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Nolle of Final Settlement,
stata of Thorn B. CTDonnell. Pretend.
abiio notic I hereby circa that tlx under
Signed. administrator of the etate of Tkomiu
V. O'UvtmkIi. ku Ihla day Sir, hi loal
report end Battlement m ouch la tee county court
of Koch lalaad Coanty. ami that aa order baa
trd by aaid touit approving tb aaid re
port. uala objection thereto or caaa to ta
coatrary be mown oa or before the ftth day
of April. A. 1. imm, and upon tka naal ai
prove! of aaid report, toe raid adarnlrator will
mi for an order of distribution, and will alo aak
to be discharged. All person interested arc Do
ll Cad to attend.
Bock Ialawl. IO, March 10, 18M.
J. K. Joiram,
AdmlaMratnr of lb ertata of Thomas B. O'Doo-
Batata of Jacob Will Baa, deccaeed.
Tka aadrTalgned having been appointed areeo
Irtiof toe laat will tdtataenlof Ja-ob Wll.na
late of tke conn'y af Mnrk lalaad, tut
of I'llnota, lvn4, hereby nerntle that
will appear before the emn.tr court of Kock lalaad
coaaty, at lb ofllce of Ihm clerk of aaid Co art, tn
lb city of Neck laan.l, at lb J nee trm,oe
the drat Monday In Jane Beit, at whkb Urn
all peiaoaa bavins eliim arainat aaid aetata an
aotifled aad rnetd to a uand. for Ik porno
ut ksvtae the earn datd
All peraooe Indebted to aaid aetata are re
ted to am lauaediata pajmeet to Ik aoaer.
Baud tbla Id day of Apt 11. A. D Ma.
Axs Wiuae, Kxacotrlx.
Notlca of Final Settlement
Batata af Patrick Breanas, dcaad.
Public aotle la hereby rivsa that lie ntder
a'vned. Thotna B Kaldy administrator, be lb a
day died hie la' repot and rttlmat a each
latheconnty mart of Rock Island eoaaty, aad
that an onlrr baa brea eaered by eald enn't ap
proves; th aaid report utlni orjectlofta there,
l' ' raiiae to the contrarr be a bow oa or before
the neealng of court oa tie tr.ta day of April. A.
It., iffik Bad anna to Coal approval of raid re
port u aaid Ihoma Rridy. aiialnl'rir,r
will ak for aa ornvr af dietnhntloo, aad will
alo aked tn be 'c barer. All peraona InUr
atd are Hiked to attebd.
Hork lalaaxl. 11L, April 4, ISM.
T. II. Ri iit,
Adminiatrnfor of tbt estate of I'.irleh Brennaa,
TATB OF tLLRfnin. i
Rifa li-an Cucarr, i
ioele McDonald i. Anbar MeDoaald, lac baa
eery. AHldaeltof nn-rMriw of Arthar McDonald,
the above Sefmdant, having been tied In tke
elerh'eofflre of the cir;ltrnrtof aaid count r.ne.
ice latherefor hereby nrra to theeard non reel
da at defandante that the raraplelaant died Ber bill
of complaint In aa'd ronrt, on the chancery eldr
thereof, on th lull day of March, I hi A.
and that tberrnpnn a eammoc leaned oat of a, id
eemrt, wherein d anil la now pepd!. return
': rn Urn Dial Monday la In month
May, the aant bting lira: day of aaid Mir
erei pen. ae I by Uw rri"ird. Now.
nnlca yon. the a,d non-r.id-nt cYfeu t
ant ahoie named ahall pereonaliy he end
appear be lore aaid circuit euurt, on the (ret day
of tho neat term thereof, to bo bolden a:
Hwb laland In and for th aaid conn'y, on the
i lia day In slay am, ami pleml, anawet
or demur to th aaid complainant' bill of
complaint, th ram and th matter and thlnip
therein rharire t ai.d ruted w. II be taken a con
feaaad. and a decree entered agalnet yoa accord
ing H th pra)r of aaid hill.
t , , , . urjtw W. naaaLB, Clerk,
Roe k lalaad, I11 March, III, IKat.
C. 1. BaARra, Complainant' Collcltor.
iTATB OF ILLITftllH, l
In th circuit court. May tana, lK.
Jam omelarr ra llrnre Omaiaee, Jr.. Sne A
Barclay. Joha M Onielacr. Kohert lln-lw,
Mary ftremnth. Maml Waiaoo, Cbrtailn
Aflblavll of non reatileno ofKn A Barr'ar,
John M Wm-laer, Hubert onialaer, MaryNia
nuitb, Mamie Watnm. Cbrltln (lardaer. the
ahme d-fendni, haein been tied In the
clerk 'a offle of the clrrnit ronrt of eald county,
notice i iberefie hrrehy riern mthe mid non
reaident delenlant that the cirmnlalnaot Died Mr
bill otrofaplaint la aaid c.att, on iho ehanccry
aide then . if, on th lT!b ! f Jaiaury. ltt'. d. and
that therenixm a annimona laeocd oat of aid
eonrt, wherein e!d an t la now pcndln. retnma
hle on the Art Micday tn the month of May
next, aa la by law rrqntred. Now, nnlca ym.
the aaid non-realdent defendant abov nam d.
ahall personally be ami appear before the ld
clrrait coart oa th Iret oar of the next teim
thereof, iu be boMea at Hock laland In ard
for tat aoM ranty, on the) drat Monday In
Mar, nest, and plead, anrwer or deeior to tnt
lid rumplalnant bill of complaint, th nunc
nd th matter and tbifir thrrrin charged
anl elated will be taken, ae o.nfrrerd, and a
d.rree entered ualnel Joa accorais; to tbr
prayer of eald bill.
UROriaB W. OAMBLB, Clerk.
Rook Island, I!L, March 9M.
VTrnocnn A Maenit.u
TATlr ILI.ISOIM. I
Hoc launn rxivnTT. I
tn Ike Clrtull tuart In that.eery. Hay trm.
Bdmr llumnbrcT. exrentor of the) laat will and
tratamrnt of William t. Mairhall. IeCaad. v
.lrre. u. Marshall. Hill )aaball. l-wta II
V trenail, Aliha fnarabali and 1 Be aircretd Mil.
In; a , a rrriirllAa-furrclnure.
Aili .m.it that ine p era of rmldenr of Jerrvd
II. Maretiall and Kill Mar-ha.l. two of tbo !
named defendant, ran ned be aacenalned. hae
ln been Hied In the clerk' onVe of the clrcnit
r.,'irt of aid connty, norfce la tncreforo bereby
l-teen to the ano ilefendarita thatth com
.uimn (led hi blil of comnlaint In id
rnurt, on the chancery M thereof, oa tua
nth iltr of March, 1e9n. aad that th-renpoa a aura
none meed o.i of aaid coart, wherela eald anil
la..w pendin. retnrnahl oath drt Mnwday
In lb avmin of May next, ae te hr law required
. nnleea rnn the aaid defendant afcirc
rame.1. Jerred i. Manhail Bad Kills Marahall.
ahall per-mall he a-d appear bef,re eald c'.rcnit
court. the (rat Oar of Ik next term thereof.
I., he holdrn at Kirk re' and In and forth md
e.Miatr. ... the ral M.m.l.r In May next, and
niead anwi r or demur io the eald cnmplalnani'
h'llefr.nnpllnl.tiraamnd lb matter aad
Ihinire t errln charged ai d a:ated will h take
arirei'd. an decree ritercd aralaat let
Brrwnllnc loth praaer of aaid bill.
Bor laland. III.. Warth SI, laas.
tlEOMid W.tiAMIILI. Clerk.
J'. J M"icn, Coaiplaiaaat' anllcltot
TATi or ILIIdln. .
aa latCnrrT. I
la lb Clrrait court. May term. ir-M. Ia ehta.
Farter kktBner, romp'tmatt, n ft. tey R.-y.
no'a, Johall Reynn''a. Hen BcynnMe f.;l,l.p
ftenolda Jr. I.aey M banrmn. Amanda l Her.
Bride and Eli-ba P heealt. Jr. rxccitcr under
th Uet wdl aad ttmeat of Kltah F ker
Aladaatt of aon-roaldcnc of the defend
ante, rteteey Rejnoliia. John D t'oam-ie. Ben
Heaaold. k'leh P He).. 'da, Jr. andR.ia-aP
Hrreo'.la. Jr. eaecatr aadcr ti lael iliad
te-ramet of Bliea P Hraix-M. ?r. Impleaded
with tie abme aamed def.ndanta. I.bt' M chan
eon and Amanda O BoyBolda. havtna? been nrd
m the rlr nfftre) of th circuit court of raid
rnnn-e frHtrrte therefore hrrrhv f tt- lathe aatd
re" re,ini nrfrndant that tne mtnoUtnaot
. hi. .ti of coovlJtnt ta a d court, on the
rnaneeryax tnercteT. on the TilB ar "I rebr-'.!-..
an4 Ik at ihereBpon rrimnne leMed
out .f camrt. w herein aaid eetl la now Bend
'n:iiraaiiMtrterrmeaot the aait eay
rtn thrrrcf. t.voil: . a tb frnirih day of May
act, a u hr law r nil red Kow. nnlca yoa, the
d a.ai-reiitent Vrmdaala anoes aamed, Het
er Kertoi.i. John II Kvynoei.. He Reynold.
.lth 1- l.'rTno'rfa. Jr. ard bllab P Retnold.
aec i'oe eerter th laat w!! and ceUmcnl of
Eiiatia - hVjrold. rr. ahall prranaaliy be aad
arprar Vf.ue the aaid clrcnit curt, on the Clt
day of the next urm the roof. Io b hold en at
M'k la.and i a-d foe in aaid connty, oa th
fonrth ray in y. text, and pbd. anawer
or dem ir to th rvd romnia'nent' bill of
corup ,u . ihe aJItH. wj ih noatu-r ead Ihiac
V"'' 1red ant eratad will e Uhea at eon
I -r"1 a erre entered agaiaat yovl aocord
te( la the prajcr ef aaid ban.
w w. t , . r--a-.a W. flansLB, Clerk.
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I M tBUFORD,
General . . .
LfiwSwS Proaptty Pall
aa a ay t kva aewtaiy tt9 afgrr
toot XaMacat la a.,M-
The Strange Career of
Nora Deegan, the Sultaness
Myth, Imagination and deliberate false
hood have so befogged the life of Nora
Deegan, the adventuress, that even unto
this day she I known by dozen different
names by her psendo biographers, and they
hare given the story of her strange life
nnlimitcd Tariatlons. It la confidently
believed, however, that the facts here pre
sented are accurate.
Nora Dec pan was born in County Cork,
fro land. Her father was drowned when
she was very young. Her mother, a wom
an of nnusual culture, refinement and
beauty for her class, taught drawing,
French, lacemaking and dancing in Cork
till her health gave way. She died when
her daughter was IS.
So beautiful, bright and attractive was
Nora as a child that the peasant women at
Queenstown believed the good fairies were
present at her birth and endowed her with
all the graces.
An orphan, poor and nearly kinless,
Nora's friends were about to appeal to her
uncle, the good Father Mat hew, who was
away working for the temperance cause at
the time, when an old French .musician
and artist, who bad been Sllss lleegan's
admirer and friend and who was childless,
ffered to adopt the little girl. As there
was no one to object to this, Nora was
taken to the home of Professor Manette
and his wife, and she was called for the
time Nora Manette.
Mme. Manette, a Spaniard and a
most gentle and accomplished woman,
loved the girl as if she wore her own
daughter and at once began a course of
Instruction iu studies such .13 are taught
in the first seminaries. Norn's precocity
amazed every one. h-he spoko EnglUli
with a delicious Cork accent. Her voice
was low and musical. Of 1 milium height,
lithe, graceful, block haired and with fJno
gray eyes set under finely urrbi d bro ws
and fringed with long dark lashes, nhe was
a perfect type cf that feminine Celtic
beauty that La rarely seen outeide the west
ooost of Ireland and in Brittany, Franco.
Professor Manctte's cottage was within
bearing distance of the famous ''Bells of
Sliandon," celebrated in Prout's more fa
mous ballad of the same name. By the
time Nora was 17 her grace and beauty
mode her the toast of all tbo young g.tl
lants of the ncighborhotid, who wittily
spoko of ber as "the Shandon belle."
About this time Mme. Manctto died,
and her huband, now about S3, decided
to return to London, where before his
coming to Curk ho had led an orchestra
Nora now spoke French and Spanish
quito as weil as she did English. In addi
tion, she played tho violin, harp and piano.
She was skilled In lucernaking and hail a
talent for drawing and water colors. 'S?ho
sang like an angrl." as ono of her admir
ers said, but her genius was tarpsichorcan.
She believed she could excel Vesta and
Fanny Kissler as a dancer, and she had a
passion for the stage.
Although M10 had never been farther
away from Cork than Blarney cnstlo, the
niagio (tone of which she must have kissed,
for bbo was mistress of tho art of persua
sion, aho had an insatiable craving for
travel. When, therefore. Professor Ma
nette, whom sheudtnired as a musical mar
vel and loved as a father, proposed that
she should go with him to London, she
leaped at tho offer like a hungry trout at
There were no friends to oppose. The
professor was a man "old enough to be her
father" and much respected. London was
the promised land to tho talent of Cork,
and so Nora was envied rather than op
posed by hor friends.
Professor 3T.mctto was not successful in
getting a phme in London. After a few
months bis savings vanished, and wnnt
was at the door, when Nora said: "Wo
have sceii all tho singers and dancers in
the concert halls. Among the women
there is not one ran sing as well as I do,
and you know, faibur, I can beat the best
of them dancing."
' I am sure of that," said Manette.
"And as to looks well. If I'm not
pretty, I am at least prettier than the pret
tiest of thorn."
To this tho professor agreed. lie cer
tainly thought her beautiful, as she surely
was, for from the ashes of his widower
woe there had sprung up a love fire as tor
turing if not as intense as if he had been
30 years younger.
Manette secured Nora an opening nt a
concert hall. She appeared as an Irish
peasant girl in the becoming Ccltlo cos-
APTirL A2ZTZ, so or soka peegax.
t unie. She was set down for "one song
and a aulo jig," the professor accompany
ing iter on his violin. Nora's success, al
though she had never been on a stagtt lie
fore, waa instantaneous. In compliance
with the thunders of applause she sang
not once buLais times. When it canie to
dancing, the inflamed audience kept ber
at it till she was exhausted.
Like Lurd Byron, she woke up one
morning and found lieraeif famous. Rival
managers bid fur the control of her time.
Before a month site bad , a enrriaga at
her service, for she sang and danced In
from two to four places every night.
With snoceas she developed a. fondness
for jewelry and fine drws and be pnv
feserrr's fondness for Jier lrwcbeai the ado
ration stage. Nearly everyone believed she
was his daughter. The advertisements
poke of her as" Mile. Manette," the name
"Nora," tho paper said, came from ber
Irish mother. And this was the begin
ning of the fiction that followed her life.
One day Professor Kanette, who very
properly credited himself with much of
his ward's success, proposed to her. She
ehecked her inclination to laugh at him,
for light and trivial tbongh she certainly
was, she was not deficient in gratitude or
"I can never regard yen but as a father,"
she said, "and I will care for yon while I
live, but as to marriage and liSJe, why, to
be frank, I love another."
She did not say who this other was, but
all London knew it within a week, for she
bad run away with Lord Grosvenor, heir
BL'LTAX ML LEV HASSAN.
one of tho finest properties in England.
The two were regularly married in Scot
land and went to live in France, where for
a year Lady Grosvenor led a quiet and en
tirely respectable life.
But the young husband's friends insti
tuted divorce proceedings and they planned
so as to lend him to lielieve that his wife
was not faithful. It is said that in consid
eration of a large bribe Nora lent herself
to the plot. Certain it is she soon grew
weary of a quiet married life and offered
no opposition to tho divorce.
One month after the decree was granted
she was dancing and singing in Paris.
In the meantime Professor Manette had
committed suicide under romant ic circum
stances. He charged Nora wirli his death
and at onco she became one of the most
notorious women in Europe. Her salon
was the rendezvous of the fast set. The
Due do Murny was nn admirer and it is
said Napoleon III visited her Incognito.
After two years of this life and before
she was 21 Nora ran away with Prince
Warnoff of tho Russian embassy nnd a
kinsman of tho czar. After a year this
marriage was annulled with Nora's con
sent, her condition being that tiie edict of
disgrnco against the prince should be re
voked. She now determined to give up tho stage
and prepare fur entering a convent.
Nora was dropping out of tho busy
world's memory, when one morning all
Paris v.-as ngog at the news that slio had
run away with tho handsome young priest
who hud been her confessor. The young
priest's friemls were powerful. They
charged him with insanity and he was
locked up in an asylum and tho fascinat
ing Nora was invited to leave Franoe,
which she did in an open, deliberate way.
Sho went back to London, returned to
tho vaudeville stago and Ix-cnme a greater
success than before. Although Lord Gros
venor had in tho meantime married a wo
man of his own class, so great was his in
fatuation for Nora that his friends kept a
close watch on him, fearing sho might run
him off again.
After a year in London she joined a
company to piny through Spain and tho
seaports of northern Africa.
Apart from her fascinating personality
Nora must have had raro talents ns a
dancer and singer. Tho dancers of Madrid
have long been famous, yet this woman
created a perfect furore in the Spanish
capital. The students drew her eurriage
from tho opera house, and gay army offi
cers smoked cigarettes named after her.
Hero a young nol ieitian, a direct descend
ant of the great Columbus, risked her to
be his wife, but she received a warning, or
it may havo been that sho was satisfied
with her marital experience; hut, be that
as it may, sho had 1 lie good sense to refuse
After a profitable tour through Spain
and t bn Balearic islands tho company to
which Nora was attached went to Tan
gier. This was tho pivotal event of this
strange womun's lifo.
The manager did not expect patronage
from tho subjects of his majesty the em
peror Or sultan of Marocco, yet the Mos
lems cnine in eager crowds to see the won
derful dancer and to listen to her houri
Having exhausted Tangier, the man
ager was aJjitut to sail for Malta, when he
received an. order to TK.rform before the
sultan at his palace in the capital. Tho
manafrer was glad to oliey, lint it is doubt
ful If ho would havo gone had ho foreseen
The saltan. Mnley Hassan, then a stout,
dark man of 45, with a well stocked harem,
was nt once infatuated with Nora.
After the performance tho sultan had a
private talk with the young woman.
What passed between them is not known,
but it is known that when the company
left Tangier its principal attraction was
left back in the sultan's palace at the cap
iial. It is now pretty well understood
that NoTa adopted the Moslem faith in
consideration of her being made first wife,
The sultan died In 1894 and his wifo in
l?i5. She exercised a good influence over
her opulent, lorlmroas husband.
Although tho question has been raised,
there is now but little doubt that the
present sultan, Abdul Az.iz, who was
born in 1,78, Is the arm of Nora Pnegan.
Alfred B. Calhoun.
An Explorer's Admitarw.
A Mr. Fitzgerald, accompanied by a
Swiss guide, has been doing all sorts of
daring things io the almost unknown
mountain region of New Zealand. He
very nearly came to grief on Mount Sef ten,
the Matterhorn of New Zealand. For
three days he and his guide had to subsist
on half a day's provisions, pushing their
way through, almost impenetrable scrub.
For a whole night they saton a ledge only
18 inches broad, while their garments froze
to them. But they enjoyed It all ia re-
Of City Ttwaeoxwr for Period
April 1, ISM. .
April U lESi, City olerk
L M Bufoed. citj collector
i O reed, towoakip collec .or
F Tttteruictoa. connty treaaarer
W F schroider. police aiattatrate.....
T t MtdilL it. major
Wi Ham hake r. township c illector....
S) 1 6)
IS 8t 47
, TH so
10 453 OU
April 1 169S. To bilat.ee... goxi ?t
Trana.em.-tf to public library s tr.S SS
Edwards A Wales Contraction Co .. s;g 51
irarenuort Hock leluid Kallwpy Co. J) tl
M ternary s is
BIU (arable 5 451 f
tunungen; account... j e!T Hi
lectiiaa accunat 1 StS rw
Fire lieptrtmrot No I 71
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Bisateenili street propetty holder?,
Seventh to Bight h nvenae.... 6
First rd fidewalk - 1.1X9 tu
Fifth nurd aidewaik .. 91119
Fonrth ward sidewalk l'm 03 n
Flfta avenue property bolder 7 ri
Fourth avenue property holders l jm
Flick A Johnson Const ruction Co... 443 fx
Health account. STxngs
Interest account 13,110
Litat account...... i-J.mt K
icenee account ' 40 tu
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flftice aecount. 1 l.cs ,ss
Police acouunt Il.ots 73
Print ng account "t. 3 hs
Salary account a .4.1 ai
Scwtr a.unt iuj
(1 eeu-eet acconnt a 140 S7
Sea! bun.- account... 47 ;7
silencer rquare 1 (,71 7.,
Sixth ward eliicwallc i,r.i ;cj
Seventh ward sidewalk 1 041 lis
Seventh aveuuo property holders 7a!l Tu
Seventh ward eewtr y i
!revnib ward aewcr improvement.... 1 arti 0
Slo. m drain 1;.-, m
Sixth ward eldewalk, Special" 18 7s
seventh ward sidewalk. "Special".. Sj US
Seventeenth elr.et proper.y holders,
Ntmh to Eighteenth avenuce... . 61 on
Sixta ward aencr 41a bu
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nue SaienieeRtu street prjperty bolder,
Fonith to eevf-mn aveiuee
Seventeenth rtreet protierty hollers,
. eeveoth to Nmth ateuuee
Seventh avenue improvement
Sixteenth afreet l mrertv l,..l,!r.
1 s54 Si
r, ; a
Secoi d n ard si ;ewal
bevanteentn iu Nineteenth atieet
eiiiMi u... . ... 1 l-
Twelfth street piojeitv holder"".".'
1 wnuv-'ufni eireel property holders
Thirtieth stteci property holders
Tenty-nrat s.reot sewer
Wstruer lniunctmn entt
GntLset tiioe 1.!!.
rum ward s diwalk. 'Slice -a "
a I ey pavibto account
Tweiittetu street property holders....
April 1, 18!W, To balance jo 4ss tu
Ap-.il 1, 1S9 by bilancc .. 1 r..Vf 19
toy c ty clerk g..tlj 1 3
I 475 X
April 1 ls;s. By balance
To paid orr!cr
April 1, 193, To kahince
45 (- C4
S 8? 317 ii
By F Tittcrington, county troarnrer.. J aae IK
By F W billier, city roilertor SO .Ij5 bi
by Davenport A Hock Island K I -
waylo ; 45,5 0!
Bv city clerk 14. j.,
April 1, ISM. By balance
To Davenport A Rock Island Ball
To hdwards A Walsh Construction Co
To aUhteenttt street property holders
Fourth avenue propeity boi lers
Fifth avtnneroierty notders
Nineteenth street property holders.. .
l'nvini; vouchers ontsandiiig .
Seventh avenue property boidel
Sevei tb ward sewer Columbia park.
Bixteenth street property holders
Biateenfb street property holders,
Fnun h to Fit 1 fa-and-a u -If avenue .
Thirtieth street property boliiers
Twentieth street property holders....
. ft Ss
1,1 III 66
li.l I Hi
Twvnty-tttlrd Mrs t property li,ldcr.
oe-veuieeiiiD aereei property n 1 ers,
Fourtu to seventh avenue
Seventeenth itreet t.roprrty holder ,
Seventh t ajimi avenues........
Voni hers out anding
M Yereurv... ......... .. ..........
April 1, lr'.Hi. To balance
. 4i,l,7 Ul
S 51. 810 n
Hot K IM. 111., Apr I T. IWai,
1, C. R. Charoheriiu, ireu,urtir of the city i f
Reck l.lana. 111., do cir.it r tha. the t mm'mz
rtatemrnt ia a true and corieci retort or recvuie
auu difbuneinenta lor the year ending April 1,
Ibtio, ai S'-iowu by my books.
C rt t iiaanrnL'S, Treasurer.
Snbfcribed and sworn to before mc this 7.h day
'I el April, A. 1. 111
sbai- F. 3. Kntnr.r.
v t JtotHry Public.
are they who are afflicted with pim
ples, boils, . carbuncles, running
sores, ulcers, scrofula, cancerous or
syphilitic bftecuons, 6r any other
blood taint whatsoever, and "do not
try a h) cent bottle of Foley's Sar
eaparilla. For salo at M. F. Bahn
ren's drug store.
b Simmons Liver Regulator dont
forget to take ft The Liver sets sluggish
during the Winter, just like all nature,
and the rrtern becomes choked up by
the accumulated waste, which brings on
Malaria, Fever and Ague and Rheuma
tism. You want to wake up your Liver
now, but be sure you take SIMMONS
Liver regulator to do ft it also
regulates the Liver keeps ft rwoperiy at
work, when your system will be free from
poison and the whole body invigorated.
You get THE BEST BLOOD when
your system is in A condition, and that
will only be when the Liver is kept active.
Try a Liver Remedy once and note the
difference. But take only SIMMONS
Liver regulator h is Simmons
Liver REGULATOR which makes the
difference. Take ft in powder or in liquid
already prepared, or make a tea of the
prm dtr; but take SIMMONS LIVER REGU
LATOR. You'll find the RED Z on every
package. Look for it.
T. H. Zeilia at Co RiilaeletplUa, !.
One and a half teaspoonfuls
gives better results than two full tea
spoonfuls of any other. VTRY IT.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Room Mouldings, Pictures, Picture
Frames and Window Shades is at the
Adams Wall Paper Company,
310, 3ia and 314 Twentieth street
!s Blood Purifier nt
Mr. Cl nsmmnnd OC1A (J
fcl1" b Polonin. I liad BOOM aaJ CARBUNCLES lofEn aaJ
4rn K7t? v"TJwKfui tiiKUts. Kor alaiut ninn nioutba I bad a SORB IN lT-
lilOSE whlcb would not in n ta nf .11 1 ,,.i.i .u ... 1 ... 1. i 1 2
t2. liSiJm K,,-novtr "" J Purl tied niv blood aotb raire baa ben led op innrVl,
)b.tXr -1 ?lZ:Zh ,l7?,llve O'JT"'1 nl 1 now aleep better and feel better tban l ii
f aae for a long Uaue' It la an excelleut tonic for the nanrsa. atomaco. bowala. Uvar. .u,"
HJr. Lav s
ll tlui BMMflf. ,iim Im
k...j rnnatipaiion. nrer ana mane a nearws and al.a
nervous and blood diiieaaea. hi-aitueha. hiiin.,i.n.. ...... ...1 ... Zl : muA
Sold hYdruirrlatanraar.t h. n.-.l t.
'At ThlC Tim ft nl Vai
)a lllltf IIIIU VI I Call
ktiPd snd arinihM Ihn l.la t
1 1. . . . , Kiiu; new iiieami v 1 jror w ine who a Dndr.
Ittseoneentraled. In tablet form, very nleaant and! a9 ? nnan J'a
t , V T-rea wnn no
T. H. THOMAS.
JOHST M. rARIDOM.
PiLkomoir & son
Painters and Decorators
PA7Z3 HA2!raZE3. C30KZ27ESS. ito.
SHOP, 419 StrcntMBtli St.; IllLAinJ. ILL.
School cf Dress Making
KT 13 CUE TSDSfillCLKIUC.
Oar SCHOOL is decidedly
the best place ia this vicin
ity to learn the entire art of
French Dress Making. Pupils
make dresses while Yearning.
Good positions for competent
persons. Fashion plate and
Bednoed Rates for the next SO
days to those taking the system.
&0OBM SS and M, MeXacris BaUalac
DiUSOTT'S 3ERVEEWE PILLS.
The BTcat n-m
Cf for nervouf
all next dia-
.V Urfi 'l UJK:i
. ml'm omna
fcof either a-x.
auch bk .Veroos
vbb aa arraa t'i. Pniiimr or Lai
Manhood. Im potency. N'ifrhtly r.mla.lona. Youth
f nl Error. Meatal Worry. rii-etwti-e uar of T
baoooor Opium, waicb Iraa fiCtftunuTiplion and
Insanity. With every 93 order we five a writ
ten fruBrantoe to cure or refund the money.
Sold at H.WS) per bos. S box- for ti.Ott. Hit,
aUrrr "nafit VUMflSt. iiatelaa, uw.
Bold br T. li-Thoau. drocaiat.
KaM ttf mtiTATiOM.
i-rcnsaLC cvali. DnuooijTa oqO
i 01CKSOM MEDICAL CO. CM ILL"-
JSO JO CLAW it iH8iLB'l4t. . Z
gN.Bi Don1 take'any subMitute 5
; ith the same name but different -?
pelliiif5 on tvhich yourdrtifMist 5
makes mice as much m.
tVCaVAMK OrjMITATICN. "
A-. J. MMm, rearta ar. aadtxi at .kock lalaad
Dr. Ksv's Renovator ha m mi I
a f . . .
. . .. - . (
.:.r.'-.'"-r? "J1"', ."'"I1 """
it is lnvalnnlilr a It ranntil. ...1 f- I
. , , v. ....
vieorates the whole svstam and Btirl.l
1 . .." . , " . '
aioniacti. w BTa9a9 aaSlaa
Bint A. raVBIDOB
BTATB OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock luD CocirrT. I
In t be eountjr cmrt at the June terra. A. 1-M,
C'barlr M Hranilrnhnrx v Miry A Ciitt. wid
ow. Ji nr.le Ilevoe. Jacob W Citt. atatlbla I'hll
lipr. rarab Adama, I'alvia (iitt.Jobn K Oitl.
Cora Klli. M Elv. w illiam ttitt and MenrKe It
W'.L-'ina. administrator of aataie of EUzabelft
Hraiilrr, dixeawd. I cilnon t aril rial ertata
ti pay tletita
To tho atove-narat al defi ndanta. Manilla Ttill.
Hp arah Adaai, CaMn l.ttt aad Wllllaaa tint:
Affidavit of the non-reaifleore of yoa. afatilaa
Phillipa, Calvin t.ltt and William :ilt, and aflida
vitihatyoB, tarah Adam. cannot ba fdnd. ao
that proceaa ran be rcrvtd upon yoa, and that
Bfoii diligent Inquiry your pi we of reaidriire
cannot b aacarlained notice u hwvby itl'aa tu
you au1 each of yoa that the above named petl.
llon-r baa filed In the aaid roor; hia po
tilion airalnat yoa for leav to eell real relate to
par debia; that a anaimoiia baa Ifeeu uiaued m
ailcsuee aaainrt yoa, ri larnable to lb June
term. A. I)., IMn. of aaid court to be begun and
boldrn at the court bona In the city of Kock lal
and. in eald county of Kork lalani. 00 Ihe fi rat
Monday o June. A D , lattt, at waicb tl-ne and
pan- - on will appearand plea-!, auaarer or de
mur to a d petition if yon ee fit.
llated at Hock lalaad. III- till. Sib day of April,
A. U., lMai. Hiai MAHKoai.au,
derkof aid coiidIt I'oart.
Ewbenbt AW-.iKta. Solicitor for Petitioner,
BTATB OK ILLIHOIS, I
County court of t'.ocli I land county, to tn Ma
taim. A. D. in.
CharlecSchrelherBdmlniatratorof the ecui of
Olaf A. Anderiatn. deceaacd, v Lonlaa Ander
rem. Oecar Anderaon. trbarlea Anderar.n, Krai!
Andron, Ida hcliroilitr, chrlatlna ve!ea, Naa
3. Neloa and J ulietie Ludlocton. petition to sell
r-al ctale to par delit".
Affldarlt of tb non-reridene nf Erafl Aadervon
and Juliette Lndinrt m. d-fen'lni ahove named,
bavin; been filed ii the office of th clerk of tho
county court of Kr.c lalaad county, notice in
hereby given to the aaid Bmtl Anderson aad Joll
ett Lodfnirton that the aaid plaiatlff. Cbarlea
rhrieoer, adt.iatatrator c f tke e.lale of olaf A.
Anderaon, deceased, baa Sled hi petition la tha
aid eountv erart of Kork Irland eonnty for an or
der tn pell tie rrraie be Ion pin to te at of
aaid oveaaaed. o nioeb. of it aa atay b aerrdeo
io y the debt of aaid deeeaaed, and deacrlbed
aa fojiowa. lo-wlt- BeL'ianiiig at tb aortneaat
corner of ibe south haif im of to Bortbeau;
onarteri'a) of a.ttWu aamber flv (5) in Inwa
ebip number a- ventoea I7 north, raair Banner
ono tl i weat of the rourth (4iai prim-tual merid
ian; the.ee a.utb on section line fifty (60) feat
for a surttna point; t-ja nee weKoae husdred
andteutr-2tKbt UW) feat ; thence o at b fifty (Mi)
feat; toe nee east on hundred and twenty-etirht
(1 feet; these aor.b Cfty M feet la the
place ef beeinnlnr;, riervinT a tnp twenty
eurrit CJii feet wid. on the east aida for a road ;
alllineato rua parallel with the carreavaadiair.
Beini; Uie pmnlee kiown and dcaerihad aa lot
number too (il In bkar nnmaer (ItecB (151 la
Orlabd Child' add'tio to the city of Mollne a
deeurnaied on Hie lecnrded plat f aaid addition
atiuat in the eoanty of Koea laland aad mate of
lllinut. a4 that a kaaunowa ha been staved out
of aaid court R-aiBa; you. returnable at tbe April
terra A. If, liaai, of eald court to b boidaa th stkj
d-r ol April, A. Jr. 1J. at the conn boa in -Hi
c Island. Iu hock Island county, Illinois
Sow. nt:a yoa. tb aaid Krai l Andersoa a4
Jaileue Laillceloa ahall vernonally be aa4 aupear
before tl said connty court. of Roe ui.a
'"ni r a th fat day of a tana thereof, va b boa.
" iBiaecnyor Hock laV
a .M'S'u.nXf- " th day -f M.r.
A. O.. I an, and plead, answer or demur to ton
corovlaiiraan'a petition Sled there in. the sassn
and tlie ruauer and hIb taercla cbarawd ana
ata-edwiil he taka a enfeaeo. and a decree
.17!. mtJBW econliDC tbe prayer of
huck U!U7d. Mxrcli 2V
Mr 1 aaa sVoa m.. 1 Jl.
I ,AC"" H rraT, OoaipuUBaat s Bolkltoral