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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, NOT EMBER 5s I, 1892.
ET1TI0N TO SELL REAL ESTATE.
TATB OP ILLINOIS,
Rock Iilud Couktt.
To the December term, A. D. 18M.of the coaaty
.art. In probate.
In the mtier of the estate of William N. ohn
Joha Sehafer. ft , aimlratrator Cum Uttamm
f aitnrxo of the last will and teatameot of Wil
li tnN. Johnaon, deceased, petitioner, ti. John
A.Mnmn, Hymn tlnworth Johnea, Charles
Irwin Johnron, Atlliam C. Johnson. Sim n el C.
i ihnfon, Kebeeca Stanley, Anna Ilewitt, Martha
R Bergam n, Martha I.. Martin, Sarah L.. Hewitt,
Xlla K. Rickca and Kmma E. Martin, defend
enta Petition to aell real eeta'eto pay debts
The the ttpm named nm raidmt defendant,
and each of th-m.
Affidavit of ynor non-res'denee having been
led in the office of the clerk of raid county court,
notice la nety given to yio, that the above
named pettiioi er ha tiled in said court
hi petition forihe sale of real eatate af which
raid Wiliam N. Jobnaon died seiced,
in which yon are named defendants;
that a f uojm n haa been duly isned in
aaid rame aeaitie: tob returnable to the neit Wrm
f said county court to be b. qnn an1 ho'den at the
eonrt houe in the city of hick la and in said
county on the. firat Vonday of December, A. D
1 v.i, at h ch time and place yon will anpeir and
plea i, answer, or demur to oaid petition if yno see
lit. and th af yunr default wll be entered nulem
you app in aid co;in by tho first Monday of
the Ji'.o, y term r.cxt.
Hock Isr sun. 111.. November II, A. T. 189!.
H I A uM A It KOHL". K,
Clerk of aaid court.
5mi:r it 'R kr t, Attorn's for petition.
Rutate of J wph Rinnan, deceased.
The ordtrniT.ed hatrinbven appointed execn.
tor of the lirt will ai.d testament of Joatph
Klnnan, late of the' county of Koek Inland,
itate ol Illinois, deceased, hereby (rives notice
that he will appear before the connty court of
Rock Island county, at the o'.flee of the clerk of
aaldconrt. In the city of Rock Island, at the Jan
uary term, oo the first Monday in January next,
at which tune all persona having claims aitalnel
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of uavinic the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
Bake immediate payment to the onderslimed.
Dated this 1st day of NoTemW, A. D. 1HM.
J. S. MATTttttWS, Executor.
Rstate of Ellen Midldeham. Deceased.
The amlersitnied, having been appointed et
ecutor of the lt will and testament of Kllen Mid
tl'ehsm, late of the county of Rock Island, state f
Illinois, deceased, hereby etv notice that he vn. 1
topear bufore the connty court of Kock iKlat.
Sountv.at the office of the clerk of said court, V
ihe city t R) l Inland, at the January, term, on
the Kirt Monilay in Jannary next, at which tini.
all person-having claims against said estate are
notified ar..l r"OU- ted to attend for the ptinoeoi
havinp the snme adjusted. All persons indebted
o said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the underpinned.
Dated this 2ud rtnv of Ni-vomber. A. T. 15WS.
WM. t'L'Ml'Si'ON'S, Eserutor.
OTI::3:oF AIM'ilC VTION FOR TOU. ROAD.
To all wh ra it may conceit n r
Nonce is nereoy f ivi n that the nndcrsitrncrt.the
Drtiry T il Kotid tompany. a corpora'ion, will, at
rhe next session of me connty board of ihe
connty of Kock Ialanl, In the state of Illinois, to
be he'd in the conrt hone building in the city of
Ito..k l-lanA in said county, on the l.lih day of
Iieremher, A.l). lH:ii, pe itiot ard aiuly to the
said count v board for leave to establish a gravel
loll road from the Illinois end of ihe bridg-of the
Muscatine Bride Company across the Mississippi
rivflr at M uscatine, Iowa, and th'-nce rnanin a
a routheasterly direction across the low lands to
the bluffs, to connect with a public highway lead
ing over said hluffs.commoaiy known as the "llli
mi Oily ro-d," and to locate aaid tall road an
portions of the public highwav heretofore existing
serous raid low land, at which time ana i4ace you
can appear and be heard if yon see fit to 4a so.
Dated at Itork Ilasd. 111., November 14. A.D.
ISM. I KURV TjU. ROAD COMPANY.
FtwmtsiaT Wuiih, Atl'ys for said D:nry TjII
Koad Clomp iay.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Molin e, 111.
Offlcc Corner Fifteenth strest and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings Bank. Organised 11
"t Kl CENT. INTEREST PUD Q!i DEPOSITS.
fh-ganlzed ander State Laws,
en from 9 a. m. to S p. m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 8.
bter Skikhkr, - President
'.A. A ms worth, - Vice-President
. P. HsaKNwaT, ... cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. Wells,
C A. Rose, H . A. Alnsworth,
O. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams,
Andrew Frlberg, c. F. Hsmenway,
llira n Darling.
EAL ESTATE LOANS
male for private parties in the garden
spot of thv west by the
Orchard State Bank
E. W. Dirt, President,
J. S. Dart Ca-diirT.
Mitchell A Lyndo, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Caskiur Uock Island NaUona
C. C. Carter, M. D.
Uenry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Ororcrs.
ORNBT AT LAW-Offlce ia Mitchell
Lrnde's new block.
JA.CKS0N & HURST,
I TTORC KT8 AT LAW, Office In Hock Isla-4
Laatumal Bani a muting, tto -jl island, ia.
n. swaiaxT. o. l. viun.
8 WEESET at WALKER,
1 TTORNBY8 AND COITNSBLLORS AT LAW
LOnce In Bengston's block. Rock Island, 111.
McEMRT A SfcESlRf,
I TTOHNBT'B AT LAW Loan money on good
H security, make collections. Reference, Mitch,
ell Lynde. bankers. Offioe In PostofBos block.
S. W. 0DELL,
1 TT0RKBT AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and daring the past two years with the firm of
irownlng A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
an office In the Auditorium building, room a, at
C. J. SlABLl. 8. W SEiBLl.
BEARLE & SEARLE.
VTTORNErS and Counsellors at Law and So
Bettors In Chancery; office Btjord's biock,
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor aars ft arts rentw on the stomach, liver
and kidney and tsa pleasant laxative. Tbb. drink
Is made from taerba, and la prepared fur use aa easily
as tea. Itlecalled
LAKE'S MEDICI PIE
AU dranrMs sell It at Sic. and l an per pnekage.
Buv one todar. I.sne'i Familv Medlrlne motes
the howrls each day
in oruer to Do neaiuy. cn
ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
ptiystrian. fnceessfnl ynsed
rr ontbly by 'hooswjds of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
s fe and rel:sble md cine
discovered. Heware it un
principled drugvtsta who of
fer Infeni iijedlciftt s in pace of mis. Ask for
Coo a's Pottom Kiic.t CciarocxD, take no snbti
tnte, or inclose $1 and (I ce4 ts In postaire in letter,
and we will sen t, sealed, by rlnrn nail Full
se ale i particulars in plain envcU pe, to ladies
oa ly, i etampa Addre e
1-OND LfLLt CCyPANf.
No. Klsher Block, TVtrni4 lich.
Bold in Rock Island by Marshall A Fishei. Ha
per Honse, Harts A Bahnsen lih street Mid to
are., and drugvis.s everywhere.
Healthful; Agreeable. Cleansing.
Chapped Hands, Wounds, Barns, Bto
Eemovei and Prevents DandrttZ,
AMERICAN FAMILY SCIP.
Best for General Household Use
m YOU TAKI
(tOO Reward tr an
la; or loot SGbatanea tonad
la tb Captalaa.
as we say. Seal postpaid
a rajalpc ol price,
NO! IMAM '.IOHTY. "AESfLT OallKT,
Da Moln, Iowa.
Fog sale bv all crntgitt. Hani 4 Iicncen
Wh;eale atft-nts. t. . , - v
sf 1 -i A J
ia. a aja, t
sV J ksw ," .
A.ik your Dnt?cit f .r a lL3
bottle of Big Q. 1 he only , i
nan pnisonmit remedy lor all
tlia unnatural discharges and
Srlvatci-uieasea oi men and the
ehili-.atinj weakness peculiar
to women, it c-ares ;n a lc
dava with oat tlie aid or
publicity of a doctor.
v5 Th$ f'wi-.wnnl jtmerimn 0t;re.
;&-y? Manufactnr d by f")nt m
v. s. a.
1 a ... K.fA'
FAN ABSOUITE CURE F0Rtk?
WILL NOT CAUPt
BlS Q NO PAIN, NO STAIN
FULL ISrrRUCrKM3 WITH EACH
SOTTLS, AT AlL DRUOClSTa.
Cefitral CberalrsI To,
cmearo ana reona.
T H. THOMAS Sole Agent
Tif BsMpK appltela f '9vATinii Owtmsvt wtthf at
aaj lBicmwi HwTiicirrf). win nrt voj mtm of Trttw. U
m trftuwi guc"' ' HW.lMfc.lWtiw. Pswssi ltrylprimm.'
trs4sr hw srtwttsmT or Hpf tUfalsy tW br HrtiKxis ,
L, mm a., ..! fhr 6f v sWxm fc . AfUr., L tv
Aya 4 Son, rasi.tiltyW, rv Aikfav4ni4K-taV 4
- i a a i
T. H THOMAS.
FISHERMEN AND FISHER WOMEN.
Bow Flood. Ebb and Slackwatcr Treat
ed Their Envious Wive.
There are three men Ashing in a little
boat. Three women fishing from the rocks
Floor! (pulling in a fish) First blood.
Ebb (pulling in a fish) This ia busineaa.
I guess they are coming in now.
Slack water (pulling in a fish) In with
Mrs. Flood Each one of those men has
canght a fish.
Mrs. Ebb They said we could get them
here, too, but seel Mr. Flood has just
caught another one.
Mrs. Slackwater And my husband's got
another too. (Calling) I should think you
might give somebody else a chance at that.
Slackwater Don't you have any bites,
Mrs. Slackwater No, we don't. The bobs
haven't bobbed once.
Slackwatcr They haven't fairly (stops
to pull in a fish) commenced to run yet.
You'll get as many as we do in a minate.
Flood (in undertone) Doubtful about
that. The. They ain't fishing in the chan
nel. Ebb If we had a bigger boat jimini,
but that's a nice onel Look at him.
Mrs. Ebb Yoa men must haTe a hnn
dred, I should think, the way you are catch
Ebb Pshaw! We're only got two or
thre little things at that. They'll run
larger by and by, and you'll get 'em over
Slackwater (softly pulling two fish over
the side of the boat and keeping between
them and the ladies) By gracious, boys,
they pull like bulldogs!
Mrs. Slackwater Are they running yet,
Slackwater Well, you can hardly say
they are yet.
Mrs. Slackwater IIow many do you
think you'll catch at a time when they do
Flood (unhooking a fish and laughing
softly) I guess we'll have to manage to
get some of 'em out of here, ehf
Ebb (reeling furiously) We ought to,
but my wife is afraid to stay in a boat on
less I am along too.
Flood (casting) So's mine.
Slackwater Two more, boys. My wife
is that way too.
Mrs. Slackwater Can't you come ashore,
Theodore, and let Mrs. Ebb go out?
Slackwater Why yes certainly.
Ebb (in undertone) You'll do nothing of
the sort. I'll go ashore my hang itl I
lost a nice one then. I've got to 'tend to
business better n this.
Mrs. Slackwater Well, why don't you
come then ?
Ebb Do you want to come out, Emily?
Mrs. Eblj Oh, I don't know that I do.
You come in and let Mrs. Flood go out.
Ebb Heaven and earth, see those fel
lows jump! (To Mrs. Ebb) All right.
(To Flood, with assumed cheerfulness)
Pull up that anchor, old man.
Flood (calling out) Do you want to
come out in Mr. Ebb's place, Lucy?
Mrs. Flood I don't believe I care about
it. Why don't you come in and let Mrs.
Slackwatcr go oot
Mrs. Slackwater I'll tell you what we
ean do. Two of yon men can come and
fish off the rocks, and ths other on can
take as ont there and bait the hooks while
Slackwater (pulling In a fish AH right
Flood (pulling in a fish) Well do that.
Ebb (pulling in a fish) By and by.
Old gentleman in next boat (who always
goes alone) For pure, unadulterated ntl
fishness give me the average man whb
goes a-fishing. American Angler.
A deadlock is now pending in the Ha
waiian legislature, caused by the new cab
inet appointed by the queen being in the
A Million Friends.
A friend in need is a friend indeed and
not lefs than one million people have
tounn just encn a friend in Lr. K;n 8
New Discovery for CousumptioD, Coughs
and Colrie. If you have nevr r nerd this
great cough medicine, one trial wil! con
vine" you that it his w.mfierful tu-a'ive
powers in n'l d:tese.- tf throat, chi st and
luncs. E-ich bo'.Me is euarintred to do
a l ihit is claimed or m irtev will be re
futried. Triiii bottles fre t Hariz &
Bihnstn's drug a'.ore. Lire bot'ksSOc
a ,d $1 00.
Wts desire to say in our cniT.'.'n, lb t
fur yetus we have been t-elling Dr. Emu's
New Diecovt-ry for Consumption, Dr.
Kina's New Life Pills, Buckle.n's Arnica
Halve snd E'ec'ric B fern ard hve tit-v
ex nann ea remec.ie1? that Ptll as well, f-r
th.t ba,vc g'von 8'icu uu7ersil e'.isfc
eion- w e do not hesitsie to Guarantee
thtina f v ry time, and we stand raadv to
rsfucd the purchase price, it sitiSifiiCtory
r.'suiis ao not I'Hiow tr t-ir use. Tfcese
r cn- dies have won t.ht:;r creat r"'pulsrity
purely on tb ir meri'.?. Utrz & Bahi
iui !eat saim in I'm wor.'U cf .
'!ta:?s, M,ivk, uVirirs, salt flltam, lv?ri
ifi'TSn, ie-.t-it, rhap;i".1 hsnsls, f.iib'a'Pr
coms ua'.i all li'.i' emptier.:, .n ' j.
t.Tclj nir.s pile::, or r.o pf.y rt-.urt:. T
:.8 iia.'Hntotd w. tvrfor.t s'.-tistss; . j
A r.;oncy refund'.1
fwit. For w h: H
When Baby was sick, we gave ner oaiorla.
When aha was a Child, she cried for Oaatoria.
When she became Hiss, she clung to Caatoria.
When she had Children, ahe gavetbam I
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine move
Ua bowels each day. Host pecrpls need
t ats it.
Children Cry for
For b suty, for comf rt. for improve
meet of the complexion, use only Poe
EOni'e Powder: Ther- i nothing equal to.
Children Cry for
CoughiDe leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
Wnenec the Water of tbe Great LaJcea?
Where do the waters of Lake Michigan
come from? is an old question, and it is a
question as old as the artesian wells.
Where do their waters come from ? Colonel
Foster, an eminent civil engineer, for many
years in charge of government interest on
the lake, was fond of talking on the first
"Every drop of those waters," he was
often heard to declare, "came from the
Rocky mountains." His theory was that
they were brought here Bubterraneously,
but he never to our knowledge marked out
the course of the subterraneous stream.
He announced this as his conviction long
before indeed, he died before the sinking
of artesian wells in Chicago and the conse
quent discovery of the now undoubted fact.
William B. Ogden held the same view
and used at times to make himself very in
teresting in expatiating npon it. With
him, as well as with Colonel Foster, it was
do more than a theory, but he adhered to
Mr. Cregier, who is scientific before he in
a politician, is wont to talk approvingly of
the theory in a manner to convince any
The phenomenon is the running oat of
this lake through the othtrsof the easterly
chain and over Niagara falls of an incal
culable quantity of water, and this eon
tinually every minute in the hour, every
hour in the day, every day tn the year, and
every year in progressive timet Chicago
Daagera of Rending in Bed.
The popular idea is correct that reading
when lying tn bed is injurious. It is not
the recumbent position that does the harm
to the visual organs; it is tbe bad. Insuffi
cient light that one usually provides him
self with that works the injury. Poor
light forces the eyes to reach after it
strains them. In bed it is not usual to be
surrounded by light, as is always the case
when one rtails while lying in a ham
mock out of doors. When in bed the light
(either daylight or lamplight) is usually
the farthest removed from the bed; h it
shines at all it sheds its rays over the feet
of the reader instead of over his left shoul
der, where it should fall. A good strong
light thrown onto the page of the book
from behind and to the left of the reader
will banish the cause of strain, and read
ing in bed, with such care as to accessories,
may be no more harmful than reading sit
ting in an upright position. Jenne&s Mil
What tte He n. Get rge Q. Vest rays in
regard to the cuperioMty of the Hirsch
be rg's iJiBtcoud and noD-cl)anp'blc spec
"I umcs tlasscs which I purchased
frcm Prof. Hirscnhcrg and they are tbe
best I ever tried; it affords me greal
pleasure to recommend Prof. Hirs-chberg
8 an excellent optician, and his plaxset
are simply unequalled in my experience
G. G. Vest '
Thece spectacle's are for sale by T. II
Thomas agent for Rock 11 ami.
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Greal Nerve Restorer. No fits
after tbe first day's use. Marvelous
cures. Treatise snd f 2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline, 831 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
Itucgifcta; call on yours.
A v and CotDpleta Treatmeaf, conaigtinr et
prppoeitorie. Ointment in Capral', also la Bex
ana Pi Is; A Pnitive Cure for Ex'eraal. Bl'B't ar
Blecrtirg Itching, Chronic Keren' or Ilcredit.r?
Pilca. FmAi.it wMAKSKsasa and mnv other flia
eaaeo; it if alaara a prt-at benefit to the Rracral
health, 'the first discovery of a medical care rea
derimran operation with the knife anneccusarv
Hereafter. THf RimeJy haa never bee a kaowa
to fail. H per box. 6 rr tS; acnt bv mall. Why
uff-r from ltii lerrishle riis ae when a wriltea
Tuarartee ia po:t;v!jr given with nottU-a, ia re
fund tbe money if oot enred. ?rj ataaia far
frrw oaai'c. Gnararlee eei by aar ageat.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLET8
Acta likf magic oa the tomach. Liver a ad Bow
ea; difi eie liyppep-;a, Rrloi.gne-t, Kever. Ce!(ts,
Nervoas Dieordc re.Meepleaeneiia.LoM of Appetlta
reavorea the complecuon; perfect digeeuoa M
owa their tiae. Positive tare or Bin BcABaears
and Can'tinition. Small, mild, aj tatake Larfa
Vial of ! i'i 28 renta.
I1ARTZ BAbKSVN Sole Agexu Rack lalaa
W. TREFZ & CO.
Have fnrch?isei the ftock
of B. Birkknfeld and
have removed to their
iiHW qnartf at
201 1 Fourth Avenue,
bere tley will le pleaded to
ape their o d friends and pat
rons. Wa'ci ib;s -psce for a spec i.1 sale
i - . M haaiv
- '?fHiii"n. 1 &M M
r i Wi.vr; -.'JC CO-
BTio desire a rood rwtnea paafrln ra rhe TTorlfl'i
'air city should wrttnaa mce for rramtti of the
eaaotia MtTrtnoilcnT R1nnw fi.iirA Chieco
iuoal ftll4--r Vort1 . v-?r Uuc. r?tIl3lso
Ayaaa. davf' " K ' - ',
j - a-- - -- i a XT?
'"" eTC. kpaerTT X'aJ
Xi.fP' J Sf envies
fSp'.: JFi aji ta.2 m. 1
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Mannlacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAOGii
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Bprlre W a eon a, eapeciaily aaan'o t. ii f
Weatern trade. of anparior workaianahlp and dnlsh. Illtrntrnted Price Liet free on
. litation. Seethe MOL1NB WAGON before parchaeinK
1 SS T a-"
avenport Business College,
COvlPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
FOR CATALOGUE ADDKE
J. C. DUNCAN, Proprietor.
Roek Island BrassFoundry
AND ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORK.
All kdndt af kraie, brooae and alamiania sronxe caatlng, all ahadaa and teaapar. Make
a t pec laity af bras neta! pattern and sruatie work.
Sac am Om -At 111 First avaaae, a aar
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS.
All Kinds ot Carpenter "Work Done.
Geaeral Jobbing done on abort notice and satisfaction guaranteed.
OfSoa ani Shoo 121 Twelfth Stroet. ROCK I8LAJFD.
Opera I2o use Saloon
GEORGE SIHAFER, Proprietor.
1601 Second Avenae, Corner of gizteeath Street, - Opposite Harper'a Theatre.
The ch oicest Wine. Liauors, Beer and Cigars always on Hand
Free Laaca Every Day . Sandwichea Famished oa Short NotJoe.
J. Ma CHRISTY,
, I ftrN wm 'd
oopy aauraiy Fn-,
-ALL KX2TM OT-
Cast Iron Work
Asm. A specialty of fnrniahlnjr al. klaaa
f ttevea with Castings a 8 seats
A MACHINE SHOP
ai keen added where all kinds of """t
work will be dona Arat-claas.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
PROTECT YOUR EYES I
MR. H. HIRSCHBERCt,
The well-kDuwn uptlcian of (,-St i live it
(S. K. cor. 7i Hand Olive). St. lwi. it.
arpointedT. fl. Thomas aa agent f.vr t..
celcbra'ert Diamond Spectacles and u,l
Klaseea, and alao for hia Diamond N
Changeable pectaclt-e and EyetlaaPMi
The glaaxea are the p-eateat inreunl
ever made in apectacioa. H ,
construction ol the LeLa a peraoi
chaaiug a pair of these Non'hanBaaTi
Glaa-ea never has to change theae KlaMi
from the ejea, and every pair pnrcfcaM
isgnaranteed, eotliat if they ever
the eyer (no matter bow or ecrau-hed Ox
Lenaca are) they will fnrnlah the pnj
with a new par of rlaeaeefree of chirrT
T. H. THOMAS haxa fall assoranSi
and invitee all to eatlafy themaet
of the ereat aoperlority of there ti.aiKM
over any and all othen now In oee toca
and examine the aame atT.H. i noav'
dracgiat and optician, Koca Island
No Peddlers Supplied.
J. MAGEK, Proprietor:
Ak TonrOrocer for Them.
Ttey are Bn.t
The Ckriaty "Orrraa'and Cariaty "Wim'
" f r
know the GRAND TKTTTnS.ih,. I !ain Faa. il
l:u1Terlea of Meaical sc-v... B:,,,i,m "
(o niia a;a;ei c jver. aa.ii,i.-r!t'onJ
W.fcp'CAt- CO.. Bt-F? LO. au -
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made
For W ashing Machine use.
WARNOCX & RALSTOM.