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In tbe strait court, January term. 18BT.
Mary Hooaaia v. Alexander uooaais, la
Affidavit of non-residence of Alexander Hood
slj. the a bore defeadaat, having ban filed in Um
(ltrk's office of the etrattconrtof aaid county, no
ticed therefore hereby given to the aald non reel
dent defendant that the complainant (Ued har bill
of complaint in aald coon, on the chancery aide
.hereof, on theth day of November, 1896,
and that thereupon a anmmots leaned oat of ewi
Court, wherein eaid anlt is now pending, retnrn
able on the first Monday In the month of
January next, aa by law required. Now,
nnleee you, the (aid non-reaident defend
ant above named ahall personally be and
t npear before aaid circuit court, on the list day
cf the next term thereof, to be holdcn at
Hoik Island in and fur the aald county, on the
Brat Monday In January next, and plead, answer
or demur to the raid complainant1 hill of coir
plaint, the same and the matter ud things
therein charged and etaled will be taken as cor.
Irmed, and a decree entered against you accord
ing u the prayer of stld bill.
Gc.ori.i W. Gaxbli. Clerk.
J. M. Bcannsitr. uomplalnani'. solicitor.
Ha : Island, III.. Nov., 25, 18U6.
BT TK of ILUWOIH, I M
H ) j ULan Cocstt, I
In the Circuit court, September tern, A. D
kl. m Btargeon vs. Patrick Gregg Boggess, In
Kdavlt of the non-residence of Patrick
Vnez Home, the above defendant, that hie
yarv rt residence is nnknown and that upon doe
aiid dil Bent inquiry can not be ascertained, having
I ten A rd in the clerk's office of the circuit
c un of paid connty, notice is therefore here
by giwn to the aM--! non-reddeiit defendant,
tial thearomi!ainant filed bis bill of com
p'ain in the court on toe-chancery tide
lie cof on the lvh dy of August, A. D. 1898,
d that summons was ic-ned taereon out of
aid court, wheivln said suit is now pending,
returnable on the tlrt Monday in the month cf
J nuary next, aa li by law required.
Kuw, unless you, tne said non-resleent de
fen ant above named, Patrick ttregg Bog
resi, ahall personally be and appear before
the paid circuit court on the first day of the
next P-rm tlif-rvof. to beholden at Ucck Inland,
n and for eaid coucty, on tha fir.t Monday in
' Jauuary next, and plecd, aner or demur
o the sai't complainants bill ofcomplaint, the
nine and the matters therein charged and stated
wiil be taken as confessed and a decree entered
gainst you according to the prayer of said bill.
Geo Bel W. GaaBtm. Clerk,
Bock Island, HU Sept. 28,1896.
Stubsio A M asm ll. Complainant's Solicitor
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EMPEBOR OF ELBA.
HOW NAPOLEON CONDUCTS 7 HIM
SELF DURING EXILE.
th Powwts WUek Swagreat tkw iMrgnr
World Sbwwa t Good AdvaatatTe la His
PCaar KJwa-Sa The Darke Saw a a
Elba was an island divided against
Itself, there bsing both imperialists and
royalists among its inhabitants and a
considerable party which desired inde
pendence. By representing that Napo
leon naa Drought with him xabnlons
snms the Austrian and English commis
sioners easily won the El bans to a fer
vor of loyalty for their new emperor.
Before nightfall of the 4th the court
was established, and the new adminis
tration began its labors. Having mas
tered the resources, and needs of bis
pygmy realm, the emperor began to de
ploy all his powers, mending the high
ways, fortifying the strategio points and
creating about the nnclcns of 400 guards
which were sent from Fontaineblean an
efficient little army of 1,600 men. His
expenses were regulated to the minutest
detail both at home and abroad. The
salt works and iron mines, which were
the bulwarks of El ban prosperity, began
t once to increase their output, and
taxation was regulated with scrupulous
nicety. By that supcremiuent virtue of
the French burgher, good management,
the island was made almost independ
ent of the remnants of the Tuileries
treasure (about 5,000,000 franc) which
Napoleon had brought from Franca The
same powers whicn bad swayed a world
operated with equal success in a sphere
almost microscopic by comparison..
Before long the Princess Borghese,
separated soon after her marriage from
ber second husband and banished ainee
1810 from Paris for impertinent conduct
to the empress, came, according to prom
ise, to be her brotber'a companion,
and Madame Mere, though distant in
prosperity, came likewise to soothe ber
son in adversity. The intercepted letters
of the former prove her to have been at
least as loose in ber life at Elba as ever
before, but they do not afford a suffi
cient basis for the scandals concerning
ber relations with Napoleon which were
rounded upon them and industriously
circulated at the court of Louis XVIIL
The shameful charge has no adequate
foundation of any sort.
Napoleon's economies were rendered
not merely expedient, but imperative
by the fact that none of the money
from France was forthcoming which
had been promised in bis treaty with
the powers. After a short stay KoUer
frankly stated that, in bis opinion, it
would never be paid and departed. The
L island swarmed with Bourbon spies.
ana tne oniy conversation in which Na
poleon could indulge himself unguard
edly was with Sir Neil Campbell, the
English representative, or with the ti
tled English gentlemen who gratified
their curiosity by visiting him. Daring
the summer heats, when the court was
encamped on the heights at Marciana
for refreshment, there appeared a mys
terious lady with her child. Both were
well received and kindly treated, but
they withdrew themselves entirely from
the public gaze. Common rumor said it
was the empress, but this was not true.
It was the Countess Walewska, with
the son she bad borne to her host, whom
she still adored. They remained but a
few days and departed as mysteriously
as they had come.
Baso females thronged the precincts
ci uvo imperial residence, openly strug
gling for Napoleon's favor as they had
so far never dared to da Success too
frequently attended their efforts. But
the one woman who should have been
at his side was absent It is certain that
she ruado an honest effort to come, and
apartments were prepared for her recep
tion in the little palace at Porto Ferra-
ja Her father, however, thwarted her
at every turn, and finally she was a vir
tual prisoner at Soboubrnnn.
So manifest was the restraint that her
grandmother, Caroline, queen of the
two bicilics, cried out in indignation,
"If I wcro in tho place of Maria Louisa,
I would tio the sheets of my bed to the
window frame and flee. " Committed
to the charge cf tho elegant and subtle
Neippcrg, a favorito chamberlain, whom
she bad first seen at Dresden, ho plied
her with such insidious wiles that at
last her slender moral fiber was entirely
broken down and she fell a victim to
his charms. As late as August Napoleon
received impassioned letters from her.
Then she grew formal and cold. At last.
under Mettemioh's urgency, she ceased
to write at all. Her French attendant.
Meneval, managed to convey the whole
sad story to her husband, but the em
peror was incredulous and hoped against
hope until December. Then only he
ceased from his incessant and urgent
appeals. "Lire of Napoleon; the Ex
ile and His Return," by Prof essor W.
M. Sloane, in Century.
Wewl Owe Better.
A tradesman in Sunderland had a
lad in his employ. The lad's mother
was a widow in bad circumstances; con
sequently the lad was poorly clad. The
tradesman kindly proffered to get the
boy a new suit of clothes, and the boy
agreed to repay him at sixpence per
week out of his wages.
The first Monday after this arrange
ment had been made the lad did not
ccme to work as usual, and on bis em
ployer sending to inquire the reason bis
mother said, "He looked so respectable
sire was trying to get hint a better job."
Tba Selfish Frreosk
The great pity of tho selfUh person Is
not that he robs others of pleasure or
comfort, but that be is so thoroughly
unhappy himself. The selfish pr-rsoo is
never satisfied, never content. When be
has greedily taken all, be still wants
more, while the unselfish person finds
real happiness in giving to others the
little bo has. From a purely selfish
point of view the uiiaclfUh person is the
ATTEMPT AT BUYING" LAND.
It Kequares Twt la Br TXabew
It requires time and tact to bay
mountain land. The following is a typ
"I was riding along Tug river, ha
Kentucky, when I saw a tract of land
upon which I eoncltxted it would pay to
erect a small sawmilk I banted op the
owner, finding him seated oa a log fish
ing. " 'Do yon own this loxur
" 8h', stranger! Fust bite Ta bed.
he answered in a stage whisper. ' In
about a minute ho caught a fish, end I
repeated my question.
" 'Got any baccerr he asked.. I gave
him a chew, and in a few minutes be
said. 'Which landr
" 'That land along tho road for a
" 'How much have your
'Wbar yon fruraf
"'Chicago. How much land bare
'Fivo thousand acres.
' ' ' What do you ask f or Itr
" 'VVaaL it's worth $20 an acre, but
for cash I'll swap fer 10 an acre.
Kain't talk 'bout it now. Uev tor ketch
fish fer supper. '
"I sat on a log beside him for three
hours, neither of us saying a word, un
til he arose and started home, while I
mounted my bora and followed.
"That night I got as far as lo see bis
deed for the land and get a description.
'"It way be a little short,' ho said.
'an I reckon I'd take f 10 for it without
"No inducement would rnove bim
from that figure, so I went mi to the
next trrt, which I did not want, the
timber being too thin.
'How much docs Phillips want for
bis land?' I asked.
" 'Thoasau dollars.
" 'Can yoa buy it for met
" 'How nioch is then of it!
" 'A thousand acres.
"Two wenka later I received a deed,
paid $1,000, and when surveyed the
tract measured 080 acres. " Wching
CARLYLE AND THE CABBY.
Hwcr tho Latter I-nt the Trade of the
Carlylo was well known to London
cabmen. Fer years ho engaged a partic
ular driver from the rank and refused
to bnvo any other. This man, however,
lost his custom in a somewhat peculiar
Some medical students got' to know
of his preference for the driver, and,
ge tting hold of tlio driver one day, they
inquired if ho knew who his faro was,
when lio told them ho did not The stu
dents informed bim that he was one of
tho most famous end ccrentrio writers
of tho day, und, giving bim a book, ad
vised him to- appear to bo reading it
whenever Carlrh? approached the stand.
Cabhy, without any suspicion, acted
on their advice, and when the old sage
next came for a cab he seemed deeply
impressed in a very pretentious book.
"Hello!. Who's that you're rcadin?"
inquired the Ecclefeehan philosopher.
"A most bout an boat, tiptop, splen
did book abor.t that 'ere French revolu
tion," was cabby's gushing reply.
"Eb, what dae ye say? Let mo see
it," said Carlyle, holding out his band.
"Ob,?ertaiuly, sir," said the driver,
handing him n copy of his "History of
the French Revolution."
"Weel, rcy man," inquired the sage,
apparently delighted, "aro ye sure that
you'ro rcadin this work intelligently?"
"Perfectly sure," said the jchu confi
dently. Then, thinking he ought to say
something in praise of tho book, he
added, "Why, sir, it's almost as good
as 'Tho Newgate Calendar!' "
Tho grim old Daicfricflian glared at
him, grcnted out something, turned ab
ruptly around and engaged the next
cab. From that day Carlylo never looked
nt him, but stuck to tho second man,
who happened to have had the honor cf
driving most of tho ditiugnihcd men
of tho century. Pittsburg Dispatch.
The Motherly Laadlady.
A friend of mine changed his board
in 3 place lost week, . going to one of
thoae honaea that advertise homo com
forts and a motherly landlady, which
generally means that she is a person
who will pry into one's private affairs
an:l read long letters left lying about
This particular landlady happens to re
gard driLkiug and smoking as particu
lar devices of the devil, so when my
friend began to praise a new brand cf
tobacco at the dinner tablo the other
night sho saw her chance and promptly
cnippea into tho conversation.
"Smoking makes men utterly selfish.
she said, as a starter, enunciating ber
words cs if she were sawing ice into
Symmetrical blocks. "
My friend was dozed for a moment.
for ho had not much experience with
j peoplo who denouu'-o everything as
. wrong wcicd they do not personally
fancy, but ho quickly recovered and an-
, Bwcrcd: "Possibly so. but afte all it's
a stand off, far abstinence from smoking
seems to make people deucedly impolite.
Or posribly you indulge a little? So
many of the ladies enjoy their cigarettes
I Then the storm broke. Boston Post
"They say that human nature is al
wayj the same," said the middle aged
lady. "But I don't think so."
i "What's tuerecsun?" asked ber niece.
I "TweEtV Venra nan cirla rcarf m.c.-
, D B
Xiuci and did needlework. Now they
srauy a marl ii:ap and learn to use
mcutcy wrench." Washington Star.
A letter ported in New Vork will be
delivered iu Bangkok, Siam, 41 days
later, via L-.aJqn and in 43 cbyitia
cjii a' ram isco. v
- A quart of butter, so soft as ta ran
en.l7, weighs exactly 1C ounces; when
hard, the eight is slightly gnmui.
Just why inventive genius and ralli.
TaUUy ahould go together It is bard to
say. Certain it is that inventors are the
most guileless individuals in their deal
ings with others oa buwineas Batten
and fall easy victims to tba spiders who
lie in wait for such flies. The list of
clever men who walk today while thoae
who ride owe their luxury to the) other
m's genius and their own shrewdness
to aa Interesting one. Hero are a few
eases picked haphazard from the chron
icle ox inventions that failed to benefit
tba Inventor, or, at least, prod need for
bim a little of what was bis dae.
It is not necessary to be very old to
remember when books were firm pat la
bed's shoes in place of boles la order to
save time la lacing the shoe at the top.
This was the brilliant idea of aa Invent
or to whom it should base brought a
fortune. It would have done so bad be
been a shrewd business man. Beina
merely aa- inventor, be badat eenae
enough to keep bis idea to himself until
the patent office padlock had secured it
against theft In the iunocenco of bis
nature the inventor confided the idea to
a friend while crossing the North river
ferryboat, and the friend hardly watted
for tho boat to tie np in Jersey City be
fore be excused himself, started book to
New York and went on a dead run for
patent lawyer in order to have the
idea secured for bis own fpecial bene
fit Another man is known today aa the
inventor or tne lace books. lie owns a
splendid bouse and is wealthy. The
confiding inventor got nothinjt.
Tho inventor of a patent stopper for
beer bottles, something that had long
been wanted by the trade, sold the ia
vention for $10,000 to arnaawborwwg-
nisrd ita money making value. The
purchaser is now worth $4,000,000, all
of which be made from the patrnt stop
per. Out of the gondttcs of bis bear be
presented the original owner cf the
patent with $30,000, so that this man
got $40,000 in all for bis $3,000,000
idea. To give some notion of the value
of patent rights on this bottJe stopper
the price came down frnra ft to 6 and 7
cents a gross, and even at this enormous
reduction a good profit can be made.
This last inventor was treated with
princely generosity, however, in com
parison with the genius who devised a
pocket book clasp in the shape of inter
locking horns with balls at the end
which snapped shut with a single pros-
sure. The idea was afterward applied to
gloves and became very much in favor.
The inventor relinquished his prise for
the magnificent reward of a kidney stew
dinner and 60 cents, the latter having
been advanced by the purchaser to pay
tb9 inventor's expense from Newark to
New York. The man who aecured the
idea and patented it after treating the
inventor in the royal manner mentioned
made a big fortune by bis shrew docea.
what became of the inventor is not
A writer on lion booting tells bow
Hassan, a quick wittcd Somali, found
bis way out of a very serious difficulty.
He bad been down in the waterless
plains and was on the way home, driv
ing some came la before bim. It was i
very dry year, and, although this was
tho rainy season, be had been enable to
find any water to give bis pony.
The result was that, bavins been rid
'den bard for two or three days, with lit'
tie or no water to drink, the pony suc
cumbed entirely and at last lay down
about SO miles from the wells. No
amount of persuasion, or even beating,
would get tho creature on its legs again.
Hassan was in despair. He knew that
there wcro no vessels at the wells in
which be might carry water back to
the pony, and it seemed to bim as if
nothing could be done to save it At
lost be thought of a plan. He drove the
camels at top speed to the wells, gave
them as much water as they could
drink and then hurried them on again.
He found the pony where be bad loft
rt, growing rapidly weaker. He imme
diately killed the camels, cut them open
aud took the water from their stomachs.
The pony was eager enough to drink it.
and alter the draft it revived suffi
cieatly to struggle on to the wells.
In a few days it bad completely re
covered. In telling the story Hassan
always added that he could get plenty
of camels, and whether that were so or
not be would rather have cut the
throats of 100 than sacrifice bis beloved
When there is a choice of roads to i
rive at a certain goal, it is not always
tne shortest which should be chosen.
The desire for money is a legitimate
one, for money is the key which unlocks
many opportunities. Bnt the ways
which men take to acquire it are too
numerous to recount and differ with
every difference of character. There are
men who firmly resolve to obtain wealth
by whatever means they think will ac
complish their end. They will get all
they can and give aa little as possible
for it All such unfairness is practical
robbery. The winner is the robber; the
loser is the robbed. Both are injured
she one in his properly, the other in bis
character while the community is like
wise impoverished. But directly yoa
bring labor into the field honest, intel
ligent work some real addition U at
once mado to the wealth of the com
inanity and to the character, self respect
and independence of the worker. New
Slaa at the TaMev.
Man at the Table Waiter, these eggs
are bard as a buck. You must have
boiled them more than three minatcs?
Waiter Yea, sir; the bom baa told
us always to do more than is asked of
os, and in that way the trade will be
built tip. You only asked to have yonr
egg briled three minutes, but, to ebow
our willingness to aenrmmodate and to
make things agreeable, we boiled them
six minutes. Boston Transcript
Ml txAi a
A CASE OF TELEPATHY.
Ba & Apeeasvt la TMssa a She)
Tiiaw erf Hrr Diswav
A ecntlcmaa took a boaaa ia IiwlaaA
for sis months and was aeoompanted
thither by Lis wife and daughters. The
boesa was furnished and bad plenty of
bodtooma Therefore it was decided mat
to use a certain largo, long room with
cupboards along one side (which bad all
been locked and scaled up with tape) la
which things hekmging to the owners
of the bouse had leu pat away. One
evening one of tne daughters, going to
ber room, saw aa old lady wrapped ia a
shawl walking along the passage ia
front cf hrr. Tho old lady atipcarrd to
know ber way aud berried oa without
besiutiou into the anuand room. The
girl call.-d her sister, and tbry followed
tbo dame into the rot us. But all was
si Unit No ono was there, The dust ly
ing about showed no signs of footjirints.
Shortly after the imm young lady
was rvaditig on the hearth rag by fire
light Looking op. aha beheld the old
lady standing in the doorway watching
br. Ureal ly frightened, abe sprang an,
and, rushing down stairs. Was found
fainting at the drawing mom door. At
last the family returned to Dahlia. One
day when a friend was calling the cari
ous incident which I bare narrated was
referred to. The young lady vry aa
willingly told ber experiences. The vis
itor aeeuM-d much arrack and asknd fur
an accurate dnarription of the old lady.
-F." said the, "that boose belonged
to two old Indies, nitrters, and when they
let their bouse they went to resido at
Orncva One of them, answering exact
ly to the dwacriptioa yoa bare given,
died at tne time yoa saw ber appear.'
The Grecian portrait seems the per
fection of the human type to as, and
artists ropy it, although it is actually
ram In it the line of the nose is more
or leas prfertly the prolongation of the
line of the forehead. The hollow at the
root of the nose is almost effaced, and
the prominence of the nose is softened.
The absolute Grecian profile would
therefore ho represented in a drawing
by a single continuous line for the fore
bead and nose Yet another condition
is essential for obtaining the fine Gre
cian profile. The forehead should not
bo receding. This marks the distinction
between the Grecian and the Egyptian
profile, Popular rVteoee Monthly.
A TTewue. htfwt SHrt
"Ko wonder the pleasures of court
ing have declined," aaid the stout
yoath. "Jut -ok at the flimsinew of
these modern chairs.'
And be pointed to a slender affair of
white bamboo, touched with gilt
"You mustn't judge by arjpearanoea,'
aaid tlie stout girl softly. "I've bad
that chair thoroughly braced wish tne
very best of sfel rods, and it is now
guaranteed to stand a pressura vt 60
pounds to the square inch."
Then they both sat down in it as a
final test Cleveland Plain D l-r.
Archbaahep erf C teihwtf. .
The archbishon of Canfc-rhnr m.
forred to ea liia sraM."aa
himself archbishop, etc., "divine nrov-
lucoua, wuereaa otner prelates nee the
phrase "divine wrmiaaion"
first peer in the realm. At coronations
ne piaore ine crowa oa the bead of the
aoveruiaa. and the kin .mt
bisdotmxtio parishioners. The bishop
w msjkuw nis provincial dean, the
bishop of Winchester his swbdean, the
bishop of Lincoln bis chancellor, and
tne Disnop oi Mocnostftr his chaplain.
UM Twa Craw Trr
try Electrio Bitters as a remedy for
your iron Dies r ii not. pet a homo
now and get relief. This medicine
baa been foand to be partlcularlv
adapted to the relief and cure of all
Female Complaint, exerting a woe
derful direct Influence la giving
strength and tone to the organs. If
70a have lost of appetite, constipa
tion, headache, fainting spells or are
nervous, sleepless, excitable, melan
choly or troubled with ditty spells.
Electric Bitters Is the medicine yoa
need. Health aad atreegth are gear-
anteea dj its use. uerge bottles
only 60c at Harts UUemeyer'a
"Mystic Cure" tor rheumatism
and neuralgia en res ta 1 to 2 days.
Ita actios npoa the system is re
markable and mysterious. It re
more at onoe the cause, and the
diseaaa Immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly relieves, 76 cents.
Sold by Otto Grotjaa. druggist. Bock
Island, and Gust Schlegel 4 80a. 720
West Seoond street. Dave a port.
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Whsa sea assasaa Mae, abe csaac so CasSona,
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
lines east of Peoria Barry tkroagh
eoaohea aad aUssptaf Ban m Bight
trains te prtaatpl atatoa.
Oea. Tlakat Ageat.
tunc imzi tiL
Oa ressonabla tern: a.
Leave orders at tbs Har
per House Pharmacy or
residence, corner Kigbth
avenue and Twelfth St.
White Sed cdoon
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