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tlTE AHOTJS. TUESDAY. AUGUST
Special MMlifl 8ml.
Jackson & tlurst. Attorney.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Inland County, 1
In tbe Circuit Court. In chancery:
The Home Building nd Laa aO0 ia'.lon.
CouipWinant. vs. James Downin and Ke-
becr Downing. General No. 4'J03. Fur
Notice is hereby riven that by virtue of a
decree of said Court, entered In the above
entitled cause. on tbe 6h day of
Julv, A. IX 111. I shall, on Saturday, the
:UmI dav of AuiiUNt, A. D., 1MM. at
tbe hour of one o clock In tbe after
noon, at the Kst door of tbe Court
House, in the City of Rock Island, in
said County of Rock Island, to U.-fv said
decree, ho 11 at public vendue to tbe highest
bidder for cash, that certain parcel of land
situated in the County of ICock Island and
Slate of Illinois, known and described as
Lot No. Five (5) In Block No. SIxtv-one (41)
in that part of the City of Rock Island, known
as sr.U called "Cbicaeo or Lower Addition "
Dnted at Rock IslaGd, IUlno s, tlii-s 31st day
or July A. I. 111.
Jackson & liCK-sr, Solicitors for Cora pW in ant.
W. J. KSTHIKIN.
Special Master in Chatcery, Kock Inland
Notice of Chance of Name and of Corpo
rata Object and of Increase of
Notice is hereby given that a special meet
ing of the stockholder of tha oonsalidsud
Ice company (a eorporatlon organized under
the law. of tbe state of Illinois) was held at
the office of said corporation in tbe city of
Kork l.sland. Illinois, on tbe 25ih djy of July,
lwl. at tbe hour of one o clock p m.. and that
such meeting adj turned to mec-t ut the sime
place on tbe 3!st day of July. iwoi. at tbe hour
of one o'clock p. m. . and that such adjournt-d
meeting was convened and held a- the time
and plici last a foresaid, and that at suuu
adjourned meetligtce nane of said corpora
tion was charged to l'nli-n Ice and Coal com
pany: tbe object for which said corporation
was formed was changed so lht tbe same
shall hereafter be as follows, to-wit: "To cut,
store, manufacture, buy. sell and deal In ice.
and f 'uv. sell and deal In fuel and in building
m i . uiii supplies of all kinds:" and the
c. ntock of saiu corporation wilncr ased
from i be ium of ten thousand dollurs (1imkju
to t tbe sum-of sixteen thou .and dollars
( 16 : and notice Is further Riven that cer
tificates of such changes have bees tiled in tee
oili-e of tbe (secretary of btate and in tbe
onice of the Recorder of Deeds in tbe Countv
of Kock Island, state of Illinois, a provided
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, August 7, 1.
ot Kk ii, President.
C. A. E;iiiEseu Secretary.
Half Rates to
Big Four Route
OX Ai roi'ST lF
Knights Templar, Twenty-eight
AUGUST 27T11 TO aiST. 1001.
lion rid trip tickets to Louisville,
ky., wi.'l be on ale on August 2Uh
to 24th, 1001, incluaivo, from all Hip
Four" points at rate of one fare for
Tickets pood for return until Szp
ieiuiKr 'ni. li'Ul, ana may bo ex-
UK TURN UNTIL SEPT. 16TII.
by deposit with Joint Agent at Louis
ville, ana payment ol lee of fifty
Kor f jll Information and particulars as to
rr.m. tickets, unlit, etc . eil on aennis la
Km; Island or wldre.s the undersigned.
WARRKX J. LYNCH. W. P. DEPPE,
Oca. Pass. 4Tkt Art Asst. U. V. T. A.
It's a Mot Subject
To talk about, but we are mu
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'is our principal article for all
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last w a (unr-
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We cure tumors.
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We cure stomach and liver
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We cure with vegetable
We tell you what your dis
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No. 225 Eighteenth Street, liock
Island. OflicehoursO to 12, morn-
2 to 5 afternoon.
Chicago Orain and Prod oca.
Chicago. A up;. 1?.
Folio wtn-s trre the quotatlorTs on the
Hoard of Tiad today:
V.'ht-al Opon. Itieh. I.w. C.os-.
S-ipt.n her ..J .74 $ .T4, .'i .''
I ivr nih-or ... .75 .7fi7 .73 .76'
M?y 71 .SC.. .73 .7'J;
Siitrnii'rr -. .Bl1 .filli .fi .B
I 't 'inbr ... .114 .ij-ig .-:,n
Mav .:. . .4i
?fptf.-nl"r .. .:7 .37'3 ."fi1-: .r,i
ri('i"Tnir ... .."8:s .r'.K's ."7th ."7"i
Mav 4i .4-i .S97s .40
?rptcmkr ..14.12i 14.12'i 14 00 14.07'
Ih tohrr 14. in 14 17'j 14 07'i 14.17'j
Janujry Ij.-O li.40 13.13 13.33
Sjitenib'r .. S.73 ST'i 8.7L"j R.77'.i
Ot t'.livr S.7i KST,i KSt 8 V",
Jrmnry S.S7'.. .'.V,3 .S3 8?l)
Peptfir'.u-r .. 7.W 7.P3 7.
O. ir ber S ro S.on- 7
January 7.!o ".&. 7.
Produce: Putter Kxtra
SOflJOUc: pxtra dairy. ISc
slo k. i:'ifi l.'ic. Kkks Kreh stock
V-'r.U lAvrr . poultry Chickens,
rier.s. 7c prr !b: spring. HfilZc; durks
7 Apples New. t sOfiZ W per brl.
I 'ota iocs Ohio. Sl.OOtj 1-20.
Chleas-o LI vo block.
Chicago. Au;. 12.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the clay.
S-l.Oofi; F-al- rani;.-d at $ .1.2'iff 5.35 for
iS-. $jl0'6.0' for V.zhl. J5. 501 3.710 for
roush ia kin:. $3. 60-3115.15 for n:ixed. and
$5.7.iti s.13 fur heavy packinK and ship-yv.-
lots; bulk of the sales at $5,751?
Caltlo Kstimated receipts for the
day. jti.COO: quotations ranyt'! at $5.'5fd
6.35 for choii e to extra steers. l.2ntv
5.75 for Rood to (hoir do.. S1.50'c5.9 for
fair to Rood do.. $4.0fl'ft 4.65 common to
medium do.. $3.61fi 4 ( hutchers' stwrs.
J4.t0fr5.90 fod wfslprn steers. $2.20fi(4.CO
ator-kers ancf fef-dor;. $1.50r-l.6O coww.
$.'.C0'a5.OO hiffrs. $2.50fi4.5O bulls and
oxen. S.75tr..0O stags. $5. 301 4.85 Texas
trs. and $4.o0"& S.i.o veal calves.
tfh.-ep and Ijmh.t K.tlmatetl receipts
for th- day. lS.WO: quotations ranjted
t $3.0Df!'0 westfrns. $2.653.95 na
tives. $.1.4095.25 western lamb. and
$3.0Cx5.C5 native lamb
Kast BofTaloLlva Stock.
Kat I'.uffalo. N. Y.. A up. 12.
Pnnr.ir.ir & Stevens, IJve Stork Com
niiwion Merchants. Kast Buffalo. X. Y..
quote as follows: Catt! Receipts. 2-0
cars: market dull ani 25c lower for
comn.on and plain grades: others about
steady: best steers. $5.70ff S.ltO: others.
$:.Ofi7.50; caw, $1. 75fa 4.40; heifers. ti.2o
fri 5.00; mockers and feeders dull for
common: rtlirs steady: fresh cows and
springers steady: veals. $5.257.00. Hogs
Receipts. 60 cars; market steady: best
heavy. $S.li?r6.25: mixed. $6. 10& 6.1714;
Yorkers. 6.05ii6.07V3: light, $6.006 15;
jiis.-'. $5.75t5.$5; roughs. $5. 35 ii 5.50;
xtag'. $4.5fi 4.75. Sheep and Lambs
Receipts. 4- cars: top lamb. $5.00i 5.73;
others. $".50 ft 5.50: mixed sheep, $:.t6&
4.i'0; others, J2.0C53.70; we'.hers, $4.20'g)
St. Louis Grain.
Vst. Louis, Aug. 12.
Wheat Higher; No. 2 red cash eleva
tor. 72-Hc: track. 74e; September,
72'ic; te ember. T5Sc: May. 79Vic; Xo.
2 hanJ. 2F'itl2c. Corn Higher: Xo.
2 rash 62c: Irack. 62Vi?ifi2c: Septem
ber. 62c: December, K'tc; May. 6Hc.
Oats Higher: Xo. 2 cash. 3.i3i6ic;
track. Z''zftTi'Htc: Ser-tember. 3SVBc
aKkcd; May. 41Vr; Xo. 2 white, S8Vs
3xsic. l:e Kirm; 63'ic.
Milwaukee. Aug. 12.
Wheat Higher; Xo. 1 74f75e; Xo. 2
northern. 74c; September. 734734 c.
Rye Higher: Xo. 1. 60c. Barley Xo. 2,
.':r64r: sample. SPr0:. Oats Higher;
Xo. 2 white. 40Vitj41c. Corn Septem
liar liraulhv, $14; prairie. Hi
roiU 13 per ton.
Ilutier Choice to fair, l.'c; frefh creamery.
lieu so per pound
Spring Chiosens $-! oOII
CUle Kutchers pay for corn fed steers
4'iC'WC: oovi and heifers, 3'jclc; calves,
S been 1 S c5c
Sp-ing tarabs H.hOQM a head.
iiogs to .TAft
To Sava Her Child.
From frightful disfigurement Mrs.
Nannie (Jalleg-er. of L (Jrando, Ga.,
applied liucklin' Arnica Sal re to
great sores on her head and face, and
writes its quick cure exceeded all her
hopes. It works wonders in sores,
brniscs, skin eruptions, cats, barns.
scalds and piles. Cure guaranteed
bj liartz A Ullmejer'a drug store.
TRICKS OF HIS ENEMIES TO MAKE
MONEY OUT OF HIM.
A County Tnat raid Bounty Tvtlft TLmoc
o tha Same 8et of Scalps lo Splto of
Wholesale Killing, tha Prit Ioe ot
Appear to Pecrease.
The one friendless, buuted Ibhmaelite
of tbe plains, agaiubt wbom is every
man's band, is tbe prairie wolf tbe
coyote. If be is adapted to any sphere
of usvfnlnets on earth, nobody has yet
beeu hrewd enough to Cud it out ; if he
has ever doue a respectable deed, it bas
not yet couie to light. Tbe jack rabbit
will at lea.t furuich the basis for a
savory stew iu case of need, the buffalo
was valned for its bide, tbe rattles of
tbe rattlesuake are worth preserving for
curiosities, but there is yet to bo dis
covered a method of utilizing any por
tion of tbe coyote from bis t-narliug
month to his ragged tail except as a
fertilizer. Tbe short grass country is
bis borne, the bigh prairies where tbe
gray, bairlike vegetation that is called
pasture blends with tbe dirty coat of
tbe vandal. Through it be sneaks and
runs, now a gaunt figure on the horizon,
now au ungainly tibupo near at baud.
He is without acquaintance with any
thing that is alive, usually solitary, al
ways with a criminal aspect, as if ho
had just doue somethiug to be ashamed
of or was contemplating a deed of the
sort at the earliest opportunity.
Once tbe coyote had tbe whole Indian
Territory to himself. He could snarl
aud fight to bis heart's content, and
there was none to say him nay. But
when the lauds were opened to settle
ment aud a family took its place ou ev
ery quarter f-ectiou there was less room
for the wild creatures of the plains who
bad before beeu undisturbed. Theu the
coyoto bad to go out among men, and be
fouud that be was a very unpopular im
migrant into any of tbe communities
that ho favored with bis presence. And
be earn, d tbe right to so be considered
honestly. Ho robbed tbe eheepfolds,
stole the chickens and made tbe travel
er afraid all without any equivalent
in service. Furthermore, he is essen
tially a coward. Tbe men of tbe fron
tier have a Bort of respect for tbe brave
creature that defies them or for the
cunuing cue that outwits them, but
they can never forgive the trembling
cue that is alarmed at their very ap
pearance. cx, from tlio farmer s son who
blazes away with bis old shotgun at the
prowliug coyote behind the barn to the
city e(ortsuiati who wastes a cartridge
iutended for a prairie chicken or duck
iu endiug tho lifo of a wolf trotting
along tho hedgerow, there M aceaselecs,
unrelenting war waged against the
inco tbo immigration of the wolves
from the territory into the farming and
Mock raising states to tbe north there
has been more than desultory war
fare. The farmers have banded together
to protect the flocks and herds and
have offered generous bounties for tbe
scalps of tbe creatures, a proceeding
that has resulted in the slaughter of
thousands. Vet tbe supply seems none
the less, and all the sharpsbooting is
but a waste of powder and balls. Year
after year there are reported from 1,200
to l.oOtrheep killed in Nebraska and
Kansus by wolves, and the hundreds of
dollars spent for bounties have produced
little diminution of tbe plague.
Sometimes tbo bounties are not what
they are purported to be. The ieople of
a western county found onco that they
were beiug taxed very heavily for tho
payment of this sort of expense and
that certain hunters were buying new
farms out of the proceeds of their prow
ess ou the plains. An examination fol
lowed, and it was fouud that there was
in existence an endless chain in cumpar
isou with which tho greenbacks and
gold reserve make but a feeble showing.
At tbe rear of tbo couuty clerk's office.
where tho redeemed 6calps were thrown,
was a convenient
openiug iu tue wan,
and through this tho scalps were pulled
iu the night, to be presented at tbo
counter in tho moruiug for another
bounty of $3 each. It was estimated that
the county had paid for cue set of scalps
not less than 12 times, and the empti
ness of tbe treasury was explained. Tho
saddest part of the happening was that j
the schemers saw the investigators at
the hole and became bounty junipers at
once jumping the county for Bafer
Another curious circumstance was
noticed by the officers of two counties 1
adjoining in central Kansas. Tbe officers
of ouo were paying out money every
day for wolf scalps while tbe others sel
dom had any demands for the reward.
Each of tho hunters was compelled to
swear that ho had killed the wolf insido
tho boundaries of the county where tho
scalp was presented, and thero was no
reason for doubting the truth of the tes
timony. Hut what could be tbe reason
of the disparity in the claims? One day
a settler's son was questioned:
"Where did you kill this wolf:"
"Down near tbe edge of tbe couuty."
"Aro coyotes very thick there?"
"Well, rather, though not so thick as
tbey are farther south."
"Over in the other county?"
"Yes, there are more there."
"But they do not kill any there.
Why is it?"
"The other county only pays ft for
scalps and this pays f So we drive
them over the live before we shoot
Tbe county officers at once readjusted
the scale of rewards. Chicago Times
Herald. Cork Bops.
A rork rope is made of small corks
placed end to end nnd tbe whole covered
with a braiding of cotton twine. Over
this is a coarser braiding in heavy
strands. The rope will stand a strain of
Knightly lances were from 12 to 20
feet long, tbe heads -I to 8 inches broad
and from 13 to 20 inches long.
Employed by Wives to Remind
Husbands of Kr rands.
"Talking of memory systems" said
the suburbanite on tbe accommodation
train, "I can't for tbe life of me see
bow a man who is unable to remember
one tbing is helped by having to re
member two. If I tie a string around
my finger, I must recall the purpose of
wearing it, which I never can do. If I
must always thiuk of raiu when I waut
to carry au umbrella,- I have double
work. Now, my wife wauted me to re
member something today, and 6he gave
me a word to say over to myself, and
I've forgotten the word."
"Pooh! It's easy enough to remem
ber things if yon give your mind to
it," said another suburbanite, "ily j
wife told me to be sure to order some
now what the mischief was it? Soap?
Bluing? Well, that's fuuuy. I thought
I would be sure to remember."
He plunged his bauds into bis over
coat pockets to cover his chagrin and
puiled out of ono a rongh bit of scant
ling with a memorandum iu lead pen
"Well, I vow 1 My wife must have
stuck that thing m there. Oh, yes, I
see. It was a load of kindling sho want
ed me to order. But ono could hardly
be expected to remember a thing like
"I wish I could find a reminder of
what I aui to get as easy as you did,
but my wife doesn't believe iu giving a
sample to help out a poor memory.
Hello, old fellow, how's that?"
He had pulled a little rubber shoe
out of his pocket and was regarding it
with loving eves.
Sammy's overshoe, by all that's
queer! And here's something inside.
'Length, five inches.' - Bless ins little
heart. I'd have forgot all about them if
it hadn't been for this memory lesson.
There's something iu the system after
all. " Chicago Times-Herald.
SENT TO SWEAR AGAiNST PA.
Brcanw His Ma Didn't Dare to LrTe n-r
He was a mere stripling of a lad. He t
might have been 7 years of ago or bo
might have been !. Nobody could tell .
by looking at his face. The only mark
of certainty about the youthful counte- J
nance was tho sure sign that some of
his ancestors had come from old Ire-
land. The little fellow walked hastily (
into the office of tho warrant clerk of
Recorder Fiunegan's court. Ho did not
notice tho four persons standing in lino j
, waiting to get affidavits mado out
against some liothersomo relatives, but
' the ycuth pushed through tbo crowd
'and d:seiigaged tho attention of tho!
I clerk with this odd demand: I
I want to make an affidavit against
my pa, said lie and pushed jus little
red head around the side of tho desk.
"You want what':" queried the clerk.
"I waut to swear against pa," taid
tho boy aguin.
"What has your pa done?"
"Ho has just been in ft prizefight '
with ma." j
"Well, why don't your ma swear out
tbe warraut agaiust ia? My boy, you
are too young; you wuii't rill the bill." j
".My ma can't come, and sho wanted
me to fix it up for her." I
"Why could she pot come:" asked
the clerk, getting interested in the j
youngster's story. Ho could not imag- I
ine why tho wife would not be only too
willing to swear out the warrant.
"My pa and ma they got in tho fight
in tho kitchen. That is how it hap
pened. My pa mado a drive for her, i
but didu't laud, and then my ma she
grabbed up the rolling piu aud floored
tho old man. Sbo is now setting on
him, holding him down, and that is
why she couldn't coiiio to swear against
him. She sent me." New Orleans
Ti nic6 - biiii ocra t.
Colonel Kit C'hinn.
A St. Louis footpad attempted to hold
np Colonel Kit Chinu of Kentucky ouo
..1. . 1 i a i . : I a
uifeui. mruuj, nuu iuo uiuri-miii iuui-
pad basii t done anything sinc e. If the re
' is a man on earth whom footpads should
shun as a temperate man shuns a bliud
tiger, that man is Kit Chinn. He is a
born fighter, and his favorite weapons
are tho ones which the Creator endowed
him with at his birth. He is ono of the
few men in Kentucky who hold the us
ui jimtuA ji auiid iu c;oiji cuijii. tiu.i js 1.0- j
tally devoid of fear. He has fought a
wildcat in tbe open with nothing but
his bare knuckles aud come out winner,
and it is said that upon one occasion he
offered to fight a rattlesnake and give
nrst bite. Glasgow (Ky.)
"Did yon ever," asked the young
husband, "have your wife look you in
tho eye when you tStme home aud ask
you if you hud not forgotten some
thing?" "Many a time, mo boy, " answered
the old married man. "Sho does yet.
In tho early days it used to mean a kiss;
now it is usually a reference to wiping;
my shoes." Cincinnati Knquirer.
Jnst the Word For Him.
"In your letter to me about tho post
office nt Horreltnn " cuici tho senator.
I "you spoke of Higgiuside as tha 'pres
' cut incumbrance. ' You mean, of ourse.
the 'present incumbent. ' "
" 'Incumbrance' is the right word,
senator," replied the man who was aft
er Higginside's job somewhat stifHy.
Tbe late Professor George M. Lane,
Harvard's greatest Latin scholar, won
mere famo by composing a bit of dog
gerel called "The Lone Fishball" than
by anything bo ever did as an edncatoi.
"The Lrfuie Fishball" has been one of
tbe commonest college songs for the last
An American, lady went inio a chem
ist's shop in Nice and asked for a bottle
of the finest perfume sold there. She
was informed that the price of the best
scent was f S au ounce.
OFF FOR THE ANTARCTIC.
Oerman Expedition Sails to Xou Around
the "Jouth Pole.
Kiel, Aug. 13. The tJernian steamer
Gauss, lieariuu the Herman Autnrtic
expedition, under the leadership of
Professor Bhrii b von Urygalski, of
rnicn vox cbygalski.
r.erlin, y.-iiliil from Kiel Sunday. Ilerr
Kollie. iimler secretary of tin interior,
wished tin expedit ion godspeed on bi-
I halt' of Kiupvror William and thv Her
man nation, and Professor von lry
gnlski made a suitalile reply.
The expedition will establish a base
at Kergtieli'ii. at which point Professor
( von iMygalski will push as far outh
I as possible and spend the winter. If
nothing is heard of tli oxiwdition by
unit-, V.m, a search cxpeiiuion w:u ue
Civil tlovernor Taft
Ble future, will reduce
, in the ininiedi
the police force
of Miinila oiie-half.
The International Literary and Ar
tist le Copyright Con.aress is In session
at Yovay. Switzerland.
The corporation of tllasgow bas de
cided to confer the freedom of the city
mi Andrew Carnegie.
The attempt to prevent the St. I.onis
K. posit ion company from usinj: For
est park was ki ked out in court.
Mississippi authorities will try to
hnntr to justice the men who assassin
ated an Italian at lirwin last month.
The Iowa, battleship, and not the
Wisconsin, will o to the isthmus of
Panama if a ship is necessary there.
Harvey 1 Ieimiiingway. charged with
making counterfeit silver quarters, has
surrendered at Somerset. Pa.
hard liold Mining com-
Mich.: capital. $1. i,
incorporated at Iover.
I H tl 1.
Oil companies' with fabulous Minis
announced for iheir capital stock ;irc
iteing organized hourly in the new town
of I.awtoii. O. T.
The twenty-second annual meet of
tho Ano-rican Canoe association is now
bi-ipg licid on Mudlunra island, in the
Thousand Islands of the St. Lawrence.
The bank of Childress. Tex., owned
by 1". S. Weiidington. lias failed. No
Two persons were' killed and five in
jured by lightning cinring a storm at
Ireenville. S. C. The dead lire Miss
Victoria Levi :cid Miss Itusbee.
The draft of the final Chinese proto
col puts rice, cereals and flour on the
nrlile of lour nrrKl H Klnwwl.
P.elvidcre.ir.s.. Aug. in. Mrs. Hiram
Smith, a bride .f four weeks, received
stieh a shock when t-ild of the death of
her husband in a boiler explosion on
the Chii-ago ;uid Northwestern r.-ioroad
at Sycamore that she may not recover.
'I wo of the new class Mogul engines
recently put in service on that road ex
ploded on Saturday night, otio at Syca
more, the oilier at Troy Crove. Lugi
ncer Smith was so l.adly injured Ht
Sycamore tiiat bo died soon after.
t nk ii own lrsl lilentilieil.
Chicago. Aug. P'.. An aged man who
Mas stricken with apoplexy while
"...o. ... . .. . . -
ll'ir iflil Witts S.-ltlll'1Ll f ill tilts aMii-,
hosnital. has been identified as
Theodore F. Colhurn. owner of various
I . .i . ,
i mining pro'itu s in ine wcsi. ami un
nierly iu charge of the marine tire de
partment in New Orleans. Colburn
Iied in Chicago with his sister. Mrs.
A. T. Cilleffe
Ton n Nesrlv Out of Water.
Nashville. Ills.. Aug. l::. This city
Is exis'ricticing the most severe drought
since 1HT4. The Carlsbad lake, the
source of the city's water supply. Is
c'rv. and the electric light olant has
been forced to close clown because of
the lack" of water. Half of th wells
and cisterns are dry. and water is be
ing hauled for private use. Tbe situa
tion is becoming worse each day.
Clark Itetrav a Murder.
Austin. Tex.. Aug. l.'t. A .special to
The Statesman, from LMirango. Mex
ico, says that the discovery of n clock
that was stolen from tbe ConlifTe resi
dence at the timf tMrs. ;eorge H. Con
lilTe. of I'awtucket. K. I., was mur
dered, has led to 111 arrest of .Juan
Iielgado. a tanner. Itelgado has made
a complete confession.
Koiult Exploded In a I'ilOPrh. " "
I'aris. Aug. 1.'5. A bomb was ex
ploded yesterday afternoon near the al
tar of the church of St. Niier. at
Troyve. doing ootis'iderable damage to
tho thirteenth century windows. Iut
not injuring any of the hundred chil
dren who. together with a priest, were
in the sacred edifice at the time. A
Spaniard has boon arrested.
Michigan City I'oalornro Robbed.
I-nportP, Ind.. Aug. IX The postof
fhVe nt Michigan City was entered Sun
day night liy lmrglsrs. who forced onoix
tin steel vault and steel safe, sec-urine i
fsoo In stamps and Misi in cash. The
f-tamps ranged in value from 1 cent to
lo cents, half of them being of Pan
American issue. There are no clew.
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introduced to the markets of
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which has long been used in
Spain, France and Germany.
Experiment by Lucke & Co.
revealed the remarkable ef
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distinctly surpassing anything jm
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Notice ot Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, l
County of Rock Island. J
In the Circuit Court, September term. In
Fannie T McFarland vs. William McFarland.
Affidavit of non-residence of ibe snore
named defendant. Wlllium McFarland, nav
lntr been tiled In tbe clerk's ottlce of tbe
circuit court of tae said -county, notice is
therefore hereby given to tbe said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
tiled her bill of complaint In said court, on tbe
chancery side thereof, on ine etc day of
Auuusc. I!1. and tbat thereupon a sum
mons issued out of said court wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on tbe third
Monday in the month of September next, as is
by law required.
Now unless you. thr said non-resident defen
dant above named. William McFarland. shall
personally be and appear before tbe
said circuit court on tbe first day
of the next term thereof to be bolden
at Rock Island in and for said county on tbe
lritb day of September, A D. l'.it next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said complain
ant's bill of complaint, the some and the
matters and thing therein ctianred and
stated will oe taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to tbe prayer or said bill.
Kim irgi V. Gamble. Circuit Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., August 1901.
For Robber Tires Send
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ean be purchased or baccara
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hlry-nrsi street. Frank H. Plum-
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tion at foot ot Sevententb
street. George W. Wood,
agent. The trains for Du
buciue and points north run
via Illinois side of river. Trains for Freeport
and Milwaukee will run via Davenport, Clin
ton and Savanna
All trains will connect at Savanna for points
east and west.
is a vs. aaaiTB.
Dubuque and St. Paul
Dubuque and St. Paul
Milwaukee Ki press
Freeport ki press
AU trains daily except Sunday.
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-"RaUway Depot First ave
nue and Twentieth street. M.
A. Patterson, General PsMsen
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lesve C., R. 1. P. (Mo
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minutes earlier than time
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Notice of Publication Chancery.
State of Illinois, I M
Rock Island County, f "
In the Circuit court of said County, to the
September tetm. A. D 1U01. In chancery.
Ella Oberg vs. Martin Obe-g.
Affidavit of tbe uDknown residence of
tbe sa'd Martii Oberif, defendaant above
named, having been filed In the clerk s oitlce
or tbe circuit court of the said county,
notice is hereby given to tbe said
Martin Oberg. defendant as aforesaid, that tbe
complainant tiled her bill of complaint in
said court, on the chancery side there
of, on the 27tb day of March. A.
D. . 1901, and that thereupon a summons
issued out of said court wherein said suit
is now pending, returnable to the raid court in
the cily of Kock Island, county aforesaid, on
the Oth day of May. A. D. 1101. which wss this
lirst day of tbe May term. A. D 1H01. of ssiil
court, as is rv law required, and tbat saiu
cause has been continued to the September
term of said court, to be hold en in the city of
Kock Island, county aforesaid, on tbe ihird.
Monday of September, A. D. 1901.
Now, unless you, the said Martin (Ibere.
unknown resident defendant shall personally
be and appear before tbe said circuit
court, on tbe first day of tbe next
September term thereof, holden at Kock Is
land. In and for s Aid county, on tbe third Mon
day of September next, 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 b
taken as confessed and a decree entered
against yon aonording to ibe prayer of said
biil. GeoRfiK W. Gamble. Cirouu Clerk
M Enibta. Mi Em rt, Complainant's Solicitors-
Rock Island, 111., March 27, 1901.
State ot Illinois I
Rock Island County.
In the Circuit Court of said county, to the
September Minn. A. D.. 1901. In chancery.
Alexander McConnell, complainant, vs. Jo
seph Sims, the unknown heirs or devisees ot
Joseph Sims deceased, and tbe unknown
owner or owners of the nortb twenty-six
and two-thirds (26,) aires or tbe east half
(H) of the southwest quarter ('.,) ot section
number 15 (l."): and the north thirteen and
one-tbird (13'3) acres of tbe east half Ci) of
the west blf ('-) of said southwest quarter
( ) of said section fifteen (15), in township
number sixteen (Iti) north range number
(3) west or tbe fourth (4th principal merid
ian, in tbe county of Kock Island and state
or Illinois, or any part thereof, defendants.
To the above named non-resident defend
ants and eacb of them:
Affidavit of your non residence having been
filed in the orcce of the clerk of said circuit
court, notice is hereby given to you. and to
eacb of you. that tbe above named complain
ant has filed in said court bis bill of complaint
aeainst you on tbe chancery side of said
court, that a summons in chancery has been
issued in said cause airainat you. returnable to
the next Seotetnoer term of Maid court, to be
begun acd bolden at ibe court bouse In tbe
city of Kock Island, in said county and state,
beginning on tbe third Monday In Septemler,
A. D., 1901, at which time and place you will
appear and plead, answer or demur to said
bill of complaint if you see fit.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this 16th day
Of July, A. D., im.
George W. Gambmc
Clerk of said Circuit Court.
Swt.bnet & Walker, Complainant's Solici
Estate of Amanda W. Buffutn, deceased.
The undersigned Baring oeen appointed ad
mlnistrator of the estate of Amanda W. Huf
fum.lataof the county of Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tbat ha
will appear before tbe county court of Kock
Island county, at the county court room, in
the eity of Rock Island, at the October terns,
on the first Monday In October next, at which
time all persons having claims against said
estate are notified and requested to attend,
tor the purpose of having the same adjusted.
AU persona indebted vo said estate are ra
quested to make immediate payment to Ike
Dated this 36th day or July, A. D. 1901.
A. A. BurrcM, Administrator.
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