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l.M fl uia; la advance MJO.
UconuieiUoMcfpo Dealer wnarau
tlva charasUr. political or rtlgloas, aost ve
reel bum attacked for fvWcatloa. Mo such
artlels will bs-priated ever dcatloos slgnatores.
OorrsagoiidoBa solUnted traa inrj township
la Bock bland const.
Tckhoat, A CO 1ST 17, 1897.
Japan is reported to be building
15 new battleships.
Thk newest brand ol populist is
the Mark Hanoa. Tiie Akois joins
the St. Louis Republic in the hope
that it will be exclusively confined
to Ohio. ;
Matters have come up to the point
where It is a question whether Sena,
tor Callom is a profoundly artistic
joker, or is seriously In earnest when
he declares that he is at outs with
A man by the name ot Kneeland,
who is now detained in jail at St. Jo
seph, Mo., has married 10 women
two ot them from Ohio. The sailer
ing from the hard times is not con
fined to the sterner sex.
It is worrying us to know to what
nbjact Gov. Tanner will tarn his at
tention and the power of his recently
developed politico economical intel
lect when once he settles this eoal
miners' strike. Peoria Journal
The death of Mrs. Alexander
Campbell at Bethany. W. Va., re
cently at the ago of 85 years, will
remind the public cf tho remarkable
growth of the church founded by her
husbnnd. She saw tho very begin
ning of a sect which now numbers
over 1,000,000 communicants, which
once turned the scale in a presiden
tial election, and which is rapidly
adding to its membership in many
states in the union.
I llloots tlag Law.
At the last session of the legisla
ture the old flair law was repealed
and a new and less objectionable one
fiassed. The new law provides that
t shall be the duty ot the board of
supervisors under township organi
sation, or tho board of commission
era in counties not under township
organization, to provide United
flutes Hags not less than 6x8 feet, to
float from the top of the court houses
from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. on every
legal holiday ol the year, and on
such other days as the board of su
pervisors or board of commissioners
On penal, reformatory and stale
educational and charitable Institu
tions the commissioners or trustees
Khali provide flags not less than
10x20 feet, and cause the same to
float frm a suitable pole from 8
o'cloc k until 6 o'clock on each legal
holiday, and on such other dais as
the commissioners or trustees may
On school houses tho board of edu
cation of every school district shall
provide and keep in order flag polos
and a United States flag not less than
4x8 feet. They shall float from such
flag staff or school during the school
hours on such days as the directors
or board of education may deter
mine. It proviJes that none of tho dif
ferent flags shall be displayed when
storms or bad weather would destroy
or materially injure them. There
is no penalty, however, for the non
observance of of this law, but there
is a penalty for the defacing or de
struction of any dag, flagstaff or
Under these modiOeations of the
law it is diflicult to conceive by what
J (revision of the statute the sheriff
eels constrained to keep that weather-stained
tiajj displaced from one of
the poles on the new Rock Island
county court house.
A Novel Bridge at Iceuen.
This no? el engineering work in railed
a "pont trnnsbordeur'-' and is despond
to fulfill all tlio prtrposes of a bridge,
' while it will offer no obstruction to the
passage of ship ,yith towering masts.
On each sido of tho river will bo erected
a small LttTcl tower, about 170 feet in
hoight, and theso towers will bo joined
at the top by a latticework bridge upon
which lines of rails will be laid On
1' UIVISUII . Sa.atMMsa.aaaa m
SYSTEM OF MEDICINE.
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Hear. Htnfn -.
these rails will ran a skeleton platform.
which can be pulled from aide to side
by the agency cf steam or electricity.
From this platform, which will be ICO
feet above the quay s, will depend" s tee
wire ropes, which will rapport at the
level of tho river banks a slung carriage
large enough to accommodate a tram car
full of passengers, besides other vehicles.
It is intended that this novel form of
bridge shall be in connection with the
tanm system at both sides of the river.
so that passengers can be carried across
the river withont leading their seats in
the cars. The work of "building the tow
ers has already been commenced, and it
is expected that the bridge will be open
for trafflo in 18 months' time. It is said
that the only contrivance bearing any
rcsemojance to this "pont transbcr-
deur" is in operation at Bilbao. Cham
The Bats Pound.
There is in the city of Paris a regular
jajuuu, surronnuca by a massive stone
WalL wherein thn
ntilized for clearing the bones of dead
auiiuais irom nesn. A norse thrown in
overnight is anite striuued hv mnTtiini
and it is the regular work of the man
in cnarge.to remove the beautifully pol
ished skeleton. Of conrse the rats thus
pampered increase at a terrible rate and
invade the neighboring slaughter houses.
So it becomes necessary at times to hare
a regular battue. This is rather clever
ly managed. All around the walls of
the ponnd hundred s'of little holes have
been bored, the depth of each being just
that of a rat's body. Early in the morn
ing, while the rats are still enjoying
their meal, a conplo of men with lan
terns jump suddenly in with a great
noise and clatter. The terrified creatures
rush for tho nearest refuge, and the
walls are soon od amen ted with a regu
lar forest of tails whiskim?
animated black icicles. Then arrives the
rat collector, who with skillful hand
seizes each pendent tail and deposits tho
asionisnea owner thercoi in a bag which
he carries slung over his 6houlder. The
skins .are largely need for making
gloves. Biew York World.
Mr. Gladatono as m Sport.
While on a visit to Mr. Gladstone Sir
William Harcourt mentioned that tho
boys at Eton take in a large number of
evening papers. "Dear me, bow remark
able!" said Mr. Gladstone. "How
things have changed sinee f was at Eton)
cut it Ehows what a remarkable inter
est tho youth of tho present generation
take in current events.". Sir William
ventured to suggest that it might be
tnat tne yonrb of the present generation
took a remarkable interest in sport
"Indeed," said Mr. Gladstone, "not
gambling, I hope. " Tben Mr. Gladstone
became reminiscent. "I think the onlv
thing I ever did in that direction was
to put an occasional shilling on a prize
fight." Household Words.
Thar la Xothlur so Uood.
There is nothinir iimt an crnnri m
Dr. Kind's New Discnvnrv fnr flnn.
sumption. Coughs and Colds, so de-
iuuuu ii ana uo not permit tne dealer
to sell vou same snhxt itn tn Ma aiill
cot claim there is anything better,
uhw iu uruer to maae more prout ne
mav claim snmethinrr 1q ti ha in,
as good. Tou want Dr. King's New
fiauuTery oecause you Know it to
be safe and reliable, and guaranteed
to do good or money refunded. For
Conphfl. Cnldft. rnnsnmntlnn ,nd
for all affections of Throat, Chest
ana L.ungs there is nothing so good
is it. rxing s isew Discovery.
Trial bottle free at Hartz & U)le
meyer's drug store.
regular size 50 cents and f 1.
Try Allan's Foot-Emu.
A powder to be shaken into thn
buoqs. &t mis season your feet feel
swollen and hot, and tret tired eas.
ily. If you have smarting feet or
tigm snoes, iry Alien's root-Ksso.
It cools the feet and makes walking
WLA 1 a -.
easy, uures ana prevents swoolen
and sweating feet, blisters and cal.
iuus rpuia. relieves corns ana oun-
Inna n 1 m 1 1 nain onrl rrind v . . t
" - Jr. a ak.vo iuci ,uu
comfort. Try it today. Sold by all
druggists and shoe stores for 25
ceii is. xriai pacxages free. Ad
dress Allen S Olmsted, La Bov
Uont ToDOoeo Spit aad 5aioka Vouv IAI
If yon want to quit tobacco using
easily and forever, be made well,
strong, magnetic full of new Hfn amit
vigor, take No-To-Bac, the wonder-
t aV 1 A. 1 .
wurur iuat maxes weax men strong.
Manv eain ten Bounds tn tn A,
Over 400,000 cured. Buy No-To-Bac
nuui yuur own crnggist, who will
truarantee a care. Bonkleta
pies mailed free. A idres Bterling
uamsujr EuiuBuy, vuioago Or WOW
rueai ruaai niN.
Dr. WUlIams Indian Pile Ointment
will onre blind, bleeding, ulcerated
and Itching piles. It absorbs the
tumors, allays the Itching at once,
acts as a ponltioe, giving instant re.
lief. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the private parts, and
nothing else. Every box is guaran
teed. Sold by druggists or sent by
"u tor ou cents anafi per box.
Williams M'r'o. Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For sale by all druz
Whoa Yoo Tako Ton Vamtloa
the m;st necessary article to have
with yon (after your pocket book) is
a bottle ot Foley's Colic Cure. It is
an absolute nreventinn rtr vnra n .11
derangements of the bowels canted
l K 9. m
"j cauga 01 water. Xou are
likely to need it. Sold by M. F.
Bahnsen and T. IT. Thnm.. a.-
. i a , iuuk
B. C. Joiner Allen P. O.. HUlsdale
county. Mich.. : Nmi.ia. ....
my rheumatism such quick relief as
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil." For sale
by Marshall & Fisher.
THIS AKQtJg, TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1897.
GIRLS IN STORES,
offices, or factories, are peculiarly
liable to female diseases, especially
those who are constantly on their feet.
Often they are unable to perform their
duties, their suffering is so intense.
When the first
themselves, such aa
backache, pains in
should at once
Lynn, Mass., stating' symptoms; she
will tell them exactly what to do, and
in the meantime they will find prompt
relief in Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, which can be obtained
from any druggist.
" Mr Deab Mes. Pikkbam : I am so
grateful to you for what your Com
pound has done for me. For four years
I suffered such pains from ovarian
trouble, which caused dreadful weak
ness of the limbs, tenderness and burn
ing pain in the groins, pain when
standing or walking, and increased
pain during menstruation, headache
and leucorrhcea. I weighed only 93
pounds, and was advised to use your
Vegetable Compound, whivh I did. I
felt the benefit before I had taken all
of one bottle. I continued using it,
and it has entirely cured me. I havo
not been troubled with leucorrhcea for
months, aRi now I weigh 115 pounds.
Lillie Hastsox, Flushing, Genesee
Co., Michigan. Bos 69.
The Chioago Tribune publishes a let
ter from a correspondent who says that
the first caorr called Tho Trihmm
published in Portsmouth, O., and was
Known as xne bcioto Tribune Coni-
meiltiuir CU this. Tho Trihnnn B!H7j-
"The writer unquestionably makes out
a vaiia claim lor The Scioto Tribune as
the first of The Tribunes, though it; was
named for Rieuzi, Bulwer's hc.o, tha
last of the tribnnes.
"Still, there is not ground for tho
Slightest belief that thn nama nnnliml
to the Portsmouth paper ever met the
eyes or Jur. Greeley before he estab
lished The Daily Tribune iu New York
in 1841. Nor was it seen by Edward J.
Ryan when he established The Weekly
Tribune in Chicago in 1839. It is only
fair, however, to sav that Mr. Hamiltnn
first applied the Bulwer name to an
American weekly paper. Mr. Greeley is
entitled to the credit of first applying it
to a daily, Eeruivcekly and weekly pa
per, which caused hundreds of others to
use the same title, though it is also true
that Mr. Ryau used it first in Chicago
anu in any state west of Ohio and for
two years before Mr. Greeley employed
it in New York.
"The Portsmouth paper may claim the
name by right of origiual discovery. In
line of descent The Trihmiea
Scioto Tribune, Ryan's Weekly Chicago
j-nuuae, me iscw loru Tribune and
the present Chicago Tribune."
Boiled Dcanuts are a fivni-ita a;?u
with the Chinese. An attempt has
been made in this conntrv tn rnnfr
dry peanuts and grind them into a flour.
ureao niaae irom peanut flour is said
to possess especial value to di.-ihoMn t..
tieuts. There is littla dnnht tJmt.
6till slight many useful food products.
The several mycological clubs which ex
ist to disseminate a knowledge of th6
eatable fungi that abound iu our fields
and woods have been snffinipntl
cessful to show that movement iu such
Directions is quickly enconraged; but we
have much more than
hands that can be mado available. Ital
ians make a most palatable flour or
meal out of chestnut
some species of acorns. New York
When awaking iu the
not rub the exes. ImWd.
never to rub or press the fingers against
the eyes. If they feel at all irritable,
sponge them with cold water. Cold
water has a most beneficial effort nnnr.
the eyes, and the strongest will find it
kuuu io oaiiy natne the eyes in cold wa
ter. This invicoratps thm o..l hoi t
keep them in good working order. But
it must be remembered that quite cold
water shonld only be used when the
body is at a moderate temperature.
When one is very heated or warm, the
Chill must be taken nfT the mato.
avoid any sudden shock. Philadelphia,
When bilious or costive eat f '.
caret, candy cathartic, cure guaran
teed, 10 cents. 5 ant
Tor Infants and Children.
HER ONLY FAULT.
As t went to my bachelor chamber one night
And reflected on life aa I pat out the light
I resolved thmt the club 1 would Ttstt no mare.
Bat devote mr affections to dear Isadora.
She is faultless in figure and lovely in face.
Every movement the very perfection of grace
So confiding and gentle, congenial and sweet
That the atoics and cynics are all at her feet.
Like the wings of the hamming bird over the
Fly her tapering fingers In Liszt's potpourris;
She excels on the harp and theSpanUk guitar.
And her voice is soprano that reaches to fa.
She Is witty and brilliant in quick repartees.
And she sings cavatinas with marvelous E'e,
Conversation in German and French can sus
tain. And has traveled in Italy, Egypt and Spain.
AU the tender emotions so scouted before
Were aroused in my heart for the fair badore.
Bat my growing affections are nipped in the
For she will drag her skirts through the streets
in the mud I
W. H. Morris in New York Ledger.
A WONDERFUL POND.
Raman Eyes Are Often Inhabited by
Large Knmbera of Living Creattorea.
The water contained in a well de
veloped, well formed eye in which the
sight is not impaired, more especially
where a person is farsighted, presents
many curious phenomena. Looking
through an open window in daylight
upon a hazy atmosphere or upon a fog
such as is. seen in any city, or looking
to the north upon a gray atmosphere,
one will see, if conditions are as above,
strange disks flitting and jumping about
in the eye water. It has been my privi
lege to watch these organisms for sev
eral years, flitting about in the eye
water, jumping toward each other again
in strife and combat, in the which the
water would become comparatively
clear of amocbiform organisms, only to
oe again full of micrococci and the com
bats as above.
The various shapes of these animal
cules are surprising. Some are attenu
ated, with flue filaments. Again, others
are like wee bits of fine porcelain, with
little projections, reminding ono of
turtles hopping about. Again, others
present the appearance of cyelops and
How these organisms get into the eye
water is a mystery perhaps in the
water we drink or foods we eat, either
or both. Tle fact that the eye water is
innabitou, lvke all other bodies of water,
is a truth that can be proved positively.
beyond peradventnre, by any oculist
when he may as tract a diseased eye
ana place the fluid under the class.
May not the accumulation of these
organisms in the eye water, tbeir rapid
growth awl the survival of the fittest
or strongest be the cause of much blind
ness, wherein may be casts, coagulation
of tho eye water, so called paralysis of
the opt is nerve, cataracts and other
forms of disease?
May not numerous headaches and
other psiins be ce used by the overao-
cumnlation or grewth of these minute
organisms, in which thev stop the cir
eolation of tho active principle of life
in tne artea-ial circulation or the nerv
ous forces? The satoe organisms are seen
whrn looking nposi drawing paper.
William W. Goodrich in New York
Senator PettfV Prophecy.
This is a story that an Alabamian
tells about Senator Pcttus and ex-Scna-tor
Pogh: "Duriuir Mr. Cleveland's
first administration Mr. Pettus was
anxions to fill tho place on the supreme
court bench to which Senator Lamar
was afterward appointed. He applied
to has friend Senator Pugb, and the
larotr mane an earnest and sincere ap
peal for the mitiointment of Mr. Pettns-
The president inquired as to the age of
retens, ana wnen liiiormcd said he was
too old. Senator Prjffh tvimmnninnrpri
this fact to Pettns and alah sniropsteil
to. another eminent but younger lawyer
in ins state towpply for the place, as it
was a setnea luce tnat a southern man
'rvould surelr succeed to the vacancv.
Senator Pettus hoard of Senator Pugh's
letter to the other friend, and it made
him mad. Conrinc to Wanhintnn. hn
called on Pugh and asked him why he
did not stand otst for him. Pugh ex
plained that Mr. Cleveland would not
alter bis determdnation about not an-
pointing a man of Pettus' age, but this
ma not satisry rertus. tietore leaving
.Puch Pettna said. 'Well I
ld to sit on the supreme bench of the
iana, vat l am nop too old to sit in the
senate, and your seat will just about fit
me. ' Pettus was aa f?nnl na a nronhot
He sncoeeded Senator Pugh on the 4th
oi juaven last, andii X am not mistaken
occufaes the identical eat which Pugh
occupied during a fortaer term. Sena
tor Pugh was 77 last December. Sena
tor Pettns is 76. Washington Post
Strange Domestic Pets.
Mr. Hutchison, while British resi
dent at Kumassi, had a panther pre
sented to him by the king of Ashanti.
This animal he succeeded in taming
and transformed from a forest terror
into a domestic pet. Charlies James Fox
had a young tiger which sihowed great
affection for him. until one day, while
licking its master's hand, it scraped off
the skin. At the first taste of blood its
dormant instincts returned, and its
glaring eyes revealed to Air. Fox his
danger. Without attempting to remove
his hand he led it by gentle words into
the next room, where a loafed pistol
bung over th mantelpiece. Beaching
it down, he shot his now dangerous pet
through the hoid. . .
Jabsley These novelists make me
tired. The idea, of a "withering glance!"
As if any one -could be withered by a
Wickwire Ycta are yonng yet, Jabs
ley. You never stepped on your wife's
train at a balL" Pearson's Weekly.
She What at reantifnl
have. Mr. Montrose--
Ht Ynn lika it an lair Taiba,
-Detroit Free PresC
i i ' m aum
of the Globe for
(areenuea oy eauaaat plivsioiansr
n iiR KiririTQ'C
..a evaa a ass
V.'V-F Lt. Itllaliaaa. al..n
OnlTemalne with trade Mark Anchor.'
. Ad. Eirkter Cow, ila Pearl St, Sew lark.
lSBrsaokEoasss, Ova Glairrorks,
tSASOcu. tnaersaa A reooBuncaatal by
. A1-HALL I n H1 1838 StfOLd v
,unii.iiui, l.iij tiecr.na eve.
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ANCHOR STOiNACHAta baa far
g MoCASKBIN tt MoCASKEIN. R
g AMoiasya at Law.
u Roek IslacA scfl Mllaa. Rock islaod
ooe over KreU A Mate's store; kuiui
fft offloe on Main street. Jj
JACKSON A HUEST,
i OCce la Book lalaod Katlocal Bank
i Building. 4)
i J. J. KOACH,
Attorney at Law.
i Abstracts, Colieetlon Areoey. Of-
flee over 17i7 Soound avecue.
I WM. L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
i Mnfli'v tia Iii,N r& -.1 a i n
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i cess. Notary Pubile. 1T0S Beoond ave-
i a n. swciair. a u wale an
SWEENEY A WALKER,
A taorceys and Coaneellota at Law
Office la Benrstos Block.
CHA11LES J. SEABLE,
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DBACK A KERNS, f
if Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY QAETJE. Prop
Cat Flowers and Deslcns of all Kmds
City store. ISOT Beoond avenue. Tsbv
are the most fatal of all
FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE
Dr money refunded. Con
tains remedies recognized
bv all eminent physicians
as the best for Kidney and
Price 50c and $ixm
float fc Ma. !
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If yitlBBO, can. write B"ra ef rf awtt. Htni Ul t. t Ul ..
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DR. J. E. 17ALSI1.
OiriCK 17 W. Third St.. MeCttUoori. BHidln(t. Dsvsapcrt, irw..
rive Per Cent Paid on Deposits.
jone laoaned on Peraanal
J II Bafont. Prtldant.
John Oroba-jgh. Vice Presides.
' Brrsa hoatoteae Jaly , lsua, ar,4 oecapy I
S. S. em. MtscasU A Lrnse. aeat balldmaT
S1EVLR3 fc -
AO kin of carpenter
OFFICE AND SHOP
Ratateof Ellen K: ley. dereaaad.
The onderaifmed taaivlna been appointed execs,
lor of the taat mill and lestanv-nt of Kllon
Kiley, late of the roonty of Rork Is sod,
atate of Illinois, accessed, Bercby elves notice
thst he will appear before the county court of
tlMik Is and county, at the court rcon of
aid eonrt. ia the rltyof Hock Island, at the
O.-tober ti-rm, on the flnn Mondsy tn Oct bor
next, at which time all persons Lsvlng clsimt
afrainat raid erUte are notified and reqoerted to
stund for the purpoM of havtrg the nu ad
lasted. All persona Indebted to said estate are
requcKted to make lnunediate uajment to the sa
Dated this Ulh Vsvr Auymt. .. D. im.
BuaiKTW. Uci sow. Bxecbtor.
STATU OP 1LUNOH, I
Hock Islabd 'oiTHTr. f
In tne circuit court, Srp'.etnber term, ia7, in
(msi Jenkins vs. Edward Jenkfr.s.
Affidavit of noD-reaidt-nce of the above
named defendant havinc; been Died in
the elerk'a oftice of the circuit court of said
oonnty. notice ia thereror bt-rrbr E ven to the said
non-resident defendai.t that the complslnant
Sled her bill ot complaint In said court, on the
chancery aide thereof, on the Ssth oay of Jt if,
!4)7, and thst there opon a summons 1euHl
out of raid enurt. wherein said suit is now pend
icle, returnible on the third Mondav iu the month
of September net, ss is by lsw rrqnirvd. Vow,
nnleaa yoa, the said non-resident defendsnt
above namad. shall penona'ly be and ap
pear before the said circuit court, on the flirt
day of the nest term thereof, to be boldea at
Hoc I-lard in ard for tha said ennntv. on th
tr.ird Monday in Septi-nher next, and phsd. an-
"t r iirai ao ine ssia complainant s bill of
complaint, the same and the matters and thines
therein charged and stated will be taaea as con
fessed, and a decree enured atlBst you accord
ex to lha prajerof said bill.
, , ... Geobde W. naaaLB, Clerk.
Pock Ialand. III., ivg it, lsw.
Janus M. BisnsLST.ompla!nints Solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
HOCa 1LSD COCMTT, (
In the eircult eonrt of raid eomtr, to tie Sep-
m ui .n-, wrm, a. v. irarr. in cnancery.
1'ora Wilson va. Will ism Wilson.
Affldsvll of nfm-ra,l(1fira of If ahrtv. a?e.
fendsnt. William Vllana haalna hai SImI In
the clerk's otBce of the circuit court of raid
county, notice is therefore hereby given to tbe
said non resid, nt defendant thst the complain
ant died her bill . f comnleint in said court, on
the chancery side thereof, on tbe 10 b day of
' mi, a. i, it7, tna mat tnerenpon a sum
mons issned out of nil court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnible on the third
Monday In the month of September
next, sa is by law required. Now. un
less ynn. the raid non-nrldent defendant
shore nsmed sbsll personally be and appear
nerore aaia circuit court, to oe noiaen at
Hock Island In and for tbe ssld county, oa the
third Mondsy In September next, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the mturs and things
herein charged and stated will be taken as con
fessed, and a decree entered against yoa accor
ing to the prayer of said bill.
Groses W. OsasLB. Clerk.
Tiatel at Ro-k Island, III.. Ibis 111 da o Au
gust, A. D. WOT. McBsiar A stcgKiar.
Application by Conservator to Sell
TATS OP ILLINOIS. I
Harm ItulWO Oorrrfw, I
la tbe county court of said Rocs: talaad county.
To the eetetnher term A ., 1S97.
To sii pervoo. concerned :
Publ'c notice is hereby given thst the under
signed conservator of Fretenck Ma' gaUoa, an
Irsaneend distracted person, has Sled in the
office of tbe clerk of the counts eocrt of Roek
I-lard county in the s'ate of Iiltnois.a pMiiiou
foran order of said court authorising and em
powering him to sell tbe following real estate
sPuetod in the raid county of Rock Inland and
belorgag to tha ss d Fred click Mange lson.
Lola number sevi (T) and eight rB) tn b'ock
nnmberon(lia Weckel Place, la the tcwoenip
of South Moline. "
And that said petition will bapreaeuted for al
lowance ou th flrat day of the vptem Iter term A
I' 1MT, or ssld et'tirt to be ee-un ai.d held Is the
city of Kotk Is'snd in said R jcs Is'aed -4untyoa
the Irst kon'iay of 8-ptrmber. A. I , 1H7, or ws
oua llMivsfter ss eoanael can be heard, at wblsh
lime you can appear and show cease, if any y.aj
have, why ssld petition bouli not be frrsntad.
Dsted this 14!h day of August. A. D , 17.
Joss J. Roaca. Conservator of said Predenek
wiuiaa la, Lcsoin, BoHcltor for Petition ar.
Chronic, Nervous and
II " --"WJ .
ttraias. loeplessgaa.. itraali.4 !t-
InQjrporated Under i
Collatajrai or EUaCCstAt 8vcBrtty.
n 8 CaMe. Wra WitaMns
Jatia lra Uaacb, Po U ltcnaU,
H P Hell, LHimon.
? TArf Bafotd,
Jackaoa A baria, awnettma
General )obMnr Con. oa short notice
..a r-naan,,, fnaraniead
71 TWELFTH BTRKKT.
Zstata of Chrisiiue Bu richer, deceased.
The anrlerslgned having been appointed ad.
mlnlstraior of tne re 'ale of ChrtsUue
BiiDcber. late of the county of Bork Irlsnd
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
be will appear before the count eoart at
Bock lalaad coanty, at tbe costly more
rcosi, tn the city of Koek Island, at th Hep.
temb.r tetm. oa the Srst Monday ta r-nibsHat
neat, at which time aU persona having claims
sgatast said artete are notified and requested to
attecd for the purpose of caving ta aasae ad
inated. AU sersons Indebted to said aetata are rr.
quested to sake IcaasdUU parmentio tha sl
derslened. ltated this Std day of J A. O.. 1H9T.
ataaa Bmrasa. Admhjlslrator.
Bstate of kobeces Itamaey, 1eceasi4.
The aadaralirned navuui been apuorfasd ad
ministrator of the eetato of brtrni Kamsey.
ate of tha enonty of Hock UUnd. slew of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tiiat b
"111 sppeer before the county court of Buck Island
eannty. at the coubty court rraa la ihe
city of Rock Island, at tha rx-pteob. r serm, on
the drat Monday In rw-ptember ne tt, at waich Unas
sU persons having claims sgslnst said estate are
notified and reqneeted to attead, for tha purpose)
of having toe seme adjusted.
All persons icdebted to said estate are raquasU
ed to mass tcaiediatd payment to the under
iirnod. Dated thla sd day of July A . !., Km.
Gaor.au U. Hra uoko, AdniUlssrator.
Bwxxsir A H'axxra. Auornt'ys
STATK OF ILUN1",I
BocalsLsan OoiTrr, I
Iu the circuit court. September term, A. D .
1SST. la charm rr.
Slargan t hate vs. John J. Kale.
Affidavit of ana-residence of the above name!
defendant. Jebn J. Kain, having been Sled la the
clerk's offireaf the ctrrult spurt of said county
notlca at threfore hereby gtvea to the said non
resident d.fen'a-t that the complainant Sled
tier Mil cf emtlaiot in ssld court, oulhech.
eery side thceof, oa the 4th dsv of Asguat IwT.
snd that thereupon a sum vons Issued out of said
court, sr herein said suit is now pending, return-s-le
on the ttitrd M.mdsy la the month of s-p-hmberncxt.
as is tr la. required. Now. unle-as
you. Ue said non rrsidnit dafendst.t atmve
named, shall peivoaally bs and appear bcf.r
said circuit eonrt, ou the St datr of the rx-n
term thereof, to be boldea at Rock It and. la
and for tbe aald county, on the third Monday
In reptembrr rext ard plead, anaan-r .r de
m r to tbe said complainants' hill of romplalut.
the same and tbe matters and things tb. rein
cbsrgwi and stated will be taken aa coa'essed.
aad a derrre entered against Jon according to tho
prayer of said bill.
w . . . OBORGI W. GAV BLR, Clerk.
Iald. M Anguat 10.1W7.
Wrujau u. Lrn-SLTB, Complainant's Solicitor.
Boca Wlasd Coott, f
. Ij ho Hlreult court, to Ihe September term
A2C. Mahaa va. Cla k R. Mabsn
Si davit of aon-resMeuce of e.'ls'k R. Ms
nao, tbe some namvd d'fandaut. bsvlng
been tied Iu the elerc's offlce of the cir
cs it eouit of ssld county, notice Is therefore here
by given to the ssld n-tn-rvsldent defendant,
est the complainant filed her bill of coaa
platnt In said court oa tbe chancer? aide there
of oa the ICtn day of Aiiguat. IKV7, and that
thereupon asammoas issued out of eaid court,
wherein eaid suit is bow pending, returnable
on tho third Monday In the month of ftrTtrmber
next, as la by law required. Mow, unices you, tbe
sard nna-restdent de eedsnt shove named,
shall personalis be snd anttaar bt-fors tha aaid
circuit court oa ihe first day of next
ws inereor, to oe Boldea at stoca iriaad,
snd for the said county, on the third Monday ia
Septemsxr next. rd plead, ait arc r or demur
to tho said eomblalnaM'e bill of cumtilaint. tata
same and th matters aad things tnere-lu charged
and stated will be taken as confessed aad a de
cree entered a atiast you according to tha prayer
of said bin.
Gunasg w. oauat a.Cluik.
Rork Island. IT1.. Augaat li MM.
Aoatu Pl.sasaSTs. Cennplaijiant's Boltdtor.