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THff AKGH7S, SATITRDAT. NOVEMBER 3, 1900.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1CJ4 Second
Avenue, Rock Island. 111. (Entered at tbe
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Correspondence solicited from every town'
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Satlodat, November 3.
President. WILLIAM 3. BRYAN
Vloe PraslJsnt ADLAI E. STEVENSON
Governor. SAMUEL AL3CHULER
Lieutenant Governor. ELMER E. PERRY
Secretary of Stave.... JAMES K. O DONNELL
Auditor GEOarjEB. PARSONS
Treasurer M. F. DUNLAP
Attorney General - JAMES TODD
Trustees I JOSEPH SCHWARTZ
University Of CHARLES BLISS
Illinois. I Mrs. JULIA HOLMES SMITH
M. C, Tenth District L. B. DsFORREST
Member uosra oi I JOHN F. SMITH
LVnhpr Waist lire M J. McENIRY
1 biny-tbird District t J. H. ANDREWS
State's Attorney ;.S. R. KEN WORTHY
Circuit Clerk ANDREW C. DOW
Coroner J. E. LARKIN
Surveyor GEORGE F. McNABNEY
'v Lafayette's Prayer.
i "Mir ttii immense temple of freedom ever y
3k Kt.r.il . lf-frvin to orijrert8ors. an example to
'- UxK op.re-eJ an-i a ianrtunry tut tlie rights
of iraiikinJ. ari'l may them? jorioui United
Suns attain that oimplete apltmlor winm
i. kiiall illustrate the bl-itiK- of their govern-
mei.t anrl rejoi'e tlie departed soul t its T
founder." Tliese words of Lafajctte were;
? read t 5.f,fM American school children ,
a vear mua and were utu-rcd by him on the ::
., i.in i.t l,m last viut to this country. '
Tif. "full dinner pail" argument
will need remodeling for use in the
Pennsylvania coal mines.
It is about time for the republican
organs to accuse Mr. lirvan of hav
ing hauled down the Hag in China.
Tiik ground was staked off for the
new normal school at Macomb yes
terday, hxcavating will commence
at once, and it is expected to be ready
for the concrete bottom lor tbe foun
dation within a week.
It is now said that the "new ljitille-
ship Maine, building at Cramps'
yards at Philadelphia, will be
launched Feb. 15 next, the third an
niversary of the .destruction of the
old Maine in Havana harbor.
Only 11 of the delegates to the
original republican convention in
18o survive. They doubtless tind
some ditliculty in recoirnizin? the
party. Iebanon (Va ) New.
Mahk IIanna has concluded as a
last resort to kindle a fire under the
ship subsidy gang. Considering the
fact that tne ship subsidy gang is
saturated with Standard oil, the op
eration promises to be highly success
ful from a fawrying point oi view.
Sknatok Bevekiimik, of Indiana,
declares: "I am full of fear that
Bryan will sweep the country next
1 uesdav. It may be physical depres
siqri. but I have had this feeling for
several days, and many of our people
have told me thev had the same feel
ing." It is unfortunate that the pros
pects of the situation should give
some of tne republicans sucn a tired
feeling, but it must be so. The Amer
ican people have been tired for some
BRIAN AND TBE lOl'NU MAN.
If a life opportunity is still to re
main open to the young men of the
country it must be through a reversal
of the policy which has placed the
capital, tbe industries and natural
wealth of the country in the hands of
a handful of grasping trust share
holders. 1 bat policy was originated
and fostered by the republican party
and its leaders, and a continuation of
political power in republican hands
means the perpetuation of tbe trusts.
and the still greater obliteration of
tbe individual. The only hope far
the young men of the country is in
the defeat of McKinley, the election
of Bryan and the return of the gov-
under C.EKiHAM LAWS.
Is EscciJeat for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, etc.
DR. RICHTER.'S Worid-Rsoewoe f
W h-at one physaciari out of many tetiries.
New York. Juna IZJA99J
In eaaea of Influenza
Sack acha Rheumatism
devour ANCHOR PAIN
be an excellent remsdv
bvarvma the de-sired relief. : i
1 'te WVt-eJC'AXf.
25e. n4 &0c ai draggisw or IDrougb
26 RICHEST nlmROS.
eminent to the principles and meth
ods which permitted an open field
and fair play for all la the struggle
fer a livelihood. Bryan and , tbe
democratic party offer the only hope
left to the young men of this country
of achieving successful careers and
financial independence in the futnie.
EX-SPEAK EK REED'S SELF-RESPECT.
Thomas Brackett Reed, ex-speaker
of the house, for many years the most
conspicBons and the ablest leader of
the republican party, will not vote for
Investigation in New York, where
he now lives, disclosed the fact that
he ia not registered.
He has no use for benevolent assim
ilation. He refuses to indorse the
abandonment of plain duty. The
purchase of Filipinos at $2 per head
is a bit of commercialism which he
cannot share in.
The brains and the conscience of
tbe republican party have left it.
It has nothing remaining except
Hanna and a syndicated candidate for
Such a course of policy as was
pursued by a corporal's guard of
politicians in Rock Island last night
cannot, as a matter of course, be mis
understood. Yet it is surprising that
the most narrow partisan, the most
violently prejudiced mind, whether it
be from motives political or personal,
should have attained himself so far as
to construe an exposure, taken ver
batim, from a strictly non-partisan
paper and one that has the credit of
being among the foremost moral fac
tors in the country, of conditions
now facing the soldiers in the Philip
pines, as an attack upon the valor of
the soldiers themselves. It may not
be amazing that the soldier of other
wars, the civil and Spanish-American,
where he fought entirely according to
the American idea, and where his
government, as administered, was
looked up to as tbe ideal of the peo
ple's form, should be astounded in
the changed conditions that are now
not only countenanced but licensed
by the constituted authorities. But
the fair-minded veteran of either war
could not, if he stopped to think, con
found tbe exposure of a situation that
reeks with national shame in the very
fact that it places the American sol
dier of today with the soldier of the
old world, with an attack on tbe citizen-soldiery
of this country, past or
Thk Akgus is quite willing to stand
on its record in the matter of devotion
to the old.soldier, or the young sol
dier, whoever he is or wherever he
goes, or may be now, in the cause of
his country, and it reserves the right
to condemn the mistreatment of him
by the powers that be. The soldier is
expected to do his duty as he is told,
and the more the shame upon the
administration that will apply to the
soldier who goes from America to
tight tor love of his country the con
ditions that have for years character
ized the professional soldiers of the
old werld monarchies. No man of
fair mind would blame or condemn
the American soldier for doing that
which his country sanctioned, any
more than any fair-minded man would
think of regarding the denunciation
of such abuses of the soldier as in
tended for abuse of the soldier.
But by the way, Uock Island's polit
ical indignation committee may just
as well extend the scope of its oper
ations, if it can, over the exlent of
the Held in which the article com
plained of has been published. The
state capital might be a good starting
point, the State Register of that city
having been the latest to give the
subject extended attention in its issue
of yesterday morning.
BRTAN'd ELECTION DEPENDS ON
WAUEWORKKR. : ,
An overwhelming democratic vic
tory is assured ix tne ' wageworkers
have the courage and intelligence to
vote for Brvan, and set at naught the
republican schemes of coercion
There is every reason.to believe that
both union and unorganized labor
realizes that the Australian ballot is a
sufficient protection against coercion.
lhe wageworkers may allow them
selves to be forced into so-called "in
dustrial parades" gotten up by their
bosses under republican direction.
but that is no indication that they
are going to vote for four years more
oi republican intimidation.
I he republican industrial parade in
Chicago Oct. 27 was a frost on the
face of it. Instead of the 125.000
men in line which the republican
leaders predicted, there were onlv
about o6,000. Many of these were
young men under the voting age, and
there were many republican clubs not
distinctively composed 01 wage-
Everv workingman in the country
understands that the wageworkers in
that parade were not there because
they enjoyed being exhibited as re
publican property. They marched
because tbey bad been intimidated in
to tbe belief that tbey would be dis
charged at once on refusal to join the
I be labor bureau oi tbe democratic
national committee " has investigated
the relations of firms in that republi
can parade with organized labor. While
the investigation is not complete, the
following striking facts ' have been
Of S3 houses in the wholesale cloth
ing snblivlsion only one employs
In the printer and binder subdivi
sion tbe house which made the most
striking display, having the .largest
number of men in line, besides two
tallyhos. is non-union.
Nearly all of the electrical firms
represented were non-union, although
there is a well organized electrical I
"NOT FIT FOR SELF-GOVERNMENT"
IS THE ARGUMENT OF THE FOOL.
There is only one cure for the evils which newly acquired freedom
produces, and that cure is freedom. When a prisoner first leaves his
cell he cannot bear the light of day; he is unable to discriminate colors
or recognize faces. But the remedy is not remand him to his dnngecm.
but accustom him to the rays of the sun. The blaza of truth and lib
erty may at first dazzle and bewilder nations which have become half
blind in the house of bondage. But let them gaze on and tljey will
soon be able to bear it. In a few years men learn to reason. The
extreme violence of opinions, subsides. Hostile theories correct each
other. The scattered elements of truth cease to contend, and begin to
coalesce. And at length a system of justice and order is educed out of
Many politicians of our time are in the habit of laying it down as a
self-evident proposition that no people ought to be free till they are lit
to use their freedom. The maxim is worthy of the fool in the old story
who resolved not to go into the water till he had learned to swim. If
men are to wait for liberty until they become wise and good in slavery,
they indeed wait forever. Macauley.
workers' union. Two of these non
union firms have made themselves
conspicuous for their attempted coer
cion of employes during the whole
campaign. Of 33 firms represented in
the woodworkers' sub-division, 13
were non-union. Of these, three were
Oshkosh firms, who led the bitter
lockout there some years ago and at
tempted to send Thomas I. Kidd. gen
eral secretary of the woodworkers, to
the penitentiary. Two nut of three
carriage-making firms represented
are well known to be antagonistic to
In the miscellaneous division which
included pianos, sewing machines
and other articles of commerce, six
out of every eight firms represented
employ non-union men.
In the 'division of workingmen's
club3 there were twenty-one marching
organizations made up of non-union
meo representing arms which will not
employ union labor.
The first lesson taught by this pa
rade is that the republican party is
opposed to union labor. It finds firms
employing non-union labor its most
pliant" tools. The second lesson is
that non-union and unorganized labor
is more easily coerced than organized
Bryan's election depends upon the
free and untrammeled expression of the
workirgmen. McKinley 's election de
pends upon the coercion of such work
ingmen as will submit to dictation
in this respect just as they would in
their other personal rights.
"Why quit our own to stand upon
foreign ground?" George Washing
ton. "If there can be one principle more
deeply written in the mind of every
American, it is that we should have
nothingtodo with conquest." Thom
"The declaration" of 'independence is
the fundamental law of the land.1'
"Under our constitution there can
can be no dependencies." Daniel
"Of all the dangers and misfortunes
which could befall this nation I should
regard that of its becoming a warlike
and conquering power the mo9t dire
ful and fatal." Henry Clay.
"No man is good enough to govern
another man without the other man's
consent." Abraham Lincoln.
Character In Thighs.
A man's thighs interest me In any
mood and at any time. While you may
get a man's character frcui bis face,
you can, if j"ou will, got his past life
from bis thigh. It is the walking beam
of his lucornottoii, controls his paddles
aud is developed in proiortion to its
uses. It indicates, therefore, a man's
habits and his mode of lift.
If he has sat all day with one log lap
ped over the other, arm on chair, head
on hand, listening or studying preach
ers, professors nnd all other sedenta
ries sit like this then the thigh
shrinks, the muscles droop, the bones
of the ankle bulge, and the kuee joints
push through. If he delivers mail or
collect Mils or drives a pack mule or
walks a towpafh, the muscles of tlie
thigh are hauled tight like cables, the
knee of knots-one big bunch just be
low the strap of his knickerbockers,
should he wear them.
If he carries big weights on his back
sacks of salt, as do the stevedores in
Venice; or coal in gunnies, as do the
ccolies iu Cuba, or wiue casks or coffee
in bags then the calves swell abnor
mally, the thighs solidify the lines of
"beauty are lost, but the Hues of
If, however, he has spent his life in
the saddle, rounding up cattle, chasing
Indians, hunting bandits in Mexico,
Inkle and foot loose, his knees clutched
tightly, hugging that other part of him,
the horse, then the muscles of the
thigh round out their Intended lines
the most subtle In the modulating curv
ing of the body. F. Hopkinson Smith
in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly.
No Shattered Ideals.
"So she has gone home to her moth
er, has she? Don't you know, it's the
saddest thing on earth to think of a
trusting, fond woman awakening to
find her Itleals have lieea shattered.
that she loves him no longer, that her
idol has feet of clay"
'0h, there was nothing of that sort
In it. She loves him as well as ever.
but she went back to ma because she
was hungry." Indian'' x-th.
Stubb Is that new prison guard vigi
Penn I should say so. Why, some
one told him tbe gas was escaping, and
be grabbed bis gun. Chicago News.
"X fool can ask more questions than
a wise man can answer. Ain't that so V
"I ran't answer you." Indianapolis
Two True Stories.
The Piscatorial Prevaricators' asso
ciation was Iu session.
"I was fishing for cod off the Banks
one day some years ago," said one,
"when. I dropped my watch overboard.
The next year I went fishing at tbe
tame place. I caught a whopping big
fellow and found my watch inside of
blm. It was running steadily, the ac
tion of the fish's liver having kept It
wound up. But it was five hours fast.
The only way that I can account for It
Is that the fish crossed the Atlantic,
6tald on the other side long enough
to get the time over there, and that I
caught him too soon after he got back
to allow the watch to regulate Itself.
"I was fishing for trout in Pennsyl
vania last fall," said another member,
"in company with my nephew, who is
nn Inveterate cigarette smoker. We
landed a ten pounder nnd allowed him
to flounder around in the bottom of the
boat while we cast again, because tbey
were biting freely. My nephew had
just thrown a lighted cigarette in the
boat, and In some way this trout got
it. put It in h(fi gills and smoked it
The cigarette setmed to have a sooth
ing effect on him. I brought the trout
home, taught him to smoke a pipe, and
when we killed him Christmas I served
np to my' guests something that I be
lieve has never been served up before
self smoked trout. It was great too,
New York Journal.
Went a. Little Too Far.
A commercial traveling man landed
at Edinburgh, Scotland, one Saturday
night, too late to get outof town for Sun
day. The next day he found that there
was actually no form of amusement In
the whole city to assist him in whlllng
away the day. He went to the pro
prietor of the. hotel to see if he could
suggest a way of passing the remain
der of the day.
Tbe landlord took pity on tbe stran
ger and took him to one of the rooms
In the house In which n number of
Scotchmen were playing a game called
"nap," which is a sort of modification
of "seven up." They were playing for
a shilling a point, so that the game was
a pretty stiff one. The stranger got in
the game and played very cautiously,
for he was quite sure that the players,
or at least some of them, were cheat
ing. One solemn faced Scot, he was
especially sure, he caught cheating a
number of times. He began whlsllng
a part of some vagrant tune. The Scot
who had been cheating arose from the
table and threw down the cards.
"What is the matter?" the other play
"I'm ganslu awa'," the Scot answer
ed, glaring at the stranger. "I'll play
cards wl' no mon that whustles on the
The way In which some artists pan
distort features without making them
unrecognizable Is certainly very re
markable. Thomas Nast possessed
this faculty to an extraordinary degree
and he had a very peculiar way of
adding new faces to his mental pho
tograph gallery. When a fresh sub
ject would arise In politics, for In
stance, he would invent some pretext
to call upon bim at his office or house
and hold him In conversation as long
as possible, studying his features.
When he took his departure he would
purposely leave his cane. Once outside
Nast would make a hasty pencil sketch
on a card and would usually find that
his memory was deficient as to some
dctalL lie would then return, ostensi
bly for the cane, and another look at
the victim would enable blm to per
fect bis sketch. After that be had the
When Joe Kcppler was alive be used
to make frequent trips to Washington
for the purpose of seeing statesmen
whom he wanted to draw. lie was
very clever at catching likenesses and
scarcely ever referred to a photograph.
A Famoni O a el.
A duel was fought in Texas by Alex
ander Shott and John S. Nott, Nott
was shot nnd Shott was not. In this
case It is better to be Shott than Nott.
There was a rumor that Nott was not
shot, but Shott avows that be was not,
which proves either that the shot Shott
shot at Nott'was not shot or that Nott
was shot notwithstanding.
I may be made to appear on trial
that the shot Shott shot shot Nott or, as
accidents with firearms are frequent, it
may be possible that tbe shot Shott
shot shot Shott himself, when the
whole affair would resolve Itself Into
Its original element, and Shott would
Le shot and Nott would be not.
We think, however, that the shot
Shott shot shot, not Shott. but Nott.
Anyway, It 5s bard to tell who was
Mexican Theater Etlqnette.
In a Mexican theater women always
go bareheaded and the men wear their
hats all the rime the curtain Is closed.
During the performance they remove
Freauentlx men rise In tbelr Beats
and sweep"" the " tiers" of" ooxesT witn
large glasses. It is considered some
thing of an honor to have the glasses
of a swell below leveled at your box.
Smoking is permitted in all theaters.
City of Mexico Correspondence.
To produce liquid glue which will
keep for years break pieces of glue and
place In a bottle with some whisky,
cork tightly and set aside for a few
days. This should be ready for use
without the application of heat, except
In very cold weather, when the bottle
should be placed in hot water for a few
minutes before using the glue.
Just a Way of Hers.
"You must not think, young man.
said the corn fed philosopher, "that a
young woman doesn't know anything
just because she has a habit of asking
foolish questions that give you a
chance to impart information with a
supeiior air." Indianapolis Press.
Lincoln on the Right to Strike.
Abraham Lincoln was as. fearless in
telling the truth as he was iu deuouue
ing what was false and wrong. He
made a speech in New Haven in regard
to a shoemakers' strike at that place.
The date was March 0, 1S00. Two
days less than a year afterward Abra
ham Lincoln was presideut of tlie Unit
ed States. Iu that speech he said:
"I am glad to see that a system of la
bor prevails iu New Kuglaitd under
which lalmrers can strike when they
want to; where they are not obliged to
work under all circumstances. 1 like a
system which lets a man quit when
he wants to and wish it might prevail
I'nfust taxation is larceny in t
form of law. The Republican part
flirhta the Income- tax leizislatlon
aaylnw. "Dnn'l tax un or we will He
If I am made ifrenldeRt. Ill hcgrln
punish liars on the spot. V-'llilaui
The Spirit of Freedom.
Kimr Louis NIV said. "The state I
afii the state." The aristocracy of Eu
rone savs. "The state we are the
state." True Americanism says, "We,
the neor.le we are the state." "We
rule by divine right," say the kings.
"All men are created equal all govern
ments derive their just powers from
the consent of the governed," says the
spirit of freedom, as declared by Jef
ferson and Lincoln.
I would not noil one American fo
II the trade of the orient. William
A Bil l SJcn.
. If the savins is true that when an at
torney loses his temper it's a sign he Is
going to lose his case, then Mark Han
na's party is In a bad wray.
Have Your Hand Read
By the Greatest Expert
LIFE'S SECRETS, LOVE'S MYS
TERIES, MARRIAGE. DIVORCE,
DISEASE, BUSINESS AFFAIRS. The
great Palmist uses magnifying glasses,
reading the palm, lingers, thumb and
NEVER MARRY A LADY WITH A
HAND LIKE THIS. YUK HAND
REVEALS YOUR WHOLE I IFE.
NEVER MARRY A MAN WITH A
HAND LIKE THIS.
To miss your calling in business is
bad: to miss jour calling in courting
and marriage is worse. It jou miss
this opportunity for a full life read
ing you may regret it. Crowds visit
the famous palmist. No Sunday bus
iness. Charges reduced to 60 cents.
Office rooms 1623 Third avenne, up
stairs. He has an able assistant.
THE HAN AN
Opposite Harper House.
A GOOD ADVERTISEMENT
Is the Work the British Doctors are Doing-
at 1 TOO Third Avenue, bj Ulrtng
Their Services Free for Three
Months, aad Thus Demonstrat
ing Their Ability to Cure
Many Maladies that
arc Called Incur
able. A staS of eminent physicians and
surgeons from the British Medical
Institute have at the earnest solicita
tion of a large number of patients un
der their treatment in this country,
established a permanent branch of
the Institute in this city at 1700 Third
avenue, overTremann's meat market.
These eminent gentlemen have de
cided to give their services entirely
free for three months (medicine ex
cepted) to all invalids who call upon
them for treatment between now and
No. 20. These services consist not
only of consultation, examination and
advice, but also of all minor surgical
The object in pursuing this course
is to become rapidly and personally
acquainted with the sick and afflicted,
and under no condition whatever will
any charge be made for any services
rendered for three months to all who
call before Nov. 20.
The doctors treat all forms of dis
ease and deformities, and guarantee
a cure in every case they undertake'
At the first interview a thorough ex
amination is made, and if incurable,
you are frankly and kindly told so;
also advised against spending your
money for useless treatment.
Male and female weakness, catarrh
and catarrhal deafness, cancer, with
out pain or cutting, rupture, all skin
diseases, and all diseases of the rec
tum are positively cured by their new
Dr. T. O. Felts, the chief consult
ing surgeon of the institute, assisted
by one or more of his staff associates,
is in personal charge.
Office hours from 9 a. m. till 8 p.
m. No Sunday hour?.
Special Notice If you cannot call,
send stamp for question blank for
Many of your friends, or people
whom you know of, have contracted
consumption or pneumonia by neg
lect of a simple cold or cough. Foley's
Honey and Tar a safe, sure and pleas
ant cough medicine, would have saved
them. It is guaranteed. For $a.le by
all druggists. ,
Ludolph & Reynolds, Attorneys.
State of Illinois, I
Rock Island County,
Ia tbe circuit court. In chancers. Partition
Andrew WoUenliaupt vs. George K.i Wolien
haupt, Mary Wollenbaupt. Anna WoblKCiile
eel. Catherine Kublman and William Kuuo.
Notice is berebv riven tbat bv virtue of a
decree 01 satlu court, entered la tbe above en
titled cause, on tbe First day of November,
A. D. 1MX). I Kb all. on Saturday, tbe First
day of December. A. D. laoo, at tbe bourof two
o'clock In tbe afternoon, at tbe East door of
tbe Court House. In tbe cltv of Rock Island, in
said county or Kock island, as directed by said
decree, sell at public auction to tbe blbest and
nest oiuaer tbat certain parcel or land, situate
in tbe County of Rock Island and Mate of Illi
nois, known and described as follows, to-wit:
Tbe Eist Tbirty-eiKht () feet of Lot Four
ft) In Block Twenty cm of tbe old Town of
kock island, in tbe City or Kock Inland, Coun
ty of Kock Island and Stste of 111 nois
Terms of Sa'e: One-tbird of tDe purchase
price of said cropertv shall be ua'd in casb.
one-tbird on or before nine months froi tbe
date of sale and one-tbird on or before eight
een months from tbe date of sale, provided,
however, tbat tbe party purchasing at such
vale may. If be so elects, pay tbe entire amount
in easn, oeierrea payments, if any. to bear in
terest at the rate of six (8 per cent per an
num. Dated at Rock Island. Illinois, this Ttlrd dav
r9 VT V... A Tfe 1 ril
..vwuiiscr, A. I J- 1WJ.
ELWIH E. PARMENTER,
Master In Chancery. Rock Island County. Ill
L.I-1M.I.CH SC KEVWOUM.
la over and Frazer can now sup
ply you with all kinds of Lehigh
Valley coal at a reasonable price.
An abundant supply of Pocahon
tas, Smokeless Coal, Cannel Coal
for grates and Soft Coal always '
E. G. FRAZER.
SHOE FOR MEN
and Calf at
10c AND 25c
J. P. 'Sexton-& Co.
1818 Second Ave.
Those Who Have
Been in our dressmaking establish
ment say they have been happily sur
prised tj see the high class of work
being done and the very moderate,
charges for the same. We will con
tinue to make garments for the pub
lic during the next two monthi at
least. We aro in a position to please
those who want something made (up
to date). However, 'we can onlv make
a limited number on account of not
having rooms large enough, and will
be compelled to turn away inauy who
we would like to accommodate.
We will continue to teach all who
come the "art of dressmaking." All
who wish to learn .to cut and lit 1. 1 1
classes of garments can bo accommo
dated at our school. Do not del ty,
but take advantage of this opportunity
of a life time. Visitors alwuys wel
come at the rooms.
C. B. WARD, Manager.
1719J Second avenue.
Searle & Marshall, Attorneys
State ofllllnols, 1
Rock Island County. ( ss-
In tbe Circuit Court in Chancery. Partition.
General No. 4Hi.
Annie Cbesebro. R. R. Cheebro. Charles ut
clifle, Carrie KulcllIe, Frederick Sun:i:iT,
Dorothy Sutcllne and fieorife nutoilffe. s.
Mary K Van ArHdel. Jainet W Van A r
del, Maj?s?le SutcJiile, badle lloldorf and
Notice is herebv iflven tbat bv virtue f a
decree of said Court, entered In tbe above en
titled cauMe, on tbe Thirteenth day of iie
tober. A. I. It), I shall, ou Saturday, (lie
Seventeentb day of November, A. L.. r.o.
at tbe hour of two o'clock In the afternoi: at
tbe Ceuri House. In tlie City of Kock Island. In
said county of Koek Island, as directed by mi I
decree. sHl at public auction to the highest and
best bidder for rs.sb only, tbat certain wn-rl
of land situalc in the County of Kock Kl tn'1
and btate of Illinois, known and deacrlbed as
Lot Fifteen fI5) In mock Three (to In J J i!e
Davenports Fourth Addition to the CI'viof
Dated at Rock Is. and. Illinois, this Fifteenth
day of Octooer. A. U . I.
El.WtW K. PiKMMTlH.
Master In Chancery, Rock Island County, ill.
Smki.e St M Au-n.i.i.
W. L. VANCE & CO.
234 &2Z5RIa;io Building, Chicago, 111.
Members of Chicago Board of Trade.
"Boy Wheat and Cora ot breaks."
Correspondence solicited. Orders ex
ecuted in 19 JO bushels and upwards oa