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n LEGAL. I J SWALLOWS CAPTURE A SHIP. . GAVE OftANT HIS START. - THE MARRIAGE TIE; Administrator Jtotlew. tats of EUra Winch, die Med. The andersleresd tavrcr been sppotntewi sdtnla Istretrit with the will anseied. of tee estate ot KHs Wtah. iu of Hie count of Hoes Island, StBIS Of IlilBoiS, dNHM, hereby CiTO DOMCO tbt she will ippv before the county court of Hnr.u Island cnaotr. at the office of to clerk efssld MM, In lee elty of Roc k Island, Mite t'ebrusry Irrm. cm h tint Monday In February B.(t,at ahull tirue aU H-iloM hivit: cUimt effsmatsad MUM are Bottle mdnqmUOM arte- 4. for lbs purpose of asTiag tha aaalS ad' Justed. Ail persnes tadebterl to reld estate era ra uested to stake lawediate ayaent to the ua- ersltnrd. . . . bated tola 14th day of Pee. A. D-. Lima Warns, administratrix with tie will annexed. To All I'eraam. Whom It May Coo. Cora. !otre te ber.ay (ma that ba usder! toed, John Ohlweller, tiianilae of WIiUm Beaut Bed Kits Uaupt. wi:i aaahe application to the coast. court nf Knr l.iad coasty, at s regales tens t Herat f. to Im- add tha cnert boate in tbaciiy of Mots Island, la ssid enast. aa ike trat Mot rlay In Janeery, A. D.. JKBB, belag tar Srst d.y thereof, for aa order aad deer of raid mart dlr eiioeh'as. assS'dgesrdlsa tOMllhe latere! la the fol owite tesl aetata a lor sine to nid minors, or as nnch thereof a tha I teem to ai l conrt to too laterest nf Mid minora, situated (n IKe roonty ot Rnek Island, and atateof lllinoia to-wit: Lot anmber one 1) aleo tbo west flfteen feet f lot umber two S. aleo tha (ril arte ove feel &&) of lot number twelve OKI, ail In hinck number one (It la ike original town of Coal Val l an i county of koek Island, and atata of Illinois, for tha rapport and education of .aid aitaore, and ft r the purpose rf Investing .neb of the proceeds ef Mid sa.a M shall not be laimedl atrly rennlaria for Mid enpport and oaneation In mh-r real estate, or of otherwise lnestlc tha Mala. Joh OHLWRIIRB, Ouanliaa of Mid minora. Motle or Fablleatlon. XOT UUSOIS,!., I laUBD CocxTT, I It the rtrrnlt court. J nonary term. IBM. Ida bury vs. William btacy. In chancery. A IBilavIt of tion-rrsidenc. of William Riser, the ahme rle.f mrisnl, harinir been filed in the Hera's oflee of ihe circuit court of said coanty, notice la therefore her.hy irlven to the aaid non-ree'dent defendant that tha complainant l!ol her bill of roinplalnt In al cou't, on the chancery aide thenof on the Pith day of Borebrr, 1W8. and that thereupon a summona leaned out of Mid court, wh rein said suit la now pendina, retornv Me on the first Monday la the motita of January next, as I by law required Mow, on! m you. the Mid son-resident defend ant shove n mod, William Steer, shall peraonally Im ami appear hef'Ha said circuit court, on the (Irs' r?ay nf the next term thereof, lobe holden at Hiiek Island In aad for tha aaid county, on the firs' Monday In January next, and plead, answer or d.mur to the aaid complainant 'a bill of com plaint, the same and tne matters and things therein charged and stated will te taken as eon feaard. and a decree entered against joa accord ing to the prsycrof ssid bill. GEORGE W. OAMBLK. Clerk. J. at. PiAMOf t.rr.rompUlnant's Solicitor, llnck Island, III , Nor. X It)'.. rablleatloa) KotlCO. KTATB OF ILLIW Hix a Isutau I'd ' 11 in the circa it on , Jannary terse, IMA, Joato McUuoald .Arthur McUonaid, in cban- Cory. A ffldayit of ana t sidene of Arthur Mr Don a'd the ahore defe dsnt baring been Sled la clerk's oftVn of the cl cnlt court of said county, i.lfels therefore h retry ciren the aaid non resident defendant that the complainant fl'ed ber hill of complaint In ssid coort, on the chancer side thereof, on tha 'A I day of Norcmlwr, 1, and that tbereniMia a summons Issaed oat of said art, wherein said suit I- now Pennine, retnixa hleen the Irst Monday In the month nf Jan uary aeii, u is by law ninlrrd. Now, unless yon, the said hnn-rreldvnl rlefcadant above namol, Arthur McDonald, shall personally he and a Jer before the said circuit court on the Irst dsy of the next term thcrrrf, to be holden at Hock Island In aid for tha said county oa tbattib day of January a xt, and plead, answer or do mnr In the aaid complainant's hill of complaint, the same and the mitters aad tblnes therein charged end stated will he Ukrn M confer si d, and a decree entered aainat xott according to the pra;sr of said hill. tIRuimil W.flAMBLl, Clerk. Koek Island. 111.. Nov. A IMrx Cski.Ki.ki. Coaplalaaatl Solicitor. pBhllratlon Wottco. TATB orlLl.tXOM, I Mora IsLsna CocnTT. I tn the elrrnit conn, to tbo January Uim. A. I'roplr's Nsllooal hank vs C W Moshcr and Isa bella r. ManslleM, widow of Uerry Manflekl, rteeeased: Henry Mansfield. Jr., bow Henry War-Held; Pa'aanlel a Mansfleld, Eliza U Vsnsneld, Margaiet Mansfle'd. sow Manramt Mnn.sVhi t.reen, Madle Mansfleld, now Harah Manseld Newton. Eleuior MarcSe'd. now K'eanur MansHeld Hoe. Isabella Y Newton, r'anaie Hlakeslre and louls P M usher, only heirs at law of llenty MansHeld. deceased, fflitarlt of the aon-rtsldcnce of above named def.adanta, r W Mo-her and ImmIss P Mnsber, impleaded wltb above defendmu, lea belle t Maaalleld, widow of Henry Mantne'd. nrcrased; Itenry Mansfield, Jr.. bow Henry Mansfleld; Na thaniel It MaosAVIa, Ktlna II Manadeld. Margaret klaasAekl, bow Margaret Mansfield (Ireen: oadia Mansne.d, now Sarah Men-acid Newton; Eleanor UnstUlil, new Klranot Man-tleid ttfras, Isabella K Newton and Fannie Itlnkeslre, hsrinit been I rd ta the clerk's office of the circuit C'urt nf said cimmy, notice la therefore here by given to the said non resident defrindanta. that the complainant Hied his hill of com plaint in the ssid court on tbe chancery side tbefonf on the xlst dsy of Aaguet, A. I. IMA, and thatan alias eammons has beea Issaed out of .aid court. h rein said eult te bow pending. retnrnale on the first Monday la the month jut January rest. Mow, nnlcM you, the said nin-relrent de fendants almvs named, t: W Moaher ami I onlse I' M ost.er, sliail persoaally be and appear bcfoie the said rlrcalt court on ihe Srst day of the next term thereof, to be holden at Hork IUn I. In and for said county, on the drat Monday la Jnnnary rex', 1MW. and plead, anawer or domur to the ulo comtlalnant's bill rf cnmplalnt, tbe same and the mature therein charged and St. fed will he taken aa confessed and a decree entered galtst yi.u arconlieg to the prayer of said hill. UKOKUE. W.UAMBLE, Clerk. It as A Bimno, Oiinplalnani's Boltcitors. Koek Island, HU Not. xa, IhtS. ;iAat or imitation 5 Hed-Ake-KureI . I'.-.- S i cl-'1 111 1 .v'Q t rCP SLE bVALC OOUOOiATA OR O JACKSQM MLTJICALCO. CH1CAGQ ILL ; g 0O X) (CASK 5? IUCIKiAL BI.0H. ? 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KelBrf quirk. Cares perm an an l. boiq errery. C a tjitff TSC of both aad a fcelpenl. 9Ai'iriE InsU ik ti t Treatise can twhadof-aorour pRE. VICTOR MEDICAL ASS'H, OUTN UNO. INO. I" I I I Mas. M. J. Sarqkmt, Arent, I1U thirty MTvethbt., Twattta ave. Sock Islaad j JIn I w 8 THIS n act II NEXT B WEEK. 1 A S warns ml Btrda Caaaa Msnlliiiaww Steamer to Baa S thin a. It ta often said that one swallow does not make a summer. It can 1111111101; be BasM i ted that one swallow cannot cause a shipwreck, but what a multitude of swal lows may do in this line Is another thine;. These birds came near brintr responsible for running a atvauier on the rocks of the Spanish coast near Malaga. A Russian steamer, hailing from Odessa, has for some time been engaged In the Mediterranean trade, principally carrying passengers be- THE BWAKM Or SWALLOWS. tween Leghorn and Malaga. On one of the recent trips it encountered an adven ture which will never be forgotten by either the crew or the passengers. The passage hod been a stormy one, but the day of the occurrence was unusually fine. Though a rather heavy sea was running most of the riaseeEgers were on deck. Suddenly the lookout called, "Hurricane cloud leeward !" At once there was great consternation aboard, and a number of people sought safety below. Tho captain, however, after glancing at tho barometer, gave it as his opinion that it was no hurricane oloud. The black moss that they saw hovering near the horizon was, he thought, a par ticularly dense volume of smoke from some steamer. But the solution of the mystery eoiue much sooner than they had expected. The threatening mass grew larger and larger, and soon was seen to bear down In the direction of the vessel with terrific speed. Everybody, both crow and pas sen gore, becamo frightened at the mysterious cloud, which Focnjed to niovo with great rapidity notwithstanding that a perfect calm prevailed. Then came the solution. The vast eloud that they had seen was composed of swal lows. The forerunners, a small detachment of some 10,000, swooped down on the deck, totbobowildcrmentof tire people on board. These were soon followed, not by thou sands, but by hundreds of thousands. The birds literally overwhelmed tho vessel. The man at the wheel lost his bearings, and the wildest disorder prevailed. Tha birds poured into every availabloopcning, hatch ways, windows and everywhere clso. They got tangled in tho ropes and sails, and clustered about the rigging. Even the smokestack was so filled up at one time that the fires wcro nearly extinguished The most amazing part of tho wholo thing was that tbo birds did not evinoe any dis position to leave. To heighten the confusion the steamer had got out of its course and ran ashore. However, on account of going very slow. no material damage was done, though the passengers wore Iwwlly frightened. When the crew bod recovered from their amaze ment, they began to clear the deck and the vessel Id general ot these unexpected and not at all welcome guests. The captain ordered tho men to use shovels and what ever they could to throw the birds over board. After getting fairly In shape the vessel proceeded on its voyage, having neon aoiayeti lor nearly eight hours on ae count of this singular experience. The captain could not offer any theory as to where this vast army of swallows came from. All he said was that the birds evi dently were exhausted from a nrolonsed flight during the storm of the previous nignt and sought rest on his vessel. A CLERICAL SALOON KEEPER. Rev. Julias Feirke rinds Beer Selling Mora Profitable Thaa Preaaehlna;. Rev. Julius Feicke of Honoken, N. J., nas aoanaoned tbe pulpit for the saloon, and now, lustend of searching the Scrip tures for spiritual help, he cheerfully com pounds spirituous comfort for all comers, with the amistanco of a well thumbed volumo labeled "Bartender's Guido." The dominie's customers say that his cocktails are fearfully and wonderfully mixed, but his beer is good, and as the New York newspapers have thoroughly advertised his novel enterprise be Is doing a thriving business. Hev. Mr. Feicke resigned as pastor oi tne r irst berman Evangelical church oi jersey fjity because the salary was in- DOMIME FEICKE BEBtXD BIS BAB. sufficient to support himself and family. He is prosperous now. "I attend church every Sunday, and am still a member of the bertnan Evangelical church." be savs. "although I no longer preach. I received a visit the other day from the Rev. Mr. Kudolpli, pastor of the church which I at tend, and he told me that I did right in leaving the church if I could not support my lainiiy ny remaining in It. The minister dor not talk English. Ac cording to his account of himself h is 60 years old. and has served the church for 90 years. Ha ia a graduate of the University of Berlin and taught in the high school in Ham burg for several years. Ha was or dained as the pastor of a small church in Aitona. where he remained four year. He served a church in Sulzucn. Westphalia, three years, and tbe Lutheran Reformed church In Thalle, 'Westphalia, for 13 years. He came to this country on account of bis rheumatism. ' Iondn has decided to convert into rsrks sud p!artrw32d3 for children its !73 tUfUbtd gravtyarric. Mow the Or Ctstaiaaite Weat lata tha atnay. The Washington Boat ia authority for the statement that the late General Thomas J. Pitcher gave General Grant his real start. They had been classmates at West Point. At the opening of the civil war Pitcher, then a captain, bad been sent to Springfield, I11&, to act aa United States mustering officer. A stranger entered his office one day, and Pitcher relates the following story of tbe interview : " 'Ton don't seem to remember me. Tom said the visitor. - " 'No. I don't.' I said, 'bnt I've Men yon somewhere I know. . " 'I'm Sam Grant.' he answered. "His beard had to changed him that I did not know him, and then, yon see, I bad not seen him since 1849. He sat down, and I said : 'Well, Sam, how does it happen that you are here?' " 'I came here, he said, 'to get some thing to do. Can't you give me some thing, Tom?' "'Yes. I can.' said I. 'Ton know how to make out muster rolls?' '"I should think so, ' said Grant, with the first smile seen on his face. " ' Well, I am allowed f 100 per month and rations for a clerk. If yon like, take that table over there and begin now. ' " A month later Pitcher walked into his office and handed his clerk an official envelope directed to "Colonel U. S. Grant." Tho clerk's face turned red, then pale. "There's your chance, Sam," said Captain Pitcher. "I'll never forget this, Tom, never 1" answered the other as he wiped some thing out of his eyes with his handker chief. Nor did he. Until Grant's death he was Pitcher's faitbfnl friend and helper. It was always "Sam" and "Tom" be tween them. DID HE LOVE BUT ONCE? Orators Was Deliver Enloglea Should Know All tha Facta First. There are women in this advanced age of civilizatiop who are ready to hinder the efforts of reformers to abolish the funeral pyre of the Hindoo. A memorial meeting was held a few days ago in honor of a man who had been prominent in pnblio work. His former colleagues and intimate friends filled the large platform. Among them sat his widow, weeping silently under her crepe veil. One after another tbe orators of tbe occasion laid tributes of eloquence at the altar of his memory. Que, more inspired and with a longer speech than the rest, followed the his tory of his life from the time of his birth, "in the troublous days when all Europe was aghast at tbe sight of Na poleon striding over the ruins of empires to a universal throne. "But the most important event of his life, lie continued, "happened at a later date. It was at a fancy ball that he met, as he afterward said, the first and only love of his life. He was there disguised as a highlander. "What?" he whispered as some one tugged at his coat, but getting no reply, he went on "And the lady of his choice was dressed" here there was an other tug "was dressed as a Turkish cigarette girl. After a short courtship tbey were married. " He then continued the eulogy of the youthful bride of the deceased in ex travagant terms. When he sat down a neighbor orator whispered, "Yon forgot his widow." "Ob, no, I didn't I gave her a good eena on. "Good heavens 1" exclaimed the oth er. "This is his third wife I" New York Herald. Corrosion of Metale by Water. The peculiar statement is made by M. Banchier in Lie Revue Maritime et Colouiale that corrosion of metals by water may be caused by the action of micro-organisms present in particular harbour, but absent in the ocean. It ap pears that the fact, as ascertained, of pure aluminium plates immersed in Norf oik Roads being badly corroded at the end of three months, while in France commercial aluminium subject ed to the same test was practically un touched, and two plates attached to the bottom of a ship were uninjured after a voyage around the world, led him to in vestigatethe sea water from different places, with the following results, as stated: If introduced into boilers, tbe Mediterranean water, which contains more salt than the Atlantic water,' causes more damage; so does the water taken, from estuaries and near the shore, which contains a larger proportion of nitrates from fermenting organic mat ter. The destructive power of the shore water is much reduced, however, if it be sterilized by means of boiling. Bard ta Catch tha Fipresalaai, A young woman of St Joseph, Ma, was walking down tbe principal street a few days ago, when, seeing a young man in th " passing throng, she went np to him, threw her arms around his neck and kissed him. Then she disengaged herself and ran, blushing, away, while the yrmng man looked at her in pleased amazement. She afterward explained that the young man was an ntter stran ger, but "when my eyes met his, and be looked so good, so noble and so true, I wanted to kiss him, and I did. " It ia scarcely necessary to say that every young man in St Joseph is ausiously studying bow to look good and noble and true when he goes down the street on the dry g'xxls store side. Buffalo Courier. The lata Hjalmar Hjorth Bcryesen was once asked why he didn't simplify the spelling of his name so as to make it less perplexing for the'average Amer ican. Tbe inquirer was informed that it was a fine Norwegian name in tha first place, and. secondly, that it was worth a good many dollars to its pos seeaor at a distinctive trademark for hia literary wart Be aTaatged by Whether it is that we are poorer, or that we are more luxurious and exacting in our tastee, and that the girls of today require more, in their marriage than the ordinary Englishman can afford, I can not say, bnt unless girls have great beauty or large fortunes we heax anch more of the difficulty of their marrying. Among the man of women, however, there is no revulsion from tbe marriage tie, and - all healthy minded girls and women seem to be just as much interest ed in the question as were their grand mothers. The one great fact that has kept English society is the inviolability of the marriage tie. Infidelity in a mar ried woman is surely reason enough to justify her husband in getting rid of her, and the woman who clamors for divorce on the same grounds as men is sorely lowering the standard of female purity in a ruthless way. Is man, with his stronger, coarser, more animal na ture, to be judged by the same standard of chastity as a woman, with her higher ideals of life, her purer nature, and the exemption from temptation which she enjoys? ' If we think for a moment of the temptation to which men are exposed from their very early youth, and which they undoubtedly combat very unsuc cessfully, and which attacks them at a time when tbey are most prone to suc cumbin the period of youth, vigor and ignorance and contrast their posi tion with that of women, we must sure ly feel that we are degrading our sex when we ask for a corresponding code of morality, or even suggest that women are to be tried by no higher standard than that to which men strive to attain. We are told that no union can survive tbe conjugal customs and intimacy of English married life. Perhaps the new woman thinks so because in her ephem eral passion no feeling of constancy, af fection or gratitude is possible. We be lieve that the overwhelming majority of old fashioned English women regard that intimacy as one of the purest and sweetest ever devised one which, when the passion and desire of youth fade away, blossoms into a friendship, a com pansionship as constant as it is' holy. without which their lives would indeed be barren. Lady Jeune in Saturday Re view. Marvelona llestuts. From a letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: I have no hesitation in recommend, ing Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results are almost marvelous in the case of my wife. While I was pastor of tho Baptist church at Rives 'Junc tion she was brought down with pneumonia succeeding la grippe. 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Fries (rot a BOB. wrfta tall aire rlsaat aaaa wa atjaatiiL its, oa srtntocs larTATfoso v Mtflltia CHOU iL CU- mraorr, aucs. : sola by M. F. B ibbii a, draiaC Tea. aad Wa ti i - i. ScribnerV f or Christmas. Frank R. Stockton has a Christmas love story, which bear a characteristic title "The Staying Power ot Sir Rohan." Its illustrations are quaint and exactly suitable. A thrilling Dectective story by C. E. Carryll, entitled "The River Syndicate," perhaps equalling Sherlock Holmes' best work. Illustrated. Joel Chandler Harris' characteristic tale ot a faithful slave "The Colonel's Nigger-Dog." Other Christmas stories are "A White Blot," by Henry Van Dyke, a poetic and imaginative tale of a picture (illus trated); "Heroism of Landers," by A. S. Pier (illustrated); and "Hopper's Old Man," by R. C. V. Meyers. SENTIMENTAL TOMMY By J. ZX. Barrie. Those who bare read (and who bat not?) The Little Minister" and "A W it, dow la Thrums" caa anticlpits what Mr. Barrie's "Sen li mental Tonmj" will be. It is to be th chief serial ia Scataxta't for 18JG, beginning in the January nnabsr. Two Yecrs for $4.50 ScaitKBB'a Marmixi coals ft, a year, but sew subscribers can have all the aambera for ISM aad a year's subscription for 1W6 tut (I .SO. Ecbibxbb's MaatKias la la be better next year than erer. It ta going to bars bear features. Its publishers aie Lot satisfied wits paat 'accesses. It purposes to mors thorouehlv deserrs the eocfidenee of the reading public. The History t-erial Last Vurter Century In the I'nltad Slates" will be eontinnrd Just now It is apprjechint a period of aheorbirjg Interest to tha present veneration the srst adminiatration of President Cleveland. ScaisxEB'e BfAoasiKC ought to get careful euasideraxion as a Chrletasaa gift. The 14 60 off fr ought to get doable considtration. Charles Scribner's Sons,153 Fifth Ave., New York. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. 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