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THE AltGUS, VTEDNESDAT. FEBKUxKY 8, 187.3.
Kntate of Dennis Warren, Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed a imin
IMcatur tiie estate of Dennis Warren, late
f the conaty of Rock Island, Mate of Illi
oils ersaeo, hereby pt'es notice thst be will
appear before the county court of Rock IslaDd
oomitv, sttbeofflcec-f the clerk of said coart,ta
UMtftjof Kck Island, at the March term, on
tketrai Monday in M arch next, at which time
afl pera ti havinceUlaia against aid estate are
anwfied and rttjuteU'd to attend, for the purpose
AH petaons indebted to said f state are reqoes-
"'fJatMl ls Tth day of January, A. D. 1S98.
FHILKmON L. MITVau-LL. Administrator.
BMINISTR VTO rt'fi NOTIO K
Estate of Wil ism H. Morrow. Deceased.
The BBlTsi(toed ha vine been appointed admin
toimtiirof the estate if willia-n H. M rrow, late
at the comity of Hock Island, slie of Illinois, de
anned. hereby gives notice that he will appear
More the county court of Kotk island coun
ty, at trie office of the clerk of ssld court. In
M.Hv of Kock Island, at the April term, on
tta. ant Monday in April iei, at which
Han all perrons having claims acs.i s said es
tate are notilied and requested to attain, for the
parnoee of having the same adjusted. All per
son indebtHd to said estate are request to
aire In -oertiate payment to the nndersienoa.
Dated tnia fith davof Ja?nay, A D. Ixfl3
Wl. N. MARTI. administrator.
8tatk op illinois. i
Roos Ihhbd ComrrT, f
lathe (Ircolt Court of Rock Island Comity to
Mmi Mar Teem. A. D. 1WW
ary Freetnaa vs. Maihal. Freeman,
MC Is hereby given t the said Mfrshall
Freejnar.. ht the abo e named eo-nplinant
twolore Oled her hlllof compliint in s id ennrt
pa thccl aa. errs de thereof, and that a summons
tbore opeu beii"-ued out of anid court anai"S the
sbov-1 amen defendant returnable nion the B'st
day of tin- term if the circuit conn of Rork Island
uvnty, to be helu at the court hon-e In Kock IkI
tavl, i , mM Kock I-la d conuty on the flrft Mon
day cv" M-.y. a. I) !:!. as ta required by law and
wkiab salt is 8' ill pending.
Dated I his Kod dav of rVbrnarv. A. D. 1898.
GEOKOK W. GAMBLE.
t lork of the Clrcnlt Conri.
SfeK"lry ft Mcc-niry. -oiiciiors.
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No
last, issaed out of the clerk's office of the circuit
mart of Rnek Inland county, and state of Illinois,
aad to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
raake the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained a.ainst L. Crocby, in fav..r of G W
MtfSiiraev.oiit of the land, tenements, goods and
attti In of the said defendant, L. t'roi-bv I
have levied noon the following property, to-wit:
Lots Four ( Five (5.) Six i6.t Seven (7.)
Eight iS.) in Mock Tmentj-nine (. In Water
town County of hock Inland and Mate of il'lnots.
Therefore, according to said command 1 shaliex
jMleeforaale at public auction all the ritfhi, title
and Interest of the above named, L. Cmsbv,
ak and to the above described property . tn Wednee
aay, the 1Mb. day of February, 1(403, at 9 o'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court honse
4n the city of Rock Island, in the county of Kock
(aland and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said execution and fe bill.
iMtod t Kock Island this Slat day cf January,
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island County. Illinois.
Jlmrg in Attachment.
STATU Of ILLINOIS,
Circuit court of Rock Island county. May term.
A. D. 1803.
The People's National Bank of Rock Island, Jll.,
as C. W. Mo er, In attachment.
eruhlir notice is hereby given to tbe said O. W
aj other tha' a writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of tuei lerk of the circuit court of Rock
Island leuntv, da'rd th-81nt dv of Jannarv, A.
(k. Imh, at the suit of the said People's National
Kant and a aln-t the etat of tne stid C. W.
Hasher O' t' e 8 ira of T n Thousand ($10,000 00)
aolUrs. directed to the sheriff of said R-k Island
oeai tj whicn said writ has been returned eie
sated. 4ow. therefire, anless you, the sid C. W.
Afeeht r, ll rsonally be and appear before the
aid circuit e nr of Kockl-land county on the
Mrst day of the i it t r n thereof, to he holden at
the cosrt house in the ciry of Roc Island, in stid
eoan y,on the 11 st d y or Mny. A. I) 183, give
eyeciHl b il and pie .d to the said plainti t s ac
tion jntigmen will be entered axainst yon, and
ta favor of tan said Peo:U 'n National Bnk, and
aa much of tne i rnperty attached miy be sof
aEictit lo sati fy the said judgment and costs, will
aeeo.Q to satUfy the same.
GE .RGRW. GAMBLE, Clork.
Jut. L. TTaas. Plaintiff's Attorney.
January 31. v. D. 1833.
BT4TK OF ILLINOIS. 1
ftOOK lSLWO CotJHTT. 1
In tha county court of said county to the Decern
ber lerm. A. D. 1HW.
R. Johns on, administrator to the es'ate of
salla Hartna'rl, deceased, vs Thos. Campbell,
Amelia K er. Tbeolore llariiagel, Wm. ilart
aajiel. and K win llarrnagel
Afflidavii of non-reidi nce nf the said Amelia
Cottar. Theodore Ilartnajel. Wm. Flartnapel, and
Mil win Hartnacrel h tving be -n tiled n the office of
aaa cioik f said county court, notice s hereh
ayiven to the aid Amelia Koher. 'Ihos. Camp
Mi,, Wm Hartuagel, Theoilore Hartnazel. and
Kdwin Hartnauel, ueirs of the said Korslla Ilart
nacel. de eased that tne said J. R. Johnston,
administrator fihees ate of Rosalia Hartnag I.
eecea-ed, II ed in the said ennnty court on the24'b
Aayof December, A D. his petition making
the said TDeodnre Hartnaiel. Emel a Koher,
Tho. Campbell, Wm. Hartnagel, and Edwin
Hartnagi'l, 'cfe'id ntfiand that summons there a .i
oabe isaed out of said onrt agn nst the above nam
aa defendants, retnrnahle on tne Urst diy of the
harm of said county c urt to he bold at the court
aoa-e In s ud county on the first Monday of Fub
raary A D. 18(f). as is by law required, and which
nit Is still pending.
Now mile you appear in said court on the fi-st
day of the Man h term thereof to be he d at the
enart house in th city nf Rock Island, in sud
eonntv and state on the first Monday of March A.
I. and plead, answer or demur to the peti
tion there in lil-d the same will be taken aa
confessed auamst yon and judgment there. n
ajjrair.st you entered accordingly.
Dated this 18 h. day of J inuarv, A. D. 1893.
UJ A l,M A R KOHL i K, Clerk.
MoEk-ht . cEnirt .-olicltors.
A8 WED1C1ME FAILED TO CURE YOU ?
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tan flr nor, Dvrpiri,i, T.-nne Hjk, lihr-nnmtirm,
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tj'.'jt l'i. lie. it h;ift"rv, nt'iO nf useM hv th forrmofi
rtfc)V7riJW throitjrno'tt tlie woifd, plvipff ttio p initio
f"iUlnGr currrnte v. In--it r.t: re r n.tia'o hn entire
(iT.AiitTiriafmvov-iiknttPAtheciirrt'Uttft unit Hlrvr
to'.w ;trt utTct"t. inxlnr.tly criiiftiifraiiiil'hT, 7lnw
ifttfvf.armtt aii(lr jr'.Tnatir.s' trcty o-van, that tipriti
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trtndfj. V',' warrnnt our hi Its tn riv t he tnir turmitn
mt ktrici'y bi.n enn In- ft it tmmt cjmte.y uiorj
chanrair, or wo frrMt S,tfMI. V'v Kunrnntw oiir
tit.'iit ,innrvfI V tf-v'r- hu-.np'Ty to kMARUK
llll'NUO 4-. I MFA Klr4l'F.I OlCI-ANKnr
stfty. Every Tomiff. mi!'!i-ifi'(l nnii M man sbuilid
ffi Tmv mnr I r, liM-IDire J'smfihW-ta
eutlua fcJertvjo ( a., mo La b.iu hl, cniClQO.
Dr. Benlson's Reliable Remedy. Famons every
where among the ladies as safe, prompt an
effectual Tbe original ouin' talvaiwn. Price
SI sent dl9ict, sealed; information free. Address
ton Mealcal Co., Boston, Mass.
OUIf&H A ff O IITII ftMtOTr P
WAN L 1 J " ?7
Wit AkITV ktfwa.
Trntftr, mrwT piihif
"I"'.' rr.from Nervont
A Fiiro Nsnvegian
Oil is the kind used
in the production
of Scott's Emul
phitesof Lime and
Soda are added
for their Aital ef
fect upon nerve
and brain. No
mystery surrounds this formula
the only mystery is how quickly
it builds up flesh and brings back
strength to the weak of all ages.
will check Consumption and is
indispensable in all wasting dis
eases. Prepared bv Pett ? Ttowns. N. Y. A't dureista.
k D. HUESING,
Hepresents. an one other time-tried ana vrel
known Flrelnsu ranee Companies he following
Royal Insnran re Company, of England.
Weachester Firs Ins. Company of N . ? .
Buffalo Oermai Ins. Co., BuCalo, N. Y.
Rochester Geman Ins. Co., Rochester, N. IT.
Oltiiens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
8nn Pire Office. London.
Onion Ins. Co.. of California.
Security Ins. Or .. New Hsven, CofiB.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wu
SennanPlrelni. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Crffloe C3or. 19th St., nd Sacond Ac.
HOCK ISLAND. TI,L.
HAYES A CLEAVELAND!
Representing; orer 40 Million Dollars
of Cash AsseU
Fire, X life,. Tornado.
Bonds of) Suretyship.
OPF1CB Room M, Mitchell. JLyade's block:
Kork Island, Ills.
tTgecare uar rates; they will intcres yoa.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Pire and Time-tried Companies
Losses ETomptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford,
Yoar Pa rnnaee l solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
ntJIce Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Hnltm Savlnes rat.s. Oreaniaed 18S9
5 PtfCEXT. INT IRKST . AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organlae1! ander State Lxws.
Opea from S s. m. to S - m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights froraT to 8pm
PaBTBH BKnrNRit, - - President
H. A. AiaswoBTB, - - Tice-Preaidant
J. F. HcaCNWaT. ... cashier
li Rarroas :
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H . A. Alnsworth,
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. Adama,
Andrew Pnb'irf'. ('. P. Hemenway,
H rat Uar'.inj:.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
male for pnv a pvtie In tha J Harden
spot ol the west by the
Orchard State Bank
f ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
S. W. Dbt, President.
J. S. Daet Cashier.
Mitchell ALyndc. Bankers.
J. P. Robinson, C.istier Rock Island National
O. C. Carter, M . D.
Benry Dart's Som. Wholesale Qrocers.
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the eflfeci s, points the remedy. This
is scientifically the most valuable, artistically
the most beautiful, medical book that has ap
peared for years ; c 6 pages, every pnge bearing
a halt-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subjects treated a' e Nervous Debility, lmpo
tency. Sterility, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intendint; Marriafre, etc.
fcvery man who wi.uld know the prand truths,
the plain acts, th.: old secret, and the new
discoveries of m ical sciei.ee 31 applied to
named life, who -would a-- - f- 'ollies
and avoid luture t itf:ii:r. .. for this
wonderful little h ok. M i f-ee
ander seal. Arldrrth,-' '
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POUTICb A3 CARtCR.
Fx.'tTuit.n Kdu:Tin.1s Atlviaea Tocng Men
to Care Cji r Cci upations.
he Cret duty of man is to provide by
honest meant ior the maintna'ice of him
Belt and his family tbr t is IT he have a
family. Honest politic? as a pursnit does
not furnish such means except in the small
class of administrative employments, ar.d
then only in a very meager degree. Every
person certainly in a republic ought to bo
a politician in some way, but to pursue a
political career as such implies much more.
Assuming, as may be safely done, that the
great majority of younpr citizens are honest,
fehe chances for them of a good political
career have many attractions, but if that
career is to be exclusive of the private pur
suit of some business or profession it vrill
be fonnd difficult and disappointing. In
deed only those of assnrol competence
could enter i:-.
In the century of onr politicnl existence
there have been very few, if indeed any, in
stances of the pursuit of polities as a career
otherwise than in the lowest and worst
forms to which we have alluded. The pol
iticians who have been mut largely useful
to the country and most often in public
service have been men still engaged in one
way or another in occupations common to
their fellow citizens, and they have been
called into public affairs by considerations
far other than personal self Beeking. They
came to possess and exercise power, not as
professional experts looking for employ
ment, but were called as the best represent
ative exponents of the social and political
views of the communities of which they
were homogeneous parts. This is the es
sential idea of representative government.
He is the best politician and will have
the best political career whose everyday
life and occupations are in contact and
sympathy with those of his fellow men. He
accepts public employment and exercises
public power as a dnty, and it may be as a
pleasure, when called to do it, and thus he
is able in the changes and chances of po
litical movements to leave them without
regret and fl himself again happily at
home in his former place among the people.
It wonld seem to follow that politics as a
career cannot be looked to by young Amer
icans as the bent choice of occupation in
life, and leaving aside considerations of in
dividual happiness and the faculties, tastes
and ambitions that affect it, the very prin
ciple and structure of a republic would
seem to be opposed to the idea of the profes
sion cf politics to be taken up and pursued
as law or medicine or engineering are, A
political class in a republic must always be
in danger of lieooming, or trying tobecome,
the master and dictator of political move
ments a trust of bossism and corruption,
of which t here is already an overabundance.
Ex-Sermtor Edmunds in Forum,
"Christopher North as an Athlete.
One always thinksof Wilson, as of Kings
ley, as a forerunner of muscular Christian
ityleaping twenty-three feet on a level;
walking over from London to Oxford
fifty-three miles in a night, six miles an
hour heel and toe walking (Wilson onee
made seventy miles in the highlands in
twenty-four hours); jumping tables at Am
brose's, or swallowing monstrous bo v.-Is of
whisky and milk at Scotch shicli::?, vhr-,
he paused for refreshments on Lis midti'vht
rambles through the bens ar.d glet-.f; r- in
uring highland lochs, fishing rex v: ' .;
and arriving late at lonely h:iiih v5:
basket, pockets and hut crown f:i .
trout; sailing on WindinrM-rc. j.t,.l r.',;
breeding at Elleray: trampim- .i-r the
Cumberland hills with the opinrn cater or
hunting bulls on horseback with prick of
At Oxford the tradition of his physical
powers lingered long, and even gave rise to
legends as of his joining a band of stroll
ing actors, and abiding in gypsy tents for a
season with a gypsy wife. All bis contem
poraries were impressed by his personal
vigor, the size of his chest, his florid com
plexion, the brightness of his eye, the
length of his limlwt. Ills portraits show a
certain aquiline cast of countenance and a
leonine air given him not, as in Landor's
case, by the cut of the features, but by the
length of tawny mane. De Quincy, how
ever, denies1 thitt Christopher was a hand
some man. His month and chin, he says,
were Ciceronian, but his hair was too light
and his blue eye lacked deptlj its bright
ness was superficial. II. A. Beers hi Cen
tury. Thoughts of a Fanciful Woman.
"Do yon know," icud a person recently
of course the "person" was a fanciful
woman "as 1 go about the city, rushing
through ticket offices at the ferries and
elevated stations, I feel impelled sometimes
to stop for a glimpse at the owner, if there
is any, of the mysterious hand which is al
ways being held out to ma At every
change in my course there is the box, the
aperture, and tbe hand taking in my
money and putt ing out my ticket. Some
times I think it must belong in all its mul
tiplication to one personality, some hun
dred armed Briarens, who is keeping it all
in motion at once, for it plica back and
.forth always with the same mechanical
'movement. Occasionally I speak at the
boxes, ask a question, and the voice which
replies, I am convinced, comes from the
hand, for I see nobody or nothing but that
five fingered automaton. There is some
thing positively uncanny about it all to
me. Did you ever think so?"
And the other "person," who was a prac
tical prosiac, matter of fact man, said,
"No, I never did." Her Toiiit cf View in
New York Times.
The Uarly Maine Schools.
The first schools in some Maine towns
have been attended with romantic circum
stances. The first 6thool in Guilford, for
want of a better place in which to fertilize
the young idea, was held "in the loft over
Captain Bennett's open shed." In Dexter
the first gathering of urchins for instruc
tion was "in Lieutenant Stafford's barn."
In Corinth the first school was held in the
open air nnder a large tree.
The first schoolroom in Exeter was per
haps as unique as any. Crotch ed poles
were set in the ground back of Mr. Barker's
barn and on these other poles were laid,
while around tbe sides loose boards were
set. np on end to iuclose the space where the
school wes held. Scholars of the present
Uty would look askance at such conven
iences. Lewislon Jonnicl.
A tjueer hpecie&.pf Parrot.
In New Zealand a species of parrot is
found that, finding its food entirely on the
ground, has lost tite power of flight. It
C Hers from the re-.t of its family only in
ti.is part icular and in Leisg almost voice
less. ijiiorts Afield.
KfcenmaUim Cnrsa tn a Day
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Neuralgia radically cures in rtne to three
days. Its action upon the system is re
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once the cause and tbe dieesse immed
iei f .!'eppers. The first dose greatly
benefits. Warranted by Otlo Grotjaa,
druggist, Rock Island.
A L.ttli Girl's Exoer.tne in a L f nth. ass.
Mr. and Mrs. L -rs n Tresco'.t eretcvep
ersof the gov. hthtti'iue at Sand Bench.
Mich., and are lle.d with a daughter,
four years old Lnjt April ebe was taken
down with mcHSles, followed witb a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at borne and at Detroit treated
ber, but in vain, sue grew wore rapidiy,
until she was a mere "handful of bones."
Thfn she tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after tbe use of two and a half bot
tles. was completely cured. They Bay
D: King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may get a trial
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G. G. Vest.'
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'When Baby was sick, we gave ner Hartoris.
When ebe was a Child, she cried for Castorla.
'When she became Kiss, she ehmg to Oastoria.
When she bad Children, sbe gave them Caatoria,
Children Cry for
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Cht.dren Cry for
For beauty, foi comfo l for improve
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You wm retnemher the condition I was In five
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imarantee la po":tiviy given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Seno k amp for
free nmn'c. jnarat.iee i.nl b our aj-'eut,
JAPANESE LIVEK. PELLETS
Acta like magic on tbrt ' tomach. Liver and Bw
es: direie I'lMlH-ia, Pi'lonine'a, Kever. Colds,
Jfervno J'isoriuiv,leple'-iiiie.l eis- of Appetite,
reetorw the tomplvrtion: perfect d'gesnon fol
lows heir use. l oeitive care tor Pick Headachb
nnd oittp-toii. email, mild, atjr to take. Large
Vial 'f 6f pi ls 28 rents.
UAhTZ VAbVUkV Sole enu Bock Island
A - .;,.Jrv
Phaetons, Surries,. Buggies, Spring and FarmWaJ
It will pay you to call and get cur Liw pr;t
Before Buying. 's
Factory and Ware room on Hth strtet between 1st ai.d 2d ave.
R tiil T..4. ..
The Moline Wapn Co,,
ManularCturers ol FARM. SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGCS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring vVatronfi, eppecia;) suptMK
wesiera iraae,oi vapanor wotmiwjpdiu mu ouiea iiiusirhiea rrrc Uetrrt
.ideation. See the MOLINE WAtHJM before nnrchM:nf!
lj ,.4.: j 1 4.: I -.4.: r
nUdllilH, dMU VCIIUIciUilii Lllll!
A complete line of Fipe, Brass Goods, Packiu Ecw
Fire Brick. Etc Largest and best equipped
eelablishment west of Chicago.
DAV1 nuj,. jfloline, HI. I 112. 114 West SeTer.eeiiiM
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
fr-v irvo rr-v o - -3 Xttt Trior
V JJJL UJL Ajj cl xxvl JL UXlUVa j
riaiif and fpeciflcatlons furnished on all clasres of work; alfo atrert
J aire bv mm' : 11 rT KS. Wu
-a -r io arTKB trrana. w rtju.iui tnt nu"". "ee. -saret X rrv
Forscle In Rock island by Harta & Bahnsen, M Ave. and 3tth trff'-
r(L3 to 6 DYa'
ftSgf C3-AND (3 k
WILL NOT CAUSE fiAl
rpaCl STRICTURE. A&KFOitfett
iMatj Bio Q no pain, M3 8ta.-n.?4 I
fctrV. "graucnowK tth mm Igvf
'T- i u tm-MU?Ta Sifl
. Central Chemieal lfc, $
V"f cajccro uu feona. f a
T H. THOMAS Sol" a cent
!nsan PvioftS hwtaprvf
r, .A,rK?r'- t.W- i'
IV L .fulVi.T t"vag rin.. h-r on I.t Vs
ffltettdtollR.KI.lNEj.y A--thSt..i,,!, ,,h., r.
TM impk sprlkatloa - raiMn Oramm' .lr.-ut
nr tsfrnal nHWn,, vltt t-rr at Trtirr.
r ay mmo i in k. iMnu, u-
tt-St., ftiltirtftia. r. onrnisiMalt
Rock Island Buggy Co.
M ANDFA01 TJESSS o
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
Telephone 2053. 1 Tlr-,rir.ii 1 1 4S. I
Rldnri Tlaobon 1 1P
1121 1133 FoarJi avesne. Residence 1119 K. ur'.h vlrJ-,r.
fcllcion Blind?, something new, stilish and ccirao.c. I
. 15 t? 1 -3 r "-: " 'V''rf ?'if" l'i. - "Vr.rjc ttr: I
Vi lffPot f .i I'.iw. r . ...-'i'e. dr. -.: hi.---. i'-T 1 r ','trt.:
Orcarvn in e1 lii,r se- ov - vr e -"Tf y .u:
won ana insanny. .iiiUitifiivcrumT un; 1:1 i( i -nTr-"
every a-ori.er e -n-- "
T. H. THOMAS.
! doctor. Kon-pci' ;.. ,.
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leiiarantee.1 dot -
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l ills ai.