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THE AIMHJSJ PBIDAI, JANUARY 20, 18y3.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
C-9ee Corner FlftMElk street aa Third Ave,
eatceeedsoge Molle8evhra ' aua. Uroalawlism
5 FerCSST. ISTEKSST .AID Q5 DEPOSITS.
Organised aider State Lews. ,
Open from t s. m. to S - m., end Wednesday eod
Saturday lichee fromT to 8pm
Poitbb Pimim, - President
H. A. AntswoaT, Ylee-Preeideal
MEliliKi, - - Caanier
Porter Hkinaer. W. W. Welle,
C A. Rose, 1 . A. Alnsworto,
G.H. Edwards. W H. Adams. !
Andrew rnbere;, f. F. H amen way.
Hi rem THrllmr.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In the rarden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
f OKCHAPD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dart. President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde. Banker.
J. P. Kohia-win, Cashier rtoolc Inland National
C. O Carter, M. D.
Henry Dan's Sons, Wholea flrocen.
ATTOKNEV AT LAW-Offlce In Mitchell
LyndeV new block.
4i HHUS A HL'KST,
A TTOKNE7M KT LAW. Office in Rock Islanr
ttSwnti.! rak Building, Ro k Island, 111.
o. l. vtun
sWr.ENEY A WALKER,
ITTORNBYB WD COUNSELLORS AT LAV
LOre In Ber.gston's block. Rock Island, HI.
Hi EMRT WcEMRt,
iTTORN 8 Y' AT LAW Loan money on cow
security, make collections. Reference, Mitch
ell Lrnde barkers. Office in Pootofftce bloc
S. tV. ODtLI,
JTTORN'EY .T LA W Pormerlv of Port Byron.
.1 and during th-- past two years with The firm of
Jrowninr A Bntrik-m et Mollne, has now opened
at olBcr in the inditorium building, room &, at
O. J. 8iKLS . W blABXI.
TTORVBrS n1 Coen'ellors at Law end So
rid tor In 'baaoerv: oftce Bsiord's blocc
R, M. PEARCE,
Boom in Mitchell & L Hide's new bloc..
DR. J, E. HAWTHORKE,
Teeth extracted wltborrt pom by the new
So 17i8 Hecond STenae. over Krell Math's.
Mitchell Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
. R. Hollnwhush, M. t), Geo, E. Berth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLO WBUSH,
PnT-iriv?m AND ? URO N3,
Oice40la3'dt. 1 elephone 108
Kesidence 781 21tt. " 1188
orrica hours :
Dr, Bar'h I Dr. Hollowhnsh
to 10 a.m. 10 to 1-' a.m.
1 to land 7 to 8 p. m. I 3 to 5 hi, d 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. HOBIN30N
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCaUoaiih Building, 14 W. 3d St.
Hoars : 9 to 11 air : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. P. Mrs .s, M. D. Geo. W. Wdeh.ih,;m. D.
DRS. JtfYERS & WHEELER,
ture?-i-v n ip ...,,.. or Women
OBce orer Krell A Math s. Telephone 1148
- ernca hocbs:
to 12 a. m I 8 to ID a tn.
Ho 5 ac.1 7 to 9 p m II toS and 7 to 0 p, in
tee, telephone 1X0. Re. telephone, llsO.
aid L. Bnun. Clark U. Bnvoar.
HAMM1 TT & CUFORD,
AKCHITECrs, Booi Tsl'nd, HI OfBoe Room
41, Mltobell Lynda bmlllng.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR.
PIsxi and enperlntendunee for slTelasr of
Bewnu 53 and So, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broailw.tjf, Cor Prince St., New Tork City.
ReHtted nd -ei.oTatid arjili r new mnigemeit,
on tbf Kniop "tn p n.
K.-xim rau-e $. day and npwird.
Rerta rant tqnal to the bcrt In the city at mod
rtietars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landii.e-p8e the door.
iiJLDKB lil A ALLEN, Prop's.
THE NEXT MO'N!NO I FEEL BRIGHT KNO
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
y doctor ears It act irratly en the atomadi,
and kldnoya, and li a plnwui laxadTe. Thla drink
la made from berbt , and la prepared for nse as easily
aa tea. Ill called
Aft drairlt well tt at 50r. tm fi.o pr rttckaire.
Buy one to-day. Lane'a Family MnitHnr movp
ckcbb 'jay- a oruer vu do nPtv-iDj. mm
look's Cotton Root
. A recent dlsrorerr by an old
1 physician Hnccessfnlly used
irontbly by thonsanda of la
dies. Ie the oily perfectly
. sfe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of on
principled drnziriBta who of
fer leferlo' medic: n. s m ula . of Hue. Ask for
Cook's Cottoi H' ot Cobpoomb, tike no snbsit
tnte, or Inclose 81 nd6 ce.ts la postage tn letter,
and w will send, eraled. by retnrn mail Full
sealed particulars In plain enrel -pe, to ladiee
only, tttamps Addre-c
rONO LILL CCVPANT,
Ko. 8 Usher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Bold In Rock llf nd by Marhall Pishei.Ha'
per Hon-e. Harta tr, Bannsen Hh atreet and Jo
ave.. and drneists evervwhre.
Daring 1893 The Sun will
be of surpassing excellence
and will print more news
and more pure literature
than ever before in ia his
tory. THE SUNDAY SUN
is tne greatest Sunday news
paper in. the world.
Price 5c a copy. By mail. t8 a year.
Daily. tj mall Pi a year.
D-ily and Sunday, by mail - $8 a year.
Address Tai Ben, New York.
W. TREFZ & CO.
2011 Fourth Avenue,
Birkenfeld'e Old tand.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it yoir orn way.
It is the bett Scap made
For V a&hins; Machiut- use.
WARNOCK & RAISTQK.
So1'! evry whrre .
Dr. Renison'e Reliable Rt medy. Pamiras every
wnere amon? the ladiot as safe, prompt an-el-ctnal
The orirlnai a wm'. taltmiion. Pnte
(1 sent diOict, sealed; infi rmation frre. Address
Caton Medical Co., Boston, Mas.
H m -b. !
VITA LITVI,.. A lrvjllouriaM?lot
HE! HAS EDUCATED MANY GIRLS.
George W. Childs Bays He rraetlees Sri
flahnesa, Not Generosity.
Girls, as a rnle, respond more quickly to
the fascinations of study than do boys, and
I have always felt that they deserved as
So far as my personal experience art
concerned, (rratitude has been the rale in
almost every case where I have sought by
the means within my power to make it pos
sible for girls to acquire practical training.
I hare tip to this time educated, or rather
been the means of educating, between three
or four hundred girls And in every case I
have been rewarded by their gratitude,
their aptitnde, their general excellence in
behavior, and t heir more than general suc
cess in their chosen careers. The girls in
whom I have been errecially interested and
who I always feel have first claims upon
me are the daughters of journalists the
men and women of my own profession are
always nearest my heart. After them come
the daughters of clergymen. As a rnle the
children of newspaper men are quick nud
ready to grasp opportunities, and it l. ts
therefore been with particular pleasure that
I have afforded them opportunities to help
These girls have come from almost every
state in the Union. They have been brought
to my notice through their friends, through
my friends and through strangers. One
young girl came all the way from a small
town in Korway to my office in Philadel
phia Of these girls, strange to say, not one has
entered the newspaper profession. There
have been several lawyers and doctors,
many teachers, artist.s, bookkeepers, ac
countants, cashiers and secretaries, trained
nurses and elocutionists, and several as
pirants for the lyric and dramatic stage.
The teachers have without exception
been successful; so have the graduates of
Jaw and medicine and ol the nurses' train
ing school. The girls who had ambitions
for public careers have met with only ordi
nary success. Probably those trained for
elocutionists have made the roost money.
The girls cf musical and artiMic capa
bilities have been given every advantage
possible in the way of home and foreign
training. Several of them have been edu
cated in Paris, several in Berlin and others
in Vienna. In the selection of schools and
teachers there has lieen no general rule;
sometimes I have selected both, at other
times the girls or their friends have made,
the choice. In all cases only the best of
either have l;een employed. For one young
girl who seemed especially endowed with a
voice JIme. Christine Nilsson was requebt
cd to select the teacher. The salaries re
ceived by these girls have averaged from
$.VX to several thousand dollars a year; one
received as high as $5,000.
All the girls have become self support
ing; most of them have married, and all (I
think I am safe in saying this) have made
good wives. All of them have deferred to
my request that the men of their choice
should be honest and well able to take care
of them, and so far as I know not one of
them has found a husband who has pre
sumed upon his wife's ability to earn
money to expect her to contribute to his
It is not generosity that has made me
helpful in this respect to girls. It is in part
selfishness. 1 want to see where my money
goes. I want to know that it is circulat
ingthat it is doing good. I sometimes
feel that the only money I have is that
which I have given away. The rest is just
waiting. The money that 1 have spent upon
other people has been that which I have
most enjoyed. Many rich men have done
aa much; many have done more. I think
Mr. Drexel has done the noblest work of
all by founding his School of Industrial
Art. George W. Childs in Indies' Home
Strange to say, there are very few women
who understand the difficult art of nsing
perfumes. It is a gre;:t mistake to change
in this respect, according to the dictates of
fashion, and a thoroughly refined and ele
gant woman never commits this error. She
adopts one particular scent and uses it to
the seclusion of all ot hers, rendering it thus
peculiarly her own, a proceeding which
stamps her at once with a "cachet" of
daintiness and exclusiveness. It need not
be added that heavy scents are vulgar and
disagreeable, liesides being positively dis
tressing to persons whose olfactory nerves
are delicate and sensitive. Something
slight and subtle, such as a mixture of peau
d'Kspjvgne and Russian violet., or gray am
ber and sandalwood, is exquisite. Parisian
dressmakers and couturiers never omit to
ask when a dress is ordered from them what
perfume is adopted by their client, and
they then proceed to introduce between the
linings tiny flat sachets prepared m ac
cordance with the answer. These are inex
pensive little details which arid greatly to
the charm of a toilet and which anybody
can afford to indulge in. New York Trib
une. A Pretty Story.
Mr. and Mrs. Gladstone were staying at
the country house of a friend, and in ac
cordance with their usual custom attend
ed 8 o'clock service, before breakfast, at
the parish church. Coining out of church
Mrs. Gladstone v.-as walking ofT oneway,
when Mr. Gladstone called to ber, "Come
this wav: this is nearest" Kh mr,livl "T
don't think it is very near," and wanted to
argue tne point.
But. an unusnal thine? for Lim h mi
no mood for arguing, and said: "We'll
easily settle this question as to which isthe
shortest way. You go one way, I'll go the
other, and see who arrives homo flrct rfr
he started one way; she the other. It is
neeuiess to say ne arrived borne easily first.
He went as hard as he could go, and would
have killed himself rather than she should
in, but whether it proved which way was
the shorter is another matter; anyway be
was satisfied. Exchange.
Hiding Treaenro Is Tims of Danger
The rivil wnru tlin; rlnn.w. 1 . i- -
plunder and of secret hoards, and we may
w uurrai treasure in loilowmg
the detnnrm nf nlnt and ...
- I ' .VMI fJLi HAIL'S lUt
which secret deposits of coin may havs
been made, abandoned in the heat of Cgtt
or lost sight of by the violent deaths of
those concerned. How common and neces
sary the practice was of burying one's sav-
iiSu in mucin mine we may ieam from
Mr. Pepys' "Diary," who, on the alarm of
the Dutch invasion, hnrriixl rlnn-n
gTiineas to his father's house in Huntino
j .1 . i i , . d
uuu tuiu mere uuneu nis treasure in the
Harden. Hisrnr.ii-snf mlmi r.,. r...
tf his treasure and the trouble he had in
aiggingu upano sitting earth from guineas
are naivelv told bv tho n.iT-i am ...
V car Round.
Liability of m Telephone Company,
A telephone company which for several
weeks permits its wires to remain suspend
fd across a public highway a few feet from
ihe ground is liable to a traveler whocomes
In coutact therewith during an electrical
iturm and is injured by a dif charge of eleo
Ticity. Electrics! World.
Ik Good Old lime.
"Then thnee were g ?od,
Verchanta cared not a rath
, For any other fare, ...
Than Johnny cake and muth."
Bat now times have changed, and the plain and
simple fare of the forefathers is dose away with.
Patent floor, an ) high teieone I f aod, and strong
driaks, have taken ita p'.ace. aad, as a retnlt, dya
pepf la. Impure blood, and dUeaeia of the stom
ach, liver and lungs are unn-erous. This great
change has ltd one cf tbe most skillful physi
cians of the age to study eut a remedy for these
modern diseast , which he hse named his "Gol
den Medical Dieeove y." Dr Pierce in thin rem
edy has found a cure fir dyspepsia, bronchitis,
asthma, consumption In Its early stages and
"h ver Comp'ainta."
The Outfit of a Big Hotel.
The table farnishings needed for the
Manhattan Beach hotel alone Included
1,793 tablespoons 1,103 teaspoons 8,835
forks 2.133 knives, 237 soup tureens 259
ladles, 4,000 pieces of glassware, 414 cas
ters 1.500 dinner plates 1,500 tea plates,
1,600 cups 1,500 saucers and 500 platters.
In the matter of the linen supply there
were 1,043 tablecloths 5,810 napkins 8.260
sheets 2,153 pillowslips 7,340 towels and
2.GO0 aprons. These are but a few of the
articles needed to run a big seaside hotel.
Bow to Become fleshy.
Dr. Alilcs' Nervine not only cures all
nervous diseases, headache, blues ner
vous prostration. sleeplessness, neuralgia,
8t. Vitus dance, fits and hysteria, but also
builds up the body. "I am pltased to
say that after years of intease suffering
with nervous disease, headacbe and pros
tration, I tried Dr. Miles' Restorative
Nervine, and in two weeks caiued eight
pounds in weight. I could not lie down
o sleep, bu. now sleep perfectly easy,
and em still improving wonderfully.
CaDnot sy enough for tbe nervine.
Mrs. L B. Millard, Dunkirk, N. Y."
"One customer used Nervine acd gained
fifteen pounds in fit so. Brown & Mat
bury, Cortland, N. Y ." Trial hottles and
elegant book free t Har'z & Bahnsea's
Admitted the Fats,
Newspaper editors have to be very
cnrtful in opening tbeir columns for state
ments. But aware that tbe Dr. Miles
Medical Co. are responsible, we make
room for the following 6tiii onial from
R. McDougall, Auburn, Ind.,whofor two
years noticed a stoppage or skipping of
the pulse, his left side got so tender he
could no, lie on it, his heart fluttered, he
was alarmed, went to d;ferent doctors,
found no relief, but one bottle of Dr.
Miles' New Heart Cure cured him. The
elegant book, 'New and Startling Facts,"
free at Harts & Bahnsen's. It tells all
about heart and nervous diseases and
many wonderful cures.
M lei Kerve and Liver Fills
Act on a new principle regulating the
liver, stomach and bowels through tbe
nerves. A new discovery. Dr. Miles'
Pills speedily cure billiousness, bad taste,
torpid liver, piles, constipation. Un
equalled for men, women, children.
Smallest, mildest, surest! 60 doses 35
cents Samples free at Harts & Uhn
Owned by Englishmen.
The amount of land in tbe United States
that is owned by members of the house of
lords and British syndicates would be ear
prising to most Americans who believe
that America is owned by Americans.
The aggregate shows aVe immense total
of 20,941,616 acres, or an area greater than
all of Ireland, 2,000,000 more than all of
Scotland and more than half as much aa
England and Wales. New York Herald.
Woman's) Health and Llfte
depend more on regularity than on any or
all causes combined. An actual or living
death is the result of derangement of
functions which make woman what she
is; Immediate relief Is tbe only safeguard
against wreck and ruin. In all cases of
stoppage, delayed, painful or other irreg
ularities Bridfield's Female Regulator is
the only sure remedy. Sold by II art z
I ustd three bottles of "Mother's
Friend," and wben I was sick I never
went to led until 12.30, and my boy was
born at 3 a. m. iih scarcely any pain. I
will do all I can in recommending it to
expectant mothers. Your thankful friend.
M R8 B . F . WA1.TKRB-DS.
Marion, O.. Set t 1S90.
When Baby was sick, we gave her Castor!.
When she was a CThlld, she cried for Castori.
When she became Khs, she clung to Cofforia.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves
tho bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comto.t for lUiprove
mDt of the complexion. 11; only Poi
soul's Powder 'here is riotSiing equal to.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads t consumption.
Kemp's Balsam trill stop the c rtgh at
Wa Offer Vow m JiewteeTjr
trhlch J.-Muro Snft'y to
" MOTHER'S F:'- m "
Koht f'.onflncrr. r. o.
rain, Horror at.Cii.iefs.
Afteruslngonehottleof " Mother's Friea J
auflvd but M'.Uerin. and ditl ntic.-xpjrk-DoethH
weakness afrer-ad uuU La such cases. Mrs.
Ajuoe Uaoe, Lamar, Xo., Jan. lilb, U91.
Sent try express, ch&nres prepaid, on receipt of
BB1PFIELD EKGULITOU CO.,
ATLANTA, G A,
BOLD BY AU. IMV'Y.
Sold by Harts A Bahnsea
eK V THC , j , KKFCCT POKTt AIO
permit of its Instantaneous
GEORGE 8CHAFER, Proprietor.
01 Second Arecae Corner of Sixteenth Street, Opposite Birttv
afa mm . nfi a 1 .
I he choicest wine. Liquors,
Tree Leach Every Day
A. D. HUESiNG,
Represent, among other ilme-tned and re,
know Fire Insurance Companies he following
Royal Insurance Company, of England..
Wescheeter Fire Ins. Company of N. Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. .
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, St. V .
Cltliecs Ins. Co., of Pmshcrgb, Pa.
Ban Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Hiven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee, W1
3ermas rire Ine. Co.,of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. DLL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash afsetf.
Fire, Life, Tornado-
Bonds ofl Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitche'l A Lynde's block
RKk Island, Ills.
CSfBecure uur rates; they will ratcres yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable companv ru aftorc
Your Patronage ! solicited.
LONG LIFE TO THE AGED.
Old people can greatly pro
long their live s if they will ot.ly
observe a few simple iu'e--. In
the firet place they onbt al
ways to drese warmly, eeptci
.illy in the fall ard ear.'y in tie
epiirg. Then they ought to
eat nourishing food and tc keep
the feet warm. Then tbey
should avoid getting overheat
ed and sitting in draughts.
Thef e are the main rules to be
observed. They cught also to
keep a cherfnl couutenance,
and to avoia worrying and fret
ing. Nothing conduces to old
aee so much as this. If people would
only maintain sn tquable flaw of spirits
they would soon see the change in a
bet cr . on.lrioc tf health. When they
di liki cold they rhould take Reid's
German Couch ar.d Kidnny Ci-e for
tlis tr.-st rem t:y riin-.ntes ihe vit. 1
fcice , aroiws the aii'Dejs To action and
rtttorea tha firca'ii n io its imrmii
state. Tnia is the oik coi:gh remedy
ii the market thai ac'.s in this maoLer.
Get it o' any dealer.
SYLVAN KKMEDY Co ,
wm tmvlibiiu MClria ail Knlm maltret rrvm
rcrtauuw.r braia. ". form, ummmcf isSlMrZ
fiLaiJZi"" "J"u- 'tain.. tow. terxuMD.
pliot., lu. ttk, I.bIwii. .elsttea. twmmm
ri.'.uiato o..T u h.f, aad Kl.M a mrml itil k
latlT f.llb, u. ,rrrr or ftMI Sa,eeo.eo7aa4
aiTaam raie by UI. KU-veloo. 0Ta,tioa tfltr all
la tku and r.r tLr nM. "
Q.ryvwl.l lBp,.. KUTTBIC STRITItSOay b f
K.e,rrM by wail iUwa saspoKia.
rsiuvoxirr wiiaCTTtTo t-
0 f- " trt crWA&,flS:
y ? lrtiSatwB-Jiivi I" .-Si iihA-"j
GOES PARTHEBtTT Wl I
preparation and enfl, i. I
and Nutritious! r '
ceer End tiears always
'"avs On (ij
Estate of Rtb-tca W, .th j,,
Tre nuaerf'rne-i hivtrg w' "
cmorof the lt will ana ten, "e
W.l-h,late of the con,; i
if HUnoi-. deceM.d. h- r. bv r .1 k ''
will appear 1 fo-f the conrn roL1",'5-rj
count J, at th offl. e of th, cVrt of'.
uv city ui rioca
tbe arst Monn
all persots hai
notifl- d and re
of havinz the
aeDteoto.aidest-te are ron...-j
mediate payment to ibe urd. VZL
Dated ihia lHh day of D.-rn,Krt:
Estate of Jnf,.ph K:nnan, dM.
lor of the last will ,tf ... .V,
Rinnan, lato of the cowmV,
state ol Illinois. dcead b rts, 11
that he will appear btfore til- 'r ,
Hock Island county, at the o;Er 1
saidcourt,in the city oi hor , , t:' (
Ma:ch term, on the flp-t M, .. . .:"!.-
t wnlch time til persor k.V-,''.f u''1
id estate are noti3e! aij r, . "..i1 ' v
(or the purpose of havh.ir .ne " '
1,-ersons indebted to aio it-.. a., .'" ,
maae in-mediate parmmt to t- V.'""'
Dated this l?t dv of N"V, ri:.r ,
j.'s. matthla ;;'.
Estate of Tientit Warren.
The ODdrryignea bavii,i; ht-.-iV-.'
tra r of tfe e t o of ! . .'
of the coun v of K-ick tra n t-.. ""
noit.. decct'eu, hceby pi-.t.f . ,.,,', ',
apptar before tliH x ui t urt ,,f i
count, t tin .ffire f tbe cl. rk . f
the ciiy of Kc Island, at ti V-i
the first. Mornljv in .Man h nt x:
all peis ns bavinPclain. acatfr- f".
notified and rtq..tid to at:ei., f, r
of havinit the Fame ad'ti-tf-i. ' "'
!l p. ifoi.F indebttd to sa'd . ,.,
ttd to mat e immtdiati j.a unj.t to ,
1 ated this ?;h dv of .Tunr.aiv i r,
jOUCK TO CONTRACTOBS.
8cied Tiropopals will be rvt. r-d st '.
clerk's offlce, hock Inland. 111., ui.:i FtM
at p. n;., for conFtmctii e the ir
ordtrcd by an ordinance of g.nd c
ordinance for the tipriTerre-i'lf -Hth
striet fron t!i-outh Hi e uf N' -ti-tothc
nnnhtnecf Eighteenth aver,ae-
AncustS, 1PM: al o an ordi..nr fr" ,
piovrment .f Eijrhteenth tnet, fr u,',
Hne of Third avenue to tbe no u ,s
Seventh are ue, pasaed Junnarv
; orai nance for the in.rvu
strtet to tbe wst lino of Tweltjui
and from the eastlineof Tv ts.th r.,.
west li' ei.fl went. -fourth -trtct. and -,m
.umi,u .urn iiuoi me si utn nn or TSrr)l
-u.ruuiui iidk oi riiia avenue." t
IB, 1"S. and for fu ni-binc ihemntr . i
oik accordinp to the , lane and .p. tru
Bla, k bide will i e iorr,i-heJon i r'irtvit
above t-pecified, ano arcompan d t . rr-Jt
rhrrhlnth..ninMfl-n ' 1
the treaeur. r of said city, whirh t.h ! Vmc.
..,nui.,niUiiij,uciCIe D Hl.fl .til
I enter .oto con'ract with appmv. d .urfir.
cute the v.ori. for ttie price m rt orei
ana accord m to the plans and p c tr s
the event that the contrnct should Do irwx
I The richt to rejeet any ar.d all i
j posas thereby exprersly n-wnw a.
HfWC 111 T - 1
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ltOEERT h1 KI L
8TTE OF ILLINOIS. (
Kot-a Island Cockty. Fe
In the county court of said county :o it,e
btr lerm. A. D. 1W.
J. R. Johnson, administrator t" 'he
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u--... inru :i!re iiarj.act i. vie
naael, and E : win Hartraeel
Affldaii of Eon-rcidtncc of t'le n 1 3i
Koher. Thoa..iv Hartnail, Wm. -ant.ts.
Edwin Uartcajel h-ning be n t!td -n ike !!!
the cle k of said conntv court, mitire r !i-tt
given to the et-id Aniol a Kohtr. ihr.
!., Wm. Hart sf el, rhodore Flint an', c
Kdwin Hartnatel, beira of the u.d Xo-t uHn
nagel. dciessed that t'e said J. R. viae.
administrator of ihe ee ate of Rosai:a B.k:i:.
deceased, fl ed in the said cont tv co i-t -n'trit
aay cr Uecemfcer, A D. 1 s, his p.:i;:oa b u.
the said Tbeod re Dartna. I, K e
Tho-. Campbell, Wm. Ilartnwl. rd
Ba tnajttl, .:efer d- ntsana tnn s umTiif i s .h.rtt
enbe issued out of said court s.k 1 rth a t
J del. DdniH. r. tarnanle on t e r: c-. cf-
te-m of saj 1 county c iart to b bo i : thr c f
b n-e iu Slid c unty on tbe rM M mcsv ' tf
ruary A D. tp93, . js tjy jaw nqiiirf . ad -
an t la afill r.w.Ai n
ow unlts-s you appear ;n f.vd c
day oft eM r. h tem thereof td
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count and t-ite on the first Moudiv "f X:ci fcp
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i n luetw in ni. a tbe same w.il he :ike:
confeset atatnst on and jidca-.tit tk-'.n'
against yon entered according v.
Dated this IS h.day of J .n ia'rr. A !". J
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T. H. THOMAS.
A Vhi SWAVSE'S '
ABSOl-UXELY CITESSL Uil I
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