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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, NOT EMBER 17, 1892.
ITIOF T nKTLFKaI, FSTATtt.
TAT8 OP tl .UN'ili, I
T Ifce Decnitvr term,,.A. D. IUV f the c loity
mrt. in pi"'--.
lathrsnaltcr of lb - sWte el Wiilum N. A hn'
J hn 8chf "-r. 4r , 'mlitf'traior tmtfimm
terai"re ef the Ut will sail les'ameai Wll
him W , Jcui" n, aoi aed. petitioner, ts John
A.lmMM, Myron fj.iworla 4- bnson. i buries
lrwwlahr.on, vt'itlia-n C. Johrn'-n $aniurl C.
J aen7llcheor w. nifjr, Ann Hewitt, Martha
IL tloejamTi, Mnr'ha b. Martin, Sural I, Hewitt,
.lta.1t. Kicked n! KniM K. Martin, defend
eeU--sVtttlou p-tj f t i par iltflta
T1i theabov? naiii.'d no rrtrttencdeiVnilants,
aaal ee of tti-m .
AAHavit of your aon-reMenrr hainr ben
I ta (tie offtV.. of (!. rl-rk of raid co inty conrt,
rein fce-efcy yu trial (he ab-we
awu.'w rvrtHnrer ha nle.1 in said court
IMBeuhiea f.a-ih.1 aale nC real estate VA
rmi W iBuun M. Johnson did soir.cd.
ta wkiaa s "re Bamed derendaole;
bat a Han n ha been dnly isie4 an
oil rv avaius! r returnable to the aintt term
awaaWl euaurTjr court to be begun n1 ho nVo at the
an.iBwwse In 'b,-,vy of hi ck la' and. in na4a
m firnt nndtf or December, A . l
l,W' li tJnif n.l place ron will aper mi
F"T. "WW. w ilfniit said petition if y ,
, Ufj.ir tie: anil wit be enured nri
T aneeT inrl br Uie an Meeaae-
iv traw f urn nt-at.
Acs Wr are, U , Nereoroer li. A
Clee. of amid conjrt.
BPaar V kkh. Attorn' for petttom.
. KmImq if 4 "-oh Kinaaw. deceased.
TJutwrtdilijiie.l i.virm been appointed caeca
VfTiT V lat wit ,4 testauieot of Jo, eh
s&siasnuale o( rtie connty of Hock Ialai.d
ftMejflllinila. drowsed, herebjr (rives notice
tbn4 will appear oefore the connty court of
ojAlai'p.1 county, at the office of the clerk of
"M eoaart, in tie city of Kock Island.! the ian-
et vtT. on tbe nmt Monday in Jaamary next.
or thei i.
f wm a.i nermna htrinr clsiuia aeainat
U- r;-ii "ifi.l and reaaeetcd to attend
urrHMo fcving the same viinated. Ah
erinf 1:idf.-,! t.iialdetl! are reanented to
mtjt tfimMallHte nivmcnt to the nnderimed.
TwVoD tin, lt dy of Mc.Temh.-r, A. I),
I S MATTUKWS. Rvwrnn'
KMale of Kllen VMIdchtm. noceasvd.
Thc.nndci-'in-f:, Levins hoen aipiinicd v
eautor jjOif I .( :t and t tam;iit of tllen.Mid
ItennrtOnW' of I'u- ' o.i' tyof Kock 1 xinuil.'ts.i
U ia, UeCeas' i;. bor.-by ive notice th it li. i.
p; r,lMfore t, . -iinty court of Kuck l-lm
. ,ny, at the o ,,t ,1,,, cerk of n i cou-t,
lie rl(y cf Rork !..i'iii, at the Jan ary, trrm.t
b "Vir!.tMotiday in .lAnnarit neri, a' wh'ch ti-i
rl iemonakaviti4 c).iinp atzaiiiHt vaideafitc n
Aiitletand reqn ti to Htt"nfi fir the purpose o'
lavtng tnesami' .'ili'i'tpd. All pcrfoua ind?
aal?j;tate are - t to niake ini'ni-ni"tr
payntew totbenr Io--ped.
Wtted llitt 20(1 t ii' cvi-mwr. A. V). l "t.
VM. fUKII-HrOXE. &ic:u,t.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
5s Oornee Flftse :"i street and Third Are.
CAPITAL S 100.000.00.
Hr.ceedifaelM'neStVnjaBaak. Orrintited 1X3
llll CUT. mm PAID ON DEPOSITS.
Organ z?d Bn ?r8!ate Liw..
yprn tram a. ni. to 3 -. ta., and Wednesday and
fiaturdiy nijthu fro.-n T In 8.
wmnjJi:iKFtn:. - Prceiiliait
lrA. AnwTn, - Vice-President
W In&aiENViT, . Caxhier
Port;r Skinner, VT. W. Welln,
O." A. Bone. 1. A. Ainoworth,
Cfl. Kdwaria. W H. Adam.
Andrew ICriber?, F. Demenway,
EAL ESTATE LOANS
rr t'" f r prnaT! prtrties in the Cardan
pot of tbt weal by the
fcrhfiri State Bank
or tt 'IliUn. NEBRASKA,
a. tT, Pr'.-i:.d -nt.
J. 8. rBT CaaVuT.
i :i-H l.yndc, B inkeni.
'. C'ibiniuin, lait.icr Ro.k Islar.d National
. Carter, M D.
rr$ trt' na. Wholesale Procera.
I .OFE33IOJ-.AL CABDB
IT"" I'.tNET AT H--Oace in Mitchell
V lvn1j aaw block.
Jackson k hurst,
AT-voKHBira AT LAW. Oflloe in Bock IU
AX .wiitl lild'.aK.Bo a UiaDd. .
la. iif m. o.kott
lifftAXEY Jt WALKER.
iTrt.nira asd cdtosklurs at la
J10 n- ,n Hetigii-uoc's '.look. Rocs Inland, r.l.
F.MTY k HcEMKi,
AT ."! a- Loan -r.n.ijaiiw
t rii ',i tri ;iione. Kefivcne. Siifti
jV jnt.' mt:'.-'rr IfFioe In Poonice Vor-
m. W. 0DKL1,
A3 r-.i;VHV LU -Formerl of Port By.-rm,
l4 ti'irui Mi pn- two yfara with ibe fir-Q o'
i&.tyMi. 15 itfk -ii h Holine, hut. now oo'-ned
w 'lir.. lu ib ii ln."Qin 'mud ii?. r ioin 5, at
SK. r.i i S. W StiSLI.
WEAilLF e SE.aRLE.
! O-fNR.'S in t r mi i-rllor. a' Law and So
Al .! m If. Jtinirvr, : Occ Bt-f-'rd'a wl-JCk.
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la ihntCawa I i
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lawaau. SaM pottpaid Ct 7
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BWhwptng CoQgh.Brvnchiui wvd Aithmt. Arrr-i-Ua
ct for CoaftampUoa ia om MtU cnr n-ti
lm m&TMmti 9tMfT. Cw at . TMI Vill Mr tb
sevllent ffect after taking th first dosr. mma
W Atwatira tmjwfctiK Lave ImtaUe. 30 0cb. tAal fl
The Great EngU.-h Remedy.
Promptly ami p. rma
nently cures mH fonts of
Mcrrons Wnkai, Kmis
aiona. Spermatorrhea. 1m
potenry and all edit ta of
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nre.eribeil orer S rears
id thoiiraad uf rajrs; la
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IFmu. J . . u ' J i aim Lira
OCf ore and Afer. mediHna kn own ; ask
dinTKbji fo wi t uromi; if be iffera
some woe thles- m. dicinr In plac'e of this, leare
bis d shorn st store, en; lose price in leltflr. and
we will tend by return mail Price, one p kae
tl; aik, $5; one w I plra-e, sir will care; pim
,,hJetm plain -eal- d rnreloiie. t stamta; S3 Jreac
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Obappod Hands, Wounds, Barn, Eto
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mmm fily sgap.
Best for General Household Use
T. H. THOMAS.
' YOURSELF! $3
'k yrrnr T'rirrL'-t for a M
tleolBig; The only Va
i.iionou renirtiy foraii U
- .unataral diiisree!. air-.
idieae of men nil tin
mating weatneiB pei;litr
i omen. It curia in a fair
without the aid ot
iy of a iirt yr.
( rirrrtcl Amrrinm Ocrr
.januiactur d by
Erans Che ricil Co.
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i latins fanoni Re tjnxj
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Mrrtdaift mm. TrcitrM anrt tHwi uni. .
if til am tm VI f War "- a' c .
A CTprwaa af)das tf
that thft MUip treat
xnrnt wlik-h in !r a maTj
cf m willcfTt Dlfcarc
and full dve(pe any
Th reape will N ritfui'airtl jTre itiiiyr)Ge twiT
arofd qnarks lonff rnoncr, tn pne It a trial. rtlreaa,
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KOLL 4 00
BrmcaD '10 tnruso
ftmet. wnera advev
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DECIDING A BET.
Difficulties That an Editor Is Occasion
ally Called I'pnn to Answer.
"Wt've got a little bet," said two ex
sited callers, addressing an editor in the
inot u in, "and we have have come here to
i-j:ide it. We want to know whether there
unievera rofrular LTnitel States ship of
war that came up the Miwsisnippi river."
"Cruiser, ygu rmenilier," put in the
other man. "Ocean vessel. Belonging to
the regular United States navy. That's
what we're liettinjr on."
"Certainly. Straight United States na
val vsssel. fillip of war. That's the bet.
I say there was."
"And I say there wasn't. Regular Unit
ed States cruiser, now. That's the point
we want settled."
They had raised their voices to a high
pitch already, and the man in the chair re
ferred them to the files, and said that if
they would consult the papers printed
about the middle of May, when the great
Memphis bridge was dedicated, they would
see that some kind of naval vessel had
(rone up the Mississippi river as far as
They pounced on the files with the eager
ness of a boy dinging fishworrus.
"Here it is!" exclaimed, after some
search, the one who had spoken first. "It's
in the paper of May S. 'Memphis' Great
BridKe.' That's the headline. Urn lot's
see. Here it is! Iknewitl 'The Concord,
Kayly bedecked with stars and stripes,
moved down the stream.' That's the name
of the ship. The Concord! I remember it
perfectly. Satisfied now I'll trouble you
for that five dollars."
"Hold on!" exclaimed the other, begin
ning now an investigation on his own ac
count. "Let's look a little further. Ah!
Here's a little more about it in the paper
of May 10. 'The United States steamship
Concord' that doesn't say it was an ocean
cruiser, does it? 'may visit Cairo and St.
Ixmis.' Ijet's see 'draws seventeen feet"
do you call that a pcreat war steamship?
'This will be the first naval vessel of any
description that has visited the upper
Mississippi f.ince the war.' See? Nothing
but an old tub. Do you suppose"
"Ooinjj to get out of it, that way, are
"Get out of what? Didn't we agree to
"Do yon mean to say I haven't proved
that a United States war vessel canio up
the Mississippi? Hand over that"
"Hand it over jourselfl Didn't I lx-t
that no regular ocean cruiser"
"Isn't a cruiser a war vessel?"
"Yis, but a war vessel isn't necessarily
a cruiser. Just you stick to the bet!"
"You bet that no regular United States
ship of war ever came"
"And it draws wventeen feet! Call that
aregular United States ship of war? I
tell you no great ocean cruiser coul.l get
over the bar at the mouth of the Missis
sippi. There's less than twenty-two feet of
"If I'd lost a liet I'd own it."
"So would I. If I had bet that a govern
ment cruiser came up the river and it
turned out to be an old mud scow I think
"Well, I'll leave it to this man here."
"So will I. Only I want him to under
stand that I bet it was a"
"And I want him to remember that"
"Gentlemen." said the man in the chair.
"I think I understand fully the term of
your wager. Will you abide by what I
have to sav!"
"Well, one of the rules of this office is
never to answer a question in order to de
cide a bet."
And they left the room and went down
the ele-mtor still wrangling. Chicago
& Lmla Girl's Expiriancj in a L ghtaoue
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treecott are keep
ers of the go lighthouse at Sand Bcacb.
Micb., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April she was taken
down with measles, followed with a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treated
her. but in vain. 6he grew worse rapidiy,
uMil she was a mere "handful of bouts "
Tbf-n he tried Dr. King's New Discovery
srd after the use of two and a half bot
tles, was completely cured. They sny
Dt. King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet jou may get a trial
bottle free at Liar'z & Bahnsen's drjg
ETItENGTII ASD HEALTH
If you are not feeltne strong" and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" bus left you weak and weary, use
Electric E Ultra. This remedy acts di
rectly on liver, ftomaeh and kldneys.een
tly aiding those orons 'o perform their
functions. If you are afflicted with irk
lic-iulicbe. you wili find speedy and per
manent relief by Ukin Electric Bitters.
One trinl will convince you that this i
the remedy you need. Large botties
only 5(c. at Hirlz & Bah n sen's drug
BUCKLER'S A2FICA BALTB
rhc best ealve in the world for cats.
T US08, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
wrea, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
.ores and all akin eruptions, and posi
i;ve!y cures piles, or no pay required. It
is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction
ir money refunded Pritv 25 cents per
ox. For sale bv Raj Bahnsen
When Baby was sick, we gave her Caatoria.
"When she was a Child, she cried for Cart aria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoris,
When bhe had Children, she gave then Oastoria.
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. a.
Lane's Familv Medicine moves
the bowels each day. Yost people need
t use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, (or comfort, for improve
ment of the complexion, use only Po
t mi's Powrl'-r- 'h-r- t- nothing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing ai to consumption.
Kemp's Balaam will stop the txragh at
The possibilities of lightning stroke are
admirably rammed op by Dr. J. L. Sulh
van, of Maiden, in a paper before the
Medico-Legal society, in these words.
"Lightning may heal as well as harm; it
may abolish sight, hearing and the power
of voluntary motion, or it may restore the
lost senses and cure paralysis. It may
strip the body naked and consume the
clothing, while the wearer escapes un
hurt, or it may consume the individual
and leave his garments untouched. One
person who is fatally struck may be
hurled violently to a distance, while an
other is left in the precise attitude and
spot in which death surprised him. One
case may present extensive anatomical
changes, such as amputation of limbs,
rupture of the heart, fracture of the bones,
while in another case no injury will be de
tected. "One autopsy will reveal softening of
bony structures, collapse of the lungs,
etc., while another will present precisely
opposite conditions. One thunder stricken
corpse may undergo rapjd putrefaction,
while another will remain for days un
changed. There may be sudden burning
of the body, or it may lie consumed slowly,
as if by spontaneous combustion, and only
gradually be reduced to ashes. Lastly, the
immediate disappearance of tbe stricken
person may occur without leaving a trace
of bis body or any of its parts, thus sum
marily relieving the medical examiner o(
A Clever Oraac-oatang;.
A French priest and dignitary of the
church. Father Carbasson, owned an orang
outang, which was very fond of him. On
one occasion the animal, escaping from the
house, followed his master to the church.
He mounted tbe Hounding board above the
pulpit, and lay perfectly quiet until the
sermon commenced. Then the creature
crept to the edge of the sounding board,
and, overlooking the preacher, imitated
every gesture uiade by the priest until the
congregation could not restrain their
laughter. The good father rebuked his
flock with very significant gestures. These
gestures were so grotesquely caricatured
by the animal that the people burst into
roars of laughter, and one of their num
ber, stepping forward, informed the priest
of the cause of their merriment. Harper's
A wr mull's f aui is t.ever lost.
So lotiii as her sweet smile remains
So Iodu hs letn ber teeth likefrot
Anil her soft hp the r by sUit.f-;
And cOZODONT. w tn music power
Bestows on her this rnre'ess dower.
Hot tprings (kin Ealve.
This salve is fttv preparation i
petrolatum combined with evnporatec
salts frmn the Hot Springs, Arkansas. i tl
is recommended for tn? and all &M'
troubles and eruptions. Hot Sprints
-bin Salve is pinicul rly rec mmendei
for P:mrl-, Eczema. Sire Nipples, I cb
Itehine Tiles. Tetter, B .rber's Itch, Scald
Head. Irritation and T'f-ingof the Sea p
One minute's timeotien makes a srea
difference a ooe minute remedy fir
Bronchitis, choking up of the thro ,
I'ings, etc., of course is a crest blessim .
Cubeb Cough Cure is su h a remedy.
Uubeb Cough Cure One Minute.
A lemarkable Discovery.
A remarkable discovery is one of tin
chronic proclamations of advertisers
Cubed Cough Cure is not such, it is a
established remedy wiib known merit,
rutde on sciebtifi.i princinles by txiK-i
enced chemists Ii tffirds instant e
I'ef, and is culled the one minute remed
fr it stops coughing at once, noes no
cure but gives temporary relief to coi.
iimptives. nd . bsoUuely cures ali oth ?
itt. cinns of the tbroit. lungs, etc. F' r
roup, wtioopttig coub at-d cold.- of
hiidren Cuoed Cough Cure is Vhjttrle
Kr-iuso's Headiciie Cap-ules unlik
muy rem dies are perfectly burmiess
nd contain no injurious substance, mho
will slop at.t kicd of a headache. wi
urev. oi headaches c tued by overindul:
re- in food f r dnt k lite at night. Prira
25j; for aiiehv -ini i-ris's
Vhat the Hon George ti Ve6. f ays u
regnrd to the i-upenoriti' of tbe llircb-b-rgV
eli imond acd lion-changeable; tpif
'I .ni us-Dg classi which I purchNser
rotn Prof. Kirschberg and they are th
rest 1 ever tritd; it affoni-i me gre
ileasnre to rvommend Prof. Hirschhert
8 an excellent optician, and bis glasne;
ire simply unequalled In rov experience
O O. Vest '
These spectacles are f.ir sale by T. H
Tborras asent for H-ck l lnnl.
Fits All tils stopped free by Dr.
K v:e's Great Nerve Restorer. No fits
after i tie first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to
fit casts. Send to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch
ureet, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
druggists: call on vours.
makes child birth easy,
Cclvin, La., Dec. 2, 198G. My wife used
MOTHEB'3 FHIEND before her third
confinement, and says she would not be
without it for hundreds of dollars.
Sent by express cn receipt of price. 1.E0 per bot
tle. Look " To Mothers " mailed free.
BftMOflEUO REGULATOR CO,
eoa aw naiomigiiiTt, ATUUfTAr OA,
Dr. Renison'a Bel'ab'e Remedy. Famous every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt aaa
efectnal Theorielsal romon' telvation. Prioe
tl sent 4itt, sealed; informatien free. Address
t'alea Meoical Co , B or tow, Mass.
rno asatren a yaod bustanw peaWon tn Win VforWa
!r ettrebonld write at once f or Prrwpeotos of the
awiooa aKwmymitan snaums Oollewe, Chtcaew.
aaiaal arlitlf orp4a-n rrwlnaaaa. latirS
iwaewn -o Aacraaa,
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAD ON
A fall and complete line of Platform and
v. w., v, B,miu( .uiui.u,uii hu uuipu iiiasiraiea xnce t,iei rree or
u Jication. Bee the MOLINK WAGON before purchasing-
av8nport Business College,
COMPLETE IN ALL.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDKESH
Roek Island Brass Foundry
KD ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kinds of bras?, bronze and alnminnra bronze casting, all shades and temper. Stake
a specialty of brass metal pattern and artistic work.
Sbcp 4kd OrncB At 1S11 First avennc, near Ferry landing, - . HOCK ISLANP.
J. MAGER, Propii-tor.
SEIVERS & ANDEiUOfl,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERh
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Offloe anet Shoo 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLA Xr.
Krery MAN r-ho would know the GRANT TRUTHS, the Plain Facts v
Old Secrets and the New Discoveries of Medical Se.en--e us niTliel
Married Life, should i.-nw for our wonderful litre nook, mile,'
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THE ERIE MEP'CAl CO.. Riirr.Lo. '
GEORGE SdlAFEB, Proprietor.
1601 Second Arenne, Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opuosite Harper's Theatre
The choicest Wine. Liquors, Beer and Cigars always on H
Free Lnnca Every Day
J. Mt CHRISTY,
A WOBD WITH YOR
This Beason we nave decid
ed to handle do cheap Rubbers,
we will sell Arctics and Rub
bers cheap, but they will not be
a cheap article.
We are desirous of hold
ing good trade and know it ean
not be done without it be made
from scrap rubber and coal tar.
I f y ou wi ?h experie d ce with
cheap Rubbers some other deal
r must supply it
rfcaa MMS, m sat, Boefc lataa.
other Spring W aeons, especially aaaptea to u
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR. H HIRSfiTrRvon
The well-known tmtlclan of 8 .iT', a,
(I. K. cor. 7iband t)live). Bt Toms ha.
appointed T. fl. Thomas as arent foV h
celcbrateo Diamond Snectacles and VvZ
glassee, and also for bis Dlam., kJT
Changeable hpecUclea and Hyeiriasso.
Ibe (riMsee are the trreatest iht ii,
ever made tn enectacies. B. a
consirnctlon of the Lens a persoii nVT
chaaing a pair of these Nonh.nibi.
blaa-es never has to change the
from the eyes, and every ta r , nrchwiKi
Is guaranteed, so that if thei ever ear
theeyer (no matter how or scratch.-,! trs
Lenses are) they will fnrnih tte btr?
with a new pair of classes free of ts,,
T. H. THOMAS tua fu I a-soralm
and inxites all to satisfy the. ... v'!
of the rreat eaperloritj of the..- ti .
over any anil all others now in ti-e ',.rsi
mid examine the samentT.il. . . n,.'
drafgisr and optician, Hoes I-i iiv!
No Peddler Supplirn
J. C DUNCAN, Proprietor.
, , OX li'f-CT ;
'ii ruiax i t .
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