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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST
Cheney Rewedded After
His Wife's Last Hegira
Chicago, An. 14. Kdwin H. Che-'ths. years of her husband's abandon
riey, whopo homo was disrupted and ment and infidelity to divorce him, is
Ms children semi-orphaned by the fa- ', living quite alone, save for her cb.il
rnous "heeira" that prompted Mama!) dren.
And up at Spring Green, Wis., in a
! $100,000 bungalow, remain Mamah
' Borthwick (that is all the name she
! has since she was divorced from Mr.
' Borthwick before remarrying. He
had waited nearly two years before
taking the final step of legal separa
tion from his first wife.
It was three years ago that the fam-
. ilies of Frank I-loyd Wrieht and Ed
win H. Cheney entered into an amaz
ing compact. Wright at that time was
sure that he could not live without
Mrt J'.tney; Mrs. Cheney was sure
she could not live without Wright;
Mr. Cheney and Mrs. Wright had
doubts and faint hopes.
As Wright afterward told the story,
OLD MAN IS HOME
Borthwick Cheney, his wife, to elope
with Frank Lloyd Wright a celebrat
ed architect of Oak Park, is now on
th. rir..i.n tiniiT.d fnr T.ivenrfil re-
married. IChenev) and her "soul mate," Wright. : there was an agreement tnat no ana
Miss Elsie E Mellor of Chicago, an iThey live there in lonely possession of! Mr. Cheney should travel together in
the rich estate, developing their ego- : r-ui.oe io. a. ea.. ...w
1 istic social theories, writing books and to return to their respective homes
-ssavs in defense of their conduct. ,and make the final test see wnetr.er
; Bv the remarriage of Mr. Cheney they cc-ald live without each ether,
one of the two great social wounds : They carried out the proeram. The
i inflicted bv the Wright-Cheney "he- 'newspapers were filled with accounts
r!ra" has been healed or at least 1 of the startling elopement. And th3
: deserted huFband and tne aesertea
Intimate friend of Marxian Horthwick's
sister, was Married to Mr. Cheney at
Jietroit, Mich., last Thursday morn
ing at the home of Mr. Cheney's
Immediately after. the wedding Mr.
Cheney and his bride started for Mon
treal. They boarded the Whi'e Star
steamer Teutonic, on which passaee '
had been reserved ev r since last :
July. And last Saturday they sailed, j
They are due at Liverpool on Satur-j
day. Afterward they will go to Paris. :
The Cheney children, three of them, i
1 ft motherless three years ago when
Mamah Borthwick Cheney eloped to
Furope with Wright, are now in the
care of Minn Lizzie Borthwick, who
will tak charge of them until Mr.
Cheney and his bride return to Oak
Bark, home time in the fall or early
Meanwhile Mrs. Frank Lloyd
Wright, who has refused through all
The engagement of Miss Mellor to '
Mr. Cheney was learned by the Exam- ,
iner last month. At that time Mr.
Cheney laughed at the story and Miss
Mellor denied It. But she had been a
teacher in the Parker practice school
until last June, when she resigned.
'and it was known that she intended to
I marry. She has made her home with
! Mrs. Darwin F. Coe, at the Fernwood
i apartments, 318 North Normal park
It was through a sister of his er
ratic former wife that Mr. Cheney
met his present one. Mits Lizzie;
Borthwick, who has mothered the chil- j
dren that her sister deserted, was al- j
so a teacher in the Chicago schools ,
and Miss Mellor was her chum. i
The three of them Mis-s Borthwick. i
Mr. Cheney and Miss Mellor were
much together. It is said that Miss :
in love with the Cheney t
wife Fturdily championed the elop
ers. Mrs. Wright was true to her hus
band and Mr. Cheney to his erring
Sow Alfalfa Now
Alfalfa is a crop suite 1 to Illinois
conditions. Theie is not a county in
the state where it may not be grown
suressfully. In 19'! there were 3.100
farmers, representing every county in
the s'ate but two, growing large or
small epf as.
A small lot, a trianglar field or a
Daily United States Weather Map
r, .. '.- - - -- 1 :i
Or. Charles W. Eliot
Mount Rc-rert. Me.. Aug. 15. Dr.
Charh s W. Eliot has arrived home
from his trip around the world in
field not specially available for other j jn the interest of the Carnegie endow-
U. S. Department of Agriculture. .
W IL US L. .MOORE. Ciief.
I Mellor fell
crops is a good place to begin alfalfa
growing ;f one does not wish to put
it In regular crop rotation until becom
ing familiar with its habit of growth
and its value as a farm crop.
Kstat of William Worth. dTtinri
Th'1 nii'i"rr..,..ru having Ucn
Viu.f-d u:r.x of tin; li.st will
ti ,fbtn.iil lit '.V I 1mm U'nr! ri I f. f u, t.f t r, ml r Ut "An l.cfnra cVio ilid n-ltV, .
r.ur.i v ..f h0. k IfIji.u. matt- .f Illinois. ' fltv,pr for seeding. If the soil is sour i', ! eral members of the Chinese cabinet
I'r 'V ":. :.,:':rus!..S:.v;'-'.l,,"t'.,;r. ,,M.l:el ' nA .v. , should be sweetened with air sia U. d:and made a dep study cf the Chinese
i-'il;ui',d::uVK,l'i'rV,'e V::i.r.."f "nt was meeting 7t8 ,rst'i:nie or ro,ind
r .::, ,: . . .'-v'or i :.,u I.I..V,. denials Mr Chnev w .rralf,, h i 'an ,wo Tons PPr apre
l--..er t.r. i!r!.t ..l.iuy in r(,m.,, hnninM. Rn thnt i should be inoculated with soil from a.ti.m in China?" was asked.
-. l,-UlliT I.-Xl. U. WL. 'h tltnt- Ui: T- ... . . i C.l.t .t olfolfo ha hrx.n crnu n ciw. I "The actilevemont nf th.
V ..I i A.
Observations takpu at 8 a.m.. soventv-fifth me
ridian lime Air pressure reduced to sea level
isobars (continuous l'nesi pass throiisti points
of jat at' pressure. Isotbkrms (.lotted lines)
pa through pcinuof equal temperature: drawn
onlr forxero. freezing. Sn. and u"
O cler: O partly cloudy: Q cloudy:
rain: Q gn0w: report raissinir
Arrows fly with the wind. First figure lowest
m Oh.or re for Past 2 hurs; third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
6- sU4r . """'J
ntt- nr r''i -tfl
.,iv:n:.t t't t:i .(iirif-raiKned
lt.-.l Ji.1 d.iy ef J-ilv, A r
i A Til Kit INK WO Kill.
M-Enlry & M-Knlry
Snlotin l.b'euar itlre.
ment for international peace.
I talked with many leading men.
Chinese- and foreigners. English, Ger
mans, Amerxans and trench, he
Now is the time to prepare the land ' said. "I also had audiences with sev-
Moderatelv low pleasures prevail
your view of the revolt)- j from Eritish Columbia p.nd Alberta
j southward to Arizona and western
republic i Texas and showers have been freauent
sence. At his office In the Wagner ; rpf p?',1,y- or u i,n Eoil in w 'lt, n sweet j was in itself a remarkable thing," in the territory from the north Pacific
iiid'S.ttd t' ald i r-'' r ' r ie "impanj a iiuiiuing it was ' i , - - , vuwi unu mv "j ...v.n.,... . .....o
. n, .ike imimdiate ikMiH ,v,.,, k,. r.f :,,. or more of this inoculated soil nor i confronted with many other great dif-; eastward to the Missouri and lower
"He is not expected to return for 1 acre shmild he applied, and n tne n"iu j r-' un v. i ney nave got n;i or tne .ian- Mississippi valleys. This disturbance
several months," was the renlv to is toP dressed with a liberal supply of j chu dynasty forever. They have es- has also caused a rise in temperature
questions. ; manure, tne new men plowed and lannnneu a provs)onai government in the northern Kocky mountain sec-
Then it was learned that he had tak- i wrked down to a perfect seed
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAM). DAVENPORT. MOI.INK AM VICTX ITV.
Showers tonight or Friday. Not much change in temperature.
1 Friday, without much change in tern-1 Washington, V. C.
To lli Honor.
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(I.I;. rition for a
Ilit .Mon.lity of
J i f t il uvenue.
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en a sudden trln to Detroit and timf ..nis will, under ordinary seasonable
iMiss Mellor had gone there at the conditions insure a crop,
same time. The marriage was pr-' The Illinois Farmers' institute has
; formed by a Presbyterian clergyman issued a bulletin, i No. 1) giving full
;aii(! Madame Cheney, the bridegroom's i awi complete methods of procedure; a
mother, was the only witness. coj-y will be sent on application, to
! Mr. Cheney waited Just a year and anyone desiring to jirow alfalfa. llli
'two davs after divorcing Mamah fois Farmers' Institute, Springfield. 111.
n l..t- til.d in
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orat.) lliirrv M S. ! river, j
I ity of Ho. k Inland. Ill I
i ii.it e i jiik n.-d. const It i' ii. n
tit pro.erly owo.-rs ..n
K'llli HWiiii in Tl,e illy
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It.,, k If land. Ill . do 1
u nd net i ' ion your
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l.e of Klual Srltlriueut.
Estate ef TImotliy needier, dereasd.
Piildis notice is h-rcl.y Kiven thnt tde
imilcrMlK i..d. J I e.'t..-i.i.ltninii'triitor
of the estate of Timothy Kc.iln-I. de
. as.d. j i ii- this ilav tiled his final re
port and e tt lem.-nt as su. li in tne pro
Late court of Kin k Island county, and
l:erfriK on .said report nas 1 n set tor
Sept. 4. 112. at : oi lock a. ni . .it which
tune persons interested mav appearand
make i.t.jf. il"iih th. reto. and if no ob
jections ure llled. said report win he ap
c.iov.d at Hint tune, and the inid-rsiifii-;d
will ask tor an order of .lit : ilciuon,
and will aifo. ask to be dis. h:i r;ed.
Ho, k Island. 11!.. Ailir. V 1M12.
J I HKKI llKIt. Administrator.
James ". Maucket'. ationiey.
TERROR OF A BOKO.
I, lUto lie
Estate of Mary I.. Sudlow, deceased.
ur.il.'i VinJ Lav in i; been au-
.N .it ice
of I tilt.
f t'ublleaf lua.
ids. Hu'k Isliind Conn
ty - -es
In II. . CIt. ml r
IVtli. Ii: I'l .i:.. I
Albert 1. Shi.nr.il. .In- i.i K Sli' ifr-n.
l'. t.'r N M,.Kr. n. ltl..r N. t a rlsoii and
ll.'l.-n I' Mi"iii.'li. oiin'l-illiants. s
Karl II I.iiii.Ikp n. K..yn l.umi i .n.
"atr I.'iikIk i n. ar 1 .un.'.K I ' ll, ami
Vntr.il In. st .v Savings 11. ink of K... k
1-l.in.l. Ill . lct.-I .il..!, t
Atl.l:iit of lion r. siilen. e of Karl II.
I.uii'Iki . n. I'li-jii l.tnidr,'!'. ii. ('lair
Iiim.licii ii'.ii i.i-':.,r l.nn.lKi'.'ii. imi.l.a.l-
pointed executor of the last will and
testament oi Mary I Sudlow. late of
rvatvr of I ih. county of Itork Island, mate of lili.
'et. , uols. del tas d. l.ireby giv.-n notl. e that
I ne will appear befone the Hon. lienja
j ir.in liell. j.idge of Hie probate, court of
Hock Island county, at tne probate
'court room. Jn the city of Hoe It Island.
t. S.pteinb. r term.!1 September lerin. on the tir.-t Mon
day in .s.ptemher next, at which time
all p rsons navini? claims against said
: estate arc nuiiiicd and requested to at
tend for the purpose of having, the came
adj isied. All persons indelit.d to said
stilt" are re'ji.est.d to man- immediate
, payment to tne undersigned.
Land t'.tli day of July. A. D. 1 y 1 2
! Hl'UH K. v:. KTIS. Kxecutor.
utler of I 'luul hell lenient.
A Dramatic Incident of tha Political
Unrest In Russia.
ITere Is the story of a Uusairin nn
! nrchist niitrugi in the words of one
: who w;is nearly killed in the explo-
sion: While stnyintr at Cannes I!.
Jones Thadileus. iitithor of "Ki.oll.'c
. tions of n Court I'ainter." met tli'
finind Duchess Tlene of I:ussia. who
I gave him an nccotiut of the then re
j cent uttempt upon the life of tiie czar.
! The czar was a few iiiinules lute In
i his arrival in the dining room, and for
this reason the explosion was pi-ema-'
ttire. After describing the event the
gram! duchess told Mr. Thmld.'us: isptit."
1 ' When the echoes of the explor.'iui
died away a dead silence suceee led ' An Improvement.
which, untied with the ilarkiicss pre- i "Mrs. Nc-.mh Ii lias put a beautifully
vailing, so dense us almost to be felt. carved sundial in tier Italian garden."
conduced to render our helpless posi- j "Yes?"
tion still more painful and uneml'ir- j "And she has nrninged to h:ive it
' able. We dared u move. There was I rtectl i. :i!l.v lighted sit night so she can
under republican forms, but the con
stitution and permanent governmen
are still to be treated and organized.
"The' Manchu empire left nothing
to the republic; no army, no navy,
no system of law. no courts, no po
lice, no roads, no railroads, with the
excepiioti of three or four, which have
ditf. n in gauges and rolling stock: no
revenue, no system of taxation.
Kv rythi.is which we understand by
government must be organized. This
will doubtless be a slow job. The
western powers should be very patient
"Did oi. bring back any impres
sion of the Chinese as a people?"
"Yes, I brought a very strong im
pression, that the people are honest,
fnignl. very laborious and tough, not
in the st:.se of rowdies, but hardy in
a physical serine."
"Are the people desirous of recogni
tion of the new republic?"
"Yes. extremely so; but I think that
the I'n'fed States should co-onerale
with the oth-r six powers in this re-
tions and the upper Missouri valley.
The crest of the northern area of high
pressure and cool weather is over the
upper lakes and Manitoba, while th
northeastern low, with its showery
conditions, is disappearing beyond New St. I.ouis .
Kngland. The eastward movement of 1 St. Paul ..
Atlantic City 00
Rock Island S7
Kansas City S2
New Orleans 9H
New York Ml
the high and the approach of the j San Diego 72
Rocky mountain low will be attended San Francisco fi'
by showers in this vicinity tonight or i Seattle 68
Flood. Height. Chug.
(St. Paul 14
.02 : Red Wing 14
n I Reed's Landing 12
00 a Crosse 12
.42 j Lansing IS
.02 j Prairie du Chien . . .IS
.20 Dubuque IS
.00 ; Clinton 16
Iiock Island 15
A rising tendency In the Mlssissitpt
will prevail from below Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today' s Market Quotations
d with the above tic I .' nd.l li I. e'eillrai
Trust & MivlhKS I tan It of Kte-k lsla:d.
I. I.. liavii.K be. n filed in the ri- rk's of-
II. e of the en. ii:t curt o' sal-1 county,
i.oti.e is M.eici'Tc l.cr.-l.y i:lv. 11 to tl.e
!.! I d"f. ml. ill! s that tin
p. Kit. I II,
sld. ti . r.
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in mi . . I si
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said I'.. . k
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(let. 1.1.. III.- ,i!i(,.' na
T.'n. r.vc'j ;i 1 ii: .!i
nd is it r I .:.,1. i . i.
lind al p. al I cf , i . s.i
. .' I: l t d.. of I ne lii
l.e l.ol.ic:, at K i, k
s .1 :i . oiniT . cn : h .
ic ( I . :n I..- r I.i I ii 'c
.1. Ill :tr to t 1 . S.I id '
om l' I a 1 ,1 1 s:i:i,.
a nd t 'uiiks '. , . r. i n .
will l.e las n a ci.
. ri e i lll.'ii , a 4. 1 '
t lie pi .1 n r o'
c ii.. iii . i y
ot J uly,
tai l court
.1 to the
i- sitid 1. .11- p. sclent
od Kill II l.'llld
II. '."lair l.'l'ldnrell
. I.all i'i rsoiuili . ,e
d .-ii' ut court, on
xt term t hereof, to
Islll'i.l l'i i.nd lor
itiTd Moi,d.,v in
P. '1 .u.u.-r or
mplait.aiit'e luil ..f
and tt.. matters
r. 1 n . I..i 1 n d and .-t:i' d
a 11. nf, sse.l. an-1 .1 d'
!::' vuj a. oordiiu to
n il MM.
Estate of Keverdy E. Igleiiart, de
I Publ'.e notice 1 hereby piven that
the uiiders'Kned. Halpli Iiehiirt. ad-
ministrator of ahi .stale, i.as this duy
nlcl his rn. a; r.port and settlement as
. such in ti e piol.ittc court of It.. ck 1s
, land county, and In urir,.; on said report
Has I.e. n set for lepl. i. r..l.', at
'o clock ii. m, at wl.icl; tune persons ln-t.ies-ed
may appear and make objec
tions thereto, and if 1:0 objections are
llled. said report will be approved at
that time, and the undersline.i will ask
fo ran order of distribution, and will
! i.lso ask to be dischaiK'"!
1 I to. k Island. III. A'li; 12 1312
ollr af Pulilleatlon.
8tate of Illinois, Hock Island County-
In the rircult Court. January term.
A I" li'!'.' In "banc. iy
Cera Moore va Albert Moore.
AfTciavIt of non-reslden. e of the
atiove i-.amed defendant naviiiK been
filed in the clerk J offli e of the circuit
no escape from the peril which sur
I rounded us. Presently out of thedark-
ness came the clear, calm voice of the
czar. "My children, let r.s pray!' The
j sound of his voice, whi'.e reassuring
us as to his safety so far. relieved tbe
' awful strain on our nerves mu1 brought
comfort to our hearts.
' "We sank to our knees, sobbing.
How long we remained so I really do !
not know. It seemed an eternity of
.anguish le fore the gn-:rls appeared
with candles, little expecting to find
us alive. Some of us were nearly tie
i mented when the welcome relief ar
i rived, and our feelimrs were not calmed
as we then contemplated the awful
t nature of the destruction we had es
I "A few feet in front of the czar was
: a black chasm where so short a tiiua
' 1-cfore bad Iieeu the brilliantly lit din-
lng room filled with servants. N'.t a
trace of it or of them remained."
tell the lime at all
hours." Cleveland I
Up to Date.
Howard Is their hotel up to datT
Ctnvnrd Indeed it is. They furnish
sb-e'iiutr powders with every bedroom.
It Cures Cholera Infantum
It Cures Diarrhoea
It Cures Cholcrn Morbus
It Cures Dysentery
(Ry wire from E. W. Wasner & Co., 1
r.rmn Prov isioris. Storks and Cotton.
1 Local offices at Kock Island house, liotk i
; Island. 111. Chicago ottlce. S-99-10o.
Hoard of Trade. Local telephones. No I
: west 33u.) I
! BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
September, 038, 93, 03, 93.
December, 92, a.i'-g, 2-R. ".- U.
May, !m'.4, t7VB. 9(1 9Gr;8.
September, 70n, ,
December, o4V, 54. b3,
May, 53, 51, 53, 53?s.
September, 31 Vj. 32. 31
December, 32. 32. 32. 32.
May, 34'i. 34, 34Vit, 344.
September, IS. 15, IS. 17. IS.O11, IS. 17.
October, IS. 25. 1S.2."., 1S.M, IS. 25.
January, 1S.77, ls.iio, 1S.72, 1S.90.
September, 10.87, 10.95, 10.S2, 10.95
October, 10.97, 11.05, 10.92, 11.05.
September. 10.SMI. 1 f'2, Ift.S?. 10.S7
October. 10.92, 10.92, 10.S5. 10.92.
i.ii5. rough 7. 557. SO, Yorkers 8.Co
Cattle steady to strong. Ileeves 5.75
(g in. 50. stotkers 4.00'fl7.10, Texans
5.0(!f C.90, cows 2 fi5rfz S.i5, westerns
(J.2..(ri 9. On. calves G.50fa9.75.
Sheep steady to lower. Natives 3.15
ott 4.40, lambs 4 .25 ff 7.20, westerns 3.35
4. GO, lambs 4.25'ii 7.25.
Close of Market.
Hops steady. Light S.lieJi S.70, bulk
7.95 rn N. 4.1. mixed 7.7uiS.70, heavy 7.55
(i S.55, rough 7.55ft 7. SO.
Cattle weak; top 10.50.
Sheep weak; top 4.40.
Lambs weak; top 7.25.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 4.O0O 5,0110 3.O110
Ohama 7,40u 1.7o0 9.200
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 14,000 2,0011 ll,(mu
Clover hay, $15 to $16.
Cabbage, 5c head.
Onions, 30c peck.
Feed and Fuel.
Koragei Timothy hay, $15 to $16.
Wild hay. $14 to $15.
Corn, 60c to 65c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; alack,
of Illinois, e'onnty of Kock
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r ln3ft 105, No. 3 r 97
Tilu2. No. 2 h 95 ft 90, No. 3 h 93(95,
Wakefield's Klurkhrrrv Ralsam No. 1 ns looftio.v No 3 ns 90ft 1"2.
Statu With Umbrella.
Some poor art is to be seen in this
country in the shape of statues dedi
cates all loose bowel troubles in
adults, children and babies. It saves
lhes after other remedies fail. Sixty
six years without an eejual; 35 tents,
i Northern Sleamboat Co
No. 2 s 95ft 99, No.
9'ift 90. No. 4 s
7Cft"7. No. 2 w
y 77'4ft7K, No. 3 70 ft
'i. No. 3 y 77
No. 4 w 75ft
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. Ic-!-:'.. n i:i.r .on'i.ary.
i. v ll'ani K Fry. tr ,t.f
o t . l:. .I.ii ...n Mai.u
c" I'.. a . "T ( oral ion .
. - I'.iry K i'iaAf..iil. a:.d
,i:i r d. f. inl.ii.'.i
ao"Vc i. ...'oi! defendant.
1 .: nd c.ir. II i 'r.iwi. r A .
l , by k i t.. oil and
;. : ' . t t :. a : ' - I .1:111 i . ...11
. t cl ill fld 't. Ill .lid
.1: ..fT:.i.iit t:a' oi tf rr nun
- . ! If., mat. ..t Ii. !!...; Tl.at
a' !:. .1 li. i:J c irt. in ld
1 c. .-nd ..n.er.d.-d b.ll f nni-
K "t ail . r.Kinal .art:. s
. a i-i . 1.1..! ... 11 . ...nd J.iiil l-
bul !:..! I., truer,: as new
.1. r .la: 1 l-i ji.,1 i . m ...e. y.vi. tli.
..i:k II K i and i'nr K "raiv
d ..:.! .i. rc SI M..5tcr Tint
roiitt of Kald r.iunlv. noltcM 1 t h r..f sir. I t..A A K.. .n . ..... t..,
1: J " icvi iu Liirr uiruivit ot Kl nil 10.11, uui
I hereby n-ven to the yaid non-resident ' , . . . .,
110 AuiriiLau t-1101 iiiii j iu ill. 1111 .j.liic
equals that whicb, w;is pel pctratiil by
an English sculptor for the town of
Heading. When the fellow townsmen
of a certain George Palmer of that place
decided to honor bis memory they de-
' Monday of s.-pt. ir.i.er. a ie 1912. ' mer. which should le not merely a
i N..w in less you th.- n il l n..n-rsi- J portrait as to features, but a correct
d. i.: defendant ahove named, "t ail nf r- , , , ,
.sonniiy t... and Bl..eur i.. for.- cam cr-! presentment of blm as he appeared
le nt court, on the nrt day of the next : among them every day. Accordingly.
II.' Vn'd V;rb;dMcon,",VRVrnk ! tb Mranger in Readi.)g is startled by
. aid ti ird Monday ..f September next. ' the mont unconventional of statues.
' 'ik i tierehy it ven to the raid non
feltdant tl'.at tne ciinini:tln..i1r tilct
r.l. .oniilam- i,,.r t,i;i of complaint In said curt, on
ti e rl.nrr.ry side thereof, on the 2'..th'
. i day of November. A I 1 ! 1 1 . and that
' theri ufun & immons isiued out of :
Coun- ' Ral i"'irt. wherein said suit is now '
i r-ennir.fr. reiurnanie on tne nrnt M.T.day (
fa:d count v. ' In the month of Janmry. A f). 1S12;
I '.fl. In next, as is ty law re.jusrU. and also an
. M M .-
1 i K
. 1' I..
and plead, ar.jn'cr or demur to tl.e raid
c.in.r.la nant i. bill of oimrlair.t. inc
lam. iir.d tl.e matters ar.d t!. fries harn
ed therein 'li l.e taken as enfessed.
and a dei rce ent.r. d atca'.nst yo j a..
cordii.pt to the praer of said bill.
.JEOK'iE V. UAMK1.E. Clerk.
Hick Island. III. Aug 12. 1S12
Adair Heasants. compiainar.t s solicitor.
t i Iff sl'erift t
1-iil'd. to ....'
l.. x t ti nr. "f Mil
ndr. st tn.' co-i
in clian. cry u.is been issue. I
-e bv t'.e . lerii of MlM o'ITi
. s.id Krark li K.yr and
avf..rl. d If ndiir.'... d r-'.-t. 1
tTbe Best Is the Cheapest )
FIRE. LIKE- UOHTM.NO ANIi WIND
a I I o i '
t I.i.ns .i
U.h k lsia::d :n s:tid ci.unt
.il. lillu) of S'l erv.b. -r. 1 ;
Time nd phi- you ai d fa
kiimr and id. ad aii.'r
y of K.. k
!" to tl.e !
b. trill and t
.it t'.e . Ity of
. n t:. third I
Z. at ht.-h
h of you wil
.r demur to
il Tbira at r . Ri'rt raa-
BOCK ISLAND ILL.
with every crease and wrinkle of the
homely attire of the original repro
du.ed. To complete t l.e effect the stat
ue is bareheaded, with silk hat and um
brella in hand. It is thought that this
Is the only instance in which tl.e
necessary but not entirely lieautifu!
umbrella has been reproduced in
bronze. New York Sun.
Spend Your Vacation on
Upper Mississippi River
j THE FIXEST TK1I' IX THE WOULD
From Rock Island to St. Paul
OX THE BIG SIDE WUEEL
Commencing June 1, leaves Rock
ialaud every Saturday at 3 p. m.
Take a pleasant short trip to Clin
ton, returning on the I. & I. railway.
77' 7. No.
7P4. No. :i w 11) fit
ful2. No. 4 72V4i"
75' i, No. 4 y 7Cft7t'.'4.
Oats New: No. 2 w 224. No.
?, si3 32'.4, No. 4 w ?,ir4-;r.,
standard 32 Vi (&?.::. Old: No. 2 w 3G.
Wheat opened lower;
Corn opened unchanged;
Corn . ,
OaU . .
NEW YORK STOCKS.
I'. S. Steel preferred
I'. S. Steel common
Hock Island common
New York Central
j Missouri Pacifiic
j (Jr.-at Northern
j Northei n Pacific
Louisville At Nashville ...
Colorado Fuel fc Inn ....
I Illinois Central
i 1 cmisylvania
I hosapeake k Ohio
i I rooklyn Rapid Traiibit
i Baltimore & Ohio
I Atchison lp)
, . .173i
. . .113'2
. . .144
. . . fcij
. . . 'M
. . .loll
land - ss:
fin nit tVnirt nf Itork Island County.
SeptellllM-l- term. A. 1. 1112
K. II. l-'lrst vs. J.e li.ildwln. Dora
Hiildwtn. In iiltii.-liiii.-nt.
l'ul.llr iiotl.-e is li.-iel)y lven to the
siiid .l.-sse l:,il.lvvlii and O.ira Baldwin,
that n writ uf atliirluneiit Issued out nf
tin- i.lli. el tlie i l.-i k of the rircult
court of 11". k Isliind eotmtv. .luted th..
Ifith day of AiiK'iM, A. I 112. at tho
suit of tie. Mild V. II. First iind UKiilnst
the estate of tin- said Jesse B.ildwin and
' l'ora It.ildwin. for the sum of one hun
Idied ninety-live dollars, dlrei ted to the
siniilT of siiid Hoik Isliind county,
')ii-li Mtid writ has li.-en returned ea-
. l-cllii d.
I Now. t Ii.-ref or.-, iml.ss yon. the sai.l
, Jess.- I'.iildwin ii ml I..r.i liiildwin. sluill
p.-i son.illy I..- and .p-iir l.efore th
! said l in-uit court of Ho. k Islam! coitn
j ty, on tie litst day of the next term
thereof, to he hold.-n iit the courthouse
I in the city t It..' k Isliind. in said
! count v, i ii tin- IMh .l.iv of S-i'leml.ii .
A. I. I!li!. Kive s.ecla! I.all and pleud
to the s.ii.l i,i i ii I iff s action. Jndifiiietii
will l.e .-iiicr. .1 UK.iiiist you. and in fa
vor of t;,. i-ai.l I', il I- i t hi., and so
, much of th-- properly attached as may
1..- MiUli-ient to siti.ly the said Judtf
rnent an-1 costs will l.e sold to satisfy
;i.(ik;i; v. ;.mhi.ic. nierk
"lar.ii. u J Si hiocd. r. plain tic' at
torney. Auk. 7. A. 1 11.12.
L high Valley
: lit public Steel,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Sale of Ileal IXnlr.
I The property r.f e.taic of Joseph
'Cam. ron. le. eased, conslMini; of south
j (14 ft ct ol ol 141' feet ol oi.tlot 10. Ill
I east ha'f. sontn. ant ijii.iiter of section
. ti.,. towiirl.ip In north, inline 2 went, 4in
jpriiicipai c i i.iiai., according; t asses
I sor'i. plat, ls'.l. with the Imi k t ne-
rn.-nt house thereon; also the north it
.-j . ii I o rte.-L i je.-i oi fitriie IMUIO,
4 With tiaiiie dw:liiii th.-r.-ori: iiIhii nt.rth
17 teet of ear-t 14 feet of same l.u'lOl.
with mod. rn t.f- . k ilw.-lllur tfi.-reoH. Il
n-iw ofl'i'd ;.t iiriviit- Kill.- hy m and
will la rn M ..;t lor ale I.y rne until
A hi;. IS. I'ji'i, If not sold sooner.
K L. I.AW'l'l-K. 'l i-ste;.
lT .c. Second av. nue. Hic k Island. 111.
W i Ai;.ii anil Itoi.ert H kteynolds,
ltori..-s lor trustee.
day Week. Year Aug. la. Following are the
sid sinend.d bill of i-omp:.iir.t
1-st.d at H"i Is ai d. 1.:.. ti ls !ta
Jy of July. 112
GEoKGE W GAMBLE.
Clerk of &ad Court,
liowersock. Hall A Hook. Jsckson.
! r t a btaffurd. solicitors (or com-U.;.i.tJ.
C'OM'RACTOKS AMI Btll.DERS.
Fsr His Own Pleasure.
T nupive your wife was more than
delighted at your rai-e of salary, wasn't
he?" a.-ked Jones of Brown.
"T haven't told her yet. hut she will
te when she knows it." answered
"How fc it that you haven't told
"Well. I thought I would enjoy my
self a cvraple of weeks first."' Judga.
i Wheat today
1 Year ago . . .
-Corn to lay .
Leaves for Muscatine and Burling- 'ar a
STEAMER HELEN BLAIR
Minneapolis ... .
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat 22S j
Oats 1& !
Primary Movement. j
Receipts Shipments j
. A.'C-'.M"') 1,H2.0"0 ;
. . i&2.ot'0 C43.00.I
.. 4 4'i,0'.0
sale quotations on tha ioial
Butter Dairy, 27',4c; cieimety, 30c
Eggs, 22 c.
Potatnes. 11.40 to $1 CO
Iistat- of Chariet. htrupp. de eu-.
The nnd.-rsiKnt-d t.avi;lt-
! date J
' h- th.
i Nat ioi.
i said n.
ton eery Monday,
t riday at 4 p. in.
Wednesday and i
Manufacturers of Sash. Doors. Blinds
and Stairs Interior finish of all kinds
Hardwx.d Veneer Florrinir and deal
ers in Glass 311 and 321 Eighteenth
Tbe nnl.anii 1 was takea hy sur
prise when you accepted me. The Wife
You were taken hy mistske. John.
Don't mrtke any mistake about that-
St. Louis I'ot Dispatch.
j Making connections at Burlington
i for Ft- Mad. son. Keouuk. the big
j iam and Quincy.
18. W. LSMONT, Aaenl
W. A. BLAiR, Gen. Mgr.
Office foot Nineteenth street.
Telephone West 188.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hcgs 17.OU0; strong; left ever 5.2S6.
Liiiht S lug5. r,r, mixed 7.0a5S.C3.
heavy '...rih, rough 7 53Q7.7o.
Cattle S.OfHi; steady.
Sheep la.ooO; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs slow. Light S 10?? 8.70, bulk
T S'.gS, mixed 7.70 s. 70, pigs 6.00
g8.25, heavy 7.55'5 8.oa, good 7.i0'&.
und.-rsiKnt-d t.avini; hei
pointed executrix of the last win and
testament of Charles btr.iop. late of
the county of Kock Island, state of,
Illinois. u- eased, h. ret.y yives noti-e .
that 5l:f will appear o.-fore ihe jjr-.l.ite
court of i'.oi k is. ar.d cou..ty, at t!.. pro
hale co irt room, in t.,e city of Jiock
Island, at ttie Heritemh'-r term, on to
firyt M'.nday in September next, at
which tunc a':l persons having la.:n.4
(Kain.t said estate are notined and r.--q
jested to atten.l for the. purpose of
i.aviiii; tre same adjusted. Ail persons
ind.-hi.d to sa:d ...-.tat.. a,re re.4uest.-d to,
make l-r.rnfcdiute payment to the uu- '
Hated this 19th dav of July, A. L.
Iiil2. MAI4T1IA A. HECK, !
Walker, Ingram & Sweeney, att
tiMde In tiie t.ay-
1 la in i roin'KKOi y note, heal InK
i. ...- ! '1, I'l.J, made and executed
M -in. .11 11..- I'.utloti couipany and
to !ne older of the Hoi k Island
il lank 0.1 Au. I. A U. l'J 1 2 ;
ii. - !.::.. In ili sum of I1?.'J ..",.
I with int. r. -i at late of ; p.-r cent per
aim i:n after ..,t- until paid:
j Now, U,. n foi- . said Ine iio.-k Island
' N i' .- 1.;: 1 hank. I.y virtue of and und' r
I th. a-.tl.or.t v in sai l note iv-n, do s
te r I.y d. -l ire mat it wni offer for
or paid:- au'-tion to tne hiKi.est
1 i. Id r for a-o.. 011 tn- l'ltn day i f
A.i?-"t. A Ic T'12. at the hour of 1"
.. . 10- k a. rn.. at ti.e hanking )iou.-.e of
said t.ank 111 ".-.- ity of Ho.-k Island,
Jli . :tn- .o.i.it- ial k 1 vert to seoure said
i'n':fr ate No z: for 10 shares of the
rap. 'a.. St.'--. of the Tli-.'ltv Uutlori
corn, .a n y of I . ..-r.f.rt. Iowa; ccriih--a'--
No i't for s-:':re of tne capllal
sf x of t..e 'i'ri i'i"y Iiuttou impa.-iy
of I ..'.'. l:;.')ft. low;., leirilnate il
f-.r '. -hai- "f tne capital s'oclc 1 ti e
Iri-i'ity I: itton ( "iri,any of Ijaven;.-.i I,
I.-, a, cr'ifii.'e No. ; tor In shan i
i f h- M if aline ilutlon company (..'
.I ;s alii,.- Iowa, and rtif'.cale No, 82
f r ". star's of the .ai.iial stock of tie
1 -is- at .ne Ll Jtt'iu foiiipany of iiu-e-a-tin.-.
laied at Iwk I.-land. 111., this r,tu
d.-.v of Auvr i-; A. I 11.12.
1 TIlKlKiCK IHi.i.NO NATIONAL BANK.
' ' l!:-" li- H. iSimmen. Ca .blcr.
ij. turi.ii, .ttoruey