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THE AUGIXS,' FRIDAY. XOYEMliJKK 4, 1892.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Hook tai-AWDCouirrT. I
In the trcuil Court of the September Term,
A D. In Chancer;.
Alber M. Little, t. Ioeph K. Little, Andrew J.
Little. Itunean D Little. Sarah C- L'oyd and
Nellie K Mnnnel. Pirtitton.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue or a decree
of said court entervd in the above entitled canoe
no the fourth day of Octo , A . D.1,I shall,
on Wclnday the Se.-ond diy of November. A.U.
a' the hour of tvo'cicc i'l the afternoon. at
the u irtb doir of the c mrt hou in tie city of
Rock I -.Ian in ai 1 county, to iliefy said decree.
Belt at p-inlic auction to the bWhjwt and bet hid
der for i ah in band. thoe c rt-in parceVof land
ait'ia'ed ii. the countv of Hoc' lelauJ and state of
Illinois, kr own nd d.-fcrbt-d follows, to-wit:
Tuer"U-b half (H)of tie fonthwest quarter ()
of section tent-.-even. 27); also one 1 acre
on' o the et part of the sou;heat quarter
o( tut n"rt'.wtft qa-rtor of section thLty-
four. (' -ti : ts- the r.ortbwet qua'ter of tt.e
nr"iea.t q'larter and the iioitheast qmrter
V) ot the nnrtnwre' quarter (i4 of said ection
Mi r-y four, (34V, a'l in townsuip sixteen, 18)
nort .. i f raime foar, 4, west of the Fourta pna-mrtdl-n
lare.t at Kock Island. 11L, this 8tU day of Octo
ber A. I ISM. . ,
t.rf-JK-tC F. ROTH, Soec'al Commissioner.
Jack!) A UuR-vr, Sol.citors for Complainant.
K-tAU of J-.aenh Kinnan. deceased.
Th. fm.1ritmrt having been anDOinted execu
tor of the last will and testament of Joseph
Kinnui. late of the county of Koca isiai.u
i .t- m Iilinoio. dereaiaed. hereby idves notice
that he will appear before the county court of
Bock Island county, at the odlce of the clerk of
amcourvin ine city or rtoca ibiiuu.h iu" " "
a- um. on the first Monday In January next
at wMch time all persona hiving claims airalnst
aid estate are notuJed and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. AU
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
mak-j Immediate payment to ine ramBninucu.
Kated this 1st day of November, A. D. 189i.
J S. MATTHEWS, Executor
Rotate of Ellen Mldldebam. Deceased.
TH nnilniiraed. having been appointed e
euror of the last will and testament of Kllen Mid
dlehara. late of the county of Kock Islana, stale
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice mil ne vn
apear before the county court of Hock Mai
county, at the office of the clerk of said conrt, t
ttie citv cf Kock Island, at the January, term.t
the First Monday in January next, at which tiu.c
ali jeroiii navlllK claims aainsi saiu emit on
notidetl anu requesteil to atlena ior tne punoeo
havlni: thesamo adjusted. All persons inu.-oie
U) said etate are requested to make immeaiil
paymru to the unaersiLTiea.
Dated this 1'ud day o' N'ovpmh -r. A. D. 18!.
ffM. CI'VVS'ON'K, E .ecutor
J. K. Ilidlowbosh, M, I, Geo, K, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PJIV-H'IVn AND UKO'.iiXS,
o tire 4r.-)d t. Tcli phone KM
KeeidencerJl'Jlstst. 1 IS
Dr. tiar h I lie. Ilollowhnsh
.t to 10 a. m. 10 to !- a. m,
1 to 2 and 7 to ( p.m. I i to 5 at d 7 to p. m.
dr. chas. m. jaoBnsrsoisr,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
office McCullouh Buildinj;. 144 V. 3d 8t.
DAVENPORT, I A.
Uo irs: 9 to 11 air ; 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mtrrs, M. D. ieo. W. Wheeleb. M. D,
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Har!rv ftn1 t.' of tVorar-D
OfUce over Krell & Math s. Te'ephone 1U3.
oprii E hours:
Oil. MTRRS I IHl. WUEBLKR.
0 to 1 J a. m I 8 ?o VI a m.
lto5 r.d 7 to 9 p. m 11 to 3 and 7 to 0 p. m
tea. telephone lOi). Ke. telephoue. 110.
STATE SAVINGS BANK,
Hollo e, HI.
OUee Corner Flftee-.tb street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 1889
5 mcm.l!iTEBEST;PAID (DEPOSIT!'
Organised under State Liws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., and Wednesday ,auil
Saturday nlhta from 7 to 8.
Pobtbk Ski-imxp. - - President
H. A. AmswoRTH, - - Vice-President
C. F HiniNwtT, - - '.a Cashier
Porter .Skinner. ,j W. W. Wells,
C. A. Kose. ; A. Ainsworth,
O. II. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
AnJrew Fribertf, '. F. Ilemenway,
GUA.U A.N TEED
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State'1 Bank
of ORCUARI), NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell & Lvnde Hankers
J. F. Koblnnou, Castier Hock Island National
!. t:. Carter, l . D. "
Il-.-nry Iarfs Soi.s. Wholesale Qrocers.
lTTi)HNEV AT LAW-Offlce in Mitchell &
L Lynde'e new block.
JACKSON A- HCK8T,
TTOKMEYb AT LAW. Office in Rock Islacr"
L Satiou l. Bant Uuildiui;. Rock Island, III.
O. U. WAMfMB.
SVTiiENfil & WALkEIi,
ATTORNEYS AND COTJNS3LBORS AT LAW
:mce In BcnEsu;,ii idoek. I toes Island, IU.
McENIKY & McENlRV,
TTORNKT'S AT LAW Loan money on ifood
it sicarity.mak-5 collections. - Kofarence, Mitch
ellA Lynde. bankers. OfT.eo In Postoftice block.
S. W. UDELL,
1 TTORNES" AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
!i. and during the past two years with the firm of
trowuiiig A Entrikn at Moline, has now opened
in office in ths auJitorium building, room 5, at
' C. J- Sea rle. S. W. Searlb.
SEARLE & SEARLE,
TTORNEtS and Counsellors atLawfand fo
licitors In Chancery ; office Buford'a block,
ock Island. '
A. D. HUESING.
Reprdsems. amo othi;r tirae-trled ana vi
kcown Ftrelnsurtr.ee Ojmpacies be following:
Koyal Insurance oom;ny, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company ot ri . Y.
Baffalo German Ins. Co., Bu3alo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y.
CiLUena Ins. Co., of Piusargh, Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
.4Aenritv Ina. (!r. New Hiveii. Oonn.
illlwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oi.. Milwankee, Wis
Serman rirelns. Co.. of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
ras racB mm,
Re(. resenting over 40 Million Dollars
of Cabq assets. "
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bands of Suretyship.
OFFI CE Room 31. Mitc'.ie'l A Lynde's block,
rtork lslana. Ills.
ra?decure our rates: they will int-jres you.
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rittca as low a- any reliMhltj company cm' afforil
Your Patronage i- solicited.
R, M. PEAROE,
Ho-im iJ iti Hitchell & Lynde's new;bloca
OR. J. Li HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the ne
.o 1716 Second aven l. over Krell t Math's.
JRS , B1CKEL &SGHOEMAKER
Iitcbel! &. Lynde's Black. Rooms 29-31
GEO. P. STAUDUH AR.
Plans and superintendence for all claas of
Room 5S and 5f, Mitchell A Lynde balldlng
- e. c. frazer r 1 X ,
ook's Cotton Root
JUDGE ALTGELP ON SCHOOL BOOKS.
B TJndentavnda sh Watata of the Teaeb
erm as Well aa the Fuptla.
For six years of his life Judge Altgeld
was a school teacher in Illinois and Mis
souri. - He understunli the wants of the
school teachers as well as the scholars
and their parents in the matter of school
buildings, school teachers and esjvcially
6chool books. He has taken occasion as
opjxirtunity has afforded to point out
Hie necessity for a uniform system of
It has been suggested that a law might
be passed that would enable the uni
formity of text books, to be established
throughout the state. Judge Altgeld
has said in regard to this, that he would
certainly throw nothing in the way of
any measure designed to minimize the
cost of the books co children.
"I have especial sympathy nrith those
children in the country who are com
pelled to travel long distances to school
over bad roads in the winter time, and
I think that of all classes of school chil
dren their wants should lie considered
with the greatest care. Many children
in the country are deprived of the priv
ilege of attending school at times, be
cause of their inability to procure school
books. 'With a compulsory education
law, sucli as we have now, the state
ought to take particular care to see to
it, that while it compels a child to attend
school that in doing so it does not inflict
unnecessary hardship upon the parents."
Judge Altgeld has also uaid that he is
disposed to look with favor upon any
reasonable plan whereby the state might
prepare a system of i. x Ixioks, if in the
legislature such a la a- could be made
practical in its workings.
GET OUT A FULL, VOTE.
Work for I tfiiiorruta
r It Will Win.
One of the mot important iliings to
l.ie looked nfter in the approaching elec
tion, is i he tolling of a full vote by the
Democracy. It is evidei.t that the Dem
ocrats can carry the slate .'or Imth the
state and li iii.iiial tickets i thev get all
their vott s in the box. The work of
getting out a iiiii vote ilepends mainly
Un the local eommitlee:iieii, and their
preparalions hot:ld he so complete that
not a singii' vou- be lost. It is to be
4Uplosed that every school l:-rict com
mitteeman Ii:ls his lis: complete, anil
that he will warn every Democrat in his
territory of the importance of voting
at.il voting early, l living himself ample
time, lie should .entl foreverv Democrat
of whose coming he has the slighte
doubt. Township committeemen slum
see that this work is thoroughly don
and if it is done. Illinois will he found
in the Lieuiocratie column, l.ememuer
the poles open at 7 o'clock in the morn
ing and close at 5 in die afternoon
The Democratic tarty has met the
tones, the federalists, the wnigs, the
knowiiothings. It disitersed all of them
and it will disperse and disband the
Republican partv. The reason it has
lived to do this is found in the fact that
It stands for freedom and that all of its
optonents have stood for sonie form of
desxitism. On the tariff, the force bill
and the school question the Democrats
stand for freedom. Democracv will
last as long as this government lasts and
when it disappears it will reappear to fire
the souls of patriots who will lead the
people to freedom. Effingham Demo
Suppose Mr. Harrison had a force bill
to control elections. Could we hojte for
him to use that power more fairlv
against opjtosition parties than he used
his power in packing his own tarty con
vention with his . office holders? Not
much. If Harrison had succeeded in
getting the force bill enacted into a law
it would have been useless for the Dem
ocrats to make a campaign. The return
ing boards would have counted them
out. Joliet Signal.
Hon. liufus N. Ki'nisey is making a
vigorous campaign lor state treasurer.
Mr. IJanisey is a tine sH;nker and takes
well wherever he gttes. His record as a
county ofiieer, and as a member of the
legislature is without a fl-.tw, and his
known sympathy with the masses have
brought to his side thousands of Repub
licans, dissatisfied with the record of
his opiKiiient, Henry L. Hertz, coroner
of Cook county.
The I'n-sent K-ulli-ui Position.
The present Republican position is an
extravagant jterversion of the principles
and piirjiosesof protection as formulated
and advocated by anti-Democratic forces
from the Iteginning of the government
down to the inauguration of Benjamin
Harrison, a terversion that is daily driv
ing the best elements of that tarty over
to the Democracy. Elmira (5. Y.) Ga
zette. Senator Shelby M. Culloin, who spoke
here yesterday for protection, is remem
bered by the coal miners as the man who
vetoed a truck siore bill passed by the
legislature in 1S70. when he was Gover
nor of this state. The same Cuilom is
the official agent of the Twine Trust in
the United States Senators. Hillsboro
In the last issue ttf the Journal of the
Knights of LaUir, Master Workman
I'owderly says: "We are told that wages
have advanced, but for the life of me I
cannot find a man whose wages have
been increased by the tariff. It has
nothing to do with the increase in
wages." Joliet Record.
A recent discovery by an old
physician Snccessf nllv nsed
r ontbly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
s-fe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of un
nrinclnled drneifista who of.
fer inferi.ir medlcim-a in olnre of this Aak far
Cook's Oottoh 'iooT Compound, tike no subii-f month
inte, or inclose II ana n ce t in postage In letter,
and Wrt will send, scaled, by n tnrn mail Fall
sealed particulars in ulain envelope, to lad e
only, stamps. Addrc-s
fUM) LILLY CCI'AXY,
No. 8 Kislier Block. O. tmi. Mich.
Boll in Ilor.k Island v Vl.ir-ha l A Ki.h..i "a
per QoHse. Harts A Bahnsen 2 nh street and So
ave., aid drugKiaie everywhere.
John P. lngalls, in his late Kansas
speech, takes a column of minion to tell
what sort of a man Harrison is. Cam
eron has done so in language that wili
become historic. He says: "Harrison is
a chump." Aurora News.
The Globe-Democrat said at the time
of the nomination, that Wnitelaw Reid's
nomination was a mistake, which is
true, as the election wul show next
Comrade Reid's war record seems to
be chiefly made up of his abuse of Lin
coln and Grant in his correspondence to
the Cuiciunati Gazette. Monticello
ra iNronsnm tu
False modesty ia no defect of the Devon
shire character. As was observed by a de
voted patriot at one of those metropolitan
reunions where men of the west foregather,
"This empire of ours may, broadly speak
ing, be said to consist of Devonshire." A
wag bas remarked that what Devon thinks
today not ody else thinks tomorrow. That
is probably an exaggerated view of the
situation. Bnt the west country man, like
the Lancastrian, has a sublime belief in the
superiority of bis own land. He regards
the outer world, to employ the words of
that authority whom I have already
quoted, as "tacCed on to form a kind of
make weight." Compliments upon beauty
of the coast line and balminess of atmos
phere he receives with a gracious self pos
session. Of course it is beautiful of course
it is balmy. It is Devonshire.
The patriot swells with pride that his
streets are built of limestone instead of
"horrid buric;" that his womenkind bake
puddings instead of bread; that he sell
his fruit by the quart instead of by the
pound, and that his butter, eggs and cream
cannot be excelled in the civilized world.
If you ask him now it is greengages are
not perfected as in other places, he retorts
by asking you what cherry growing conn
try will produce his "brandy muzzards
or where cider and perry can be found of
that Samson strength which baffles th
sspirat ions of temperance reformers. Lon
fie Must Come Tlonoralile.
Thomas elsor: I'age says that some
years ago he was shown a worn and faded
letter written on old Confederate paper
with pale Confederate ink. It had been
taken from the breast pocket of a dead
private soldier of a Georgia regiment after
one of the battles around Kichmond.
It was from his sweetheart. They must
have been plain and illiterate people, for it
was badly written and badly spelled. In
it she told him that she loved him; that
she had always loved him since they had
gone to school together in the little school
house in the woods; that she was sorry
she had always treated him so badly, and
that now, if he would icet a furlough aDd
come home, she would marry him.
Then, as if fearful that tins temptation
miK'ht. prove too strong to lie resisted, she
scrawled a little postscript across the blue
"Don't come without a furlough, for if
vou don t come honorable I won't marrv
An t:sy Going Kailrod.
Probably the most accoinniodrtt ing rail
wav line in the world is the little narrow
gauge I'ridgton and Saco River railroad.
A Chicago couple who tooK a trip to
Hriiltrton recently were much surpri--d at
the moderate pace made bv t he train, t"it
their surprise was increased when the
train was brought to a full stop and the
engineer, fireman, conductor and brake-
man walked back along the track to look
at a brindle cow that hail been unwise
enough to cross lust a heat! oi tno engine
and was toppled over a small embank
lnent. The shock was not enough to kill
her, ntid the trainmen squandered several
minutes debating whether it would !e Itest
to knock her in t he head anil end her suf
ferings. Hut the animal got on her feet
without assistance and convinced them
that she was good for another long lease
of life. Finally the train resumed its jour
The next dav. when the Chicago visitors
were making the return trip, as they ap
proached the scene of the mishap of the
previous day. one of them laughingly re
marked, "I wonder if they will stop the
train to make inquiries about that old
cow." The words were hardly spoken
when the brakes were applied and the
train stopped long enough for the en
gineer to exchange greetings with a
farmer in a corn field, who imparted the
valuable information that the cow was
still alive, and aside from a broken born
didn't appear to be injured much. Lewis
ton CMe.) JournaL
A -tal f-V.A. r.DC A T CITDCDIADITV U
STRENGTH, FLAVOR & CHEAPKF.st
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
V.y doctor says It acts irentlv on the stomach, liver
anil kidneys, and Isa pli-asant laxative. This d-tnk
Is rinde Imm lnrls and la prepared for use as easily
as tea. It iMcalti'tl
All rirUCTClfftftflell It nt ntirl Iior naftcniyn
fttiy nm ftxlar- Lunr' Fmll Mfdiolm- rno.r
hf ho el f?arL dav in oWit to Lc i u!th - till
THE MOLINE WAGON
TMMoline Waf on Co,
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAQQS
a inn ana complete nne ot i iatrorm anfl other Sjtrir-e Wagocs, espec:any
western iraoe, f i snpenor woraKiBnsntp ana nnich. llinbtruttd Pric: Lisi fr
t i licatioc. See the MOLINr". Waon btf'-re pnrchasins
aaap-i (. tc tit
INCORPORATED TJKDBB THE fcTATk I. AW .
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, IX.L.,
pec daily from 9a. k. to4p tn., and Sataraj evecir.p-s from '. to f o'c:or
tv e per cast Interest paid on Deposits. Konev loaned on Parser.... c
lateral, or Eeal Fstate Security
' C D2NK.VTANU. Vice-Fret.
P. L WITCBELL Proa.
P. U MltLeli. K P. Reynolds, V. C. Det,trcanr.. Johr C-cbanp.'-.. H P Hu
Phil Mitcbfcll, L. Stmor.. K. W. Rrrtt. J. M. lizfani.
;1acksom ic HrBcT,ioiicitor. .
V-rt Bean hnsinrss July 8. 18 W. ai d occur y t-e ponthcapt crrcer f.f Vitcr
t;.; sccroti ftu.1 IU--.
Mfirri.fi l.ifo. sh-
:r- OlUXHTKlTii -
-vl.-C ff .Vfn: ' -'
r our wondrrl'tr1
i.T.-' eny oar:
i led -tc;. 'r '.
MEi?CAL CO -. f.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Done.
General Jobbing done on short notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
Otto avnd Shtro 721 Twelfth Street. ROCK ISLAKD
fl,HlRSegMRlfi; r PROTECT YOUR EYES
tp yr WTOsptiTjrBf;
'1- S' v
MR. II HIRSCHBERG
The well-knuwn optician of 63? 0jvt?
(N. K. cor. T:hand Olive ). !t. Loz.t a
at-point?d T . fl. Thomas as ag-est
clcbra'ed Diamond Steciacit-s tzz I
glasses, and also for his Plamo: :i ij
Chanppsbie s-pectacKs and Ey ;.-
'1 he eiast-ea are the greatest" .tci:
ever made in spectacles. Ky & ;-: i
construction of me Lcls a perci :
chasing a pair of these Non-Cha:u-t
Glas-es never has to chan. e these ;F
from the eyes, and every rair pn!
Is guaranteed, so that if they ever f
the eyer (no matt-r how or scratct:f:4
Lens.es are) they will fnmit-h th
with a new i.air of rlasses free of
T. H. THOMAS haa fn 1 as.
and luvites all to satisfy thn;'i"
of the great snperiontl of then It
over any and aii othe-s now in ie ::
and eXHmme the sanieatT.H. i
druggist and optician. lU c Isl.ir:t
No Peddlers Supplied.
MILD BUT PLEASANT.
This is tue general reidict
with a'l who U3- th Laxative
Gum Props. It is well known
xiiht many disease, eepefialiy
ft-vers and nervous troub.vs, be
bin with indjg-st'oii. When
tue Ptomaru ana noweis ar
- . a a .
coeei witu maieiiai tuat
ought to pass off, th-i absor
beets make an -noi t lo remove
it. J lie result is tuat mncu oi
it is taken into the blood and
the whole source of the if- ur-
rent is thus poisoned. iiiLiHX-
ative Gum Drops restore the
proper action to the digestive
organs and thus enable the sys
tem to throw ff this waste ma-
iiial. Wh-n thsis done the
system soon recovera its normal
ton. The chief benefit of thse
imm drops is that they can be
afceti vuliout any iee'ing ot
medicine for there is no bad
tasie about them, nor d they
cause gnpiDg. In fact many
people are restored to health by
their means without ever know
ing that thev have b-en takiug
medicine at all- Get them of
any druggist. The stna'l boxes
are ten cents, the late onts
Sylvan Remedt Co.,
You ,an save money by tradii'g at the Old Re'ir.bl-
5 iJNTD lO CENT STORE
Crockery, Cutlery, Tinware. Glassware and Wooden-
MRS. C. MITSCH'S, 1314 Third Ave
City 'Bus and Express Line
Telephone iJock Island cr Harper Hotels for 'bus or eii ivrs
wagon and you will receive prorrpt attention
TIMBERI.AKE & SPENCEH, Props.
..I! r, ill ill
ill'. - - .in i t mi mm - i ii
1803 Second Avenue.
A. BLi KG KH ALiL.
Manufacturer of alt kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES - -
Gent'a Fine Shoes a specialty, n -?:riii? done neatly and prompt y -
A share of your patronace respectfnlly acir-'-ed.
. 1618 Kocor-d
ilTSBoe. Rock Wand, U-
GEORGE SCIIAFEK Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenue. Corner of Sixteenth Street, - Op-ostte Han ct
The choicest Wine. Liauors. Beer srd Cigars alwavs on
Free Lunch Eyery Day "
Sandwiches Fornlahed on Short Notice.