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the AKGU& Monday; januabt 22;. 1894.
Tb Nervous System the Seel
of Life and Mind. Recent
meaaary ha tt rnmsarMi with I bat af
kawm llki. It ha brew, im biwllna b)M
t pmfcwatniml B''4f ami Mixtjr In all aaa.
tit a now
that lbt aral
of life K hira
led la tin" un
prr part i f the
Ba-nr the) bl
of the bra in.
and no atw
llf la t a la
twn that ev,n
the prick d a
Towns dlamvsrloa hvs-A(Mlonttiireo! tint
Bll lbiriiif lhi tly arn iimW tlm dm
trot f tlm nerve center, sx-atrd In or near
naitw iif tlm Iwa! n. ami tlmi ban t Itnw an
inse! llmoriran whtrh hrr aupply with
nerve HuWarn lo(l"nuifrfJ. Whoa It la re-wni-pHl
1 hut a m.hh Injury to 1 ho spinal
CB-d. wlllcnirw paralyaia t tha tavly U-low
tha InhirMt !. bei-anaa Ihn nerve force t
afeventfnl bt tha Inliirv fnm rwvhln t?w
Rralraml anrffcat. It will hn undcrvtraxl liinr
a iriminiiiit nt the nr-rvo fi'llU'n Will
r:itaatlvilr'rnn'jrrTVPn if thr va Fiona organ.
whri'hlhovaa.MilT with nerve-fiave. ,
Twohinl...f rlinaili ilci ar (Tim in
the Imnerf.vt action ufth- ncrr center at
thahwiif th hniin, not from m, l-rn;ir
tnrnt pHmarllv nrbtliinilitd l.t thtt caftan It
anlf. Thn Sfn ml-tnko rf ttliyabiuns In
treating tbexo illartrwa la th.iltticv treat tha
artnn rthr th-m tha nrrvo renters which
era iho raieo! pf th" tmiiiib".
Im. r'naai.ia slit.K. tlm rMMirsta.l Bn
rlalNt.hna prof.mit.lly at ti.lH-t ihl autiH'et f
tnttlrmix awl hat Irani mnnjr Imrairtant
dNrowtea la nmw'llin with It. rhfe-f among
IHrn heln iIm fM rrm'sliwrt In the a'utr
atJitfitarnt. anl that tha nnlinarjrajvnihoM at
treatment ar ttrona. AM ln-n.la.-be, rll'
Be as. dullneaai dKiiu-.lnn. prv-a-ire,
rnttla, tiH-lHwhoi. Iwitrlir. ixhpy. ru
It us rfitMfA. at.. rfr a rriata iliira Tao
matter hftwranflml. Tha WiawK rful aw r nl
r. MlliV R-M.rnil Nervine WliHttha
fwtlhntlt ta -.nntfwro4nrllr
tlta, Mtl.aV KrjrtTtT?maTiiri(dbj
all dpuairlata m a tif it. Biuran'a.v nr rant
liraatl lt. Kim Msih. u Kikbart.
IbI., an rwlia tf - -ts ! ir.n ttU. ai
knttlaa mr aV atnana Btvnn'd. It
awltaat uptatat aur aaatfamua ir(a
Amerion Catant Cure.
Tha Atarriraa Cafarrh rara la tha raanTt af ft
Man ami traiarat nr tha aia. -a
tattl t-navlaaaa taa ami kaatka'. It H alaara
mm ma aw, avMtlatr arnitrr anai aar aif ataat
ir h ra.tftva tha hfariat. rnrra tha hvwfeia
aach aa altt(ra'la)r. ri-aiavva tha haa4rNa
nti rtna aitHHiian laatvaf ina aptiat ta. ri
laraa armarl laa lavlnrato. ih ah aa aracta
uh) lacraaw thr Ha rtrfa mt h
I, Jaan, V, O.. Ha. narta Ka-aratn atratt.
i-aiiaaaipaia. ar atanra anjwaarv tor V I
Tnr rata h all )rnra.x tlrtg A nahaaa,
htilaaira Hviti, tM aa Jtinvtraath atraat.
Whalaaali Daalar atwl Importar of
Wines and Liquors.
Kit d 1618 Third At
end bow to attain it.
11 laat BM'th-al wrrrh that lella tba eaaaaa,
aaarrlhiiii tha atTana, antnta tha rem4j. Thta
la ar laallllcali lha amat aataahle, artlatlaall
tha BMit avautlrnl awilical bank lalha aa
fmni f'lf aar; W ?" 'mrff pagt baatlag
halMnaa lltnatratloa la tint, ana), af taa
auhjwta Iraatrtj ara Rarrnaj Oahlllt. laipa
taarr. "taHlltj, ftmtnoaaMat. VatKacala,
TaaHaahaakTlinaa mwatfinf aarrlatta.ata.
Saarjr bmm aha wmiM karra taa gnmt tratha,
t alala facta, the aid aaorata, m4 tha mrm
atawwrrtaaaf raarjlrai at'aaaa aa aaoHaa la
mmmti Ufa, ahi w tal l Mm firaaat talltaa
aaa aaM Aitaraltfa!la aanaltl arlta tnrlaM
waaaaifal Hula amh, ft win ha aaat haa
adariaal. Addraaa lha aahlithara.
Srta a'tlwal ta.Baflala. . t.
John Volk Sc Co,
8Mb, Door. BliaiU, Siding, Floorlaf
Aaa all klaaa af wrl wrrrk fat ha'Uara.
Btshtamtfe at. Sau Third aad faark trraaaaa.
siafcy.wss) peeseetseett.ee wj ewti WKesiieaeABtftae I
Ml mWmfJ H. fMnwM KsfTV4JV Sit I
MeMseap. 9mm mammm i, sui in mJ
n the House Over the Wilson
ICO AX TEE SUBJECT OF 03E FIGHT,
Whk-a la Uhsty to Be Awytkla Sat
hMt-A Rally ABahaat Prao Iran Ore
wad CwaU rreaalevd The Immh Tarn
at Down mm a Provoker aff tha Wrath af
Him 11 11 t Pin in nan i Crows
await Capital City ltetaav
WAsniSGTnx, Jao, 22. ThU week will
ara the conclaalon of tba tariff debate in
tha booae. : Acmrdinto tbe apecial ordiT
tba roting on the bill and pending amend
ment will bef-in a week from to-day at
bono. During the pant week no amend
ment of .ulattantial importance hare been
voted on with any chance of adoption ex
cept that fixing the date npon which free
wool would go into effect, which was car
ried by the radical Democrat with the aid
of aoiiie Republican over the proteat of
the Democratic tncnila-ra of the wayi and
mean committee, - - This week, however,
will witneae taa fixht over tha big amend
mcnta offvred f runt the Democratic aide.
The full measure of the Democratic oppo
aition to the hill will then develop and
conaidcraMe bad Uoud Will doubtless be
agar a Matter ta fight For.
The first fitcht will come on the snimr
arhrdule. Three hours have been act
apart for the consideration of the propoai-
tiona to he odVreJ by the aut'ar men. Four
amendments til be i(Ti-reU to the para
graph placing snirar on the free li-t, if the
prraent plan ia adhered tn. The firat will
be thnt of McKae of Arkansas, to aholiah
the prrvUion relating to the sugar bounty
in the Wilson bill which contcmplntcs its
gradual reduction of J,' of a cent a year for
riktht years uatil it Is wiped out. To this
iTice ( liuluna will out-r an amend-
mrnt loanhatitute in place of a bounty
duty of 1 rent per pound on raw sugar. A
substitute for this to retain the MiKinlry
lamnty of S rent w ill I offered ly Meyer
of luklnna, and lhaitner will oflrr an
antemliiM'nl to the auiiatilute to plnce a lj
cunt duty on sugars.
feMlag a 1-rahahlT lysine right.
The snu-nr men will make a strong fight
on the ground that sugar ia a revenue ar
Ik'le and in acronUnre with the dictates of
the llticago platform should hemndu dutl
ahle In supply the ik ticit which it is esti
mated the customs scliedulea f l t he il-
Inll will cause. They will have the
support of all tlie IVniorrats who are op
ptMril lo the innime tax, including Cia-k-
r.in, tlson and vthi ra ul tuowayaaml
means eommittee. While it ia generally
ailmitti'd that they will prvbnMy lanl!e
l master a majority of the Ivmncmt
the lCi-piihliran. wlm are plolceil to lite
free suuur fenturt of the Mt Kmley law,
ill grre t lie in no aid. The ctinnresof
the adojttktn ota sugar duty, for the above
renaons. are slim.
Am Allarh flvtt the Itaehbnaa,
Tomorrow hn lavn st-t mrt for the
consideration of the amendment to the
free coal a Ad free iron ore schedules. The
present duty on Kith these articles is
rents per ton. The oatl men, especial ly
of irgiiiiti, w est irgitua and Alnbamn,
re at the brick of this oppiatitkin and have
the support pretty gi'iiemuy of the Demo
emtlc tepTesentativea from those states.
The iron Interest of Aluluinia and Tennes
see and of the ljVe Snierior district. In
cluding the vessel inti-tvsts of the lakes.
Is ItKliting agninst free Iron ore. lloth
are willing to yield a portion of the duty,
and amendments ranging from 3 to 5
cents per ton will laofleml. Itnw materinl
are made tlie ikm klxne of the ilson lull.
and a herrulean r!Iort will tic mnde to
prevent defent here.
Where Unt Talk Will Come la.
Utter In the week the internal revenue
bill, tnrluding the income tux. will pnl-
altly lieollcreil assn amendment to the lull,
protmlily by McMillin, although this hnt
not lien decidtst upon fully. If it is this
fight will he the feature of the drlmto. If
trie anvocnie ti me income tax nre suc
cessful, aa they claim confidently they
will la-.and It Is put on the bill as n rider it
will cause several Ih-niorrats at Icatt to
Vote against tlie entire measure.
DOLE AND WILLIS LOCK HORNS.
The Farmer Makes Indefinite Charges aad
I Asked ta ftpeeify.
tVAsnisc.Tox, Jan. The correspond
ence that tlie president sent to congress
relating to the Hawaiian imbroglio con
lained one letter that incited the charac
terization of "remarkable" by the execu
tive. Cleveland's message waa short and
txrept that ie comment on Ihihi's letter
contained nothing but the announcement
thnt this was the correspundenre tip to
date. Tlie roirespoiiileuce contained at
least two "sally" letters. The first is ono
from Dole which la-gins and goes on at
great lenirth with a charge tluit the min
ister and Cleveland are responsible for the
condition of the islands.
These charges are not definite. They aro
made in such words a follows: "I desire to
call your xrcliency's must serious consid
era! Ion to the dangerous, critical condition
or this community arising, l must rv-
srertfully; submit, out of the attitude
whk-h you have assumed and the language
which you have used in public and in com
munlcntioos In thi government and also
out of the published letter of the secretary
of state ot the I nitea ftstea and the prel
dent's message on the subject of restora
tion of the mfMiarchy.n Dole does not say
tills situation nn lieen created Intention'
ally, but it has arisen lie says from the
ambiguous attitudu of the American gov
The letter la fnll of such innendna with
out specification, and the condition of the
Island a a result of this alleged "atti
tntle" Is pietnred in the most grevlou
terms. The letter em Is with a paragraph
asking whether Willis has instructions to
Useforre. Willis replies very shandv. lie
want to know what tba "attitude
la that Dole complains of and
what he (Willis) has la-en saying
and doing (a charged Indefinitely in
lane s letters) thnt has produced such
bail state of a ffai rs on t he island. II. de
mands that Dole shall state specifically
where these things hare been said and
done and tells tha provisional minister
that his whole letter Is a serious reflection
on the president of the United States and
that government's representative at Hono
Toe reply from Dole is to the effect that
hia question has been answered, as be haa
received copies of the president's message
to congresa and G realism's letters. This
did not suit Willis, who wrote in reply
asking whether be was totake Dole's letter
aa a withdrawal ot biacbanrea. Dole re
plied that be Withdrew nothing and could
file speddesttorm for every charge ba had
made, and Willis requested that the specr
Aratlons be sent, saying that be could
prove every charge f.ile.
This ended the cormipondence sent to
congress, being all that could be sent by
the steamer from Honolulu. Une point
decided by the correHpondence Is the state
ment in recent dispatches that Willis bad
requested Dole to ritpreas all the corre-
ipnndene relating to tba restoration ol
the nueen. What Willis really did sug
gest was that the correspondence above
summarized should be suppressed. This
uggsttion, however, was made upon the
receipt of Dole's letter stating that he had
received news from the I nitea fctates
which replied to his first letter, and whrn
Willis supposed Dole had withdrawn hit
Implications. If he bad withdrawn tnera
Willis thought the whole correspondence
might be treated as if it never had taken
FINED FOR GIVINS OVERWEIGHT.
A Case Artalag I'mlrr the Oleomargarine
WAsniXGTOS, Jan. 5i Secretary Car
lisle hss agreed to tompromis a rase aris
ing under the internal revenue bureau
apainst Armour & Co., ot Chicago. Some
:me ago it was ascertained that the com
pany was unknowingly delivering to mer
chants packages of I utterine containing
prints'' which weighed a fraction of an
ounce more than a pound, and un.w hich
the tax had been paid at so much per
pound. As soon as the matter was report
ed to Armour headiiuarttrs their agent
was sent to Washington to assist in the in
It was admitted thnt the pound packages
were overweight, but the claim was sub
mitted that it was the fault of the moulds.
The couipromiae arrived at is that the
company is to pay til. as taxes on the
overweight on the prints er-tlniate.l to have
Is-cn sent nut, and i,(i',H) specific penalty
for a violation of tlie law. This is not all
the comtwny's loss in the matter, how-
rver, lor to the above sums must be added
the value of the excessive weight
of biittrrine iu the packages, which
amounted in the aggregate to about S5,u0
Prneeedlag la the lfoase.
Washington, Jan. 2i The house put in
the whole day discussing an amendment
to the tinplate schedule of the tariff bill
affecting the technicalities of the trade.
Henderson's amendment to snla-titute the
McKiuh-y agricultural schedule, Dingley's
to ehnngethe rate on lime from Id per cent.
ad valorem tor. cents tn-r pounds spe-
dllc and C nun s to reduce the duties on
cotton and woolen good to s-r cent.
were lost. The president's message con
taining further Hawaiian correspondence
was read, the Democrats applauding that
from Willi and the Uepublicaus that from
F.x-MlnWtrr Kt evens Test I flea.
Washington, Jan. 22. Kx-Minister
Stevens was In-fore the sub-committee of
the senate committee on foreign relation.
S'lintor (irav. of Delaware, examined
tevi-tis very closely upon the points where
he had been charged by Commissioner
ISloiiut with illicit iug the revolution. The
I'X-mitiister stood by the statements that
he hail previously made and gave the com
mittee no opixirt unit v to show by his tes
timony thnt the I nited States was in any
way responsible for the revolution.
Will Not Change the fenate Itules.
WAsllINf.ToN. Jan, 2i There will be no
changes in t he rules of the senate this ses
sion. The question was definitely settled
nt a meeting of the committee on rules
which was attended by all the members o;
Tburatna Arrives at Washington.
Wat-ii:vi;ton, Jan. 22. Hon. Lor in R.
Tliur-tton, the Hawaiian minister to Wash
tnuton, has renrhecl the city after hU long
trip arrnss the continent and at once wcut
to the legation.
THE AIRY FAIRY LILLIAN
IHe Not Seem tn Have the High Begsrd
Xrw Yol:K, .lan. 2i .Justice TiarTett, of
the supreme court, was seen regarding an
application made by Lillian Ilnsseil
for an order allowing her to marry Siguor
f'ertmini in this state. Tiie justice ad
mitted thnt an informal application had
been made to lum by lawyer A. H. Hum
mel on Is-liulf of Mis Uutsell. Mr. Hum
mel merely asked for an expression of
opinion as to whether the court would
irrant the order. Tlie justice stated that
nHin the facts presented to him he had ex
pressed grave doubts as to whether the
rotirl would grant the order asked fur. lie
did not think from the facts told him by
the counsel that it could be considered that
Miss Husseil had lived a "uniformly good
ami moral life" within the meaning of the
law for five years tutst.
In consequence of this unkindly remark
of the learned jurist the airy fairy Lillian
was forced to forego the quiet home mar
riage she had promised herself and the re
porters and hie away to the Jersey shore,
where it would la; safe for her to take for
the third time the pledge to "love, honor
end olicy" her "third" until "death do us
part." This time she was married by a
'squire and the "love, honor and ols-y"
rt was proliably left out. It took but
live minutes to tie the knot and the party
returned to the bride's home on Scvcuty
seventh street, where a sumptuous wed
ding breakfast was served Last night a
dinner was teudere'i by Siguor I'crugini
The bride received many valuable gifts,
among them being two necklaces of dia
monds, a tiara of diamonds and sapphires,
diamond sunburst, two sets of sterling
silver knives and forks, a chest of old sil
ver, a morocco leather traveling bag with
sterling silver fittings, and two score of
jeweled ring and bracelets.
Irtsk Called ta A'
New Yoi:k, Jan Si I'nder tbe caption
"A Call to Battle" tbe Irish Republic bas
a column and a half appeal to Irishmen
signed by William Lyman, treasurer of
the Irish National League of America. The
addrem ia a pract ical call to Irishmen in
thia and all other countries tn open war on
Great Britain wherever her flag flies. It
says in one place: "You prattle and hur
rah about a nation, almut a flag of Ireland,
and yon insist that it shall float, say over
the city hall of New York or the World's
fulr building in Chicago; but you forget
that the people arc laughing at you; that
your nation ia a myth, and that in reality
you have no flag."
trel Worka Beaaaae.
PrEniX), Col., Jan. 22. The steel works
of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company
have resumed operations in the cold steel
department with force af TOO men. One
blast will be blown on tbe 1st of February,
and tlie converters will start March 1,
When I,3UUiueu will be given work.
TIED UP BYTHE 1I0B
Bridgeport, Conn., Indulges in
a Wild Sunday.
TIE-UP OF A STREET GAS USE,
Strikers and tha Fwamlace Set the Awthart-
tles at Denaaee aad Pay Ka Attention to
the rollee The Tracks Blockade aad
Car Trams Prevented fcjr Violence Na
Cart AUowed to Be Baa A Day af
BntDGEPOirr, Conn., Jan. 22. Yesterday
was one of the most exciting in the history
of the city of Bridgeport. Not since 1861.
when marching volunteers on their way to
the front filled the streets, have tbe resi
dents been so aroused. All day excited
crowd thronged the streets and mob law
prevailed. The police were set at defiance
and a crowd of angry men tuled the town.
The rioting was one of the results of the
discharge of five employes of the Bridge
port Traction company and the strike
which followed. About 100 employes of
tha company stopped work, completely
tying up the road. They held numerous
meetings and sent a committee tothe man
ager of the road in an effort to bring about
a settlement. In this they were unsuccess
ful. Yesterday morning fifty men came
up from Jersey City to take the places of
the strikers and it was announced that the
company intended to run its cars.
Iterifled ta Bua the Town.
The men then held a consultation and
decided that they would not allow tbe
company to run the cars. They concluded.
however, to give the company another
chance tor settlement and sent a commit
tee to the owners and managers of the
road. They were denied audience, the
managers refusing to meet them as a com
mittee or give reasons for the discharge ot
the men. They announced that they
would meet the dissatisfied ones individu
ally, but would not recognize them as an
organization. The men withdrew and the
strikers held a brief session at which it was
decided tlmf they would not return to
work and would prevent the company
from running cars. Meanwhile the com
pany was preparing to start service and at
9 o'clock iiinu cars were run out of the
shoii. Tbev were in charge of the mtw
men from New Jersey, the stable hands
and almut a dozen of the old men who re
ported for work.
The Tracks marked Everywhere.
The ieKirt. that the company was to
start cars and that the strikers would try
to prevent it spread rapidly through the
city and in a short time all of the strik
ers and hundred of sympathizers gathered
at the stable on Main street and along the
streets through which the road runs. As
soon as all ol the strikers were informed
of the refusal of the owners of the road to
arbitrate they proceeded to block the
tracks on every street. The yards of the
New York. New Haven and Hartford rail
road were raided and railroad iron, ties.
coupling pins boxes and barrels were
taken and piled on the tracks at various
points. Some of the cars were moved out
of tbe sheds, but were unable to proceed
but a short distance. They were sur
rounded by tha strikers and their friends
and the crews were compelled to leave
them in the streets.
Pnpulare with the Strikers.
Tolice were summoned front head
quarters and several cars were started with
three railroad employes and a guard of
thres tiolicemen. Tun crowds quick
ly drove the police from the cars together
with the conductors and drivers. Sticks
and stones wercthrown and the windows of
the cars broken. Several policemen and
railroad employe were slightly injured.
Main street in the vicinity of the stables
wo the center of the trouble. Here a large
crowd gathered and encouraged the
strikers. The demonstration became so
threatening that an alnrm was sent out
Irom police headquarters and all of the
cflieers and specials who could be sum
moned were- brought in. This force was
stationed along tbe tracks, at the stables
and nn the curs. The crowds near the
tables and along the road increased in
numbers until nearly 10,0(0 people were in
CARS WITH STONES.
Police Beiralard In aa Endeavor to Bescae
a Car Compromise Offered.
The presence of the police did not, bow-
ever, deter the mob and obstructions of all
kinds were piled on the tracks as rapidly
as they were removed. At intervals at
tempts were made to move the cars and
almut noon several proceeded a short dis
tance from stnhles. At 2 o'clock a car in
charge of five policemen and several rail
road employes was attacked at the corner
cf Congress and Main streets. Here a mob
of about 2,IK men and boys were gathered.
1 bey bombarded tbe cars with stones.
breaking all of the windows and injuiing
several of those in charge. At Williams
street in East Bridgeport 501 men and beys
ruiuea tne yaru or Junes ec Jlcuman, con
tractors, and piled lumlier, trucks sud
other obstructions on tbe tracks
At S o'clock the company succeeded in
getting one car, strongly guarded bv Ho
lies, over the entire line, but this was the
only one to make the circuit during the
day. At 0 o'clock a patrol wagon tilled
with police and tbree wagons with rail
road employes left the stables to bring
tmck a wrecaea car at the corner of Con
press nnd Main streets. On arriving there
tney were surrounded by a mob and
lively row ensued in which a hostler em
ployea by the company had his nose
broken and another employe was badly
uruiseu aooui me laaiy.
The police and railroad men retreated
and at inn doned the car. Meanwhile the
mayor summoned the police commission
ers, sheriffs and city officials and a confer
ence lasting three hours was held with the
owners of the road. At the conclusion of
the meeting it was announced that the
company had agreed to re-employ the
strikers with the exception of nine men.
Priest Sentenced for AaaawlU
Milwaukee, Jan. 22. A special to Tba
Evening Wisconsin from Duluth says
tbe Kev. Father Connelly, the Catholic
priest convicted of criiuiually assaulting
Miss Julia Sutherland, a member of his
congregation, was sentenced to twentv
years and three months' imprisonment at
Grand Baplda Gamblers Balded.
UUAXD KA11P3, Mich., Jan. 23. Every
gambling bouse in the city was raided
shortly before midnight and forty players
gniuereu in, including a number of prom
inent citizens. The gambling houses have
been running wide upen under police an
pervision for nearly a year and the raid
was aa unexpected blow.
Boston Waiter (to outside barbarian, who
tncka hia napkin in bis neck) Pardon roe.
air, but there is no shampoo goes with thia
dinner. P. & S. S. S. Co. Bulletin.
is largely an
Fresh . air
sound sleep. '
great benefit from
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites, a fat-food rapid
of assimilation and almost
as palatable as milk.
oCfoStl amu 5aSnoao
STATS SATOTGS BAUK
OfAce Garner FlfteeMh street and Third Asa.
SaeeeedS the Moline Ssvuics baas. Organised W
S PerCKT KTELST .'AH II tUti.
Organised under Steia Laws.
Oen from a. au to S n ai and Wednesday awe
Saturday nights frca?lo Spa
H. A, Aiaa-atMrra,
I. F. DlsuviT,
Porter Skinner. W.W. Walls.
ft A. Rose, H. A. Atnaworta,
t. a. aawaras, w. u. a
Aaorew Friborg, CP. Ha
REAL ESTATE LOANS
nude for private parties tn the cardea
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Cast, President.
Mitchell As Lvnde, Ttankefs.
J. P. Horansan- Cashier Hock Island Xatlcmal
C. C. Carter, w.D.
Henry D&it Sons, Wholesale Greer.
The largest line of Fancy Goods,
Decorated China and Tors at
131S, 1S.-0 Third Ave.
40 Hours Away.
A trip of two-score hours, will take
you where the weathers warm
TttaiASVILLE, OA., or
JACKSONVILLE or TAMPA,
A pleasant and continuous journey
via the Chicago and Eastern Illinois,
Louisville and Nashville and Savannah,
Florida and Western R. R's can be
made for a short time, at very low
rates. Write to
CHAS. W. HUMPHREY.
170 Kast Third St.. St. Paul. Miaa.
Gen. Pass. Agt. C. & E. L IL R Chicago, IB.
hashes XvatytUrg From a flat
Silx JZaaitechUf to a CSrenTtsL
Laca Curtate, a Eprfalty.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. XL & L. J. PARSER
Telephone No. 1214.
artificers Njcr.JaUrrieri; luiockedogfthetvwith-haininer-and-,
nails work. They're honest. You'll say so when you exam
ine them, r All-suiting prices. Enduring Furniture - of all
kinds. r i - .
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 10ft, 107 E. Seoond- 8treet, DAVENPORT, IA.
a. c. coawBitT. a. . coskfixt.
aTTOOXCYS AT L W Rock Island, II
r Office second soar, over Mitchell Linn's
iTTORKaT AT HW Office ia Mitchell
V Lyase new block
ITTORKKT AT IJkW Oflt- n Rock Island
I Nation. Bank building, flock Islsod, 111.
c u am.
8WEKNCT ot WALKER- , .
ITTOPXKT8 AK.T r-tSELLOIl9 AT LAW
V Office in Eea rum's Sloes, VocX UUad. 111..
CHARLES J. 8EARLE.
ATTORY AT LAV LKCAL ESSIXBSS Or
all LoM rms-t!v atterdrd t. State's At
tarnvy of hock llsad Uouaty. Offi.: Feat
McENIRY r MoENIRY.
TTORNS. i A'l LAW Usu aioccy fa foot
1 aeesrltT. Dske collrcti m. HrlriwnM.
Hitchell Ly.-, bsakera. Oics hi rostosace
8- W. ODELL.
ATTORXIV AT LAW Ponnrrlvof P t Byron,
Brow tar A Knirikrn at K oil no, bai- nownrxned
an otEce in tke Auditorium building, room ft, at
nanicLi ajtd srt ,w
r 114 Third A'
Telephoae 1170, Rock Island, IU.
Office Hoars: 10 a.m. 10 is m.. 1 to 1 n. i
DRS. BARTH At HOLLOWBTJ8H
PHYSICIANS AND STJBQBOIT8
Meaideace ni Slst at.
DR. CHA8-M. ROBINSON.
:YE, BAR. NOSK. AND THROAT ONLY
OfAce SloOaikMigk baiMiar, 1M W. kd Bt.
Hoan: to t am : 1 to nra.
R- M. PEARCE
nTI8T-Room U ia BUtchcU Lynda's sew
HAWTHORNE or SILVIS.
rtKNTISTS He 1711 Secoru avenne, over Kre3
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
DHNTAt. SURGEON - Mitcafll Lyadel
blocav Hooaia av-at. fTaka Wsvator,
VBCHITCCr, Bock Island, Til. Offica-I
mX Mitchell Lyase aejlding.
GEO. P. STAUDtTHAR.
BCRITECT--riasa sua s.iiiiilaiiieiiaa. far all
f class of Bat:diLa. awaaas ft and Ss, Mltca-
W. A. DARUNO,
Baford kfaek ever kisrsbary's store.
LABOR, TlLtE, IIOHET
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made.
For Washing Machine use.
a, a tU5TC3.
Original with us. Our il
lustration inadequate to tell
jtheit worth. ; Ornamental
anyrrere; artistic and sub
stantial. Your bedroom in
complete without one. If a
ever, nappy maeea are tney
who possess bur dressers.
How about wearing quali
ties? Unequaled. Manu
factured from choice selec
ted hard woods, by skilled
aTatteowr VlwaJ Mettlraaewt.
Bstste of Daniel O'Brien, deceased.
Public notice is hereby erven tbat the andrr.
siffotd, UsvM Brown, baa this day filed his anal
troon aad settlement as seek ta tbe coaat conn
of Bock Irlsnd county, and that aa order haa
ocea cBtt-rca ay aaia roan approviBg IS raid re
port, nnleaa objectona thereto or caaae to tie
onntrary be abowa oa or before tbe Bt Monday
of February, A. D. 1951, and npon toe fisal ap
proval of aaid report, tbe said David Brown will
ask for aa order of diamhutioa. and will alra ark
to be discbarred. All persons interested sic no
ticed to attend.
Bock Islsnd, ML, Jan. 11. ISM.
Bvecntor of the hut will aad testament of Dan-
By virtue of a special ezecntioa and fee bill Nn
H Issswdddtof thorJark'aaBca.ot tha aircali
snd S aat directed, wsarrby I am vnmisiialed to
make tbe amoant of a cartafa yadameat rercBtlv
obtained aesinst C W. Mother In favor of The
reoples National Bank of Rock la land. Ill .out of
tbe landa, teaemrat. goods sad chatties ef tbe
said defendant. C. W. Mother. I hate levied
anon rnefqtfbrarttit propertY.AowIt : Art tbat am
or portioaof Big Mana lylpjr la Bock river that
ltsa beieer uths vest line the iljtiiuf way of '
tbe Boca Inland ana FVoria Railway comraTiT.
and tbe east Una of rection Banner fifteen Obiarid
twenty-two i'H) tn Unmahtp number verenteen
(17) north range two i wei-t of tbe fourth prin
cipal meridian, ta tbe county of Bock lelaad sal
Mate of Il.raoia. - , ,
Therefore, according foetid esasmsaa I ahal! ex
pose for esle at pablic aacuoa all tke right, title
and tatereec of tbe above named, C. W. Moaner
taand so the above described property, on rri
day. tbe S6th day ot January, at t o'clock p. m..
at the nonb door ot taa Court III nan, ia tbe
dtv of Rock loisa. lathe comity of Rocklalsnd
aad state of lOrtole, for cash ia hand, to satarfy
am smiim aara ,e 0111.
Dated at Rock Inland thia rd daa rf Intan.
A D.lt4 Cs RCS D. GORDON.
Bepreeeats, among other Uasa-trlad and well
knows Plra Iaaarmnce Compsniea, the foDewing:
Boyal tBttarance Oompaay, of Enrfsad.
Weeeherter Pi re taa. Company, of N. T.
rwa Ins. Company. Bonnie. W. T.
Roabester German Ina. Cat. bwcbeeterTH. T.
Sua Pira ODIce, Lowdoa
Cnian Ins. Co, of California.
Becartty Ins. Oow. Bew Haven, Oona.
MUwaaae. MaebanKa l ft, Hmt..
Orrm.. Firs Ina.Otx.ef Peoria.111.
Office Cor 18th St, and 3d Are.
Rock Island, III
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J. M. BUFORD,
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