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THE AEGUS, SATURDAY, TANUARY.1S, 1000.
McCASKKIN A McCASKIIIN.
j Koctf island X3 Mil aq. Boit Ii1m offlee
C. OMitlUf. b. a 0OlUT
CONNELLY & CONNELLY,
Attoixrr at LAW.
Money loaned Offlee over Thorn" flraf
tore, eorner or sec joa itib mou ow..-.
JACKSON & HUB3T,
Offlee In Roe Island National Ban Bnild
wu. l. lcuou?h. morr. - Twoixe.
LUDOLPH & REYNOLDS,
Money to loan. General legl business. No
tary publio. 1 1 JO serosa ifioud falulu
B- D IWBS5BY. at. WALKS"
SWEENEY A WALKEB,
Attorneys and Counsellors si Lew
Offlee In Heagaton Biocs.
C J. SBAKf.E,
a B- M4HSHALX,
State Attorney : : . .
SKAKLE & MARSHALL.
Attorneys at Law
Transact general legal business.
McENIKY A McENIKY
Attorneys at Law
r - - mamaw as owifl eeurltr: IT ABA OOlleO
Ic-na. Keference. Mitchell & Lynda, bankers
(mee. Mltcbell L.ynae Dunning.
JOHN K. SCOTT.
City attorney of Rock Island,
taltcbell A Lynde building.
F. il. FIKST. M. D.
Pajrslelan and Surf cor.
Phone 4 o 1W7. Offlee. M Twentieth
7 to B p. m. Sunday. 8:80 to M a. m.; 1J0 to
DR. CORA EMERY REED,
Special attention to diseases of women and
hiiitran. iui dueuei of eye. ear, noae an
throat. Office hours ;30 to 12 a. m.. 1 to p
m. Ul Sixteenth street. Rock Uland.
J. m. BUMKHABT, M. D .
HIULHlDt H. BCIIEill, M. D.
DR3. BURKilART A BURKHART.
Office Tremann block. Office hours 8 to 11
a. no., I to f and 7 to 6 p. m. 1-bone No. 4uwc
Hoc Island, 111. NIgbt calls answered Iron
C. T. FOSTER. M. D.
Pbyslolan and Surf eon.
Offlee betweee Third and Kourth aenues on
Twentletu street. Oltlce hours: 9 to 11a.m.,
r to 4 p m. and 7 to H p. m NigEt oalls from
oEee Phone ton.
dr. s. u. miller!
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
All disease of horses and cattle treated on
approved principles Surgical operations per
formed In a aolenti'dc manner. Dogs treated.
All calls promptly attended to. Residence,
1924 Fifth ayeifue. Telephone 4401. Office
and Infirmary. 11V19'7 Kourth avenue
Maucker's stable), opposite No. I fire bouse
DR. H. EMMET STEEN.
Specialist and expert In the sreatment oi
nervous, private and all chronic diseases of
men and women.
Hours: 10 to 12. I o 4. 8 to 8, Sundays 10 to It.
Harrison and Second streets, opposite new
DR. M. A. HOLLINOSWORTH.
nrnce. Harper House Pharmacy. Night calls
DR. C. W. GRAFTON
Rooms IS and 15. Mltcbell A Lycde building
Offlee hours trara 8 to 12 a. m. and 1 to 6 p. m-
J. T. TAYLOR,
Offlee hours 8:S0 to IS a. m., 1:S0 to 4:80 p. m.
tIB r.lntesT.tb street. Opposite Union affloe.
DRACK A KERNS,
rehires and Superlntendsnts
Sk'.nnsr Blow. Bseond Boor.
HENRY GAETJE, ITop.
Cut riowsrs and Dealfcs or all Kinds.
City store, 1807 Second avense. Talspbone
John Volk & Co.,
. Contractors tnd
SuIIders : : :
ALSO MANUFACTURES OF
S&h, Doors, Blinds and Mouldings;
Veneered and Hard Wood Floor
ing of All Kinds.
DKAXJCK8 IBT '
Single and Double Strength Window
Glass. Polished Plate. Beveled
Plate and Art Glass.
bEIble,lU, Rock Island.
t... -Tqtt nnr! nnf.nmnni.1 are acute in
flaniciations of the lungs, and if not
promptly aliayeu, tne wort,t may uaj
pn. Tlie eelebrat-ed Dr. John W.
ir.f.ajriniation of the lungs and effect3
. , ,1 w4T.v 1 1 1 i.V - T m
a curt: in a w u.iuri iuuj dhwi
Cures Pleurisy and Pneumonia.
Do"- .-.re -mail -'i'l pa.Tnt t3 tr.kr. lv-ictors
rcjaa.-aa iu I':-.-2; cis. At u.l Urugji.ta.
THE TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
ay I icket ciiti ue uv.rco.ea or
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Arrival. Departure, tlnilv. except Sun
IDailr exeept Saturday. Ail others daily. Tel
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wav Depot First avenue and Sixteenth
street. M. J Younjj. airent.
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Chicago. Sterllni; Clinton &l
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7:15 pm ?:SS am
Daily. -Daily except Sunday
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE &. ST. PAUL
' rail wav Karin k Soulb western Wvision
Depot T en . icrb street, r-etneen First and
Se:ond avei.ues. W. W. llreckir ndire. Airenl
THAI MS. -l.tAVK. I AKHUE
Hall and f xpress 7 :i am WIS pa.
St Haul Express. 4:i pm 1 1 ::0 am
FreV'bt and arioru M:50 ;im am
Daily except Sunday.
IJOCK- ISLAND & I'FORI A RAILWAY
Depoi First avenue and Tweutietn street
M. A. r'atirrsun. General l'a-sen(fer Aent.
THAIXS. I I.IAVK. I AKHIVR
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ria, etc 10;!9 Dm
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nati M i cm 11:15 sir
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herrard Actomniodatlon . 5: ato 4:'iO pm
C'anle AccommiCation . h:V am i:2i pm
Lai.ie ,v rrner. ara a c"om . :v 11 pm .:.s.- ui
I' i.t..nn..rir .ln. f K I .- ! lUnllnu
aveu.i..) depot tHe ."i minutes earlier than
trams daily except Sunday.
Best Dining Car Service.
Tom A. Marshall
Lom6 Dtsiiyct Lit6
L .f 11 'fjj 't
'S TCU6RAPM KATCS.
Mod mouth, lu.
ilt. Plas&nt, Iowa,
New IoMoa. IU.
'ew Windsor. IU.
Kortb Henderson, IU,
1 01 1 liyron, IU.
iTalrw l iu, IU.
I vkiii. 111.
llnck 1-lanti. 111.
8wan Creek. IU.
Taylor K!dw, IU.
W alnut Urove, IlL
H si-eilo, Iowa.
v eat Liberty, Iowa.
Vatea City, IU.
Alexis, I U.
HUrLlUf 11. 111.
Cam br l.lk-. 111.
Columbun Jc Iowa.
llar ltapiUi, lu
(.'lmton, tun a.
I'M Mi.lnea. omrn.
HEALS BY MIND POWER.
Remarkable Cures Ascribed to a
EMPLOYS BOTH MIHD AND BODY.
Rew. De Witt Talmacr Van Dores
Believes He Was Inatroeted to Ileal
aa Well a to Preach and That He
Has the Pan er-rslirut In Evi
dence. In Norwalk, Conn., the Rev. De Witt
Taluiage Vau Dureu of the First Bap
tist c-burt-U is looked ou as a worker
of nioiltTii luiracles. lie has made the
sk-k wfll, the lame souuil. and the le-lifvt-rs
in his iiowers today uuiuber
bundnnls. other persons profess to
regard h!ui as a tharlatan. but they
are unaMe to explain the seeming
cures he has performed, says the New
One of his most remarkable cures
was upon Mrs. Archibald Sheffield,
who lives in New York. For years
Mrs. Sheffield was almost helpless. Un
der the iuriueiice of Mr. Van Doren she
has completely recovered.
Mr. Van loren calls himself a self
taught metaphysician, lie is said to
Ik? a yond iiuli.it orator, and since he
was called to Norwalk last May his
congregation lias lecoiiro one of the
largest iu the Connecticut village. He
Is a cousin of the Kev. T. Ie Witt Tal
mage. In whose honor he was named.
Although an orthodox believer in the
r.ible and its teachings. Mr. Van Doren
rejects absolutely the t.hought of faith
cure. It has been said that he pro
fesses to heal by the laying on of
hainls, but it Is; not so. He has no re
sort to hypnotism, which, however, he
says. Iirt suggested to him the true
course of mind, cure. His system, he
says, is the exact opjiosite of hypno
tism, which might be effective, only
that the "power' is applied In the
The underlying principle upon which
Mr. Van Ioren lvlies is that of a dual
mentality in every individual. It is
upon the su'ciiisii-i.us mentality that
he exerts influence. This subconscious
mentality is. according to Mr. Van
Ioreu. locntird in the solar plexus.
In diagnosing a case Mr. Van Doren
resorts to what appears to be a trick,
but what, he says. Is common sense,
lie simply places the palm of the pa
tient's right hand against his car. It
acts, he says, as a telephone, and ho Is
able to listen to the circulation of the
blood and to the flow of nervous ener
gy. I',y this simple device Mr. Van
Doren asserts his ability t understand
the trouble. Having done that, thought
transference and thought influence, act
ing always upon the submerged men
tality. acomplish a cure, he says.
ertain muscular exercises are re
sorted to. and Mr. Van Doren goes so
far as to accept the services of drugs,
It is Mr. Van iWen's argument that
metaphysical therapeutics are base
upon laws that may extend beyond the
domain of pure intellect, but are capa
ble of scictitilie adaptability. He indig
nantly discards the idea that meta
physical healing is in any way akin to
the mystical, occult or magical. He
says tnat he is simplv a minister of
the gospel of Christ, who believes that
he was instructed by the Master to
heal as well as t preach. Ilelievin
that, lie maile a study of the niiml or
minds, which carried him over a period
of VI years before he first put his
theory Into practice.
After treating successfully many
cases that have leen declare hope
less by skillful physicians." savs Mr.
Van Doren. "I am prepared to saj" that
I have the power to cure any case of
sickness, no matter what its nature, if
can have the hearty co-operation of
the patient and if there yet remains
enough of the sulmtructnre for nature
to build upon.
"My method of healing is by thought
transference- ami is a purely spiritual
process. I do not Ignore the value of
correct breathing and diet and proper
exercise. My patient is Instructed how
to come into my thought, so that there
perfect agreement, and our joint
thought Is as the thought of one per
son. The instruction is then com
munioated to the proper nerves, and
the work of rebuilding is under way.
am couvineed Hint tlioro is 110 dis
ease of whatever nature that can re
sist this form of treatment. Surgical
cases cannot be so treated. I hat Is
one of the points which I reject of the
theory of faith cure."
Mrs. Ueorge IJ. Howell, national lec
turer of the W. C. T. V., crel its-Mr.
Van Doren with saving her life.
Elizabeth Taylor, a l-year-old child,
was rid of the rickets by Mr. Van
Doren with only three applications of
will power. Charles Ilyington of East
Xorwalk lel:eves that one interview
with Mr. Van Doren cured liim of a
chronic case 'of consumption of the
Ixmels. Miss Edith Allen, also of East
Xorwnlk. was brought from what was
thought to be her deathled to a state
of icrfect health.
Mr. Van Doren is alout 40 years old.
He was born in Chicago, educated in
Colgate university and legan bis work
as a pastor in San Francisco. After
nine years of successful work there he
brought his family east and for eight
years occupied the pulpit of the First
Raptist church in Albany. He left
there to accept a call to Xorwalk.
Cnard For American Paris Exhibit..
The organization of a guard of 40 to
protect the American exhibit at the
Paris exposition has just been com
pleted, says the Chicago Heeord. Eight
of the guard sailed on the Trairle the
other day. The guar Is composed
of young men lotween the ages of IS
and 30 who speak French. They will
receive $50 a month and transporta
tion. Captain P. L. Bowen will be in
GRATITUDE DID NOT DIE.
tarn For Kindne.
The frolic of fortune is too strange ta
be solved. Thirty-rive years ago Mrs.
Mary Cowan was the wife of - the
wealthiest citizen of Murfreesboro.
Tenn.. says the Louisville Commercial.
At that time she befriended William
Dogwood, a ioor Confederate snhl!ir.
Mr. Dogwood fought ill the battle of
Murfreesboro and was shot a dozen
times. The bloody little was fought
on the banks of Stoue river, near
which the home cf Mrs. Cowan was
situated. 1 logwood, in almost dying
condition, was carried by Lis comrades
to her home. She miuislvred to his
wants, hid him when the Federal
foiiH-s were near and did everything
that could 1k done for his comfort.
She was a mo'hcr to him. and he
cried like a child when he was forced
to have her hospitable home two
Fntil the other evening Mr. Ilngwood
had never heard of Mrs. Cowan. He
was standing at the" corner of Twelfth
and Market streets in Louisville when
a beggar woman petitioned him for
alms. A minute later each recognized
the other. Dogwood gave her every
cent of money he eouhf secure and
promised her additional help. She told
him of the death of her husband and
other calamities that had befallen her
of recent years, but broke down com
pletely when she tried to relate the
story of the misfortune that reduced
her to 1 legging. She has no permanent
home and is utterly dependent. S4ie
is now T." years of age.
At IlU Word.
Customer You sell cracked eggs
half price, do you not?
tflerk Ycs'm. We always make a 50
per cent reduction on cracked goods.
Anything else today?
Customer Yes: yon may give me a
dollar's worth of cracked wheat. Here's
50 cents. Columbus (O.i Slate Journal.
From one who has
word of I rs. Nellie
broad meaning to every
'Intholnllof lSHS I
nrh trouble In ilie very
my ston-ach, ami I h:nl
me f-onttantly. The l.i.-k
rapidly; I dronnod from
time. There was not tin)
shadow of my former self.
KU.-ounriy. 1 was a compieie v.reeit wiien a irieua 101a me to fry
Jr. illlams j'lnk 1'lUs
jroviMi niv rnuailion; It
me up. 1 ociicvo
I wan ennhlcd to sleep, and In the morning I felt refreshed
ana remed. Aiy stouiaili was strengthened, what 1 ate
beneltted me, my weight increased, mid I soon regained
all I had lost. 1 am now well and strong. I cannot speak
too Highly ot ur. w iiiianis' 1'luk l'umror i'ale 1'eople."
Mui.-nil aul tvurn to before me,
tnis 3d day of Julv,
..T n-V 1. lit-ill' -v-.
V h.llKIIK AWnr.
All womankind should know and
the virtues of Ir. Williams' Pink
' K. il.l hv all il MH.rei.l I'rftna nH
IHE OR. WILLIAMS MEDICINE
Schenectady, N. Y.
ARPER S THEATRE.
Direction of Stive F. MiLi.eu
Sunday Night, Jan. 14.
The Creator of tie laughing habit.
The monarch of them all starring in
the New York World comedy ;suo-
See the funny Yellow Kid. Thee is
more funny doings In Hogan's Alley"
than any other comedy on the roai.
Once seea never forgotten.
Prices 50c and Toe.
Sale of seats at lileuer s Jewelry Store.
UmdcbTme Dire err ion Of Cmaj-!Bhlin .Kindt It Ca
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Sunday, Jan. 14.
A positive novelty. KnL'ageniect of the
celebrated atd only INDIAN ACTIiKSn.
G -WON-OO-wiOHA WK. supported by a
company of metropolitan favorites in the
pic uress'ie. seusai lucal dnma (wiitten
bv herself ) antitled
The II di in mail carrier. Magcitic nt scen
ery and effects. The play is not of the
tiliod-and-thunder. wtiz-bacg order, but a
intensely interesting tory. Startling In
aeuon. spltittd i" dialogue, thrilling io plot,
and tooming in sensation and fua. The In
di.n parts are plaved by genuine Indians.
S5tltlv m .vmenls- dancrs and weird mu
sic of the Ind aus See the fearles. r ding
of t;o-Wonio-Moh'awit on her beautiful
Indian tvonie-. Wongy asd Hueltnkin. with
out sudl-j or bridle.
Prices. Sic. f"c and 75c Peats on
sale at Fluke's. Telephone No. SO.
TT i For Drunkenness ana
II V m COUtUM.'Ul.
Branch ST THE
IU II.UT. ILl.
an -N "S
TO DO AWAY WITH SLEEr.
Strance Experiment Belnsr Conduct
ed by Some I nlvemitjr Stndenta.
According to a Madison (Wis.) dis
patch to tiie Cincinnati Commercial
Tribune, a very strange experiment is
beiJig tr.'ed by an organization of uni
versity students to lengthen working
hours. I'pon the theory that sleep is
to a larg.' extent a matter of habit and
can lie lessened by proper care of the
system the members are trying to re
duce sleeping hours to a mini mum con
sistent with continuing health. The
organization is not in the nature of a
secret society, but it lias been working
quietly in order to get the best repre
sentatives among the students from
the various courses of college work.
The experiment was at lirst begun
in the Iowa university, and. while it
does not appear to take on the charac
ter of an intercollegiate organization,
the Wisconsin members have organ
ized along the lines f the Iuwa univer
sity club. The theory upon which the
members are working is to get such
control ever the body as to ki-ep part
of the system at rest while the other
part works; in other words, avoiding;
unnecessary waste of vital energies.
Thomas A. IMison. the great inventor,
is the expositor of this theory.
.The method, as is given out, is to
lessen the sleeping hours gradually and
so accustom the system to it by de
grtes. The extreme limit fixes ivrt at
not more than four hours a night, thus
lengthening the working day some
three or four hours.
I'.y the aid of mechanical instruments
human beings can do many wonder
ful things, but to save his life no man
could cut such a perfect circle without
a pair of compasses as the parasol ant
does out of a leaf with nothing but
"The rilgrim's Progress" lias been
translated into 203 languages and dia
sufiered to all who are sufferlntr. The
Cameron, of I.oa!ixirt, N.Y., convey a '
thoughtful wunum. M rs.Cumeron nuya :
was in aitcT-lornblcromlitioii. I had Etom-
ivorst form. Nothing at ull would stay on
to almost starve myself. My side pained
of nourishment caused me to lose rlesti
l.'W to f" founds, terowiiis weaker all the
slightest color in my lace. 1 was simply a
Able i.h v.-iciaiis treated me, but failed
for I'ale IVople. me Hot preutly itn-
was aslouish ing Dow quit my liity uuill
1 J S.
DURTIS OPERA HOUSE,
t'nder the direction of
CHA.MllbHt.IN. IvlNOT & :
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 15.
It's the great big show, the amous
ueioh discussed, brilliant tliow, ibeonly
Casino attraction op the toad.
"THE TELEPHONE GIRL."
The crowd of lovely chorus girls. In
expensive professionals In. Tim most
successful p'av seen in years Fun on
tap. Ueauty at command. Music at
I-rices SOe. T"rt fl. I..V.
Fluke's Saturday morning.
Seats on sjle at
A UGUSTANA COLLEGE,
Six popular anJ instructive
entertainments for the unu
sual small sum of f 1.
Season of 18991900.
4. THE OXFORD ;.l USIUAL CLUB
January 23, 1900.
5. Uli. VM. H. CRAWFORD
February 22, 1900.
6. THOMAS McCLAKY
March 15, 1900.
Dr. H. P. A. Carsteni?,
I'iKAhCATE OF TUB
National Institute of Science,
Kxponent of natural me'bods of heui
Ing wiibuut tbu u-e of drugs. Ail syslen-s
bow employed by tte most eminent pia"
tl ioneera in the great centers of the sei
entine proa res in Kumpe and America.
Information of pararuouct interest to i::
rujids and toe -.do want to remain we.'l.
will be fumhvhed upon application. Con
sultation free. Correspondents are re
quested to be explicit. Chronic CUc a -es
Address i:il--Vsrren street. Davenport.
Iowa. Oittce hou- x to 1m a. m.. 1 in i p.
m. and f.'JO to 7:30 p. to. SuaJji y to
Woman's Best Friend.
JOHN H. PA BID OH.
PAIDON Sc SON
PAINTERS AND DECORATORS
Paper Hangers, Calclmlners, Etc.
Shop 419 Sovflnteonth 8t
Adniliilst rator'M Not Ire.
F.state of WiTiatn .?. S'ae. deceased.
The undersigned having been aptu:ntrd ad
ministratrix of I he estate of William .1.
Shea, hue of the county of Keen Is
land, state of Illinois, deceased, hereby
gives notice that she will appear before
the county court of Kock Island eoumy. at the
county court rooiu. in the city of Kock Island,
at the February leriu t n tlie lirst Monday in
Feburary next, ati which time all person
having claims asiaiust said estate are notified
and requested to attend, for the purpose of
having the same adjusted.
All persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment to the
Hated this linh day of December. A. I. lsiO.
I'athkkink Siiba. Administratrix.
MiiMllV Mi-KMKV, solicitors.
Estate of Henry Tremann. deceased
The undersigned, having oeen appointed exe
cutrix of the last will and teuament of Henry
Yremar.n. late of the county of ICock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that she will appear before the county court of
Kock Island county, at the county court room.
In the city of Kock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday In Feimiary next.
at which time all persons having claims
against said estate arc notified and requested
to attend for the purpose of having tlie same
adjusted. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make Immediate payment to
Uated this lbtn day of Iecemter. A. D. 1898
Makia Tkkmann, KxecutiU.
Jackson A Hckst. Attorneys.
Fat ate of John Kleinmaier. deceased.
The urdersigned naTing oeen appointed ex
ecutor of the last will and testan.eni of John
Kleiumaicr. lave of the county of Kock Island,
state of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives
notice that he will appear before the county
court of Kock Island county, at the county
court room. In the city of Hock Isl
and, nt the February term, A l. s, on the
Urst Monday In February next, at which lime all
persons having claims against said estate are
noti.nea ana rcuuesteu to attenu. ror the pur
pose of having the same adjusted.
AU persons Indebted to said estate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the
Dated tela bitn day or leepniver. A. U. 18k8.
lit i m:aut k i. K il. F.xeeu tor.
Marion 11 Sweeney, Attorney for for F.xeeu
Sale of Iteal Estate.
lly virtue of an order ami decree of the
count y Court of Koi-k Island Iniirity. Illinois.
uiaileon the pel ition of the Ulid'-rs giied. Wil
liam II Ihionan. administrator of the estate of
Frede, ieli l(;j'kley. deceased, for leave to sell
I the ral est ale of said deceased, at the Janu
ary term A. 1 . liiu. of said court, to-wit: On
theis.hday of January, lied. I shall on the
7th (lay of Fchrunry i ext. between file Ikiuis
of Ki o'ciix'U in tb- forenoon audi o'clock in
the aft-, no .n or said dav. sell at public sale,
at the ea-t door of lnec.ourt house iritheeily
of KoeU lsial.il in said count v. the real esta
described as follow s. io-w it:
The vvtst hall (vlof the nor'hwest quarter
(') of section twenty-one -l. in tovn.shi.
I sixteen I'!., north ra' g- tl.rf e CO w est of the
fourth principal meiidiai, containing eighty
(SO) acres more or l-ss
Also the north eastquarter ( '4 I of th soul h
west quarter of seciinn Iwnily-one 2II, in
township sixteen iim. north runt-e three
west ol the fourth pnqclpal meridian. routtiin
ing forty (1" acres more or less
Also the following. vi.: Meglnnlng at a point
in the east lineof the souihw tst quarter nt
sec ion numlier twenty-one (t) In towishii
number six teen 15) nortbof range number three
CO west of ihe fourth 14th) principal meridian
linetv-tive 5 rods north of the southeast
corner if the north one-half (Hi of the north
west quartt-r of section number twen .v
eit-bt -S) io township number sixteen (itii
north rane lhre .i) westoi the rourtn prin
eipal meridian: llie.ee north nxty-flve !
rods more or less to the northeast eorncr of
the south half (' of said southwest quarter of
section number twenty-one -l): 'hence west
at right angles, one hundred and sixty (lo
rods to the wess line of sa d section number
twenty-one them-e south slong said w est
line siTtv-five si roas: ttier-e east one nun-
dred sixty ISO rods to the point of begin
ning, eonta nmg sixtj'-tive V) acres tr.f-re r
less All in the county of Itork Island and
state of II inois. on the follow ing te-ins to-wit:
For cash in hand at the date of sa d sale.
Dated this tb dav or Januarv. A . U. lino.
WILLI AM H. O0ONAN.
Administrator of the tstate of Frederick
Sa.mcki.IL Kestwmktht, Solicitor.
& Peoria Railway
EAST and SOUTH.
Leare Root Island.
" C. It I. ft P. Depot .
" 2nth Street Depot..
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, f.:'if a m
. 11:30 a m
. 117 pm
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. 3:-20 p m
. fl 10 p m
. e-.-JS p m
. 7:00 p m
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' Decatur ..
Icdianapoiis ... . . . ..
.10:23 p ra
l.Viam 11:35 am
2:00 am fi:IOpm
2 35 p m b JA p m
7:30 p m 10JO p re
Lines east of Peoria carry through
coaches und sleeping cars on night
trains to principal cities.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Gen'l Pass. Aent,
Rock Island, 111.
Dirt's Worst Enemy.
BKNST A. FAKICO
I IE LOW AUK i.IVI'.S A
V K W" A X N . ' I N l-'.M KN T S .
A lending ftatiii e orfiu; A ii.nii.
during the lir.-.t six iiiomlisof I'.KJO w hi be
of W. t Stlllntan.
Mr. Siilliuan's carc-r as artist. editor,
and newspaper C"r'epomletit iu vari
ous foreigu count i ies bus brought him
into touch wiih many of the most siiik
ing personages and cxctitsol the last
tlftv years. The earlv papers ,if ihi
series give singularly interest Iim 'h:ir
e.Tt'rixai ions , f llr. Not. lh laiiums
l-resltfent of I'm. in College. r Kuskin.
Turner and ot her Kui-'tish and A iiierican
artists, of Kossuth, whom Mr. siilliiiau
served as secret airetil. if I tnei -ion.
Holmes. Lowe).. Agassi and oilier
members of the Adirondack I lub.
tine of the most important, features
of 'I 11 K Ati.anii. I.ir Imii uil! belli.;
puhiicat ion ol a large nmilier of Short
Stories of t he lirst quality. orispieu
oii3 among tries-; w iq be .Manil l-;.-yn
by Henry .lame.. There will also In-sioii-s
by Kate l-onglxs Wigciu. V.
I. Munrlla, StirHtl true .Irurll, .In, I
C'tiaioller Harris, and many i'tli'-i
flni- itf Ilie if si irici i v e ."eaiiiie-, o:'
'I h i; A riN i i. tor liu'.' w ill he the ap
pearance at regular imerialK ol I ei-u-is
l-oiii Ktiglaui;, r'lance and .eriua
i.y. Tne lirs! letter in the urieswill
be A lifili-ii in i:ii-rlaitl In I K!1. bv
ItriiiOt.y .IoIiiim,ii. m .l;iuuaiv
At LAN I M . Iteceiit si al mid l.nlna
irbil ( lixuga-H In .ermi.v will In
eonnner : ril upon iu March h-, V. 4'.
Ireher: and Altau -. Situborii will
uuiit in the early summer a I. tn-r en
titled I-ranee Ifeforetlie KxpoHlllou.
During l!m Tin; ATi.vvur nillpi.-si-nt
several papers li.nu .Mr i-iu,..
among which will he one upon Ihe
.rrii-ttii sui e Trade i tlie l-irtlen
ami auoihcr upon The Lire ami Work
Zitkala-Sa, Red Bird.
Cil'nala-Sa, a young Irdiari li of the
VanUton Slouv Trilu-of Dakota lndia"s.
who received her education in I he
east, has written lor the January, l-'cb-ruaiv
and March niirnbeis three ex
ceeding y intere-,ting papers, entitled
of wu Indian
Tlie School Days
Of Mil Ill-
In order to int reduce i h! A I lantic fo
a larre circle of new readers, the puii,
hsheri w ill send the magaine on trial
for three mouths on receipt, of Ao cenis
frim any person whose name does not
now aopeur upon the A tlanlic suIihci ip
Send postal for coin cards with fu'l
particulats. ami the ll.uslrated prospeo
tus for I liiiii.
.'15 cents a copy it a year.
HOI illT()N, Ml Kr I.I.N 4i CO.,
4 I'arli street. ISostun.
THOSE PRETTY LITTLE
. MINIATURE PHOTOS
Are JUST THE THING.
We make them Klvlnf yon
twelve different positions In
the dozen. Iletter ones with
eight, six, four, three and two
fllfferett pimltlons in the doz
en. All regularlly mounted
ta the latest Onlah at
C. E. SMITH,
Opposite Harper House, Second Ave.