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THE AKGUS.MOOTAT. FfiBKUAKY nO. 1811,3.
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1 Si :
way Depot eornei 'i.'th vei.'ie an ft ir.y
I rat street. Prank H. Plummer. sgeut.
tEAST. I tWiw,
rvmnr.il Blnffs & Mlnneso- I
te Day Express J M :06 am 4:41 am
Kuw City Day Express... i0:87 pm' 8:20 m
Washington Express i.,2upm' Stlipm
Donacli "luffs A Mmneso-i '
U ( xpr sss 1 7 :40 ua Tr5 pm
Omaha and Denver Vest!-1 1 i
bale fcxpres. .44 am :M am
Kansas t it? Limited 4:4 am 11 ;10 pm
Stuart-Rock Island Express 6:40pm 9:: Bam
ally. tQoingeast. molng wm.
BTJRLINuTON ROUTE-C, B. a, v. &AU
way Depot Pint avenae and Sixteenth v
M.J. Young, agent.
BV lom'.a gxpress
8t. I oe s lipress
St. I-ami Express
Beardstowa Passenger. .
Way Freight (Monmouth) .
Btl Paul Bxprem
8 : am
CBICAOO, Mix. ACKEB k ST. PAUL RATL
way Racine ft South western Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, B. D. W. Holmes. agent.
TRAIVS. Lbavb. Abbitb.
Hail and Kxpress 7tO0Trt 9TO0 p..
St. Paal Bxpr.si-.... .'. . 3:H)i.m U:4Vant
Ft. ee -nrvlatirrt 4 t l. ,
ROCK TLANDA PEORIA RAILWAY UK
pot First (venne and Twentieth street
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAIN is. Lbatb Iabhitb
Past Mail Exproes....' 8:06am 7:CS pm
Express 2t'pm' 1:26 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am1 3:00 pm
' . 4 :nOpra' a- an;
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPlDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot f xt of Brady street, Dav
enport. J.S Haonegan, Gen.T'k't tt'Pass A.ent.
TRAIN 4. Leave. Atl'e.
Pwsenger 4:5 pm 10 43 am
Freight 8 CO am 9:46 am
Leave West Davenport.
MOST DIRECT BOOTH TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
. all Lyndts. bankers. OfSee in Postotnee block.
. Fast M'l. Express
Lv. Rack Island 8 Kin am 9:30 pm w April
Ar.OrUro 8:45 am 8:04 om " 'U
Camiridge t(H am 3 :27 pm 1 TTORNSY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron,
Oalya 9:98 am 8:67 pm 1 and dar ng the past two years with the firm of
Wyoming 10:11 am 4:83 pm lrowntng A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
Price villa 10:80 am 4:65 pm m office lache Anditoriam bniidlng, room 5, at
Peoria 11:16 ami 5:40 pm aollne.
Bloomlngton. 1:15pm 9:16 pm
Bprtngaeld 8:40 pm 10:90 pm C t. Sbablb. S. W. Sbabu.
Dan".-MoSS lS-wK 1 TTORSKtS and Councilors at Law and So
lDdlanap;rii'.":V.".".; I::.'" SiwSS llxlm Chancery ;offlce Btfords block,-
Terre Haute 7:10 pm 10:00 am 1iAnc-
Kvansrllle 1:90 am 7:8 Sam
i-lf0, 7o pm 7:40a nvwrrara
C2ac4ual 11:00pm T 10 m't VtSa LIU its.
Lt. Peoria ... 116:10 am! S:S0pm
Ar. Rook Island 1 :16 pm 7:05 pm
:. Acoommodatioc trains leave Rock Is' and at
.-08a. m. and 6 90 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
m. and 1 :1B a. m. Leave Pemia 8:00 a. m. and
T :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1 :95
All trains rnn di fl r except Snnday.
. All passe ger trains arriv: and depart Cnion
Free Chair ev on Fast Brpress between Rock
blond and Peoria, both directions.
Throagh tickets to all points ; baggage Checked
throagh to destination.
Lv. Rock Is:sn! 9.1o am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds :i0.lam 5.05 pm
" Cable ... '11.00am 5.40pm
Lv. Oaole 6.20 am H..0 pm
Ar. Reynold 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Bock Island 7.55 am 8.00 pm
si;'l Tkt. Aeit
J:C'-ltlTni WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THIS COUNTRY WILL 06TA!w
UBH VUlHtBlE MFORMJkTKM FA0U A STUDY Of THIS MAP OF THE
ChicaiQ, Boct Islantl & Pacific Ry
The Direct Route to aad from Chlcegn, Jollet, Ottawa,
?eoia. La 8allc, Moline, Rock Island, In ILLINOIS;
t)avenport( Muacatfne, Ottoinwa, Oskalooea, Des
Molnea, Wlntemt, Audubon. Harlan and Council
riuffs. In IOWA; Uinneapolis and St. Paul. In MIX
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
Cameron, 8L Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI f
Omaha, Lincoln, Falrbury and Kelson, in .NEBRASKA;
Atchison, Leavenworth, Hart on. Tnpeka, Hutchinson.
Vlchlla, Belleville. Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, Id
KANSAS; Kinpflsher, El Reno and Minco, in INDIAN
TERKITOET; DenverColorado Springs and Pueblo,
In COLORADO. Traverses new areas of rich farming
and g raxing lands, affording the best ncllltles of Intex
comniunicaUon to all towns and cities east and west,
northwest and southwest of Chicago and to Pacific aud
, VTSTTBULX EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading all competitors In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DE8 MOINES. COUNCIL
BLUFFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO vis
KANSAS CITT and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE RECLIXINQ CHAIB
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
diverging railway lima, now fanning the new and
ptdureeane t ( ; i ! I ; .
' STANDARD GAUGE
TRANS-ROCKY, MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over Thlch TOrjeTWy-eerrtpped trains ran dally
THEOTJGH W1THOCT CHANGE to and from Sail
Lake City, Ogden nod San Fraacisco. THE ROCK
ISLAND la also the Direct ana Favorite Lin to and
iron uanttoo, pike's Peak and an other sanitary and
cenlo assort and cities and mining districts la Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rom Bt Joseph and TT.nsss City to and from all inv
ortant towns, cities and sections in Southern Nebraska,
Causae and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
Fa KCCTS from Kansas City and Chicago to Water-
own. Eioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. PAUL,
msecUsng for all points north and northwest between
' lakes lod the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Information
t pply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United Etatet
' t Canada, or address
t. ST. -JOHN,
i XT MORNING I PCCL BRIGHT AND
INO MY COMSH.EXION IS BETTER.
tor says it arts) gently on tbe stomach,
4 kidneva. and is a pleasant laxative. This
made from herbs, and is prepared for use
LA (IE S UiEDICIIIE
A 11 dm
Tgistsseiiitaisucana.iaparKaKe. it yoo
it. send vour address for a free satnDle.
Fmwiily Medlciae moves the bowels
5. in order to be healthy this is necessary
BATOR F. WOODWARD, Lb Roy. K.
gook's Cotton Root
A rvceni uiscuTirry uy au uiu
il . nhvt
nniniv oy noasanas ot ia-
Is the omy perrectiy
and reliable nied'eioe
dicovered. Beware of on-
tirinciriled drngirists who of
fer inferior medicines in place of this. Ack for
Cook's O ttoh Koot Compousd, take no sub-i i
tnte, or in :lsr 91 and 8 cei.ts in postage in letter,
and we w 11 send, scaled, by return mail Fall
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladies
only, 9 stamps. Artdrce
POND LILLY CCVPANT.
No. 3 Fisher Block, Detroi. Mich.
Bold in I look Island by Marshall A Fi.taei, H
per loose. Harts A uaanscn 20lh street and 3a
ave-and Imcvisir everywhere.
E. PArl ESTER
4TTOKNEYAT LAW-OUce in Mitchell
il LyndeV new block.
Ji K0 Je HL'IJST,
ATTOKSEyb AT LAW. office it Roct i(i
Natit.nn'. Javc B '.llding, Ko n Ia.and, HI.
n. WBBBY. Ct.Vit.tn
tvff;ENEl 4 WALKER,
4 TTORN STS AND COTTNSKLLORS AT LA
lOSce In Bengston's aloek. Rock Island, 111.
JfcEMRY A McENlRV,
t TTORS ST'8 AT LAW Loan money on good
R, U. PEARCE.
Room t In Mitchell A Lynde's new block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teett extracted without pain by tbe new
No 1716 Second avenue, over Erell Math's.
3RS. B1CXEL & SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lyadc's Block. Rooms 89-81.
J, K. Bollev bash, M, D, Geo. E, Barth, If. D.
drs. b arth & hollowbush.
Physicians akd Surotcons.
Office 40323-d st. Telephone 1MB
Ues. dence 71 21st ft. 1188
omci jotTBs :
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollowbosh
to 10 a.m. I 10 to 1 a.m.
1 to aud TtoSp. m, 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office M :Cullonsh Building, 134 W. 3d St.
Boers : B to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Miihi, M. D. Geo. W. Whki.kr,',M. D
DRS. 1 IYERS & WHEELER,
Surtsry nt iiiariws of W.me.
OiBce over Krell Jr. Math's. Telephone 1 1 48.
erncK bours :
BR. Br IRS. 1 UK. WHIELTR.
0tol2a.in I 8 to 10 a.m.
to 5 and 7 1 J 9 p. m. M to 8 and T to 9 n. m
fee. telephr ne 13U0. I Res. telephone, llttO. I
Edward L. Habmati. Clark H. BaroRo.
HA VI MATT & BUFORD.
RCHITE TS, Rock Island, 111. Office Room
XX 41, Miti bell i.ynae ouuaing.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR.
Plan, ani snperintenderjee for aU'claas of
Kooms S3 and SB. Mitchell Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Sew York City.
Refitted at d renovated onder new msasgement,
on the Enroieaa pl-B.
Room raw s tl day and upward.
Restaurant equal to the be?t in tbe city at mod
fctreetcan from all B. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landirespass the door.
HILDKETH ALLEX, P-vej's.
rhodoelres t cood lniftness position m the wOJ:(i,
fair city should write at once for Prospectus Oi ibf
amoaa Jrtet ropolrtan Business Oolle C'cajc
Onusaalfacii ticsior placlreirr-ylr.ates. '.--T.ihei
Kreaia. Oc wuiea tt own biiikllnir. .'i-rv
SNCB&EBY ITS OWN REWARD.
An Ir.t,'retiR Story of a Story Whlcli s
Ileporter Did Not l'rint.
Snobbery is its own reward in an embap
rassing way for the snob very often, and
no one sees more frequent illustrations of
the fact than the reporter.
I have in mind a little comedy of an even
ing last week. A man whose name had
been in print now nnd then because once
he held a petty public office was concerned
in an action at law by which his landlord
sought to recover arrears of rent. The petty
ex -official is a dapper little fellow of tome
rocial pretensions. A reporter was sent to
him for particulars of the landlord's action.
The doorlell at the brownstone where
the little ex-official lives was answered by a
boy in uniform, liberally brass buttoned.
Young Buttons bore the reporter's card to
inner regions at the rear of the hall, whence,
through an open door, came sounds of a
dinner party. Also the following, after
Iluttons had brout-ht in the card:
"A reporter! What the deuce can the
fellow want?" This in the tones of the ex-
official, lord and master.
"What! A horrid reporter?" in a fem
inine voice, evidently that of the lady of
the house. "Don"t see him, dear. Send
the boy back to ask his business."
"Please say," observed the reporter quiet
ly when Buttons brought back the tue.
sage, "that I was sent to ak about the
landlord's suit to recover rent."
"Buttons marched back, and an instant
later in a voice that could be heard all over
the house as well as by all the guests came
"He wants to know why ycr haven't paid
yer rent and are bein sued fer it:"
In half the time it takes to write it the
ex-official little snob, his face abnormally
red from contract with his evening dress,
was out in the hall.
"My dear sir," he spluttered out, "I re
ally must beg your pardon: I didn't under
stand," etc, and then in a stage whisper
he explained that "it was all a mistake"
about t hat suit for rent ; "merely a misunder
standing," "would be amicably adjusted,"
and much more in the same strain. When
the reporter, after listening courteously,
had obtained the necessary facts, he re
turned to his oflice and wrote an insignifi
cant paragraph about the matter, and of
course without reference to the comedy of
the evening. New York Herald.
Maraulay and Sir Rlehard Owen.
It is not generally known that it was
through the unsolicited influence of Lord
Macauley that the late Sir Richard Owen
was appointed superintendent of the de
partment of natnral history at the British
museum this department including, in
those days, geology and zoology. Lord
Macaulay, writing on this subject, said
that he was desirous that something should
be done for Owen that he hardly knew
him to speak to, and t hat , t hough his pur
suits were different to hi. Owen's fame
was known all over Kui-ojie. lie also added
than he was r.rt henor to Lis country, and
that it was painful to think that a man of
his merit should be appioachiug old age
amid anxieties and distress.
Owen told lxrd Macaulav the X a
year, without a house in the museum,
would be opulence to him. Macaulay
further stated that it seemed to him to be a
case for public patronage. Such patronage
was not needed by eminent literary men or
artists. A poet, a novelist, a painter or a
sculptor who stood in his own line as high
as Owen stood among men of science could
never be in wait except by his own fault.
but the greateLt natural philosopher might
starve while his countrymen were boasting
of his discoveries, and while foreign acade
mies were begging for the honor of being
allowed to add his name to their list. Pro
fessor Owen was eventually appointed su
perintendent of the department of natural
history in lsvi. with a salary of jlHiO per an
num. Pall Mall Gazette.
The Turks, perhaps, were the firt people
to use ornamental burial grounds such as
we call cemeteries, but as to when this cus
tom was first adopted in the land of the
crescent no one seeais to know. Theearlier
Jews buried their dead in tbe earth, tha
method being without doubt the most a:i
cient burial mode known to man. Tt.e very
earliest Egyptians seem to have understood
the art of tuihainnngand to have practiced
it from time o::t f mcmorv. The ancient
Greeks and Romans cremated the bndv, the
ashes only receiving sepulcher. except in
case of illustrious warriors, statesmen, etc.,
these latter being buried unburnctl as a
special mark of favor.
Some atu icm triWs preserved only parts
of the body and burned or bt.ried the re
mainder. Tlic parts retained and prescrvtd,
dried or in liquid, varied :ucor:ingtotril.al
notions. With sume it wns the heart that
was thonght to le to saend for crematicn
or burial, with others the liver, ears, cost,
tongue or Cugtrs. The Tartars of 2.m
years ago preM-rved only the thumb and
toe nails of tucir dead. St. lxuis Republic.
Narrowing; the Bedsteads.
Narrow houses and small rooms in flats
are necessitating many modifications of life
in Xew York. One reult of present condi
tions is the narrowing of the bedstead.
Time was when a double led must be at
least five feet wide. In Xew York today,
however, it is difficult to find a ready
made bedstead more than 4 feet 6 inches
wide, and the belongings of the bed are
narrowed correspondingly. In narrowing
the bedstead the manufacturers have not
lengthened it, so that that ill used class of
persons who exceed 6 feet in height and
find themselves in a world built for men
of 5 feet 8 are no longer able to lie straight
in bed by choosing a diagonal direction.
Xew York Sun.
Pot the Bight Word.
"So," said Ber ha sadly, "pain dosen't express
what I seder at these timet it is simply 'ang
a'sh 1' I know I ought to coxsalt a phvsician. but
Idreaditsol I can't bring mvself to do it. Then,
too. 'female diseases' always teemed so indeli
cate to m , Ic-n't bear to have any one ktow or
speak of mine."
'"Yes, dear." answered Edith, "But don't yon
know y jo can be cured without going to s physi
cian? Ser.d o any druptit for a bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, snd take it and
I'll warrant you'll f el better in atvery few days."
The manufacturers warrant the medicine, toe.
They guarantee tt to do exactly what it cla;m,
vlx: to cure lencerrbes, pain'nl Irreenlirities, ex
cessive f! wing, prolapsus, irflamation or ulcera
tion of the uterus, and the innumerable o.her fe
male weaknesses. " It so strenjlhe sand builds
up the uterine system,' andjierres, that worn-out,
rnn-down wives and mothers feel rejuvenated
after takit g it, and they are saved the ; sinful em
barrassment and expense of a surgical examina
tion and a tedious, tiresome trestxent.
Fits All tits Hopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great IScrve Keetcrer. No fits
aftr the first dy' use. Marvelous
cures. Treatir-e and $2 trial bottle free to
fit cases. Send to Dr. Kline. 831 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pa. For sale by all
tlrucKieU; call on ynn.
We authorize our mjverued druptst
to sell Dr. R ut's New Discoverv for
consumption, toughs and cn'ds upn
this condition: If you are iffldtd with
a cough, cold or an; lnnu, ihro-it or
chest trouble, az.d will use this remedy as
directed, etvinr: it a fair trial, and exper
ience no benefi . you may return tbe bot
tle and have your roone refunded. We
could not mke Ibis offer did we not
know that Dr King's New Discorery
could be relied ou. It i.ever disappoints.
Tiia! lottlei free at Bans & Bahnsen's
drugstore. Large s:ze 60c and (1.
Since the first introduction E'ectric
Bitters bss gained rnuidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the lead
among pure medicinal tonics and altera
tives containing nothing which per
mits its use as & beverage or intoxicant;
it is recognized as tbe best and purest
medicire for ah lilments of stomach,
livtt or kidnejs It will cure sick head-
arbe. indigestion, constipation, and drive
mlsrii iri'm the tyt-tem. Satisfaction
CHarnteed with ea u bottle or the money
wt!l be ri fuuiled. Price only 50c per
bottle. s?.ll by lltrti & Bibnsen.
nrrf.si; s Aituiot
":.. rr St li wo-ld f:jr -tJl.s,
-. c, 'vn, i;. , i, l:; rhum, fevci
.. . a. ce-.t:r, r.biiPir! hJi, uiiitUine.
...i eiin eruptionB, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required. It
ia Euaranteed to sri 6 pcrfocl satisf hotion
or money rafunded. Price af cent per
toT ror sale bv Hart A Ullmcrer.
Whoa Baby was sick, we pave iier (.'astoria.
When sho was a ChilJ, she cried for Castoria,
When she became Miss, she cluujr to CoKtoria.
When she had Children, ahe gave them Castoria.
Lane's Family Medicine moves
the bowels tch day. Most people need
to use it.
For beauty, for coinfo for improve
ment cf tbe complexion nse only Poi
zoni's Powder: there s Eothinrr equal to.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at
LOUIS D. VANDERVERE,
One cf tie best known ttashiess men in Chicago,
represeaUtive of the great Eradstreet Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Dr. ITiUs Xt-dUnl Co., Elkhart, ltd.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure in informics; ynn
of tbe very beneficial results which have followed
tbe use of Da. Milcb- RrsvoasTivc Ncmvinc
in tbe case of myself and wife. For a year 1 was
subject to a dinreadne; pain at the base of the
brain and tipper portion of the spinal cord. I
a m awa w lost flesh and was greatly
l,IJ H ! M troubled with sleeplessness.
Your Nervine was hictily
Teenmniended to me. My ease had been so obsti
nate that I bad no confidence in the efficacy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented to
inve it atrial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache waa removed ; my spirits and general
IllNCO TWIHTT SOU.OI. ALL TM OCCURBCO
arrtw titssco ind wtii known wmvsicisns
stao raiLCD. My wife ii-taking tlie Nervine Hitn
tiie beat of results. Louis I). Vamiabv atsa.
Sold on Positive Guarantee.
Dn. MiLES' PI LLS, 50 Doses 25Cts.
V7L sJ l
T. H. THOMAS.
TO 8 DAY&
f an ABsocme cum i
(3 AND g
WILL HOT CAUSa
i STRICTURE, ask sou'
:c "-i A:fc. NO 6TA;N.
a:"?ct'c: .w- fACt
Su r '-rfr'r-.
T H THOMAS Sob' Aeent
- ' 'Eockblaaa.
la the best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
' -k 11!
ifN F.iaKKQuD KEST8RE3 !;?.'",
r! sT W KO"-"ntee to rcrc all nerr...,. j.. . ", .
Vj s&jfhl sinns. NtrT')ast:eHS,C "'- Mi".s!i',.r p'i.ii I ' ' " . '
,1 - sC'T? 1 sstt'ir" Organs li ettherse: e;-r- oy. THri.To'-t ,, , .',''; ': ! -.L- '
. ':? AJTO 4KTXB USI1. .
n "or.k island byHartz A Bshssen. -Jil Ae
Hereente. a:aous other t'.me-tried ard vo
known Flrelssurar.ee Companies be follow itui
Royal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
Wescheeter Fire Ins. Company cf N . Y.
Bollalo German Ins. Co., Bnilalo, N. V.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester. W. V
Citlsens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
enn. Fire Offlca. London.
Cnioa Ins. Co., of California.
Secarity Ins. Co.. New Hivsn, Conn,
slllwaakee Mechanics Ins. Oo., Milwaukee, Wu
Serman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROOK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Repreeentinfr orer 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds ofl Suretyship.
OPF1CB Room 21, Mitchell. L jade's block
Bock Island, Ills.
Insecure uar rates; they will intcres yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company csnj afford
Tour Patron aire is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
Oflice Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave,
Succeeds the Moline Savings tanc. Organised 1861
5 Per CEXTIXTEEEST . AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organised nader State Laws.
Openjfrom 9 a. m. to 3 - m.. and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7to8pm
rOETBR bKlNWYK, . . PM.iit.nl
1 w rrA,"''WORTH' " Tlee-Presid.nt
J. r. Hemciwat. --. cashier
Porter Sktnncr. Mr. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose, h . A. Ainswort h,
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Prtbcre, r. F. Hameuway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
male for private parties ia thai garden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of orchard, Nebraska.
E. W. Dabt, President.
J. 8. DabtS Cashier.
Mitchell ft Lynde. Bankers.
Bank." Rol",8on' Ceoier Rock Island National
O. C. Carter, M. D
Henry Dart's Sons. Wholesale Grocers.
LA PORTE, TEXAS.
Information about iK. nw c.h in g.i
La Porte, Texas, situated on Galveston Ba-. snd
viovcrnment channel, upon which the gov.
erament u expending 6,aoo.ooo.oo, touches the Kain
land, can be obtained by addressing
Tbe U Porte Uod Dd Town 60,
1st. Hit Bank Bldf., G ALESBUSG, HX.
mtt ia Kirscr.s heti-rei
isl. fa ' tt
a . rvEfrVErit
l'.F'flnftfBUnK-n.. r,.--T - -
'' V1" " directed. t.
'Cj'if' ' Treans Uld t; trit bottle fir to
!LE2f"Sr '"fnteirinittarra on t ta
- ' 'u,,,'M.i fc.;r Arch Si Th: i.-r-A A
A MF.i)Ir.;i :
I'OI.LAii.,, 5,llt ,.,t
1 rVr P.'.ttlc t ri .
60c. Trial Lt1
Letters f.,r ,
seen by our rliyiciso,
H. (.. (V.lmn- cVl:
J) tion and Insanity. ot npeotvement ' tu'-x ' 1 " : '- -'!
leeny mail-o or-. wuj e eryt'.-M.-r r - i '
rr refund the n.'y. Cicala ee. ii-rvrj' ..."
Estate of Wll iamlTvor-. . r
The nndersiL-ned h.Tir, k.... . ' '!
istrator of the estate .f .VpWiJ
of the tonni t P.a. i J q M 1
- j 4 .1, m r 1 OTiQ s. v-
ceased, hereby Z!vcs Bn.lte '. M I
before the rountv conn of tVr:-l
tv, at the office ;,f the V t ' I
thecitv of I(,H k I.-..! c .rt ." ". n J
the first Mondav' in 'a - "t 4
time ail persons I. .vine !.",. . '
late are noritied anii re-i'....
pnrpose of havim- the. '
.one tndebted to s'ri
mane immediate 1'iyn.e!.; ;o ii?--
Dated this ih dst
8TATE OF ILLINOIS, ,
Roca Island f'orsTT." f"
In the Cinnit Court 't H , .
ttie May le-m. a. D. l-i; '
Mary f rcman v-. Ma-.hn: trr--
Notice Is herehv t'ifn t.'-i .
Freemac. 'hut the abo e t'.tt-b-reiofore
filed her M.iof v.-r, ,.'.'.
on the cham ery side th- rc f." .; .
there nnon li i..m A ..... ,j .
abovT anted defendant rr-.n at , ' '!!
day of the term f the fir-5 :r.,,ro'j,
county, to be htln t the en m cc-
and, in said Kork l-ia-.ci c i-tv 11
day of May, A. 1 9.).as ,t
which suit is s ill pendir.-.
Dated this 2nd lv of F. rrs.rr. A D.:J
wa""" " l'".tE.
, . -?'f!tttKl
By virtneora sprctal exetafi- rib)
S Vhi, issued oat 01 tne c;e:fe t o"re cf :l -conrt
of Rock IsiiLd cocntv. a:d .Aa''-I
and to me directed, tertbjl tm toite.1
maae tne amount of 1 reru.rj ;z:rz.r.--
obtained amr.st L. Cmfbt. :t itrj.
McHnrnev. out of the !ads.ieii.Efi.r'J
chattels of the said defrciu:, L. o J
nave levied npon the fo.low.ne trcwn .
Lots Four ii.i Five 15.) LX ii'i !r-l
Bight (B, in n ock Tweur-L re r.l. it
town County of lork Irltt-d ard yjaoflJ
Therefore, accordinr to:dcoEni3Ciii
pose for sale at public aact:on a','. u rf I
ana imerest 01 ine aixive naiea. L -I
in and to the above described prur:"?.' J
oay, tne istn aay or rt-nrnrt. !,::
p. m . at the north coor of tie ccct 1
in the city of Rock U ar.d. its lit coisrjrl
laiand ana state or uueoi, lot ruin
satisfy said execution and fee b::i.
Dated at Rock Island t'ais i.r. CijC
a. d. issa
Sheriff of Rock I-'arid' c-.r;.:
OTICE IN ATTACnMENT.
state ov Illinois, i
ROCK lSLASDl'orTT. i
Circuit court of Iloci Ir-ia:.d cozv.U
A. D. 1K.
The People"? Saiiona' Bark .-if H
vg C. W. .Mooter, in sjcha-.r.:.
Public notice 1? hrreby sr.v- n v.
Moeher thai a writ of a'':ttB'-t ---c
the office of tnor'.erk of the ctwr-t-.'
Island ronntv. da td tbe !!-t d.n (1 Ji-'-
D. vm, at the suit of the -i d Pw; tA
Pank and a.ain-t ttir es-ati" of t .f m;
ilosher 'or tt c s irnof T c Tb -'-ri
dollars, directed to the sherS 'f fcSt
connty, which Mid n: tn- ta
Now, therefore, nr.'es y..i:. tt? M
Mosbtr. shall prsor.a::yV i a; ;!.'
aid rirrnit rouri of Kock l-iird rr::7
Brat day of the rut term thereof.
the court house in the c.'y of K c; 1
conniy.on the fi-t d y of A D I
special buil and plead to the a 1
won. jadement will be entered
rn rarer or tne saia riopit s .-j. u
so mnch of the in.jwriyt:ae3V
acient to satMv the.:d;udrt.t aMta
be sold to satisfy tne ssm. .
Ja. L. ITaas, Piaititirl's A'.'ernty.
January 31, A. V. ltW.
STATE OF TLUN'il-. 1 ..
Rock Island Coi sti. 1 . .
In the county court of sadco-r." ' J-
tHT term. A. u. i".r
J. R. Johnston, a.inir. rit1
Rosalia Hartnacel. uece.i- d. - if.'
Amelia Kober. Theodore II .r 1 -
Baael, and Edwin IIirt:.Aji 1 tV
Am.tl.1v1t of non-re?
Koher. Theotiere Harti
Edwin Hartnazel hAtn' t
the eietk of said county c n't.
E-.t TneiHlcrt- 4
Kdwin Hartnaitel. beif of tt e VJ
tiagei, oeceaseu inn i.-e- --
rtministrator of the estate ot '.
deceased, fl ed inthosjiii cornty
davof December. A I l-. f
the said ThetKlore Hirmat -;. t--- jj
Thos. Camnbeil, Wm. ir, 'J
onbe issued out of said .-..art
terra of said county cot.rt to l'irii,
house in svd county on ti t -r" ,
rnary A. D. 1SW. as it by law rf,""
suit is still pending. 1!
Now nnlos y.u appear tr.
day of the Varch term thereof .0 " . .
conrt boose inth city of I,cii
connty and state on the first M-". ...
I). 1893, and plea.1, answer or i'-"- t
Hon there in tiled the s.inie
confessed acairst yoo aid
against you entered aceoruir.--. ,?
coupving the entire third f ' .&C1.;.
Theater Buildim; ba sect c
w..l of the celet.rate-1 f' t
R U P T U R
whi.-b ender that men ci K
vronnerruicure is ii.- sen-
world at present, r.iern
lor all t nromc, mtupu- - - ,
skillfully applied 1 y a li-J- ;; . , if
electricity.' AU disease, p.'.-j?
interference prompt ' 1 ' T0 e s '
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