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;t !!K ilVirG! .H,: .TUESDAY., NOVEMBEli 3, 1891.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.
1 I I 17 AT V 1 1
I l f
Review of the Work of the Late
THE TICKETS IN ALL THE STATES.
A Few of the Claims Made by the
Prophets of the Two
Feature of the Fight in the Several
Commonwealth! New York, Maul
chnsetts, Ohio, Iowa and Fennsy lvanla
the Frlneipal Battlefields Unique
State of Affairs la New York A Vig
orous Canvass Frosccnted Everywhere
Strangle of the Women at Chicago
The National Issues Clean Cut In Ohio
Xew York. Nov. 3. A memorable cam
p Iga has closed with a flare of torch
lights and a blaze of eloquence, and these
are the men most interesetd in the out
come. Democrat. Republican.
Oovernor. ..R. P. Flower J. Moat Fasset
Uent. Gov.W. F. Sheehan...J. W. Vrooman
Sec State. . . Frank Rice ...... .E. F. O'Connor
Att'y tien'l.S. W. Rosendale.AV. E. Sutherland
OomtrUler. Frank Campbell.A. C.Wade
Treasurer.. Elliott Danforth.Ira M. Hedge
Eng.oi Sur. Martin Schenck-.V. Colvin
The campaign in this great political
battle ground has been decidedly unique.
Never have greater interests, from the
partisan standpoint, been involved; never
has a canvass been conducted with great
er earnestness and industry; never has a
fight been waged on such narrow issues.
World's Fair and Tammany.
"You lost the World's fair!" cried the
Democrats. "Ware the Tammany tl-'
Kerl" replied' the Republicans. National
Issues have not been prominent, although
everybody understands that the result of
this election may decide the presidential
em test next year. The situation is not
without other novel aspects. We
b-ho'd Grover Cleveland and George
William Curtis, the New York
Times and the Evening Post, arrayed
on opposite hides. The contest presents
every indication of uncertainty.
The reports are so conflicting and the is
sues and interests so diverse that those
best informed hesitate about making an
unprejudiced prediction. .
Work of the Leaders.
Fassett has spoken in nearly every coun
ty in the state aud conducted a vigorous
canvass in the metropolitan district, some
times making three or four speeches in
one night. He has had the solid backing
of his party, and Depew and Hiscock have
rendered service on the stump. Flower
has made speeches in the metroplis, and
has been assisted on the stump by ex-President
Cleveland, Governor Hill, Mayor
Chapin, and others. Sheehan has made
an industrious canvass of the state. The
County Democracy has nominated a local
ticket of it own and indorsed Flower.
Predictions as to the Result.
Ten supreme caurt justices and a legis
lature will be elected. A change in only
Ave districts will give the Republicans a
majority in the next assembly. Piatt
ays that the Republican majority will
bs 17.000, and Edward Murphy. Jr., of the
Democratic committee, said that the Dem
ocratic majority will be 60,000
Neither will give figures by counties,
that their gross figures cannot be an
alyzed. The Republican organs give Mr.
Fassett 13,000. Fassett, the Re
publicans - say, will have 12,000 more
than Miller above the Harlem, and Flow
er will have S3, 000 less than Hill below
the IUi-1. r ., vl'tcli gives Mr. Fii-ett 17,
000 majority. The Democratic prophets
give Flower larger majorities than Hill
and FaKsett less majorities than Miller
i.i every cminry. They thus get a Dem
ocratic majority of 60,000.
IN THE BUCKEYE STATE.
A Memorable Campaign on National Is
sues Points of the Contest.
CoLLiiiius, Njv. a One-eighth of the
popu'htion of Ohio is assembled about the
six or seven bills of Cincinnati. A large
plurality in tu;tt city, either way, will
probably settle the contest. Two years
ao Campbell curried Hamilton county
by 7,000. From the headquarters of the
Democratic committee the claim has been
made that Governor Campbell will re
ceive a plurality of 10,003 votes. This is
based on the assertion that the opposition
ti him in Hamilton county, which was so
pronounced in the baginain; of the cam
paign, has largely melted away, until
now it is claimed he will carry Hamilton
by 1,000 majority. On the other hand the
chairman of the Republican committee
claims a plurality of 20,000. This esti
mate makes McKinley carry Hamilton
county by 8.500. As to the legislature the
claims of the two leading parties are
about in the same proportion.
The Vrti Tliey Are Voting For.
The ii.- ti the I wo jjreiil perties are
- Republican. Democrat.
Governor. . .Win. .McKinley. .J. E. Campbell
Lieut. Gov.. A. L. Harris W. V. Marquis
State Tress. W. T. Cope V. F. Aclcriiisn
Att'y. Gen..J. K. Richards. ..J. P. Bailey
Auditor ...E. W. Poe T. E. PerkinhatiKh
Pub. Wks..C. L. Groce John McNamara,
Hup. Ju.dge.M. J. Williams... U. H. Wald
Bch'l Com..O. T. Borscm... ..C. C. Miller
Dairy Com.V. B. McNeal....IL S. Tranibo
John SeitJ!. the People's omduUte for
governor, thinks be is "in it," to the ex
tent of 2 0.000 votes. There is also a Pro
hibition ticket in the field.
Amenities of the Canvass.
Whatever tny be the result at the polls,
this campaign will go into history as the
most arnica bl 9 as well as one of the most
earnest and enthusiastic political contests
ever known in Ohio. It has been con
ducted on both sides with decency and
free from that indulgence in personal
abuse which has marked bo many previ
U. R. Gov't Rroort, Aug. i), 1889.
ous contests. Yet there has been no lack
it aggressiveness. The ciinpaign has
been fought on national issues almost
'xclusively. Silver aud the tariff have
leen the themes discussed on the stump
and in the public press, but state issues
have not Ixwti neglected.
As to Elections In Fast Years.
In the past thirty years Ohio has gone
Democratic seven times. The Republic
ans have not failed to carry the state at
every presidential election during this
period. In Governor Campbell re
ceived 10.S72 plurality. Last year the Re
publicans carried the state by 10,000, when
there were 74;!, ISO votes polled. It is be
lieved that 800,000 votes will be cast this
year. Political mathematicians of all per
si asions extract comfort from tnese fig
ures. The Australian blanket ballot will
be used for the first time this year, and
there art so many tickets in the field that
' prliticiaus are perplex! in the effort to
est imate its effect on the result.
. The United States St-natoi-shlp.
The prize of a United States sena
totship is involved in this election, and
should the Republicans be victorious a
vety interesting fight will be inaugurated
in the legislature between Sherman and
Fo -aker. Sherman is very strong in the
party and Foraker has a large and influ
ential following. As to the relative
ttrt ngth of the two men little can be
known definitely until the legislature is
chosen. In the event of the People's
par y having the balance of power in the
legislature, it is alleged that they will
vol for Foraker. "Anything to beat
Miei-man, is their cry. Shermsn and
. Foraker have been active on the stump
for .McKinley. Secretary Foster has also
contributed his quota of speeches.
A VIGOROUS FIGHT IN IOWA.
Prolibltlnn the Chler Bone of Conten
tion, Varied by the Tariff.
Df.3 Moines. Nov. a Iowa is voting for
these men today:
Governor Horace Boies.H. C. Wheeler
Lieut. Gov.....S. L. Bestow. (ieo. VanHouten
Sup. Judge L. O. Kinne .S. M. Weaver
Sup. I lib. Inst- J. B. Knorhler-Henry Sabin
Railrcad Com.. P. A. Day F. T. Campbell
I Governor Boies has made a vigorous
canvass, sometimes delivering three
speeches in one day. Wheeler, the Repub
, lican nominee, is not a speaker, but has
made a personal handshaking tour of the
state, and has had the services of able
s ump orators. The People's and Prohi-
, bition parties have also been actively at;
work. The Democratic managers claim
10.000 to 15 000 plurality; the Republicans
12,000 to a.,000.
A Very Hot Campaign,
The Democratic victory oftwovears ago
first astounded and then aroused of the Re
publicans. They entered this contest de
termined to regain their lost ground, and
the Democrats were no less determined to
retain 1 heir own ascendency. The result
has been a campaign of unprecedented
industry and activity. Iowa fairly sizzled
with excitement. The battle has been
fought on the tariff and prohibition is
sues, th.i latter having received by far the
most attention, the Democrats favoring
the repeal of the prohibition law, and the
I substitution of a strong license enact
ment. The Gronndswell or 1889.
In, '.88t Governor Boies was elected by a
plurality of 6,500. In round numbers he
received 180,000 votes. His vote was sub
stantially the same as that receeeived by
Cleveland in 1888, while the Republican
vote was leas than that cast for Harrison.
It is an interesting question what is to
become of these votes this year. There
has been a spirited contest for control of
NOTES ABOUT MASSACHUSETTS.
The Fight Waged on the Silver and Turin1
BOSTON, Nov. 8. These are the candi
dates who appeal for the suffrages of the
electors of Massachusetts:
Governor V. H. Allen.... W. E. RusselL
Lieut- lov W. H. Haile. . .J. W. Corcoran.
Sec.ot State.. W. H. Olin Elbri(leet'uhma,n
Treasurer (J. A. Marden. .J. S. tirinnell. .
Att'y lien A.I j. lllisbury.t;. M. Stearns.
Aud.tor J. W. Kimball. W. D. T. Irefry.
The Prohibition and IVople's parties
also have full tickets in the field. The
Prohibition itts have made a vigorous can
vass, with the assistance of Rev. Sam
Sui.tll aud other outside orators. This
has been essentially a stump speech cam
paitrti Allen, lde, Hoar, Crapo, and
ex Speaker Heed neve held forth lor the
Republicans and Russell, Corcornn and
Roger Q Mi Us have held aloft the Demo
Principal Issues Debated.
The acme f excitement was reached at
the Lode-P.ussell joint debates, which
elevated the cone of the canvass if they
did not affect the result. The tariff and
silver qnestiens have been the themes on
every platform. Both parties declare for
sound mooe;-, but the Democrats have
viigoronsly assailed the Republican silver
legislation of the last congress. The tidal
wave of last year carried Governor Run
sell into the execntive office with a plu
rality of 9,00). The remainder of the
Democratic t cket was defeated by from
VH to e,1. A legislature will also be
elected. The Republicans had a majority
of forty-one in the last house, while the
senate was a tie.
PROSPECTS IN PENNSYLVANIA.
They Depend tn the Politics of the Has
Who 1 oes the Predicting.
llAWtlsBUltG, Pa., Nov. 3. Pennsyl
vania's state ti :ket is a Bhort one, but the
campaign has leen long and bitter:
Auditor General.. -D. M. Uregg.-R- E. Wright
KtateTreasurer....J.W.Morrison.A. L. Tiluen
The result lar gely depends upon the vote
of Philadelphia. The Democrats hope! to
reduce the normal Republican pi urality
in Philadelphia and have conducted a
vigorous can? pai go in that city on both
the local and state tickets. Senator Quay
says: "We have nothing to fear on elec
tion day, I think ( save apathy on the Dart
of Republloan voters,""-; Chairman iSerr
thinks bis adversaries havs something to
fear from Democratic aggressiveuess.
Not Agreed as to the Issue.
"Bardsleyisni" was the issue vigorously
and persistently pressed by the Demo
Crats. The Republicans disclaimed re
sponsibility (or Bardsley'a peculations
and made the fight largely on national
Usues. Governor Pattisou took his stand
ou the alleged frauds in the treasurer's
office. The influence of the Independent
R.-publicaus of Philadelphia is an un
known quantity which peiplexes the pol
iticians. The preposition for a constitu
tional convent icn does not seem to be
thoroughly tindzrstootl by the people, and
it is difficult to predict the result of the
vote ou that question.
LONG TICKET IN NEBRASKA.
Some Humors in the Lucal Campaign at
Omaha, Nov. 3. There has been no pop
ular uprising or partisan enthusiasm in
this state this year. Here are the state
Supreme .ludire. J. H. Brutuly...A. M. lwt
1st lint, of fniv.F. A. BmKan...ll.P. Shumway
Sid lint, "f L'niv.Capt. lleuniKer.Charles Maple
A short ticket, tint it is tstietibed out
to phenomenal proportions when lbs six
ereiht iity and county tickets are at
taciied. The blanket ballot law decrees
that each ballot must have blauk space
equal to the amount of printing. The re
sult resembles a tape measure. '
Mark Twain's "iteuiis" for Mayor.
The humors of the local campaign have
in a measure compensated for political
stagnuUou in thestate. Henry O.stufI, the
Democratic noint nee for mayor of Omaha,
was the lessee of 1 he hotel which, five orsix
ye irs aeo, becam known as the"Pi-esident
H iyes Saloon," and which caused that gen
tleman so much annoyance. The Repub
lican candidate is George P. lie mis, who
cut a number of commercial figures in
Mark Twain's "Roughing. It," and is a
nephew of George Francis Train. Bemis
went around the world with George Fran
cis Train as Train's private secretary.
THE WOMEN AT CHICAGO.
They Will Try to Vote, but Their Totes
Will He Kejected.
Chicago, Nov. 3. In view of the su
preme court's decision Saturday on Mary
A. Abreu's petilioa to be allowed to reg
ister, which was adverse to that lady's
ambition, Judge Scales found himself re
lieved from rendering an opinion in bis
decision on like petitions filed by Flora
Tobin, Anna Satterfield, and Mrs. .Tenks,
The interested parlies were in court yes
terday, however, and Judge Scales en
tered a formal order denyiugthe petitions
and giving the plaintiffs thirty days in
which to appeal, although the appeal may
not be made.
Order of Election Commissioners.
The election commissioners adopted in
structions to preciuct election officers to
tiie effect that all votes offered by wom
en today must lie rejected. Notwith
a anding these instructions and the action
of the supreme court it is understood that
attempts will be made to vote by cer
tain women, as there is some quiet talk
of carrying the quesi ion to a still higher
tribunal, that of the United States su
preme court. ,
In the State of Senator Gorman.
BALT1MOUK, Nov. 3 These names are
printed on the Australian ballots in this
" - Democrat. Republican.
Oovernor ...Frank Brown. -W. . Vannort
Att'y tieueral . ..1. I. 1'oe ll. M. Sharp
Cl kCt Appeals.J. Frunkford...E. B. Abell
Comptroller. ....M. D. Smith J. MacDonald
The cauipaigu has been been fought on
national issues principally, and the "force"
bill and the tariff have borne the brunt of
the fray. Both gubert atoriai candidates
have made a personal canvass of the state.
The legislature will elect Uui:ed States
Senator Gorman's successor.
. Jersey Has an Klectlon, Too.
THESTON, Nov. 3. This is what ia
known as an 'off year" in New Jersey, as
only members of the legislature are to be
voted for. The last senate contained 14
Democrats and 7 Republicans. Seven
senators are to be elected this year. Two
of the retiring senators are Republicans
and 5 are Democrats. In order to retain
control of the senate the Democrats need
elect only 3 new senators. The Repub
licans must elect 6 to gain a majority. An
entire house of assembly will be elected
today. The last bouse contained 40 Dem
Ocl'ULS aud '20 Republicans.
I-lttle Kxeiteineiit in Kansas.
Topek A. Nov. 8. Kansas elects town
and county officers, and does not display
much excitement about it, although con
siderable interest has lieeu developed in
sumo localities. In the majority of coun
ties Republican, Democratic and Alliance
tickets are la the field. There is some
fusion between Democrats and the Alli
ance, but the Democratic state committee
disclaims all responsibility for it. There
has been no great evpenditure of elo
quence. Mississippi nrtd tiie Allinnee.
Jacksox. Nov. 3 The chief interest in
the election in this state is centered in the
fUbt of the Alliance against United
States Senator George, who refuses to
support the sub treasury scheme. His
opponent, for the senate is Maj ir Barks
dale, who has gone into the Alliance.
Virginia Fleets a Legislature.
Richmond, Nov. 3 Notwithstanding
Mahone's appeal for a policy of total inac
tivity a number of Republicm legislative
candidates have been nominated in this
slate. There has been little interest in the
election campaign; indeed, there has
hardly been a campaign at all.
Quiet Affair In Colorado.
DENVEU, Nov. 3. There has been no
"fuss and feathers" over the election in
this state, as ouiy a chief jU-iiH! is to be
elected. These are the candidates: Jo
seph C. Helm, Republican; Luther M.
Goddard, Democrat. .
Elections for Congressmen.
Washington, Nov. a There are eight
vacancies in the house of representatives.
Four of the vacancies occur in the New
York delegation alone, one by death (Gen
eral Hpinoln) Rnd throe by resignation.
The death of General Lee makes one va
cancy in the Virginia delegation, that of
Mr. Ford oue in the Michigan delegation.
The other vacancies by death are those of
Mr. Gamble, in South Dakota, and Mr.
llouk, in Tennessee. S.-ven of these
vacancies willba filled in today's elections.
A successor to General Lee will be chosen
later in the month. - '
Five men were, killed and several in
jured during a riot at a Farmers' Alliance
meeting in lattle Rock. Ark.
No one doubts that Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy really
cures Catarrh, whether the
disease be recent or of long
standing, because the makers
of it clinch their faith in it
with a $500 guarantee, which
isn't a mere newspaper guar
antee, but " on call " in a
That moment is when you
prove that its makers can't
cure you. '
The reason for , their faith
Dr. Sage's remedy has
proved itself ' the right cure
for ninety-nine out of one
hundred cases of Catarrh in
the Head, and ' the World's
Dispensary Medical Associa
tion can afford to take the
risk of your being the one
The only question is are
you willing to make the test,
if the makers are willing to
take the risk ?
If so, the rest is easy. You
pay your druggist 50 cents
and the trial begins.
If you're wanting the $500
you'll get something better
Is not a cormetic in the sense In which thst term
Is popularly osed, but permanently beautifies. It
crrab-s s toil, moots clear, eive.y skin, and by
daily use gradually makes 'he complexion several
shades whiter. It Is a corstant protection from
the effects of sun and wind and Dreventa snn
barn and freckles, and blek heads will never
come wbde yon nse It. It cleanses the face far
better man soap ana water, nounsnes ibe skin
tissues and thus prevents the formation of wrink
les. It gives the freshness, rlesrnets sod smooth
ness of kin that jou had when you was a little
girl Every lady, yonuK or old, vugbt to nse it,
as it gives a more jotthful ai'sesracce to any
powder or a'kali, aud Is as harmless as drw snd
a- roun-nme to toe s sin as aew is to tne nower,
Price $ 1 OO. at slldtumlxts and hair dn smirs.
or at Mrs. Gervaipe Graham's tstahlisnirenr, 103
Post street, San Francir-co, wbeie she treats la
difs for ail blemishes cf the fece or figure. La
dies at a distance treated by letter. Seed stamp
for her little book "How to be Beautiful "
SAMPLE BOTTLE mailed fr. e to any ",ad on
receipt of lOcentsia stamps to ray for postage
aua pscauig. iauy agents wanted.
Cures the worst cases of Freckles, Sunburn,
bailowneta. Moth-notches. Pimnlee. and all skin
blem.rhes. Price 91.60. Harmless and ef
fective. No sample can be sent. Lady agents
THE DRUGGIST in tb'.s town who first orders
a bill o' my preparations will have b s same ad-
ara 10 tnis advertisement.
My preparations are for sale, by wholesale
orugu.is in umcago aao every ciiy west ol It.
: Shirt Factory :
"We are now prepared to take
your measure and make
, AND BIT
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
All kinds of Repairing done.
Also agent for Rockford Clothing Company.
Flue custom-made pants from S3 to f 10.
1609 Second Avenue, Bock Island.
Over Loosley's Crockery store.
For Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Dcga, Ecg .
800 Pace Beak on Treatment ef Aalaaula
and Chart Meat Free.
7?" 5 Jeers,ConBeetlenaJuaBimatIe
B. H r-tralaa, Unetns, Kheanati
C. C. lllntemrer. Nasal Illscbarttcs.
I-l. Bota er grabs. Warms.
;r I,?,""" rsrssisill.
olle er Ctrl-tea, Bellyache.
(-.O. Zniacarrlace. Lleaaorrhaces.
U.U.triaary mu Kidney Diseases.
ErflBvlve Diseases, Manse.
J. K.. Diseases of DisesUea, Paralysis,
single Bottle (ovee SO dosesX - ' . ,ga
Stable Case, with Specifics, Manual.
Veterinary Cure Oil and Medlcatoiv 87.00
Jar Veterinary Care Oil, . . jgo
8pld bv Drnaeists; or Sent Prepaid an where
and m any quantity on Eeceipt of Prioa.
HtTMPHBEYS' KEDIOIIB 00, '
Corner William and John Bts,, New Vork,
SPECIFIC Na.fi fi
" ob obit suooBMftd remsdr far
Ntos Debility, Vital Weakness,
Sou BTbiuraaiMrs. or sent postpSd oil nSflot
tfprlcev-HUnlPHRlTS' MED&1BE CO . P
. Oo. William and John gta, H. Y.
l 9 I
No. 1804 Second Aven
This firm have tiie exclusive Bale for this county
JPietrjos etrcl Organs,
WEBER, 8TU YVES ANT, DECKER BROS., WHEELnn
.ESTEY, AND CAMP & CO.'S PIAK0S,
And the ESTEY, WESTERN COTTAGE and FAR
RAND & VOTEY ORGANS.
ETA full line also of small Musical merchandise.
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manufacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WA6GB
Afill and complete Hne of Platform and
w iiitid uiub.ci superior woiirBcnip
XKC0BFO&AT3D UKDKB TUB STATU LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
BOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
Osea dally from a, m. to 4 p. m., and Satttrdsy evenings from 1 to 6o'cct.
FIT pet cent Interest paid on Deposits. Monev loaned on Personal, Col
lateral, or Real Estate Security
B. P. KBTNOUM, rrae. W O. DINK MANN, Tloe-Pres. J. K. BUFORD, Oukat
P. I Kltcasll, P. Bevnolds, P. C. Denkmaan. John Crnbangh. H. P. Hall,
PnU.MltchtU, I.. Simon, X. W. Harst, J. M. Baford.
Jacksos A Huaer, Solicitors.
M Befaa assise ss Jaly 8, 1860, ar.d occupy the southeast corner of II !tcbr 11 Jt Lnie t w
'" Ti-'f t f iii rr "-' ' :j - ' .- i
. C. O. D.
- . 221 and 223
v AL Laandry Work done on short notice.
A specialty of Dress Skirts.
Prices as Low as the Lowest.
jjOTicB or Dissolution.
KotlCS is liereiv tvn that th. n,naKln
heretofore existing between the undersigned as
Joseph A Levtn is this (lav dissolved by muinal
const nt, Kdward I. Leveen hss fall p wer and
satnority lo collect all acconou doe said late firm
and do any oiher sot necessary in closing ip the
business of t aid firm. . . .
Dated at Bock Island. 111.. Oct tOth, 1891.
DWAKD I. LIVE EN.
gytmsmmi III! II II ll ll II
We have i
i oar employ a rb ?xu
ctber 6p.ii g Wipe nf, cfftciany at iptro totk
Jllustoud 1'rke Lin frtrob
Ee the MOLINA WAGtN btfere pur(.hapiL'.
pkcial Taxation 2otics.
Notice is lii.reliy uiveu to a.i ircre.iu.inir:t
that the citv connnl of th.-city of Rork
bavinf by ordinance inwxd J u y 6, .'1. c-nitrK
tbat'rbird avmue from the a-: "" .' 1''i'y
fonrth to thi wtL lite of Nialh .Trtft.
t cntbstrovt fnm the ti jrtli iL. f 1 :" "
to the north line of Ttird it.c .-mdtf'.-i-
between Eikrhueinh scd Nim t.i a: :-. ' c:
Secotd and Ihird avcnJi-i1 froai u:f -u ji Of
ec-ndavenne to the iior:li in.' i f T..:r lt::t
in me c-ty ot nura i.:ainj. i-t., j -enrb
stouei, excavated and fcrr.Al. .n-rr tt:
ptved with pavmj Irict, r
faid or ritiance for said imprev.riert ! -a
In the office of the city clerk or Td ri: . c 1 -city
has applied to the county ceur: i t Hut w
an coiiiif'. 1 1 m f;t an a-tt :i ;'7
of Uie cs's tf Kr:i J imt-rcvrni' :i- i:; t -the
lott ami parte of lot aiid ir:' ij'''6'
tiunous to the 'in-of aid :irc-' ' '
ordttanee ordered to b rotTirnrTe.-:, t ir;
tion to the fr;utai:e of -icli !:-. f 'fc
t.acts of land upon the im;-r.ivciiK-ii -" c:-'-.
to bj constnict-d asnforcral'!; n i i---
thereof htins beenmnde ut.d n--ur!irJ
cour-, the final heariin; tli r uu . ill u
November term of ul co;irt, -or.nm :x i-t
th day of ovemlvr, A. 1 -sit.
All peisons dei-iiic. may then t.J 1iitt
and make th ir dt-'e:ie j,
l-s'ed at Reck Ifland, Ml r..d. tM-:'i W
Oetober, A. I). ISM.
WILUAM A.S' liMUT.
R. A. I NAl-nSvi.v.
gPECTAL ASSESSMENT NOTICl
.iii. i. h.n.k in all nern tntrrf-
thst the el'y culcIToi the ci-y of Hoci H
having ordt-red 'hat tne coat of il. ' . .
a sevtcr oil 1 hilieut.i st t N : - v , ',J
Pifth svennes wi h a lateral brrn- h r. - J,
liettrtenThirJ arid Fourl i a.cni-c .. 1
Tbirtetnih and FourUrnlh t ie. it. " ' "'.!;
pllel to the conn'y court of hock !ht-o
la the statu of Illinois, for aa '"'" 11 l"J , ',
costs of said improvement accords , tfi
at d, aa assessme'it Wen-of havitj.' "TIL
retnrned lo sstd coort, the nual b. inr,ii
will be had at me November term ol :"
commencing on the 9.b dv of Novcinii.
A 11 persons desirinz may then snd ii' PPei'
and make their dtfeuw. . j 5f
Dated at Reck l.land, Illitois, this a at
October, A. D.lJi. iv.tu.
J. E. K'I,.-v8
E E. PAHMtTE-l-oniniiM'tfr
ljSeafcaesa. stmsnm ?,.,!r.is1
the train of evils from earlr ermrsor later e
the rssolu of overwork, sitsnewi. T..ry. e-tri
sue n tb. developiaent, and Jus g ostsr1
onna and portion of the body- Sin-p. u
metnods. Immediate Impnutno'ii' "' 'luuM
Impossible. t.Olil) references. B.-' Jv'l
and proofs mailed (sealed) free. AddJ'ss y
HI MKOIOAL CO.. BUFFALO."