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EiUU of Olnf A. a udciaTO, deceased.
Tk siKlaratjmad hsrlng been appointed admin
istrator uf the estate of oltf A Anrteraon, lata of
lb coaaty of Mnck latsad, ouio A lllttolf , de
Mad, hereby IT aotlcc tsar ne wld appear
Before the eoaBtf court of Mark lelar.4 con
to, at iho ofJee of tbe clerk of oM court, 1m
the elty of H Inland, t tbe January tors, en
IM Iim Moaday la Jsnnary seal, M which
tint all mi bavtaf Uaiau aa.Btt cold as
UK or aotlllrd aad reqaeetedtoattri.a' for the
IWM of heetaf the mom adjusted.
AU paraon ladebted lo told MUM are reqaest-
a au maasnisio payneu to wo anoer-
Ma ttb da of October. A. ft 1M.
. Masters Bale.
rrTi o ttxiwoia. i
Hoca leLeancotnrrv. I
la in aircuit man, la cbaoeery. Foree'osar
general No a-PA.
I b Own BulMlo A Lnia eawoctatton, of
RncB I'lenrt, va lur. HL Frank W.Hall
Menrfe Palmer and tleorr r Moth. .
Hotleo ner-ni kvb that by alrta. of a d -area
of a'd coort entered la tb above oMHIm.
ir, na th mat day of Pevuaiber . D. '.89b, I
hell. "B Set rdit. Ua IU day of aoveasber, a,
D iMn, tbo bmrof f o'cloaa ra laa afieraona,
at um aorth door of tbo coon boa, la te elt
of Hoc Ialaad. ta said enanty of Rock Ialaad
la Salter a aH deo ee. Mil at nubile vesdae.
tbo bibtx bidder for rata, tbal eoruia parcel ol
lead, attnat la tbo eoaatv of Hark IaUad aa
Mai ol tiiluol, kaowa aad deacrlbed aa follows
l ba c atk ' (80) fort of art aaiabor eight
(bi la bmk nuaibar U'y-thfe (Si) la that pan
of ibatrnf H ah f.laad known as Bad Ballet
Chicago or Irfiwrr adilliloa.
rtekxt at Ho fe llaa I, liU, tbia 10U day of On
lobrr.A. I. K.
BLWIN B. PAKngSTRR,
Maatar la Chaarary. Mock Ialaad eon ty. 1IL
J ac titan A Htrnar, ComplelaaaVa aollcftor.
PabtleaUaa llnttralai Attachment.
TA BOP ILLINOIS, (
rota la to r-oparr. I
Ircaut'ourt of Hue Ialaad eooaty. Jaaoan
torn, D . IMM,
la-fa rirtch -r a eorporatloe f iba tt.
nf oea, vLla-iaV ejoertk r uarnett, defend
a I. m atiaehavat
Pa la mica la aara f alraa to tha aald Jo
ph P Uamattlbat a writ of at'acb bi laa-i-aot
of lia office -f th clnra nf the rircut eoa-'
of M.-eb I.UO'l eoua.jr. datrd tbo 0ih dayi.f
MOlrmitar. A v.. I DUO. at lb nt of tha aal
lava, KMchar Co . ..d aitainat tha lute
Iba aald Joarob r. Garnaxt for iho aara of two
baanr- 4 aad fnrtr dollar. ((MO) dlrattrd to Mm
ba'IV o aad Ruck I ana manty, abtcb aM
writ a a oee man a rxacaiea
ftt. tbarfna. aulaM 9on. tha raid Joaanh. 9.
Oara(t,rhall preal.y ba aad appear befora
ne ara eircat coart or aa laianaaoaaiym,
trat nay f tbo at let at thereof, to a to.
dan . tbo rourt ooa ta ia citv t f Mock at
ai il. la a-Id roi ntr. on th t'b da f Janoan
A.I). ga, give apt-rial ball and plead to tba talc
plait life atlloo. judywai will be cnla n
tan.t yon, aad la faror of lb aald Lena,
p bar I o. aaq a r ara or Iba aanar rty at
tar be- aa anav aw analclaat to nature th aai.
Jadiaaaat and tn- la wll he aold to aatlafy tbr
aanie UB'inMa w. uABbi, vltut.
danaatta A fluaar PlalMlff't Allorneya.
baud Ub. TA, A. D., IMJS.
rablleatlow M.Kleo la) AuaaoaiaMt.
BTATI OP ILLINOIS, I
Km a at D CorTT
Cirtnit cou't r.f Kock Ialaad county, Jannary
tcr.. a. I laa
Wahbn-llall'gTiB Coffee Co.. a corporat'oo or
(aa aad eader the lawaof ibe atate of Iowa
p a nnlT, Jopb P. Oaraelt, dafendant, li
Pub le a-tire la aeraby ( Tea to tha aald Jo-
rpa r, 'omau mat a writ or attaramenb laaao
O'Hof ibeofllrvnf he do k of the clrrall court
.f Hoc i. laiaud roaat . daieo the tutb da of H p
trajtvr. A. It irw). at the anlt -f the raid Wh-bara-Halltiaa
OnT-a Co aad aettnet tha eetah
t f Ibe nlit Joaeub P. Oaraett for the an n ol
aig'itr.oae dollar aad aiity-li ht cent! (Bet d8,
dnecten to the aherifl of aald Hucb Ialaad conn
ty. whl b aa'd wrl ba beea retnmed e atatcd.
now, loen rnre, unJvea y a toe aald Juerpb r
flaniait.aball peraoaalt be and appear ha fore
the aald clrenil murtof Hoeb Inland cnantt tn
he trat day of Iba bait larm tbereof, tn be
bolilen a the coon aonaa In be rlty of Kock lal
aod. la anld c-OB'y,ao tbctith day of January,
A. D. Iia, 0e awaelal ball an! p'rad ta ibe
xl plali.t H a actios j adamant will be entered
B(ttoai yon ma m taror of to ra'fl wBbaa
Hail aaa l'..fe Co., and o much of in Kronen
at ar had a aiay ba auDlcleQl to aatl-f tha aald
Jeiltfiaent and rnaay wt I he mid to gtlfy ibe
Mm. uttoKitB w. uiiULa, Clerk,
J ini A tltraaT, Pialnttt'a Attorney.
Iau4 tx-baft, A O liJ6.
Pabllcatloa Mot lea la Attachasmt.
STATtl ur ILLIIfOls, iu
leea't ; -art of Hock Island county, January
Teres, A i-va.
Jim, Maai-ua IJn. Bukaiia ftia.laM rin..Hiil
p.rtarr. doiaa baaimM noder tbe name and
e'yle t Mates. Mark Co.. plala 18a. s
jnMpn r. ttarnem awieada-1, la anachai. nt.
Paolic aoi I bereoy g en lo tbe said Jw
sepb (iarnett that a writ uf at axtmtul Iwaru
oat of Iba ofll. a of tbe clerk of iim treait coa t
ef Koca ialaad rnanty. dated -be loth day of
Papeaber. A D. I "SO. at lbeal of tba aaid Joe
area, b aa jiaraa ana t bariae uraonwald,
pa 't aara uoiag ira-iaeas aoder tbe taa an)
alilenf Marcv. ttarba A Irt.- aad aeaiaatiB.
ea ale of tbe a'd Jaeeoh P. UaraetL. fae Iba ansa
of a rent two dollar aad Mty.c)a ocut.
(I7J.T7) directed to Ih. snarl a of aald Hot a laland
' county, w hash said writ aat beca rclaiBoa eae
Now. therefore, anleaa M. tha aalal Jaui,h
P. Uaralt. aaall pereonally be and appear brfura
me aaia cucu't c .an or nova island county OS
the I at day of tha aeat term l erwof. to b hot
dea at ilia coart bouM la ibe city of Ruck Ial
aad, ia aald count. on ibe ab da f Jaau u.
A. I) . ), pn apaelai tl and plead to Ibe said
I'lalntlaV a ttoa. Jaiigm ai will be ent.rxl
aaali-at mo, aad la taror of tbe aald Joe Mar.
car, i Ine Verba aed Cbirtea ferMawaid. partners
awa oaetaeea aooer i aaate awl tyle or Mar
ine. Bark A and an much of the nronert.
attached aa a. ay lie suflcleat tu sal sty tee aaid
jausea ai ana coeia woi ne aoia ia rattatr the
ee-o. UMimiiw tiaaiBLI, leik.
JavBaoa A Hra-T. Halnt r Attorneys.
Dated wet Tft, A l lauft.
rabltrattow HwUea la Attaehaaeat.
ST ATB OP ILLINOIS. I
Bars Ituts Caeirr. I
la Ike Clrcall Court of Mnck Island County, III,
eonn a. Toiaaaa tovpaa, a cneeoraiios. plain
tiff, JoMuh P Oaraett, defewdaal.
Public Boato le berah Ivan to tbe aald Jo
Mpb r. Oarnelt, thai a writ of a'tach en' laaaed
eiu or nn etnve or inarieraof mo cirralteooti
of Hock I'laB'l emiaty. dated lbs 19th dae of tlr
olwr. D . !!. at tbo anlt of tbe said John A.
T'lnaaa eoiapaay Bad aaalaetlbe eetateof the
eald Jnaeph P. tiaractr, for the anas of one
haadred ami twwatealaje .oilers aad trlaety.
three orate (fin)) directed to the sbenffof
eeid Rock le an t ooeoty, IL, which said writ
aa no- a rwtamee esecnied
H" w, ttereforo, aab as you, the said Jeeoaa P
Aat net t. shall acrsorally bo and appear before
vne eata ctresit coart or a taiaae) coaaty.
ail., aw mm aiea muj of toe oeaa verai laevaot.
h be boldea at the oaart boeee la tbo 4iy ol
laoca lawn . in e ra rwacr. eo toe eta aay or
Jaoaar, im ta aul aad pied to law sal
pMtffa aettoa, Jadgmeat will ba eatared
asiBet yea, ana in raver or ta- said Jea A
1wlaea company, and a atnek of th- aeaoani
atMebed a aaay bo a" (learnt ta Miiafy eata
ladgateataad eyat. will ba eoid 1 satlafytae
l oeaeit A CoaaauT. Atoe era.
Kock Ialaad. lit. uct in, 18BS.
fTATB OP ILL! OS, I
Rax a labtao focirrr. (
coart. Jasaary larav, 18a.
'' TwgrMn. AanaTte-
:.j . - L. ""'" or tae iea will
L!TXSl My- deceased, and
Aedrr e l.nnd.n'et and John Swan -on.
defend aia ttto P. r-aereea ana a.a w pi.
creea laiB4eaHrd wttb tha above a-feadanu.
Mar Akta ea
ejulat sad 3oha
' ate.. Aadrew P. Land
a aeon, bating been fled la
clerk's (Re of tbe tiriaU coart of- aald ovm it
a- Ilea ta) tharefnee aerobe ivea tbo aaid ob-'
reside t de aoaaata that ibe eoaa lalaaat ( ad bar
bin uf eoetplaiat la a id aoan. oa toe ch
side tberaia, tbefrt aay f A Mas. ua
that aa allae aftaoae has keen laaaed oat of aaid
eoart. wherein eatd eat I tea sa rear winr.
hie oa tbo (rat Monday la tbo moaib vt Jan.
nary eaxa. w, Bmeea ym. tae aara ana reel
deat de'eadanu abva naa ad. tnto P. lieer ea
aaa aat Ttag'ea aaall seraoaall ae and a
Beer before the aaid clrcall aaart aw the Brat a
of tbe neat term thwrear. la be balden ai sack
Ialaad la at d 'or the said coaaty aa tea I rat Mett-
aay ia wsaaan aetr, aad par", anawer e de
ar a the said cceaptsraaas bill of a molaiat.
tbo aaaa aad tao ssutera aad lb In a I terete
eaargedaad tated will ba taken aaonafeaerd.
ad a deer a eaierad aiglast oa accvrdlag he
p. ea aaiaa eui.
wa. a . m V.8B w- OAaf BLi, Clerk.
Rook Ialaad. I1L. Oct. ia. laaa. .
Jcksua A atuaet. VoaiUuuaats BoUUtota.
What the Editor Hbard.
A STORY FROM CAYUGA CO..N.Y,
J-a Tt n-i 12, .? Xilca, TC. T., T.Ua of a
Hlaacle of Ike Klmctrcatki
(f'mm the Oiyugnl'a., tr. i Independent.)
Ilearinc tiirmtsli Mr'" Allan A t:...k
IniEB-iata nf Nile, that Mr. Silaa 7. I'on'
nell. a reaperted citizen of that town haul
t n rnrrd nf a bail eaae of sciatic rhcoma-
int i we nue ol Vt. ttilUauB' Pink Pillt
r rale rropic. tha editor of the Cavuga
runt In-ffDriidtnt delerminnl tn l:n..
hr troth of the natter ami want am t a
Silca. Mr. Pcnnell ia a fanner and hna a
aeat and enmfnrtnble home near Vilx v
yked Mr. Penned if it wat true thnt he had
hern cured of a lir.rl eae nf rheaniatiam by
Dr. WilliaiuV Pink Pill. He aaid that
inive jreara ugn in Aoguat 1J91, he wat
- wiia rwTrre paiaa ta the hip, fnat
where the reintie nerre ia. which vraHnall
ran down li!a lr mnkinc life a miner to
hint but aot prcvearine kias ' from uoiof
nme work' ch the firro. Soon altar be w
loaiiina her ithrn be slipped off the load
tnd hit hi hip on the wheel. After this
te waa.wnrae, snflerinff If real agon, and
for anme time was unable tn do any work.
He took mrh aiedicinea as his tihvsiciaa
pmxnnru ana improved somewhat ro trial
hernuM help anme around the farm aeain.
About ThanksRiinc time he was hrlnine te
p'ti awa some barrel or cider which he bad
... . . . i
mvlc, when he r trained himelf and apain
been mi; helplcs. He then tried another
ph.-icnn who-felt confident ofenrint; biro
by the nae of the electric batter and niedi.
rtneawh'Ph he preMrihrd. But failure was
the reattlt. b- cnt no belter, and another
pnratcian a as trteu and treated htm for
nme time. Kr this time hia whole body
wsa aflerted. Sharp pains would start in
h hand or foot, run up one ride of his
hod, oyer hi rhoulders and then down tha
other nle and then paanfT for a short time.
i ne pnina woum return remilarl. a fleet.
in; bia whole hod, and nothing seemed to
relieve htm ami he began tn deer-air of ever
bring well. In the pring nf 1892 a relative
in another count read of a rare very simi
lar to Mr. Penncllsy which had been" cured
hyPinfc Pill., r.nd sent the article to him,
king if il not suit his cae. It war
r ainiilar and he determined to try them.
He eoir)mcned taking Piult Pills and aeon
felt better, the pains became leas violent
with longer intervals between them. lie
Wt encouraged and pereered in their ne
inn noon nerame ao:e to work on the farm,
ind in Ap-il or Mav he felt so freefn.m
pain thai hr rnniiilrreid himself well man
taln. He says he baa probably taken 30
Hoies and able to do as good a day's work a
ny other man, and wp can any that be
looks tike a hale and hearty man who bad
ever known sickness;
Vt. Williams' Pink Pills contain all tha
elements necessary to gie new life and rich
peas to the blood and restore shattered nrrrn.
They ara for ale by. all druggists, or mar be
had hr msil from' Pr. Williams' Medicine
omnaor. rVhenectad. ?.lur &0c
:,- i e A r
auA, r aia, vsars tor w.
At This Time of Year
If you are all run down with poor appe
tite youarc in danger of fevers. Do not
C-1A A D L flciay but
J B WW I 1 procure
Lk. Kav's Kenovatok at once. It is the
af" a"" best nerve tonic known. It ia
J r creases the appetite, promotes
digestion, regulates all the internal or-
time will prevent your having fever. It
is the safest and most efficient family
medicine known. It always cures. Send
Sold by druggists or sent to any addess
on receipt of price, 25c for trial size of
)j doses. Address
Dr. B. r. KAY MEDICAL CO.,
tao S. 16th Street, Omaha. Neb)
. I. B. Thcss. dragglat, tola agent.
LATRST NOVELTIES IB
Did UBW FALL GflDBS
mw aeeaj at
E. F. DORS,
The New Merchant Tailor.
1822 8SC0KD AYE
Harper Hons Block
iwrniT fntaill ty rcMC
r. aauT earriea v
ii sal r s ffasi ' SJ' n " l"
v. , . . . '' aa af aaaa
"J.Va!' ""rpee Hot-w Dm Pbanaacy
w aaa outer aaaaina arncgiata.
m w. '
' -ww. a- aa aW SaV I
WE YOU i'H. SXTotfSZ)
lit-Jar araoCa enm. nirl
f liSSixala of
"ioeSa na aaoaa $n& .
EarLTO la BO 1T, C?irea aJldjKl A
Brrroaa Ulaeaaea. FalUn Bamorr, V. TVX
rami. Tllai all aaaaaa N ivkftlv Knfa. I
The Prairie State Memorial to the
0U1TD TO BE BUILT OF BBI0X8
Wkk a Tsaasrlaa; eat Graatto aa Ctea It a
BeaaectaMa Appearaaca Trastaaa flay
It Caaaot Be Bopejred aad Mast Caaas
Dowa aad Giro Ftaea to Boaaartalaa;
Worthy of tka Great Vaaaa It Waa Batlt
SPBixorm.D, Oct. 81. The Lincoln mon
ument at Oak Ridge femetery, which has
lor the past twenty years been admired by
thousands upon thousands of people from
all over the world, will have to be torn
down. It ia too far gone to ba repaired,
nd Its construction is such that it will
not admit of repair. Instead of being a
substantial pile of solid granite, as exter
nal appearances would indicate, it iaa
rickety structure of brick veneered over
with alabs of granite. This la the verdict
of tbo state trustees who have charge of
the monument. - '
The Memorial Is a 8 nam.
During the last session of the general
assembly the historic pile was turned
vcr to the state; (30,000 waa appropriated
for repairs, and a law passed making the
governor, state treasurer and state super.
intendent of Instruction trustees of the
monument to caro for it and make the
much needed repairs. When the trustees
set about to arrange, for' the repairs they
discovered that tho magnificent monu
ment erected to the memory of "Honest
Old Abe'' waa a sham and a fraud. What
appeared to bo huge blocks of granite
Were nothing but thin sinks laid over
brick. Governor Altgeld, who was mado
one of tho trustees by the last legislature.
was seen last night by a representative of
tbr Associated i'ress in regard to the di
lapidated condition of the monument. He
was asked to tell of the discoveries mado
by the trustees.
tier. Altgeld'a View of tho Matter.
The Lincoln monument Is simply a
hell," he said. "It ia a brick monument
and has a veneering of granite slabs
three inches thick. The veneering ia com
ing loose, just as all veneering will."
"Can it not be repaired? ' was asked.
"It would be Impossible to repair that
monument and make it permanent. The
other two trustes and I foel that the
great state of Illinois should have a mon
ument to Lincoln that is not a sham, but
a solid structure, and that iu order to get
this, this brick and veneered monument
should be taken down, and in its stead
build a monument of solid granite from
bottom to top, so that it will last for all
ages and require no attention . from any-
Coat Kaoaga Ta Ba Geaolaev - '
'We have almost enough money to do
this. However, the trustees do not feel
like taking so radical a step unless they
should bo requested to do so by the sur
viving members of President Lincoln's
' Iiat did the monument cost, gov
ernor?" was then asked.
'I do not know," ho replied, "but I have'
been told that it cost considerably over
200,000, and that it has already been re
paired two or three times at considerable
An examination of tho records shows that
the monument was completed in October,
lsi4, ana cost fzub.oou, which amount was
raised by popular subscription. "
STATE CANDIDATES RULED OUT.
PNew York State Hemocrmey Loaea Its
New York, Oct. 31. The general term
of the supremo rourt has sustained the de
cision of Judgo Beach In the official ballot
case. This forbids the State Democracy
from having a ' list of state candidates
printed in tho column with its local nom
inees under the emblem of the rooster, the
rHato Democracy having held no state
convention. As originally planned the
state Democracy was represented on the
official ballot with the regular Democratic
state ticket followed by the State Democ
racy's local nominees.
Iho effect of tho decision of the sunremo
court will be to put the State Democracy's
meat ticKet entirely oy Itself and to do
prlve tho candidates of whatever advan
tage might aecrno through their names
appearing in conjunction with the regular
uemocratte state ticket.
Snbnrbaa Wreck at St. Louis.
S?T. Loris, Oct, 81 Superintendent
Brownlec, of tho Missouri Pacific railway.
said that the responsibility for the wreck
of subttrlHin trains Tuesday night lay be
tween Engineer John Harper, of the wert-
oouna train, and Charles White, who was
switch tender at Spring avenue. Knginocr
Harper Is. dead, und the switch tender is
missing. I White has disappeared and no
ono lias secured a statement from him.
The following ro the seriously injured:
Air, j. jnnoupuulo, ankle sprained and se
vere twist of hip; J. Janotipoulo, legs
badly lacerated; Herbert Taylor, collar
bone broken and left ear torn nearlv off:
John Bayless, hrakeman. collar-bone
broken; William A. Williams, conductor.
right arm fractured in two places vnd
oa-lnkn Men as Mlllia. '
Wallace, Ida.. Oct. 81. The mining
troubles are ended for the present. Ninety
five of the non-union men who were
threatened at Mullen enlisted In the state
militia, and others are being enrolled.
They haveriflcs and ammunition sufficient
for present needs. John Ecklund, the
roan who was beaten into insensibility at
Gem, Sunday evening, left Wallace. Al
though tbe beating was witnessed by a
dozen persons none could he found who
dared to testify.
Sugar Iteet Crop An Right.
Omaha, Oct. SI. Much apprehension
has been felt by Nebraska farmers for
several days aa to tbe probable damage of
the sugar beet crop by tbe recent freese.
A chemist analysed some of the frozen
vegetable to ascertain what effect freez
ing had on the saccharine substances and
reports that no damage is noticeable- The
Oxford agaut says the crop this year is
enormous, 90,030 tons instead of the usual
Kewsvanera Ara lai-iadnlons.
Losdox, Oct." 31. The newspapers are
not Inclined to accept as correct the official
denial from the foreign office of tho ac
curacy of Tbe Times and Globe dis patches.
telling of the important eonraaslons ai
, to have been obtained by Bussia from
" free! LOVE IN OLD ENQUANO.'
Tosrag Wean a a of Warn! thy FBuwataga as
" flea tae law IaoVmcdl by a Dak.
xXMTDoif, Oct. 51. The newspapers of
this city devote much space to the latest
phase of the case of Misi. Lancaster, a
young woman of wealthy parentage who
became a socialist, residing in the working
district of London, and who was desirous
ef living with a workman named Sulli
van - a prominent socialist, - although
neither of them believe In marriage. ; The
two decided to dispense with amy formal
ities and started housekeeping together,
whereupon the young woman's parents
consulted a specialist in diseases of the
brain and had her con&ned in an asylum
for the insane. Sullivan eventually ob
tained knowledge of her whereabouts, and
after seeking the assistance of the com
missioners in lunacy the release of Hiss
Lancaster was ordered.
' John Burns, the Social is Labor leader
and ex-M. P., took a leading part In the
release of Miss Lancaster. Burns had the
pleasure of escorting Miss Lancaster team
she asylum to .her homo, where she
and her lover had a levee which - was
largely attended by enthusiastic socialists
and others who hold the views regarding'
matrimony entertained by Miss Lancas
ter -and Sullivan. Tbe lovers took thU
occasion to announce to their friends and
admirers that they had not in any way
changed their opinions on tho subject of
marriage and that they intended to carry
out their original programme of living
together as man and wife without previ
ously going through any religious or civil
The marquis of Quecnsbcrry has written
a letter on the subject to Sullivan, ex
pressing gr t interest in the case and of
fering to contribute towards the expenses
incurred in obtaining the release of Mies
Lancaster, adding: "We doubtless have
similar opinions upon marriage. I advise
you, however, to go through the ceremony
for the future protection of your wife and
children, but the instant it is finished pro
test against it and repudiate it. Chanma
may follow. We want the changes In the
law. I should liko to know you and shake
nana wiui you and your brave wife. '
CLEVELAND FOR THE TICKET.
Be Seada a Telegram to a Democratic Mass
Meeting at Albany.
Aujaxt, Oct 31. Senator Hill was ex
pected to be the feature of tho Dumo
crotkj mass meeting held here last night,
but tho feature turned out to 1)0 tbo fol
lowing telegram from President Clcvc-
land.to Representative Tracey: "I havo
your letter, and beg you to convey to my
Albany friends and former neighbor a
the Democratic ratification meeting this
evening my cordial eongratuiations on
tno wise ana patriotic declarations in
their state platform concerning the lead
ing questions Defore tho American ceo
pie, and the assurance of my earnest wish
for the success of our excellent state
When the audience of over 8,000 people
had recovered from the surprise that the
telegram seemed to cause there was a cheer
that nearly rent the building in twain
and this continued for some minutes. Sen
ator Hill smiled and joined in the applause
with a hearty good will and this seemed
to encourage the audience to renew it
again and again. Senator Hill was re
ceived with voclfcrotttojlplau.se and made
the speech of the evening.
Great Fire ta a Bay State Town.
Miller's Falls, Museu,. Oct. ,31, Firs
which started in a Main street livery has
swept away eight buildings, including a
big hotel on one side of the street In the
business section, and has jumped across
tho street and is destroying the buildings
nn that side. Tho fire department early
proved utterly inadequate, and help was
summoned from frreenneld and North
amptou. Tho loss cannot be estimated at
LATER. The Are has burned itself out.
The total loss will reach about to0,000. In
surance not known
Kept at Bay by a Woman.
Santa Barbara, Cat.; Oct. 3I. A lady
by tho name of Mrs. Wheeler, who came
here from Los Angeles four or five weeks
ago, has been arretted on the charge of
insanity. When the officers went to ar
rest her she stood at her door with a re
volver in her hand and told them to stand
back If they valued their lives. For over
fifteen hours she kept them back until she
became overcome by hunger.
Zilarrranr Botes Voder the Weather.
Grckdt Ckster, Ia., Oct. 81. Owing
to a severe attack of tonsllitis Governor
Boies cancelled his Wellsburir appoint
ment and lion, w . a. facK.of lies Moines.
spoke and the meeting was adjourned to
Grundy Center Friday evening, when
Governor Boies will address the people.
One Veteran Knifes Another.
Milwaukee, Oct. 31. Patrick Cough
Iin, a veteran of the Second New York
heavy artillery, is lying at the point of
death at the National Soldiers' Home
with seventeen knife wounds which were
inflicted by Thomas Kelyvanaival vet
eran. The latter Is under arrest.
Murder la Buffalo Bill's Show.
. ATLANTA, Oct 31. Albert Emmctt, of
Manchester, N. H., a waiter in the feeding
department of Buffalo Bill's Wild West
show, was shot and killed. It is almearf
certain that the shooting was done by
James Doyle, a former pal of Emmett.
Doyle is missing.
? SadeMto of a Fort Wayne Man. .
' New York, Oct. 31. Dr. IT. S. Miller;
40 years old, an attache of the "New Sys
tem Dental" parlors, committed suicide
by swallowing four ounces of aconite. He
recently caaae-here from Ft Wayne., Ind.
and nothing Is known of his past history.
Kansas Citt. Oct 81. The first snow
of the season fell at Larned, Kas-and
completely covered the ground. It was
followed next morning by a steady down
pour of rain. This is the earliest fall of
anow recorded in this section for eighteen
afadiclml CewveaUe Called.
Rockford, Ills., Oct. 81. The Rcpubll
cant convention for the sixth supreme
court district to nominate a successor to the
late Judse Bailey haa been called to meet
at Rockford Nov. 1!. Judge Cartwrlght
will probably be nominated
CaJUTornta Bank Mepartad Ci
Sax Francisco, Oct. 31. Tbe Riverside
Banking Co. has been reported by tbe state
bans, commissioner to the attorney jrener
at aa unsound and Its continuance
business depends on . tbe decision ef tbe
' Kew Teark Finances!
New York, Oct SL
Money 00 call nominally g3-a per cent.:
prime mercantile paper, '?oS per cent.;
sterling vx.'.hange was Ins, with aa ad
vance of ad. actual nusuiess in Banners- outs
at Us4i for demand and lor
aixty days; posted rates 4S5aj and M
Si commercial bills. 4b7.
Silver certificates. a58S; no sales; bar
Bklver, as. Mexican dollars. Si.
United States gmernuteat bonds steady;
new 4's reg.i 121!; do. coupoai. ItiV. B'a ret
1144: I'a eonnon. 1154: ' res. UIK: 4's
coupons, UIH; tM reg. 7; Pacific ra of 'M,
WO. - -
- . . Cbleaga Grata ana rooancc.
Cmceoo, Oct. SL
The following were the quotations on tho
Board of Trad; today: Wheat October,
opened fieo, closed S7.'e; December, opened
tWC rloadd 5MV: May, opened e23. closed
Ste. Cora October, opened IMjj, closed
SlIc: December, opened zrc cloeed t7c;
May. evened CNc closed zvmc. Oste Octo
ber, opened 18V4r, closed lsac; December,
opened lfle closed li'v; May. opened He.
closed'- SPic Pork October, nominal,
closed . SaKS; Jannary. openel
closed so. 10. Lard October, nominal.
closed U.Hl4; January, opened SS-K'. cloeed
Produce : Batter Extra creamery. 21 e
per lb; extra dairy, 18c; packing stock, 9
10c Eggs Fresh ato-k, 16', aire per dos. Poul
try Spring chickens. Te per lb: old hens,
H; roosters, fir; turkeys, Tta'jr; dncks,
8'ystac; (im! S5.0J&175 per dos. Potstoe.4 Bar-
banks, aff23e per bn: sweet potatoes liu
noix, ILfitial 7i per bbl. Apples Fair to
choice. 1.2j(3.0J psr bbL Honey White
clover,' 1-lb sections, fancy. 15c; broken
comb, la,14e; extract -d, S ji.'p-r lb. Cran
berries Cape Col, $1.90(03.00 per bbL
Chicago Uve Stock.
Chicago, Oct. 8L
Live Stock Pricas at the Union Stock
yards today ranged as follows; Hdgs Kiti-
mated receipts lor tbe day, 8T.IMJ; sale
ranged at i-U03&55 plgi, 3J)A6j light,
$3.3) 3 85 rough packing. 3.30$J.&5 mixed,
and ta03:i8i heavy packing and shipping
Cattle Estimated receipts for the day
16.500; quotations ranged at M.R.VH5.S0 choice
to extra shaming steers. H2Jta.80 good to
choice do., S&70($1.1& fair to good, tUSOtaan)
common to medium do., Cl.Uxvt3.4M butchers
steers. SilfiaiHO stoskor UOtrmSj feeders.
tl.SJ(ai3.0 ouwa, 2.4dU70 heifers. L75(d.7J
bulla, ri7IXc8.30 Texas steers, t2.UJMt4.05 weat
ern range steers, and t3.O03.2i veal calves.
Bheep Estimated receipts for the day.
18.U0J; sales ranged at westerns.
1.75iii) Texas, 1.7j(aJnalres, anltltHnj)
f. lamDa. .-
' Tha Local Market.
Cora New, SOQtS ; old. WcttSSa.
Oate New. lSosaie: o d. wc.
Hav Timothv. tlasl3: anland.aH: wild.!
aasiu; Bwngn, viasas; oauea,ani.
But: er Fair to choice, 17c: fresh cream
fcggs Fresh, 17a.
rouiuy cnicaaoa, ec
Cattle Batchers nav for corn faa ateera
SKoaraei cowa ana heilers. SUctxlr- eahre
, tiarlag lamb, te a poand.
Landlord Did Ton ever facta an v.
thins to miiteh this rnd arinat
Customer Oh. veal On It tha
wees: 1 bidos; me wrong end or the pen-
noier in toy mouth by mistake. Lua
STATg OF ILLINOIS, 1
KOCK lUM COiraTT, .
IB the eitcnlt roart of Kock Is'snd raantr. Till
sole, in chancery. Bill for partition, etc.
Mart Fits Gibbon vs. vlcbael O'Dom cll. Alice
u iiomell. James rponnell. William O'Don
nell. Mary o'l or ell. sfaeele O'Donnvll. Man-
noe w uonaeii. iaoa u iroaneii. Jot.n r ' IXm-
ncii, jsirgarei u iMxaeu. Winnie O'Don .
Mare Agues I'Donncll. Marg. rt o'not.aell
Andrew U'lHrane I. Marv O'tHmnel Hits
O'lfc-ncell, Jr., Biza O Donnell, tr ( . n.
John-ton, McOreeory and Xneene
Public notica ia beri-br ateeB that In mimiara
nf a decree made and entered by aald roar In the
euoTeenuuea ranee on ine two oay or October,
jeuo, i. aiwu a. f-armenier. a a anaatrr 11
cbaneery of the sold court, as n qatred and di
rected by aald eoart la said deere. will on Mon
day th- aa day of ec saber, A D 189b, at the
nun r ana place ncreinaicer mentlooea ana et
forth, sell at mobile Venae to tha hlvhaM a. ri
beat bidder H aad aim alar the following de-
wwaa prami-ea ana rear cevaie eatd decree
mentlasad, sttnate In tae ooaely it Bock Island
ia tbe atate of II Inols, W-arit;
Tbe esst half of toe northwest qoartcr, aad tbe
eaatkalf of the sootiwest oaart-r of awtlon
nuroser lweniy-oo (il). in township aamaer
nineteen (ii norm, in ranee aon oer tarra t-i)
east ef the Fourth 4tn) principal merl-Haa as ea
tablishrd by Um surearor ireneral of the Uated
States snbj rt to the right of way of be
Chi- ago. BnnlBgton Vatncy Rai'rmd
cowiannr ; o a eettaia tract or pare I
of land, ia the forth west qoartcr of tbe
not tn wet. t quarter of section twenty-eight 188) n
town-hip naaber alaetaen (IS) north, ra g
three (8) eaat of the fonrth (4 h) nrinciDd marlH.
Ian. aad descrlaed as follows, to nit: Bcclaalnn
to hundred and twrnty and elabt-teatas
(an 8-101 reel east or the corner of aeetlona
twenty (81). tweatr-one (Jl). tweatveiamt
and twenty-Blue (S9) tn aald township thence
south oae hundred and ninety-eight (198) leet,
1 henna iwk t-lghtyeix and three-fonrths de
Sreee (si). ea-t one handred and alxty-eiat
(lri) feevth-aos north twenty-Bine and one.
onrui ovareea (7.14 1, waex tao annareo ana ix
tasn (HIS) feet to the retioa lin. tbete annat or
tbo -action lire fl'ty-niae and ooe-t'.ird (Nl
ieei 'o nn piaco 01 orEinnrng: aiao, toe tract
parrel or lana npeir.ntng on thi line between
ecrunas aamoer tarrntama ant tenant.
a cnt (sH) in lownsbla number ainetaen
norm, ranee saw ear larae la) eaat or ine loarta
pntcital merdan one ehaia aad JtM link
( 1 eM-MOO) eaat of tbe stoa. ae at the eoathweat
co.ner of aaid secti'aji nnmbrr twroty-000 (SI),
aaid ooiut of becinnina bt inn at tho -
corner a-f a aebool kit; thence ra r ine east alone
awra aEciiua iiira nin aa anaj aau laaar raaiia
i8 4S-lch ton aauna -at at the lonlbaaa
corner ef the eoathweat anarter ta 1 . 1 tha aoath.
ret quarter V f said -action nembar twen
ty one (t); the nee a-tb twenty etialaa (BOchs)
to the canter of the eoathweat aaarw lit) of
eecnoa nnnaer iBPirraa (ai ) aroresaia:
Usance west e-e a d T4 100 rJial, ista tad . hat
to tbo Inter. otioa of the aoathern Iin. of te
right or way of the 1 wkage, tartmrtoa Qaiacy
Ra lroad coaipany; txenca ta a aoathwaateiiy
dlreciioB alone- the Haecf tbe railroad curving
n tha left vrallel wi'h the niladla lias of tbe
rammed ann Ml trac .fVft) ifcaai fn a.aleaea and
TJ-100 e a ae (11 70-100 eha) to tha east aide ef a
CToaams; inr aragnno over aata ranrowl: tae ace
soath is y-three liaha (St) to a point wheat
Is eigDt feet Ml ferti at tifht oaelee fraaa I 1
wkhtle line of ihe iwilroad. thence la a aaa Hv
wee' era alrartioa enrvina 10 the left en a nae
paraitej wuo ta- mieaie lit- or the nllfinvl
etenty reel (su leet) Uiererrom. el kt
chahsa ( ehaia. aa the mtawuitaaa af the
weat line or aaid ectirm enaib r tawityaae (Si
theace aoath ram aad aIO chains (tttraalaai
to the tbe nor hwrat cora-eef arajoei lot; tha re
east on- aaa) tst-tOIW abates (1 SM h.iae) 10 the
aortbra-t onrarr ax tn- easne; t araee eeash thraa)
aad -100ckala (Satehafaast Ba the 1 laranT h.
flaaiaf. eo-tainnw thmy owo aad in-moos
sc ea (1 tSSSs a real raoreoria-a; alaats raral
of laaa ai'aated ia the roaaty of Hack Ulead ia
tha Mate of III note. That aaid tr-eta ar aarceb
of real prnoerty enll bo old at ttka Ireet -ioot at
Mesiisiuasi in tn loarn ar vtiease er HiUedaie,
ottddaa of Deocaaner. A D. ltaak. mi
t e'doc ta lb arte aoaa ef .a a daw See
iaanaaBsn- aanace in aaa (1) yer fraaa
the data of said aale with lata-eetna aald tralsata
st six (SI pare at per esrsa, aecered brast.
rage a pen tha tract ar tracts of aald read atoaarty
aw ar ivi aaura earns ; aae par aaa
ajay oe pats in eaam n the parraa-ar or pair-
Daled at koak Ulaed. IllinoU. Oct Itn.
buwir a. FAKMaMrrkai,
Maxtor (a OMnoer of (ha ctrcalt coart of Kock
ankhnwakn IVope, Qtrw.
aaast na 1 um tnr cMMrai are
that yon aheold not
rag wtae a
1 Osatorla Is a
Wta2l riHaafl f" """ i"U
Pa Tarn Know
annnVHsaai TOQ Oaf TWIT VataTanKlanwm kaaOV
Pa Taw Knew ilaii
IBaanthaeatoBaaj for nearbr thirty years, aad that tnora Oaatorla is now en
af all other rernodlea for children cornbtned I
DsTsaKaaw that the Patent Office Department of the Vatted Rates,
tr awoed exchislTa right
' and Its fonmua, and tlatt to
Pa xaw Btarwthatonsof tlw reasorja
1 Chstoriahad beea proven to be aawalataly hai ailasiT
Pa Tan Kasw that SS avWa-aVfta
, er one cent a doss I
PwTanirannBtwlaBoai8ailiicf trita iiertact rraaratlra-vraar
he kept areil, and that yea may hare unbroken rest t
"Wan, tkeea iktaaa ara worth taajwmg. They ara facta.
Children Ory fsr
Made in Doe-wah-jack,
Burns any kind of fuel
They keep the fire all day and night.
Steady heat, clean and comfortable.
If you want the best, we sell it.
See the Name on the Leg.
Corner Third Ave. and Twentieth St. Rock Island, 111.
Ftra Par Cent lntarnst Paid on Deposits.
Money Loaned on Personal Collateral or Steal r state Secnrttj.
J M Bosons, President.
Joan Causa can. Vies I'lsaiasnt.
P SaanBAWaxT. Caaalar.
g. C raw Mnanan laVade'e aew baUdtaaT
JON B. PkUIMW.
PaOnmoiJ a son
Painters and Decorators
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
Offiew and 8bop 7X1 Tralf tk street
Dr. Peer o Pcr.nr;roT;cl
Tev saw ataaa.aaar4aat-l-i. n r Vsnal ihan
asiat, aartaaywh.wa.lijt. taaaani Tail Miaasaara rBiaiai
For tale tt llarper lion re rhsxnKj, Bock lalaaJ, ill.
wM gn'i'iiibja I
eonri otoptoa or aawphtaaf
ara not ntraittad to aeO
to ha craan yonr child
to Dr. Pitcher and hia aaalcns to naa U
bnltnta them tan state ink
for arantine this
doses of Caatoria ara ftnvlshed
Incorporated Under the
- State Law.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
H P BnlL,
BaTBT aV. PaaVOOal
CL. ECCZ CLArTTj. 17-1.