklcwa. fbraarlv Itmoactaf a
St. Aatboay s Bwiiltal.
NERVOUS DEBILITY Kxhaustive drains, sleeplessness, threatened In-
safittv. wees amaory, aatal aalasloas, or say other condition foe to aerroos ashaattloa, Armenian
aueltlvelj cared, I i.,..i
CATAKRH Dyspepsia, Asthma, Bhenmatlim, Scrofula, Syphilis, Blood,
Kidney. Uwi nad Skis dlseasot caa he slickly aad noranaaatly cored by oat advanced sys
tem ef medicine.
VARICOCELE It tha most active eauso of norrous debility. Why treat
BMHithanheheTeBea we sviiatee yoa s peraiaMt can ta sovsa days by mi psialaes
BMlaodf By dtweele certd In tare. iUti bo pela.
WOMEN Suffariair from diseases peculiar to their sex should eonsnlt ns.
We kare ratrd many raw Rlvea up m hoprlese, sad we maybe sbl. to cur. yos. SargioaJ
.pereUoa perforaMd et yonr same If deeded. Abdominal aad brain smrgery a spsclalty.
UR CREDENTIALS and Testimonials are the Best The numerous ao-
ksawbxIivmekWi w bam fvoelred from the newpicre for onr reniarkeblo enras In both
mm tee I eed nnW cavre Is ptoof cnoeloetre that onr adTaoeed method car. where all
.there full. Therefnra, do s4 weete time with otnere, but eonsnlt us at once and retrain
year mm brail h. 1 brre le a etaie in every diieae that you caa be cored. Bare yoo peaeed
that etaorf If not, do not experiment any Inamr, but omault n at one.. Pnrtbermore, ws
oCnr tl.an anyone ptnrma oar eredenU.). falM. We make It aa object for you to tavee
Ileal, earn, Ve other epeciallsu offer yon each s fair propoeiUon.
0 ONLY CURABLE CASES TAKEN o '
If yoaesaaot can, writs. Dandree oared by Bull. Bosnl to It, I to t, T to t. toadafs
11 :ts lo I to,
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ATtaa Ajro TKnTtLArnra mnnii,
If You Want a
Warm all over, .
Warm all the time, .
Not too hot in mild weather,
Use the Capitol Hot Water
Or Heda Steam Heater.
Thirty Capitol Heaters la use
In Rock Island.
Offloas In BOCK ISLAND and HOUNB
Cam. from a Family That Was a Dissenter
from Tim. Immemorial.
One of the greatest women America ever
produced has finished her life work, and
the intellect that wrought out the glow
ing lines of "Uncle Tom's Cabin" has
passed under the cloud. Harriet Elizabeth
Beecher Stowo, the woman, was subject to
the ills incident to mortality, but the
srenlus that revolutionized the feelings of
a nation whs for all time. The Beecher
family stands in many respects without a
rival In history. There were thirteen of
Dr. Lyman Beecher's children, of whom
eleven lived to good age and at least six
attained to considerable eminence, while
one son is known wherever our language
Is read, and a daughter has produced
work that is read iu every printed lan
Kiiaoe and is probably familiar to more
people than any other one work except the
Xo other woman has produced any writ
ing which was thought worthy of trnnsla
tion into more than four or Ave tongues.
and among men It.is very rare to find an
author in general use even among the
civilised nations, but "Uncle Toms
Cabin" appeared successively in English,
French (three versions), German (four
teen versions), Dutch, Danish, bwedish,
Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, Welsh,
Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Wendish,
Wallnrhin, Honiaic, Arabic, Siamese and
Then there was a pause in its
international march until the great civil
war revived the interest in slavery, since
which date abridgments of the story have
appeared In Chinese, Japanese, Turkish,
Muskokeo (Crock Indian), Cherokee and
some of the dialects of India and other
regions of heterogeneons races.
Tho Beec-hcrs of England are set down
as of unmixed Anglo-Saxon blood, and
there is a vague tradition that they were
always dissenters'' Hint is, of the class
opposed to the Xorman ecclesiastics and
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For t)e by Ilarpi r House riwiniiiry and A. J. Reiss, tiraisti, Bock Island, 111
BElTERfr fe ANDERSON
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
aOlktadeef enrpanmt , Qisewi mabtasaooaen
Omca and Bhop 721 Twalfth ilrwl
RKPrDE?trE at Hartford.
Where Mrs. Stowe Died.
In favor of an independent church. Be
that as it may, the ancestor of our Iicech-
ers left England among the first and lo
cated at New Haven in 1SW. The fourth
in descent from him was David Beecher.
a blacksmith and man of good judgment,
as Be snowed Dy marrying a talented worn'
an. To whom was born Lyman Beecher
at New Haven, Oct 2, 1775. He died in
Brooklyn. Jan. 10, 1S3. He was graduated
from Yale in 1797, and soon become a doc
tor of divinit-.
Lyman Beecher wss twice married and
Harriet Elizabeth, the subject of this
sketch, was a daughter of his first wife
and was born June 14. 1811, at Litchfield.
Conn. She was two years older than her
brother Henry Ward Beecher. Her mother
dying when she was but 4 years old. Har
riet lived with an aunt till her father's
second marriage, an event of which she
and Henry always spoke with enthusiasm.
as it secured them a delightful homo and
a second mother of most lovable dispost
tion.' Both the children gained an un
usual education very young, but there was
something strangely morbid in the mental
processes of Harriet as a young woman a
fact she always attributed to the chilling
influences of a minister who liniaesond
upon her mind that she "had no assurance
of acceptance with (rod.
She was for some Tears an assistant
teacher In Catherine's school at Hartford,
and her mind matured in an era of furi
ous controversy. All the eld brbef a, good
and bad, were attacked at ones . and sav
agely discussed slavery and the divinity
ot l nnst, grace, ire wtu and preoesnna-
tioa. tbe, authority of councils, the
nlty of retribotion, the imputation at
Adam's guilt-td the on bora and fall tha
complicated coonmdrnma of aapralspsa
nan theology. He who is often in battle
must expect wound, and to tha Jaat e har
Life Hams a writings showed traoss of
ington city by Dr. Gamaliel Bailey, con
tained the first number of a serial story
which was announced as "By the author
of 'Mayflower,' " etc So far as can now
be known no one was specially interested
in it till the third and fourth numbers had
appeared then readers multiplied and
critics found it "full of racy character
sketches." A little later politicians began
to notice it. April 1, 1853, the last num
ber appeared in The Era, on the 20th of
the preceding month the book was issued,
and on the day that Pierce gained such a
wonderful victory and the Whig party
was annihilated it was announced that
nearly 910,000 copies had been sold.
Tell us how yon wrote it," was one re
quest of Mrs. Stowe in her last interview
with a journalist.
I did not write it," she replied, with
great solemnity. "God wrote it. I was
only an instrument in his hands." ,
Aot very long after the work appeared
the Rev. E. J. Stearns, a southern man,
wrote "Xotes on Uncle Tom's Cabin,"
which purported to be "a logical answer
to its allegations and inferences against
slavery as au institution." He took up
the merits of the book as a work of art,
and viewing it ns such said: "Of all
works of fiction I remember to have met
with, it, so far as unity of action is con
cerned, is the most slovenly put together;
its only bond of unity is an external one,
the thread and paste of the binder." But
Mr. Stearns admitted that it was a "live"
book, and found its life in its dramatis
On the other hand, in Mine. George
Sand herself a great novelist who intro
duced the French edition of "Uncle Tom's
Cabin" to the people of France, wo get a
criticism from one whose sympathies were
with Mrs. Stowe upon the question dis
cussed in the work criticised. "If the best
eulogy which one can make of tho au
thor, she says, ' is to love her, the truest
that one can make of the book is to love
its faults. e These defects exist
only in relation to the conventional rules
of art, which neVer have lteen and never
will be absolute. If its judges, possessed
with the love of what they call 'artistic
work,' find unskillful treatment in the
book, look well to them to see if their
eyes are dry when they are reading this or
estern and southern readers who have
not completely surrendered toahe illusion
indiih'e iu a broad smile when they read
of Cassy, the quadroon, traveling as a
Spanish lady, and Mme. Do Thoux, the
quadroon sister of George Harris, being a
favorite cabin passenger on an elegant
steamboat, no one noticing their color. It
is barely possible that a Xew Englander
might be thus deceived, if very young and
ignorant, but surely no southerner ever
mistook a quadroon for a white lady.
Such are a few of the grave error of the
work; all the more must we recognize the
p-nius which organized a great success in
spite of them.
The details of the author s life since 1853
are too many to relate here. She received
the plaudits of all the literary world and
enjoyed the personal friendship of many
eminent Englishmen and women. Her
friendly intimacy with the Dutchess of
Southerland and Lady Bryon have been
much discussed. After having travel
abroad in 1854 she published her notes in
"Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands, and
later, besides other books "The True Story
of Lady Byron."
Soon after she amplified the story, with
alleged proofs, in a volume entitled "Lady
Byron Vindicated " The public was
shocked and indignant, and the general
verdict was, "It is false, and if true
should never have been published." The
author was under a cloud for a long time,
and the noted "Brooklyn Scandal" fol
lowing so soon after added greatly to her
Thereafter her literary ability seamed to
decline rapidly probably becanee her
time for good work was past, but, as many
Imagine, because she was saddened by
these occurrences. For many years she
spent tha winter months at her orange
plantation in Florida, and only the sum
mer at her home iu Hartford.
to bed just before daylight, but this is
by no means natural, nor is it approved
by those who have made the subject ox
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we ananeaitn a proiouno. n uuj . cw
York Commercial Advertiser.
to tald aetata are re-
queeted to make immediate payment to the an-
Dated this th day of May A. D.. 1KM.
as. itaaaaa bollbab, anminietratnv.
Jonraaltetke Enterprise la Spain.
A journal at Madrid tries to increase
its circulation by printing its news.
not on paper, bnt on cloth. Instead of
ink a composition is used which readily
dissolves in a liberal water bath. After
absorbing the news the reader merely
places the sheet under one of the public
fountains, for instance, and there is a
A Modern) fable.
A wolf, in skulking about looking
for opportunity to satisfy his hunger.
came in sight of a number of shepherds
engaged in discussing their wrongs.
"When the sliepherds discuss their
wrongs," said the wolf, grabbing
lamb, "the wolf gets his rights."
New York Financial.
New York, July L
Honey on rail steady at 24 per cent.;
prime mercantile paper, w( per rent.
sterling exi-hange beavr, with actual busi
ness in Dancers Dins ai w'ja itir ue-
mand and 4S74H7f.l for sixty days; posted
rates, ((MtHl and 4d34K;; t commercial
bills. 4Wi'r I
- Silver nertifiemtoa. sates 65.030 at : bar sil-
ver. Mexican dollars. KH- I
Unite! 8tatea government bonds easier:
new 4's registered, U6; do. coupons. lieVi;
s's registered, 113; do. coapoes, 11-1; 4s
registered, 10M4; do. coupons. UVft; S's regis
tered, ; Pacinc S's of K7,
Chicago Grain and Prodnoa,
ClticAto. July L
Following were the quotations on the
Board of Trade today: Wheat July, opened
KU4c. cloned MVic: September, opened 67c,
closed 8)ec; December, opened 6Sc, closed
S8c Com July, opened, BKgo dosed aftic;
September, opened 28c. closed. S7r; May,
opened SJMc, closed SK4c Oats Jalr, opened
lsc, clnaei lKc; September, opened 159ic
closed l?4c; May, opened lsc, otosed lSo.
Pork July, ope ire I f6.KK. closet fS.WLi: Sep.
tember. opened S.W, closed s,.W; January.
opened $7.", closed 7.8ft. Lard July,
opened closed 13.864.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery, Ue
per lb.; extra dairy, ll-ftUc; fresh packing
stock. 7fftoc. Eggs Fresh stock. sViltte per
dozen. Live poultry Turkeys, iwSo per
lb.; chickens Chens), 8c; euring chickens, 12
(0.13c: roosters. 5c; ducks, Vc; geese,
S4.4K) rwr dozen. Kew potatoes, HO&itil.ti
per barrel. Honey White clover, 13 J 14c per
lb.; broken comb, HftHtc; extracted, ttttftc
Black raspberries, 6JtT5c per 16-quart
case; red raspberries, 7o$1.00 per 24-pint
Blackberries. fl.OJ&l.D per 16-quart
Chicago IJva Stock.
CHicAoo. July La
Lire Stock Prices at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows: Bogs E
timated receipts for the day. M,ru; sales
ranged at 82-75 3AM pigs, M light.
92.70132.(0' rough packing, S3.PkaVl.M mixed
and azJkv93.au heavy packing and ahippins
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day,
1S.WM; qaotations ranged a S4.SV24.to ehoiro
to extra shipping steers, f4.omM.a good t
choice do., $8.76 aU fair to good. SitKa-t-K
common to medium- do., S fa8.l botcher.
steers. SJ.dOifeitOJ tockers, SJ.Sva3.S0 feeders.
S1.8jre3.W cows, :.4,j.4.(0 heifers. i.Wfta7
bulls, oxen aad stags. Si70a3.SU Texas stoera.
and S3.UKs&.W veal caivea.
Sheep and Lamba Estimated receipts for
the dav. 1S.0O): sales ranged at tz.sna4.0 west
eras, LBiM Xesans, S3.Se94.au natives and
S2.7eita.aj lambe. .
Notice of Final Settlement.
Hate bf Daniel rtnsUrmsrai
Puhllo notice Is hereby clvea that Urn and er-
signed. Kobert Doooen, execator. ana thl
day Sled his final report aad settlement
aa sncn in ue county conn of Kara
Island conntT. and that an order has
entered by said conn approving tho tald re
port, unless objection thereto or cause to tee
contrary be shown oa or before tbe snth day
of June. A. 1). IBM, and anon the Seal ap
proval of said report, the said Bohert Ooonaa will
asa lor an oracr or aieinnuuon. ana win aim aaa
to be discharged. All persons interested an ao-
unea to auena.
Bock Islaod, nU June 1. 19M.
By C. J. 8SABLB, Attorney.
BTATB OP ILLTNOIS,
Boob laura UODBTT,
In the aonnty eoart at the May term. A.D- lsas.
Relnnold Latach, ve 1 homaa a. hUvis, aUchard
B. Biivis, William a. Btooaa.
Affidavit that the residence of the defend
ant. William 8. Brooks Is not known and
anon diligent inquiry his plaea of residence can
not re roona, unpicaaea wnnriae noove oenena
anta.Thomas8. tnlvi aad Richards. 811 vis hav
ing been Sled In tbe clerk's office of tha circuit
court of said county, aotio is therefore hereby
given to ue said non-resident defendant that the
oomolalnant Sled his bill of comolaint In said
court, oa the chancery skle thereof, oa the
Ilia day of April, lens, sad that thereupon a sum
mons msned out of raid conn, wherein said suit
is now pending, returnable ua the first Monday
fat tbe month of September next, as ht by law required.
now, Buiess yon in. saia non-resiaeni ae
fendant abore named. William S. Brooks.
shall personally be and appear before said circuit
conn, on we nrai oar of tae ncn ma tnereor.
to be aolden at KocK laiana tn and for th. aald
eonntv.ontbeSret Monday in 8entembernext.and
nieaa, answer or aemur to ue eaia compmtnaai's
bill of complaint, the same and th matters and
thing ti erein charged and slated will be
aa confessed, and a decree entered against yos
Becoming to toe prayer or aaia niiu
jcocb island, liu, Apm is. lnwo.
Gaoaos W. uabblb. Clerk.
Stotmbob If absbaUh Coatplainaati ooUctanrs.
Daaver Umitad At
t- Wsrih, Deaver A CO..
Omaha Ilea Mot Be
(Omaha A Minneapolis
Omaha Dee Motoea Si...
tOmaha A Mtnneaiola B.
Daaver. Uncnln A Omaha...
Denver, ft. Worth A K, C.
iBaaeas (ity A Kt. Joeeim.
(Hock Mand A WmMagtoa
suBKaaro A Iee Mntnea.....
Bock IsmadABrooklya Ac.
T 140 pm
t S:S am
A repeal. tlawnM. flMlv m
huwwwvHur. teiepaon. ions.
Banday eveninr a lnllmaa eleenar win be at
the depot after lll:3n. which erill Im lor C.lm.
to at :&S a. m. Monday.
BCRLWOTon ROUTB-O B. A v. aaib
way Depot First stana. aad lfUteenia
m. J. xonns, agent.
BU L SurinrllrVj. reorta.
Bar. Wuia via Mnmnonth tMat! tMmm
Chicago, Bicrllng, Clinton A
Peoria, Beard flown. Bay.
lint-Ion A West
St. Paul A Mlnneaivlla.
Sterling, Clinton A DuhnqoeM
84. L . Kansas 41It. Denver
A Pac Uoaat via UikM'rc TSpml IM asm
t tami a 41 mm
y e .Jo pm t 9 -m pea
Dalby. tDally except
Rallwav fiama A Baatae
Doom Twentieth aareet. mmn
Sacnud avaanaa, L. B. reer. Agent.
; TRAI1TH. taava. aaarva
allaad Kxpreas.. t:M am trtOnm
et-Paal Bxpreas... 410 pm 11 aaa
rranght and Accommodata. aug am V :a m
Dally except Suadty.
Dock Islabtd a I'eokia Bailwav
Depot piret A van as aaa :
a. "Tbe Trlihr-
Peoria ant Loo i ataU If..
Peoria Aeeom. Prclrbt.. ..
Cable Ac commodaUo.
" :4) a
U -.1S am
Passenger trains leave C. K. L A P.
aveBuej ni-pnt five fB) mtcutea earlier tbaa Ui
given. Train marked Sally, all other train
daily except danday.
BTATB Of ILLINOIS, I
In the County court, Jane tans, A. D.
entries U. Brandenbnrr vs. Msrr A. GtlL
widow, Jennie Devoe, Jaenb W. Gift, MaUlda
fbllllii. barah Anam. calvin uiu. John K. fstu.
Cora Kllis, Ida Ely. William Git and Georg. A.
WicKins. admlntalrator of elate of Blisahalh
Br alley, deceaatd.
retltlon to eil real estate to pay debts.
To the above named defendants. Matilda
Phillips, Sarah Adams, Calvia GiU and William
Affidavit of tbe non-residence of von. Matilda
Phillip, Calvin Gitt and William Oitt, and affida
vit that yon. r-arah Adam, cannot be found, a.
that procers can be served upon yon, and that
upon aiiitfeni inquiry your pi ice or remaenc.
cannot be ascertained, notice Is hereby green to
you and each of yon that the above named seU-
tloner has Sled in the eald court hie pe
tition acsinst yon for leave to Fell real estate to
pay debts; that a summon be been teed In
aid cause aratnet you, returnable to the Jane
term, A. D., lass, of said court, and
that said can" was on the Srst day
of June. A. D. 1WS, by mid aoart con
tinued to the August term of said eoert to he
nerua and holden at the court boase In tu.ct1rr
of Kock Island, in said county of Hock Island, oa
tae nr-i jane. aay or anguet. a. u. JTm, at
which time and D ace yon will apiei
answer or demur to sa'd petltioa if ynn see St.
lie tea at uoca Ulaait, iu tbl 1st nay of tumft.
L. D 1890. HJaMsaa nat.Ba,
Clork of eiifi Jnonty Dnert.
Bwbbbbt AWautaa. SoliclUrl for retitkmer.
H--.?mV!iby. (8.t; wild, rati
Bauer Fair to cboce, IS ; freth 'creanMry,
, . i M..M IOe
4t-m Beu hers seyfor com f4st-s)rs H'4eH
SMc cows and netf era, t4c; csjva, tc
Scores aa the raaaa Ball Fields.
Chicago, July 8. League scores at has
ball are reported as follows: At Chicago-
Cleveland 19, Chicago 7; at Brooklyn
PbiladeJplua-v Brooklyn 2; at St- Louis
Pittsburg 7, St. Louts 3; at Washington
Boston 3, Washington 10; at Baltimore
Kew York 2. Baltimore ft.
Western League: At St. Paul Mlnne-
apolia 4, St. Paul 13; at Indlanapous De
troit 5. Indianauolls 13.
Western Association: At Bes Moines
'BSC Joseph Drs Moines 5; at Burlington
Quincy 3, Burlington le; at irumraue
Bockford Id, Dubuque 6; at Cedar Bapids
Peoria 7. Cadar KsuiiU 8. .
. wo aas bar (
PltcherTsi aatttorla J
Children Cry for
Special Master's Sale.
BTATB Or ILI.TWOIH. I
Boca laun Coujrrr. I
In the mrcult court, la chancery . Bin tm
William Prey, eompfainant, vs. Peter Prey aad
iwwnnf llinoireer, oerennanu.
Kotlee Is bercbv riven thai br virtaw ejf a de.
eree of said eoart. entered la the above entitled
eaose, en the 4b day of Jane. A. D. tsia, I
hall, on hafrday, the llth day of Julv, A
D. HSV at tbe boar of te'einck h tbe afteraonal
the ennth donrof the ennrt honae. tn the . .
of Rock Island, Ht mm enaaty of Rncfe lalaajd.
sell at aeniie vaaaee, t. Ike ahrhest braeer.
tbose certain immela of mad. eltaaae tm
connty of Kork Island and state of Illinois, known
nra veiSTTiiirq bp imma;
tat asmuer foar Ml la block number two est t
that aart of the enty of Kork lemnd known mm
called Lyude'e addltioa, siiuated ia tha conaty ef
Bock Island and etato of llnaoia.
Also th west tea (11 feet of lot one Ml a.
block somber n 41 1 hi said LynaV nddttaaa
and lot nnmacr foar f4) ia block aamaar two t
in Howard s adnMtoa to tae hM ou al k
Minna, we last two ntene or oiiiiaity a
I aa one piece of Moperty ttuaed la the
Bora iriaan ana state or iinaom
Alao lot namher foar 441 In block number f va
I fS) ta that part off the etty ef Rsek Islaad called
I rings' flare. Minstea m IB nsrnty or Mock 14
ne and stat. of llllaoia, oa tbe lot. owing terma,
One-third tl-V cash In band and tbe helaace m
I two equal psiskuU to fc racared by aotea aad
I mertnu;ee oa tbe pfemi aM. ea'd note. t.
I hear inurest at the mas ot 7 per cent
and to be die m aa. Ill aad twofti
I he dale of said sale and poyabm to east
imud at rk islsad. iuiaou. wis via ay of
Jan. A D. IRiaV
Enoan Brass. SneriaJ Master.
SWSSVBV A Wat asa, Sollaiors lav comptataant.
A Handsome C4xnplexton
is one of the gimlunt charaas a anomaa caa
rtauesi a unruura i swsaa
street, Daveanort. Jas.
CBDAB . BAPIDB
a. Tkt A
West Liberty Train
I harts pa ibllaiKr
a Itailv. bualiv except Mnany. tttaicg m
tOotng Bolt and eaas. o. It rune bet'
Oedar Rarttf ard West Liberty.
P A uSEllGEB SERVICE
To the Hast rla the
R. I. & P.
Lv imvennort 4 Tb aa, y SS am Inarm
Perry atreet depot
Lv Rock Island I7am I St am 1 ttvm
C H I A PDepe
Lv Kor leiand 4 at am IMam I etnas
ArPouna THamllffaam tSSpm
Ar Hionmingtna ISaaa I Kan ttapm
Arlndianuoiis Sttpm IMya SS am
Ar Lmfterilm.. ....... SSApm T 4B aea
Arfinelaael Smipm S St pm 7 Mass
Arllayvffw Heaipm ISSSyaa Sttsas
ArtiulaailMm. I 46 pm IS v aaa T Beat
Ar JarkMwvllle.... ISSftam TtMssa SSBpm
Ar bprlnyflold. MMta ttlpm SMysa
ArbtUwis. f)ta t Si am
Ar Lincoln- SI am Slupm a ai pm
ar Decatur. IS el am ttnym tipm
Ar Malum t?Spm Sdipm II 4pm
ArBvanavllle - 1(1 pat a St am
Ar Terr Ilaute faopat
... , ',Msi; t;i
Itaaxa. of thai kind la the market. Vha original
aad eals renal a wmu'i luLfwim. a m
peer drugtet If be daat keep them, Brrlle direct
so nssaa we wiu
d Iran am aaeatia
price, si. aosiea. ay msu nresald. A. J. Arise
rourta avewwa ana xwsnas -sairs suae.
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of I'aoria earry tautrnrh
rwaches and sleMpinr cart oa avlfht
trains to prinoipla citioa.
Gas. Tloket Afwat-