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THIS ABO PB. FRIDAY. AUgUBT -..28, 1896.
I.EOAL. r'xr-cntr.r'a. N'.tic. F.'l ilix.f I'l rn k MrThiliald. llrtM r I. Tlir i.iidrr-o'lieO baVin:; 'M-rfl ft;.Htt flrCO la of )' Ia.1 will and testament of Patrick M -li !. lat of th connty of Itock Island, .lite of III d-er. .1, btrrbf gives notice ttat she will i; ar before the county court of Kiick Island e jum, l th ; ofi'ire of tin clerk of said court, la t m fi'y "f Keca Island, at the .Nmembrr term, on t :e Ir.t Monday In N' varohtr next, at which Uma a'l para as havtna claims aealnat said estate a-a hotiii't aal ra('itcd to auead, for the purpose of re ln the earn, adlnated. A'l p"oia Indebted to aaiil set at o ura re quest a to sake named la payment to Ut sa detstrnr-d. fiev lBf 21th dav of April. A. t lma Ban i.lt Mi UoffaLU, Ex tutrix. Administrator's Notice Eata'a cf Ilmu 8. Hilda, deceased. Tha BiutcnilirMd harlni bora appointed iain Istratot of estate of Taenia r. SWie, l of t tt f raiti ijf Kiki Island, stale r Illinois, de- hsrebys-lv. aotica that lliey w.l! ao;ear b-fof.. the r'Hiatjr court of K ial..iid cun ts, a- i... 00 of tha Clerk of ssld roust. In l i'ri i 'MI Nl'tnl.at toe (irtol.s lerin. on 1 1 Hft M"n l( mi In inker, aati. at all h time al p rt.ot, fcavinir rlaiin r-a.nl aM r tale am aotitVd siei se.piesinitoa'teim for the purpn of aetio the saiae atjii'tc'l. All .ejesmi In.lehu-J to said astste arr reneest t tn bmIo Iramwliate pajBHrnl to tha nuler mm 1. D'nl la's trh.lari.f A 'isn't. A. 0. If. Notice to Contractors. a 1 pmposa'a wilt he received ap to to a m. Au r. ill mm, h ths unit rsUn.d. in bandies c aiim U a .f Kk fslenl .'ly roan sou-., for a t-nry horn hillrr aoara. w th brick smoke atses tin bntit round aid sfjneve strw. a'so self-supp-siiie si'tl a s k. Kurjli-r. hi 'i ar. nked io' Viop.iT horizontal tnlintar hmla-a. f'l an ieiiktloi;a for tba bnild Intrant a arka aw on al at D'lpt. D J. Oi.Hu nfll c. 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For Delicacy, for parity, ami for ImproTemeat of the com plexion nothing equaJa Pozzost'a Ponta. V vu.i.ifi'i-o t j c-ro tr.y Vtt7'' V i "f!:i nriTirt: pre- on accoJUa yi.Ti faoT, al 111 a 1 dj LAST CAimMDGES. I TORY OF THE INCIDENT DEPICTED IN A CELEBRATED PAINTING. The M&cniflcent Bravery of a Handful of .French Marinea Sole! era Whose Brav ery Waa Becosnized by Their Conquer or. ' Wlio lias not urcn a rrint of the fa mous picture, "The Lat Curtriilgcs," by Alphouso do Nenrilli'? The original is in the gallery of 0110 of Xew York's citizens. Well, in that picture the wouncM major leaniuj? against the old chest and watching through the win dow the effect of the Tnroo'a last shot is Lambert, tlto hero of Bazeillea. Tho story of that picture is Lrief enough, ui:d yet it I;;u l'.evtr been printed in fall in any Aiueric:in paper. It U as follows: On Sept 1, 1ST0, the Oerman artil lery was thundering uiuund .Situn. The French army was unaltered. Its cavalry had made that last and de-perattf charge which bronglit from the lips of old King William the exclamation so often quoted in French papers, "Oh, les braves gens!" At Bazeilles, where the French infantry in scattered groups continued to fight furiously and hopelessly, dis puting every inch of ground wilh the enemy, tho German losses were severe. On tho northern outskirts of tho town a small number of French marines, barri caded in a house known ns La Maison Bourgerie, kept np a prolonged resist ance, actually holding in check almost an army corps. This handful of heroes was composed of Lambert and his men. The Fifteenth Bavarian regiment in vested tho house, firing at tho windows, without attempitng to take the place by Rtorm. Major Lambert and Captains Ortus and Anbert directed the lire. They transformed all the openings of the house into loopholes, from which they poured a deadly fire into the ranks of the Bavarians, who were obliged to fall back repeatedly. Re-enforceineiita after re-cuforceinents arrived, tflut re pulse followed repulse. The marines ki pt tip u perfect hail of bullets, against which it seemed impossible to anvanee. Iho Bavarians were mowed down mercilessly. Bet tho licsieged, too, had a hard time of it. Tho bullets tore into shred9 tho mattresses with which they naa barncadod tho windows, and tho woodwork was shattered into splinters. But from the two rooms of the first story of tho building tho Frenchmen handled their chassepots with deadly effect. Lambert, with pale checks and flashing eyes, constantly shontcd in a hoarse voice: "Stick to it, boys! Stick to it!" Captains Ortos and Anlx-rt. each with a ehassepot in his hand, blazed awav with tho rest. Tho odor of powder was almost stifling, hut the Frenchmen coolly continued to nse np their last cartridges. Tho little troop was gradu ally becoming smaller and smaller. The wounded and the dcacl lay in heaps upen tho floors. Tho Bavarian general, out of patienco with the extraordinary re sistance of that handful of Frenchmen, ordered an attack by the artillery. A shell fell upon the roof, tearing a big hole in it, and also in the ceiling just above tho heads of Lambert and his men. But, fortunately for them, it burst above, and, strange enough, did comparatively little damage. A few men were wonnded by tho flying pieces of timber. But the smoke with which it filled tho placo was suffocating and almost blinding. ".Stick to it, boys!" shouted Lambert. And they stuck to it. At lust tho ammunition was becoming exhausted. Tho cartridge boxes of t he dead and wounded were picked np and their supply eagerly grabbed. But is did not last long. Kadi one was fired, tho last by Captain Aubert. Then Lambert opened the door and with a white handkerchief in his hand limped out in front of tho enemy. Tho Bavarian soldiers were furious- at their losses. A crowd of thorn at the sight of tho Frenchman made a dash at him with their bayonets, but just then brave Captain Lessignold of tho Fifteenth Bavarian infantry dashed forward, cov ered the Frenchman wilh his body and sword in hand drove back tho men who were about to butcher him. So Lambert and all that remained of his men became prisoners of war. They numbered nlxrat 40, all more or less wounded. That evening Major Lambert and Captains Ortus und Anbert were brought before the crown prince ' of Prussia, afterward Emperor Frederick 11L They offered him their swords. "Keep your swords, gentlemen," said the crown prince. "We don't disarm brave soldiers liko you. " On tho 1st of tptember, 1S05, Gen rral Lambert made a pilgrimage to the crypt where lie the remains of his com panions of that memorable day. Then he went to see the Maison Bourxorie. That establishment is transformed into a national museum that is to sar. it is covered and sheltered by another building, and the original house stands . inside, just as it Was when Lambert left . it. But there is one unfortunate mistake in De Xeuville's picture. There was no inrco in iumuen Lunc. ann tne man . - C 1 . 1 I . ;j . t viio uitru iuc iau l uririujjy was cap tain Aubert. Tho captain must have smiled when ho saw the strange ixirtrait which the famous artist made of him. i General Lambert is now in the re 'ervo forces, having passed the legal limit for a general m the regular army. I Some years ago the badauds cf Paris used to ask each other the solemnly stu pid question, "Have you seen Lambert?" And at that time nobody had seen him. and nobody had any expectation of ever seeing him. But now all Pans has seen him. The French army glories in him. The Ger man army honors him, and every one who has visited a picture gallery or stopped in front of a picture store in any city of the civilized world has seen his portrait. Le Journal Ofneiel reports uat ne Has neen promoted to tne u:g ' nity ot grand officer in the Legion cf Honor. Xew York Son. ELECTRICITY AND WAR. t ie Telegraph as an. Agency In Preterm- j Inff fence. ' In the course of his farewell speech at the dinner f the British chamber of commerce in Paris Lord Dnfferin, the retiring British embassador, said: But whatever may be the nps and downs of the diplomatic career, every member of the service, no matter how unpromising the post he oecnpies, may console himself with the reflection that, if he is industrious, prudent, and, above all, single minded, the bread he casts upon the waters will not be lost, and that, perhaps, when he least expects it, his day will dawn, for, though, like ev erything else, the outward aspects of diplomacy have changed since the be ginning of the century, never have the nations st. od in greater need of tho thing itself than at the present kuomeut. What do we st around us? The whole of Europe is little better than a standing camp numbering luillious of aruied men, while a double row of frowning and opposing fori reuses bristles along every frontier, t ur harbors are stuffed, ami the seas swarm with ironclad navies, to whose numbers, I am forced to ad mit, England has been " obliged, in self defense, to add her modest quota. Even in tho remotest east the passion for mil itary expansion has displayed an unex pected development. "In fact, thanks to the telegraph, the globe itself has become a mere bundle of nerves, and the slightest disturbance at any one point of the system sends a portentions tremor through its morbidly sensitive surface. Wo are told by the poets of old that when Zens nodded the golden halls of his Olympus shook to their foundations. Today it would suf fice for any one of half a dozen august personages to speak above his breath or unwittingly to raise his little linger, and, like in a heaven overcharged with electricity, the existing conditions of unstable equilibrium which sustains the European political system would be np fcet, anil war, waged in circumstances of greater hurror than has been hitherto known to the experience of mankind, might eventually envelop not Eurojx' alone, but two nay, all the four con tinents at once, since in cverv one of them representative and offshoots of the contending nations wonld of neces sity be brought into collision. "It is to prevent catastrophes of this kind that we nieek, civil spoken and mild mannered persons have been in vented. Looking at us, you will perhaps say that we are a poor and fi-eble folk, and that our calling is asorry prescrv. tive against such dangers; but, such as it is, it is the best device that human ingenuity has been able to discover. After all, a very thin wire proves a per fectly effective lightning conductor, and for over SO years, thanks to this unpre tending agency, an unbroken peace has been maintained between yovr native laud and the country with whose pros perity and welfare your own interesu; are so closely a.-sociatcd. " Vchappy Anatrin. The cruel humiliation Austria suf fered in Italy was followed by the crush ing blow at Sudowa and the not less painful collapse of a brother's ambitious in .Mexico. If the dignity of a Ca;sar was to be saved for the Hapsbtirgs out of the wreck, it seemed most likely to be achieved ou the lines suggested Lv Count Beust. The choice once made, it was impossible to turn back. What is given as a boon to distressed nationali ties in the name of progress cannot aft' erward be withdrawn on the plea of prudence. The result is pathetic, but there is no help for it. We see Croats, Ruthcnians, Poles, Servians, Wallachs and the rest of the half barbarous hordes cutting one an' other's throats wlieu they are not com' biuing to insult the civilized Hungari ans and Germans, whose fate it is to bo their neighbors. We see Vienna itself in the hands of a fanatical anti-Semitio rabble, andwc see tho power of the only capable parliamentary party in Austria broken by hopeless dissensions. Truly the domestic state of the empire is nothing less than pitiable. Its influence in fcnrope is also a thine of the nasi. Tho Balkan states, which were its props in the south, have publicly gone over to Russia, and its solitary remaining pro tection against dismemberment is the alliance with Italy, which covets Dal- niatia, and with Germany, which is moving iie;.vt-u and earth to establish secret relations with Russia. Saturday iteview. Mntrimonv and Patience.. Matrimony and patience! It is not al ways a perfi;ct. combination, is it? In South Africa the savage tribes havo a necnli.-ir nrVtiMt Cliov put the matrimonial candidate through C" """ oj ins entering tne noiy state. His hands are tied no in a bag contain ing five ants for two knurs). If he bears unmoved the tortures of their stings ho is considered qualified to cope with the nagging anct uaily jar and fret cf mar rii-d life. Smt h a man would make ai admirable mtti-:,..i Wa n-m.u t. upset by the thoughts of a spring bon net or grow irritable every time the steak was overdone. Tho idea of having a putience trial for those about to marry . . i - - ... . . . . is one ii civiuzea people mignt adopt. Two Archbishopa. The archhi - a 'a. vm'vvi ay i-a J primate of all England, and therefore takes precedence of the archbishop of lork, who is oulv "nrimate of Enir. land. " This very nice distinction was made several cent riT-iOH nrrn nn wmnfc of a very bitter dispute arising between urc two iuueiionanes as to which should precede tne otner. The matter was set tled by conferring precedence upon the archLishop cf Canterbury, the two titles being also bestowed at the same time. fiide Talk at tha Wed dine "Wtat sort ot girl U she?" '"she is a miss with a mission. " "Ah!" "And her mission is seeking a man With a mansion. " -Ohl'' KarlemLife. CRUDITY IN EUROPEAN ART. xnericane Have Satiafied the Hunger For ew Creation. . Is there no art in Morse's telegraph. in Fulton's steamboat or Colt's revolver or in an American cultivator, bnt only in a morlnit projection upon canvas of Dante's insane portraitures of a sup posed but impossible torture of lost souls in hell or the ever recurring monks of the wine cellar lewdly gibing the waiter girls that bring them their inebriating cups? Two-thirds of all the so called art of Europe consists of pic tures that are both deniablo and un true, designed to commemorate events that never occurred or to preserve our reverence for ideas which the human mind no longer seriously entertained. American art must be the embodiment of American ideals and not the refkxof uiediu-val hleuls which no longer com mand the sincere respect of even the lum-un linud. The art of Europe is as crude in its way as that of America, be cause it does not relate to ideas that are now or ever ngaiu can be potential over the liuman mind. The most ixw.-erf ul and artistic fiction of modern times, perhaps of any period, whether judged by the extent to which it has been read, dramatized, acted, im itated and translated or by the depth of its revolutiomtry effects on society, is v. ncte 'lorn s Cabin. ' It drew much of its power from the hunger the world felt for a new art that should lie Amer ican. Irving wrote volumes on England, fc'pain, Mohammedan histories, etc., all of which are passing into waste paper because they havo not the originality of true art, while his name lives only in that small portion of his work whose theme was American viz, the legend of Sleepy Hollow, Rip Van Winkle and Diedrieh Knickerbocker. Humboldt showed that travel and observation were fine arts, and that the liest Held for. their practice lay in America. Audubon lifteil the study of birds into a lino art and found no field necessary to its prac tice but America. Lowell, Mark Twain and Bret Harte have lifted American humor into an art so fine that the Euro pean world itself is inquiring whether all real humor is not exclusively an American art. Gnnton s Magazine. Groceries In Rroohlyn. Nowhere are the grocery stores thick er than in Brooklyn. On many of the main arteries of traffic one will find cor ner after corner occupied by a grocery store, with often one or two gaocers in the middle of tho same block. And they all seem to thrive. New York city boasts a more luxurious chiss of people than the uverago Brooklyn grocer sup plies, but the' standard of living ou the average is higher iu the City of Church es than elsewhere, and the grocers sell a better average quality of goods there. Originality is not a common virtue in Brooklyn grocerdom, however, nor ii it frequently met with anywhere t lse, for that matter, but m the City of Church es (a more appropriate name would be the City of Grocers) one is led to look for greater varietv of store decoration and display of goods and in methods of doing business from the simple fact that must of the establishments arc so ueat aud clean and t he goods so attract ive and well displayed. New York Merchants' Review. An Enterprising; Barrister. Lord Chelmsford relates that a frietad of his at the bar was once engaged in a nautical case, in which it appeared that a vessel had been exposed to a very se vere gale of wind and had been thrown iqion her beam ends. The barrister, ig norant of nautical matters, asked a sea man who was in the witness box how it was they did not lower the topmast, upon which tho witness said with a sneer, "If yon knew as much of the sea as I do, you wonld know that this is not a very easy matter." This incident led the counsel to tnrn his attention to the subject, and he invented nn apparatus for lowering topmasts, for which he ob tained a patent aud realized thereby up ward of i 100,000 by this invention. Pittsburg Dispatch. riestsed at the Ootlook. The higher education is always to be desired, but pi-ople senictinics have strange reasons for taking it. For in stance, the tauuten r hailed a nephew the other day, mid said: "I hi :ir. Ten:, yi u are going to the Institute of TvL..: t;y u xt year?" "Yes," vas the prompt reply, and the boy's face fairly Ik aim d. "And v.-hy trc you going there?" was the. not unnatural qwsiiou. "Oh, so I can huvo i;ur more long summer vacations." was the unexpected ijuswir. Boston Budget. Free Pilla. Send your address to H. E. Buek lin & Co., Chicago, and get a free sample box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. These pills are easy in action and are particularly effective in the cure of constipation and sick headache. For malaria and liver troubles thev have been proved in valuable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by trivins tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the sys tem. Regular size -' cents per uwx Sold by Hartz & Ullcmcyer, drag gists. - Khenan.tlaaa Cared In a Day. ;Myatic Cure" for rheumatism and neuralgia cures in 1 to 3 days. Its action upon the system is re markable and mysterious, it re moves at once the cause, and the disease immediately disappears. The first dose greatly relieves. 75 cents. Sold by Otto Grot ian, druggist. Kock Island, and Gust bchlegel & Son, 220 West Second street. Davenport. In Geru.iiLy pat ins may be takeu oe.t for ini roeiiit nts cf inventions ircutiy (ateuted. LitiAL Executor's Notice. E;aieof Amaiah Thornton, deccaacd. The unders.uneil t avicc barn apiiointed execu tor of the ;at will -oil testament of Amaztah Tborct..o. late of the county of Rock Irlaiid. atate of Illinois, ilecensad. rnreoy give notice tent be will apiH'ar bifor the county conn, ot Kick l-'and coiiotr. a lite fit "C of the clerk of Si.i diet, in the cily of Uli.'k lil lOl 1, at the N.I vcruoi r trm. i it Iho ti..i Monday in November licit, a' -h.-h lime all trreon having claim neain-i i I e.tn- aie nonDmi a id r q 11 Med 1 tU:Dtl f..r the 'iirio-e of haviu tlic Mine ail juaicu. Atl 1 t'tMiit im!i-lird to wild estate arc rcqucrtrii 1,1 nuke tniiiicdial' anici.l to tlis un der, 141 it Dated thH K.h day or Audi 'I. A. ., 1S96 J. e. Heed. Kxeiator. I nblication Notiee. STATK OF ILLINOIS. I. H t lsutNIM AUNTY. as. In the cin bit conn, to tha Saiitemhrr torn, A. 11. l!ei. Uiolalla V. r-:in v. Klla Itnbcr in attachment rm,l:c itmi. i- tu're-y kivvii to tho eaol Klia Bnk.-r lion a writ ..f atiarhnont in. out of tie ..ni of lb." clerk r the circuit court of Km k inland couiuy, dated III- tllin day of vr,-h. A II., Iai. nt Hie mil of the r.iiil 1 lu. Win (Villi, nod a'.'Hioet the estate of the naii! KMa Itaker for the "am of ten hoc urt il ana iwenty live dollar-, (f I.OJSI ,1'iret led to Ihe -lieritT o' -.vd Itock lolalid imty, which said writ hs "eo reltiro'd executed. ud an orrlur having enteted of record in sa'd con t at the May term, lsski, thereof, that said causa staod c imiuued. Xow, therefore, unless yon, the said EllaBfcker, shall ps.pottallv lie and aru?ar before the s-td cireaii co-iit of Uock lsiaud county on the first day of the next terra f erec.f, to be holden at tha court hause in the city of Hock Inland. Iu sn'.d county, on the first Monday of September. A. II . ini, i;ive secil bail ar.d idead to the fa. d pi.'iintiu'a action, jmlirnicut will be entered azui:i you. and in favnr of the aid Gmlalia K. t'ellus. and so much of the property a' tarlied as mav be sufficient to sitipfy the sn.t ju.lcmcnt and cmta will be sold to satisfy the sooie. OKOKt.B V . UAMBLK. Clerk. AtcENtkY & McfcMST, FlaiulilPs Attorneys. Jail 19, A. D., 189ft. Publication Notice. 6TATK Cr ILLINOIS. Hook IsLano Ootnm. In the Circuit court, Srptembcr term, A. D. I SIM Iu rt petition of Rock Inland and K astern Illi niil? Hallway company to condemn rictu of way. AlBoaTit of the non residence of the rl fend snta, Peter Farrel!, Anna M. Wadnworlh. Willism C. WiiiMo-th, Kate Fraaer. Uenry Frnrer, Josephine l'rtlirew and I'et'iitrcw ( her liaHiiitnii I. bsv.nff. been II led In the c erk of fire of id. cin uli court of .a d county, no ire i lier.fore hereby irivn to the said non-nwi-dent t't'fcndaiil that the petitioner tllwl Its tn-ution In said cowl, or the chancery ride there of, nn the tenty-n u:ta litl) day of May, lsWS. and that thereupon a iuium.ii.a Issued out of aa..l court, wh ryin sr.i.i suit Is now pending, returna ble on the first Mi" day In the month of tkptum-b"rm-il, i ly law reuuirwl. Now, unless yon the said non-resident de fendants above TMrred, Peter KaTc'l, Anna M aiisisorth. WiiitMn 4' W.oiwnrtb, Kte Kraeer, Henry Krsser, .loc!,!rne Fett'irrew snd 1'etti- erw."hall persona "y he and sppear before said cir cuit court, 011 tfce firm day of the next term there of. to be holden st Itock island in and for the said county, or. th e first Monday In September next. ai d jd'ad, autwer or demur to the said petitioners' pr'it-on, the sstr.e aid the matters and thin;: ti crein charged and siated will be takon a confessed, and a decree cr.tred against you arcordlni; to the prrtyer of said hiU. jc isiana, 111., .iuiy zh, ihvii. Georsb W. GaasiB, Clerk. Uaaa A Btroro., Coatplainaut1! jo'citora. Publication Notice in the circuit court of said county, at the Septem b- r term, 199ti. Caroline Snntherd. Diana Irwin, Kmma'inc Stootnoil vs. Mary IjiForve, Andrew J. Li, hi, Inseph Lipht, Mary Millard. Emma Hartwell, (J. W Li-ht. Louisa odoiiKUm, Larinda Bodkin son, Jo -,n 1-icht. Robert Light. Mlneola Andcr-i-ou, CI11 r'es A. Light, .tohn 11. LlKht, alartha I.inl.t Kebeica St'hu'.tz, William F. Llctt. liohtrt A. L'111. Annie I.'liiil. r'e.mu 5f. D-.l, .l;il, f aunot ra. Kmtu'i U-H.t, B. tt. Llyht. Anna A. Tal hott. Florence I .i?ht. k-atie E. Lielit. Jay W. Lrht, V ulintn iuintiorry and William Jiunm berry, ailmlitii.lra'or of tto esiate of Joseph LiL-ht. decea-ed. jHtlldavii nt non rrtonee of Mary La Force. Andrew . I.urhj. Joseph Lijrbt. Wary Mil'ard, Emma llartwel-. C. W. LlitM. Louise Coddinir 1011. Lucinda Hodkinson, J hn l.tcht. Kohert I.ieht. Minimis Andtraou. t'haries A. I.ijrht, John B. Litit. Rebicca 8chuiK, William K. Lipht, Itobi rt A. Littht. Annie LiL'ht. Sarah M. Heal. Jane launders, Emma Foot, H. V, Liyht. Anna A Talbott, Florence Lisht, Matte E. f.lcht. Jay W. Lmht the a'ive defendants bavins been filed in the clerk's office of the circuit court of said ouutity, notice is hereby given to the said non resident defendants that the complainant filed their bill of cetnplatnt in sMd court, on the chan cery siiie thereof, on the Ssth day cf May.lsv4.and th-jt therenpon a summons lasced out of said e urt, wherein raid suit Is now per.dlna. returna ble on the first Monday in the month of September next, as is by law reuiilred. Mew, nnless yon, the said non-resident defendants above named, shall personally be and appear before the said circuit court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holrtcn at Rock Island In and for the said countv. rm tha first Monday in Septum her next, and plead, answer or demur u the said complainant's bill nf complaint, the same and the matters and thlnes therein charred and stated will be taken as confessed, ana a decree entered against JOU according- to the prayer of said bill. ' U BORG 5 W. GAMBLE, Clerk. Rook Island, liU July 17. IBM. WILL1AW MrEaiRT, Complainant solicitor. Publication Notice. STAT3 OF ILLINOIS, Buck Isuhd Uocvtt. In the rtlrcnlt court In Una. A.D ltH5. m. chancery, September John W. Johnston vs. Kl'za Johnston, Fraud. .lohnsion. .naniaret Jonnston. John Johnston Eliza Johnston. Frank Smith. Samuel Smith, AI wosner. mosner, ja art iaa Kemp, Rem p. Josephine Johnston, Henry John-ton. J. W. Johnston, Maria Johnston, Martha Johnston, John L. Johnston, h He Johnston. Anna Pitman. i'iiman. EM.ahe!h Fitzsimmona, Aih fltzslmmons. Rachel Johnston. Wil'iam John ston, Thomas Johnstop, Nlles W. lilemer, Wil liam Johnston. Kuar.ian of N'les W Diemer, minor. Ka hel Johnston. Tboroa- Johnston. John llutchinson, Mary lliitchlcon. Ji -eeh li'iu tilt son. M-.aret Hutcblpson. KoOert HulchiTiiK,r, I'innie flutclilnon. 1 homes Hutchinson. Hunt Ilutchir.sun, William Hutcblr.wn, Nora Bui. hln son. Henry liuchin.on. Vary E. llartir.son. Matilda Smith, Jaci-s Smith, the uuVlcwu (...is or devisees of Thomis JoIinton, tuuen, the unknown owners of the wen ovt. La.i of tl.e south-east ijuanor or section t.i n.i.. .weiity-slx (tiill in towsehip number aixtM,, t,a; north of ranjre nnmher two west of he fonrtn r. w. lo the county of Reck Island and state of IKI-.ols. Bin to eorstrue and corrict will. To tbe above r.amtd cte'ecdanta. Eliza Johns ton, Franci Joh-ston. fcarraret Johi ston, John Jrbnton. Eliza Johnston. Frank rroi'.n. Samuel Sraitii. A 1 Mother. llosber, Matilda K'-mp, Item p. Josephine Johnston, Heery J' but ton, J W Johnston, Maria Jobns'ou. John L. Joun.ton, . E la Johnston. Anna Pitman. Fenian. Kachel JoLn.tou, 1 Innnas Johnston, John !la'ch'nOTJ. Mary Tlutctainsoa. Joseph Hutchinrun Maraarct Hu'tchiDeoa, Rihert Hutcli lr:on, ftnnie Hntehinsoa. 1 h)m. Ilu'chinaon. Em-na liutchinon. William ltttcliio. Noa Hotchinsim. Henry (iatcb tson, Mary E. Hntch-in-on Ma iida smith -'ames bmlth. th. anknowa heirs 'ir devisees of Thomas John.fon. cteceaseq. tbe unkm,wn owners of tne west naif of the soutbeaat quarter of s;cWon numner twenty-o:z (9ii. In township nnmber si-tern ili). north of ranse number two (a 1 west of the Fonrh princi pal uertdaa In the county of Kock Island and atat. of Illinois. Affilavttof tour Dot-residouoB bavins beei led in tbe oftice of the clera of aaia circuit rnirt. no 1 re I. hereby riven to v.ie arjd each of yon. that the avj tamed complainant ha Ilea tu said comt bis bill of comp-aUit against yon cm the chancery a'd. of raid court, and a summons In cnancerrr Las crn lued In said cause a -aiuat you retnrnabie to the next term of said ce irt. to be b so 1 a. d aoldea at tha court bouse in the city nf R.-ck la'aud ia said ennnty on tba first Monday in September A. V.. 1M at which time and Mlaee you will appear and piead. answer or demur to said btll of c -mp'alnt I' yon res fit. 1 Tratcd at Krek Island. liliaoia, this zath day of July, A. D Groat 1 W. Gamrlc. Clerk. Swacvr.T A WaLKEa. tomplaiuant's aoiicitors. A Handsome Complexion ia one of tlie tvMobt eharma a worcan can possess. a'uXiuAi'a Caiiu-Lsjuoa i'tiarpiia give. r. int. i it'Ai I E&tV GtittiS. '"iiiiio, ki-ck ittt.aat a r-trto kei., -ei-k... . . oT2 f L " " Twrotietb mrjet depet - "..w im, n, riuanor, Acto-t. TRAINS. tun. IHiovMr LltiiU.t A On iv Ft. Worth, tlouvar Jk K. (1 Minneapolis HrnJita lk.v- a, "'"'"- I ' ! a.t lO.nm lt?l.irx 3A .i:.M tsrniaba A KinneaH)lts timahaAlies Moires " Omaha Minneapolis Kx" Vrnvcr. 1 ir.-.ln A trmmb..'; I t.. 1: 1,1a riJ.lam 4 Mm Ham I'l:. pin l:tha..vt 4 :!"1m!l S:ie"t :lain:23pr :amllC-pra 10i;.m.t:nani ia:W air. :!. p9 .! - ... t pi.ui simnaapoi'B ... Denver. Ft. Worth A fcv. f ' (Kanaaa City sk St. Josh' tt.'nek Islsnrl A U'-. . n:htca-o Dea Molnea..?.. 1 w ,, ... . iaiauu:-uiari AesOm Bock Island JBrooklyn AcI .. t i .-sr am "tie pml Ttu an .Arrival. uo;mrtnra. tla!iy,ie-,.t-uuas llotherridMly. T.1,,. IthvL u-,. Sitndan venii a e-:limao s'eeiwr en" I at IhliiL.!..! riu.in-i u , .( ) . .... - - - . "ii. , win leave I . i i ..i. a- s-o at a. nt. Monday. LHHLl.N(iT,.r HUTb-i., U. u Vin- way- llcp.it Firrt avauue a.ul i'.tlm.:a strertt. M.J 1 imiii. am at. TRAINS. Ikava. ! ati!.-ya. tit. L.. Soring Jcld. Peoria. Hnr. Ouin via tM0nniar.)lie yio-ft, . rpta Cbicapo. -rlttuj, Cluitun & , unique :tT:3oamt i:43pm reuria, Zhcarasiowu, Jfu7-f I lincton A West if ':4Hr.m !! Rt. Panl VlnnA.-lla - . 31 arc VI u.1 Nerilua. Clinton Dubaqae t S;J6 Dm t S St. 1. . KllWU l- 1Vr.n-. . :4J pai m rac loasi via txaleak r?' ISO pm.a g:(g tra .DalU-. tDa'.iy exespt Bnnday. QmcAvto, Mii.wATjKRK t. ran. m itasKs n'eton - - iMiwna auaa ana Second avenaes. L. H. Greer, Agent. TRAFSS. ) Lbatw. j aantva - i t:30 ami fftmnta I . AI I .. . Mall aid Exprraa., M.la::l axpresa.. Freight and Arcopitn.dat'n. gv'jm am 9:S0am Dally except Sunday. Rock Islavd Pkoxia Bailwat TRAIHtJ, Eastern F. TT'e TrUby F-.rw a MLoaia Mail a;.' Expresa 71" La Atunra : am li'r.pra a. 05 am :-i) n 1:46 pm llMuaun :IHnn l:m hi &:iKiam :MpM 8 :e am r i pin lln TAb ara fln'rrardAccn.mo,iatipn.... eioo vtxomoio,iati(.n...... v jib ceommo.iatio laascriper trains leave C. K. I. v. .Molli s tvenoel dt jot five M V,. """'? ?!veu. Train. m.Tkid 7. n.H. .V." dairy except Sunday. " ' u guuLiM.Totr, Cedah Hxrir-i . str 1" "r. fiapert toot of Ilraiy DsVTOjXnn Trains. I IPays, Aaujva b4:r pmlbio.as art rasMi-., . Freu'hi..... M:.Al tflil bi.( ant West Libert; Tra:rs K.-r-.h. tV".rh. Faasenir , . ,t . . Faaseatnrr. " No. " Frelaht . alO:at) pta I .4-s'jam ib;:aiicn s . lQ) ?SpTB ; 1 1 :tw . - ' '. j vavspv ounuav. voir rorx. tGolna Bonth and east. Fa. II tuna between Oodar Rapids and West Liberty. 1STEW PASSENGERSERVICE To the Last via the R. I. & P. L Oavenport Perry Htreetdepot L Rock Ialand CHlcf Depot Lv Rock leland. ...... Twcntteih at Depot Ar Peoria Ar Bloominitoa....... Ar Indianaprtui....... Ar Louisville.......... Ar Cincinnati.......... Ar Dayton Ar f'jlunibns. Ar Jcteonvlile..M. Ar Pprhitlelu1... Ar M Lonla Ar Lincoln............ Ar Decatur Ar Mattoon Ar Kva.-!svlile. . ........ At Terre Oaate ....... t T ami TSuam; 1 (15 pra 4 r; am C00ar la3t.ni 40asj 105 ari ItStra T K as 11 3D arr j 8 On pra 15am I ir,pio S5pra 9 4Jpm 18pi' SSOaut nm I ltd an SOflom Iffinn 7 tu 10 W pm,10 20 pa S it am Upjilta.T.i 7ftani 10 Miami 7 Miprij s-ipm :uMam il)y:a v.-a ' CRpm S Mara -juaw ui. a b piai 12pml S45im lltf pq - iiys i.w aia 1 , ui, e-Q THROUGH CAR SERVICE Lines east of Peoria oany tkroagb coaches and sleeping cars on night Irains to prinoiple cities. R. STOCKHOU5E, Ren. Ticket Agent. PURITY ASD EXCELLE2TCE IS TUB MOTTO AT mm sMr1 V ' v MrSaJavJ B. Winters WholoKsb Liquor Hcue. Imtioner and wnolsle dealer. Years of experience aud tee beat cf facUitiea, Sc's 1616-1618 Third Ave, rw w. J0HNV0LK&G0, General Contractors ajto HOUSE BU1XDE11S kuifurinn a Itaa. til aS atoll f :! vert he Bates, I Siding, Flooring, Wainscoting litb street, Let, tin and Silt avenues. U -7naaaaaaanMBBMr