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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1897.
Sawed building stone,
- Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
tone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, cto. Plana sent
ns (or estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at oar expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Bock
Island on the C, B. & Q. R. B.
Trains Nob 6 and 10 will atop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stoneany size desired.
8amples of Stone and Photos of
Buildings oan be seen at Boom
No. 13, Mitchell 4 Ljnde's build
Arthur Burrall. manager,
Rock Island or Colona. 111.
why fa St wl lb Pile when you cut -be
cured by us'ng one Jar of
DEMON SCO'S PILE BEMEDY.
Testimonials Furnished Free.
Enclose 50 cents to us and we
will send you one jar of Herron
A Co's Pile Remedy by return
HERRON ft CO.
SS West Washlngto- Bt. CHICAGO.
DR. MOTT'S .1ERVERI9IE PILLS.
The great rem
dy fur nervous
all nervous di
ease of tbe erect
! I (inch as Nervous
o oi rimer
axiuaa MS in. un r'aillnir or Lmt
Manhood. impotency, Nightly Emissions. You lb
tul terrors. Mnvil Worry, excessive use of To
beore or Opiuni, which lend toConsunipiion and
loam any. w an every m-i orarr we give a writ
to- guarnnw-e to cure or refund tne money
el Bl.OO per bos. boxes for S&.OO, DO.
m en cb.bici. roipun, drMbst, out.
Said bv T n Thorns, dmrglst
J floppy Days
art then uron which sufferers experience the i
return of km suangin, v..llty an4 energy.
Th fa moo. Brain atvl Nervt Ford, brfrp
bout ihis harpy Tnult. IhrycrMle Iwalthy
dfriKo. put, run fcloiMl, linn mu.lt9, 1-
turned vreniftPt VeoJv nerve anj a citar 4
train Drains chrcked forever.
$1.00 ttt Box, Boxes, $ V00.
A Wcl r'n-t I r or r-fmic! the X
onry innrTn7 iwiifT. ut:rck ,
h rfHi iyinin invj ,t ttrwriainn. .
Tot sale by a. J. Ralst and Otto Qrotjsu, drag
gists. Bock Island
White Seal saloon
181; Second Avrnue
ir CnUYROYAt PILLS
mjt O "Baltaf krU'aM
aaa. Mr. -iht. .....I. i.dii, m) v
SjltNn BntfM nr oban ariu swX
TtM- VX I U4 m M w.lli.
qrvCv pi i nil ui aia. hum. Takw
I i.m-n iiUmmalk
a istnsil complexion must as. Posaosi'i
Pownssa- It prodacas a salt and beautiful
II i 8I
Yon will And one coupon
Inside each two ounce bag
and two coupons Inside each
fourounoe bagof Blackwell's
Imrham. Buy a bag of tlii
celebrated tobacco and read
the coupon which gives a
lint of valuable present and
bow to get them. -
HE HEARS FROM PE4.RL BRYAN.
Gov. Bradley Receiving Some Interesting
and Threatening Letter.
Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 1. Governor
Bradley has received the following let
ter from Jacksonville, Fla., dated Jan.
"Governor Bradley, Frankfort, Ky.
Sir: It would be unjust to hang Scott
Jackson and Walling on my account, for
I am alive and well and my parents
will never be able to find me. Respect
fully, . PEARL BRYAN."
"P. S. I leave here this p. m."
The governor has received numerous
letters threatening him with dire pun
ishment If he does not pardon or com
mute the sentences of Jackson and
Walling. Others gay he will meet with
a terrible fate should he show mercy.
Klopment of a King's Daughter.
London, Feb. 1. A dispatch to The
Dally News from Brussels saVs that de
spite denials there is reason to believe
that the report that the king's eldest
daughtetr, the wife of Prince Phillip of
Saxe-Coburg, has eloped with an Aus
trian officer Is true.
Ksnuu City Gamblers Indicted.
Kansas City, Feb. 1. The grand Jury,
which a week ago returned Indictments
against fifty-seven gamblers, returned
an additional seventy-six indictments
Saturday. This la the sequel of a "Lex
ow" investigation that has been going
Student at Athena Capitulate.
Athens, Feb. 1. The students, num
bering about 800, who were besieged by
the troops In the university, have capit
uated. The supply of water was cut
Wabash Working Honrs It ed need. :
Springfield,IU.,Feb.l. A notice has been
posted in the Wabash shops that com
mencing today the working hours will'
be reduced from eight to five hours and
the working days per week from six
to five days. The cut affects 350 men.
Trevelyan Quits Parliament.
London, Feb. 1. Right Hon. Sir G. O.
Trevelyan (Radical), secretary for Scot
land in the cabinet of Lord Roseberry.
has resigned his seat in parliament on
account of ill health.
The Songs of the Kavajoes.
With tho phonograph we may note
down what is exactly tho musical se
quence in original songs. In "The Land
of Sunshine" is an article entitled
"Songs of tbe Navajoes," and there are
notes of tbe music, as recorded on the
phonographic cylinders, accurately scor
ed. Mr. John Comfort Fillmore writes
From the standpoint of the scientific
student of folk song, all these Navajo
songs which 1 havo had the opportunity
to study are extremely interesting. This
interest, too, is of several different
kinds. The Navajoes, like all other mak
ers of folk music, use their songs as a
medium or poetic and emotional exnres
sion, nnd it is very interesting to note
me quality or melody they employ for
this purpose. One may note tbe range
uuu Kinu 01 intervals, the kind of rhythm
and meter and tbe onalitv nf rnn
which these people find omronriat tn
lw. - : m . . . -
r(jnnsKju vi certain ideas ana feel
mgs in song. A comparison of the Na
vajo songs in these particulars with the
corresponding songs of other tribes and
races would bo a most interesting eth.
nological study, especially as the inner
most Jife of oil our aboriginal tribes is
embodied in their music. So far as I
know, all their prayers and expressions
of religious feeling find outlet in song.
So do all the deeper social emotions,
and the historical records of tbe tribes.
tbe traditions of noble deeds, the memo
ries of good and bad fortunes received
at the hands of the gods, all are record
ed and handed down in the songs of
we various societies.
The LNtl Mara,
Bay- llmothy. at.SOOfT; wild. 40V
BuU Fair to eboaca. Met frank ersasaen.
Krs Fresh. 163.
Dock 7c, ' "
Coal ofu We.
otU Batchers sav for corn red stasis ! v-
4e; cows M bU , WKatMMe; calvsa,
(4 SiC. .... .
Hot-YO)a. i .
Whew Baby was stdwhaTCasl uila.
Whsa aW was a Cbld.h erisd for Oaatorkv.
Wnea aha had Caildrea,aba
Children Cry for
Children Cry for
Pltoher'a Csstoria 7 -
RUNS INTO A ROCK
Another of Uncle Sam's Warships
Meets a Mishap. .
HOLE 15 TEC CBUISEE BE00KLY.
Walla Changing Her Berth to Get Frotee-
tloa frosw the lea She Bans ow a aVedge,
Xach to tho Disgust of Her Captain aad
Crew Interior .Compartments Prevent
Her from Sinking Pilots la Charge at
the Time of tho Disaster.
Philadelphia, Feb. L The United
States cruiser Brooklyn, the latest pride
of a peerless navy, calculated to with
stand the fiercest onslaught of shot and
shell, lies almost utterly helpless be
cause of a narrow ledge of sunken rock
In the Delaware river above Marcus
Hook, Pa., on which she struck heavily
Saturday afternoon. Her lower double
compartments forward were completely
stove in, and she would have sunk, of
course, if her inner compartments had
not successfully withstood the shock.
As It was she was pulled clear of the
rocks and la now tied to the big stone
Ice breakers at Marcus Hook, protected
from the heavy ice gorges in mid-river.
The big vessel Is seriously damaged,
and it is impossible to say when she
will .be able to go into active service.
At present she Is In no danger of fur
ther damage, being fully protected in
the safe anchorage afforded by the Ice
breakers. How the accident occurred
can only be established by a court of
inquiry, and this Captain Cook has al
ready asked for.
Bad Lock for Officers nnd Crew.
The exact place where the vessel
struck was on Schooner Ledge Rock,
between Chester and Marcus Hook, at
about 1:45 o'clock. What makes the
accident even more deplorable is the
fact that this was the first time the
THK CBCTSER BROOKLYN.
ship has been handled by the present
officers and crew since going into com
mission in the early part of December.
Since then she had been lying at Lague
Island navy yard, and certain small
repairs had delayed her sailing. By the
early part of last month, however,
all arrangements had been completed
for her going to sea, when the cold
snap set in and was followed by the
piling up of ice irf the river, and par
ticularly at the bend In the river, im
mediately below the navy yard, known
as the Horse Shoe. The city Ice boat
managed to keep the channel clear of
ice, but on the sides It plied up from
two to six feet.
Cruiser Imperilled by the lee.
The Brooklyn, lying at League isl
and with her prow facing seaward, was
hemmed in tight and fast by the freez
ing weather, and it was deemed ad
visable to postpone sailing until there
was a clearer sea. This did not come;
the cold weather continued and the ice
began piling until it was believed that
the position of the big boat was perilous.
The ice was surging around and about
her and her officers felt that she must
be moved or the heavy floes would force
her ashore. So it was decided to take
her to Cramps, where a safe berth had
been provided for her. - One of the city
Ice boats was brought into requisition
and broke the ice around the ship, while
four big tugs etood by ready to lend a
hand to tow her to her destination. At
the last moment it was seen that to go
through the ice in the Horse Shoe was
fraught with great difficulty, and per
DECIDED TO GO IT ALONE.
And Her Pilots Give Her a Bock-Ramming
Then it was that Captain Cook asked
the pilots Captains Walls and Bennett
two of the most careful and experi
enced men on the river, it the ship could
be taken down the river. They replied
In the affirmative, and said that safe an
chorage could be obtained at Marcus
Hook. The Brooklyn, under her own
steam, got under way and kept straight
on down the river, the ice-boat break
ing a way for her and two tugs follow
ing in her wake. Both pilots were on
the .cruiser, and she made her way eas
ily enough through the masses of float
ing ice and following the ranges closely.
She had reached opposite and close to
the Schooner's ledge when the pilots
sent her slightly to the starboard, where
they considered it better water. Almost
instantly the vessel struck the rocks
with a Jar that shook her from stem to
For a moment all was confusion, but
for a moment only; the next her officers
and men were at work and she was
quickly backed off. The quick settling
of her prow showed that damage had
resulted, and an investigation showed
that her inner compartments were but
slightly, if at all, damaged, and that the
bulk of the injury had been done to the
outer compartments, directly under the
engine and fire rooms. At first many
on board feared that the splendid ship
would sink, but this fear was soon dis
pelled. The city ice boat and the tugs
lent a hand and towed her to Marcus
Hook, where she was made fast to ttie
Here she lay yesterday when an Asv
sociated Press representative boarded
her. Her bow had settled over a font in
the river, but otherwise nothing seemed
cut of the ordinary order of things. On
board, however, a general feeling of
gloom pervaded the officers and men.
and although none could be prevailed
upon to talk about the matter It was
evident that they felt deeply the acci
dent to their ship. Captain Cook was
seen, but politely and firmly declined
to discuss the situation. He contented
himself by saying that he had notified
the navy department and had asked for
court of inquiry.
The Brooklyn is the latest and most
modern pattern of an armored cruiser
in tne navy, and was launched at
Cramp's shipyards on Oct. 2. She Is the
I onlv weanelln Vi HaH. .
" ' . S I.UU1'
plete electrical apparatus for shoving
ner turrets. Her coat, exclusive of arm -
ament, was t2.8M.000. Her battery con-
Basra ox ejujnt s-mch
rifle; twelve' 5-lnch rapid fire" rlflew;
twelve 6-pounder rapid fire guns; four
1-pounder rapid fire guns and afour ma
" WANTED TO BUTCHER IN PEACE.
the Kinr of Benin Braved the
British IJon's Wrath,
London, Feb. . 1. A dispatch from
Brass, West Africa, says It has been
learned there that the origin of the re
cent massacre by the king of Benin of
the British expedition under Consul
General J. R. Phillipsisfoundinthe fact
that the king was performing a ceremo
ny involving the annual butchery of
elaves, and that be did not want any
white men present at the time. On this
account Consul General Phillips and the
officers aeompanying him were slaugh
tered without mercy.- This annual kill
ing of the slaves is a custom which has
prevailed for many years in Benin city.
The king of Benin calls It "Making his
FALLING TREE KILLS THREE MEN,
Fatally Wouuds Two Others and Seriously
Jackson, O., Feb. 1. In Pike county,
southwest from here, a gang of ten
men on the farm of William Thomas
were felling trees for railway ties In
forest remote form houses. They had a
shanty in which they slept and pre
pared their meals. While at the noon
repast a tree left nearly chopped
through fell on the shanty. Thomas
Lohr, Evan Davis and William Bruce
were killed and David Marsh and Frank
Slade fatally injured. The other five men
were more or less seriously injured.
That Alleged Cahaba Fiend Set Free.
Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 1. The trial
of Samuel Pataka, the Hungarian min
r arrested at Katonton, Ga., two weeks
ago on the charge of having wrecked
a Birmingham mineral train at Cahaba
river bridge Dec 27, whereby twenty-
seven lives were lost, and who is alleged
by his captor to have made a con
fession, resulted in Pataka's discharge.
None of the witnesses were able to con
nect Pataka with the wreck.
Kew White House Doorkeeper.
Cincinnati, Feb. 1. The Enquirer's
special from Youngstown. C. says
James T. Cheney, a colored politician
of this ctty, will be doorkeeper of the
White House under President McKin
ley. Cheney and the president-elect
served in the same regiment during the
war, and the major one day Jokingly
promised him a position when he be
came president. Major McKinley is
now keeping hlB promise.
Prominent Chlcngoan Dead.
Chicago, Feb. 1. James W. Oakley, of
the Walter Oakley company, tanners,
died last evening at his home In this city of
paralysis, aged 64 years. He had been
an invalid for years. He was prominent
In business circles.
Cant Be Very Kear Hades,
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 1. Saturday night
and yesterday morning snow fell over
north, east and west Texas varying In
Bepth from three to twelve inches.
Barry-Kelly Fight a Draw.
New York, Feb. 1. The Barry-Kelly
fight Saturday night was declared
draw In the twentieth round.
Births are so few in France that the
government is considering measures to
encourage larger families.
In spite of official denials it is becom
ing generally known that the condition
of the czar's health is critical and that
a regency is probable.
The Standard Eagle Box and Lumber
company, St. Louis, has failed. Lia
bilities, S100.000; will probably pay credi
tors in full.
The United States grand jury at Bait!,
more has indicted General Rotoff, secre
tary of war of the Cuban republic for
violating the United States neutrality
Secretary of State Rose, of Illinois,
has appointed Miss Adeline Murdock,
of Vienna. Johnson county, second as
sistant in the Index department.
In compliance with orders for re
trenchment twenty-nine persons were
dismissed from the staff of the survey
or of the port of New York. Their ag
gregate salaries amounted to $50,000
Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher is reported
slowly failing at the residence of Rev.
Samuel Scoville, Stamford, Conn.
At the factory of the Walllngford,
Conn., Wheel and Cycle Bar company
notice has been given of a cut in wages
varying from 10 to 20 per cent.
The ten-mile national championship
skating race at Stamford, Conn., was
won by E. A. Thomas, of Newburgh, N.
Y., beating Reynolds, of Chicago.
The first get of the famous race
horse Domino is a bay filly. Just foaled.
out of Citronella, sister of Bassetlaw.
It is announced at Madrid that the
Cuban reforms will be signed by the
queen at a cabinet council to be held
on " Thursday and that they will be
gazetted on Friday.
The Dime Savings bank, 104-106
Washington street, Chicago, has been
placed in the hands of a receiver. . It is
claimed that depositors will be paid in
Chicago in six days raised S7,943 for
the relief of her destitute.
Clumsy Forgerjr'on McKinley.
Cleveland, Feb. 1. A special from
Canton says the letter purporting to
have been written by President-Elect
McKinley advising that the inaugural
ball be abandoned and the funds set
apart for that purpose devoted to char
itv. is a clumsy forgery. The letter is
believed to bare been concocted in
Washington. No fund is raised for the
inaugural ball, the expenses of that
function being met .from the proceeds
of the sale of tickets.
How Are Your Kidneys?
u Mill WMW.
Ptood ny sini n
mM aadaU aahay
v V " - - - Br Darifrine the blood
Sr. HUbbs Spanna Kidney
Diabetes: Dropsy. Eraama, .asia. rata li
laMSarna .wear wawaM.w f
of tho Kidaaya. nmnaH aaa
A tham. He. a box. ToatiBHaial Iron taoa-
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oaas amsv m rwiro sa us rvAScswu.
MB rorjK r Da. Bobbs U
niiiseBienMilli.as Sunt arise.
1 1. Boobs Pills For Sale in BOCK ISLAND by
I X. H. TUOaiAfi, Ursggut, ear. Zd ate. 171 b
rW I make
1897" rEBRTTAKY. 1897
Su. Mo. Tu. We. Tb. Fr. Sa.
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DEATH OF PRESIDENT ROBERTS.
Head of tbe Pennsylvania Railway
. pany Gaes to the Majority.
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. George B. Rob
erts, president of the Pennsylvania
company, died at 4:30 Saturday after
noon at his home in Bala, a suburb of
this city, from heart failure superia-
GEORGE B. ROBERTS.
Auced by acute indigestion, aged 63.
Roberts was first taken ill in August
last, but there had been periods since
that time during 'which he was able to
be about the house. He was forced to
take to his be about two months ago
with catarrh of the stomach, and grew
steadily worse until the time of his
death. During the past two weeks his
condition had become practically hope
George B. Roberts' ancestors came to
this country from Wales In 1683, buy
ing the property at Bala, Montgomery
county, which has since been the Rob
erts homestead. Roberts was born
June 15. 1833. In 1851 he entered the
service of the Pennsylvania Railroad
company as rodman In the engineering
corps. In 1S59 he was promoted to the
position of fourth vice president. When
Colonel Thomas Ai Scott succeeded
Thompson as president of the company
in 1874 Roberts was advanced to the
post of first vice president. On Feb. 9,
1875, Roberts was elected secretary and
treasurer of the West Jersey railroad.
a position he held for nine years, and
in 1876 he became president. When
President Scott died in May, 18S0, Mr.
Roberts was chosen to succeed him.
and has been re-elected annually ever
PROGRAMME OF THE POPULISTS
As Laid Down by jr. A. Edgertoa, the Na
St. Louis, Feb. 1. National Populist
Secretary J. A. Edgerton, of Lincoln,
Neb., has written a call for a national
conference of Populists at Kansas City,
Mo., Feb. 23. 1897, and forwarded It to
Chairman Marlon Butler urging him
to issue the same. Chairman A. Roselle,
of the Missouri state Populist party
committee, has been informed of the
proposed conference and he is heartily
in favor of it. Referring to the letter
written by National Committeeman
Washburn in favor of dropping the sil
ver fight and uniting on paper money.
etc.. it seems that Edgerton received
such a letter from Washburn, and re
plied at length, utterly dissenting from
the proposal to drop the silver fight
and urging that Washburn's platform
was too narrow and selfish for Popu
He says: "You ask me then "what Is
to be the distinctive mission of the
People's party? This: To push the
fight, as in the past, on all its principles.
only with more vigor than ever be
fore, for free silver; for a supplemental
issue of paper money direct by the gov
ernment: for the government ownership
of railroads and telegraphs: for direct
legislation. Let the work of education
proceed on all these, abandoning nothing,
changing no issue, but standing firmly
upon the platform made at Omaha and
renewed at St. Louis. I would
carry on the work of education for: 1
The free and unlimited coinage of sil
ver at 1 to 1. 2. Supplemental Issue
of paper money direct by the govern
ment. 3. Government ownership of
railroads and telegraph.
SUED IN HIS OWN COURT.
Michigan Judge Made the Deteaamnt I
Lansing, Mich Feb. L Rollln H.
Person, circuit Judge, has been sued In
his own court, together with Colonel
Frederick Schneider, for $10,000. Colonel
Schneider rented a store building to
George M. Dayton, dealer In wholesale
millinery, more than a year ago. Judge
Person gave him a lien on the stock for
unpaid rent, and for a year or more
during the pendency of legal proceed
ings the store remained closed. Recent
ly Dayton made a flank movement and
removed the stock by night, but an or
der I rem Jadge Person compelled him
to return it.
After tendering the amount of rent he
claimed to be due, and having it re
fused, he replevlned the stock, and was
proceeding with the inventory when
peremptory injunction issued by Judga
Person .ordered all proceedings by vlr-
tue of the replevin to stop. For this
reason Dayton- has Instituted his suit
for damages, his bill alleging that the
orders Issued by Judge Person were In-
valid, and charging collusion and op-
A Pertinent Query.
. Deacon Johnson Do yo link yo
kood support man daughter ef yo' mar
Jim Jackson Suttingiy.
Deacon Johnson Hab yo sbber seen
Jim Jackson Suttinglv.
Deacon John sod Hab jro ebbar seen
her tat when noLody waa watchla Jhsr?
ABSOLUTELY GDASXITErn) J?-!""
, , . ... uaunfl 1 UU1S ttrm sever
Es-su of James W. Diet, Deceased.
The andersigned having been tpootate: admlB
tstrator of tho estate of Jamt W. Dyer, lata of
tne county of Rock Island, stale of I'llnol. de
ceased, hereby elves notice that he will appeal
before the county court of Bock Island coun
ty, at the cfllce of the clerk of said court. In
thecityofBw klslsnd, at the Karrh term, on
the Anrt Monday in Marco, next, at which time
all persons having claims seainat said es
tate are notified and requested to attrnu lor tb
purpose oi navicg we same adjusted.
a 11 persons tnauhted to said estate are request
ed to. make tfnmedl&h. tiAwnMt . k.
Dated this 28th day of Teceaiber. A. D. Ins.
' w.TBUaan. Administrator.
state of fleoiav H. Ke It. decease .
Tbe nnderrismed bavins been atitititMl ail.
I ministrauix of the estate of Ueorgt H. Kelly,
Iv.v v, w. wiuuij or ttorK ielano. stabs of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that aht
will Senear before the ennntv ennrt nf Hnek lmno'
I oountv, at the office of the clerk of said court, ia
I tne city oi Koc island, at the Mirt h vrra on
the erst Monday in arcb next, at which time
all persons bavins: claims aea:nst said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of bavins the same ad lusted.
All 1 persons Indebted to said estate are iHiaa.
ed to make lamediate payment to tb ander-
Dated tills ltth day of Jar-nary. A. l Iftfff.
A us KIU.T, Admlcutrauix.
Estate of Naac Fambrrxer. deceased.
Tn unuerelarued banns been amiolnied admhi-
isTrauix or u esuue of Isaac uaabirKrr.
late of the ennntv of Hnek Island.
state of minois, deovsaed, hereby gtva notice
that she will appear before the eoanty court
of Hock Island connty. at tbe otrlc of the clerk
or sam enun, in me city or tines l si an a, at me
April term, on the first Monday in April
next, at which time all neraons bavins claims
against said estate are notified and requested to
anei.u, i or ute purpose oi navies; cue same i
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make imxiediate payment to Ute mn-
iMtMi mi awn oav or Jn. a. o., ir.7.
Bbrih RiSRtRCEa. Administrairix
Jaussos hunsT, Attcrnejs for acmx.
8TATB OP ILLINOIS, l
KOCB laLaJTD VOOSTT. I
In ths circuit court in cbatotrr. fun closure.
g' nerw no. .!
Mun'tleld It. Sturgeon VS. Patrick Gregg Bog
Notice Is hereby riven ihit by virtue of a de
cree oi aiu court, entered in tne anove entitled
eaase, on the 18th day of Jtnuaiy. A.U. 1K7,
1 sntu. on nainraay, me ism day ci alaren.
A. u 1TO7, si tne couror I o clock in m-i arter-
nooo. st the front door of the court house. In the
C ly of Rock island, in said county of Kork Island,
to sans'y eaia necree. sen at pon:ic vedu- to
the highest and be-t bidder for cash in hai d. those
certaii. farcers f Jand, situate in the county of
Fo Is laud and .late of Illinois, knuwn and dc-
fCMUea so follows. i--wit:
Tb- nrdiy dt-d one-nr.h nart of ors one 111 sal
two (x lo b ock i ig'iteen (ls aid the undivided
one-fifth pot of tbe f utb o e bund -rd and ibiny
(181) feel cf lot ten 1U in b'ock number Ihir
teen OV, all in -rx ncer Jr. Case's a dition lof-e
city or Buck I. land.
Dated at Bock Island. I linols. this 1st dsv of
Feb uiry. A D.. lbtT. Elwim E. Pabusstik.
nailer in mancery. KocK Island ooui ty, ill.
C. B. Mamn.LL, ComDlainant's Solicitor.
Hooft di Dctjons,
Rroeriting among other tlme
Iried and well known Fire Insur
ance Oom pariles the foUowinc:
Bocbester Onnaaa Ins Co Bocbeeter, H t
Westchester Fin ........... ..Hew Tort
Buffalo (German Buffalo. M 1
Spring Ca-doa ... ...Pstladeluhll
German sirs M Peoria, II
Mew Uampshirs Manchester. B H
Offloe m it Wnlitfiwitfi
J M. DUFORD.
The old Fir sad TlaM-triad
a krw as any reliable
Boat pill rang snHcHed.
afy the TfTlfrSt f lltnl fit dfll
VnC ",W8, ,aUU U1 w
crl CV'l" inr3r:J aTTDlC
rVrfs-CT i aVILMMCY VUlvE
L . JTI CmL
Vt ITlOney refunded. -WO"
tftllaS remedies TCCOfCtllZGQ
by all eminent physictana
as the best for Kidney ci
Bold by M. F
aa t. T laeBjBw-
and a velvety softs set of the skis atwwa-
Wy attaiaeoT by tboss who nes Paaawi a I
Oeapession Pewder. 1
- rssrar. sr. the Meal Lxs-X
m or srtpe. bat eaese easy nalarsl ma Ha. tiai i
rUa TRAYKlJvlid' UUIiM.
fSI0AQO, KOCK UXAaTD raOINC
HaUway TleasU can be aenanssd s bo
rffebeed st B I at f Twwutiou etrsM aanot
0 C HISF deport corner Fifth wean sxtt
lairoarn sirewrrenx n. niliSBsei, kg
tleovsr Limited A omaaa
ft. Worth. Dan vet tLO.
Jmaha at Des Moines
tUssaha at SMnnsauoUa.....
Omaha A Pes Moines Kz. .
Jmaha Minneapolxt Bs.
D) sever, Lincoln A Omaha..
St. Paul at Mmneapolis....
D tutor. Ft. Worth LO.
M .-XOsm t SrSlsai
(hoca laiana h acMLs-toa.
t eicaro m ires mowea
ock Wiaic AErooklvn Ae-.
Muscatine via Wilton
Arrival. Der-krtnr. tDmlty,
ill mlMrt dally siDbone lObi.
Smday eventae a PnLtman slnsnae ann ho oi
go at i:M a. as. Monday.
TJr.LIKOTOS BOTJTB O.
B. Q. BAtle-
ay Depot First
rtreet, K. 1. Yotma, agawt.
TOAIMB. I T.U4VW. Ui
. L, 8prinr3eld, Peoria. I 1
Bnr. ti-.in via Monmouth iJBOsm'e tBist
Mfli UUa, VUUtOU St
Peoria, Beardstown. Bnr-
liritoo West .......
St. Paul ft wlnnesTJOils
lerurg, Clinton Dubuaue
t T to am 1 1 pa
MB pat t aui pat
ta pat tMmm
4L L , Kansas City, Denver
Pat, Coast via OeanWrg
ra'Or. tDally eaospt Sunday.
Chicago, hilwackbb ty. tavi
Hallwmy Raetn nislksiatwa nil as as
Dspot Twentieth street, botwoea
sssaasa. b. u. Urssr. ssant.
TRAITH. Liavs xxryi
s'l Brnwass tsMta 140 sob
t. Paal Srjro.. .o pom usOaS
Pretght and ArrojimndstB. g-pg , tbaai
Daily ezzwpt Bnaday.
Docs Islamd m Pbotua Rail w at
Depot First & am1 owonatatb sliest
Rlcctbonie, Cea'l. Tk't Agent- B. L, Sot,
TBATMB. Lnav Aanrvu
fastern Bx. -The Tttlby"... 4:40am WMom
Pooria a bt Louis Mail Mm. :(. IM
tx yross . .... iHBpa title mm
ProaAcerrm. Freight T:10 pm am
Cable and hr srd Accoat.. 4:00 am -so ssa
Cable Aecommodatloa 4:40 am IjBm
C.ble and bnerrard Accom.. IMpa la am
Passenger trains Isave O.B.Ltf. (Molrn
nue) depot tve (S) mlnutea earlier then elate
"ii iraiuemafaea aaue, au etaar
ally azcapt Sunday.
gCBUMOTOa, CBDAB HAPIOB
Ueet, Davenport. Jsa sxortsa. aen ThtA
West Liberty Train
a Dally kuauv aanens aiuaw.
JOolns souta and saws. Me. IS
Osaat Hspiosasm West Unorty.
To do East via the
Re I. A P.
Tstam lUt pat
(aa It pa
4 Mpm l8sa
loapm 1 11 sa
li IB am tSSaa
IHpa I bt sa
Set aa Utfaa
Perry Street depot
Lv Kock Island
ORI A P Depot
Lv Kock Island
TweaUetk St Depot
Ar CtncirmaU. ,
Ar JsrJr.otjv1U.M. .
Ar r-srrlniruelu. ....
Ar bt Louis....
y on pm
10 M am
It Hat toon
Ar Terr Haul
. I get am
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of PaorlB earrj tauvBsk
coaches aad slawpUjr ears e alfll
xaias to priaolpb fHtlsss.
QwB. nekt Afimt.
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m mn4 m 'IVrts vf k1
Wasjr ttaT 43
Trora mm'tm ,OK.
f BT 1
pbc safi tnl iMliBenftMa,
re Luot Vlloiltv.
power and lUHat Mvawy. Wardo 47 taaooSby
and eonsomptlaw. Cnrss wbowaUetbertfalL laosat
oa bavins t ITAI.IH. swothe-. Coatmeawrknlka
tne yoat poeb-l. By saailBljaapay paranamaax
or BSXNs on tb a goeranto bs Cww enr aosgeam
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