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THE AIIGUS, WEDNESDAY.) AN U AKY 25; 18SJ3.
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
VOetCoTMt Flfteextli street an Third Ava.
fioeceeds the Holine Savines f Orcanlaed 188
TffCm. ISTE-IST .MB H DEPOSITS.
Organised aader State Law.
-pen Iran t a. n. to - a., and Wednesday aed
Saturday nighu from 7 to 8pm
n a . President
H. A- AntswoaTa, - Tloe-Pir1dBt
j Riikw.t. ... Cashier
Porter Skinntr. W. W. Wells,
& A. Kosa, n. A. Atnswortn,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fribers;, F. Hamenway.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties In the earden
pot of the weat by tha
Orchard State Bank
f ORCHARD, NEBRASKA..
. "I. W.Dabt, President.
J. S. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell Lynde. Bankers.
J. fr. Robln-wn, Cashier Rock Island National
O. O.Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sena, Wholesale Orocers.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Mitchell
Lynde's nw block.
JACKMOS & HUKXT,
i TTOKsTEYB AT LAW. office in Hoc Isavjc
Actional Bank Building, Rock Island, Hi.
ITTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
L Ostein Benetton's block. Rocs Island, IU.
.HfEMRY A HcEMKf,
aTTi"RNEY'6 AT LAW Loan money ot oo
security, make collections. Reference, V ivrh
e8A Lrnile hankers. Otflne (n PostorUco oinc.
S. W. OCLLL,
1 TTORNKT AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
H and drninz th past two years with the firm of
srownin? Sb Entriken at Moline, has now opened
an office in the nuditoriam bonding, room 5, at
d J. Sbablb. S. W. Sbabxk.
TTORVBtS an 1 Coonellor at Law and So
Hdtors In Ohancery: office Btiord's black.
R, Mi PEARGE.
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OR. J. E, HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by tbe new
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'Boars: 9 to 11 air: 1 to 4 urn.
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RCHITECTS, Rock Isltnd, 111 Office Room
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GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
-Tlaca and snperlntendeuee for aD'elass nt
fioomt M and W, Mitchell A Lynde bnildic
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Now York City.
Refitted ind -cnovard under new minagement,
on the Knropem pi n.
V.iom rates $i a day and upward.
Kestauraut equal to the bei-t In the city at mod
nB e t ate.
street rare from all R. R. stations and steam-heat
and ferry landings pns the door.
iJlLXiKKfU t, ALLEN, Prop's.
gXEOUTOK'8 N0T1 31.
Estate of Joseph Kir nan, deceased.
The undersigned having teen appointed execu
te of tbe last will aa4 testament of Joseph
Klnnan, late ef the coi nty of Rock Island,
nate ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
that he will appear before the connty court of
Rock Island county, at the oMce of the clerk of
sold court. In the city of ock Island, at the
March term, on the first enday in March next,
st wntch time all persons hiving claiu-s against
said estate are notified ami requested to attend
for the purpose of having he sameedjusted. All
persons indebted to said es cat are requested to
make Immediate payment o the nnderstmed.
Dated this 1st day of No' ember, A. D. 189.
J. S. MAVTHKWS, Eitxntor.
Estate of Dennis Warren, rccee.se 1.
The undersigned having oeen appointed a 'rain
is'ratcr of toe estate o' Dennis Warren, late
of the coumy of Rock Island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby gi'-'i s notice thst be will
appear before the connty court of Rock Island
county, at the office i f the clerk of said conn. In
the city of Rock Island, st the March terra, on
the first Monday in Man h next, at which time
ail pers ns bavins claims gainst said estate are
notified and requested to a tend, for the purpose
of having the fame ad juste t.
All p isons indebted to said (state are reques
ted to mae immediate payment to tbe under-
i'aiea mis 7in aay or .lannary, a. v. iu.
I H1LES0N L. MITCt ULL, Administrator.
OTICT? TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will bv received nt the city
clerk's office. Rock Island. 111., until Feb . 8, 1PK1,
at 0 p. nj., for constrnciing ilie improvements
ordered by an ordinance of satd city, entitled
"Aii oromatice ror ine improvement or Twen
tieth street from the sonth line of Ninth avenue
to the north l ne of Ek'htt enth avenue," passed
Augusts, 1893; al-o an ordinance for the im
provement of Eighteenth . net, from the roath
line of Tnird avenne to the north In- of
Seventh avenne, passed January 5th. 1S93:
also "An ordinance fur the improvement
of fourth avenne from the west line of Fir?t
street to the west line of Twentieth street
and from the east line of Twenty-third street to the
west line of Twcnt-fonr.I street, and of Twenty-
lourtn street rroui tne S"U'n itn- or Tuira avenue
to the north line of Fifth avenue," pas-ed Jan.
16, 1893. and for furnishing the material a-d doing
ine won accoraioz to tne lans and epecmcations
n n eat tne city cieraa citice.
Hlai k bids will re fart.it bed on application.
Bids mut be sen irate for eich lmnrovement
above specified, and accompanied witb a certified
check in the snm of (51)0, ayable to the order of
tne treasnreror said city, wuica snail occome for
feited to said city in cas - he bidder thall fail to
enter into contract with approved sureties to exe
cute the work for the pric- mentioned in his bid,
and according to the plani and eoecif.ction iv
the event that the contract saould oe awarded to
The rinht to reject any and all bids or pro
posals is Hereby expressly reserved ty sa:d city.
kocjc iBianu, ill., janntry, 17,
, DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
STATE OK ILLINOIS.
Rock Islasd Couktt.
In the county conrt of saic county to the Decern
oer ertn. A. u. ivrt.
J. R. Johns on, admin strator to the es'ate of
Rosalia Hartnagel, decoas d. vs Thos. Campbell,
Amelia hirer, i neooore uar.nagei, m. uart
nasel, and E Iwin Hartnae-1
AfnidavlL of non-residence of the said Amelia
Koher, Theodore Hartna 1, Win. Hartnagel. and
Edwin Hartuagel htving be n tiled a the office of
the cietk t'f said connty conn, notice 's hereby
given to ine suia AmeitK Koner. 'i nos. tamp-i-eii,
Wm. Hartnagel, Thjodore Hartnagel, and
Eitwin HartnaL'ei, netrs or the saia Kopaiia uart
nagel. de- eased that the said i. R. Johnston
administrator i r me estate ol Kosalia uartnag I
deceased, 0. ed in the said ?onctv court on the 24th
day of December, A. D. l'&2, bis petition making
ine said Tneoaore uart iaei, r.mel a h.oner,
Thos. Campbell, Wm. I artnagel, and Edwin
Hartnagel, defend- nts and tht summons there ni
ot b-) issued out of said on -t aga nst the above nam
ed defendants, returnable on tbe first day of the
term of sa'd county ourt to he bold at the court
boue lu Slid rounty on tbe first Monday of Feb
ruary A -1. 1S!W. as is iy law required, and wh eh
su't is still pending.
Now unless you appear n said conrt on the first
day of the March term the reof to be held at tbe
conrt bouse in tin city o' Rock Island, in said
conntv and state on the first Monday of Marcb A.
I. !89i. and plead, answer or demur to the peti
(Ion tbcre In fil-d the si ru; will be taken as
confessed auamst you i.nd judgment thereon
against yon entered accor iin?iy.
Dated this l n. duy .r j in'iary, A. u. iw
IMA..MAK KOULt-.K, Clerk
McEk ry .vcEmrv solicitors.
By virtue of a special ejecution and fee bill No.
(167, issned out of the clutk's ofilce of tbe circuit
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois.
and to me directed, whereby! am commanded to
make tne amount or a certain judgment recently
obtained against L. Cro-by, in fav r of G W.
Mc'lurnev.ont of the lan s. tenements, goods and
chattels of the said def :ndnnt, 1.. Cro-bv I
have levied npon the fol owing property, to-wlt :
i.ots ronr I4. rive n, mx io.) tseven (7.)
I iL-ht 18.) in block Twc ity-nine (.9.1 la Water
town County or ho.n l-land and nlate or II tnols
Therefore. according to 4td command 1 shaltex-
pose for sale at public auc '.ion all the right, title
and interest or the aocn e named, L. Crosby
in and tothe above described property, an w ednes
day, tbe 15th day of Fet rnary, 1893, at 2 o'clo k
P. m , at the north door of the court bouse
m the oity of Rock Island, in the connty of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in band, to
satisfy sals execution anil Re bill.
Dated at Rock Island ti ls 31st day cf January.
A. U. 1KW).
C. D GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island County, Illinois.
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iXjrV CINC NNATI, O.
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"FrS f i 1 H ii cry-, -j. j jo Anna. a
buJJ 4 9-l Salt KOVKLLaCO'd
fswinAVEB AcviBnsiro BrntKAV 10 Bpruoa
As 1 went by the harbor when folk were abed
I bbw mv dead lover In his boat piillinir In:
My Love be came swiftly and kissed my
wm ten log neaa.
And my cheeks so hollow and thin.
And fare to face we nestled by the wash of
And after lonn sorrow the iov it was sweet.
I combed his locks of honey with my lltt .e sil
And with my bands I warmed his feet.
The sea-foe;, crept round us as white as tbe
And he lay on the sea-sand with his head on
No night wind broke the silence, nor any
In that death-white fog- from tbe sea.
And then I crconed over him our sweet songs
Ochone, I could not warm him, and never a
word he sroke.
I loosed my heavy hair then, the gray locks
v.ltti the gold.
And wrappvd him in a living cloak.
I never thought to ask him the wherefore he
Or If his heaven were lonely, and this earth
I prayed with eager longing that the rocks
wouia oe aumo.
And the night-time last a year.
Ochone. tbe cocks came crowing, and lie arose
His darlinv black head hanging, out through
the soa-foir's snow.
O, wherefore, darlintr, darling, did you break
my auu content.
And why did you come but to go?
Katharine Tynan In Atlanta.
THE MALMAISQH EMERALD.
"What!" said Uncle Venable. "you
want to jet mar-ncl?" erbena
drooped her pretty head, while a
blush crept over her face.
"If you tlon t mind, sir.
"But what nonsense that is!" said
Mr. Venable. shutting his cabinet
drawers, leaning back in his chair and
looking nt Verbena with eyes like gim
lets. "Who is the voiinr: m:in, then?"
"Please, uncle, it's Fritz!" whispered
Verbena, half inclined to run away
and hide herself.
-Fritz:" roared Mr. Venable. "That
"He's a farmer," admitted Verbena,
"but he owns his farm, sir. And his
mother is very anxious for me to come
there, because "
"Oh. I can imagine that!" said Mr.
Venable, with a sneer. "Yon a Ven
able talking of marrying a farmer!
You, the heiress of the Malmaison
emerald! You, that might take any
place in society that you wish, when
once the value of the gem is known, to
talk of allying yourself to a clodhop
per like that, who doesn't know an
opal from a moonstone!"
Verbena burst into tears.
"He isn't a clodhopper," said she.
"And I wish there wasn't any such
thing as the Malmaison emerald!"
Mr. Ventible transfixed his niece
through his spectacles with a glare
that might have paralyed her.
"Silencel" said he. "Do you know
it is on the reputation of the Malmai
son emerald that the Venables will go
down to fame? The Empress Joseph
"I don't care for the Empress Joseph
ine!" said Verbena, who, having drawn
the swgrd, was now minded to cast the
scabbard away. "And I'm not par
ticular about fame, and I don't snp-
pose I shall be a Venable forever."
"That sort of talk won't do, Ver
bena," said the old gentleman, solemn
ly. "Where would society be if every
one refused to bear the responsibility
and shoulder the cares of their sta
tions? You are not merely my niece.
Verbena. You are the representative
of the Venables. To you in my will
is left th' guardianship of the Mal
"I am sick of hearing of it," vehem
ently protested Verbena.
"And," went on Mr. Venable, "1 de
sire you to give up all idea of marry
ing this young man. It's entirely out
of I lie (jt.olioti -c::lirc'.v!"
"Rut what is lliis about the M:l
rr.nisnii -morald?" jisked Fritz Kl
com be, in a bewildered way, when he
found Verbena crying by the sitting
room window a few boars later.
"You don't mean," said she, "that
yon never heard of the famous Mal
"That's my meaning exactly," ad
mitted Fritz. "Do consider in my be
half that I've only been here a year,
and have lots still to learn."
"Well, listen," said Verbena, half
crying, ,half-angry. "It's a famous
"Oh, it is, is it?"
"And it used to belong to the Em
"Did it, indeed?"
"And she wore it in those days at
"Hence the name, hey?"
"I suppose so. And Queen Hortense
gave it to sime one, who sold it to
somebody else, and it was finally given
to one of the Venables, who was a
surgeon in the English army, by a dy
ing officer out in Hindustan, to whom
he had been able to render kind offices
and so it has come down to us. It
really is a wonderful gem."
"I should suppose so," politely in
credulous. "They say," went on Verbena, "that
when uncle kept it in the little iron
safe let into the guest-chamber wall
whoever slept there used to dream
of a beautiful sad-faced lady, who
walked up and down under the trees
and wrung her hanJs. That was the
Empress Josephine, of course, Fritz."
"Of course," still more incredulous
ly. "And my uncle declares that the
color in the stone is always dim and
turbid when tiie anniversary of the
poor lady's death comes around,"
further added Verbena.
"Yes, that is exceedingly probable,"
dryly observed Mr. Elcombe.
"My uncle has been offered a great
deal of money for the gem," said Ver
bena, with a sigh, "and I wish to good
ness he'd sell it. But he wont! And
what is worse, he wants me to marry
a hateful, spectacled little old man in
New York, who, next to himself, is
the best judge of jewels in the state,
and who owns a green ruby which is
a dead match to Uncle Venable's un
set emerald. He calls it an archaeo
-Well, 1 should think that it partook
somewhat of that nature," said Fritz,
"He is going up to New York to
morrow to a lapidaries' convention.'
saia veroena, -ana x suppose tie will
bring Mr. Twistleton back with him.
"Don't be alarmed, heart's dearest."
said Fritz, consolingly, encircling her
waist with his arm. "The only way in
which we can effectually guard against
this comination of ills is "
"To get married while Mr. Venable
"Oh. Fritz. I wouldn't dare openly
to defy him like that. He has been
verv kind to me." fluttered Verbena.
"i'll be good to you, too, mv dar
ling!" "Kunsense, Fritz. You're spoiling
my hair. Do stop, Fritz," protested
"Then promise me, Verbe.ia."
"No, I'll promise nothing."
At the lapidaries' convention there
was a stormy session that year. Herr
Heidelgrun was there; a snuffy, dried
up old man. of great age. a:d still
greater arrogance, who had apparent
ly come out of his spider-web in Vien
na for the sole purpose of disconcert
ing nil the antiquaries of the western
"Dij Malmaison e meruit!" said Herr
HVMelgriiii. "D.tt ish a mistake.
Vat you call one big lie. It occupies
you ail your time to :h:ise dese lie, and
den nail" iiim down. I haf the Mal
maison emer.tli in mine collection."
"How can that be?" said Mr. Vena
ble, choking with rage, while Mr.
Twistleton stood by, ready to espouse
his friend's cause, "when here it is
the very stone itself!"
He opened the velvet case, which
oontaiued the drop of green tire. It
blinked at the circle of eager faces
above it like a baleful eye.
Herr Heidelgrun laughed a shrill
cackle of derision.
"Dat de . Malmaison emeralt," said
he. "Oh, how easy are some folks
hoodwinked! A ferrv goot imitation,
I grant. Oh, yes; I can tell you all
about him. But de genuine Mal
maison emeralt it was sell me in 1850,
at Vienna, by one Captain Giles Vena-
"Verbena's father," thought Mr. Ven
able, witli a start and a sinking of the
"For de gracious Empresss Auffusta,
who den making de collection for a
necklace which should outshine all
the courts of Europe. I pay Captain
Venable 3,01)0 florins for him'and I en
gage my best workmen to make him
an imitation Malmaison emeralt which
shall deceive the very jeweler himself.
-I t'nk I make my fortune, but I am
wrong. De captain he pocket his
florins and rides away. De gracious
empress she change her mind. She
gets tired of emeralts and she t'nks she
will haf pearls. But I know acre will
some day be a market for de Mal
maison emeralt. I keep him. I hal
him yet. Here he is and here is de
letter from Captain Giles Venable
Whtr.tl nrnrpt Ilia rronninnnoca VhH
Are you satisfied now?"
And the green blaze of the real gem
put the artificial imitation to shame at
Mr. Venable came home without
waiting for the adjournment of the
convention. He did not brine; Mr.
Twistleton home with him.
"A man who couldn't tell even a
bogus stone from a real one!" sput
tered Venable, "and calls himself a
judge of gems. Verbena, come here!"
V erbena came accordinp-ly.
-I've got something to tell you,"
-Yes, uncle " murmured Verbena.
her little heart giving an ominous
"The Malmaison emerald i3 a ham-
bus!" said Mr. Venable, distinctly.
"And Cable Twistleton is a charlatan
and an adventurer!" And he proceed
ed to impart to his niece the revela
tion of Herr Heidelgrun.
"Your father has wrecked the fam
ily fortunes and broken mv heart, my
dear " snirl ho "I'll n-U-o nVi tl.o timlr
" - 1 .11V. .1. II II J
of gems and I will devote myself to
roses. They cannot imitate flowers.
And, Verbena "
"You may marry young Elcombe if
you wish. Twistleton doesn't deserve
a wife, after this."
"Thank you. uncle," said Verbena,
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if IST1 IBBBf TBi Ti aVlll
10th. at the Rock Island House
Diseases at Rectum, Piles, rutins,
Fistula, and Ulcers cured permancr.t'y :
out pain, knife, cautery, or deletion froa
Epilepsy, Catalepsy, Etc., cured trs
wonderful new discovery.
Skin Disea8C8, Eczema, Pscriaif, Pityr
sis, Lichen, etc., etc,, treated succesffsnV.
Diseases of the Stomach, Liver, iU
Diseases of Women positively curd a
taken in time before the nervous syaer.a
shattered. Delay and improper ireatmrat
the cause of so many unhappy rcsaUs ir
this class of cases.
Diseases of the Heart and Blood-lb
large majority of so-called Heart Disease
Diseases of the Eye and Ear a;; oper
ations necessary done without any pain sxi
without the use of anaesthetics.
KIIOFICTOREI CF CR.KEBS USD
Ask Toar Orocer for Them.
Tbe Oarlf tv "Ctstbh" and Chr:y -Tin
Beer and Cigars always on Htf
. haadwlchas Fnrnlsbe.l on :ort Not:
is sold ,fr)ti
J" Kkii.-aatee to cere all nervous cllpct.ies. seeh as :',.h:.t ftt
lossof iraiiii'owrr J.jcjie. Walsetulnesj, Lwt Manlil-M'"'
srons, Neryoasnes,'jC-w-H,-?. all rt rains and loss of iMiwer'f t'K"
atlmuls.nt wnn-h ion lead to 1-irtrr; i'v- fcr(s
tlon and Insanity, a'ut op oonvenient t. curry In vest po-;..t.
airehy mai! for as. With e"ery jor;r a -. -u u tri'r ,n":."li. iil
or ran4 tAc imt. Ctna'la "eo. aure . Am-. -1
Bahaseo Jrt Ave. '.nd 20tfc Ueet.