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CHlCattO, RUCia iBLAl a i i 1". .
way Depot cornet iT.rthavenneand Thirty
Int street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
Council Bluffs Minneso- I
U DT Express I
Kumi City Day Express. ..
Donaci i -lnffa Minneso- I
6 :20 am
U hxpriss ( 7:40 am, l:pm
Omaha ud Denver Vestl- 1 I
bale Express I , .44 am t:M am
Kmiu cut Limited 4:4t am 11 ;in pm
fttnart-Roes Island Express 6:40 pml :ioam
Daily, tQotng east. foing went.
BURLINGTON ROUfE-C, B. A V. KAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth tt.
M.J. Yon ng, agent.
U Low J Express
Beardetowa Passenger. .
Way Freight (Monmouth).
Ml Pan Express .
S :40 au
6 :46 pic
8 '4ft pm
1 :bb km
11 : am
CHICAUO. MlLWAt'KSS 8T. PAUL RAIL
way Kacine A Souui western Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. Jt. D. W. niiinvs.aL-ent.
TRMNS. UiVl. Armiv
Hail and Siprese riX 9:rti .
8U Paul' Sxpr es 8:M).m. 11 .4 . a-
Ft. eeninvl'o! . .. 4--
ROCK INLAND Pfc-ORIA KAlLWAx 1K
pot First srennv and 'Pwentietb a'.reet. Y,
H. Rockwell, Ant.
Fax Mall Express
Cable Accommodation .
ft 'lift air t
1 :25 pm
S :10 am I
4 '10 Tim i
Bcrun;tvn, cedar rpids a nortu
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dnv
enport. J.K Hannegtn, Qen.T'kt Pa Aent.
3 00 am
10 4S am
Leave West Davenport.
MOOT DIRECT ROUTE TO T&B
East. South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island.
a :au pm
H -IK nm
9 :ot pm
8 :0 pm
1 :90 am
Ar. Rock Island....
....(10:10 amj 8:50 pm
iraa pmi 7 :(B pm
Aocom.nodatioc trams leave Rock Island at
:00 a. m. and 6.20 D. m: arrive at Peoria 8:50
m. and 1:15 a. m. Leave Peoiia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m, and 1 :5
All trains ran di II t exreot Rnnda".
Ail passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair caron Fast Express between Rock
blood and Peoria, both directions.
Through tieket' to all points; baggage checked
tnrongn to qescinanon.
A r mm
Lv. Rock Is) ail.
An. Reynolds ...
1 11.00 am
. I 6.2 am 19.50 pm
i mw j.j
.! 7.55 am 8.0(1
MCQu MUTED WITH THE 0E0GRAPHY OFTHIS COUNTmr WIU 08TA!
UCH MIUMIE INfORUkTIM FROM A 8TUDT OF THIS UAF CF THf
CMcap, Boct Islanl & Pacific Ey,
The Direct Rente to sad from Chicago, Jolist, Ottawa,
Vensia. La Balls, Moltne, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Muscatine, OttUinwa, Oskaloosa, Des
Moines, Wintersst, Audubon, Harlan and Council
BlnlTs. in IOWA ; Minneapolis and St. Paul, In MIX-
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, In DAKOTA
Cameron, Bu Josepb and Kansas City, in MlSSOl'Itl
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbory and Nelson, In NEBRASKA
Atchison, Leavenworth, Horton, Topeka, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, lc
KANSAS; Kingfisher, 1 Reno aid allnco, in INDIAN
TERRITORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
in COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, aflbrding the best mcillUes of Inter-
toromtmtcauon to all towns and cities esat and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicagttaad to Pacific and
VSSTXBVZK XXPRXSS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
BT I'VLtl A w . . . . .
' " vnvnA, ana ueiween CHICAGO
DENVER. OOLOllATm RPRlvr.o . I m-tmi
KANSAS CITY and TOPFCA r,H i. ex irwcvi
FlrSt-QaSB Dav rVr-ViM CD w owm n-.vr. fr. , t
CARS, and Paiaos Bleepers, with Dining Car Service
wuKcviiuuti m it-Tcr mna uuormao tip rings
diverging railway Uses, now forming the new
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN BOXTTZ
Over Tihlcb saperbly-eqrrlpped trains run dally
VUI) ATT5 U' I'l'mriTtm m-r vm-mm . . "
mAHUi, to ana from Salt
Lais City, Ogdan and Ban Francisco, THE ROCK
aA.anv ia wan ui iTirect ana favorite Line to
- - - - m. .... u,un mu 1 inxj ana
cenic resorUandclUes andjnintng districts In Coloraaa
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St Joseph and Kansss City to and from all lm
ortant towns, dties and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Causae and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
own, Sioox Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and 81. PAUL,
wr.iiect.ong for all points north and northwest between
' be lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Informatior
, pply to any Coupon Ticket Office is the United States
t Canada, or address
L 8T. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
VHanjac. GsnTTkt APss Act,
QgZCs Q vr
TMC NEXT ft ORNINO I FCEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND (IV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Mv doctor s its it acta rentlv on the stomach.
liver and k Idn- -vs. and is a pleasant laxative. This
drink Is made from herbs, and m prepared tor dm
saasnyaalea It Is called
A 11 dnanriste sell it at (Oc and ti a package. If yo
cannot get it. send yoor address for a free sample.
Iaes Fam ly Medicine moves the bowel
esckdsT. In order to be healthy this Is neceesary.
Address ORA1 OH F. WOODWARD, La Roy. JS. V
05iook,s Cotton Root
W .L A recent dlaroverv bl an old
'.M. ii nhvslcian Successfully nsed
ontbly by thousands of la-
Is tne oniy perrccuy
snd relisble medicine
iseovcred. Beware of nn-
nrincinled ormrhflsta who of
fer Infer... m"dicin'S in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Totto itror Comtousb, take no substi
tute, or incle 81 and 8 couts in postage in letter,
and we will snd, scaled, by return mail Foil
sealed particn ars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, 8 etampf . Addrc-e
?-'o. 8 Fieher Block, Octroi. Vich. '
Bold In RncV Island by Marshall A Fisbet. Hs
per Uoone, Uartc A Uannsen. 2Jth street and So
ave..and drns's everywhere.
i TT.1KNEY AT LAW-);nce in Mitchell A
L Lynde'r new block.
J At KNUN HCKST,
TTOiiN RS AT LAW. OiEet .n Rock Itla. d
o.'timia! d:.nk Bi lJi.iir, Ro liaud, (1L
D. VtBNll O. X.. VitSIS
SVV.ENEV & WALKER,
4 TTOhNEYd AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
1. Office in Bt ugslon's Mock, Rocs. Wlftnd, 1U.
MiIMRt & McEMBV,
iTTtlRNST'S AT LAW Loan money or. tooc
seearity.n: ake collections, Ktforence. Mitch
ell Lyndo. tankers. Office in Poetor?ce block.
S. W. OCELL,
1 TTORXEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
and dnrinc- the past two years with the firm of
Irownins A E striken at Moline. has now ouened
tn office in th Anditoriam bonding, room 5, at
C. J. Seabje. S. W. Seabxb.
SEA.RLE ck SEARLE,
I TTORXKTj anl Councilor at Law and So
llicltocs tn (banoorr ; office Btford's block.
R, M. PEARCE,
Room 83 H Mitchell A Lynde't new bloca .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth xtracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
3RS, BICXEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde'a Block. Rooms ?.9-81
J. K. Hollow insh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D,
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHT8IC1AN9 ANT) SURGHONS.
Office 40928rd st. Telephone 1065
Residence Tl 21st st. 1188
owice aorrns :
Br, Barth I Dr. Hollowbush
StolOvm. I 1(1 to 12 a.m.
1 to 1 and ' to 8 p, m. I 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. C3AS. M. ROBIXSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office MtCniloogh Building, m W. Sd St.
Boars : 9 1 11 am : 1 to 4 nm.
i. F. Mteis. M. D. Gio. W. Wbeei.kr, M. D
DRS. MYERS &
Sorcery ttntl lie-- of M'omrs
USce over Krell A Math s. Telephone 1148.
c IK. WTERS. I DR. VrHEELER.
Otoiaa. w I 8 to 10 a.m.
to 6 and 7 H t p. m. 1 1 to S and 7 to p. m
tea. telephone 12(10. I Res. telephone. 1190. 1 f
Edward L. Hakiti. Cisrk H. Buford.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
k BCBITErS, Rock Island, Til. OfficeBoom
XL 41, stiu bell Lynde banding.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR.
Plau at d snperintrndenoe for all class oJ
Booms 58 ai d 58, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Befitted mid renovated under new management,
en the Ecrcpean pln.
Room rat- $1 a day and upward.
Restaurai.t equal to tbe be ft in the city at mod
fetreet cart from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and fi:-ry landings pass the door.
HlLDKhVlH A ALLEN, P-p's.
Whodejtre? a rrood business pottion mtb'- Wcr-nf
. j ,w uiu n rue at um e iur i ns.iw i ivi
anions Me ropotltan lluitnesa tVllege, C' -crv-f.
s-years Occupies It can hnt'emr
THE GAMINS OF HOME
THEY ARE A SOURCE OF DELIGHT
AND TORMENT TO TRAVELERS.
Clever Little Crchlns M ho Grow Vp From
Early Childhood Homeless and Without
Restraint They Have Many Wars of
Earning; a Living.
"Street gamins In Rome," the reader mar
think, "are probably not very different
from street gemips elsewhere curious, im
pudent and a nuisance generally."
They certainly are endowed with those
qualities most generously, nor are they all
as handsome and interesting as the familiar
"Roman Boy," with large, dreamy eyes,
long, black locks, and the stereotyped high
pointed hat, which may be Been in oil, aqua
relle or copper in the windows of almost
every art dealer.
Early in the morning these little fellows
begin their day's work. The first thing to
be done is usually to secure breakfast in
some way from one of the numerous hei-ds-
men who daily bruig their goats to the city
and milk them in the street, one by one, as
they find customers on their route, Wht n
the herdsman for a few moments leaves his
flock to deliver milk and solicit new order.
the watchful, half naked boys wili dart
out from a corner or alley, squat down and
suck the fresh, warm milk from the full
ndders. When the indi-rnant rustic appears
with his long staff to punish the juvenile
marauders, they are oil and vanish as quick
ly as they appeared.
Strengthened by their primitive meal.
they now begin the ruore legitimate part of
their day's work. The newspapers are
brought out and sold under deafening yell
ing. Other youthful street hawkers" ap
pear with a variety of wares, such as pins.
toothpicks, pictures of saints, busts of ic-
tor Emmanuel and Umberto, lottery tiok-
Pts, etc. ome of the most enterprising
make rhymes on the list of their wares
and sing the same lustily to some popular
nh an experienced eve thev spot evcrv
foreigner who comes within sight, and
know to perfection how to take advantage
at his peculiarities. When I one day dur
ing my stay in Rome got into a dispute
with a cabman because he, in addition to
the regular fare, demanded buona mansia
a ttrj a little fellow six or seven vears
Did came up and said in a paternal, assur
"Sixty centime is enough, si:. The rascal
is very impudent; don't you give him any
In the tame breath he asked me for a
soldo for the service rendered. I handed
him a coin, laughing at his grand airs, and
he received it with a condescending gesture
aa he patronizingly said:
"Orazie, signor! a revider." (I will see
you later, as we would say.) Then he has
tily made his departure, for the driver
reached for his whip and was going to pay
mm lor nis untimely meddling. I had
walked only a short distance when another
boy was at my side.
"Si, signor, you are quite right: this is
the road to St. Pietroand the Vatican give
me a soldo!"
What a logical argument! I drove him
sff of course. But a few minutes later a
ihird one bounded forwf.nl.
"Your boots, sir! your boots!"
I am not so extravagant as yome of the
lativc Rom.-:r.. who have their boots pol
shed several t:mes in a day, and I tried to
gnore linn. ': hc;i he K;pcad to my self
"l!.u.t v !,;?.: t:c!i i i.:,:!"' he exclaimed
vi-rovi::-.-;;, . s:. !.; ucr.iti along by my
a .if. "t.'.,. Din mio! v. l::it nasty liootsl Oh,
Ninto ..ia.;:x it ! v, tint boots! I reallv
ity you. sir. I:i:Ue".: s .eh boots! In fato!
am sorrv inr vo-.i!"
All this was uttered in a tone of the most
profound mora! conviction, the most disin
terested fello.r feeling of regret and sym
pathy, as if 1 were a friend whom he had
met on a forbidden way. But when also
ihis appeal failed he dropped behind a few
steps and changed his tact ics to a very noisy
'Just look at that American! One can
ilways tell an American by h is dirty lioots. "'
That was to much for me. I concluded
x let the little imp shine my loots rather
;han see the entire American people rx
pelled from the family of well polished na
;ions. These children, bold and full of vulgar
!xmbast as they are, must not lie judged
XX) harshly. It must lie remembered that
most of them are orphans. They have to
tnake their own living, and therefore often
mend their childhood in the streets, where
-hey make their way ns lest they may.
Then, too, a little friendly encouragement
changes them into the most amiable and
bliging little beings. A couple cf soldi or
cigarette makes them the most pains
taking guides and trusty messengers.
Where do all these homeless boys sleep?
rhere are plenty of quarters for the night
In Rome. Among the pillars surrounding
-he ancient buildings, the church portals
-he recesses about the chapels, the niches
jf the numberless saints all these are ex
:elient lodging places. Only the Coliseum
ait.h its eighty jiortals makes an exception.
Tor one of them is the guardhouse of the
police, and in Home, as elsewhere, a na
tural instinct forbids the street arabs to
mingle too freely with even the humblest
af city officials. After the day's battle
ome of these homeless boys will lie down
Mid sleep in the doorway of the nearest
bouse, and it is not an uncommon thin';,
when one comes home late, to stumble over
i pair of small brown legs, whose owner
mechanically reaches out with his little
hand and in a sleepy voice says, " Un soldo,
Thus passes day after day for the street
boys in the Eternal City. They grow up
in a constant fight for existence. The street
is their home and their school. They go
through life with an imperturbable sang
froid that is simply enviable. They know
of no other burden than the care for the
necessities of the moment, and among
them a cigar or a cigarette is the most se
rious. Then they become young men well
equipped with practical knowledge of the
world and with health. They are qualified
with almost everything except to sit still
and be idle. Excellent servants, good sol
diers and hard working men generally grow
Dnt of these street boys. As a matter of
course, also dead teats and criminals.
New York Tribune.
The Foam on Soda Water.
Foam is a natural product, lieing caused
by the escape of air or gas from a viscid
liquid. In the case of soda water it is the
escape of the carbonic acid gas from the
sweetened beverage that causes the attract
ive sparkling appeuranee, but the sweet
ened water alone would give rise to but a
small quantity of foam, as the gas would
too easily escape. I a order to prevent this
some mucilagiDous substance is usually
added to the sirup, which renders the mass
more viscous, so preventing the gas from
escaping and producing the attractive head
of foam so familiar to all. Thomas War
wick In Confectioners' Journal
Bhewat fair and my passion begun!
She smiled and I conld not but love!
But when from afar I detected catarrh,
No bt auty my astion could move !
In despair she sought doctors in vain,
1111 she learned of "Humanity'! toon;"
Now her breath is as sweet as the dew
Which falls npon rose in Jnna.
. Tonight, a? we sit in our home.
And I klrg her sweet lips o'er and o'er,
Ws bless Dr. Sage in our bliss.
For the joy that he bronght to oar door.
There is no disease more trying to friendship
than catarrh! Tbe constant effort to cleat the
throat and ncse, the fonl breath, all tbe features
of the ditease, make it as much dreaded by th
friend as by tbe victim. Hnmani'y has caute to
bless Dr. Bage for his "Cata rh Remedy.'' The
manufacturers offer to forfeit 9500 for any case
they cannot cure.
Intellectual Work and Long Life.
Now thr.t st many women are adopting
various forms of intellectual labor ai a
means of Irvlihood it may not be without
intere.t to conidv.r the result of severe
brain work t.u tae duration of life.
Very s,'iti-!:iLti.ry r, fereiifes with regard
to this r;i:.: . -t i-;::y 1 drawn from the ad
dress tit livctvu !.y I.tirtI Kelvin at the anni
versary i:;f it.;: -f tN": Hoyal society. His
lord-'l'lp favf a i;-; of l'.e Lumber of fel
lows who litti s-i.it- the last annual
uuciir.g. 1 ben1 were thirty-two in num
ber, including live foreign members, and the
deaths were unusually nruiertms, or, as
Lord Ktlviii said, a sadly gru;t number.
Of course it i. l ;.rdly i.ect ssary to say there
were no women among t!:eni, as ladies are
not yet adnrrttd to the diguiiy of the fel
lowship of he Ko'val society. Of tl e
thirty-two i,H.v):cVi ft l!ivs, the njres of
thirty were c'v a by his lordship; two only
wen? under ! i;t. l!.th of those were f;r
eign niemb. rs. On the other hand, two
had reached .'.u ;.". of tiimly namely, rir
George B. Airy and Sir Francis C. Knowles.
The average length of life of the thirty,
who were all presumed to lie highly distin
guished in sc ience or literature, was upward
of seventy-four ytars a very satisfactory
proof that even the highest intellectual la
bors are not incompatible with extreme
longevity. All of these gentlemen had, on
the average, passed the threescore and ten
years usually regarded as the length of
man's life. As the average life of woman
is longer th.ui that of man, there is no
knowing to what age they will survive
when they more generally adopt science
and literary occupations. London Queen.
A million Frist ds
A. friend in need is a friend indeed, and
not less than one million people have
found j ist such a friend in Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs
and Colds. If you have never nsed this
great cough medicine, one trial will con
vioce jou that it hag wonderful curative
powers in a',1 diseases &f throat, chest and
lungs. Etch bottle is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed or money will be re
funded. Trial bottles free at Hartz &
Uilmeyer's drug store. Large bottles 50c
We desire to say to our citizens, that
for fears we have been selling Dr. King's
New Discovery for Consumption, Dr.
King New Life Pills, Bucklen's Arnica
Salve snd Electric Bitters, and have nev
er hai died remedies that sell as well, or
that have given such universal satisfsc
sion We do not hesitate to guarantee
them every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchase price, if satisfactory
results do not follow their use. These
remedies have won tbeif great popularity
purely on their merits. Hartz fc VJll
BUCSLBN AEKTCA SaLVH
The beet salve in the world for cats,
orjifef, sores, ulcers, 6a! t rheum, fever
otcs, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
-ores and all skin eruptions. xd posi
tively cures siles, or no pay required. It
ir gu'.Tsnteeu to give perfect eatisf action
or rampy re-fecded. Price '5 cents per
r-r.x. Tor ae bv Ham & TJIlmtrer.
When Baby was sick, we pave ner fa.nria.
When ane was a CTiild, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Silas, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Last's Family Medicine moves
tnt; rowels each day. Most people need
to use il.
Chi.c!ren Cry for
For beauty, for coin to - for improve
rnvnt of tbe complexion ise ouiy Poi
zoni's Powder: 'her s Lc'i.inK eaual to.
Childreiv Cry for
Couching leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
is often equivalent to
getting ill. If loss of flesh
can be arrested and dis
ease baffled the "weak
spots " in the system are
is an absolute corrective
of " weak spots." It is a
builder of worn out failing
tissue natures food that
stops waste and creates
neauny nesn. jk
trmrwd b Roott k Bwm. Ohmitta.
nw i ore ooia ojr ararKuu ryw or
smw HIGHLY 1 f MGE6TELE AND --!
A trial will ehow Its GREAT SUPERIORITY in Vl
TSE MOLINE WAGON
The Moline Wagon Co.
Manulacturers ol FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT v"
A full and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wagor.r, ei.cr ,
Aestern trade, of superior workmsnshlu and finish lun--'rt!n f-'l'ts
H llcatiOD. BeetheMOUNK WAtttir, before nurctafite
rS?x MtLteUnilti --. ,
iht J aiia'a n5? ! a 'if -' S5&ii'j K J' -
jjati sums, n if
Forsule In Rock island by Hartz fc E&hnssn j i Ave
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and wel
sroovra Firelnsnrar.ce Companies be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Borland.
Weechester Fire Ins. Company of N . T.
Buflalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rocheeter. 1. T.
eitisena Ins. Co., of Pitsabnrgb, Fs.
Ban Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics 1ns. Oo. , MUwankea, Wis
Sennas fire Ins. Ooof Paoria.Il,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Stcond Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds oft Suretyship.
OFF1CB Room 21, Mitchell Lynde's block:
flock Island, Ills.
fsecure our rates ; they will intcres yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
Tbe old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company can' afford.
Ton- Patronase is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
once Corner Ftfteextb street and Third Ave,
Snsceede the Moline Sa vines tan. Orzaniaed 1M
5 FtfdMIIKESI AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised ander State Laws.
Openrom 9 a. m. to 8 m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from 7 to 8pm
Pobtsb Skixhsr, . . President
H,A-An,9WOT"' - Vice-president
J. F. Hbmmwat, ... cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, H. A. Alnsworth.
Q. f. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fribere, c. F. Hemeuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
aals for pnvats partiei in the tardea
spot of the west by tbe
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dt, President,
J. 8. DartJ Csshier.
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island National
C. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart s Sons, Wholesale Grocers.
I Jobblnt dost oil ibcrt DoUea and aatiai action eurasb
V. iK' . : 1 . -. , i .
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i vt.e i tooait. .pi . .-tTraiiiafus ji ii... ..
. turn and ?lay. . ,:f lif, '.-l. enT T cir:vip.
anehv mu:h '-t. v u.i a rvk.r ,r , .
Estate of Wil im it
The undersipned hnvinir txf ,'T.'
istrator of the m. ,.f u-i,i. ,.j"t't
of the county of Hock Ijlmc.-t. ..Jr?
ceasea, nereoy ges notice tu:
before the runnt, nn "-i
ty, at the office of the cl,-rt "n.
t&e city of Rock Island, st tbe ll?"
ime all persons liavitc c'Vns iVu'.l
Ute are notified and reqaertrt ir?JH
sons indebted to sa'd eMate ire
mane i m i ri i u , .1 1 . i . . . .
rj",vut iu me stCtr.
Dated this 2rtth dr or .1., . . '
WM. N. MAKTis; 'iJ
STATE OF ILLINOIS (
Rock Igust Cooitt. ( f f
In the Circuit Court of Rock UiscCtc
lin Jiiaj icrui, X. LI .
Mai7 Freeman vs. Man-hsli Krecaut.
Notice is hereby c:ven 1 1 tsp
rreemac. 'nat me sbo e Mm! trx,
btretofore filed her biilof :omD',ii ir
cn tbe chancery side thereof. itn 1
there npon be isoed oat of s;d cocnift.i
nwTr 1 Kiaeu ueifndani TeTr.rnaCe cki''
day of the term of the circ ci! ronr nf m
county, to be helu st thf court bnoiiM
and, in said Rork 1-land eouatr ot u fc, 1
day of liny, A. I) ISP j. at , rojsirtii b J
WU1CU run le Si 111 PCDUIU.
Dated this 2nd dsv of FetrcirT. A D '
GEORiiB W. GAMBLE,
Ciork o( ;at o.r.t:
Byvirtneof a Fpfcial eisrnfVi ni'h
467, issned onto! the cirL t oSre 0!
court of Rock Island coontr. i:i -ut(
and to me directed, wr.c-n-bvl in; (oict
make tbe amoctit of a rena'-n ;:cca:;
obtained against L. Cro.bv, io fvorc.'
McSnrnev, out of the ittm!.t?i.'iit.v.
cbatU'ls of the s.-ml de'ttidtr.;, I. it?
nave levied nnnn tho foi'iow:T5f rr:"?
Lots Fonr (4.) Yio ..V ni i.
Fipht ifLl In b ock Twrtu-n is -!. ;
town County of 1 ock l?lani
Therefore, according toi:ciconi:it:i
pose forsaleatpnb'.ic anct'on .: ittrj
and interest cf the above mt.ic. L
inandtotbe above decrittipn-Tr7 r-
dav, the 15th dav cf Fi brusrv. ii
p. m , at the north door cf lie cr
in tbe city of Hook if'.trA, in :be c-a?
taland and state of num.:'. wrrtii
satisfy said execution andfre t::i.
Dated at Rock Irlsr.d tt:? 5: a--
" " C.P-GCC
Sheriff of Kork h'.snu it ":?-
Joticb IN Attachmest.
STATE OV ILLINOIS.
Val- la, . v-r. I 'iir",TT
Circuit court of Rock Mard cesB r.
a ti lfctti
Th Pmnlc'e Mional B.i.k of Tszl'V
vs C. W. MosLrr. in :uch:!i r.t.
Ptihltr nolipw i hrt'hv V' r. !! .? 5
Mosbrr thai a writ of ainckm.-st
the office of the clerk of the c:-ct;:
Island conntv, dated tin- 3t d. ' '
l. ISM. a the suit of the :d tV
Fankand a. ainft toe Kit' .! t'- J
Mosher 'ortre simof l ,r. 1".-.t; 1
dollars, directed to the saer... c
county, which said writ kd? t n"
coted. . .
X- ... ' . . S.
said circuit courc of Rock I.an.
first day of the n it trrm thers .. ' J
the court houte in the ci:y of K.v !
piinnif nn thi fl-l ri,v of Ms - A-u
special bail and plead to the 0-.
lion, judgment will be er.irii: a.' -',
in favor of the said r. op;. N"
so much of ttie 1 roperty at;s--.eo -
nclent 10 salary tne n,ii y.a-.u
be eo.d to satisfy the sam
Jut. L. Haas. Plainr.ff'e A"'
January 31. A. D. ISM.
A dministbator's kotici
STATE OP ILLINOIS. ..f
ROCK IkLAKD COl'KTT. '
In lh county court of a:d coar'J '
ber Term. A. D. 1W.
r W .Tr.hn-.on tl m (n : c'r.".!'1!' n
Rosalia' Hartcasel", deceatd- Tcr j.
Amelia Koher. Theodore lUr:Lf-
nasel, and E'lwin liartnac
Afflidavitof non-reftidence "f
Edwin Hartnaeel having twee C:.''f ,
j .KA .ul,l Am-lu knhtr,
faeil, Wm. Uartnagel, Theodore M
nacel. deceased that the sd
decea-ed. flled in the said cW.T c v,j
day of December, A. I. 12. f ' ,
the said Theodore iiarnaei. -
Thos. Campbell, Wm. "V'f f mrnow
Hartnapel.dcfendsrtsand thsi nf,
onbe issued out of said court s' r--ed
defendants, returnshle or. "'.J.:
terra 01 sain nroii'j i" .3 I
bouse in siid county on the " , J
1. .,,11 luiutinff
Nowunles you appear iu ;)
day of tlie March term thereof !.'Vi
conn house In the city of 'f'.'.V
mnnrt and .late on the t n't loru j
l. J893, and plead, answer or
tion there In Bled tne. "
confesKd atainst you and
aganstyon eniereo atcvi"'"f .
n.t-j hi ia,h H.vof Jannsry.;, ,-
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