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THE AEGtJS. MONDAY, JULY 1, 1899.
Published Daily and Weekly at I8M Heoocd
Avenue. Bock Island. I1L Entered M
Poateffiee am Second-class) miu.l
tW TH1 MJU OV W. FOTTBB
r TERMS Daily, 10 eenta per week. Weekly,
00 per annum; la advance tl.SO.
AS communications of political or arfTimen-
tatlva character. poUtleal or reuxloae, m
bare real name attacked for publication. No
ask article will be printed over fletttiooa str
Correspondence solicited from every town-
hip la Boek Island county.
MOXDAT. JcLT 10.
THE kissincr buo-. it ia finite nrobable
n j I
is one of the products of the tour of
iioDson mrougn ine country.
Chicaoo has revived the small park
system. Kock Island is already well
advanced in that direction and the
joint twin-city plan of small parks
ana drives should be put upon its
A pastor at tort ayne, Intl., yes
terday attempted to play detective,
and masquerading, attended a ball
game for the purpose of getting the
names of those present, that they
might be prosecuted. The gentleman
of the cloth was detected and ejected
Irom the grounds.
Iiie .Burlington railroad is experi
menting with acetylene gas. Fix
tures for its use have been placed in
the dining car Lincoln, and the new
light will be given a thorough trial
It is claimed that it is brighter than
common gas and not so hard on the
eyes as electricity. Another innova
tion in Burlington dining cars is the
installation of electric fans to cool the
traveler while he eats, adding greatly
to me comiort of a summer trip.
The Union is much put out. None
of the mayor's appointees accepted
its advice and plunged into court in
litigation with the cit v lefore the recent
term of court adjourned. The morn
ing paper muses on "the short cut
to victory," "the covering of the ene
my with confusion." etc., that have
been denied the mavoral favorites
thrbugh the disregarding of its sug
gestions, and warns them that sooner
or later they will see what they are
missing and come around to its way of
thinning, it is probable, however.
that even the republicans have learned
before this not to be too much taken
with the Union's ideas of "9hort cuts
to victory," of "covering the enemy
with confusion" and all that sort of
thing. Hut all men are not moved by
the visions peculiar to the Union.
Republican Thought of Alger.
It is said that the president expects
Secretary Alger to retire, but will not
ask for bis resignation. It looks
however, as if Alger would not take
a bint unless the national capitol or
the tt ashington monument falls on
him. Minneapolis Tribune.
Would it not fce a good idea for
some one in Washington to invite him
to take a walk past the monument
some nice afternoon, and perhaps
that pile of masonry might take a no
tion to fall on him. I he experiment
is worth trying. l'uoria Journal.
I'artlea and the Trust.
Mr. Hanua speaks with considera
ble freedom about democratic affairs
and shows that he fears the anti-trust
agitation, for he insists that it cannot
be made a political issue; that the re
publican party is just as much op
posed to the amassing ot wealth in a
manner to injure -the public as the
d nocratic party.
To any citizen familiar with the
record of the republican party as the
creator and protector of trusts and
monopolies, this statement will an
swer itself. It is in order to say to
democrats that an issue on which all
democrats are united, an issue of
which the astute chairman of the re
publican national committee is so
evidently afraid, is a good issue foi
the democratic party to emphasize at
Marry Frank St. Clair, of Butte,
Mont.. Is under 92.000 bonds at Roches
ter, N. T.. to answer to a charge of
bigamy. An attorney declares that St.
Clair has five wives living.
1 (onvalescing I
g it more or less a very slow process, s
E according to the severity of the E
5 sickness. Vitality, when at a low 5
B ebb, works at a great disadvantage, s
g and more time is required to regain 5
tz the lost strength and power. EE
I Paftst 1
i Alait Extract i
I IfoBcsYIbiuc i
produces marvelous results in such a
cases. The richness of the malt EE
gives life to the blood and the hop EE
principle gives tone to EE
the stomachcreating EE
both a desire for food EE
and the ability to di- EE
At all drag stores. B
CHERRIES ARE RIPE AGAIN.
Sisters Want an Engagement at
the Watch Tower.
The world-famous Cherry sisters
are angling for another engagement at
Black Hawk's tower this summer, and
as an inducement they represent that
they have a band and orchestra that.
if possible, is even better and - more
beautiful and recherche than the
sisters themselves. Manager Lardner
has the matter under advisement. He
does not fairly know whether to give
the people sa much for their money or
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island county. (
Public notice Is hereby (riven, that the fol
ios ine is a lull and complete list of tbe stock
holders in tbe Rock Inland Sav.nars Bunk, in tbe
town of Kock Island, county or Rock Inland
and sta'e of Illinois, for tbe Tear A. IX 1X9&. as
taken from tbe assessment books of said year:
Connelly. H. C
Dsn. Mary J
French. Agnes...... .
liuyer, A. H
Uabagen. W. 3
Hull. H. P
Hamilton, i liza
Hurst. E W
Judtfe, W. H
Murphy. Mary t,
Naetibus, Lizzie .
(J Con' or. Michael
Kotb. Ueorge F
Stein. A. C
S perry. A. D
Scott. W. H
Sweeney. E. D...
Wads worth. Mary H
V. bite, I. S
Webber. V. J., et al
liuferd. J. M
Beecber. J. D
Cable, K. K
Cable. BeB T
Cable. H ram s
Christy. J. H
Carter. K. C.,. trustee
Carter. C. C
Kimball. A. ti
Lum), Augusta E.
Mitchell. P. L
Mitchell. Phil ,
Murphy. T. A
Miller. K. T
Miner. Ada I. , Kuardlan. ...
Mister, Ada I.
PLEASANT F. COX.
Supervisor of Assessments.
State of Illinois. I
Rock Island County. ( ss
I'ubUc notice is hereby given, that the fol
lowinK is a full and complete list of ibe stock
holders in the People s National Bank, In tbe
town of Kock Island, county of Hock Island,
and state of Illinois, for tbe year A. It. lsva. u
taken from tbe assessment books of said year:
Hurirower. Henry 3f0
Dinrilnger, Mrs. Catharine KV
DennmDQ. r . t. a 3.iku
Denkraann. F. C an
Fries, Mrs. Tbiesa l.)
Fiies. Peter.. 4Sii
French Harriet SO
!ansert, J.G IsO
(iHllups. Mrs. Lucy E... l..V)
;oltsman. Peter 7i0
Hass. Fred .5m
t-rotjsn. titto l.V)
Mass. j . II ino
HeUpenstell. C 210
Hs'ni, Lothr 41
Hill. A. r '0
Huber.1 1 6T0
Heaify. Mrs. H. M
Johnston. J. K
Juntre J. 1 .... .
Keator. Mrs. CM
Lynch. Mr. El en
Mulack, Mrs. Julius
Mi-Ouaid. Sai.es. Jr
Olsen. Mrs. Christian
Petersen. Mrs. W
Kobinson U. 'I
Schmid. Mrs. C
Simmon CI. 11
Schoeidcr. Joseph F
Ste k. Peter Est
Hiocdard. Ixiuella V
hill boll. Mn Louisa .'
Taylor. . B
Tender. C. Est
Weverhauser. J. P
Zciglcr, J. Ebt
Supervisor of As-iessmenta.
State or Illinois. t
County of Kock Island, i ss-
Iubllc notice is hereby eien that tbe folio w-
1m; ls a full and complete list of tbe stockbold
ibS ers in Rock Island National Hank, in the
t jwnjf Kock Island. counly of Rock Island, and
state or Illinois. lor tne yea' a u. isvm. a
taken from tbe assessment books of said year
Hut rail. Ann C . ...
Ienkmann. F. C. A.
Iart. C. J
Hanson H. 8
t ries. Therisa.
Montgomery, Mrs. J
McCabe. L. S
Kobmson. T. J
Sweney. E. D.
Welch. Mrs. W. O...
Weyernauser. i'rcl 1.0
lison. J. H 3i
Walker. C. L. 3ik
PLEASANT F. COX.
Saprryisor of Assessments.
Uav l'p All Bop.
Louis Prickett, 509 Bryan avenue.
Danville, III., writes: I bad suffered
several vears with asthma, and after
trying a great many remedies I had
given np all hope. 1 was advised to
try Foley's Honey and Tar. It im
mediately stops the coughing spells
and I get my breath more freely. It
is the only medicine that ever gave
We have sold many different cough
remedies, but none has given better
satisfaction than Chamberlain's."
says Charles Holzhauer, druggist,
Newark, N. J. "It is perfectly safe
and can be relied upon in all rases of
coughs, colds or hoarseness." Sold by
Subscribe for Thi Abucs.
GOOD RACES ABANDONED.
Action of Dayraport Mile Track Assoc la
Papers throughout the west are
deprecation the abandonment of the
li9 harness meet at tbe Davenport
Mile Track. Jt was there, it is held.
that the prospects were for the best
racing of the week, for the track is
normally lightning fast, and congre
gated at it more extremely fast horses
than have been got together else,
where so far this season. The open
ing was set for' Mondayrbut that day
was one of heavy showers that made
racing Impossible. otm it was hoped
that things would be more favorable
for Tuesday, with its brilliant pro
gram and expected holiday crowd.
Bnt Tuesday tuornin? there was an
other deluge, and the association.
with the prospect of financial loss and
a chance of continued bad weather,
weakened and took the extreme step
of declaring off the entire meeting of
nve days. Une of. tbe most unioriu
nate features in connection with the
affair was tbe loss to the public of
the 2:08 trot, with its magniiicent
field, including John Nolan (2:08),
Klamoth (2:07'.), Kentucky Union
2:071 i and Monterey 2:091 ). Pools
were sold on this race Monday even
intr. with Nolan favorite, but the
field going steadily, as boih Kentucky
Lmon and Monterey were in good
form and avowedly on the warpath
Had the race come off it would have
been a sensational one, and the pro
vokinir loss of it will deprive the
trotting history of '99 of a sparklin
Ready for the Volunteers.
Sergeant Armindinger, of the Rock
Island recruiting station, U. . army
received orders this afternoon to be
gin the enlistment of volunteers for ser
vice in the Philippines, the period of ser
vice being until June 30. 1901, or until
the close of tbe war, if concluded in the
meantime. The requirements are not
so rigid as they are as far as the regu
lar army is concerned, lhe stipula
tions as to American birth and educa
tion are not observed. The enlist
ments are for infantry onlv.
and all enlisted here will be
sent to Fort Sheridan recruiting
station. Those who have served in
the Spauish war and who enlist now
in the volunteer will stand a good
show of gettingthe non-commissioned
ollicers' positions. The enlistments
in Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan
will go into the 30th regiment, with
rendezvous at Fort Sheridan. The
indications are that a lieutenant and
surgeon will be assigned to duty iu
the Kock Island recruiting ollice to
assist the other ollices here.
To New York Awheel.
F. W. Means, Jr., started on a long
tour awheel early this morning, his
objective point being no less distant
than New York City. The distance
to be covered is "l,500 miles and
Means expects to reach his destination
in about two weeks' time, which will
average him 100 miles a day. He an
ticipated getting into Peoria, via Gales-
burg, early thia afternoon, which bv
waron road is a little over 100
miles. The route to be pursued east
contemplates as direct a line as can
be followed. The home trip contem
plates a more circuitous and leisurely
French and English Crnium,
French men of letters have not enough
of the audacious spirit of tbe English,
Bays Henry D. Sedgwick in The At
lantic. They troop to Puris, where they
have been accustomed to sit ou their
classical benches since Paris became the
center of Franca The romance of Villon
is the romanco of a Parisian thief. The
romance of Kousard is the romanco of
the Parisian salon. Montaigne lives on
bis seigniory whilo England is topsy
turvy with excitement of new knowl
edge and new feeling. Corneille has the
nobleness of a jenne fille. Yon can
measure them all by tbeir ability to
plant a colony. Wreck them on n desert
island, Villon will pick blackberries,
Konsard will skip stones, Montaigne
whittle, Corneille look like a gentle
man, and tbe empire of France will not
increase by a hand's breadth. Take a
bandfnl of Elizabethan poets, and Sid
ney wonld chop, Shakespeare would
cook, Jon son dig. Bacon snare, Marlowe
catch a wild ass, and in 24 hours they
wonld have a log fort, a score of savage
slaves, a windmill, a pinnace, and tiie
cross of St. George flying on the tallest
A Compensating; Condition.
"I deceived you abont one thing,
murmured the new wife to her bus
band. "I am older thftn I told yon."
"Don't mention it, my angel. I find
that yonr fortune is fully twice as large
as I had supposed." Detroit Free
llol of Meney Stolen.
CarrolltonO.. July 10. Two thou
sand, six hundred and eleven dollars
In an Iron box, shipped by theAmerican
Express for the J. H. Somers Coal com
pany, of Cleveland, to Sherrodsville,
to pay miners wages, was mysteriously
stolen from the Cleveland. Canton and
Southern railway station in which the
express company has its office, at 12:15
p. m.. Saturday, while the agent. A. S.
Johnston, was on a ten-minute errand.
There Is No Question About It.
No question indeed with those who
have used it, but that Foley's Kidney
Cure is absolutely reliable for all kid
ney and bladder diseases.
To cure piles, strike at the root
that's the way. De Witt's Witch Haz
el Salve strikes at the root it re
moves the cause quickly and perma
nently. Don't squander time and
money trying to remove the effects.
For sale by T. IL Thomas, A. J. Beiss
and M. F. Eahnsen, druggists.
Bears tia " aT5 Pgg3
iTwb Facts About
s 'jr-. n t jmm
It has set the standard of quality for all competitors for the last thirty years. The strong
est claim any competitor can make is that his coffee is "just as good as Arbucklesv
The best Coffee is Arbuckles'. The only Coffee to buy is Arbuckles. ; ii
The right thing is to insist on having Arbuckles'. .--
no. 72 ;
A School Bag.
14 Inches wide, 10 incnes deep,
m&de of handsome colored
netting. Kent post-paid on
receipt of ii cent p.staae
stamp and lO slsnatnrea
cut from wrappers of Arbuckles'
I No. 74. Noiseless Spring
j sixty Incnes long.
metsl case, well
: tinisned. It can
be carried in tbe
vest pocket, fent
recei.i of :2c. nestasre stamp and
lO ncoalorrsyrut from wrappers uf
Arsuclea' itoasted uocee.
Lady's Belt Buckle.
Silver plted artistic design. Sent
postpaid on receipt of 2 cent
postase llama and M sitf na
tures cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' Boasted Coflee.
No. 73. Scholars' Companion.
A most useful article for school children. Highly
and leer, con
tain in lead pen
cil, pen bolder,
rule and rubber.
paid ou re
ceipt or two
atamp and 1$
lruua wiuMicn of Arbuckles Routed Coffee.
No. 75. A Fifty Foot
ed linen tape
Srni no ait.
paid on receipt of i cent pnsniffe
Ntamp and IS sitnatfiref cut from
wrapjHrs of Arbuc:iea' K ousted CotTee.
No. 77. Telescope
This article is prevented from fall
ing apart ty its unique construction.
NiCkel-pJattfd aii 4 liiuiy fintshtxl.
ed n Ickel
an ord t
tend o d
holds an much as a rofTeecup. Sent
ptmt-prtid on receipt of rent
pciMtn.ee Btnmp nnil Hi ni na
ture cat frinu wrappers of Ar
buckles' I (ousted Co (Tee.
, No. 78
An Album of Illustrated
Fifty colored pietnrcs ot Animals
selected for their beauty and rarity.
Sent pont-psid on receipt of 4
cent postase Hani nnd lO sic.
natnrea cut from wrappers of
Arbuckles' H ousted Coflee.
No. 79. Pepper and Salt
Made or tJermsn Silver without
seam or Joint except whers li'ts
screw on and off. Sent post-paid
an receipt of 't cent postase
Mlnmp and I't sisnntures cut
trum wrappers of Arbuckles'
Will wetsh from
one ounce to ?u
ounds. Sent bp
prepaid by us, on
receipt of n cent
and ttOO aiaua.
lares cut from
w rsppers of Ar
C'oiti. When or
lpnnK nnme your
nfurvst Kx press
Utnce as well ss
your Post orlice.
A double strop,
one of leather uud
one of canvu4,
reeript of two
stamp and l'i
from wrappers ot
B f! iR Elastic wb fj.y
H fc Suspenders, ;
fvj fc-j fl"! durable. nat. , '';
H fw.'jj'f ? well mounted. . .
H Ct fi Sent post. ,
H " H r t S Pal'l on re-
ty f?H celptoftwo ;
w ! IN ccnt po,t"
Li f." nee Mamp Vy-y '
U b G ocd 1 sis- ; fi
H O 75 natures cut fl T
N No. 92
The First Kiss
R A beautiful
K jS. picture Ijx
Fjj 30 Inches 1 n
H jsws ElIC- Sent
ti "Sl. jiiS post-paid
K RsS.W on receipt
M wSlS?' "'amp nnd
U yJZfix r A IO ",tna-
3 1 1 pers of Ar-
J buckles' l.oa3ted Conee. j
H No. 97.
. all tefte
A Table Cover.
Lt.t-t kli ..Lt.1 L
Handsome cloth, varie
gated liittu.'d pattern with
fringe, 3- inrhts. Sent
noat-naid on receipt
of two cent poatmc
stnmp mid tiieiia-!
turcs cut trora wrapters of No.
Artiucklua' Itoouicd Coffee, j
ens Bock of the- following List wiU be sent post-paid on receipt
of a 2 cent postage stamp and 10 signatures cut from
the wrappers of Arbucklos' Roasted Coffee.
84 A ONE NIGHT MYSTERY, and two oiner great Detective
fcaoriws, i.y "Oluleuth."
C5 ADVENTURES OF A BASHFUL BACHELOR, by Clara
ArucsTA. A uiirtb provoltiug story.
C3 TEMPEST AND 8UNSHINE. A Novel. by Mrs. Mart J.
Iicluis. The most popular female writer of tiction of the ace.
C7 THE SUNNYSIDE COOK BOOK, by Mrs. Jen-nib
Harlan. Thia is one of the most comprehensive, common
sense Cook Book9 ever published.
C3 OLD SECRETS AND NEW DISCOVERIES. This book
takes tlio reader out of tlio beaten tracks of knowledge, and will
Le found both entertaining eud uselul.
C3 THREE THOUSAND THINGS WORTH KNOWING, by
It. Moor.E, author of "Moore's Universal Assistant." This book
la an encycloiieuia of highly useful information tu condensed form.
90 THE CITY OF DREADFUL NIGHT, and other stories
by Kl'iVAun Ku-limu.
The First Prayer.
pers of Arbuckles' Roasted CotTee, ,
Two Is Company.
by i'erc y
tton in 14
work v arr.
from wrappers of Arbuckles' itouitU
No. 94. A Basket of Beauties.
A magnificent picture of Roura by Paul ie
Ivonirpru. the great painK-r of tlwers. We
believe this to bo one of tbe haniisomest
flower pictures ever offered to the nirblie. It
is li;T2.r inches In size. Sent post-pnitl
ou receipt f 'i'cent postase stamp nnd
111 iimturen cut from wrappers of Ar
buckles' Kousted Cutlee.
Fach messurinK 9zI7
inches. The titles are
" A Vase of Lilies," nnd
Fresh and Sweet,"
These three pictures all
go together, nnd will be
sent post-paid nn re
ccipt ot 2 cent past,
ace stamp nnd 5 sis;,
natures cut from wrap
pers of Arbuckles'
No. 96. Noah's Ark.
A menagerie, consisting of 12 pairs of
Animals Klopbants, Camels, Deer, Horses,
Cattle, Donkeys, Hosts. Lions, Hears, Tigers,
Does and Cats. Kacu pair is coupled and
stands alone. They are lithographed in
many colors on heavy cardboard, cut out
and embossed. Every feuture of tuo Animals
is distinctly shown. Tho elephants are 7
inches high and 10 inches long, and the other
Animals nro proportionately Isrgo. Sent
poat-pnld on receipt oft cent pastaaro
stamp and 13 sisnatures cut from
wrappers of Arbuckles' Kossted Coflee,
Eighty-one Cold Eyed Needles.
Put np In a
occo case, as
and made by
the best Eng
pot t-p n i d
of 3 cent
pers of Ar
buckles' Roasted Coffee.
Hair Pin Cabinet
A metal box lithographed
in colors, containing One
Ilundreil lliiir Puis, as
sorted sizes and styles;
straight, crimpled nnd in
visible. Tho different
styles are in separate com
partmeiits. Sent post
puid on receipt of '-5
cent postase stamp
nnd O sianntnres cut
from wrappers of Ar
buckles' lioastcd Cottee.
A Pocket Mirror
Pet in neat leather
combination case, with
white metal frame-
Sent post-paid on
receipt of !i cent
postase stamp nndj
7 aisnnturea cut from
wrappers of Arbuckles
- rr.i 4
C on tains
tw en ty -tour
nickel - plsted
in K M i o i
wlien bel n s
secured or ro
receipt of it
tamp and H signatures cut from
wrapjiers of Arbuckles' Kossted Coffee.
This Is a picture of the Sig
nature on Arbuckles' Roasted
Codes Wrapper, which you are
to cut out and send to us as a
No other part ot the Coflee
Wrapper Kill be accepted as a
voucher, nor aill this Picture be
accepted as such.
Ua r UU1C fclON ATONES ABB PRINTED ON REP BACKCHOlSa.
This represents ono pnira of n, I.iHt which Is found in encb
pound package of Arbuckles' lEonsted Coll'ne, unci with etich
packuue iu which the I. hit Is found tho piirchiiscr luis houaht
a definite pnrt of soine-artlcl to Ije selecl-l by him or her
from the List, subject only to the condition Unit I ho iiiuniiiiiro
on the pnekago ls to be cutout nnd returned to Arlmcltlo I'.tw.
as a voucher, in accordance with tho directions prliiteil iu
connection wit h each item lllusl ruled and descriheii in tho list.
This List will be kept Eoodoalirtlll May 31, 1DOO. Auothor
pupo of this List will uppeur la this puper shortly.
Address ail communications to ARBUCKLE BROS.. MOTION DEPT., NEW YORK CSTY. N-Y.
& PEORIA RY.
on account of the
Epworth League Convention.
Tickets sold July 19, 20 and 31. Re
turn limit August 20.
For detail information, as to tickets,
train service, etc., apply to ticket
office foot of Twentieth street.
Gen'l Pass. Agent,
Rock Island, I1L
KILL 'EM QUICK.
The housekeener's friend. Vou cannot a lord
to be nilhoul iu ft Ls sure Ceath for ail in
sects. Ants. Moths. Ro.cbes and Bed liugs.
tverj bolUe cuarauieed. Sold uujy by
S. J. APPLE,
Telephone lOOi - - - 11j3 Third arenue
Notice of Publication Chancery.
State or Illinois, I
Rock 1-land County. ( SKS-
In the circuit court. May term, A. D. 1899,
Rock l.-lar.d Mutual Huildlnic Lo n and Savlnsrs
Ahto'iiitioa vs. William K. Stevens, Itt:e
K. Stevens. James W. Atkinson, Thouiikj
Lyncss and William 1. Stevens.
A ffldavit of non-residence of tbe defendant,
William D. Stevens, impleaded with the ulHve
defendants. William E. Stevens, Ixitlie K. btev
vns. James W. AlkiiiMin auJ Thomas Iyness.
having been llled in the clerk's otllce of the cir
cuit court of said counly. nulice is therefore
hereby friven to the said non-resident defend
ant thai tbe complainant tiled its bill of com
plaint in said coui l onU.e chancery side there
of, on tbe twenty-ninth day of March. PfJH, and
thai thereupon a summons Issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the tirst Monday in the month of
May next, as is ty law required. Now,
unless you. the said- non-resident defendant
above named, William It. Stevens, shall
personally be and appear before said
cireuit court, oa the lirsi day of the
next term thereof. to be holden at Kock Island
in and for tbe said county. on the first Monday
in May next, and plead, acswer or de
mur to said complainant s bill of complaint,
the same and the matters and thintrs therein
cbartted and stated will be taken as confessed,
and a decree entered against you according
to the prayer of said bill.
iJiokui W. Gamble. Clerk.
Roctt Island. Illinois. July 7. A. it . 1W.
1 IX. Genu, Complainant's solicitor.
Estate of Sophia Keimcrs. deceased.
The undersigned harm been appointed
administrator of tbe estate of aopbia
Reimers, late of the county of Rock Isl
and, slave of Illinois. deceased, hereby
gives notice tbat he will appear before tbe
county court of lioc Island county, at tbe
county court room, in tbe city of Kock Island,
at the Aujrmi term, on tbe first Monday
In 'Auirust next, at which time ail per
sons havlnir claims against said estate are
noL.flod and requested to attend, for the pur
pose of having tbe same adjusted.
All persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Lrated this l'Uh day of Jure, A. D. 1890
Wiixmii rial a it ks. Administrator.
FIRE-BUGS! $200 REWARD.
The premium payers of the state are maln
talnlng a fond oy popular subscription from
waich la oSered a
Reward of $200
By the undersirnei association for the arrest
and conviction of any Incendiary In mas Ot the
assoc. ated towns.
PRUFERTT OWNERS FIRE ASSOCIATION
The Choicest Vegetables.
As well as fruits that are pick
ed at the proper time, and can
Tied absolutely fresh by the
most reliable packers, is the
only kind you will lind at our
We Handle the Choicest
Teas and Coffees
and onr prices are always at
Yours for good goods and
NELSON & LUNDQUIST,
CASH GROCERS, 2223 Fourth ave. Thone 1090.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
Hook Island. Ills
Incorporated Under the
Foar Per Cent Paid on
K03TET LOAHSD 05 PE2202f AL CO LATHS IL 03 SEAL ESTATE ELWEITI ,
3. M. Buford, president,
Jobn Crubauh. Vice President.
P. Creenawalt, Cashier.
Beian troslneas July Z. 1M. and oeevpy tbe
S. K. corner of Mitchell Lynda's
H. 8. Cable,
John Crubauc a,
H. f. Hull,
E. W. Hunt,
Bollcltora Jackaon Jk BarsW
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