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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JULY 30, 1804.
NEWS FROM MILAN.
A CARD Or THANKS.
bur Grand Semi-Annual
Summer Goods must be Sold no matter
how great the loss will be. Our loss is
At the above named prices it will not take long
therefore, come early and have an early pick.
About 100 pieces ilress calico, worth 6c at 4.1c
About 40 pieces best indigo blue calico, worth 6c at 4c
About 50 piHceu fancy printed brilliants, worth 8c, at 51c
About 60 pieces extra wide dress jmrcalc, worth . .12c, at 9c
About 25 pieces good checked ginghams, worth ." " 7C' at 4c
About 60 pieces Kenfrew best dress ginghams, worth . .." 9C 'at 6'c
About 60 pieces good dress gingham, worth gc at gc
About 42 pieces fancy printed mulls (dark ground), worth 10c' at 5c
About 30 pieces tissue cloth, worth 15c, at 10c
About 12 pieces printed batiste . .121c, at 8c
About 80 pieces printed challies, worth .5c, at 8Ac
About 70 pieces of printed challies. worth . . . 7c at4ic
About 15 pieces best half wool challies, worth .'.18c. at 12ic
About 20 pieces dark ground, half wool challies, worth . 21c', at 171c
About 40 pieces pongees, worth llic, at 7ic
About 100 pieces fancy satines, worth , '. .16c, 'at 111c
About 150 pieces, fancy satines, worth .19, at 15c
About 2 pieces fancy printed hemstitched mull, worth ..Y... lc, at 12Ac
About 60 pieces creponettes, worth iOc, at 630
About 30 pieces fancy organdies, worth .9c at 6',c
About 25 pieces Scotch lawns, worth 8c, at 5c
About 50 pieces chiffoncttes, worth 6c, at 3 -c
About 14 pieces fancy figured grenedine. worth 32Jc', at 15c
About 38 pieces fancy dress duck, worth !l2c, at 8c
About 32 pieces fancy dress duck, worth .'.!iec, at 11c
About 70 pieces cardinal red dress calico, worth ..die. at 4c
About 52 pieces checked apron ginghams, fancy borders, worth. .10c. at 7o
About 28 pieces Scotch zephyrs, fast colors, worth 12Jc, at 71c
Hundreds of other equally good bargains too numerous
to mention will be on sale in wash goods department.
40 dozen ladies' ribbed rests, worth
62 dozen ladies' ribbed vests, worth
100 dozen ladies' ribbed vests, worth
33 dozen children's vests and waists combined, all sizes, at
80 dozen ladies' black cotton hose, worth .
50 dozen ladies' fast black hose, worth
60 dozen ladies' fast black hose, seamless heels, worth
48 dozen ladies' fast black hose, fancy ribbed, worth 18c,
75 dozen men's ribbed top mixed cotton sox, worth
29 pieces pi a!n colored China silk, worth 35c, at 25c
1 pieces ligured China silk, worth 40c, at 271c
It pieces figured China silk, worth 75c, at 60c
1 piece black faille silk, worth 75c. at 60c
1 pieces black surah tilk, 21 inches wide, worth 95c, at 70c
1 piece black crystal silk, worth tl-10, at 90c
1 piece black Armour silk, worth 89c, at 72'.c
31 pieces all wool French challies, worth 5c, at 85c
27 pieces novelty dress goods, worth 50c, at 35c
22 pieces plaid novelties, 42 inches wide, worth 4-Jc, at 25c
67 pieces Knglish cashmere, 36 inches wide, worth 27c, at 19c
38 pieces all wool summer dress flannel, yard wide, worth 37c, at 29c
20 pieces fancy striped Mohair, 42 inches wide, worth 40c, at 25c
14 pieces fancy novelties, 36 inches wide, worth 27c, nt 19c
18 pieces all wool alabatross, stripped and plain, worth 25c, at 15c
60 pieces all wool Henrietta, 36 inches wide, worth 50c, at 39c
One lot of ladies' chemisettes, worth 3()e, at 22c
One lot of ladies' night gow ns, worth GOc, at 45c
One lot of ladies' white aprons, hemstitched, embroidered and
rullled, worth 4 25c, at 17c
Choice lot of ladies' laundricd waists, worth f 1.25, at fl
2,000 yards of embroidery, ranging from J-inch to 2 inches
wide, and worth from" 10c to 20c, will be sold at per yard 5c
Odd sizes of line corsets, worth from $1 to 11.75, at .". 75c
25 dozen gents' hemstitched handkerchiefs, worth 15c, at 10c
20 dozen ladies' Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs, worth 30c, at 19c
20 dozen ladies' Swiss embroidered handkerchiefs, worth 35c, at 25c
5 dozen alligator skin pocket-books, worth 25c, at 15c
A table full of parasols will be sold at 25 per cent discount from
our already low prices.
17 dozen black silk mitts, worth 25c, at 171c
22 dozen black silk mitts, worth 20, at 10c
31 dozen colored licrlin gloves, worth 25c, at 10c
1 bale, 36 inches wide, unbleached Tine muslin, at 3C
1 bale. 36 inches wide, Pepperel "R" muslin, at 6C
1 bale extra heavy unbleached muslin, equal to Indian head, at 6c
1 case Fruit of the Loom at 5c
1 case I.onsdafc, 36 inches wide, at 7c
1 case standard 9-4 unbleached sheeting, at 15c
. .10c. at 5c
.16c, at 10c
. 35c, at 20c
. . .7c. at 4c
..12c, at 8c
. 15c, at 10c
at 2 for 25c
. . 10c, at 7c
to close out the lots,
Two Vary Peculiar Aocldenta -Sorrow at
Milan, July 27. William Pate, a
resident of Sears, was injured while
at work on the canal near Milan Sat
urday afternoon. Pate was oiling
cars on one side, while men were
loading on the other side, when the
half load was tnrned, the car un
hooked and fell, the trucks being
what struck him. He lay wedged
under the car for quite a while, till a
team was hitched to the car and it was
pulled off. He was conscious all tbe
time, and toll them what to do.
Pate is a son-in-law of William
Campbell in Sears. His legs are
broken, and he is internally in
jured. Dr. Huyett's report this
morning was that he was a little bet
ter, but his recovery is doubtful.
William Shoemaker and wife, of
Sears, mourn tbe loss of their child,
Louie, who died last night at 10:17,
of cholera infantum, aged 2 years
and 8 months. The funeral services
will be conducted from the house at
10 a. m. tomorrow. Tbe grief strick
en parents have much sympathy in
Last Thursday, William Hoffman
accidentally drove over his son, aged
2 J years. He had a load of bay on
the wagon, and did not see tbe little
fellow. The wheel ran over the lit
tle one's stomach and severely in
jured him. The doctor thinks he
will pull through all right.
What Tiioy Locked.
It has been said, we lelieve, "that a
poet is liorn, not made," but even a
poetic birthright does not prevent its
owner from occasional! y encountering
adverse criticism on his early efforts.
While Thomas Campbell was prosecut
ing his studies at the University of Glas
gow lie occupied apartments with an
elder brother, who, tiiongh no pet him
self, was a most admirable critic, but a
Mr. Campbell had gone down to the
breakfast room one morning, leaving the
poet to follow at Lis leisure. After wait
ing for some: time, lie began bis meal ia
solitude. He had nearly finished break
fast when his brother eutered with a
copy of verses iu his hand, which lie laid
on the table as an excuse for his delay,
at the same time requesting Mr. Camp
bell's opinion of their merit. The reply
was quite characteristic of liis brother's
peculiar dry humor.
"Your lines are admirable, Tom, my
boy," said the elder Campbell, after calm
ly iierusing the verses, "but they appear
to me to want fire," and suitiug the ac
tion to the word the merciless critic
committed the paper to the Haines. The
poet barely succeeded in rescuing his ef
fusion, but after a little reflection lie
threw it into the fire for the second time,
acknowledging the justice of his broth
er's bomuot. Youth's Companion,.
Low Kate, to St. I'aul.
The annual convention of the
Catholic Total Abstinence Union will
be held in St. Paul August 1 to 3.
For this occasion the IJ., C. R. & N.
railway will sell excursion tickets at
a rate of one fare for the round trip.
Tickets on sale July 30 and 31. Good
to return August 4," 5 and 6.
For further particulars inquire of
station agent or address
Gen. Ticket and Pass. Agt.,
Cedar Kapids. Iowa.
Arrested (or Counterfeiting.
Toktlami, Or., July 30. An elabornte
scht-uie to evade the Chinese registration
law wns uuenrthed here by federid officers
Jumes A. Miller, E. KeeJ uml n printer
and engraver have been arrested for coun
terfeiting internal revenue registry cer
tifieutes lor Cuiuese. Tiiuir pluu was to
sell certificates to Chiuce here and iu
Suu Francisco where they expected to do
a wholesale business. The prime mover
in this scheme, u man named Jlimo. who
came here from Baltimore, escaped urrest
aud is iu San Francisco with the plate for
priutiug the certilicates.
Mail Sent (tut by Uumlcar.
Cincinnati, July 30.-Tue state of Ken
tucky levied on the Kentucky Midland
for taxes due aud not a wheel is turning.
What to do about the inidls was the
qu.sUim, but it was aettlud whan a stal
wart crew took thum out ou a haudcur.
All the postoffices, b-tweeti this city ami
Frauktort, Ky., were served, but hours
Crook. Ordered Out of Town.
SAISATOGA, X. Y., July ai). Police Chief
Blodgett lias notified the crooks gat hered
here from Xew York, Chicago and other
cities that they niu-st leave town on the
tirst outgoing train or he will railroad
them to the penitentiary. A large num
ber departed aud more will loliow iu the
Twenty Year, a Tearber.
Campaellsville. Ky. I have
been a teacher for 20 years, and dur
ing that time I have had repeated
attacks of headache. Xow I am en
tirely free from them after using
Simmons Liver Regulator. It was
so mild in its action that it never in
terfered with my school dutiis F.
Today the Best.
One of the illusions is that the present
hour is not the critical, decisive hour.
Write it on your heart that every day is
the best day in the year. No man has
learned anything rightly until he knows
that crery day is doomsday. Emerson.
Rudy's Pile Suppository is guaran
teed to cure piles and constipation
or money refunded. Fifty cents per
box. Send stamp for ci'rcular and
free sample to Martin Rudv, Lancas
ter, Pa. For Bale by T. II. Thomas
and Haitz & Iiahnsen, druggists,
Rock Island, 111.
The firm of Ohlweiler & Vogel
has this day been dissolved. F. Ohl
weiler continuing the business and
assuming all liabilities.
Inaoranee That Inaarea.
Rock Islakd, Ills., July 20,1894
To the Editor of The Argi s: I wish
to extend my thanks through vour
valuable paper, to J. S. Lalhan.' as
sistant superintendent of the Metro
politan Life Insurance company, at
1522 Fifth avenue, for his promptness
in the payment of (333.33 on a policv
which 1 had on the life of my late
husband. I wish also to state that
at the time of my husband's death,
this policy of the Metropolitan had
been in force four weeks only. Tru
ly, the Metropolitan deserves to lie
called, as it is, "the leading indus
trial insurance company of America."
The C, R. I. & P. railway offers
very low rates for the following
meetings: Democratic state conven
tion at Dos Moines, Iowa, July 30
August 1.; Battle Flag day, at" Des
Moines, Iowa, August 10; annual
meeting League of American Wheel
men, at Denver, Col., August 10-11;
annual convention Total Abstinence
Union, at St. Paul. Minn., August 1
3: Knights of Pythias conclave, at
Washington, D.'C. August 27 to
Sept. 5. For full particulars call at
depot ticket office or address
F. H. Plummek, Ticket Agent.
L. M. Allen, Gen. Agent, Daven
port. Heat DIs Iuuglitcra Lover to Death.
HoI'KINsville. Ky., July .iO. Wilbur
Hughes, a prominent young man of this
section, is dead from the effects of a brutal
nssiiult at the bauds of Claude Iladdox, a
merchant of AHeusville, in jj'odd comity.
Iladdi.x objected to Hughes' attentions to
his daughter, and leannm; that they were
going to eloiie attached Hughes aud beat
him with the stated result.
That Tired Feeling
is a dangerous condition directly due
to depleted or impure blood. It
should not be allowed to continue, as
in its debility the system is especial
ly liable to serious attacks of illness.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is the remedy for
such a condition, and also for "that
weakness which prevails at tbe
change of season, climate or life.
Hood's Tills are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared from the best in
r.rlnps comfort and improvement and
tends to personal enjoyment when
rightly used. The many, who live bel
ter than others and enjoy life more, with
less expenditure, by more promptly
adapting the world's best products to
the needs of physical beinrrj wiil attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy, Pyrup of l'ips
Its excellence is cue to its presenting
in the form most acceptable and pleas
ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly
beneficial properties of a perfect lax
ative; effectually demising the system,
dispelling cohld, headaches and fevers
ana permanently curing constipation.
It has pivpn satisfaction to millions and
met with the approval of the medical
profession, because it nets on the Kid
neys, Liver nnd Ilowels without weak
ening them and it Ls perfectly free from
every objectionable substance.
Syrup of Fip is for sale by all drug
gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man
ufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. only, whose name is printed on every
package, alao the naae, Syrup of Figs,
and beiiin well informcd.'you wiil not
accept any substitute if olli'red.
SCREEN DOORS, WIN
DOWS, ALL WIDTHS
OF WIRE SCREEN.
And a complete line of
niixcu house and floor
paints, white lead, lin
seed oil, etc.
1610 Third avenue.
SEE Itm AS IU YOUTU !
THESE WONDERFUL' LEASES
A FA thn ropriTf. of
Imenting. and are now plueed. owing to
their superiority, preeminently above every
wine heretofore produced in this line.
Th"T are acknowtadeed by Kxpnrta to oA
mo wnesi, ana no poticut constructed
Lenses KMMM. and are peculiarly adapted
ocorreetine the various visual imperfec
tions . A trial of th e. aoti IWOQH yjil ,.,,n yluce
JiMl invv r m uiM aai MHKIBUw
For sale by T. Ht THOMAS, Drug
gist and optician.
r nmeini wiy'i,:ir,if
j der to get results. Ti'.is is but oua
i of the common stove troubles that
have been overcome in Jewel
? Stoves an! Ranges. They threw out
all the heat generated. They make
neither dirt or trouble and burn little
fuel. As for looks they are the
handsomest stoves made. Js?!d by
all dealers. Look for Trade Mark.
IVCOKPOBATED CKOZB TBE STATE LAW
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Rock Island, III.
Open d.Ujr from I k. m. to I p. m., wrf Saturday fraia 7 to 8 a'ckMk.
Five per cat Interest paid on Deposits. Money loaned on Personal col
lateral or Real Estate security,
P. L. MITCHJSLL, Pm'l. r-aOESAllASN, V!cerwV JJ . BUPOED. Cartiler
F. U Mitchell, F. C. Dar kr-um. John CrohnuLh. Phi! MlrchrU, EL P. Hall, L. StaAB.
X. W Univt. J. H. I'll for.!, John Vu..
facaaoa A Uciwt, K lwitom.
Bran ru'iim July . IW). ana occupy to. toflTl.naw mrtw-rof 1! frhell ft LyreeNi new MTVTIar.
Contractor and Builder.
Shop, Holly Hoe House.
Residence. 410 Feventh street.
j ilit Nrt-n. lirtT--ti 1
uat ii:ti- a n aunt r"r
iAr, ' l" .'.':r.:i.
50c. t'ro,-.ca cr t-jr id, LLX
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STATE OF ILUN'HS, I
KOTK JHLAVn lirHTT. I
III xliv c:rruit niurt r nui-l Unck llniid conntv.
T" tne pt (iicuili.r lei j A. 11. lsin. la chan- J
Miirr Fit?:; Mi n v. Mirhi-1 fcnnanoll. Wil
liam 0'lniie!. .Iatc? O'llim eM. M.cic O'lnii
iwll. AI rv '! .ll:n?i. MT ri)nm'l'. hiizi
'lonii!l, V-rarc 4I'I fiut-M. Andnw O'iKiK-
r.l. Mary t I.u:imjI1. F. i7. I'liuMielL Mar;a
l'Ioltn-li. anriw A. 'iHiii.il, Snr Vlli.u
liell, Jiihn T. i'j)iiniit 11, M&nra-t-i 'Ioijnc;',
V mil it- i I'D j!n.rll. Mary AL'm: rii m-vilL
3l.'.ri-yrt-.liU-iin' to.Mit.'ji.ir(i and J K .lolirfi'rm.
A11i-lt.vit uf Tnii-rfi.:eir.e of Mrie rlflim-,l,
Mmirii-i- A. 'Di. im11. ira rlo'?n.ll. John K.
tl'llui nL"ii, aia-irarcr riliinil:. Miuni 0"l'n-
neli. Mar, Aliict (I Imi.n il, Eliza II I) miiikII.
.MHrtran i O i,.mit.!l. Anilrct. l Doiiu : I. Mar
o'lioiincl!. El'ai 'I'Dimm il.aitri thai tlic il n-t-if
ti..iiM-- ii'iiiiin-Ii it ui kuuuii. imtiivaiua witli
Ihv aiMjvtr iitln'lai:tl. Micliai-1 o'ilonuel!, Wi -
Hum t :)uunvii, nre l I pnnch. alary
I'ltunnull, XtU e?ory. Hiicrnc 1.
Shppo.nl and J. H. 4ovrj-;in. ln.v-
in'.' Di en ti pa In the tl-.-rk ? i-ID r ike nr-
rult p.inrt of haid coui.lv.tii.tlCi- it. tto-rt'tur li.rr-
tv!rvi-n to tup ini) ii.ii rcMdrnt dcfomlurit 1 -.nt
Ibp c-miitluiuunt LJrd lit r hill -f cfiniDiailil .n a fl
court, i. n tne phsiKvry sirti- !li-rpor.tm tu't:ili
any of Ju'y. l:l. ana'il.at thi-rvupoa a .TiTiiTirit
l-.U''0 not ol fain court, wufrtlL sil'J full lr l.ow
ppiirtiii!:. rp'.umaM. on the ri-. aloDiiiy in tUc
montli of r-enirmlx'T mx'.&a ia by la ri-ouiru.
Now nnirs- yon. ihi- uij n:in r, ai lpn- d'l'na-art-
above Tiuinfil . Blanr il'llonlici1, la:iric- A
irimni eli. N'o-a o'IIoiik-I!. John V. O ilonrf li.
Mar.ant ('ionn:ll. M unie O'lh nut- I. Mary
Ami. i lioiiiit'iL kt r.t ' i or;iil!. Va;artt
'loi:n' 1. Audrc t'uoimcll. .Mary ii'iion-iel .
riiirm liouit. i mil -J.iri-i ii i-u.ncli..Lall iet
tonally 1; ai.rl apHiar lHforc Mid rirrnl: curt on
the tirst rtnyof th mxi tprm thereof, lo ! bo di n
at KK'k l-laad in and for the .aid cntin'.r. on Uiu
lirnt Mom :ay in ISci t inlier nvxi. and icMl. an
rwvr or di mr.r to the eaid oinllaiiiaul hill of
eomplaii.t. lir saioe and the maiicr aiid thiu-;?
thprvm charted and atcd will be tak-r. a- con
f H:ii. and a upcne tnit-i-d iigtiu-n ooacco.d
inyiothp in.vt rof ani il!.
nati-rt at Uo-k lIanri. Ill nol. r.th rlnr of
July, A. 1. (jEUHl.K W.i.AMULE.
. lork r f ald n ii.-t
rEA.Ri.La Wei.u. Comjilainani'. rolicitO!fl.
FTTirtnpof af in ci-.l nc-u'ion and fpe bill No.
0T7I itui'd out of the clerk, offre of the circuit
conn of Hock Inland comity. ai.d .talc of liunote,
and to me dirccti-d. whert-hy I am comn anded to
maki the amount of a certain Judamitnt recently
ohtained rL-un r-t .InUn ua Urixvl ai d t'lurt
W li'lt. iar nir. iloiiiT buttituf. nmler the name
and ny e of Jirwxel A Windt. in fav r of A ln
llaulc. doir.it luii s undtr tire i.a-ne nno s'j t
of A.bert Hitule A io., out of the lanil. ti-nt-
men irind. and rhatipl.nf the pa d :t f ort:.n .
llrexo! A Hel tlu I hive levied upon tar folio. .
irr nri'ii-riT. !o- it: Lot. No. four Ii. five j.
Mx l6iaLltH vou (7). iu block No. two 2t in oil
town of Cordova, in tue ccun y of hock lfiaad
and late of I'lino.n.
TnvriTfom.accortlip!: to. aid command I .haTlcx
po.e fn-rtiaie at public auction a!l the rit'h". title
and inter.t of the above named. Dr. xl A Wrndt,
in and to the .hove de-crlbed nit.pertv, .in iue.
day. the nth day of Aunt't, lssi. at So'clo k p.
m.at the r.onh door ofthe ronrt Hotifp, lj tl.e
ci' of K'tck I.iani. in tbe connty of Koca l.land
and uTatc of lili-ioif, for catb in hand, to Mttrfv
said Exec-.tioc aud Ilc bill.
itrs n. GORtx)?..
Sheriff of Kock l!nurt 'ountv.llliDoitL
l)at. d at Kuck iciaud ttne JIt day vt July.
A. 1). '
KkPrifl a HalP.
lly virtue of an execution and foe bill No.
G.V15 .Rued ou of the c etk'a office of the ciri uit
court of ho-a llaud ciunty, and n ti of llti
uoi. aid to me c ltv led", whereby I am eou-mn1i-d
ti m;;ke the awount of a certain j:l
mem ref-enrly olrniiied riaiuft Adim Alday in
favor if M. A. (Huld on! of the land., n nea -ot.
Koodr and clin'ti U ol the .aid defendant. Auatn
Alday. I have levied upon ttie folUiwitijr t ro, erv.
to-wit: tot live (fn, in hloca live i.'n In et
K-ick l-lai .l. iu the eiitr of Hook la ud, com t
of K-x-k Itiaiid at.il flute ol t'intoia.
Theri-fote. .i cor-Jii! te raid c.-omiacd. I .hall
pxKi-e for rale at public ai.c!ion all 'be rirM.
tan and ii.un-et of the above named AdMtn
Aiday in ai d to the above derenhed prooefly. on
batunliy, the lnth day of aukuI. Ki at I
oclo.lt) ni., at tbe north d'or tif I be court
hou-e in the city of Kock l-.and. In the cti'.n y
of ftock Ifiand and .late of ilJio-f. forea.ii m
hai.d. to cati.fy raid execution a d fee bl L
C. li. tJ'JKDllN.
Plier.ffcf Rtick .lad l otinti. lilinoin.
Pete! at l.oc island lh l:.y of Jniy. A.
Xailrr '! artara.
Fenled roio.al. will he rec-lrcd t th iity
clerk'. oHi-e. Itc-ek l.land. HI., until Monda.
Ain.ut. ln, at 6 o'clock is in., for lyiu;'a
S4-.nc.li or 3o-uch cant iron inlet p:e f .ota the
aerr.kH pnn plntr .tat on lo the main channel
of tne Mi.--luippi riv.r. a di a tier of .1i fet
more or iene. bciil pipes to be U dalttalead
Contractor." will fnrn'i-b. the m.tci ial and d all
work according to rp-.-dticaun. ou nlc ai.UK ci'y
All hid. aiut le aceonipani d with a certttle
cbe k in the sum of t im. payable ibe -rirr
of the tnaior ol Mid city, win h chck .hall t
forfeited ioaid en iu re pie bidd.r .hall fail
to enier Into con'rct aitb ap-rtve9 aaretH. to
eaecuie the work for ihe price meaiioned hia
bid aad according to the pecin 'Kns.
The city council reaeivv. the n-jtnto .ciect any
and all bid.. A. l UVbLNij, ciy Clerk.
the chimney.' You have to
Ihz stove all Hie time in or-
:! r!. it1
a f . . .iniiiTBii'in,
; .' v-tr. s.untTl-&. fe'VwV'rV'v'
illJS, ti Wilmx M, A. V.A. ' !ie s
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t hiarrt) atirr.
STATE .P 1I.1JV!. I
Kcck I-tLatl Oit'STV; (
To the r- picm'jer lerm. A. D., I' 91, circuit
court in c-at:-.cry.
Anna Caratt, cos-plainxnt, vs. Hillia-n t'arait,
To tb i.h.ve ntt-acd def, rdant. Wil'i.m rarati;
'atue le bi i hy t:vi to ta Mid W illtaa-i Ca
ratt. that tl.e abovc-nairn-d d.CipiatnvLt h. Ihi.
day li.d her hill rf piup:.nl it. ea d ci'irt tiia
tt e chaiinry i :e l!. r ot n. nitirl y a f"f divotrre.
arid tti-t a tunin li :n c" aiM-er tticru;oa i.re4
ontof.--id "tirt i-.ainl vnu. t e alw.ve uatlH 4
ii.-f.'nUai-t. re'rn.nuie on the flrtt dty of th n-Tt
term of ihe cirrun c..crt of fraid e -mil ti he t--
t'tit! and ro'tlen at the court In ti-,-' in th n.
f !t.fk ls'iiud. in 'lil fi k Iswnd court v. on
the fr-t jBo-.duv in Sp eialie'. A . I). l"t. a.
I hy law rpqn.nd. '-td which .uit i- rl'.l'. pctidiny
Iu aaid criiirt. at wbick line aid l.lace you will
apiiear ai.d p.ea-i. anw r or tictr.ur to e-wd n.U.
t.tui:os w. .aui.e.
i k-rk of mid fort.
.TscKMix A Hn t.T, Cm; U i.am'a t.iicitora.
Ko k lrland. r.Miifi-. 4u y Si, A. 'J.
otlrit.t .airi.r m.
Scaled pmpo-al. will He re"c;.vt'd .t te city
cl, k off... Hick l.lnnd. 111., nu'.il M-mitf.
Aiir:it , 1HI. at 6 c'cu-k p. tc for coiiKractinc
trc tmprovfiici.t" or J rt d by an orfl:iian--e of
ci'y of K'ici. N.'ard. j-a.-d -tune 1-.. -1, rmitlrd
"in orriitance for the efitirtruril m ol a .yrtera
of tM-wp. in tin Mrth ward, on Twenty w"vet.tk
.met. on Fif h .'cdoc, on Kff h-and a-a.f av---rui.
SiX'li. Si-veiitr; rii.d Eighth av Tin-, ai'd OB
Tiiiri fib ire t. all iu ihe utjr of Hjtk l-iand.
!':an an J .;r. cificatioof can be neen a: tbe c ty
ck-k't. Ih e.
AIi bid mut-t lie .ccompanit d with a certified
checa :n the -Ltn ff i;ym. payable lo fie ocler of
the miyur of .aid city. :n case the b ddcr .hall
fail to enter Irto cot-tract wi'n ap;ruvt-d .ure
tit, to ex cute fi.e work 1-ir ti pr.ee ra-i:t -oned
in hi. bid. A. I. H'. EslN,oty Ciirk.
If-xk l. land. 111., Ja'y l. KH.
X.-Ur ta aoira.tar..
Scaled prtno.a!. will he rcceTd at the city
clerkV othct:. K-K-k leland. 111., outil alot.dxy,
Au-r.C, 1-'.H. at 5 o'clock p ir.. f.tc ttieeunnroe ioa
of the improvcnitit trtli-r.d lv r.n ord itutnc-e tf
tin city. pt-n.t! JulK 1. --A, eulilled An ftrdi
nance I.r thi v in-tiuctim ol a .t wcr on n ifih
trvpt. frtiro the ci nii r line of KU:li avenae to
'lie ninth imc of Tenth a-.ex.ut:. all .h the city ot
h.efc I-iard. I I.
I'anK and ep.riCru!ioii. c.n tt ret-to at the ritr
AIi IikI' mort be acc"mt.-.tcied with a ocrtScd
check in the t.m of isi. paj'httle lo tl-e r
der of the mayor of aa:il cn. in rae tie b:d
di r .hall tail lo uicr in'o t-4M:act w:tn appmved
niretie. to txictjte tie work for tae itx
meuuened lu :.i? tod.
A. V. nrcsiNG. City Clerk.
Fork I-lnL Ill, Jn!y 1!. A. I. l-.
prrlal . ..-.. meat i tire
TToticr i heieh7 ri.tn 'o all pet-Mr: inter-kted
th'.t the citv n Ktrtl of the t 'r of -txkIa:id
btivliiy ortlcre'l iha' afiwe- I e crie'riiri, d oa
Twclfib itript fro at the tenter line of Fif Ui aie
nue to Hi. n'Ttb line of Tenth t-.enqe
iu the city of ! l-lat:d. liliio .. r OI-
liU' ii -t fir the fame im.::,l ,.b tie m :he o.Sreof
the city etcrfc, I ive ap;iied to the cocn'v ecu ft
of Hot k 1-laid cotin'T. in the tt-ite o( I i o.,;.. t.-r
en .-tmet't of the cttt-t. of is'.l impr temtpi.t
accordiuir to lenfl'; ant. at: ai-m t;t ttiere
tif httvtti; tNen ixiMte ai-d ri iund lo 4 coart,
th-Suai k' armc n rcni wi:l had at 11- Aura-t
tt-rtn of . id -mrr. conin-etjti.r on ibe tfeik tLy of
An-roft. A U . l-w.
AM pix-ti dt-ir.i'C nuty then aud there l Ulr
and nic.ke their del. nv.
Uauta ' Kork It and, l.Hrm'f. thi. 2T. h day of
July, A. i . 11 It. A. 1 ...i...n,
b. 6. Hi I L
kttt- W I .
......ww.. ItblllbUI 90un
i re luce. in. amw. b-;lia ia Pa. it acta
powertu:!j-at.dgiiit Kiy. tun, w W-n allotbera
laiL Hii.tr men wiil rrnin tlr ir twl n;anbood,
andoiuni'-n nil reover thcr yoathful virar
by ustnf VITALIS. It quickly and f-irely te
Jtoreu Nitvoii-j., Lost Vliaiity. Imtnttwr,
Niff'T ftnin-ii.tin. Lost I'ower, PaiimK Mem
ory, WaatiiK InstiiM. and all n-Secta of ae.f
abuse or etcnut end lnd.-jr. tloa. Ward, off
lnanlty and cucumputin. Ituo-t ma luirim'
VITALIS, olu. r. (4i be carr-d In teat
pocli.-U ! mr.ll. H.eo r r (4citas.-e.or.ix lor
.-. wit. a ptiMtita wnttt a ttauwtf t. cwrw
IM la. twtmev. trctil .r ir.-. Ailn.
CALL BET Uk.Xt.ht lOatAHr. (kkacw, liL
For a-ilc at Kock laland by Harper Doeae flar
mirj and vTillua Clendtaiv, Dr"Ktift, Moliaa.
gm . X '"" ' Ira
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