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THJB AEGUS, FRIDAY, -DECE3IBEK 2, 1898.
McCASKRLN & McCASKRIN,
Attorney at Law.
Rrtk island ul UDu. Rock Island otBee
orer Krell A Main's store. Milan office oo
C. OOWWKU.X. B. D. OOKBBIXT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attorneys at Law.
Honey loaned. Office orer Thomas' flrur
tore, corner of Second avenue and Seven
JACKSON & HCKST,
At tome; a at Ltw.
Office In Bock Jslsnd National Bank Build-
WILLIAM L. LUDOLPH,
Attorney at Law.
Money to loan. General le?al business. No
tary public. 1'0 Seocnd avenue, Hufotd
B. u. iwiuir.
. C U WAXJL.
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
Office In Bengston Block.
CHARLES J. SEARLE,
Counsellor at law. Office In court house.
McENIRY & McENIRY,
Attorneys at Law.
Ioan ranneT no gnon security:
Keferenue. Mituaeil &. Lynde, bankers.
Mitcnell & Lynde building-.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
Commercial atxl criminal
Mitcbe.l &. Lynde building-.
law. Room ,
F. II. FIRST, M. D.
Physician and Surf eon.
Phone 4 on 13rt7. Office. SM Twentieth
street. Office boure: 10 to 12 a.m.; 2 to 4 and
7 to s p. m. butiday, 8:30 to lt:2o a. m.; 1:30 to
2 p. m.
J. A. BALL. M. D.
Ffayslclan and Surgeon.
Office 1W Second avenue. Residence noo
wenty-fourth street. Telephone 1110. Office
b-mrs from lu to 1 2 n. ni: 2 to 4 p. m; and 7 to b
p. m. bundays It to 10 a. m.
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
children, also diseases of eye. ear. note and
throat. O lice bours-W.V to 12 a. m., I to 4 p.
m. J1 Sixteenth street. Rock LUund.
. B. BCBKHART. M. D . . .
. . . MU.1 11 All M
lirBIBAtT. M. D.
Office Tremitnn block. Office hours 8 to I
a. in , I to ft rut 7 to v p. m. i bone No. 4v'
Rock Island, 111. Nik-lit cull answered from
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Physician aod Surgeon.
Office between Third and Foutth avenues on
Twentieth nrrei. (Iffloe bourn: W to 1 1 it. m
t to 4 p. m. and to if p. m. MiKht coil from
office. l"noue t.
DR. S. II. MILLER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist,
All atrac or nonn ann cattle treated on
approved principle. Surtrical operations per
formed iu a Mieniinc niumrr. uotf treated.
All call promptly attended to. KcMdmce.
Iiais Ktfih avenue. Telephone I on 1.7. Office
and lnnrmary. li IS Hi; iiftb avenue (James
at aucaer a nun ej. opposite iso. i are nouse.
DR. 51. A. HOLLINGSWOHTH,
Office: Harper House Pharmacy
DRACK & KERNS,
Architects and Superintendents.
HENRY GAETJE. Prop.
Cut Flowers and Designs of all trif
City store, 1KT7 Second avenue. Telephone
C. L. SILVIS.
Orer Krell A Math's, 1714 Second avenue.
DR. C. W. GRAFTON,
Rooms IS aid 15. Mitchell Lvnde bulldins.
OlM hours from S to it a. m. and IM ( f n
J. T. TAYLOR,
Office hours atoll
&1 assist tin street.
l ro.. 1 JO to 431 r m.
Opposite Vnion office.
! KINER ON JIM CORBETT. THE SHORT-SKIRTED SUIT.
Notice of Publication Chancery.
In the circuit court. .Januarv Term. 19.
ts" Hampton vs. istella Hampton.
feccaut. ifveiiii Haruaton. Lavimr been filed I
in the cicrK s office of the circuit court of sioii
county, notice is. therefore hereby piven to
the said non-resident defendant that the com
plainant nied bis bill of complaint in ta-d
court, o-i ifce chancery side the: eof. on tbeJ-th
day of Xuifmkr. A. D. lSs. and that there
upon a summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pendinif. returnable on
the Ki Monday in the month of Januarv nest,
as. Is by law required. Now. unless you. the id
n'iu-resiaent deferdant ao.ive named. Kstella
.lampton. shall personaiiv be and appear be
fore Saul circuit court, on the Iirst day of the
next term ttierof. to be holden at Kix-lc Isl
and in and for the said county, on the lt
Monday In January next, and plen.l. answer
or demur to s.iU compiaiaant s t iii of com
plaint, the natre and the matters and things
thereio charred and stated v. ill be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered as'ainstjou
McuntuiK fco me prayer or saiu ru'.
lir'Hoi H". . axhi.k. nerk.
Rock Island. TllinoLs. November -J. 18.
SifHjFji a Marshall
He has !
Application For Sale of Itcal Estate.
To all peruinn whom It mav concern:
Notice Ls her. by ivea thai th i und rslimcd
V ilhe.m XU. con.se valor or ibe estate of
t.arl Nil. irusane ill tn:,U nnnltc
tlon to the county coi:rt of Hock lslrd
county, at a r''uiar term thereof, to bo held
at the court rou-e in the city of Kix-k Isl.ind.
id suid County. m the flr-t Monday of January
A li. sya, r,. a tbe .,! rjlUy thereof, for an
oraer aod decree of said court, directing hiru
a sid orsrrvor. to eil the following re:il
suite belororinv to s.1.1 a a d. or so much
I jcreof as sr.ull seem ti said cnurt to the lu
terest oi saui waru. s::u:itel la the county
oi pock iMjna anu Hate o: Illinois, towlt:
be south half of te sjuth half f the north
ea-,1. . quarter of ectia Thin -ihree (3:1) it
to i ...lii.j seventeen 7. north in raoL-e three
( li, west of th - fourth Kb priu i p..nie kliuu
for the s-ji.port and pm-!iit of debts
of said ward, and for the purpose of investing'
suon ot me proreen or s .la s !; as shall no
be nnniedi.u, ly revjui iie !. rs .ill sur.tsirt and
piiitut or ,icbts in other teal estate, orcf
ui.ncri.e invtsim the same
Conservator of Ca 1 Nix. insane.
Notice of I'ubllratlon-t hunt-cry.
A DA I u I'i.easASTS. Atton.cy-ai-Law.
Sta'.e of Illinois i
Cock Island '..tint v. t
In the eitcuit ourt. January term. 1X99.
Hixabeth standiev. Vary J. llessman. Mar
Karet Harris vs. illi.mi L Miirm. James
Morrow. Jami-s 1 hi-senberrv. John unsenberry.
ri.tna Kortlhain Uiil'fll.i liuber. May nd:.ih.
Jiiri WariHieU l!ii.is arinK'Jc. ramnel VVar
Eunice Warnock and lJessie Warnock.
in c ,,ncerv.
. davit of the non-residence of J obi War-
n . Uias Warnock. Samuel Warnock,
1 Warnmrk aid Ui'sse Warnock. im-
I- ,-d with ti.e above defendants. WUliam
. M.rrrw.-Jmes Miirow. .latnesliusenberrv
Kmn.a Fordhani IsaiuUla riulnrr and Mav Snv-
uam having beei bled In the ctrrk sorMeeof the
circuit coiirt tit suiil count v. not ice is therefore
hereby iivt-u to the .aid nin re-ident defend
ants that the co-i .i.n:.a:us l ied their bill of
eii.Xilaiiil in s.;io court, on the chancery side
thereof, on t'r.e aav f Noyeniber. Isi. a d
that bereu)sn a suiinns issued iul of s:itd
court, wherein h:iid suit is n,w endiinr. re
tiirnable on the brst M- nday in the mouh of
January. A 1. s:w. next, a i.s by 1 ur rcijuiie!.
Now. unless you. the saul t u-resilent ile
fer d.'.tits aho e tianiol. John Warnock. Kias
Wiir:ioek. Samuel Wiirnoek. lauice Warnock
and lb-ssie Warnock. sh. ill personally tie and ap
pear refire said circuit t ourt. n the tirst day
of ti.e next i rtn lb re. if. to lie holden at Kocit
Island, in anil for i::e said county, on th tirst
Mi. uuay iti J anuarv next, and ilcad. fcnswer
r J itiur to the said i-oTiipIairiant's liill of coni
pliiint. t besanie aal th? matters and Ihliik's
therein ctunred ami s'.ited wul be taken is
confes-ed. anil a decree entered ncain.st you
according to the pr ierof said biil.
br ice iV. viii.E. f'lerk.
Fock Island. Illi:-oi.. November SJ. is-..s.
A I'M It ll.EASNTs.
Comj lainar.t s Solicitor.
Publication Notice Chancery.
State : Illinois.
Kock Island fount v. V
tc- - Court. January term, A. D.
V). In chance '7.
ll..,rv . .,:.i,.in vs. I la MoV illin.
Affidavit of noti residence of I Jl.i McMi'.lln.
the above naaied defendant, havini.' iecn liied
lu tl.e cjerk s ortlee of the circuit court ol said
county, totice Ls th'jrelorc bereny eiven t ice
ka-a nun-resi Jr-it oerei:dat;t that the coin
piainant bled L:s bill ,I complaint iu sod
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the
2tsi day of November. a;id .hat thereupon
a summons was suei out of saul e'ir
wherein said suit is ao-.v i.eudif.. return;. bi.
on the brst Ntoritlav in the month of Jal,
uuxv next as U bv la reoiiircl. -
Now ut.less you. 'be said ron-resident d-
fenilaot u''vc niu-il. shaU persona
be and ap;ear bef're said circuit court
on the tlrsl tiay uf t'i" r:.-xr term thereof, to
be holden a, hoc!; Jsrai.d In arid for, the
said county on the 1 rst Morday in Jan
uary nevt and T-.i-ad. j.ns'.ier or demur to
the said complainant s bul of cT-piaint . the
s .me and the mailers and thuik's therein
eharireil and siutcd will i.e taken as confessed
and a dert'j t-nrered against you accordini;
to tne prayer oi sai't ri:i
t.K. .K.r V.'. CAMiii.t rierk,
Fock Island Illinois. November Jl. Iys
S. It K r.x t 'it : ;i v. Complainant's Solicitor.
Geaeseo Editor Explains Th Causes of
Henry Kiner. editor of the Geneseo
News, once bad an invitation to put
on the ui.tls with Jiru Corliett.
followed the ex-ebaiupion"s
ments pretty closely, evidently, audia
this week s issue ut bis paper has tne
lollowinrj to sayaiout biui:
Utbeilo with bis occupation poue
was in no more pitiable plight than is
Corlett, ex-champion pugilist of the
world. Wine and women, or to be
more literal, whisky and women, have
been the canse of this once clorious
gladiator's jroinr. Gentleman Jiui'
once; barroom bum now. Several
vcars 320 he was a banker's clerk in
San Francisco. lie was a room-mate
of Arthur Howard, brother-in-law of
the editor of the News. At that time
the editor was conceded bv the talent
to le dextrous with the gloves.
Many a noble nose did be knock in
those days. Many a manly cheek did
he !u.s!i the whiskers into. Many a
surinf jugular vein got, it iu the neck
1 hese 'roinirs on reached the ears
of Arthur Howard. lie penned a cor
dial invitation to the editor to trundle
across the continent sometime and
meet ins room-mate. -ins name is
James J. Corbett,1 said Arthur, -and
he is considered rjuite handy with the
oloves. l.ut no ooubt you can do him
lie is tuner man vou; Dut not auv
'Generous, considerate brother-in-
law, alwavs looking out for the rood
of his relatives, for tueir successand re-
n wn, as-a ootl brother-in-law should.
h w jrrateful we were after we heard
mjre uUmt Cor bet t; after his inter
vi jw with John L. Sullivan in New
Ur.eans, lor instance: itratitmle is
no name for it. We used to lie awake
niirhts just on purjw se to eniov our
o-ratitude because we didn't o. Think
oi returning across the continent in a
jar, in a condition oi pun: lortett
is to!av the most e;entilic mm who
iK)ses as a puoilist: but his blows lack
force. He can hit his man where and
when he pleases; but the man doesn't
mind it. Sharkev, at the fiirht in
New York, was hit all over; but hi
iodv alter the buttle did not show a
All of which l'ocs to show that a
man must take care oi lumsell.
Prevalent In the
The fashion that the ladies of the ' ;
east li - fi.Iotvteil of tvearinr short '
skirted walking suits is moviuj west-
move-' ward. It has struck liock Island, but
' : . : . . ... ii. ... i. . . i.
ib is ijUL'suuiuDir iiciuei
prove favorable here.
'I aree with our sisters down
east,'" a prominent lady was heard to
say the other day, but, oracious
me. one is afraid to make a practice
of appearing in such a modern cos-J jes
tume in Kock island, lest she should
horrify the more demure ones. Sup
posing that it would onlv be a tiues
tion of time until the fashion would
become reaeral here, I came out on
several occasions wearing a short
skirted suit, but I felt mv lonesome
ness and concluded it best to return
to the old st vie.
"Anything but long skirts this
sloppy weather, but I suppose I. with
the others, must accept the inevit
The llride Klect."
rvmsa s music, including of course
a Soiisa march and a libretto by
Sousa. will constitute the attraction
at the Uurtis opera house Wednesday
evening next, when his new opera
Ihe Kride Klect, will receive its
first presentation in the three cities
Messrs. Klaw and Krlanoer and 1$. D.
Stevens announce s memlx'rs of the
cast Albert Hart. Hilda t'lark, Christie
MuDonald, Malx'lla I'aker, Alice Cam i
bell, George Lvdinr, Melville Stewart
Charles H. Drew and Harry Luck
stone, while the chorus will consist of
fiO well trained vciees. and a ballet
under Carl Marwiir. A military band
are also to appear. Entirely new and
iTorjreous scenery has been painted by
Krncst tiros, anil handsome costumes
.lesisrned and prepared by Anderson
Trio I. mice Elects.
OJlicers were elected as follows last
niirht by Trio Iotle No. 67, A. F.
Worshipful Master P. Greenawalt.
Senior Warden F. H. Schroedcr.
Junior Wartlen M. S. Ileajfy.
Treasurer J. li. Johnston.
Secretary W. 1. IVitit.
Auditor H. A. McDonald.
Member Board of Control G. F.
i. M. Ill NTOON. Manager.
Telephone llli. Office hours 1 to 6 p.m.
New Subscriber since ljutt Itook Was
lfM- Apple. J. S.
I liahnsen. F. W. . res.
40'.) lSurkhart & ISurkhart.
4.'71 l'"l!mn. J dm & Co.
42.1 KMciiwoixl. Ij. W.. residence.
411 Greoir. Mrs. Sarah L, res.
4CI.I Healrv. John. rt .
II i2 Keller. Charle. res.
1:5 13 Kern. George M.. res.
i.i.'ii; IH-kiiey. Kev. J. F.. res.
f('3 lMiney & Kelley.
Mi'Caskl in V Mi-Caskrin.
447i l'alace of Sweets.
4104 Kctsil & rM.llinan.
41 44 Uibinsoti. M. H. Co.
402 Summers. It. G. & Co.
13:52 White. I. S.. res.
4UiHriUon Jc I'a-.ilsen.
4402 Cash. ieorp;eW. & Son.
Kerns. S. A., res.
4:1'1 Iwis, Simon.
4.'02 Neleker, Mrs. M. W., res.
4 JS2 IVarsall. (leore & S.n, res.
li'7.1 t'llemever. Charles,
127b Wilcher. l'hil S.
lool Connelly. Johu.
126 Lot ! i. L".
N H. Cut nt the aUive and paste
on inside front cover of your telephone
rectory for ready reference.
, Ml Kit It Alt 1 SHOTS.
Nnerrani, nee. l. l hiiip rreviair
;tnd wife and children were visiting
relatives and friends in Kevnolds
Mr. (ireenwood. of Viola, moved his
family to Shcrrard Tuesday.
Henry Ithodes boii"ht the John
South property and moved in last
Mrs. George Jones and children
visited ill Cable from Saturday till
Fred Masters, a miner, had a couple
f lingers mashed last Friday wnile
Harry Havwood moved his family
ind furniture from Cable to Shcrrard
The entertainment and sociable at
the Congregational church Thanks
ivinj; evening proved to be a sue
Mrs. John Allen and family, who
have been visiting relatives in Colona
t lie past week, returned home Sat ur
Mrs. John South left fur Kim wood
last week to visit her sister for a few
davs. and from there she will ro to
Colorado Springs-. Col., to join her
husband, w here he has secured em
C. A. SainiH'lson lost one of his fine
black horses last Sunday. He turned
the team out in the pasture, and in a
very short time news came that one
of the horses had sustained a broken
le. Mr. Samuelson had to have it
shot. He was offered $2oU for the
team not lon:r airo.
COAL. VAI.I.KT It LMNCK.
Coal Vallev. Nov. 30. James (
left Tuesday with a car load of
Mrs. Jones is quite ill.
Dr. Mvers is on the sick list
Mrs. Lizzie Bingham has moved
back here to her own residence.
William Adams fell from a load of
coal ami hail his ankle liadlv sprained
and was otherwise severely bruised.
William ISaiacks ami Miss Sadie
Kolicrts were married at ltoek Island
Wednesday. Supper was served at
the rroom"s home.
A team from Ilriar I?!ufT was tied
up in Krapp & Lee's yard Thanksgiv
ing niirht. The hoiseseiiherbroke loose
r .some one untied them. They ran
about one mile southeast of the town,
w here they were caught bv John I'cs.
They broke t lie waon in pieces and
one of the horses was badly hurt.
PORT HVKOX POINTS.
Port Kvron, Dec. 1. Judson Mttz-
rar, ot Moime. was in town Monday
A. t. Hollister sl-.ippeil two car
lo.uls of hos Monday.
Steward J. U. .Swaui;, ot the poor
farm, was in town the first of the
week caliino .n old friends.
Mrs. F. K. Rogers was called to Mo
line 1 uesila v, ow ui-r to the serious
illness of her daughter. Miss II. K
Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, of Da
kota, Minn., are here visiting Mr
Smith's mother, Mrs. Seinple.
William Danker, who has been seri
ously ill with appendicitis, is now re
Lruest Liinker, of Monuoketa, la..
is here calling on old friends. Mr.
Drinker was formerly a resident of
Wil.iam Leslie, formerly of Port
Hvron but now of Krie. is home this
week visiting lis mother, Airs. S.
Mrs. Dr. Skinner has been very ill
for the past week with appendicitis.
She was tak?n to the hospital at Mo-
Iine for treatment.
Wednesday the students of the
academy listened to a very helpful
talk by Kev. Davis, of Cordova. e.t
Wednesday Her. lloliins. of the Con
gregational church, of Davenport,
will speak on The Man of Iron.1'
The Sunday school convention held
ut the Methodist church luesdav was
fairly well attended. Papers were
read on "Character an Klement of a
Teacher's Success," by Miss Delia
Heeren: Sunday School Work an
Important Factor iu Christian La
bor," Key. Harper; "The Teach
er, liev. J. W . Hunter, l arctui,
systematic study, was the theme of a
paper read by Airs. Hobart. Kev J.
Adams discusscdSunday school lit
erature and Kev. J. K. Millard spoke
on "Uiir t oi'k and Its i.rcal ue-
wards." The-a.sociation adopted a
constitution and bylaws, and organ
ized by electing ollicers a follows:
Kev. J. K. Millard, president: J. A.
Howard, vice president; J. G. Os
liorne. secretary and treasurer; A. A.
Olin. John Kge, Ko.il Flickenger, committee.
r n.'c. 1A rr tot t. ".r.-
tin, t ni(l toe tel.
TM ;ri S II J MM 40a OuS
Q . l . .m s s, . . v iri.r ttj . - J .J
sal mart-. y VI -XtTri HI f". ta, uiu-gista
book. tl'J V LTjotrr cw iiru sot. I
will p-fc tor mm. T. It tfc I
viltrMi-ftuy, efnMUf o? I To Car CoastlpaUoa Foravotb
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p W"m I
si. rm in a -
P I I r J
Soinct bine to Know.
It may Ite worth something to know
that the very let remedy for restor
ing Ihe tireI out nervous system to a
healthy vigor is Klectrie Hitters. This
m-dic:ne is purely vegetable, acts bv
piving tone to the nerve centers in
the stomach, oentlv stimulates tke
liver and kidnevs. and .aids these or
gans in throwing oJ iniiuriti-s in the
liIoKi. i-.iectrie liitters improves the
apjH-lile. aids tligestion, and is pro-
uouiiccil by those who have tried it as
the very lest blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Trv it. Sold for .00 cents or
$1 tK-r !tt!e at Hartz & L'liemever's
i-aie, to ied and early to rise, pre-
S4lfta m T t rt 9 . V h j . IT In a l .am
Itut early to bed and a Little Early
Eiser, the pill that makes life lonirer
and better and w iser. T. H.
Thomas, A. J. liiess and M. F. Bahn-
The ancient Greek lielieved that the
Penates were the gods who attended
to the welfare and prosperity of the
family. They were worshipped as
household gods in every home. The
household gel ,f today'is Dr. King's
New Discovery. For consumption.
coughs, colds and for all atTections of
throat, chest and lungs it is invalua
ble. It has lx-cn tried for a quar
ter of a century and is guaran
teed to cure, or money returned. No
household should be without this
good angel. It is pleasant to take
and a safe and sure remedy for old
and young. Free trial "bottles at
Haitz & Uilmcyer's drug store, ling
ular size 60 cents and fl.
ror Over Fifty Tears
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup has
been used for children teething. It
Boothes the child, softens the irums.
allays all pain, cures wind colic, and
is the licst remedy for diarrhoea. 25
cents a bottle.
The stock consists
Of Grand and
if Easy payments.
Terms to suit
I Everything in
The musical line.
H Largest stock.
H Lowest prices.
1 AH popular sheet
M Music 20c per
A - - 1
m Copy. Piano tuning
I And repairing.
Hslr In Dlood Derp.
Clean blood rnans s. rWn nVin. Vn
beauty wiiLout it. Cascarcts, Candy Cathar
tic clean Your dlood and k-T ir -lean l.v
stimrg cp the lazy liver and driving all irn-
pun;ies irora tne txxsv. 1'in to-lay to
and that sickly biiions complexion by taking
v nram, urauir tor ten cx-PLs. All rtreg
gists, satisuacuon guaraateed, 10c, 25c, 50c.
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