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THE AHQ CTS, THTj ttS DAY, 'DSCESmEU 21, 1S99.
CHICAGO'S GREAT f
CRIMINAL LAWYER &
Chicago, 111., Sept. 5, 1899.
Tbe Dodds Medicine Co Buffalo. N. Y.
Gentlemen: I suffered from Rheumatism and
Kidney Trouble for years. My condition grew
gradually worse. In spite of my efforts to ins
prove it, and finally I became totally blind. I
consulted different physicians, but none of them
could cure me. fly case seemed to be hopeless.
ny physician advised me to try Dodd's Kid
ney Pills. I used the pills, and am now glad
to say that I am cured, fly eyesight is restored.
the Rheumatism has disappeared, and my kid
ney s appear ta be in as good and healthy conJi
tion as before I was attacked with the disease.
I am as well every way as I ever was.
Dodd's Kidney Pill? cur all
Iiveae& of the itinera.
Sold brail dealer in tried i
citv. 50 cent a box or mx boxes
fr O i rt t ri tryain cif
price lv The D"dc Medicio
' I -
When you are shopping and won
der what to buy for and so, just
ask jxHiself: "It this tit to give?'"
There isn't a thin- in 'our store
anon t lie
that is not lit to pi ve your best friend,
or belter. We also carry a full line
in one-half and one-pound fancy
2vnias boxes fit for a jueen.
5 v. ' "-"i
Any member of your family that
enjoys a gol cigar can iind them
In iiox M of XS Wa Have
Ln Pri'ferencia. at, ler box,
2. fl.75 and $.00
Colden Crown, at. per bov,
f2 and 1.75
Chancellor, at. jer box. f2
Tonic and Mortar, at, er
box, l.'JO and 1.00
lu Uoxaa of SO We Have
Brownies, per box $1.00
lloval Sports, per box 1.00
and afull liceof other popular brands.
And don't orget. should you need
the doctor during the holidays, bring
Here and we will fill theui for you
with the utmost care and attention.
A. J. RIESS,
Comer Fourth A venue and Twenty -third street
4 i"l? ;- n
. tn j"1;
Best Dining Car Semce.
All modem unelo-diania thai hare
gained acre and renown bare be-
c-nme famous by some particular scene
or merlitniral effect. A certain clev
erly connived incident is almost sore
to dominate the popular play of today
and pave its way to lame and lortnne
The Cberrv Pickers." which will lie
seen at Harper's tbi-atre Sunday even
ing, is one of the most successful of
recent productions and is no excep
tion to the iule. Its intensely thrill
ing third act, located in the pon room
of the great fortress of Cahdahar,
India, is now deservedly famous
wherever melo-drama is known. The
remarkable series of inc-dents which
are rapidly unfolded in this stone
chamber are brought to a tremendous
climax then a prisones chained to a
revolving cannon slowly and deliber
ately tiains and fires the gun upon the
hero. All this time the Afghans have
been furiouelv stormine the walls of
the castle. It is an act in which real
ism runs wild and which arouses an
bounded entiubiasui. 'The Cherry
Pickers" isatrulv novel play, capi
tally enacted and magnificently staged.
William Gillette seems to bave
struck a steadv srait in bis plav writ
ing. He is turning out one successful
plav everv year. William Gillette has
"rest facility in writing and could
evolve a great many more plays if he
wt re simply anxious to make a record
for ijuantity of work done and not
jualiiy. but" he does all bis workcon
rcientiou!y. aiming at the mo-t er
feet and effective results, and so is
content to give one play a season to
the public. So far all his plys have
been good and hare succeeded, which
hovs that Mr. Gillette's judgment of
the standard that the public requires
has been correct. The author-actor,
whose latest work, the com
edy, "Because She Loved Him
So." which was produced in New York
last January, and which is to b seen
at the Iuitifc CbristLua-. aiaittee and
night, has a longer and more uniform
record of successful plays than anv
other American dratuati.-t of the pres
ent generation. And the fact that be
has beeu equally successful in drama.
comedy or farce shows that be has
greater versatility in playmaking than
any of his col'eagues. "All the Com
fort of Home," Mr. Wilkinson's
Widows." "Too Much Johnson," "Se
cret Service," and the new comeiv.
Becaue She Ixved Hiai So" were
among the plays that followed "Held
br the Kncuiv, and all of tnem nave
been great money makers and tre-
mendou.-ly successful from the artis
tic as well as the box otlit-e standpoint.
Because She Loved Him So. is prob
ably the most delicate and refined of
all the comedies produced by Mr. Gil
lette's pen. Its wit is of an exquisite
order, and although the piece is of a
f:ireial order, there is merely the
slightest exaggeration in either the
characters or situations. Everything
For the Best
See the Big Store's
of good things. The
largest stock of furni
ture ever shown in
Beautiful Things in Par
This is the place to save
Davenport Furniture and
824 83f , S?S Bndj St., DYnport.
is natural and reasonable, and the
bumor runs as harmoniously 1 and
ea:ufts it does iu Charles Lamb 3 or
Oliver Goldsmith's essars.
Instead of a "review," such as the
New York Catino management usual
ly sends pH the road, Manager Leder
er s offering this time aescriies a
vaudeville in three acts and four
scenes adapted from the French play
bv Harry B Smith, with original
songs and mnsic by Ludwig Eagland
er. The original company which pre
sented "The Rounders" during its
successful run of 24 weeks at the New
York Casino, with all the scenery and
stare eanipments. are called for in
Manager Kindt's contract with Mr
Lederer. The press of every city
where "The Rounders" have ap
peared, have given unstinted praise
to the play, the company and the mag
nitrcent production. It will come to
the Burtis opera bouse Tuesday. De
26, for one night onlv. Seat sale Fii-
The Epworth leagua of the First M.
E. church is to be congratulated upon
taking the step that will b-ingtotbe
city a real musical treat for holiday
week, having secured the male quar
tet of the Northwestern university to
give a concert here Thursday, Dec, 23,
and those who beard the boys in their
concertduring vacation are predicting
a very line concert. This quartet has
a- very high standing and will cer
tainly not only give a line concert.
pub have a large representative audi
ence. The quartet s music is notonlv
(11 selected, but well rendered; the
voices blend well and the procaine
presented are always unique. Ellen
wood, the reader, cannot fail to please.
Considering the season and the repu
tation of the company, we can ses
nothing but succes for the project.
WANT THE WILL SET ASIDE.
of .lolin Tlndll. of Bowline, Hrloc
Halt la Court.
Suit has been commenced in the
circuit court to have the will of the
late John Tindall, of Bowling, set
aside, it being alleged that undue in
fluence was exercised over the testa
tor by relatives in the execution of
the same, with the result that some of
those interested did not rective their
just share in the division of the
state. MiUaskrin & McCasbrin are
attorneys for the plaintiffs, who
are: Henry M. Tindall. William
anil John Brasher, of Milan; Mrs.
Ella B. McDonald and Mrs. Lulu
B. McDonald, of Orion; Mrs. Salie B.
Davis, of Gilchrist, and Mrs. Lena B.
Weed a, of Chicago. Edward (I. Tin
dall and Francis M. Tindall, the execu
tors of the will, are made defendants
to the suit.
TAKES A HIGH PLACE.
Stands Well In the Estimation of
Attention In Naturally Kxrlted When
AoytbluK l Prmlaed bj People
Whom We Know.
A thing that stands high in the es'i
mation ot the public, and which is
especially recommended by Rock Isl
and people, naturally excites our at
tention more than it our own people
did not praise the article. Such a
thing is going on right h-re in Rock
Islaud every day, people are praising
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids, because they
cure. There is no deception, no hum
bug, they do positively cure, and we
furnish the evidence.
Mrs. Agnes McDonald. 523 Eighth
street. Rock Island, says: "I was at
tacked with a severe pain across the
small of my back caused from disor
ered kidnejs. also with spalls of nerv
ousness. Learning about Moi row's
Kid-Le-oids I procured a package and
took them according to directions,
and was soon entirely relieved of all
Morrow's Kid-ne-oids are not pills,
but yellow tablets, and sell at 50
cents a box at all drug stores and at
Bahnfen's drug store.
Mailed on receipt of price,
factored by John Morrow
Chemists, Springfield. Ohio.
The articles of incorporation of the
new telephone company, the Tri-City
Mutual, which is endeavoring to se
cure a foothold in this city, are being
prepared. The company will be in
corporated with tbe lolloping officers:
President S. H. Bevins.
Vice President and General Mana
ger A. L. Waterburv.
Secretary C. W. Bartlett. of Des
Trea,urer-J. W. Ainsworth, We,t
Now is tbe time to commence figur
ing on a California trip. The C, R. j
L & P. railway is in a position to sell
you tickets by a number of different
routes and give the privilege of going
out one way and returning another.
Through tourist cars from Rock Island J
to San Francisco via either Colorado
oprin'TS or ti. norm, iujudu
tickets tzood for nine months with
6top-over privileges both going and
returning, now on sle. For full in
formation call or write to S. F. Boyd,
general agent, Davenport, or F. H.
Plummer, ticket agent. Rock Island.
Dr. C. J. Bishop, of Agnew, Mich.,
says: ' I bave used Foley's Honey
and Tar in three very severe cases of
pneumonia the past month with goxi
Dr. Wood's Norway Pine Syrup
seems especlaliy adaptel to the needs
of th children., l'leasunt to take;
soothing in its influence; it is tbe
remedy of all remedies for every form
of throat ami lung disease. For ta'e
by Marshall & Fisher, druggists.
A YEAR OF COSTLY WORK.
What BiiSmo Done by the Trl-Ctty Rail
The Tri-City Street Railway com
pany has knocked off all track work
for the year This means that a
season of great activity has been com
pleted. The public iu general does
not know that during tne past year
the Tri-Citv Street Railway company
has spent between $60,000 and $70.-
010 In rebuilding and adding to its
system. It is not generally known
that an average of 125 to 150 men.
whose work is track laying and over
head construction, are carried on the
pay rolls every day of the working
season. As winter approaches, the
men are gradually laid otf, until in the
ca.se of tbe final closing down there
were bnt 70 left to discharge.
k Tbe track work to be done the com
ing year will also be considerable.
The Loss of Gold la Great;
The loss of health is more." Health
is lost by neglecting to keep the blood
pure, but it is regained by purifying.
enriching and vitalizing the blood
with the great health restorer, tiooa s
Ssrsaparilla. Thousands who thought
health bad been permanently lost nave
been made perfectly well by taking
this great medicine. lour exper
ience may be tbe same.
Hood's Pills are gentle, yet' always
v . .
US THEIR OWN BEHALF.
Statements From the
A Davenport View.
The Tri-City Mutual Telephone
company, in asking lor recognition at
the hands of the people of Rock Isl
and, Davenport and Moline, has noth
ing to offer for sale or trade, but
comes before oii with a clear cut
proposition, viz., to build telephone
exchanges in each of tbe tii-cities.
giving subscribers free service to all,
at tbe annual rental of f 18 for resi
dences and $30 for business 'phones,
and according to the teims of their
contracts, will make no charge what
ever until Mich time as they bave
2.000 telephones in actual operation,
giving prompt and ellicient service.
Could liiere l3 a more fair or clear
cut proposition than this?
This is i
business matter in the
business men entirely capable both
financially and otherwise to carry out
heir plans without any assistance
other than tbe moral supixirt of the
The Tri-City Juutu:tl lelepboce
compjtny 13 composed ot the following
gentlemen: I. O. Burns, president
of Hie American Electric Telephone
company, Chicago; J. F. Cas, vice
president of tbe bank of Sumner,
Sumner, Iowa.'vice president of the
Waterloo & Cedar rails Rapid 1 rnsit
company, Waterloo, lowa; W. X. Car
penter, president ot the Carpenter
Flournoy company, wholesale lumber.
Minneapolis, Minn.; S. II. Bevins,
president of tbe first state bank of
Hawk eye, Hawkeye, Iowa; A. L. Wa
terbury, formerly vice president of
the Citizens' Telephone com piny,
Houston, Texas; James L. Lombard,
broker, Kansas city Mo. ; L. S. Cass,
president of the Waterloo & Cedar
rails Rapid 1 ran sit company, Water
loo, Iowa; Charles Webster, vice
president and general manager of tbe
Western Electric .telephone system
(operating 5.00 miles of toll lines.
being the largest independent tele-
hone toll line system in the United
States); C. S. Palmer, attorney, Kan
sas City, ale; D. K. Tallman, Will
niar, Minn., president of the Minne
sota Central Telephone company, Min
nesota Mutual .telephone and lele
graph : company, jSutbern Electric
Telephone fit Southern Minuesota Tel
ephooO ' UOHBpany , W. C. Bartlett.
electrteafcxjngineer, formerly with tbe
American Electric-. Telephone com
pany, Chicago; A. Larson, president
of the Kandiyohi County bank, Will
mar, Minn.; C. T. Hahkett, grain and
live stock dealer, Fredericksburg, la.
If tbe eople of Davenport, Rock
Island and Moline ever expect to be
relieved from the present high rates,
they must unite in action and give
their support to some company who
are cspable and experienced ia tele
phone work. The Tri-City company
now have nearly 1.000 of the best rep
resentative business men in the three
cities, and will without doubt have a
thoroughly working system inialled
I in the three cities before another win-
' . T . T,
The C. R. I. & P. railway will Dec
23, 24, 25, 30 and 31 and Jan. 1 sell
round trip tickets to all points on
their line within 200 miles at a rate
of a fare and one-third for the round
trip. Tickets good for return up to
and includiog Jan. 2.
A Night of Terror.
Awful anxiety was felt for the
widow of the brave Gen. Burnham, of
Macbias, Me . when the doctors said
she could not live till morning,'1
writes Mrs. S. H. Lincoln, who at
tended her that fearful night. "All
thought she must soon die from pneu
monia, bat she begged for Dr. King's
New Discovery, saying it bad more
than once saved her life and had cured
her of consumption. After three
nd its further use complete y cured
I her." This marvelous medicine is
'guaranteed to cure all throat, chett
ani iuno. diseases. Only 50c and
Trial bottles free at Hartz At
uilemeyer's drug store.
j - - . , ,
Arnold's Bromo Ceiary cares bead,
aches; 10. 3ft and 80 cants. Relet'
J d rug tor.
OFFICERS OF THE WARDS
Associated ChaiitUs Names Tie Prei
J he following is the. list ol vice
presidents appointed by the Asso
ciated Charities to serve in the sever
al waids of the citv:
First Ward West half. Mrs W. J
(raha2eti. 508 Ninth avenue; east half,
Mrs. D. McKinney. 40S Fourth avc
Second Ward Mrs. F. C. Hemen
wav. 1112 Second avenue.
Third Ward Mrs. Charles Dugard
1218 Third avenue.
Fourth Ward Mrs. Alphonse Mos
en folder. S .twentieth street.
Fifth Ward Mrs. W. B. Ferguson
702 Twentv-hrst street.
Six h Ward Mrs. Elizabeth Terry
3049 Fifth avenue.
Seventh Ward Mrs. F. Bartholo
mew, 755 Thirty-fifth street.
Air applications for assistance, or
notifications of persons in de-titute
circumstances and requiring help
should be made to these omcials.
A Frightful Blunder
Will often cause a horrible burn
:ald. cut or bruise. Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve, tbe best in the world, will
kill the pain and promptly heal it
cures old sores, fever sores, ulcers
boils, felons, corns, all skin erup
tions. Best pile cure on earth. Only
2. cents a box. Cure guaranteed
Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Rival Telephone Interests. $
Itilla & Wortham Bave Local Indonimnenr.
To the citizens of Davenport, Rock
Island and Moline: The attention of
the undersigned committees, has been
called to the fact that persistent
misrepresentation is being made as to
the indorsement by us of Messrs. Bills
and Wortham, representing the Union
Electric Telephone & Telegraph com
pany, to the effect that different
members of the committees had since
changed their views.
Such statements we denounce as
untrue. The committees' indorse
meut 'of these promoters has been
ratified by our respective organiza
tions. One member of the Rock Isl
and Retail Mershants' association
committee failed to concur in our in-
dorsement: but as he was a'one in hi s
opinion, we presented the majority
report, indorsing Bills & Wonham,
and fraid report was adopted without
a dissenting vote.
'fhe spleodid success achieved by
Messrs ki'h ji nortnim in signing
up an overwhelming majority of the
lepresentative business bouses, war
rants the belief that they, and they
alone, can succeed in spite of the ef
forts made to e nf use the public and
split up and disintegrate the inde
. Committee for Rock I-laml Club
G. L. Eyster. T. J. Medill, Jr., E
H. Guyer, L. S. McCabe, W. C
M nickt r.
Committee for Rock Island Retail
Merchants' Association M. H. Sex
ton, W. C Maueker.
Committee for Moline Retailers' As
sociation Charles Holmgren, Axel
Sorling, J. H. Efilandt.
For the Christmas and New Year hol
iday, tbe Rock Island & Peoria railway
will make a rate of one and one-third
fare for the round trip to all vpoints
within 200 hundred miles. Tickets wiil
be sold Dec. 23, 24, 25, 80 and 31, and
Jan. 1, with return limit Jan. 2. For
full information, call on ticket agent
or address. m. a. .Patterson,
General Passenger Agent,
Rock Island 111
That Throbbtdg; Headache
Would quickly leave vou if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thous
ands of sufferers bave proved their
maicmess merit lor sick and nervous
headaches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build up your
health. Easy to take. Try them.
Only 25 cents. Money back if not
cared. Sold by Hartz & Ullemeyer.
Yes, August Flower still has the
largest 6ale of any medicine in tbe
civilized world. Your mothers and
grandmothers never thought of using
anything else for indigestion or bil
iousness. Doctors were scarce, and
they seldom beard of appendicitis,
nervous prostration or heart failure,
etc. They used August Flow
er to clean out tbe system and stop
fermentation of undigested food, reg
ulate the action of the liver, stimulate
tbe nervous and organic action of the
system, and that is all they took when
feeling dull and bad with headaches
and other aches. You only need a
few doses of Green's August Flower,
in liquid form, to make you satisfied
there is nothing serious the matter
with you. Sample bottles free at T. II.
There la a Class of feople
who are injured by the use of coffee
Recently there has' been placed in all
the grocery stores a new preparation
called Grain-O, made of pure grains.
that takes tbe place of coffee. The
most delicate stomach receives it
without distress, and bat few. can tell
it from coffee. It does not cost over
one-fourth as much. Children may
drink it with great benefit. 15 cents
and 25 cents per package. Try it.
Ask for Grain-O.
Chapped hands, cracked lips and
roughness of the skin enred quickly
by Banner Salve, the most healing
ointment in tbe world; 25 cents.
The Old Fashioned Pumps
Direction of Stevb F. Muxes
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Sunday, Dec. 24.
itiSM'.'Vim ill in:-
PRICES-25, 50, 75c.
Sale of seats at Bleuer's Jewelry Su rj. '
Unocb The Direction Or Cmamserun Kindt ItCa
MATIN'l'.E AND NIGUT
First time In this city. WILLIAM iIL
I.KTT'iS hittst biioeessrul coineily,
"Because She Loved
CPROAKIOL'SLY FONNV AND TENDEULY
Prlnes. 25c. 50c. 75c and tl. Beats on
Kale Thursday at Fluke's. Telephone
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
" Rock Island.
Six popular and Instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of f 1.
Season of 1899 1900.
4. THE OXFORD MUSICAL CLUB
Jan nary 23, 1900.
5. DR. WM. II. CRAWFORD
February 22, 100.
6. THOMAS McCLARY
March 15, 1900.
0LLER SKATING RINK,
AFTERNOON AND EVENING
(Except Sunday )
NEW MAPLE FLOOR,
NEW BALL-BE 4 R N(! SKATE-.
MUSIC EVEKY EVENING
Admission 10 Cents.
Ball bearlne skates, evening I cents
Ball-beanni; sk:ite, afternoon 10 cents
Commutation tickets, 10 evening- e-
BURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
rtlrAAtlnn rf fti:imhrl a.ln Win At Mr Cn
Tuesday Evening. Dec. 26.
On'j engagement In Davenport priur to
tne London. England, seaaoi. ;KO.
w. t,KlcUK't laieat a ad greatest
New YoJt Casino lucceaa.
Intr-duHug DAN DALY, and tbe t:
liwlng all urrntxt: KiooarJ K arroU.
(eknec-'ally entraged.) Mib'l 'Oilman,
narry Davenport, Mirl'Ueorvo. I. I,.
Don. Mi'd-ea Meade, Max rreeuan.
Sarab UcVln.er Knl Solum n Ne la
Webli. Krederi.k Urbrar . Kva Kellr.
Harry Siew.r . t-n-ie Irk. A-tbur
K.th-ringu. Av's Folger. JMerh Kane.
I'auline Cha-e N. V becler Karl, Ida
Kock. Henri Chai'ie, Zel; frank Hor
aee Ham. Leila Koine r ,Totn Collin,
and lblii Banldn. I'borua 01 aeventy.
seat sale Friday morning.
P, Ice frtfl. 'ha. fl and II M.
Sea s at ilufce'a.
Are rapidly being replaced by
pumps of modern construction
We make a specialty of this sort
of work, and want to furnish
estimates to everybody. We
have special facilities and we can
afford to give special terms.
112 West Seventeenth Street.
Sweeney i Walker, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, i
Rock Island county.
In the circuit coui t. To January term. A. D.
lierakline Humbert vs. Randolph Ilumbert.
Kil for divorce
To ttc above named non re; Ideut defend
ant. Rundi lph Humbert.
Affidavit of your lion-residence bavlnir been
tiled In the oftl t of uid cir.-ult court, no
tice is hereby given to vou that tbe above
named complainant has tiled In said oourt her
bill of complaint iirl st vou on the chancery
side of said court: iutafcumtnons in cbanuery
has been issued m ai id cuse against you. re
turnable to the next term of said court to be
beitun and holdeu at thr. court bouse In
the city of Hock Island, in said county on
tbe llrst Monday ot January. A. I J. at
whi h time and place you will appear and
plead, answer or demur to said bill of com
plaint if you see tit.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this irhday of
Novtmber, A. D. IfW
CiKOIMiK W. GAMHt.K.
Clerk of Circuit Court in and for hock Island
Swuistr A U'AI.KKB.
Solicitors for Complainant.
Notice of 1'ubllcutlou lu I haucrrf,
State of Illinois. t
County of Kock Island, i Rs
Jn the circuit court, January term, A. D
Ella E. Wynes vs. Tmisa Va-drtiff. Stella M.
Vaftdniff. Jacob A. VandrulT. John K. hluek,
Eliza K Hurr. Kli.abeib Stalev, nscar Van
drun. Lemuel Vnmlrull. Charles If. VannruiT,
Edwin K. VandrulT and Matlie Mcrrel. In
Affidavit of non-residence of Fllzabeth Sta
ley, t'scur VandrulT, Lemuel VuuilrulT. t'liarles
H.- VandrulT. hdwin K VandrulT and Vattio
Mcrrel. defendants above tunned having
been Bled in tbe office of the clerk of said cir
cuit court tif Kock Island county, toticels
hereby nivento the said non-resiiient defend
ants that the complainant has llled her bill
of complaint in said court, on the chancery
side thereof, on the u'lst day of Novinhcr.
A. 1. lWiy. and that a summons thereupon issued
out of said court. auainKt said oefeudants,
returnable i n the first day of Janua y, A. D.
1MNI. as is by law required.
Now unless you. the said I Ilzabcth Staler,
Oscar VaiurufT. Lemuel VandrulT. Charles 11.
Vandruff. Iklwia E. VandrulT and M illie Mcrrel
shaU persona ly be and appear before said cir
cuit court of Kock Island counlv on the llrst
day of the next term thereof, to be holden
at tbe court bouse in tnc city or Hock island.
In said county, on the first day of Januaiy.
A. u. IMMi. and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, tbe
same, and the matters and things therein
charged and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe praver of said bill.
Io testimony whereof I huve hereunto set
my ba- d a d atuxed tbe eeal of said iwuruab
inv otUce In Rock Islaud this -1st day of No
veinbtr, A. D. 1hw
duiuGi W. Gambi.b, Clerk.
S. R. Ken wohtii y.
Nov. SI, A. D. lHW.
1'ubllcatlon Not lee.
State of Illinois, (
Rock Island County.
In tbe circuit of said county. To Hie Sep
tember term, A. 1. lsii.
Carl J. Mueller vs William Ferguson, Simon
dexter. Jussin a. Hciit. Lucy A. Mattock.
M-iia C. liutton. Carrie CummiUKS. ieorge
Matlock. Edward Thompson. Sumucl Thomi
non. Kati- Thompson and Clifford Thompson.
Anldavit by Call J Mueller, complainant In
the "imve entitled cause, of the nou residence
cf Edward 'Ihompsoii. S.muel Thompson,
Katie Thompson and Clifford Thompson iiu
plesded with tbe above named delendanls,
William Ferguson, imon 1'exter, Jtssie A.
Dexter, Lucy A. Matlock. Marut '. Ihit'on.
Carrl Cummlngs and (leorge Matlock, having
been llled In the clerk s ollleMof tun circuit
court of a'd county, notice is tbcrcforn
given to the said reward Thompson, Samuel
Thompson, Katie Thompson and ClilToril
Thompson, non-resident defer dants. that the
complainant llled his amended bill of com
plaint in said court on ih- chancery vide there
of on the ?d day of Dee rm r, A. I IHuv. And
Ibat tbceupon Hi- summons Issued out of
said cou't. wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on tbe first Monday In the nionLu
of January next,, that Is y law required.
Now. uness you. the said non-resident defend
ants ab ve named, shxll personally be and p
pesr before the haid circuit court on tbts
llrst dyof the next term thereof, to be holdeu
al Itock Island, In the aforesaid county, on tbo
first Monday la January n- xt, and plead, an
swer or demur to the said complainant's bill
of complaint, tbe same and the matters and
things therein charged and stated will be
taken as confessed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
Itock Island, 111.. Deo. ft, IWl
(iRiHi.K w. Gambi.b, Clerk.
Mc'EsmT & McEkikt.
Complainant s Solicitors.
Estate of Wll lam J. She deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed ad
ministratrix of tbe estate of William J.
Shea, late of the county of Itock Is
anti, state of Illinois, deceased, berehv
gives notice that she will appear before
tbe county court of Kock Island county, at tbe
county court room. In the city of Itock Island,
at the February term i n the llrst Monday in
Febiirarv next, at which time all uersons
having claims against said estate are notilted
and retjuested to utt- n-'. for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
All peritons indebted to suld estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to tbe
Dated this Oih day of December. A. D. W.fJ.
Catmbhimc niiKA, Administratrix.
Estate of Henry Tremann, deceased
The undersigned, having Deen aonointed exe
cutrix of tbe last will and tetnient of Henry
Tremann. late of tbe county or Hock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that soe wui appear before the county court of
Rock Island county, at tbe coun: v court room.
In the city of Rock Island, at tbe February
term, on tbe first Monday In February next,
at which time all persons having claim
against said estate are notified and ten nested
to attend for the purpose of having tbe same
adjusted. All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
lasted this 15th day or I remr.er. a. o. lfB.
Maria Tkkmvnn. Exeoutilx.
Jackson A Hchmt. Attorneys.
Estate of John Klelnmaier, deceased.
The under-aimed Having Deen appointed ex.
ecu tor of tbe last will and te.taaient of John
Klelninaler. late of the county of Itock Island.
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that be will appear before the county
court of Rock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city of Itock- isl
and, at the February term, A. I. Itou. ontba
Brat Monday In February next, at which time aU
peraons having clalma against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
Ail persona indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Dated Uiia 1Mb day of December, A. D. 1809.
Hxiahaht kiokk Executor
Marlon E. Sweeney, Attorney for for Ex ecu.