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THE AIIGUS, FIttDAY. F-EliKUAliY 10. 1893.
Kelat-e of Wil lam H. Vorrow. Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of William H. M rrow, late
ot the county of Koch Island, su-a of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that re will appear
More the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, at the office of tba clerk of estd conn. In
Uieclty of Kock Island, at the April term, on
the tit Monday in April , at which
tree all persona haying claims airats said es
tate are nolittcd and requested to ath-tiu for the
aarpoae of having the same adjusted. All per
mm indebted to said estate are reqnested to
aaaae immed late payment to the underriimeii.
Bated this 9Sh day of January, A D.
WM. M. MARTIN, administrator.
BTATK OF ILLINOIS,
Fa he Circuit Court of Rock Island County to
-to Mar Term. A. D.
atan Freeman vs. Marshall Freenv n.
Notice la hereby given to the said Marshall
freewiac, that the abe e named complainant
Itveiafore filed her blllof romplatnt in tiid court
a (he chancery aide thrrof. and tbnt a snraroous
there upon be Issued nut of in Id court asainai the
atwve i aned defendant returnable niion the first
daw of the tf rm of the cir. uil court of Rook Island
canary, to Be helu at the conn hooe in Hock Isl
and, iu Said Kork I-la d o-jnntv on the first Mon
day of Mhy. A. D 189.1, as is required by law and
which salt if Si HI pending.
Dated rhis 2nd dv of r'tbrnarv. A. D. 180S.
UEOHGW Vi . UAMBLE,
Clerk rf trie Circuit Court.
MeKiiry A Mcfcniry. "o.icilors.
By virtue of a special execution and fee bill No.
64ST, issued out of the clerk's office of the circuit
court of Rook Island coonty, and state of Illinois
II to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recently
obtained avainst L. Crosby, in fav.ir of G W
McBornev.oiit of the lands. tenements, goods and
chattels of the said defendant, L. ro-br I
hare levied upon the following property, to-wit:
Lots Four (4, Five () Six .) Seven (7.)
Bht .) In block Tent)-nine (-.9.) ii. Water
town Coonty of hock Ii-land and Mate of II inois.
Therefore, according tosaid command 1 enallex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named, L. Crosby,
an and to the above described property, on Wednes
day. the 1Mb day of February, 1S9S, at 8 o'clo k
p. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Rock Island, in the county of Kock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said execution and Ke bill.
lmted at Rock Island this llsi day .f January,
A. P. 1SVS.I
Sheriff of Rock Island ( ounty, Illinois.
OTICSC IN i TT A CIIMEXT.
gTATR OY ILLINOIS.
Rock IslawdCocistt. I
lirenit court of Rock Island county. May term,
A. l. iw
Tbe People's National Bank of Rock Island, 111.,
w. C. W. Mw er. In attachment.
Public notice is hereby given to tbe said C. W
Mosbrr tha' a writ of attachment issued out of
tbe office of toe lerk of the circuit cosrt of Rock
Island onnty, daied the 81st dtv of Jannarv, A
t. 1891, at tbe suit of tbe said People'a National
Bank and a. ain-t the estate of tn said C. W.
Moshev or tl e sum of T n Thousand ($10,000 00)
dollars, directed to tbe sheriff of said Rock Island
cewnty wh:cn said writ has been returned exe
cuted. fci.w, therefore, unless yon, the siid C. W.
afoshi r. stall personally be and appear before the
said circuit e ur of Rock I-land connty on the
rat day of the t ext term thereof, to be taolden at
the court bouse in the city of Rock Island, in said
eonn y.on tbe fi st d y of May, A. D 1&3, give
special bil ai.d plead to the said plaintit a ae
ston jurgroen' will be entered acainst yon, and
hn favor of the said People's National Bunk, and
so much of trie i roperty attached as m ay be sof
eelwt to aati-fy the said judgment and costs, will
he sold to satisfy the same.
GB RGB W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
lis. L. Haas, Plaintiff, 'a Attorney.
Jaaaary 81. A. D. 1893.
BTVTK OF ILLINOIS, I
KotlK ISXD COCHTT. 1
la the county court of said county to the Decern
her 'lerni, A. D.
$. R. Johnson, administrator to the es'ate of
Rosalia Hartnagel, deceaa. d. va Thos. Campbell,
Amelia K"er. Tbeolore Hartnagcl, Win. Hart
aarel. and E twin Hartnagel -
Afflidavit of non-reid nee of tbe sa d Amelia
Koher. Theodore FWrtna-1, Wm. Hartnagel, and
Kdwin Hartnagel hiving be n tiled in the office of
lha clerk of said county court, notice s hereon
eyen to the said Amelia Koher, Ibos. Camp
Kail, Wm. Hartnagel, Theodore Hartnaeel. and
Edwin Hartnat'el, neirs of the said Koralia Hart
agel. de eased that the said J. R. Johnston,
administrator f the estate of Rosalia Hannag 1.
deceased, fl ed in the said contity court "n the24'h
stay of December, A. D. 12, his petition making
tbe said Theodore Ilartnael, Emel a Koher,
Thoa. Campbell, Wm. Hartnagel, and Edwin
Bartnagel, onfenduntg and that summons there sp
an be issaed out of said court aga nst the above nam
es defeodan's. returnable on the first day of the
term of said coonty court to be held at the court
honse in s nd county on the first Monday of Feb
rnary A D. 1893. as is by law required, and which
salt is still pending.
Mow nnless you appear in said eonrt on the first
day of the Marrh term thereof to be held at the
coart house in thn city of Rock Island, in said
enuntv and state on the first Monday of March A.
ff. 18M, and plead, answer or demar to the peti
tion there In filed the aame will be taken as
confessed acairst yon and Judgment therein
against yon entered accordingly.
Dated this 18ih, day of Jinuarv, A. D. 1S93.
H.l a:.M AR KOHLKR, Clerk.
McEniRT cEhirt .wohciUirs.
2ajrjr Sio3 days r :X
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where among the ladies as safe, prompt anr
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aton Medical Co., Boston, Be ass.
cu I e SV jV -o ITHl
SlTAa.l-rriiB.wii. A Maevrl
lnu la iQo-
tsw mKT tut
Perfesi Baby flealth
health in the
y e a r s t o
come. W"ien v e see in children
tendencies to weakness, we know
they are ttissing the life of food
taken, ' This loss is overcome by
of Cod Liver Oil, with Hypophos
phites, a fit-food that builds up
appetite and produces flesh at a
rate that appears magical.
Almost rs palatable o.s mule
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Dr. Mih Xn'.ieal Co., mkXart, Ind.
GK!rn.iarE! : I feci it my duty, as well as a
pleasure, to pub: Ish, unsolicited, to the world tbe
benefit received from p. ajica- RttToMTivt
RtMCDiva. I vas stricken down with Heart
xMeae ana its complications, a rapid pnlse vary
ing from 90 to 10 beats per minute, a c bolting or
burning sensaUt n in the wind pipe, oppression
(rton of the heart and below lower rib, pain in the
arms, abortneas f breath, sleeplessness, weakness
and general deb.lity. Tbe arteries in my neck
would throb viol antly, tbe throbbi ag of my bean
could be beard across a large room and would
shake my wbole body. I was so nervous that I
could not bold my band steady. J have earn
wsuter t trrtu nam of ewdiusH phvairamt,
hmre talen ffoitcm of ftlsil Mod ieime
eUAow Me ll borne. A friend recom
mended your rt medles. She was cured by Dr.
Miles' remedies. I have taken .
three boulea of your New fTI IDirn
Heart Cure and two bottles wa tl l i-
Nervine. My pclse is normal, I have DO more
violent throbbinf of tha heart, aw a wctL man.
I si neerely reeon mend every one with svmptoms
rtHeartMaeaaslaa jfaa Meotorm-
Gypsum City, t ans. L. L. Cakkxb.
Sold on a Fwaitive Coaranles.
ON MNCV ft ITU HE D.
IT SAVED HIS BABY.
What better recomendation can
Here is a remedy tfcat never
fails in case of croup.
Remeriib.ir the name.
It is Raid's German Uough
and Kidney Cure.
Here is the testimony of one
who has tried it.
Kansas City, Mo., Nov 30, '92
Sylvan Remedy Co.
Gmtlemen; My baby, nine
teen month 3 old, is very much
subj'-c" to cronp Recently, we
have been induced to u?e Reid's
German Cough and Kidney
Cure and wa no longer dread
the attack. Two doses gives
fnll relief. We give it freely
and do not fear an overdose.
J. W. Marsh.
Mgr. Dep-t 202 E. Fifth St ,
Transfer Co. Kansas Citv, M .
and how to attain it.
At last a medical work that tells the causes,
describes the eflei ts, points the remedy. This
is scientifically tl e most valuable, artistically
the most beautifu , medical book that bas ap
peared for years ; 96 pages, every page bearing
a half-tone illustration in tints. Some of the
subiects treated .re Nervous Debility, Irnpo
tency, Sterilitv, Development, Varicocele, The
Husband, Those intending Marriage, etc.
Every man who ould know the grand truths,
the plain facts, tl e old secrets, and the new
discoveries of medical science ss applied to
married life, who would a.'-. f t I'Rst 'ollies
and avoid future pitfalb. -r th s
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d'len n dirfrTr.1. t m'.i
Irutne ut tHal Bottle trr; to
Iyiar exr'vn.ctia!?--. on bo w'.q
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Danciii-,- tl:r Creea.
One happy Bucilay, le.ts in the golden
September affrncon and in n remote mfjun
tsin village x-c raute upur. Wallaclw tliiio
Ingon a tir.T green by the church, to the
music of two gypsies ia peasant dress, wi.h
the tails of their white shirts sticking out
like little skirts below their sleeveless jack
ets. Had we seen it on the stage, we should
have pronounced it overdone, so great was
the excess of costume. Spangles and tinsel
glittered on the aprons of the girls; row
npon row of gold and silver and scarlet
beads hung about their necks; long ribbons
streamed from their plaited hair, and the
tip of a peacock's feather or a flower was
tuck In their gorgeous handkerchiefs over
each ear. Large bunches of peacock feath
ers were in the men's hats, their wide belts
were studded close with brass, and bells
around their boots pealed at every move
ment. Two by two they walked around the
green, holding themselves and taking their
steps with a stateliness and grace rarely
surpassed by the professional dancer, and
then suddenly they began twirling, the
white skirts and aprons of the girls flying
and showing all their high red boots, the
men now and then throwing back their
heads and singing wild snatches of impro
vised song. Once or twice a girl smiled,
but it was mostly a solemn performance,
like a mystic dance sacred to the gods, and
there was an impressive oriental monotony
In the tune to which they danced, cracked
though the fiddles of the gypsies were. We
stood looking with the people of the village,
a Roumanian woman's arm about my
waist, while the sun went down and the
moon rose beyond the bank of trees behiv l
the dancers, and we left them there twirl
ing and singing in the silver moonlight,
like the Phrygian girls whom the summer
evening of old saw. Mrs. Pennell in Cen
tury. On Printers' Proofs.
Now proof sheets, as none but their slaves
and victims know, easily take hifrh rank in
that class of inanimate things which is pos
sessed of the evil. The essentially modern
imagination might call them the electric
cars of the literary profession. Without
regard to life or limb they roll crashing
into that margin of existence which is re
served for other human exactions. They
lie in wait for one's honrof maddening pre
engagement. They lurk, watching for
one's direst emergency. They select the
confusing occasions of public amusement,
and are well known to prefer a house full
of company. They delight to hit the eve of
a journey. They meet the exhausted trav
eler at the door of his hotel. In the house
of his friend he becometh a hermit and
sitteth solitary correcting his galleys in
the face of the offended host, who is "a re
cent acquaintance and impressed with the
bad manners of the literary class.
The proof sheet delights to detain one
from the reception given in honor of the
author. It pursues one to the foot of the
lecture platform and to the pulpit stairs.
It loveth Christmas eve and house clean
ing. It alms even at the wedding day. It
haunts the sickroom. It shows a ghoulish
interest in the crises of bereavement. I
have repeatedly known it to pnrsne funer
als, and to call the mourner from the coffin,
or meet him as he returns from the
grave. On such timely and welcome occa
sions the printer's brief command. "Ket-.irn
Immediately," stares in the face the i:r.
fortunate who has vainly hoped f:r the
freedom of an hour of sorrow orf iov.--Elizabeth
Stuart Thelps Ward in 1 ... -j);V:..
A Writing Desk for the T!li-u'..
A most ingeniousand humane device I. us
been invented by Dr. Slater for training
the blind to better transfer their thoughts
to writing. The invention is a writ ing desk,
which consists essentially of a light frame
slightly wider than the paper to tie written
npon, but more than twice its length. A
metallic rod runs across the frame, holding
the paper in its place and acting as a guide
to the fingers of the writer in moving his
hand straight across the paper. Along this
rod slides a thimblelike "slipper," into
which the third or fourt h finger of the hand
may be placed by the writer, who is thus
enabled to mark any posit ion on the line,
or to keep a fixed position for his hand
while moving along the rod, and, if he has
any occasion to stop in the middle of his
work, he will always be able to recommence
exactly in the same place.
In the face of one side of the frame notches
are cut corresponding with the space tie
tween the. lines, and when one line has
been written the writer places the left fore
finger in the first notch and moves up the
paper slide with his thumb until it stops
against his forefinger, when the paper will
be in posit ion for the writing of the next
line. Upon the slide at the left hand is a
brass Kir, by t ouching which with t he point
of the pea or pencil the writer can deter
mine the position for beginning. rittsburj;
Thirteen at Dinner.
It is a well known superstition that if
thirteen people t-.it at a table together one
of them will die lief ore the end of the year.
The origin of this belief may be traced to
the paschal supper. It has been said that
on the fateful night when the steamship
Ville dn Havre went down with hundreds
of souls on board, thirteen persons sat at
the captain's t abl.
There are those living who tell the stranrre
tale that the ship's commander noticed th is
fact toward the end of the meal and, turn
ing deadly pale, arose from his seat and
fairly staggered from the room.
It scores one in favor of the superstition,
but whether the story is true or not the
celebrated Thirteen club, of Xew York, hns
triumphed over the fate connected with this
unlucky number, as during a period of sev
eral years they have been particularly for
tunate in having no skeleton sit at the
feast, notwithstanding the fact that thir
teen is the number of persons required to
gather ronnd the festal board, and their
menu cards axe illuminated with such
cheerful emblems as skulls and crossbones,
coffins and the like. New York Xews,
Webster's Last Words.
The statement has so gone into history
and has lieen geuerally accepted that Web
Bter's last words were, "I still live."
A gentleman who was present at the
deathbed of the greet orator and statesman
contradicts this to a certain extent. This
gentleman says that Miort'.y before his
death he said very faintly, ' I still live,"
and immediately after almost in the same
breath, but in a whisper so low that it i
hardly audible "Give me more brandy."
This seems quit probable, a life had been
kept in the dying man by the aid of stimu
lants for some time, and Webster knew it
and knew that that alone could keep him
alive. New York Herald. '
XtenmatlsM Cnreci in Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism and
Neuralgia radically cures in one to three
days- Its action upon the eyptem is re
markable and mysterious It removes a
once the cause and the disetse immed
.t! t Ihnprjears. The first dose crestly
benefits. Warranted by Otto Grotjao,
droRntt, Rock Iel&nd.
A L'.itU Qiri'a Exnar.ene. tn a h ghth-.ne.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treecott are keep
ers of the gov. ligbthouae at Band Beach.
Mich., and are blessed with a daughter,
four years old. Last April 6he was taken
down with messles, followed witn a
dreadful cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at borne and at Detroit treated
her, but in vain, she grew worse rapidiy,
until she was a mere "handful of bones."
Then fbe tried Dr. King's New Discovery
and after tbe use of two and a half bot
tles, was completely cured. They say
Di. King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may get a trial
bottle free at Banc & Babnsen's drag
STRENGTH ADD HEALTH
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary, use
Electric Bitters. This remedy acts di
rectly on liver, stomach and kldneys.gen
tly aiding those organs t perform their
functions. If you are sfflicted with sick
headache. 50U will find speedy and per
manent relief by taking Electric Bitters.
One triil iH convince you that this is
be rt-roedy ynu need. Large bottles
only 5tV. at Htrz A B&hnsen's drug
Srr KI.&K'B ABHICA tlALVS.
7j;. -tit St! la il. ir!d for cats,
'(.us::, :'., ulcers, salt rtjeutn, fever
ei.Trc, tvt-. cbaryed hands, chilblains,
ccrr.x -.v; ft1! ?fein eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no psy required. It
is iwrantecd to give perfect satijfact'.on
r cioney refunded. Price 25 coatE per
cox. Kor Bale bv Hartc A B.hnHic.
Kansas House to Be Tested.
TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. 9. The Populists
have finally made up their minds to give
the Republicans a chance to test the legal
ity of their house organization. The Popu
list house in committee of the whole at 4
o'clock yesterday afternoon recommended
for passage a legislative appropriation bill.
The bill has been carefully drawn and is
designed as a test of the legality of the
Populist house, which the Republicans de
sire to make in the supreme court.
Steamer Taaric Overdue.
New Yokk, Feb. 9. The White Star
line steamer Tauric, which was due here
Monday from Liverpool, has not yet ar
rived, bhc has aboard twelve valuable
race horses consigned to this country by
Colonel North, the "nitrate king." Ttit
horses are bound for Chicago, where they
will compete for some of the crack purses
Pigmies vs. Giants -Lilliputian
as tbey are in size (being no larger
than mnstard reeds), they achieve result that
their Probdingnagidn opponents utterly fail in. We
refer to the efficacy of the pjwerfnl p reparation
known as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, com
pared wit h that or their eifiotic competitors, the
old style pill. Try the little giants, when dys
pepsia, liver complaint, constipation, billoasness,
or any kindred ills asrail yon, and joa'U make
no mistake they'll disap pear at once.
Wbea Baby was sick, we gav ner ttassoria.
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she dung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gava tkem Castoria.
Children Cry for
Line's Family Medicine moves
the Gowels etch da.y.Moet people need
to nse it
Ohicen Cry for
For tw auty, for comfo ? for improve
rn-nt of the complexion lse only Po
soni's Powrier: 'her a a.it;ing eouai to.
ChUdret. Cry for
Coughing leads - to tens: miMion.
Ketiip's rUi.n, win toi- ;t-r touch at
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Joint9, Neuralgia, Sprains, &C
Before you need to toy, ODtaia
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Plans and specifications fnmihed on all classes of work; alfo accM for V'cw k.
fcliuin Blinds, something new, stylish and desirable,
Proprletoror of the Brady street
Ail kinds of Cat Flowers Constantly on hano.
ureen Bootes Flower Store-
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pnppositones. Ointment in Capsule, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for External, Blind or
Bleedins ItohlnR, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
ruea, rsKALa wkaskxssbs and many other dis
eases; it is always a freat benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of s medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter Tots Remedy has sever (Men known
to fall per box, for fS; aent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
guarantee is poeitivly given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send sump for
rresamle. tinaracute issatd by our ajfeat. w.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like magic on tha stomach. Liver and Bsw
es; dtspels Uyspepsis, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
fervoas Disordera,SIeeplessness,Los of Appetite,
restores the complection; perfect digesnon fol
lows tbetr uae. Positive care for 8ica Bbadachi
vtaicSiK mi,d M,uhe- L"?e
BABTZ A BABNSiK Sole Agents Kock Island
REAL ESTATE LOA
male for pnviti piriier iu ti;'
spot ol the west tj the 1
Orchard State Bs
f OKCUARO, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dart. President.
J.S. Dai Cv
J. C Robinson, Cashier Ko l--- ''1
O. C.Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sens, Wholes G"T