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8WCXMXT & WALKER.
Attokxets asd rorimsixoRa AT LAW
uaV la Baafataa'a block. Hack UlaaA. 111.
CHARLES J. 8EARLE.
Attorkkt atlaw-lkgal busixrss fir
all kind pfiompujr anenAcd to. ute Ai
tanwy t Bonk If land Coaat. Office: Pnat
McENIRY fk McENIRT.
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nvru m i.ik, wen. uare u romtamca
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t!TAt. CC1IGBONS- Viatacn Lade
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GEO. P. STATJDITHAR.
B RCBtTBCT lacr aad aapinlMttaatiaai
H caar aa bauetua. Kjaaa at aaa la
all fk LjTBda asitaib. caaa BLavatoB
i for all
FEASTED FOR ONCE
k Model ThankBsivinj Day Cel
D ration at Chicago
Piaclkal taataac ta fEkaritw laralcaCaA
tlaa tuaaala Taa ChlMraa rfcaraaf
V9 taa Paatltata aad amsat Taaaa
aHIa Saaara Maala Aa Vaaaawa aa
arta Laylaa; the Cacacttaaa a
Chicago. Dec. 1. Thankagiviug day Is
aaivcraal holiday In this city, nor art
the pleas ef tba president aod gorernot'a
pToclamatioa for tboee who bare littl to
betbaokrui (or unheeded. Tba beaeo
leat citixen and "cilorenBc" bad A large
BM before then this year, and it roar ba
aaid that It was exweted as well as usual.
Kaoa X, BitcaeU Lrade block
Soecial Service Mid-
life Worth Living?
Oiiumrnoin (.K-tobrr -1. the t;reat
Kixk Iland route inauzursted A
riailr thmugh tonriet car line be
tween Cbira;o and La Anp lpa, via
the Cktrarn. ItncV Ialatld a I'aciCc
to Kana City and Ft. worth, and
hence r the Texaa Pacific to El
I'aso and Smlhern Pacifiic to Los
ArtanjreiucBt has been concluded
i to ran this car oa to San Francisco
br this soutkera route, which is aa
excellent one in winter season. Re
member, this cr Icares Cbicap
daily at !. m. br the frrest Kock
The abnTe mentioned tourist line
is in addition to the doable weekly
perticr from Chicago, Tuesday and
Thardar via Kock IsUnd route.
Dearer Rio Grande and Southern
' Pacific tbrouffb Pueblo, Salt Lake,
Ojden and San Francisco to Los An.
Low rate and excellent acrrice,
' coupled with the fast time made by
vasaenscrs on these tourist cars.
make them as they denerrc, erjr
Any coupon ticket agent can gire
f acta as to rates, aad remember
aaeoad class tickets arc Accepted on
Address for foil particulars.
JOM EaaAaTtAV. 0. T.
CB. I AP.aV- Chicago
Tkat Ocpeaoa Cpoa Tear Health.
Will oar yoa aad keep yen well.
For sale at H arret Boom Pbaraary.
LABOR. TIME, UOHEI
te it your own way.
at is Tho beet Soap Baade
For M ashing llackine vie.
CBiCAfSO PUBUC LIBKAJiT.
And that is saying much. The event of
importance to the menial nourishment of
the city was the laying of the corner-stone
of the new public library building, which
occupies the half block on the west aide of
Michigan avenue and between KaadolDb
and Washington streeta.
UM Ita FMBflatlaa Drf.
The eat i mated coat of the building com
plete is $1,800,000, whicb is the same aa to-
iy that it will cot a good deal more.
Ground wa broken for the structreu
July 27, and work was begun on an
extensive acale at once. The library offi
cers say that there is no building in Chi
cago which ua a foundation that will
compare with the one put in for the li
brary. At the point of its location, oa
Michigan avenue between Randolph aad
Wa.hington street, hard pan ia no less
than eighty feet from the surface of the
earth and in some places it is more. Into
this hard pan were driven the piles which
support the foundation proper. Of
course no pila could be tuand which
would reach that depth, so the earth was
excavated deep enough to enable the piles
when driven ia the bottom of the excava
tion to -reach the hard pan.
firaafl Araay Memorial Ball.
Not alone as a library is tbe building of
interest. In tbe north end ef tlie first
floor will be a U. A. K. memorial hall.
The library portion of the building will
contain tbe regular nnblic library of the
city, which is now In very craaaoed anar-
ten in tbe top Boor of tbe city ball. Tbe I fT
cornerstone was laid ia tbe afternoon at
at the southeast corner and really marked
the end of laying foundations. The exer
cises were very abort and simple. Chair
man LVrrobard Moos, of the buildings aod
grounds commit (re. presided. Mayor
Swift wade a few remarks aad Rabbi Emil
6. Hirach and Daniel L. Sborey, who was
a member of the library luard of directors
twenty years ago, drliveted brief ad
dresses, and tbe stone, containing tbe cus
tomary document, picture aad souvenirs.
is placed ia posit ion. It is expected that
a library will be completed and in active
use witbm the next two years. There was
a large throng present at tbe ceremonies.
.THE DESERVING ALL WELL FED.
A ay Aaaoaat f Tarttey saw Other Neoas
Times are hard, but. so thoroughly has
tbe philanthropic citiren done his work
that it may be said that no deserving
resident of Chicago need go to bed
hungry today. One of the mos t compre
hensive efforts in behalf of the poor was
made by the rupils of tbe public schools.
In many of tbe schools the children had
been bnay during two or three days ac
cumulating provisions of all kinds, cloth
ing and money, and these wereditributed
among thote who are in need. For a week
the children had been looking tip cases of
destitution, and tbey knew where their
charity wocld do the most good. Ia
many of tbe schools there were pupils
who were themselves in need of aid. and
whose parents bad no means with which
to secure the delights of turkey and cran
berry sauce and mince pie, but they were
The purse strings of the philanthropic
were open, and one or another of l be van
ana institutions of alniKrivinc did not ner-
' mit any of tbe deserving poor to suffer. At
the headquarters of tbe various aid socie
ties there bad been a continuous inflow of
good things; the outflow was equally re
marked. At the homes for children the
tots were civen a feast of good tbinz.
? and even tueconimissardeparttuent at the
county jail gave the prisoners something to
be thankful for, providing a belter dinner
than usually ta Ua to tlie lot of tue male- !
factors behind the prison bars.
Many churches made the occasion one of
helping the poor, and from the congrega
tions of the rich vrcnt out thousands of
tv.rkeysand other good things tor the en
joyment of the less fortunate ones. Most
of the churches also neld special services
and where they did not their congrega
tions united in union services with other
churches. Tbe lodging bouses for poor
a and women oa the west aide elid not
forget the day, and at one, tbe "Friend
ship," there was a feast fit for a king, and
probanly WOgursts. AmoDg those specially
invited and who were present at this feast
ware county officials, aldermen and Jus
tices, aad honorable judges of the
Cook county oourta. Iba menu began
with blue points, aad closed with ice
cream, while Nevins band supplied music.
At this bouse a meal can be got for U
Probably the private generosity that
will reach farthest is the one by ml icb
every widow with little children in this
city who saw tbe widely pnbiished notice
of the distribution was supplied with a
turkey and a -basket of groceries today at
tbe leaeonnesa Home, corner Dearborn
avenue and Ohio atreet. This was the
work of a man who does not believe ia
letting tbe left hand know what the right
hand does, and even the reporter do not
anew wno ne is.
tvaatamoai tbe law of
twaatiy obauiliuj th familiar rxxur
Mce about him, eroa aaa boy. When
ho wao only 10 yean old, he sat at the
dimser table one day stiildns; hia plate
with bis knife aad then listening- to the
What are you doing with that plate,
Blaise' asked his sister.
8ee," he replied. 'When I strike the
plate with my knife, it rings. Harkr
Again he called forth the sound.
"When I grasp it with my hand bo,"
he continued, "the aoand ceases, l won
der why it is?" Youths Companion.
I tconfht ahy tridc-bed to have decked, swee
Aad cot have strewed thy aseve." .
Tbe Datrish qa en was ant ao exemplary w Ife
bat was aosttles aince-e ta her grief at Ophe
lia' deals In every land we ta e tbe pore.t and
ee!est at kve'a aaoghtcra tatbered -o early
eravra. A peifectly reliable enra for fetaale
coaplarats. is Dr. Plerc's Faort p-Ir.-cript'm,
a aediclce beyond all praim, wtreb baa saved
many s young life threatened by tbe Insidious
app'oaca of (Urease For chronic- teaa'e de
rangement, weak bark. lasitndc, netvjam-ss
and woor appetite, tt is without aa eawat; a e. a
errns tonic, a fo nerritM. purely vrgetaN-, and
warranted t trite a't-f etion. or the irk S1H
refutMla". TM guarantee :s always adhered to.
When Rihy was sick, we eaxr - i-atanrta.
trim ,-ho was a Child, she. tried for Cost aria.
STiea fie hecame Mirw, ri! d-m n Csorkv
"V-n tt had Child rwt, sue avhetn Castors
Children Cry for
1 title's Family Medicine mores tbe
bowels each day. Mftt penpie need
to us it.
. Orst-;en Cryfor
Coufibirir leads to ctHumitin.
Kemp's Balsam wijl stop the cough
'ChUdrei Cry for
A IaAUI S tuillt
Is sot conipltetc x
without aa ideal
Combines every element of
beauty and parity. It is beauti
fying, soothing, healing, health
ful, and harinless, and when
rightly used is invisible. A most
delicate and desirable protection
to the face in this Hima,
ItsiitBpoaliiTiBf the tmiaa,
are all caused by
fie warned Nature mast be as
sisted to throw off the porwns. For 4y
this purpose nothing can eqpal &
Nature's own assistant A
A pore Vegetable Coaapoend of
Herbs. Barks, end Ront. Contains
no acids or mineral poisonv
II H as r-ln'.le aa th Unntc fiTEnrHnd.
All that r elainml ur it. It will ao. Stau
balUl Ail .IrUf ;if.
IfEAt-r A Btortow,
pi GraiMl Ave., New Mws, Oaaa.
Estate of Joseph Bnrkhardt, Deeeaoed.
Tne aadeisiauad haviaa beea aDOoraaed - e
entria of tbe last will and txftasaent of aoaeph
Bi! karat, late at tae eoaiity ot hock lsiaao," .
if Illinois, decaaeed, hreby give aotiee that ah
will aanear before theeonntvemrrtof Bock Island
coanty, at the oak ef the clerk of said caart, ia
tbe city otKocs. island, at tae 4 ana-try term oa
the art Moadav in January next, at whieh tiaie
all parsoas haviac claim avanst raid estate are
eoUSrS reqqeed to atu-od, tT tha parpasa
nr owing; ine hm muu-ieu. n 11 pcoy, ta.
dobtMi toaaidesa.le are reignesled to make isc
mediate payaect satbe andsicned.
Dated thi- 9Hh dav of Octhr, A. D . lCO.
SOFTIIJa AfiATUtt BL'KKBSR'tT.
H txrr.MV xorit-K.
STATh OF ILLINOIS.
Roc-B IsLasD Cocsrv. f
la the e rew't coart of said Rock lland co:nt3y
Khanl it Jadfnn. romiplauiaat. vs. Ueorpe F.
ComMcok. Jr.. Cornelia . Onmstork, fat lioe
A. fjonstock. f3eorire M . Williaan and Edward
R. Ja eon. Jr .as tae latter two are, executors of
he lac will and i-am. n' of CTB. Willuaas,
deceased; B. Jerri Van Vleck. Christopher C
Bradley, (ietrrss- K. Kennedy aad Alfred A.
Hows t. ar tha latter two are ex -oators of the
last will and testament of 4-1 Norton, deceased ;
Albert P Fowl. r. aa he is adurnistrator wi b the
will anDexcd of Seorse V. Coiastock. dectaof d;
Asylnm. tha Mrarur Home Asaociation, the
House of tie ood hepnerd, Jalia Green. Julia
N. Wreen. Cotaella tine. a. Helen i. Cnea.Mck,
Aiexanoer U oastock, Simael 1. Comsrsea,
Racael Noxrn.Thoaaa E. fatterson. Edith Pat-
trrsoa and t'orncl'a N. Lace. tctendast.
T aaid above named parties, defendant and
ev-ry one of thea:
ua and eats at vr n are hereby notided that the
above entitled rait a now Dendinv in said eneatt
coart in and for the eozory of Rock Island, in th
Mate or lllia-av aad that snmraons hss beea isaaee
a.-ainst yoa thef-lni Now, aalesa yon shaJl per-s-ical'.v
be and apnear bafr.re the -aid coart on
iae am days tae next tera tnereoi. to tie nwiaen
in the court aonse in tkc city of of Rock Island,
in said Rock blaadannntv.ou the first Moadav
eff Jsnaary ae.t. To which time and place the said
snmaon is made returnable, and except, plead,
answer ordeaar to the bill of complamt ta said
sun, aieu. inai lie tame win ae taaen r eoa
temed against yoa, and decree eotered asaord-aely.
i.att-a at rock Island. Illinois, tats SKh- dav of
Sovemtier, A. D. 1MSH.
Clerk of eal&Ckmrt.
Uesbs rcrxavCeasplainant's Solicitor.
hari.ikHirLiff 4- tirviif
'riU; IjAt'r" t!;3ill
"1!' 1 a Vis
Will Make .90m Xea Idle.
YAirARAlso, Ind., Dec l.-Wben the
workmen oa the work train of tho Pitta
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago railroad
rajturned from work tbey were notified that
aa cedcr had beea aasrtod to retreach aad
tao traia would belaid off. Forty assa
win batarowa outef work la tbis city.
ThkoTder was issned.to alt wotk traiat
PrtbaraT aa Chicago, aad wtU
ver SMO Bsaa. -
OOO . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . OOO
lr.tantly remove and forever d-trojr ob-
c. jecitonable h!r,vitather upon the hanis,
f nee. arm. or nee, without dt.coltira'inn
C or injury to the taoet delicate skin. It was
! ra nrrr rvaas tsb cblt roRsrt.4 or ".
O K-a-st s Wiiaos. acknnwlecged by physi- c
;r.loB ae the highest authority and "tha -
c aostealnent dermaoln0t and hatr.peria- 5
- IM that ever lived. Dnrinc hl.orivate prac-
Uce of a life-tint among the nnbltty and ar- 'm
. I lor racy of Europe be prescribed this re-
cipe. pB'ffi, Si by srail. . ca -el.v packed.
O CorfenndaBoecnAitentis'. itole Arenr S
rforAmenca. Addrve TUS hKOOKCM !
KOOTUAIKGMOt-KCO Dept. K., S" q
bouth &th avense. New York. :
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tMi f lgST r4AWKCC3
' Ua-Si 4 rlfrat
I tf - -jA lataple
I lJSe."Bt" Jf aWtXIt
I dBaaasB fmaBsss
a KKii.i j. 1
( HtsiEit aarii e.
8TATB OF ILLINOIS
Kock IsLasn Cmr. i
To the Jannary tera A. D. last, c'reuit ooart, in
Mar Tattle, comnlainant. va. Jobrt Twtti
Royal Ta'tie, William Tattle, Isaac Tattle,
t-ww iTniK-. aarr . avail. .vaia se. -rani
Carria P. Tattle, H. W. Tattle, Alys L. Tattle.
Aiva 1 inrue. ins unknown heirs st law
or wh as F. au tie. aeces-cd, the un
untamra heir at law of John M. Tnoie. de
ceased, tba unknown heir at law ot naK4n ft
t tittle, deceased, tbe unknown heir a.r
we-e 1 utues aeceae.tl. tae unaaown owners of
we loiioanax uafls in township seventeen 417)
t orth rtace two l, west of tbe fourth priocipal
meridian in said county of Rock Island, descnocd
t ie east nan 01 tne nottnwen aaarter of see.
tioa twenty-eeven tan. eontainiax as acre: also
nine ana on to-iuui acre in tbe unkM
quarter of the roulhwe-t .loartet of said aecilna.
uounaca as loiiowa: nestntins at tne center of
said set ticn.raaniuc thtnue eonth n tk hair
sectioa line, fonrtren rhafcs and ninety-three
unuininiFii tt)ci weei ne casms ana
forty-six links (-4 eh); thence north fourteen
chaifce n.S iiin;tv-three links 14-BS elml. ih.nr.
ca?t six chain and forty-six link e-4 ch) to
i .a-rvi i" n hi 'M 11 -. .nisi uie west. iwenTy-tu-vrn
fortlethv iT-4ll of ald nnrtbraat ...n..
of aid sosthaest quatter section, bounded as
toiiowa: nesintunu at a si on-? set for the eonth-
est corner of raid mtrheaat a, alter of siiil
w olhsi-n qtsrler sevtion, lannin thence north
Ktnvtet n and 9.V100 chai'S (15 chal: iheuv
east 00 the h-ilf recti n line thirteen and 40-lu9
rhaira 1 i t 40-Kio cnai ; thence south nlnetten
and Whiuo chains ( IMSSvUWchel Ithrnce west on
tinia seeiton 1 ne tnirteen and sliH-100 chains
lltt"S-l'0 chaltsl to the place of beginning, con
t.liiln S7 acre, tat re or less: defendanta.
To all the above named defendant, iaelmtifia
the above ntroed unknown beir-at-law. and the
unknown twnersof tne above described land.
ou. nd each of von w'll lake rotiee tha
TuitV, the above named romplainant, ha this
j u in saiu coart ncr ameuat-a mil of rota,
plaint against yon lor the t ar.l;ko of saio lnd
and aiiiaent of dower and hoawaiiead ih.ah.
to uet. tun i a aonmont tn rnanccry na beea Is
ued therein against defendant. WlUlaa Tattle
and II. W TnUle. directed to the thrrifJof Cook
couatv. a'ateof Ulnoi. to execute: that a tin
nions in chancery ta been bvaed therein against
all the other named defeailuita- l.nm a..
fendant Joan lultle) directed to the sheriff of
aaid eonaty of Rock la and. to execat . both of
aaid eumroon are returnable 10 tho Jannarw i.
a r. iad -.a... i . . . - . - -
" - .rw., w ibis vtn?uit nann eal Lt COtlXlty Ot
i-iauti, to oe nevan ana aotaea attbaeiMirt
house, ialheeitv of Lock lalaad, in raid cwaaty
'"ta leianu.wn me arsx aoaaay or January
aa. wni. n traaa wra piaca yoa, aaa each of
wt 1 appear, and plead, aasweror demur to
Rock ? eland, Irtiaoi, Koveaber.tl. ll.
CiKORGB W. GAMBLE.
fw -B .ta ..
JacKKB A BcnsT. Sol eitor for Voaoniain't.
.119 Eightr-euth 8treet.
. " 7 " otoer tla. .
nown nre Iasurane. f -"1 fc,J
fJlncens' Ir... Copv:'?.'!
f Fire OmcLCd,,fb'rr P tl
WeraanFlreln, .r. . ' J,,I
Office Cor WthsuJ
t. . - H
.WFit and Workmanship Guar-
aa teed the Best
O'tMBiBg and CepaJrlBj Douve,
A. D HUESli;
-Incurs nfA k .
"THE OLD RELIABLE
T .. . I
of Csh assets
Bonds of Suretyship.
J M BUF0RD.
Tne old fiTe Tine.-r.tc c0,M
Losses Pxtmptlv ?ii
waxes a tow as any reliah'e .m...... .
Ton- l?ronre is eo.ic.-C6 1
sTjIts savings sas:
' miaiv BMayy sWaaWaAa.
LDB, IU. I
:a street uAVi-.itinl
Snec -JieBjalir.etsv.il r.fcl.t':irjttJ
5 ?trCR1BIEK51 .ilMSKNSt:
Organised aader Stce Lias.
Opea froa a. a. to 3 ? m., and WckcJ
Saturday niehtr frcmT-.os
H. A. Amawoirrm Vitt-Pi
ratter Skinner. w.w. ::..
C A. Rose. H. A. Atafwon.
u- at. JiflwaroS, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Fiibery-, c. p. HrmeLsu.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mad for pnvaic p&rti-5 -.n The tx'
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Orchard State Btt
E. W. I)abt. Pmideii'..
J. fc. Dart ivc
aiteb.n A t.m.U Rur.bera
J. F. RobUtaon. fashi.-r Hik' Sl
f.C tarter. V. D.
Henry Ltait'a Sen. Wtiottaie .in'tr- j
F.XIXI TOItst XtlTit l..
.... tu. Wn.:. AiC
StwanrfMiMuul k...n. l.n anlHILltdS
far a of tho last will Ld t wacier-t fJ
Wollrnbaupt, late of the county of ha
rtate of Ulinnls. deceaaed. iM-ttsy
thattaev will aonear before trc co'ii j
awes laiaaa f
said court, la
K which tlaa allpersoc havinfcais 3
aaia exuaic are notiueu ar.u tt.t, T:-l
lor tae purpose of bavn-.c tne tarat'
parsona tndebted toaaidiatate are -ZA
aka Imaaedlate payacnt to tne t-r
aiatea ibis aid day o .vnrmti. "v. I
M ART OU.K " A'.r.Y-df
.v.i.rr U'.iltrV tin
jt . n n c. , ' jecs1
ill appear before the ovit t trtl
I county, at the o.-e oft", "3
a the city of llork l-lard. J
, on the fir-t Monday in IrPrMT"
BElb BSTATK s)ttK.
Br virtne ot an order and decree o! tbt tjj
eoart. of Rock Island county, i-tste Ln
aad oa thaiwtJtioB of the undfr-ieara. Vrl
Schoetder. adalnlstralor of tb ff!
Harry C. Kasoa. deceased. f"r '"".rj
tba reai eetata of said deceaaed at the 1
term, A. D. lest, of said court, to-ait- wj
IMh riav of Nacailw A. D . ' .1
on the Slst dav of December sci'.
sell at public sale, at the north door ot t 5
bourathcttyof Kockl-land. in 'l
10 na O'gneM ana nest oiu'ier t tW
auras near, wtie sou iiiwtct! - - - M
Harry C. Nason, deceased, hal st U'2
his death, and all the d.iw. r ;4 j
rlehta of alas Naaon.aa widow of I:r?, l J
aaa.deeeaed,lBardto the follo-'':r"a
real estate situated In tfaeeociitj oi
and sta-e of Illinois, to- it : , ,,.k
Lot number throe CD, tn BnK.s 1
BiuoBtomecnyot Kocsitiar.a. ....v-sa
two certalB aorta; iges, one of wdlfh taw
la Book U of Mortcaree,on Pce w.
or in Book 61 of Morrace. on 1: 1'
rcostaar's cfnoa of said count y. . w
Aaualattaratwof tba Batatc of H". -- '1