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TERM9-Di:r, 10 ejw'jt p.r wotk. Weekly,
t- ' pat Mfiiua; la !tU40 Jl.iQ.
AU ccmmcB'.c4'.!vE' of j tiai or aTias-cta-tT.
cnireeier. politic: or rtlicioas, mutt e
ia! r. ttactd f pabUcatlos. No iich
ar.iclo win ba prlrte4..dtr tct.Uosa tlg-uataref .
Carrorpend'iSM aolMted from erery toanubJp
1 Hock Icicd eoanty.
'JCKSOAT, ArOLST 31, 1S!7.
William J. BitvAX.itisaanoucceJ,
will addree tLe trades and labor
unions la Sc. Louis Sept. C.
I'eoi'LE ' who ride Ltuvy vhee'.n
should no cbjoit to carrying lamps.
Thej would make tho wheels lighter.
Voi.3 1'rcifiilfr.t, MsKinlej halong
to th pcvi'.ts or ta liii.ua? This
tjau.stiou iiKiv hoi be poli'.e, but
11 uaemt o bo fepfcipf,!", fjr
we urc licgitnip tosoc through
I fJeriiiruiy when a raiiwcv cn"i
ccor perform sirviou for 10 years
without nn huci'lun. ind without lu.sa
f I.fo he rtcviven a gold niodf l nnd
to," in t-au. It la a p'uraiam iu
which tho entire traveling public is
Tub record lor rojai travel i. Lcid
ly i, neon Victoria. Since li V2, the
yenr the fjaoon llrtft entered u rail
way carriage, t-lio has travcied miuic.
thiii .ODO.ihm) miles. This
bcat-t too prince of Vt.lc". by about
.VW.OUJ miles, and the next pretest
royal traveler, tbo ilui;o of C'hni.
bridge, by Learl) 1,000,0'J'J miles.
Mi: Kji kki t,i.j.Lit rcccatlj
f ondfiuntd lor r(.fuir..r to niil the
litrt;ii9 wbicli was m pn.valt'Qt iu
too town cf Virir.i:i. Jlinn. Il ha
now been dic ivcrcd that instead of
sending a elite!; for i,0J0, as Mr.
Caru";'.e dii Mr. Kockt fuliur tcnttu
srot to invc-t: ;te, and on his re
port opened n ::.ino t that plficc and
nirtil many t f the Marvin men.
I r is t:j h ! i il.o C . U & (J
will nilTt.r uh iit'.lo Uu.ay us p03.-;ib:o
in W'hitef roucly li the exsar
hioiii.stt il I. rins ij K,icl 111 and
Tburdd.iv. id.e vi-itr mr.y be
Klotird to (!:thif they invade" that
ronuty without a cperi'al permit from
Mayor Schwab aii'l Capt. Haitian, of
Knit jo. and without thi (.fii ;ial ap
pri;bit;on of tbo-o worthies, iitir.riif
l-'ulirr w:'i afford no protvclioj.
ajr.iiDbt the mob.
'I UK oldest retired LlVucr in the
I'niu d State is C'tjit. VVancij Mar-
M:i, i tbo revenue :u:itine Petvico.
IIj live ::i Dc .f it. but every Rum
mer he vjxiin K'.uteu lilind. wbore
he -ifrcrully sp:nds a uionth or two.
He v a Imn i.i ttie eity of Now York
in June. 1H0'. earrius his 97
ycnr cotnfort'j!y, and l ives to UJk
of o'.cl tiruco and of his travels. Ha
c: iho fmiOiii! of Njp leun I at S:.
Helena, i ro his vnel, the Vi"i
ltmt, p'lt in for water.
Tiik min..L''-rs of the Nashville
fspo.-itlon tuo annoucj-od that they
will hn able t j paj their hubscribers
every doll.ir that" was put up for
thul eaterprix', and they believe
thi.t thuy will have n sum It money
left t i bj divide 1 aaniijj the utoen".
hoi !ers. Thi i; a casa almost with
out parallel and is evidence not only
of ,'ood inanaemnnt, but a!o of the
pr.iKperity of the times. When the
Xa-.hvilln rxiiibitlon was undertaken
there was d-rkccns over nil the Inn 1
anc! little hopo that it could prove a
acres because of the ecarcity of
money and the general depresion.
It has uiide a prond record in every
r articular, and the north has helped
ix!e do it.
.-t Due to Tr.n.
The -tpid iccreaite in the price o
wh at lia produced a more chcerfu
iccud isaa tae Afierican peopl
nave cTpencncea lor tne past fuu
years. Not for a lonj? time hav
the come to near to realizing th3
promised wave of prcsperity, of
whioh there has been no ranch said.
The party pipers have seized upon
the f:ct. and are now hard tj work
to mate people believe that the wave
ct prosperity is due to tbn tariff
lately exacted by congress. Nothing
could bo firiher" from the truth. Ia
steail of the better times being the
result of the ttriff, tnev have come
SYSTEM Of MEDICINE
Davenport Health Institute i;S:Pt:.oiVaiSeaope
---- A .'wUta. Anhaa. brwttehitis
riT4ir, ?'r5r.,. isTu, H-rt. ftuack.
Xtoml. Lh-r. DiMr4n ai4 imal
l 4t-c.l- r- l j rce'.am ilz trau ta
Cfaar vtik r lrl n
403 Brttf; St. OamiwrU 4sva
in spite of it. This is easily discern-
sble. The essence of tbe Lhngley
tariff is higher rates and protection
to home industries. It is framed so
as to exclude the products of foreign
countries. Its inotto ie: "Do not
bay anything abroad; cultivate a
home market; don't send produce
abroad; livo within onr?elves; keep
away and let U3 alone." Dutiii spite
of this there i? a shortage of wheat in
nearly every land except the Cnitsd
S'.atts. This drives up the price,
and we reap the benefit of it. Hence
our dollar wheat. If foreign coun
tries adopted the saoie policy of ex
clusion as we do, there would bo nn
demand for our wheat. But luckily
this is not so, and we get the benefit
of it. Dubuque Herald.
The Herald could go farther, the
Freoport Bulletin says, and say with
truth, that the malicious tariff bill
passed the republican congress to
satisfy the demands and greed of
trusts, will enormously increase the
burdens of the farmers and laboring
people, and increase the wealth of
those already rich at the expense of
Story of lBdieer.
Landsecr, whoso Cue stag hunts in
the highlands have been popularized by
engravings, represents oua of the most
extraordinary examples of the irresisti
bleucss cf the artistic vocation. I huve
Ffcn a most magnificent dog of bis,
chained to hia kenuel and carried away
by Hoods. The day vvhui, an absolutely
unknown artist, be exhibited this pic
ture at the Itoyal academy it attracted
rouaidcrable attention, and a gentleman
hurried oil to the paiuter's to make an
offer to purchase it. He rang at the
door of the small garden, and, on the
wicket being opened, ho saw a boy play
ing with a hoop with somo other little
fellows. Ho inquired cf the children:
"Does Mr. Landscer live here?"
"Yes," replied one of the youngsters.
"When can I speak to him?"
"Now, if you like. I'm Mr. Land
"But," exelaimed the amateur, "it is
your father I want to see. I have called
about a picturo of his at the academy. "
"Well." said the ch'ild, ''it is I who
am exhibiting tbo picture."
He was tlx u 14 '.j years old. Henri
The eastern women, especially those
iu Turkey, paint their eyebrows with
gilt paint, and at uight tbo effect is
very brilliant and oriental. When, by
chance, a Chinese girl lias eyes that are
not quite so slantiug as usual, she can
safely lay claim to special beauty.
Many Japaur-se women gild their teeth,
whilo tbo beauties of the Indies stain
theirs a brilliant red. fr'ome of the Afri
cans stain their teeth a jet black. Per
sian women pencil the outer corners of
their eyes to make them look almond
shaped, which is considered an especial
mark of beauty. The women iu many
oriental countries dio their finger nails
wilh In una, others let them grow to an
Temper itself is not a bad quality. It
is not to lie destroyed, as we sometimes
av. Without temper a bar of steel te
ctum's like lead. A man without tempi r
is weak and worthless. We ar to learn
self cciitiol. A slroiig person is cue who
has a strong temper under perfect mas
tery. There is a deep truth here that
our mistakes cud our sins, if we repent
of thrm, will help m the growth and
upbuilding of cur character. House
S.iiuct'alaj: t. UeuoQfl On.
James Jones, of the drnrr firm nf
Joues & Son, Cowdcn. 111., in epsuk-
ing oi wr. A.i ng's New Discovery,
savs that la -..inter his wifn wis At
tacked with la grippe, and her case
growacj serious mat pnysicians at
Cowden and Tana enuld do nnthit-cr
for her. It seemed to develop into
nasty consumption. Having Dr.
Kinir's N-ew Dinnnvprv in tnr n1
selling lots cf it, he took a bottle
uuuie, auu to tue burpnse oi all sue
besran to iret better from th tirat
'lose, and a half dozen dollar bottles
cured her sound aud well. Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds, is guaranteed
to do this good wort. Trv it. Free
trial bottles at Hartz & Ullemeyer's
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointmrnt
will enr biind. bleeding, ulcerated
nt itching pileH. It absorbs the
tumors, ailars tie itcbiej: once,
icls as a poultico, iviag"icstaat re.
lief. Dr. Williams' "Indian Pile Oint
ment is prepared only for piles
and itching of the pri- sto parts, and
oohiug else. Kvery wox i guaran
teed. St-vld by draggi9ts or sent by
mail for 60 rents arid ft cer bcs.
Williams M'f'o. Co., Props , Cleve
land, Ohio. For naie by all drnc
gl5. Cusearcts Candy Cathartic, the
most wondrrfnl medical discovery cf
the age, pleasant snd refreshing to
the tasta, act g.ctly tad positively
ca tha bowels, ciesTasing the entire
system, dlspiil colds, cure headache,
fever, habitual constipation end bil
iousness. Please bur nnd trv a box
of C. U. C. today; 10," 26, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to care by tdl
Th. Altwt ktml llliMM.
It is not generally known that
no time should be lost in taking Fo
ley's Kidney Cure, which is guaran
teed or money refunded. Sold by
M. F. Bahnsen and T. H. Thomas,
When billon or costive eat a Cas
caret, ean ly cathartic, cure guaran
teed, 10 oeata, 35 cent.
THE AKGPB. TUESDAY, AUGUST 31. 1897.
Critical Time Among Wean
Scientific Baby-Food That
They Grow Strong and Fat Cn
As Only Healthy and Well-
Fed Infants Can.
Dread of Cholera No
If a baby-in-arms is not fed with
absolutely'healtbfal mother's milk,
the best possible is, cf course, lac
tated food. For an infant that has
been weaned and is getting teeth,
there is no diet nearly so good. Bv
ua:n;r laetaUd food you wiil avoid
the real dangers of summer and
free your mind of constant appre
hension. Any practiced physician
will tell you that the lactated food is
commonted upon by his most emi
nent feliow-praclitioners as the best
substitute for puremother'a milk, and
that it can be absolutely relied on
for purity and freedom "from any
po'fible source of contamination.
You can rely on lactated food hbjve
everything else to carry the weaned
baby through the trying days and
nights of summer.
If the little one is inclined to be
nervous and fretful iu the summer
heat, lactated food sustains the
stieiith and wards off summer
diarrhoea. lofants f,o favored Hie
certain to thrive and grow strong
and fat, as only healthy and well-fed
Lactated food works marvels with
littlo ores who are puny and pale.
A week or two suffices to show it
splendid effect in brighter eyes,
fairer bkin, livelier manner aud a
solid gain in weight and bize.
Contrast the healthy, full-fed,
happy conditi tn of babies fed on lac-tatt-d
food with that of tho many
bndly nourished, drooping ones,
whobe mothers persist iu keeping
them cn the old diet, upon which
they aro plainly not thriving.
B-.bies that a'e not gaining in
weight as their mothers wish "and
who show too little animation and
interest in things about tbem, soon
gain a liveii' -as aud sst for living
when fed with this splendid nutri
ment. They gradually cry less ana
less; their sleep becomes bound bj
eight, and by day they tre bright,
noisy and happy. Such is tbo grei t
difference between babies that ar
nourished by lactated food acd
those that are poorly, becausa im
In its composition lactated food is
well nigh it!enticl with baby's earli
est and best fond heaithv breast
miik. Ai a food, tMerefj-e, fur
mothers who nurse their little ones
with difficulty, especially through
th soniuier months, lactated foodis
ordered by physicians wilh the most
For iuvalils who require an eas ly
digeoted. abs lately puie, rich ali
ment, there is nothing eqial to lae-tat-d
The largest farm in the world is in
the southw estern part of Louisiana. It
extends 100 miles north aud south and
25 miles east aud we-'t. It was bough';
in 1SS3 by a syndicate ef northern capi
talists, by whom it i. still operated. The
fencing is suid to have cost f 50, 000.
Bice, sugar, corn acd cotton are raised.
In cases of burns, sprans, scalds,
or any of the other accidental pains
likely ta come to the human body.
Dr. '1 homas' Kle-tric Oil gives almost
instant relief. For sale by Marshall
How to Attala IL"
A VToniierfal K.w
Kfdl-1 Boole wTltte
Icr 11 eo OslT. On.
ecpTBiiy be had free,
wit!, la pl.iti ntl
op., an .;; ic&Cm.
UFrAkO. m. r.
J W ' -JL, A. r 0
I " DREAMS OF THE DAYS GONE BY. I '.111 JW.'. "L- .
Dreams, com. home to my heart agaia
With the memory of the past.
Come with toot plfMnre nd yonr pais
And yoar hopes too bripht to last.
Come from your hidden g-rarea that lie
In the beaut iful realms cf the days gone by ;
Come from yonr glorious grave, that lie
In the realms of the days gone by I
I will welcome ye all acraia.- -
As once in the halls cf 1AX
Welcome the pleasure snd the pa'-n
For the beauty yonr brief lives held.
Dreams, come out of your secret graves
In the woodland wilds and the dim sea
Dreams, come out of your myriad grave.
In the wilds and the dim sea caves!
Te throng the halls of my heart one mora
With faces sad with pain.
Oh, faded ghosts of the dream of yore.
The joy comes not at;ain.
Go back to your mournful graves that lie
In the sliadowy realms of tho days gone by ;
Go back to your voiceless graves that lie
In the realms of the days gone byl
Emma A. Browne in New York Ledger.
THE TRUTH ABOUT IT.
What Is the Cm of laving if Ton Can't
Be In It
Yes, Erastns, we have noticed that
article in a scientific journal advising
people to sleep more in order to live
long, aud to tell you the truth we take
but little stock in it. We notice that
Tesla, tbe great electrician, claims that
a man might live to be 2C0 years old if
he would ouly sleep most of tho time.
And supposo he should. What would a
man amouut to sleeping like a fat dog
iu the summer? For all practical pur
poses a man might as well be dead us
to bo asleep, with this advantage iu the
way of being dead he isn't iu uny
Supposo a man lived for 200 years
and slept 160 of it. He can only figure
out when tho thing is through that lie
has really lived 40 years, aud in that 40
he neither cuts asmnch ice nor has half
the fnu the ilian has who passna iu Lis
checks at 00 and out of tbe t0 has only
slept -( years. Is there auy particular
object, my bey, in simply lyiug round
asleep for 1.j0 years, wearing out bed
clothes and saving a triflo ou funeral
expenses? We think not. All there is
in liio worth living for yon get whiie
yon are awake. All tho time you ought
to spend asleep is just enough to enable
you to keep awake tho rest of tho time.
Sleep is a necessary evil, just so
much good time that you have to give
up iu order to keep yenr stomach, liver
and other organs in fair shape. Of
conrsn we have read a good deal about
beautiful dreams, when angels hover
overhead and all that, but our experi
ence is that this talk is almost alto
gether rot. When you ore iu good phys
ical condition, yon don't dream. When
you dream, the angels aren't in that
vicinity. It is when yon have filled
yonr interior with fatted swine and
boiled cabbage that yon retire to sleep,
perchance to dream. To dream aye,
there is the ruL! when yon feel a four
headed dog sitting upon your vitals and
know that the horned and cloven tailed
whangdocdle from the barren mountains
of Hepsidam is crawling upon you,
breathing smoke and fire, and you are
paralyzed, or you seem all at once to
find yonrself in the midst of some gay
and cultured assembly with no clothing
on your person except perhaps a paper
collar aud a pair of hose supporters and
utterly unable to explain to the ladies
aud gentlemen present why yon are
tin ra in this decollete costume or to
take your departure.
There is nothing angelic or heavenly
about tbo average dream. On the con
trary, it is hades aud repeat. The young
man who has to be routed out of bed at
9 or 10 o'clock in the morning may live
a good while, bnt the chances aro that
he won't amount to as much in life as
a three legged dog in a jack rabbit
chase. Tho proper thing, young fellow,
is to sleep less and get a hump on your
self, even if you should pass out before
you are 60. Ono year of life spent in
knocking rich, ripe, luscious persim
mons is worth five sleeping in the shade
with the worms crawling over your per
son and the timber bugs trying to roll
you out of their way. Tom AIcNeal in
A Dr. Johnson Story.
In glancing through the recently pub
lished work on that worthy bore. Dr.
Johnson, I failed to discover the follow
ing anecdote. It is carefully preserved
by a family whose Scotch ancestors
took a rise out of the great lexicogra
pher: Hostess Dr.- Johnson, what do yon
think of cur Scotch broth?
Dr. Johnson Madam, in my opinion
it's only fit for pigs.
Hostess Then have some more.
Civilizing; a Chimpanzee.
"It's wonderful," said the man who
is always earnest, "to see how they can
develop the intellects cf the lower ani
mals. There is no telling how much we
may be able to benefit them by system
"What suggested that idea?"
"A chimpanzee that I saw. Ho was
ono j in a perfectly wild condition. Now
they have by patient training taught
bim to smoke a pipe, play cards and
drink whisky!" London Answers.
J. M. Earrie is more conscious cf his
limitations than axe some of his fellow
workers of the period. At the repeated
solicitation of his journalist friends he
consented soma time ago to write the
life of the late Alexander Russell of The
Scotsman, but he immediately relin
quished the task when he perceived that
biographical writing lay altogether out
side his particular sphere ef work.
The proverb "Necessity is tbe mother
of invention" can hardly be traced to
one independent source. The idea was
expressed by Persins, the Bom an satirist
about 60 A. D., and is found, in the
precise form now quoted, in Richard
Franck'a "Northern Memoirs" (printed
in London, 1694), and ia Tariona later
tT Vll naii:
EEraAIKA ana th-ik, CVai
rmcnaea 07 eminent p-v--iar..
UK. E C ITER'S
t. Ad.Bick!n'Ati..UrrarlStrw lorL.
31 .t!3HEST AWARCS.
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CnOR RTO.YIAt'nAI. 1m for
xnirntrii" il cf lli f.aic of V i.l.aai I. J
f rtv. la'e of the coumv of 1U 1 d
hit pfce w.J piHix Of'r tt'f cods't etun
of tiuc X.mI . V tfiw of l.irc.:k
f tii.ft fr-urt, l:i iztd rjv of H . lslud. n t r
October trm. or tbe 4r?t orriy 10 4Vt h-r
re x witichiiine irvjn hsvins cim'Vit
t.jii'7,ror um parpo ox saving toe wamm ma
quifd to iuum lOkJbfl.tktc patubt to thm uti-
Elizabeth I-ArrtnrT, Adrn'niitrt nt.
STATE OF ILUNOIB, I
la lh c:rcnlt ronrt, ti the berni t tuber Ltu.
Mar;rei B Kl!i"rstra?5 xb C. Z. Ev.ivtt mz.d
FnbHc otu;f h ivlv c'ven lo the said f E
Evi rt-tt n:M.C. i MTni. U! ti-at M r. M irtw t
li. Ki iiar:rer!. uufll.irv, Ia ntd tdis r
w:ir-i;ton tue i:tib r of ucut. A. l.
bi:tiut tli efUiw of the fa h. Lrerrlt nd
ttiu ai1 is. I' i.armif hl for the rnn of two
uucdr-'il :i- d iMty-tarer unl tiro btinnre th Co -Ur
;.tJ. tii -ct4 to iho rho'ill rf nx.tl R.xjV
l-i ti i coru'.f, whK.M fam nintce w&r;aut ba
bM'i returned -Kecuttvl.
Now, ihvn tor un.e? you. tV f:d C Kt
ere t nn the a'd n. C rmlchaoi.
rKii4'!y bv nnd u:ear Hrfure tiio said ci cu!t
c urt of ttie roiiBW tf Rr-cis lnUnd on tti tl ft
uty of ibni-Kt li-nn llieru f. ft b hotltrti At the
court house oOiriiy of Koct .na, in fraid
roiiuty. on the SKh uav of e in' tr. A. !
UO;. u fot'clt.1 hsll and M.-ad the mid
plaiul it n acil'.n. ji"'rD-n' wilt he cut rd
art tca of ion in f .v.vrof tho ai 1 Mr. M
C-tl tl. K ;tntrP'8 ard o Ktrh cf fstid uuv-
t rty deMralfica as rony bs uUiclnt to attt fy
ani I ju'.tfxt at and r -t-, wi'l be rld U ir1f
tee tnit. UB' H'.n w. ttaniiLc, t,ci
Haas X bi rjito. Attorneys for Plaintiff
STATE OP ILLINOIS, l
Hock Idland Coithtt.
Jn tna e rcua tnuri of raid e-inty, to tLe tcp-
Hin.ter i'nn, a. u iw. i cannccry.
I or Wilam v. WtlMam Wllenn.
Alllriavit of Dou-reldenrt of tre abore f.L
fcciia'ut, Wililum V'i!non.rjariri been filed in
the ci rk otllre of uo circuit conrt of tR d
County, notice thtrcfj c hcrw'iy jnvea to in-
fa d ucn rttii:i ut iifit-noanl tLat the complain
an; c.iu uer o;ii r rom;iaiat la aa'd moi, cn
tbj ci.auct.ry aide tht-r. of, on the 10 h day of
u usi, A D. ISti;. nd ibttt ifaereunoo a eu'r
mi:, 1-fneJ vut r ailt court, wbi-rcin "a'd
!i.it ia now pLLdittr, return tne on 'lie third
M'titlay m ihc mouth of PvvU m'Hsr
r it, aa i- by law ie,-ired. lofr. un
j .o. the raid r.cn-r ctucct !f nt
".lxTe Lamod ehatl pt:reoi,ail bv and ttTijnr
be;or (.-.(d ctrouit oouri, to be hiildun a;
Hcei- I:-i id In and ft r the ald conn y, on tht
turn jro: q j.y :n font rrt-.r neit. iud pt-au, an
ewer r u-inurto ilo t&i cornrflajt aDt' n
".nnip'alnt, tLe?meani tt.o mutwra aid thine
ri-Ttiu v .-.ATxzr, aaid ttfi'ed w.ll be tak'ib aa coa
ffed, stid a decree onttTo4 akaiost you mxm
ini to the I'rujtr of saia bi.l.
(jKoiwg w. Oabl. Clerk.
T)!ilf( at FoMfc Lflaua, in , thi 1'i;n dv o' Aa-i-ust,
A. If. lay?. McSmrt A McSmrt,
UOCK IhLAKU C'UVNTT, )
1 1 tne Chrrnlt cuun. to the September term
18 7 in eha'ierrv.
A'lre V. Maban vr. Cli k R Mnhan
fBJnvil if cub-reeiiitnce of l k R. Ma
hnn, the aboi; ribntt-d dftadfiiit, bav.nic
lic-cn t.e-1 In the cHra's ofllec of the c r
cuit Oi'iin. of puid county, notice! tbrefore here
by given to tl.e .aid n'a-rvitaent dWeOtiuTit,
rint iho roTDTlatn::i)t bled ber bill of r-oia-pltln
iti iit court on tae rbftDrem ic:e tttre
if on the 10th d'.y of Au'u-i, i-si;, md tb .t
threppm aeumions i.ocd out of aid ctiiri.
wilt rem .Hid auit is ikiw '.f.SAux rttiman'.e
ou Ihe lll'ni MoDil.y i toe rnontb Se leail:t r
i.ttzt, a? T iHi re.'jn'red. Now, nt-t,-.. yuu, tt.e
.aid itro-r, ideiii de enci.nt ah "t? named,
ii.flll verMii.aiiy bo and appear b. foic ihe .d
circalt coart oa tbe fir-t day of next
tern tl'.-'tei.f. to be holJen at or I-lnni,
in and (or the raid coui.t?, on the third tt muar in
Mepietntit.r uxt, ar,d p'ead, aii.v.er or dram
to tb. .1.1;! eni-laliit,nr. bill i f complaint, toe
.time and the mntu-r. ai.d tbiue.tbercln r.aarfrod
t.lH 5tte-l will Oe taken a. cot,ffwd and a de
er -e entered a ;ai.t juu aceurdirg u tb. prayer
Gronss W. "Ei,C!erk.
RrK Island. Ill- Aupj-t 10. tR7.
Aiiaiu 1'i.uuxn, comlali.aiil'a 8olicit.tr.
Application by Consbrrator to Sell
UTATJt OF ILLINOIS. I
Hon I't.."!) t'O'-TTTT, f
In the connty eonrt of aM Rnek I.luid cocn'r.
To Ibe re.iteuvw term A. DM lbaT.
To all poreoi.. coiieemcM? :
I"ut!ic noi.ee it heretiy ir.vm that th. ondVr-;irn-d
eon-rvR:or of Fre. er.ik Ma' iKltoo, an
m.ice and drntctd peron, h i. filed tn the
oiRce o ibe ci:ri of the countv etiurt of ftonfc
pl.td count in tb. .;aie f Illinois, a p-tltir-n
for an ore. er of ..id court acthorixins and em-pow-ri!ijr
biro to rjell to. follow. oe real ri'i r
ri-oiud in tiie .aid .irtnty ot Knck !.:atid and
oelc-cL to tbe aad Frederick fanccb3on,
Isi'r norther r.ren CT) and elrht B ta b!ock
nimhvr on- (1) ia Wtcttl flac,la the townauip
cf fcouth blnilne.
Ana that ..id petition will bepreaen'ed for al
lowance on th,- iir.t day of tbo September term A
1,-T, of .eld court lo be re-.-ui. and held In tii.
city uf KK-k Inland in ..Id R o I.;i,d ontyon
the art wontlay t rj-pteuber. A. D IKfl. or a.
.mb thcr. .tier a. connael cat be lizard, at wl,e.ti
umt you can appear and .br.w core, if r.y y,ra
bare, .by ..id piilion r boot i not he frmi'UM.
Dated :bi. 14-b day uf Aun.t, A. D , lw7.
ion J. KoAca, Coawmraun of aid Frwdenck
Willuw L. LctALra. Knllcltnr for Petitioner
tailafm al twit. Alt all In. Wtat
flat M aaaL Mi Miaar. .
Siding, Flooring, Waioacoaticg
18th StTMt, tot. tt Ud U BTaiKM.
Susius Shoi" mi;:,
Skinner Block. Opposite Postages.
CS S-'Txra Tr..i:"::v-, s r --..
ra'thran i e-nT:tia.snt-n i'U r.. --. t-v
tr. i i.rat ti'-a! lr.- .r; ni..a .a r."'. i . '-jti, i.
SST--T. Tin- l.l.-:;.ii. rr. ,.; i' , 'j j :.T.- I
i.i:mn aiar.y y. r. ji. tut.-l tui.tt U ;
!U i'i in l a-. !; .
Ilatai it !t:;:in ., j.n:.r-i ,' rr-r itui at a-iv
, n..r in: .r i - ... tl..- K..-,.. t'..l.... u
mt ; l.va'.in teral: u.tv nil nirtit
Ucia SeT'ti :aK r 1 15-awiful il!utratr4
jkt-.U: l.te. i ia r a I ires-.
Krultu.f. f.v F-tr-lktii Strt,
gOCK ISLASD, ILL.
tH'le til ftll.lrt
rr'!t'."'wJji!l?'."l""1'r,it,r,ih' 5; J.rMr''"'',ur hl.-M-rt iuaU:y amokelew kcl Un Urgcr
Irmrl. t.ml Meel ,r sui.ller pr.t. ru-ht im pound!.
..i ..".'!lncr l!'-'ereciulaaenevolo.aiaof luf ..nniloa rrpsrniu tffin and ii-lr
0 'wuTm iHS."' uu,lla" mia il Paiaiwn. trivisc powder., luads. ei. Mailed m rroeift of
THE MARLIW TIRE ARSIS CO., Hew Haven, Conn.
rive Ter Cent Paid on tVpn.t..
Idout? Loaand on l-eraoiAi Collateral or It.ua. :tl Mai. tscanty.
3 Bnf.-rt, PnaM rv
John cruhtuli, Vio. rMdw.
B r, v .trio-- Jnir . IS. ... otin tt
Si-Urt.of Ellon HiU. nnmti
Tb ar.dmiiwl Bnvlo inm a au!Btad exar,
tnr of tb last will mui liMlaa.ent of Mm
Itiley, of tb roocty of Kif If lud.
t.le of Jllln 4s. acead. Mreb. trirtm mi
nt ho i ap'H-.r b fnre tbe coat. tjr coon of
Hock I aud ContXtr. a 111. rout! rma
Id coarOn Uia ci'jrof kun k isiaad. at to.
O'lober t,rm, on lb- IrK M.,tio.T laOct'lvr
arai. ai nine an ( r-ou bavlur clstnu
anin-' nld .lntr ar. notiaed an. tenaeetc to
s'-Iotm! for th. puri-. of ta.rin,; th. rtM d
Jii.ul. All trjon- in!ehtd u Mil Ok i. to are
rrQKoirq lo mite ltnocdute pa oeut to ta. s
1jW this ISth ! of Aun t K. I. IVt.
Uobcktu. UctKni. Exorntor.
Notice of Final ettlemect-
etaU! of Kvherme Kir-ch, decoed.
Po 'il'.c aotfro ia bert-br cTea that t i. u!.r
Ufne1. Conrad i falirweh . ..wnt., ,uf
I " e l l will n4 U.tmmont of Katberw..
Hir.cn. e-.c-t-co. win a tend he oe the
county court or K'ick I.iaun conntr . at tt. court
hou-e l-i liork l-!w.on tbe 11 b amr i sent, in
ner 1KWJ in-xt, f.ir tbe pnrpr.ee or mat It lI
.eniem ni or ana eet.ie. ai wnlra time ana
plve be will ark for an order of dtrlbtition,.na
wlllalraaak to he dierharKed. All iicnua ba
Uire.Iel a-e n Hiflud to atu-til
Bock laaod, lu- aor 1-1. 1wT.
Coaaau c. Kia au StMator.
STATE OF ILIJOl-4. I
H'xlt llUTOCotUTI ("
In th-circnit court at the September term, A.
D . tc.7.
mil fi 1i.oit p-tn.rMp rj1 f r I' jnnrt on.
SIooot K. CarmlrhM:'. corni.l.'iiint. T. Chwle
K. Kvintt.KiliI.oiJ. Iio:t. ti. 1 E. euld
v.n and I. N. l.i aker. c'efrno.nta
To tne above naavd nttn-r aideni dcfeBi.rt.
Charle. E. Krerrt . William J. Holt, uaalul K.
btlilir.tiand I. N. Mec).er:
Aflltiant of vour Don-roidme. hitvinr lw.
Ill-Mi in f I, o!tfc. of the c erk of Mid circuit court
r."tlre ,a hely irl.eu t oi .ml nn of yon
th-i th-above nam d cinp a nnt da. Ble, la
ra a rr'un l lnu l II. tit IM AM
I lliv chancery .id o' ..id conn ; tlutl a ruaiaoi
m rDanriy ba hvn l..tied in tbo raid cii
airaia-t y. ttt-rr.t.p to t n.r lemi of aail
C jurt lo lie ne.-iiti and b !d, n at tbe co'irl bu-e
in tbe city of ttock l.i.ud. in ..id enn'r. on the
third Mond.y of ept"mler. A. It.. Imt7. at wbl h
time .nu uiiwe rou w ill appear at.d .!, an
swer r demur to .aid fomuiaint If you rt flt-
D.'e l at K0k l.'aad, lllmu.a. tiiu lo.b day of
Anifuat, A. !., .r.
iBoroB W. Gav.i.b. ri-k.
Bwmr.it Viikii, Couipl.loaut kolic:tor
iTATK OF ILLINOIS, I
hiK K Iud Comrr, f
In tbe circnlt cocrt, eeptember term, A. D .
1MI7 In ciiatrftrrr.
aunn t Ktio v. John J. K.la.
Afbd.Tit of i o-ree. u-i.oe of the alre natned
defendaT.'. Ji bn J K.in, b.viM tee. tied la to.
cl.rk. ofllr of the ein mi w.urt of Mid county.
bo'ic , I. Ui'-rofon, henttty ciTea to to .aid non
r.idtnt riiftntatt luat te coDipUlnaut filed
ber rill re-'Citlalnt in ..d coon, on the chaw
eery .ine tteieof, on lh 4th da. of A.curt IntfT,
and that thermion a.umo.oii. I.ned oat of Mid
court- wber'b taid .utt la now p.r dinir. retura
aeie rn tb third Met.day In the month of hep
kabtirDiz1. a. i. by law required . Kow, ante.,
yon, tte .aid non r-.rbi d fendjuit aSove
h.rnd, .c.ll per-ma!ly t- and aitp ar oefT.
Mid t ituil court, ou tbe flt-t d-, of toe rjext
term thereof, to r. bniuen at boek I. end. ia
aud for tb- ..Id conniv. on the third Mftid4y
in be;,t-tub, r text ard plerl, anw-r or de.
m r to tbe Mid cmp!attiaita' bin of complaint,
the .Line and the matter, an. ttitn.. taerwie
char:et and r4td will be tw.en a. cowfewed,
and . derw entered acatud yon accoro &m to to.
praer of Mid bill.
b.'oRGi w. OAwai.a.m,.
Woek I.-.nd- I'l., a(ul 10, 1M7.
tu-iaa L LcutLra, C'OEpialnant'. iicitnr
trTATat OF ILLINOIS,
boos laLaatD Vovrrr, ( "'
In tbe circuit court, tientember term, 1WT, be
t mrra JenVlnj t. Coward Jankiftff.
Al.ttaTlt of non-re. dt-nu. of UM abowt
a.saed efen'lani bar.nr been fiWd la
tb. clerk' offlos of the cfrruit court of mU
county, notion ie t bere'ore hereby c vea to the awtd
Bon-re.iaewt aereoojuit triat the nmputnant
Mr- mct, win vi tuninaihi th amain CHirt. on ta.
Chancery .Kfe thereof, on tb. tntb rl.y of J.lf.
1-WT. and that thereupon a .amtnon levaed
out of Mid omirt. wherein Md nit f. now .
ha fauurnabl. oo the loir. Hon Jar la the month
of rp'ewber reit, a. a) by tow re,-,ud. how,
cote-a yoa. tb. M'd too-eddent Oefeodant
auoT. named, .ba.l pe-rooa'lr be aad ap
pear before tbe aud dreait coart, oo te. i. rvt
d.y of ibe neat term thereof, to be bo idea at
koea I. land In a- d for the Mid county, on th
taird Moady Id fcptemer next, and plead. .z
wer or aetnnr M the .aid caaaptoitiwt'. mil of
Coxapl.Lfi-, tb. aaaae and toe m.Uer. aad thinra
ther.ni charged aad .tated will be takata a. cuo
feMed. an. a tart a emtered aicaiiatt roe anrwd
at to tb. prayer of aald hill.
6.i W. OuniA Clerk.
Rock I.laad. III.. la. It, leVt.
JaiUM H. aajuitn.BT, Cospiaisast'l olicatoc.
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M CMa. ta W( ,arrM
Jnhr. Oraiia.tB, Mi' MKrtjl.
BP B.U. f.fc'mo.
, J M hntonl.
ittmmm borp). S,)cltr.
BES1I0LE 1 SMILE.
QF atisfaetien and delist.
a every man doe. wboa
we delirer bid work, for it i
always lanndried ta auit Hi
Koyal Nib. Toe can hare
Tour tbe tame by pending it
1734 Third Ave. Pha-i Iti.
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For the FullowUig 8afe
and Bellablc) Ootupaoiea i-
Trad "ir. lua. On.... blcaw
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Imperil Ina C. Loudon
r-aiandotdati Ina. Oo. Sdlnburcfe
Xngliala-Aawrioaa In, fw..
...Llvwrpoul and Kurwalk
FaeiSc Irw. r new York
Bom Nnui lo.. va m franc teee
Office Itoorn 30 Mitchell A Lj ode's
Block. Thlephone No. 10J0.
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tJUkl l tlajM.
HAVE TO J m.m ti- oi1r?.II I
I l--a ,n t"ett.. ator-raH nrt n rtte ffvactJa.1 a
'll: I Uf (a). WT tlaaah T..i,i I
yt'atenaro. lit., tor f.m'M. ot rraa. aM4
tt.l. .oinm waea,-ur aa lii i
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