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TILE AiiGUS. TUESDAY, JAN U A II Y 17, 18J.
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ax. iv 1 -v laii'i I . pmi :uo pTS
Acci"n-nO'lti-ir. (raina leave Ro"k Is'aod at
na. m. and 6 10 p. m; arrive at Peoria J :50 p
m. and 1 :15 i m. I eave Peojia 8:00 a. m. and
T15 p. m ; arrive Bock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :V
Ail traln r :n dallv ex-e;t Sunday.
Ail pne ?jr traini arrive and depart Union
Pree Ciairc-on Fast Btpre3 between Rock
Ia'ood and 'eoria. botn directions.
Tnroai'i tlolcet o all points; ba?a3e checked
ronj?h to de. ination.
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MCSHKHD WfTH THE GEOGRAPHY Cf THIS COUKTWf Will 0FrI
TCH VB MVLl INFORMATION FROM STUDY OF THIS WAP OF THE
likicup, M Islaaa & PaciSs E5.
Tb IHrct Tloute to r.id from Chicago, Jolict, Ottawa.
rwtv Ia Salle, Mnllne, K.-Kk Iiland, In ILLINOIS;
l.vM:pirt, Muscatine, Ottuuiwa, fkaiocsa, Ds
WtnUrset, Auiubon, Harlan and Counrll
dliiiTj. hi IOWA; Minnnipolia and St. rnal, la MIS
i?svrA; Wntfrtown and Blonx Falls, tn DAKOTA j
im -rt-n, St. Joseph and Kansas City, ia MISOi;i:i.
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itrbiopn, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson
'KMtft. Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, If
X Ay-AS ; Kingfisher, El Keno ar.d lllnco. In INDIAN
lT.RiilTORV; Denver, Colorado Spring and Pueblo.
Jn COLORADO. TriTersea new areas of rich farming
id grazing lands, affording the best facliitiea of lnler
r..j3iUTlcatlon to all town and cities east and west.
-.rtl:wcst and southwest of Ckicago and to Paclac and
VESTIBULE EXPRZSS TRAINS
Vadl; all competitors In splendor of egulpm-nt.
bweew CHICAGO and DE9 MOINES. C0CSC1L
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XA5SA3 CITY and TOPEKA and vta 6T. JOSErn.
ir.rst.Clssa Day Coaches, FREE RECLINING CliAIB
CAK3. and Palace Bleepers, with Dining Cor Service
Clo connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
jtrarRtng railway llnea, bow forming the new and
TEAKS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN POUTS
Over ..bleb, superbly-equipped train run daily
THROUGH 'WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
JLste City, Ccden and San F"nc!sco. THE r.OCK
13LAXD Is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to aud
fruns anttou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
roue rcaortsand cities and mlnlngdlstrlcts In Colorado,
DAILY" FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rem St oseph and Kansas City to and from all im
tr'xEt t-jwns. citlf and sections In Southern Kebraska.
ikuvw r. j tn Indian Tsrritory. Also via ALBERT
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vji '.-p j for all point north and northwest between
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STATE SAVINGS BANE.
Office Corner Fiftee.-.th sueet and Third Ave.
Sncceeiethe stolineSavlnn &ans. Oreanlaed 1959
5 PerCK!IT. ISTEUST .AID DEPOSITS.
Organised nnder State Laws.
Open from a in. to S n and Wednesday and
Saturday rights front? to 8pm
PoaTXB Sktriikb, - President
H. A. AraswoRTH. - Vice-President
1. P HistcnwaT, - cashier
Porter Skinner, W. W. Well's
C.A.Rose, H . A. Alnsworth,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew fribare;, C. F. Bemenway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private
spot of t
parties in the carden
he west by the
Orchard State Bank
E. W. Dart, Pres
J. S. Dart- Cathi. r.
bier Ho:k Island' National
J. F. Kobinon, Ca:
C. C. Carter, M. D.
Honry Dart's Sens,
1TTORSETAT L VW-Offlce. in Mitche!'. &
A Lyude'e new b'.o'rk.
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"POHN ET8 AT LAW, Office '.a Rock la
stiona! Bunk Bai.dinr, Rock Inland, Hi.
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ATTORNEYS AND COUSS2LLORS AT i.AVi
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K.-EMRY & ncEMRl',
4TTOKNSY'S AT !,AW-Loan coacycriwi.
tl security, make collect'ons. Reference, Mitcl;
ell Lyndc.bar.kere. OfBoe in Poftofilc6 block.
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TTORTEY AT LA V Formerly of Port Ryron.
and durinj; th pat two years with the fir:n of
I'.owninA Aitrikcn at Moline, hts now opened
i" ''fHoe in the .tudit riam baiidinj, room 5, a:
C. J. Seirlb. s. W. Searlk.
SEARLI; & SEARLE.
t TTOKXEtS an l Counsellors at Law snd So
.Vicltors In Chancer; otBce Bcford's bloci.
R, M. PEARCE.
Hoom:3 In Mitchell & Lynde'sncw bloct.
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Dhtsiciaws AND Surgeons,
OfBce 40323-d -t. Telephone 10R5
Residence 731 Jlst t. " 1183
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flours: S to 11 arc : " to 4 Dm.
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. DRS. MYER3 & WHEELER,
arc ialties :
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BR. VTXBS I DR. WBBELKR.
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ito5 acd 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
tea. teiepnone uw. Kes. telephone, 1190,
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HAM MATT & BUFORD.
t RCHITECrS, Rock Island, TT1 03S;e Room
Xi 41, aiitcneu c L,yoae Dunning.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
Piacs and enperin endcrce for all class nt
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitraell A Lynd boildmsr
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Refitted and renovated nnder new miBgcmcnt,
on tbe Enropoan pi n.
Room rates $1 a day and npward.
Restaurant equal to the beet in the city at mod
ftreet ran from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landii 1 pas the door.
UILDlitt IU & ALLEN, Prop's.
rVho deslr"s a erwl lias rocs po!t!n'n r, .)r. Yf -17V t
vifcj m ..111,1 i.ij'oii.i;i,ij lor l'I:::"C"lu '.I 'tit-
rmous Wrnpolltn litiHlnem Colic'cra. t;;-ira'i
jnosHalfaclllUesforpl 1raFfra'luatKi - vtsiicf
"vears oe:inuElta :wc v"-"i.. -(
ANCIENT 31 UKDERS
SCIENCE FERRETS OUT CRIMES COM
MITTED CENTURIES AGO. ,
Cavea of Southern France Yield Proofs of
Seorea of Murders That Took Place In
Remote) Antiquity Skulls of Women
Testify to Man's Brutality.
"Murder will out,'" so it is ?aid. This
statement n not wholly true, inasmuch ks
slayers of men do in a large proportios of
Instances escape unpunished aud unde
tected. But how PtTHnije it seems that the
science of the present t'.ay, acting the de
tective's part, should unearth positive evi
dence of munlers committed on individual!
who died perhaps not less that 100,000
The caves of southern Franco, which
once were occupied as dwellings by prime
val man, yield proofs of scares of murders
in most remote antiquity. Those guilty
of these crimes were doubtless indifferent
to detection, inasmuch as in the early
stages cf human development there was
no law save physical strength. In that
epoch men gave way to thtir brutal pas
sions unrestrained. Women must have
suffered then more than at any subsequent
period, owing to their muscular inferiority.
That this is true is proved by evidence
which has survived hundreds of centuries,
for in the very caves referred to are dis
covered the remains of many murdered
women, testifying to the fact.
In the famous cave of Cro-Magnon was
found a woman's skull with a cut in the
forehead three inches long, evidently made
by a flint hatchet. Tbe weapon penetrated
tbe frontal bot:e and caused death, but the
victim did not die immediately from the
wound. She lingered for some weeks, at
all event s, as is shown by the fact that par
tial healing took place. In a cave at
Sorties, among ninny human bones bearing
scars, was dug up t'.:e skull cf a woman
with a gaping hole in it. She must have
betn instantly killed. A siniiliir tkull of
a woman was found in a cave at Challes,
in Savoy, v it h a fracture tnnt was unques
tionably made by a flint instrument. Of
nineteen stuns obtained front a primeval
sepulclur at-Vaureal, two show traces of
wounds inflicted by human hands. One,
that of a womtn, has three fractures. Un
questionably they were not all inflicted at
the same time, inasmuch as two of them
exhibit sigp.s of healing. The unfortunate
recoverol from these, only to succumb to
a third blow.
Unmistakably these women were mur
dered. But 1 jr their sex it might be sup
posed that' they perished in fight, as did so
many of the men who lived in those times.
The struggle for existence among human
beings then must have been fierce and
bloody. They were hardly more than wild
animals provided with artificial weapons
and cunning of a superior order. Doubt
less their contentions were most frequently
for the possession of the females of their
kind, who were the prize of battle and the
property of the strongest. One primeval
sepulcher was found to contain the skele
tons of thirty men, all of them strongly
made, piled closely. Together with the
bones were seventy -three flint arrowheads
and spearheads, which presumably were
sticking in ;he bodies when they were in
terred. These must have been warriors
who perished in some battle. Another
cave at Gourvan has yielded a number of
crania and jaws, which were broken by
blunt weapons. Hundreds of other skele
tons of the cave dwellers of antiquity have
betn unearthed in a similar condition, the
bones in many cases being transfixed by
weapons of flint. In one instance a skull
contained three arrowheads, a fourth ar
row being lodged between the vertebrw.
In fact these caves are, lilled w ith evi
dence of homicidal itru;glcs among the
distant ancestors of the human beings of
today, l'rom t he same sources proofs are
supplied tii.-st cannibalism prevailed in
that distant epoch. Scattered about tiio
ancient heart lis where meals were cooked
uncounted thousnmN of years ago, are ever
so many bones of men, women and chil
dren, bearing not only traces of fire, but
themarksof instruments employed tosplit
them lengi hwise for the purpose of getting
at the marrow. Particularly in winter
primeval man was obliged to rely mainly
on flesh for food. Never having conceived
the notion of domesticating the horse, he
utilized that animal to a large extent as
an article of diet. Reindeer, which were
then very plentiful in rout hern Hit rope,
were likewi.-e h favorite prey. The re
mains of 3,0(i0 reindeer have been discov
ered in a single cave. At Sol tit re, on a
hillside, the bones of. not fewer than 40.000
horses form accumulations which are
known to this day as the "horse wails."
Many of these touine bones show t races of
Kvtn at that titi.c ii:::s con-idc red Lint
self monarch of creation, not hesitating to
encounter contemporary wild beasts f ir
more formidable t han ar.y which exist now.
(ireat cats twice the size ol' niodern Bengal
tigers and proporth n.Uelv K ro-ious were
"numcrcr.s. Mauimo! hs, rhinoceroses an 1
hippopotami roamed abroad. More terri
ble perhaps I ban any of t iicse w;:s the great
cave bear, double the size cf the grizzly.
With these bears, as well as with the
mighty tigers and fierce hyenas, the people
of that early period were compelled to dis
pute possession of the caves. That they
did so successfully there is no doubt, as is
proved by t lie thousands of gtiawed bones
of bears and giant cats discovered in the
caves. Mingled with the same sort of
kitchen refuse are numerous shells of mol
lusks and bones of carp, trout, chub, tench
mid other Csiies of species which now pop
ulate the rivers und lakes of the same re
gion. Fishhooks were made from bears'
teeth, boars' tusks and fiint. Washington
A Natural IcehonM.
In Washington a coulee is a ravine that
a river hits worn for itself and then aban
doned for another course. The coo lees of
the Columbia river are immense ravines
worn out of the basaltic rock, with perpen
dicular walls on cither side from 1,000 to
l.-wX) feet high. Through this region the
Great Northern railroad runs. Not long
ago an Indian approached a gang of rail
road laborers working in Salmon coulee
With a great piece of ice wrapped in a
blanket, which he offered for sale. The
workmen instituted a search in the direc
tion from which he had come, and soon
found a cold stream trickling through the
shell rock, and farther up the ice beds were
They were formed among the masses of
shell rock by the ni'.-lting of snow in win
ter, the water running down among the
rocks and freezing there at night. Ice re
mains there perpetually and ia large
quantities. The most singular feature is
that the spot is only 500 feet above, the sea
and the sun beats with intense heat upon
tb rocks above the ice, which is alsttex
posed to warm drafts of air throug!if he
crevices, yet the ice never melts. New-Or-icp.-ts
- , . Ike Good Lid limes-'
"Then times Were g'oc
, Merchants cared not a rn?h.
Fer any oth-jr fare.
Than Johnny eaVe and mu.h."
But now time hwe changed, tnd the plain and
simple fare of the foi.faibers is done away with.
Patent fl ur, an ! hi h te isone 1 f d, and atrong
drinks, have taken i:c place, and, as a ret nit, dya
pepiia, impure b'ood, and diseasta of the stom
ach, liver and lungs are nnn.e.-ons. Thia great
charg s has led on cf the most skillful phyal
ciansof the age to study out a remedy for theee
modern diteas. s, which he his named his "Gol
den Medical Discove y." Dr Fierce, in thUrem
edy has found a euro f .r dyppjpeia, brene hitis,
asthma, cinsnmption in its arly stages, and
Laundering nn a lig Scale.
There must be sonic system of doing
laundry work properly on a large scale.
The improvement in the launder cf the
white shirts turned out iu bulk by makers
of well known brant's indicates that the
dull finish can be successfully achieved in
This is laundering on as big a scale as in
any regular Ian miry, and why the same
methods cannot lie employed in the latter,
where they make a business of washing
and ironing shirts, collars, cuffs, etc., un
less it is one of thos? shortsighted phases
of quick money making that is ultimately
its own detriment is a mooted matter.
Clothier and Furnisher.
Bow to Eecnne leshy.
Dr. Miles' Nervine not only rurctall
nervous disew-es, head .che, hluee, ner
vou prostraiion, sleep!essce9P, n uialgia,
St. Vitus dance, fi;? and hysteria, but also
builds up the body. "I am pkas.d to
s iv th'. after rears of intense sufferinE;
"i'h tervous disease, headache snd pros
tration, I tried Dr, Milts' Keatorative
Nervine, ar.tl in two weeks qaiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not He down
o sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and Km etill improvirs wonderfully.
C'ancot s-iy enouch for the nervine.
Mr.s L. B. Millard, Dunkirk, Y."
"One customer used Nervine. ar.d gtined
fifteen pounds in flesh. Brown & Kat
i:ury, Coitlscd, N. Y." Tril bottle! and
e'egmt book free at llariz & Bahosea's
Adm.tted ths Fa-ts,
Newspiptr editors have to be very
careful in opening t!:tirco!umus for state
ments. But awsre. that the Dr. Miles
Medical Cc. are responsible, we mike
room for thefollovring .t-stirr onial from
R. McDougall, Auburn, lad., who fi r two
years noticed a stoppage or Ekipping of
ihe pulse, his left side trot so leader he
could no', lie on it, his heart flutured, he
was alarmed, went to different doctors,
found no relief, but ooe bottle of Dr.
Miies' New Heart Cure cured him. The
elegant t-ook, "New acd Startling Facts,"
free at Hartz & Bihnsen's. It tells all
about heart and rcrvous diseases aod
aiany wonderful cures.
M lei ?eiv9 and Liver Pills
Act en a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through the
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure biiliousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 doses 25
rests SimDles free at Lisrtz A Banc
A Trap for Deer.
One thousand acres of laud in Taney
county. Mo., owned by St. Ixmis men, are
inclosed by a wire fence eight feet high
and used for a deer park. This fence ia
constructed around the hill slopes so that
the deer may leap over into the park, but
cannot get back. They become very gen
tle and are never molested. Philadelphia
Woman's Health and Life
depend more cn regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or livintr
death is me result of derangement o!
functions which make woman what siic
is; immediate relief is the only safeguard
against wreck and ruin. In all esses of
stoppage, delayed, painful or other irrea
ularities Bndffc'd's Female Riitulator is
the only sure remedy. Sold by Ilartz
I used three bo'.tles of "Mother's
""riend," and when I was sick I never
went to ted until 12. 30, and my boy was
born at 3 s. re. with scircely any piia. I
will do all I cn in recommending it to
exptctant mothers. Your thankful friend,
Mns B. F. Walterhus,
Marioc, O . Sept. 1S90
When Baby was sick, we gave uer uastoria.
When she was a Chill, she c ried for Castoria.
When she became Hiss, she clunc; to Oistoria.
When she had Children, she gave tlictn C&storia.
Children Cry for
Lsne's Family Medicine moves
tsc MfU eacti dy.Mo9t people, need
to uii it
Chiic'ren Cry for
Ifor in au'y, for comfo - for .inprove
meni t.f the complexion. -:se ouiy Poz
zoni's Powder; 'ber 5 .,T-:!ing eouai to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Ihdsani will ptop the ccugh at
Wi; Imvrea Sxfc-lr :V
tin'. 4 Si;.- . t-
J c.iAt Ksrrv.' r: .
After est :ir ---Vrrrlv - .'It'In'r'sFril-d"
afterci eu-' f:;-c p-;ri..vvj uiaa' 4. experi, nee flu.
wen la:. .- ;;t--rrr 1 ij ich ccse. 2ixa.
Akkie tlAOr. J in. Ij ii, 1-3L
Sent or evntsss, ct-rfl prer-'dl. on receipt of
pnoe,$;.0 pei t..:tuc L-ii u .-iu.iirs milled froo.
BBAEr tr.1,3 5tC Gl fc-Vftm C
60IJJ ALL iP.iii;nr t
Sold by Barta Bahnsen
Dr. SYDNEY KtMCi. 1 uie&ior cf
Author of the Stirrir I Har-J it. h of
from th scn'i t.i:.; 0: it-.i.
VAtflHOUTSW'S. CO CO A
way inurious to healtn, and that it is dociiledly mora nntui
oas.-lt is e ta nl v. 'Tare end highly ditrrUbleThin5X,ti e'i'.
is in no wa
tain Roveruwimenri 1 iu,.i 1 raui rivajsi irotn ray ock.k on 1 neraiy'itir. "'
misleading, and cannot il:l ttrply to Van H-iuten's Cocoa." """areq ...
The false reiierfmi ;. Van H.ititkn's Conn At (fius rfTrrtttaHu rrpele on
authority filed to it,'tre ' t '. --. I; i.r.;),nted to Q,rt it a very hanrisnmieii r
THE MOLINE WAGON,
- The Moline
h MOw -S .OjmJ ijy
anulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wasons, espec.aii; a-:-o
Western trade. of enperior wortmaiish'.p and f nlrh Illustrated 1 rii e 1 i; ' r , .
.ilicat;on. BeetheMOLlMS WAiiX befn: nnrrbainr
A. D. HUESING,
EeprejKTils.'atnOG? other tirae-triod an J wa
taiCTn Fir-Insaraiice Cotr.paniee te foi'ct'ir
Knyal Insurance Coe: any, ol Br.g:ani.
VTeschester Fire Ins. Company of . Y.
Buflaio German Ins Co., BnCaio, '. T.
Rochester Gerrann las. Co., Kocbest-r. a. V
Wlitens Ins. Co., of Pttti-.ri:b, '
tan Fire OAce. London.
Union Ins. Co., of Ca)il.-n:t.
rnritv Tns. O.. Sew Hivei. t'o-m.
Utiwantee Mochar.ics Ins. Co., Milwank-'e, ?
fcnsmian rirclas. Co., of PMria.1:!,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Bocoi i A.c
R-CX TPLiND. T-.f
' Established 1868.
'THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
UepreEcnting over 40 Vi'bon Doll-.rs
of Cssh asst tf.
Fire, Life, Tornado
Bands of! Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 8t, Mitcue'.! Lyade' block
rtivk Island, Ills.
t:!STrJccnre unr rates; they wi'J intercs yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Cotnpiwiei
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can alTorA
You I'atronace iw solicited.
This Precious Ointment is the
triumph of Scientific Medicine.
Nothing h.is ever been produced to
equal or compare with it as n curative
tnd healing application. It has been
used 40 years and always afTords relief
and always gives satisfaction.
Cures Tii ks or Hemorrhoids - External
or Internal. Blind or Blcedinir Itching and
Burning; Cracks or Fissures; Fistula in Ano;
Worms of the Rectum. The relief is imme
diatethe cure certain.
WITGH HAZEL OIL
Cures Burns, Scalds and Ulceration and
Contraction from Burns. ThereUcf isinstant
Cures B011.S, Hot Tumors, Ulcers, Fis
tulas, Old Sores, Itching Eruptions, Scurfy
or Scald Head. It is infallible.
Cures Inflamed or Caked Breasts and
Sore Nipples. It is invaluable.
. Price, 50 Cents. Trial sire, gc. Cents.
Sola kr Draccuu.er mt i-r.l on nc. e fnoZ
nraritniTg- bed. ro., 1 1 1 a u 1 trntvu. St., xrw tori.
THE PILE OINTMENT
ttrnara. KoC.O.1). rircj;r-'-- - -vrlto
aa ahovo for Pvrepti 3; it ;. . .
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'CRAlkia fH cvloni f..r ttt hacokeirl.let.r
ERriJHEJJint ab.'TI fSiE for l 80 1
Ud ttR G.dlQ.Cp.t rAwaulcr.f Wis.
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ct ::,?i'-i: :v -;i r.i;
t"l 1 1 Li I tHK
I SaS i) fB bail. noKLLrCO
2-iwstafe AjrvEaxaniro Bmtiun ilft
euro Bmtiuu lift fpnxx
itreetf when sn
aiafe ftcctraet ma;
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t University CoiieTr?''
cs," act-.M,;, write?:', fSr
ud others T '-.'u!:3.-.
.'tti - ield an
Fsfnte of Reb-cca va li u - ,
Ti e nijOersignc I h.:vii:i he,.,' s
ciitor of 'he las' will and tvt:im-'V
tvl-h, late of he c 11 y if , , l- i "
f Ulinoi-, deceased, ii r- i v -;v- .
will euearbef e the r.-.Tiurv", ,,I;.,f '
conr.t), at th r.ffl e of ths ! :-:: ,.( . ',
the city of Hoc .sia:d. at th- ! -'.
the first Von ii-y in March t. i' . M. '
ail persor 9 havins c!a mi ai.a t-.v,i , .
cotifi d snd req-ie te;l t iitrer'!. f .
of hatir. the fca:ne a-.!) i-u-'i : ' !
tic-bled to tai.i t.f t ;te are tfi - .,;
U;e(i:hie iiMVimxt to ih" nn-i- ri -..
Dated lltl? 19tt d:iv of I .-r-, ... i".r .,
WILLI VM P.'-'- ;'v
Tt-t .:?cf .1'fej.h KinBi!,, .j. ,-. . .
Tht ut'ccrsiimed havincbei-n ap-r
:or of the last will atd t. .' .
Kinittu, iafe of the cout?-. , ', "'
'te of I:!ino!. deceased, ii'erc ! v .
:l nt he will apitar before the
K'.ck islami county, at tne cliw , i , ,
aid roan, tn the citv of r.'.;-'
Maiel. t -til. c-a the Sm SP.tiiav -r M
U i.i.-i: t:r.t- if peror. h iv':.'.-;
si-! (: t.te in iiiio-1 E:,d ri -i'," . t
fer tv.e ;.urpo:e cf havii: '.h1 ca"1-. -peTscr-s
incehted to said estate are teV -mm
nnatdiate t ajment to the w',--l
n'c.1 -!:: 1st uiv uf Nov. r.ilwr p
J. S. !ATTilt; .-.'K.,
E-tate of Dennis Wurrer. Tin a-.
The under-ineu h-vin been a' : .tt
is-raur of ttie estate of if..ni. Wv4
of th- ccun'y of Kack Itlawl. nr.' ,
nuis. (lerestf.l. hereby ciie 1 otii e , i
o'im i,r ueinre ine ceur.ty court i'f I n t l- i:
.....i..., at ii' mure i me clerk nf t -.1 ( ,
tre tity of Heci Island, at tie Vub--'-the
first Voinlav in March .int. .-it n't'-
ail lPrS r. totvinirlaim. .....
" . ...t vmi.u? aua:rM VC'I I'- J ' JT
notmed and requested to attend, f r th- r r -of
having the tame aiiinsten
il ! isoi.s indehtrd to siid 'ie t
ted to ma-e immediate- payrccct :o t
I'ated tli:sT.h flavor .Tflnnar,- n i
I'UILEMON LMITCBhLL. Aivvr
JoTICK TO CONTKACTOF.S.
Sca'ed nrcj-osals will he r-ceirr l v
cloik's office, Kock Island, lii., nt ti. Y-.K
at 6 p. ti ., fo fonitrtictirs he inj.r. n
ordered by an ordinance of said ivr fi
" ordinance for the I-rttiMveivr-t , f
ern street fro n the notith lit e of M- tti at
hi me norm i ne el tiL'bU'cn:h avemie"
AnsrnstS. 1894: al-o an ordiimn -e for i
ptovement ef EighteeLth itrect, fr,.ra t!:K
line of Third avenue to the no tii it
Seventh ave ne, passed Jannnrv I-rt. 1
alfo "An ordinance for the 'r;r.Ti3
of Focrth av, r.ne from the nest l ie of i
street to the west line ef Two. U'th ;
and from the east HneofTwei tvthirri -trirc
viest Hi c of Twcniv-fotinh -tnel. an.i. f T i
fonrth street from the si-ntti lin- f Th niaTf
tnthenortb. line of Fifih avenne." p--el .
10, 1SS3. and for faini-hli ; ibematerala i i
the woik according to the , lan and pc :
on fl eat the city clerk's o ce.
Bl.y k bids will I e Inrnifbed on a;n:!i-::cr.
Itids rr.nt be sepurate fer e' ch imrriw:
above ipee:eert, ano sccompaii d witb a t-.n.
heca in the i-nm of fsm, ( v-Mo t. t'.i- r-rc
the treaur r of said city, which sh.i'l Nor.
felted tnsaid city tn ca-"e -he li lici r ih. !
enter into enntrict v. iih apirevid nn::;rt'H
cnte tbe v.or!i for the pr.ee ne r.t!or.e.: t; kt
and accordina to the la'is snd i-p.cS; -t
th-j event that the contn ct s'-ouM Pe a. uric;
The riaht to reject sr.y and u'i tU' k
pofals Ipbereby eip.-essly reservu bv !.: c
Rock land, II;., Ja narv. 17. IM.
l ill u'
w5,ii v r.i wt
pnmiositoiifv.. Ointment in 'asnK 58
ar.a m.ts; A Po-mve ure Tor Kx:tt:.v. "
Blei dira ltf.hlnL. i'lieonir IvV". ii or Hi ri-o:
Piles. KlHALB weaksessks and rH'.ro OtSCT1
eases; it is aUavs a cn'at benefit to tr. . e-'
bealth. i he firs' discovery ufiBfi:':''
derini? an niirnliftn i-i:h the knife nn:.fO'
hereafter. T!:is Himedy has ncrer been tr
to fall. It nrrbfiT for S nr,l bv null. "
suffer from this terriable dis ae when trie
iuarant!e is jxs:t:v:y piven with 1 hotties. "J
fund the money if "tot cured, fen-i f'Jt
fn-t: eainie. Onartuite i.9i-d byot.r ax
JAPANESE LIVER. PELLETS
Acta like masic on tho 'tomach. Liv. r &--rl
ea: dtsreis livtniensia. Tlillonsnc.s. hevrr. t
XlAM-m.. ti;.-...H .lu.nluna I nf AOI-'
restores the complection; perfect d:f"i:oB Z,
lows their use. Fofitive enre 'orSics U"5,i',
and Constipation. iSmall, mild, earv tou-1
Vialu of 50 Pills 23 cents. , .w
ILAKTZ A BAHSSjS Sole brents Kocilt
t . Hi . f K H I. c " "