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X Mate of James W. Ujer, TtWtmJ.
Tue aadersigned baring rtaem airxrrntea
totiw of UiTeetatc of Jl,rwr!,
tie rxrantr of Rock island, BS of ' J.
e"e. hereby gives notice that be will
before the county ecirt of Kock Island
t. at the office of the elerk of eHSJL
the city of Hock Mud, it the March
the first Monday in March, next, at which t'lS
ell persona bsvice claim, agaitat T.
tate are notified and requested to aUexulor tax
uauu wuo aujusteu.
All persons Indct 1 to laid estate arc reaaai
ed to make Immediate payment to it asata
Dated this jsch rfavof December. A. ti tea
Joua tpemass, Ajfatnit rater!
Publication Notice. J
WTH Or ILLINOIS. I
Beok IiLAjrn Cotmr. M
In the eircuit com. January tern. 18SI.
r Biwuia , aitucucr iioodale la
Affldarltof non-roeldence of Alexaa IseBood
aK the above defeodint, harm? been I ledla the
r uiuix ui ku 11. uu.i tiiiiiiui asiu c reety
fee 1 therefore hereby given to the said &
d mt defendant that theeomnlainantfll 1
o ' complaint in sa d court, on the channel: aide
mcn-of. on the 25th day of Novomter, ism.
uii". ..iuiddls issued ot or an 1
court, wherein snid suit is now pending, jvtnri -eblo
on the first Monday in the neatk of
-uuorjr hch, a iy jaw rcnnire 1. now,
unlets you, the raid non-resident defend
ant above named ihall personally he ant
1 1) rar be Tore aaid clrenlt court, on thitat dar
nf the next term thereof, to be Mden at
Hock Island tn and for the said counic, on th;
first Votiday in January next, axd plead, answer
or demur tu the said complainant's bill of com
plaint, the same and the matters ltd tblc
therein charged and Hated will be taken if con
tested, and a decree entered against you accord
ng to the praicr of said bill.
Gionr.x W. Gambls. CVrk.
J. M. BEannsLET. timplaluant'r solid or .
lo k Liana, III., Nov., 28, 1398.
BTATStof r.-JSOIB, I
Bock Islasu 'orwrt I
In the V-mi- court, September tern, A. rj
M. M Stmijoon ve. Patrick Gregg BoggeBS, li
- IBdavit of the non-residence of Patriot
Orei;s' Bongess. the above defeulaot, that bit
place of reside! ce is unknown and tbit u: on dut
ai d diligent in-jn'ry can not be ascertained, bavin
eeo 11 ed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice is therefore here
by given to tue said non-resident defendant
ttat the rom. lainant filed his bill of com
plaint in tin- said court on tbe chancery aid
the o if on the 15th day of Arjgnet, A. D. 1896.
and that summons was issned thereon out of
said court, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the flrxt Hendsy in the month of
January next, as is by law required.
Now. unit as you the said non-resleeat de
fendant above named, Patrick Urcajg Bog
frets, shall personally be and appear Before
the ea.a circuit court on the first day off the
next term lb, reof, to be holden at Rock Island,
in and for m d county, on the first llonday la
.anuiiry next, and plead, answer or demur
o the sal complainant's bill cfcomplaiat, the
amc an:! the matters therein charged and stated
will be taken as confessed and a decree entered
natnst you according to the prayer of sail MIL
Gaoaea W. Gaksli, (,'lerk.
Rock Island, 111., Sept. 23,1836.
BTmosoN A Marshall, Complainant's SoUetton
Jaoknon fc Hunt,
Attorney at Law.
OTce In KoJc Island National bank bulMlr g.
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RIDING LIKE LIGHTN ING
Expsriences of Locomotive En
gineers In Breaking Records.
MAKING 112 MILES A5 HOUR.
Engineer Began' Story of That Ca'
leled Feat Scasationa of the Maa Who
Holds the Throttle While the Eaglac
Bores Holes Iato the Night.
This is the stnry of how it feels to drive
an engine at its utmost speed, gathered
from tlie lips cf the drivers. Various per
aon9 have from time to tiiuo reluted tlieir
aonsafions while on board n railway train
traveling at the rate of a mile a minute,
bnt ranch more interesting are the facts
aa to the sensations of the men In tbe cab
of the engine, who face death and danger,
to whom peril is an everyday oompauion,
and who turn their backs on fear.
Think of traveling at the rate of 112
miles an hour! Only once in the entire
history of railroads has tbe feat over been
accomplished. The bearers of this record
are engine 999, that most famous of Ameri
can locomotives, and Its driver. John
Hogan. It all happened on tbe tracks cf
the New York Central, between Syracuse
and Buffalo. This is what Engiueor Ho
"To travel along the rails at the rate of
119 miles on hour is as near like flying as
anything I can think of. When we got
outside of Syracuse and bcjrin to crowd
on steam, wc shook just as if we li.td hren
at sen. I tell you I felt excited as wo grad
ually put on steam and I know wo were
getting closer and closer to a point of
speed that had never I wen passed by any
engine. Foster and faster wo went, my
heart beating liko a trip hammer. The
country and the t'nvns on each side of the
track didn't seem like anything but
8troaks. It seom.-xl to me as if everything
had gone out of my hejid but just th'o pow
er to w;it;-h that steam gaugo and to keep
track of that speed.
"When we reached the hundred mile nn
hour pace, I knew all records had been
broken. Did tt)9 and .Inhn Hogan had
gone faster than any engine and engineer
had ever travelod. I felt a sense of exhil
aration and pride such ns I nover exierl
enced before or etnec. Then came tho do-
5ei MNyW KeeayJ BTaMPiam'utjrjl
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"FASTER AND FASTER WE WENT."
sire to see what we really could da It
scorned to me as if I would almost burst.
1 saw that every condition was favorable
to a wonderful run, and I ball a good ex
cuse for it, for we were a littlo behind
"A little more pressure and tbe ongine
jumped forward as if it wore alive The
rush of wind outside the cab was so like a
gale that I felt wo must be in n storm.
One hundred and five, six, seven, clgbt,
then nine and ten miles! 1 began to won
der what on earth wo were going to do,
whether we ever would find a limit, and I
was so intoxicated with the success that
wc had achieved that I made up my mind
to do all that was possible.
"At last there come a moment when
I knew we were doing nil that we could,
nnd I can't tell yon how sorry it made mo
feel to find that limit. We were running
nt the rate of 112 miles nn hour, and ray
heart sank when after Ave miles wo bad to
slow down to tho hundred rate. But. odd
as it may seem, I really did not realize
what had lieen done nntil we came to a
dead stop in Buffalo, and then it all came
over me. Say. I was as weak as a cat.
Tliat is how it feels to ride at the rate of
11 J miles an hour."
The run of tbe Empire State express
from New York to Albany is one nf the
best known nnd most trying runs out of
New York rity. This is "the star train of
the New York Central. Nothing must be
permitted to interfere with its progress.
It must be on time All these things the
engineer lias to f.tce when be pulls the
throttle at Forty-second street, and tho run
t"vcard the Harlt m river begin--. He knows
he must inako from 43 to Bf xuilos an
h ur, and that accident is to be avoided
ui dor ar.y and all circumsrTioea William
M rley makes this run three times one
wi k and four another.
Nerve?' said he. when lie talked of the
t.i ; tii-.t he accomplished eooften. "Why,
I Inven t got any at nil. if you mean the
for e that aaaaraaBi yon tremble I e-i.-- I
ha . got some other kind or I wouldn't be
runring this engine I don't mind telling
you that a man in this business wants to
forg t all about tbe fact that he's got
nervos. They would nly interfere with
his work. Un the run like the one I have
all a man can do is tn watch bis cngi . e
end go ahead on time When a man as in
the cab of bis engine, be has eye for only
one tl ing. and that i - possible danger I
know that I am always ou the lookout for
it. and I always would be, wbetuer I was
runnii.g tbe Kmpire State express cr a
local only three miles nut.
"There is a sense of responsibility felt
try toooinotive engineers unlike that which
nets upon a maa In any other linilasss
The fact that one man le raspoat ible for
man uvea 01 oudoimi ta enough to make
him caret nl. On a fast train like I rna
the engineer always has that sense of get
ting somewhere quickly, and I can't teU
you howsatUfaotory It Is. Then be always
has the feeling of power. Somehow It jnst
conies to him from the big powerful en
gine that doesn't stp for anything.
"When I am running aa engine. I sel
dom thlak what may be on the track ahead
of roe. Why, if I ahould see my own moth
er on tbe rails In front of hit engine, with
in a train's length nf me, I would knrtw
that no power but that of God Almighty
could save her. Once anything that lives
gets within a certain distance before the
engine It simply means Instant death for
whatever it may bo. I am sure that a
train going at tlie rate of BO miles an hour
sould never be topped within Its length
anless it was a much longer train than
tbe Empire State express. I never think
of the possibility of an accident when I am
on a run. y0u see, they are not ploaennt
things to have In your mind anvwny. these
possible disasters, and I always figure
there Is time enough to think about them
when they come. If come thov must.
"When a man sees what acorns certain
death staring him in the race ns be sits oo
bis aeat in tbe engine cab, be doesn't feel
at all. He merely realizes everything, and
just does all be can to avert tb- danger.
He has no time to feel at all under such
Engineer Edward Rogers of tbe Xew
1 ork Central railroad Is one of tbe old
stand bya Few seen have had more ex
perience In an engine cah thnn he. when it
comes to talking of real ex! ertenca "I
tell you what It is,' he sand, "toeenrrt
neer la the very eoul of tho entire traiu.
Ihe safety of every passenger depends on
him. He must have constant watchful
ness and presence of mind. The train
runs on schedule tin.o, hut If that time If
passed, It depends on the engineer's nerve
whether tbe schednlo is kept car not.
"There la aa much differeuoe between
engineers as there Is between engines, nnd
that is saying a great deal. B SSSSJ rnen have
the faculty of sitting in a cab with the en
gine flying along the 'Irons' nt tho rate- of
a mile a minute or mr.re wi::.ut a trenmr
or excitement of any xors. Another man
In tho same place and under the same con
dition will lose his nerve entirely, get rat
tled for some unacoountahl,. reason, and
fall most miserably in the m i lmiirt.mt
duty of aa engineer.
" My experience te.whes me thM It Is
with engines in ninny respect' jesi a It Ir
with men. T bore art engine and engines.
and there are engineers and engineers. A
crank engine and a l.r t class engineer
mako as bad a combination as a good en
gine and a poor driver. There are crr.nk
engines jusl the same ns there arc cranky
men, and sometimes thev cuusc a deal
mors trouble. If r.ccriFary. wo ran lo:k a
cranky human being up. hut a rrat.kv n
giuo Is tbe banejof n railrr.id man's lifa
It is no exaggeration ta say that nn engi
neer lieootntis acquaint ' 1 .i.h an engine
jnst as a man bro.nuM BJ lstomcsl to a
horse. Some men ran lri - nn engine
much faster than other. n..t Is o in;:,
in some instances, to tlie fact that the nun
has not nerve enough to 'crovrd her.'
Sometimes It is SBS !'ic to t'ie fact t!ii;t
he does not know Ike neei p' ltitsof tho
machine he Is handi ng.
"When I'm in my cab and on a run,
there is coustautiy wit h nn' the realization
of responsibility, and I am ai-A-iyi, on tlie
lookout. It in li' ( s "!v r;c:.' li ,.iy
that I look for danger, hut I am constant
ly watching out to see thnt li i noth
ing that is going to wreck the train right
in front of rue,"
Tlie engineer who r iiiswh t Ij cr?:-d
the night express fr. : a .'rs;( itytol'uil
adolphia travels over as good a pio-eof
track us there Is ai.yvrhen. Ii" nr.n ins
of what are called tho'-.vi;' tn ii:. on
the Pennsylvania system, and hi- responsi
bility it very groat Indreu. Kd ird Simp
son is the name of the mm who holds tho
throttle of tho engine that pulls this train,
and be Is an old tinier. "I alvrarya feel a
sense of freodom and exhilaration. ' 1.3
(rsid, "when going at f'dl snr-d over the
iinc, and I am peniTt'y baypy wlien In
the cab. You ere. when once a man . aies
tu know his engine, he knows just bow to
handle her and huw to got tbe best work
out of her. Sometime an engine seeaae
to take a freak and will cot BrUTa o well
as at other times, and tboa we call her
cranky. It generally turns out there to no
Piaweiit treason for It. and. as a rale, the
orsmktrjees disappear a as suddenly aa to
come. Nolmdy know I. w to account for
this, but it is a tact well known to all rail
"When I am on a run, I have only two
thoughts. One to to keep on schedule time
and the other to keep an eye out for sig
nals. An engineer who doe not constant
ly keep a lookout for danger - not fit for
his position, and the aatne st rcnvr.t ap
plies to a man who loses his nerve."
Efforts are Lcing ntadc. beginning
Germany, to introduce traveling cm
torits Into the arniiue of the wurld.
ILLDAUt Ml re.
HlllsdsJe. Dec. 2 Ralph Nason
west to Chicago Tuesday Inst.
The rain has spoiled our good
Art Foroer ia risitiog relatives in
There was a social dance at Harry
Shey's Christmas night.
James Donahoo is around burinr
eattle. rarrjing his broken arm in a
About one hundred and fifty skat
ers enjoyed themselves oa the 'D is
Matt Gerhard s and James af Ul
ead ladies attended the ball at Erie
. Steve Vosburg is speading a few
days at home. He is station agent
for tVe Q near East St. Loaie.
Charley Young, the Ganeseo livery
man, was in town one day the past
week. Ho would like to purchase a
black team suitable for tbe livery.
The Erie roller skating rink opened
Christmas and is running fall blast.
The erase is on in earnest and tbe
proprietor is raking ia lots of
Oar merchants who advertise spe
cial sale days for cash ualy. don't
have to hire any extra help to
wait on customers. Tbe people
haven't the money to buy with, aad
unless something is done to give the
farmers a little prt lit on tbetr crops,
there will be no "change " Imme
diately after ItcKlnley's election he
placed hi lioger on that electric
button and started the mills and
factories, bnt he made the mUtake
of his life when he took his Soger
off. as they have nearly all stopped
Ci'KDOYA CI I 1.IVOS
Cordova, Dec 30 Benjamin Hal .
of Chicago, la aprnding tbe holidays
with friends here.
Miss Ella tuwright it home for a
h r. atav from St. Louie.
Miss Ksnnie Carney is eieiting
friends at Mucatine. Iowa.
Mr. aad Mra. Oobla. of Futtoa,
were guests of Mrs. S. Hugiaua last
Mrs. William Hunt of Fultoa. is
visiting relatives aad frieads at this
Roy Been war and J. J. Boacb. of
Rock Island, spent Christmas with
their permit here.
Meaars. C. C Marshall aad C. F.
Fiek attended a parly givea at Al
bany Cbrietmaa night.
Myron Ynlton, Miaees Graee Hunt
and Mellie Yrlion.of Pert Byron, spent
Ss'urday with friends here.
Misses May Finneo. Bessie Hngi
nun and (n-orpia Maehall enter
tained a number of their young
friends Monday evening at the resi
dence of O. T Piaaao.
Tt t.'sst txiDua; to rice,
Tylor Ridge. Use. S9 Mrs l.'da
Walker and Mrs. Henrietta Aab
quith. of Marcng". Iowa, are a! home
to spend tbe holidays with re'atiers
and friends here.
John Ziemer has gone to St. Loots
to riiit his sistara.
Miaa Emily 8piekler spent Sstur
day and Sunday at Andalusia.
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Bowes and
father spent Sunday at S. P. Ball's.
Miss Winnie Kirk le visiting her
couin in Reck Island during the
Mrs. J. A. Sever was happily sur
prised Christmas eve by a very' hand
some folding couch, which Mr. Sever
bad ordered to come by train that
day. and had it taken to their home
during her absence.
Mrs. George Splckler was happily
surprised by a complete set of silver
ware and a full china dinner set,
which she received Christmas day.
Nrarly everybody in this vicinity
seemed to enjoy the holidays exceed
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stone my size aeslrod.
Samples of Stone aad Photos of
Butldlags eaa bo seen at Room
Mo. 1 J. Mitchell Lynda's build
Arthur Burrall, manager,
Rock Island or Colons, HI.
stop Losnra movkt.
jaaleHaalf ea4 avsM all
Oar 00 operatise Biaaiaats Plea. eaSetaeS bv
Issdlsr Unas else, sc aanreeaSrwteS shocks.
0 PCM OCNT
profit. reeklf-ar record.
NEW SYNDICATE NOW FORMING
PilSJillll tlslna fsll pri iculsea. asw M.ra. t
Ltu-r BsssleS fere, errlt for It.
DeWolf A Oo., sank ere snS Brokers.
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Tll tn .1 if . 1 .. at vU e Sit 4
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jtsf y ran brlt.tkMsf rartes wfmat araaaj trrf vaja. V Pfll
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cut rrlfsadiiir. fturh lift .l"sf ttfi ml J fiat Un
fssr fsiiililaaaWisSa. t a Cttiitsr 4edl Afir
taw ir Ulvi jpai afnifn rv , attd It rrila j H
VAN CAMP PACKING CO..
-A HAND SAW IS A GOOD THING. BUT NOT TO
r Sh SHAVE WITH." t
18 THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE-CLEANING.
Ptee Par Cet laosraat avj or BosyBaOta. aA
Oae Kir i Ou t
8unday Efeninf. Jan. 3.
MISS EUNICE GOODRICH
I ber rivrr
Fottles Baby aad Edward Kelly,
In Lontfoc' Oreatesi
"C APT AIM . JANUARY"
CasaMneS with the Oseatset
feet ne. the
t. t Ltvasr Phase
CI the firs scot Some, the DleeaaarKb
,,Sa. lrtr aisaara' Citoelaa Uaaaa. the
ailrese Viwt and otaer.
Price-Hi, . and Stic.
Wednesday Evening. Jan. 6
A rOKTJVt'Ora LSt OBt
The Fmns Brts. Brm
lfl 1t'ir K'l'ipfti i Kim.'
)Hrtacn'T I'mfltir ttoti,
ri skies I'ttKiHTtts riti avaal
Tkr Piitint OarrlaOS SllSe
Til Witnorrful Slevolvltia Slilfi
Tti, fatal Uyror nsaas a7 acroi
(Ins titltiilf sd ill hi t snsnwe S cyclone nf
we ci eaii a' Hlsui.i rtror' icsreprft
It.TDls' H" I'ri-i
B litis Optra Hoist,
One P. riormarice Only,
Sunday Evening, Jan. S.
Pwii rfinrii ncsscini.ti' nr rh sis f.
crest su 'I.,, th. ciarniur
' nn I trams
Mir.e" 'I I'l B'" lUru hii.irlsl Hlurr o'
Slnlli s 1.1. r 'J cars
Metier-, merit nf AUTHOR C. A1STOB
Tb. same n.rrl, nrrsulaatlm wltti Harrr
aid 'i, oharies ft Hawkins. Betbs
U'lllisss ai.' Je&r Oa nrsti.
'IF UI ei 1tiCint "f Ui iias Unin
.ii.in ii.,.r.,. err ti i'i' nisgii,. nMuaaa
A c m,i Cm I. tti,, itmi,riS1 seen-
bih ii. ii crt asm uscri
l'"i ....' .rif .
SMisir t al i Plufce' Fr ittai nieniine.
1' iiIhhw si I,., i : afsr eerfoi-
ire the most fatal of sl
FOLEY'i KIDNEY CURE
yr money refunded.
by all eminent phylciaaB
as the best for Kidney assi
f.aflV AOCNTC 'i.mi.l. .vers.
ai47aaaas at tatlur. imtii noista.
Wort srltt lsdiii. elsautit an4 vrrr timfiiabii .
Prer. C. C. aklasi r. Omaas. Mek.
Wo. Ill'?e-Svr..rf- tt mil
bre-r Brruisjart r icrttsr trr Salitrrt f .usast?"
tittafi I.M'psia. sila-d v uin.n sl a,, isisstiii
Mr mt i c'i'il
a Hi eSt,1 f ' ttl.l -, S ! rt r 1,1 . ...
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liaaSi-U. t .lf. Imv I
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