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THE AllGrUS. FBIDAT. MA1ICH 3, 18U3.
THE TKATELEUS' CIUE.
CHICAGO. HOCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot cornel Firth avenne and 1 Dirty
bat street, Frank U. Plummer, agent.
Council E'nJIs & If inneao-1 I !
ta Day i press ( 11 :05 am 4 :41 am
Kansas City Pay Express... iO:3T pm 6:iMam
Washington Express........ urn S:lpm
n..l .In. J. Uninonv. i I
:40am, T:S5 pm
ffctnahA anil Flpntpf Veati. 1 I
bole fcxpress ( 1:44 am 4:54 am
Kansas OKy Limited . . ... 4:18 am 11 ;10 pm
Btnart-Rocfc Island Espres! 5:40 pm' 9:K)am
Daily. tOolng eaat. IGolng west.
BTJKUNUTON RUCrR-C B. i. HAIL
way Depot Pint avestio and Sixtaenta at.
li . .T. Yoong, agent.
bltTk. I ABHIvB
84. loan KxproK.-. .
St. loo.s Birorc .......
St. Pan! Kxprees
Way Freb-at (Mor.moatM . ..
Stl Paal Express
7 : am
11 :- am1
CHICAGO. MlLWACKSf & ST. PAUL RAIL
way Hacine A boathweatern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
ivenne. B. D. W. kinlmos. aaent.
TRAINS. LtxYt. AilDIVk.
Kki and Kxprca . . . 7:00a7 8:(W ,.l
St. Panl Kxpr. se 8:F0 irot 11:4 am
Pi - Ace 'Timodation ... -4-r i yi...
ROCK ISLAND A P&ORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth atreet. F.
h. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS Lia-.-x ABnivt
Fas Mall Express 8l05 an 1 :P5 ptn
Bxpres . 2 :W pm 1 :8S pn
0M? Aciomrnadatior. 3:10am 3:00 t-w
" 4-QOnm S:"A ftm
BUH1.1NHTGN, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady strect.Dav
enfort. J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't & Pass Aient.
TRAINS. I Leave. Arrive.
Paraengcr 4:5 pmj 10 45 am
Freight ..I M.CO ami 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
MOST DIBSCr BOUTS TO TSa
Eist, South and Southeast.
3 :57 pro
4 :88 pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Inland.
9 :0S am
j 10:30 am
. 1:15 pm I
.' 8 :40 pm
: a -or tw.
7 :10 n't
"l 8:50 pm
.! 8:50 pml
. o:oa pm
i 7:10 pm
. ; 1:30 am
-! 7:80 pm
- li-.eo pm
Ar. Rock Island.
:10:10 am S :50 pm
I 1 :35 pmi 7:05 pm
Accommodation trams leave Rock Island at
0. m. and 6.20 p. m ; arnvt at Peoria 8 :50 p .
m. and 1 :1S a. m. Leave Pecuia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :S5
All trains run daily except Sunday.
Ail passenger tra:ni arrive and depart Union
Free Chaircron Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through ticket to all points ; baggage Checked
thennch tn Heatlnation.
l. tiacz ZsiaaC. 9.1o arc 1.00 nn
Ar. iiev.iJ d 10.20 am 5.0C pm
" '.h'e 11.00am 5.40pra
i Accom. Accom.
i.v. OaVr t 6.2'i am H0 pn
Ar. Rsya-jli. i 7.W am 1.45 pm
" Hnrt laisnd I 75 am. 8.00 pm
a. u. suuuovv, . -tocshousb.
St fntendent. u"! Tkt. Aee t
UCJuAlhTEEWlTH THE GECGRPK OF THIS COUNTRY V. ltl CETil
I'M U uABlE INFDRMATI0H 'Km A STUCY CF THiS ItAF CF THE
Cfeap, M Idas! & Pad Bj,
The Direct Iloute to cud from Chicago, Jollct, rt:sa,
eonia. La S!l, Moline, Fsck Island, la ILLISC iJj
Iiarenport. Musratine. OUuinwa, Oskaloosa, lies
Moloes, Wltiterwt, Audubon, Harlan anl Courier!
l.lnITs, in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Taul, In MTN.
KESOTA; Tatenown and Stoux Falls, In I'AKOTA ,
'.ameron, Bt. Jovph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in SEBRAfKA i
Atchiwn, Leavenvortb, Hortoc, Topeka, Ilutchlnw n
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodpe City, Caldirrl!, lr
KANSAS: Klrrflshsr, El Reno and Winco, In INDIAN
TERRITORY: Denver, Colorado Springs and TucWc,
in COLORAIX). Treversw new anas of rkh faraing
no grazing lands, affording the best facilities of inier--oiniuunlcaUon
to all towns and cities east nod west,
tortaweit and southwest of Ctlcago and to rtciflc and
rZSTZBtTLE EXPRESS TRAXXS
Leading all competitors tn splendor of equfpreeut
betw-cn CniCAGO and IST.8 MOINES, COCNCIL
f"I?IS,tnAIOMAnA- " ba CHICAGO and
DEAYEF.. COLORADO BPR1NCS and PUEBLO Vs
KANSAS Cm and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSlil'H
Flnrt-Clas Day Coaches, FREE RECLTVING CUAIV
CAR3. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car S?rri-e
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs v. ilb
uivergrng railway lines, now forming ths new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over T7h!ch superbly-equipped trains rcn daJW
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
LskeCtty, Ogden and San Funcisco. THE ROCS
ISLAND Is also ths Direct an Favorite Line to and
from lUnitou, Flke's Peak and all other sanitary and
eenic resorts and cities and mining districts in Colorado,
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
'rom Bt Joseph and Kansas City to and from all im
portant towns, c'.tlee and sections In Southern Nebraska
i:aiar and tb Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
EA KCCTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
own, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and BT. PAUL
ocnectiong tor all points north and northwest betweex
1 be lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired lnformatioc
I pply to any Coupon Ticket Ofuoa in the United 6tat
Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN.
CrTMAnajsc, Genl Tkt. A ha AgL,
TOTCa, -Q .
TMC NCXT HORNINQ I FCCL BRIGHT AND
NCW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BITTER.
My doctor lays it acts gently on the stomach,
liver and kidneys, and Is a pleasant laxative. This
drink la made from herbs, and is prepared for use
as easily asm.. It la called
LA UK'S HIEDIGI1TE
AH drnKmnt' seMl it at SOc. and ap&cfcfke. Ifyoa
cannot get it, f nd voor address for a free mm pie.
Iavaea Family Medicine moTfn the bowel n
MrhdtT. It orderto be healthy thlnis neceamry
Addxaa. ORA'-VK F. WOODWARD, LKoY. N. V
jook's Cotton Root
T physician Successfully nsed
jy, J-' rtonthlv by thousands of la
ui dies. Is the oniy perfectly
w ksfe and reliable med'eine
discovered. Beware of no
principled tirugsieta v.hc of
fer inferior medicines in place of this. Ask for
Cook's Oottos Root Compockp, take uo subsi i
tnte, or inclose H and 6 cents in postage in letter,
and we will send, scaled, by return mail Full
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladie:
only, 2 stamps Artfircs
POND LILLTi CCVPANY,
Ni3 Fisher Hlock, Detrm. Mich .
Sold in Hock Island by Marshall & Fishci,
per Horse, Har: uaonecn 20th street and 3o
ave .and dtiiecists eve-whri-.
r i OFIS8I01VAL CAm.
I- I'AHSf ESTER
ATTORNEY AT LAW-OtBcc in Vi-chc':
Lynde'e new blorli.
A TTOKaGTt AT LAW. Ofllcc in !ioc& J'a
a.Wtion! Vm.k iiniUtinxi.Mm i-.:nt.
n. nwtKSEi, c. L. wR'i
I I'H-l.NKYS AND COUNSELLORS A'! ..A
lOft'" Tt Rcr tf-Tor'r !cnv. Kock :?l-t::l, I.'.
iTT:-i.MSV-: .T .'A-Loaii rznr.r o.
3cnnty,mr.tecol iCiios'?, S f.ircr.rt . 2
ell LvT,r?a. bsokera. ocjoe i Po-tofPc
S. Vf. ODELU
TTORXEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Py oi.
.a and du-inc h pat two years with The firm of
Irowning A Enrrikvn at Moline, has now opened
tn office in the luditorimn boiidlug, rjora 5, at
C. J. SxaULE. S. W. EARLI.
SEA RLE & SEARLE.
VTTOHSEvS anl Connellori a' Law and So
licitors In Clancerr; office Br.ford's block.
R, M. PEARDE.
Room 33 in itchell & Lynde's new bloc.
DR. J. E. HAIfTHORNE.
Teoth ex racted wlthoct ptx by rti-,- i , w
No 171C Seccnd avenae. over KreU cf Mr.'.fs
3RS. BICKEL &SCHQEivUK?i
Kitchcl' & Lynde's Bioo.k H-mtct "V r.t
J, R. Hollowon -ih, V., D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush.
Physicians and Sukgkons.
Office 41 903rd st. Telephone in5
Kesidei ce TS1 21st St. 1186
Br, Barh t Dr. Hollowbnsh
CtolOvm. 10 tola a.m.
1 to 1 and 7 u 8 p. m, I i to 5 and 7 to p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCtllonph Building. 1S4 W. 3d St.
Elours : 9 to 11 arc : 1 to 4 pm.
1. F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W. Wbeeler.M. D
DRS. M"i"ERS & WHEELER,
Sartry a-rt Itaeae or n'omen
Cffice overK-ell A; Math's. Telephone 1148
TiR. VTEIS I PR. WHEELER.
6 to U a. tn. I 8 to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
tes. teiepnone lw. lies. ieienone, 111-0
Edward L. Baxsatt. Clark H. Butokd.
HAM1IATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, Til. Offic-Boom
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
PlttLS and ii.perintendenee for ail cms. of
Rooms 53 andEf, Mitchell t I.ynde bnilding
Till ri TTOB
Broadway, Cr. Prince St.. Ifew York City.
Refitted and n novated under new msxagemcnt,
on the European pln.
Room rates a dsy and upward .
Restaurant et.nal to the bett in the city at mod
street cars f rem all R. R. stations and stcam
oat and ferry 1 indirespas the door.
-llLDKLTU & ALLEN. Frp's.
VfifuiZS' " position it. t he
inmaT5?P?"t,e",onre 'r I'rosi tus of the
ainous Metropilitan Ituslness Oillece Cvn
Tar. Ocoupealtaownbi'iiilinir ir.res.
j " w , . '.i ;r-
THE GREAT DANG Ell
It is Guowing More Common and
it is Invading the Home.
EMINENT MEN AMONG ITS VICTIMS.
What Ilortor Williams, of Randal's Is
land, Mays, and the Terrible rictnre be
In the North American Review for
December, Dr.Henry Smith Williams,
medical superintendent of the Ran
dall's Islands, and an authority on
diseases of the brain, had an article
on "General Paresis of the Insane,"
which attracted wide and deserved
attention. We quote its opening
"Of all the diseases that menace
the race, only a few are absolutely
fatal. Indeed, there is but one com
mon disease that invariably brings its
victim speedily to the grave. This
most ruthless of maladies is that ter
rible form of insanity, technically
called general paresis or paretic uJ-
menta, ami known to the laymen as
softening of the brain." Its "unvary
ing history entitles it to precedence
over consumption, cancer, Rrijiht's
disease, in short, places it peerless in
bail pre-eminsmc. And as if this
were not enough its malady is em
phasized by the way in which it jug
gles with its victim before it exting
uishes his life. It changes his per
sonality, dethrones reason, almost
eliminates the mind, and steadiiv
weakening the body, leaves toward
the last a mere skeletal, vegetative
being, searce recognizable as the
vestage of its former self, .unknow
ing, unfeeling, mindless. to his
friends at once a tearful memory and
a terrible objeetive presenee. Finally
death conies in a form horrible
enough to be the titling elina of so
awful a disease'
Taresis has numbered among its
vietims scores of eminent men. It
does not strike down the clod, but
the. active, alert, nervously organ
ized business man, author, actor,
statesman, physician. journalist,
What is it's cause?
In a won!, abuse of funei ion. over
activity. Who among us does not
know of a once brilliant intellect now
periodically clouded, or perchance
wrought to an incurable condition by
overwork or abuse of certain func
tions? We do not wish to unnecessarily
harrow up the feelings of the reader.
What we desire is to point out the
way of escape. When a man feels
that he is losing his grip on business,
that his memory is failing him, that
he tires easily, that his head aches,
and that he cannot eat and sleep well,
it is high time to call a halt. It is
either a question of less business, less
self-gratiiication. or softening of the
brain ami death. When a woman
feeis that she is less brilliant, less
able to perform her social duties:
when she realizes that she is growing
sallower. weaker, less ait raetive. it is
time for her to pause and relied.
Hut, you say. "What can I do?
How can 1 escape?" The answer is
simple. Follow the law of life, the
dictates of common sense. lo as so
many others have done, take the
greatest scientific preparation of the
age for preventing and counteract
ing these troubles. You know what
it is. You have heard your friends
speak of it. You know that it is
Warner's Safe Cure. Further particu
lars of which will be furnished free on
application to the Medical Depart
ment of II. II. Warner & Co.. Roches
ter, X. Y. Warner's Safe Cure will
relieve the engorged kidneys, aid di
gestion, ami assist in making healthy
blood. Thousands have escaped the
asylum and premature death by pur
suing the course we have outlined,
and we beg of you. reader, that for
your own sake as w t il as the happi
piness of those who are near ami dear
to you. be wisein time anil today be
gin that course of living, and resort
to that help which will lead to a vig
orous life with faculties unimpaired,
and with years of usefulness for
yourcIf and friends in store.
C. K. Lawrence, a banker and
member of the Xew York Stock Ex
change, speaking upon the subject,
said: "Anyone w ho has ever been in
the Xew York Stock Exchange, or
has witnessed the amount of mental
pressure that it involves, does not
need to be told that Americans live
too rapidly, and yet many meh and
women live to as green an old age as
Europeans, but in addition to work
ing hard the- recreate and use
proper tonics. I think, by experi
ence, that Warner's Safe Cure is an
The experience of F. W. Whit
ing, who is interested in telephones,
has been, in many respects, remarka
ble. This is what he says:
"Yes. we do live too rapidly. We
succeed and accumulate wealth, but
we exhaust ourselves in doing it. I
know this from my own experience.
The pace at. which I did business
nearly killed me. A few years ago I
was nervous, irritable, ruii down. I
longed for life, yet did not care for it.
I dreaded death, but living was un
bearable. What! in perfect health
now? Yes, I am. I save my strength,
use good judgment, and "take War
ner's Safe Cure regularly. I am not
ashamed of this, but rather proud of
it. I have found it to be indispensa
ble to my health and happiness. Do
I work? Yes, hard every day, arid 1
believe all Americans can do the same
thing, regardless of the climate, com
petition or social demends, if they
will act ujKin my suggestion."
The Hon. H. S. firpenleaf, who was
recently seen at the house of repre
sentatives iu Washington, added his
testimony in the follov.ingoutspoken
words: "The exhaustions of public
life are very great, but so also are the
strains of business life, of profes
sional life, of social life. In counter
acting their dangerous effects War
ner's Safe Cure is unsurpassed. I
speak from personal experience."
The dangers of modern life are
great, but they can be avoided by
care and the use of the right remedy.
Will vou neglect so important a mat
Advertised List No. O.
List of letters uncalled for at the poet fticu at
Rock Island, 111 , March 3, 1898:
j Anderson Lnthi r Bedrick Amy I Mrs
care Anderson Chas Hirsch Etta Mi5S
henvon r B Jewell Ella F
Drown I. m tat r M Jonson All-cMr
!rmerV K Kei.ter W M
Casey W J Logne Frank
Camxlin David Maihets C J Nr
Clemens Je-se t elson Bmina Mins
Clemen 8 W Ocobock Ilatcc Miss
Davis II A Mrs Peters Jo- nie
Fa'kEiward Reed Geo Capt
F.sher Lome Mtss Ruck Adolp'.i
orohcr-j Jann Schiu'di W O
Fu ie.- nohte M-s TinsMh P W
Thi m 8 J M
ronaioi li t.
Ax: in C A ThieVvoldt H.'cnc Miss
nOWAHU ELLS. I'. M.
Now ry Ihis
It will cost you nothing and will
surely do you good, if you have a
cough, void, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
Xew Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our expence and
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and L'lniever's drug store. Large
size .Vie and l.
S. IL Clifford. New Castle. Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard. llarrisburg, III.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. I'sed three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Ruckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker, Catawba. Ohio. had live large
fever sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Hitters ar.d one box Hnckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely. Sold by
llartz & I'llemeyer's drug store. .
Bi t KI-ES'S AKXIOA SALVE.
The best sal ve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price "Jo cents per box.
For sale by Hart z & Ullemever.
Some s. ii.itoriil IVmlrr Wasted.
Xew Yoi;n. .Varvh -'. A gentleman con
tracted with ti:e i hatr.! cr..f commerce and
who knows wl:t reef he speaks says: "There
is a str;;:'K mishrtpivhctisiou as to the re
rinest of the i h.onbi r of commerce of the
state f Xew York to tke senate commit
tee. We v., n- iiil'm : e.l that Set rotary of
rMat? Fi'-iiT !,a t st t:t :u a uouest for an
rlilirnn:(t:.-.:i for ti.e nwji; ion ami enter
tainment el' hili ja-rsoaatte invited by
congress the CV-'.n:i:biun exposition.
The commitle.- of t Lie chamber of com
merce simpiy iiiirwl the propriety of that
appropriation, t be money so appropriated
to be expended by the state department.
Nothing else was asked or intei.ded to be
asked. Tlie ft.ros required in New York
will be obtained "-itinn the ranks of the
Zhi eccretof Hij Wea'.tfc.
A millioua.r aid "ihc secret of my wealth'" is
in the wori SA-V-E;aml :he secret o my
health is in the w r! S-A-G-E. By this last he
m-'an: Dr. sa-'e, whose Ca'arrh Remedy cured
him of one of the wort otsts of Catirrh. aid
thereby saved him from sr.fferinf atd prematura
death, enabling h'ni to make his milliors. and
eno; lire. The cire- ma le ly this medicine
are s'mply onJcr(nl.
What the Hon. Ceorge (i. Vest savs
in regard to the superiority to the
llirschberg's diamond and non
I am using glasses which I pur
chased from Prof.' Hirsch berg and
they are the best 1 ever tried; it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Hirschborg as an excellent op
tician, and his glasses are simply un
equalled in mv experience.
These spectacles are for sab; by T.
II. Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
Yhrii Baby was slcl:, we pave her Castoria.
When i-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
"When the became Miss, i-'he clung to Castoria.
ViTsca she tad Children, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people "need
to use it.
Children Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Pozironi's Powder: there is noth
ing equal to it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
at once. ? .
Is Hie best remedy for
all complaints peculiar
Rotate of Peter Hland, PeccHscd.
The nndorigued having been appointed a 'min
is nitrix of tr.e estate of Peter Bolind, late
of tlio coun'y of Rock Island, stato of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby elves iioticc that Bhe will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office 1 1 the clerk of said coart, in
the city of Fck Island, at the May term, on
the first Monday in May next, at which time
all pcrs ns having claims against said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the rame adiusted.
AU persons indebted to said t slate are reques
ted to ma-e immediate, payment to the under
sirred l ated this 33rd dny of Febrnarv, A. P. 1I-93.
Mks. ,1NA ROLAND, Administratrix.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Islasd Coithtt, 1
In the Circuit C'oi.rt of Kock Island County to
the Mny 'i'crm, A.U. lStW
Mary Freeman vs. Marshall Freeman.
Notice is hereby given to the said Marshall
Frccmai:. that the" abo e named co.nph.inaol
h retofnre filed her biilof ronipl iint in slid court
cn the chancery side thi reof. and flint a sninnious
there upon be issued nut of sid court ablins: th.'
Bbov.( i amed defendant returnable tit-on the fitst
day of the term of the circuit court of lto' k Island
county, to be h?i.i st the court ho;ipc in Hock l!.l
sn.l, in sni.l Kork l-la :d county on the first Von
day of M y. A. 1. ISHJ. as is required liy law and
whicu nm is s ill pending.
Diie.t thi? 2nd dsv of Fibruarv. A. 1. ;sr,"$.
GfOIOi"! W. liAVl'.i.E,
Clerk of the Circuit Court.
icKT'i'y yc. n'ry, oe.citor-1.
VPECUL Txxaito. Notioe
ymic - is hereby (riven to sli pcrs vis intcrontd,
that the cey couueii of h 3 ciiy of Rock IsImt U
h'.viig or If red by ord nance pissed A niiu't S h.
IsiiJ, that Twentieth street from the south lice or
the l- lcrsecticn cf Nii.:li a-e ue t the north
line .f the in'e'S.ctf-iii of :jli ee .th avenu j ard
Twrnt eth street, all bcinc in the city of Hock
Island be nd the sir.ic vre hereby o dcrcd to he
euro d with curbstone excavate! an 1 yraded,
luii r ved w th i avtut! brick of po d quality.
Sod erdinance for said improvcmoit is on fl'e
in the oUce of the city clcrK of said city, an-j said
city has applied to the count? court of Hock Is!
ar.d couik . lilinoi- for an as-cseinint and lew of
'he co'tn of said improvement npon and from tlie
lots and parti of lots a d tracts of !and ccntigeoug
to the line of said improvement in said ordirani e
ore'erjd to be comtructed in proportion to the
fn ntajie. of such lots, pans cf lots, and tracts of
land ni on the ifrprovemcct so ordered to be
constructed as ate esaid; ard f u a?S"ssment
tttrc of havinc been ma e and Muti cd to said
conn the final hearing thsreon will lie hid at the
March term Jof sai l court, conmeacinc on ths
thirteenth day of March A. D. IS',13 '
All ie-ors desiring may then and Ihere ap
pear and make their cefense.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, :hi first day of
Marci A T).
I. R. Johnston, 1
J. H. Clilixd, Cema:issiouers
J E. Rcldy. S
jOTIOE IN TTACHM"XT
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island Coi'ntt. I
County renrt of Rotk Island co::ntv. March
Term. A V l-W.
Mnnipelicr Tile Coinpauv vs. K!i B.-onsoc, in
Pitbli; r.oMce. is hereby given t.i the said Eli
Bronson that a writ of atiacani-nt issued out of the
office of the cierk of the county court or Hock Isl
and county dated the ltir.i dav of February, A.D
ISO.!, at the suit of the raid ICntpelier Tile Com
pany :.i.d against the es!a:e of the said Kli I!'onon
for theeuiii of c.vj huuftred and twenty-two dol
1 ira aril nice cents, directed to th? sheriff of said
Kock IsU'-ri comity, which mid rit has been re
New, therefore, unliss you, thi faid Eli Brou
son shall t.ersorally be and appear before the
said ront.tv court of Keck Is at d county on the
first day f ths ntxt term thereof, t be holden
at the court hcusc in the citv of Kock Kami in
sa d court-, on the Tti tec-nth cav of March a.
r. 1SS3. irive speciil bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's action, judgmmt will be entered
ara list j on, and in fauir of the said Mounlpelicr
Tile coopany and fo much of the property at
tached as may be sefflriert to satisfy the sa'd
judgment an.l costs, w.llbeeold to saiisfy the
II JALM A R KOHLER,
Clerk of the County Coirt.
Jackfon 4 Hurst, Plaintiff's Attorneys
Rock Island Feo. SI A. l. 1833.
fAX Purchasers' Noticx
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Island County, f'?-
To . very person in actual pescs-ion or cecti
pancyo?ihefolljwiii(rcecr;bel and or lot
nlro. ihc person in whose name the sane wis
tsxedors ociaUv assessed; also, the owncra of
or parties interest d therein nd tn whom it muv
Notice is herehy svcn. a rcquind by the
s.atutcs of sid stata of Illlno;. in snch case
made and proided. that op the lath day of June
A D lsl, at a public sa e. by thceiunty feasnr
er of said e maty of Rock Is and, rf lands and lot
apamst which judL-nitnt was rendered fordeiin
qnentuxes, special assismnt and cot.. au
inorzed by thi laws cf thi. stale, f, Jumei
Quinr. pureha- ed the south 9 aces on B'glo'and
L jiiirt NW NE cf section Kin Township 17
ncr.h. ranpe . wes' it tb j fourth principal meri
dian, situate in said county and state, and P3;i
therefor the art ount of said judgment on said
tboveIoter,bed real estate; thai Hi a'ove de
srribedlRndorlotswastixedinthenanie of T.
5 f"r oe yef 1. 1TO.1. and in the name of
J' U-ol,f,'rIhc 'ear A- D- and in the name
T. W olf for the ye r A. U. li. and wu laxea or
specially assessed for the year A. D. lst).iUi the
time of redemption of said land or lots from sa d
I'urcbas at sale, will expire in two years from
the date of sa.d tale, which will be on the 13th
day of June, A. D. 1SH3. and sail redemption may
he m tie on or before said l ,st mentioned uat. , at
the office of the county clerk of siid ooni.tv of
Jock Island, state o' I iinoi-. Served ties iij:h
Cay cl February, JaES oi iSN
gPECIAL TAXATION NCTICK
STATE OF ILLINOIsT
ROCK ISLAND COCSTT. j f s
.N.!Lee hrby :iven o a'l persons inter, sted.
that i he ciiy Council of the city of Rock ls'and
hiving order, d that Fourth avenue from the wes'
line of Urst street to the wett Pnc rf Twentieth
street, and from the east line of Twcnt'-thtr.l
street to the west line of Twenty fourth street,
? !wSnu"fu"'u "reet fiom the soith line
H Jh ,d .' ,ne nortQ llne Hnb avenues,
allbeirtr in the corcoraie limits of tic city of
Kock Island, he and the same are hereby ordered
corned with curbstones excavated and craded.
iTprovcd and p&vcd nithbiick, as provided by
Said erdlnarce for said improvement Is on file
In tJie oihee of the City Uirk of said citv. and
said city has applied to the county court of Kock
island county. Illinois, for an assessment anC
I. vy or the co.'t of said improvement npon ami
I rom tie lot ami parts of lots and tracts of land
contiguous to tho line or said . improvement in
said ordinance ordered to b eonstructed, 1 1 pro
IK't,n to the frnnUire of sueh lots, parts of fo's,
at dUactsof land npon the improvement so or
dered to be constructed as aforesa'd; and an a
sessment tbr-rcof havinjrbcen made and retnrned
h 5 frt' finul herln? thereon will ba
nad at the March 'erm of said coun. commenting
on the 13th day cf March, A.D., im.
All persons drirlne may then and there ap
pear and make their defense.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this id dyof
March, A. D., 18K1.
W. P. Qdatle.
J. L. Fhcemak,
Staled Knvelope. "
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Letters for advice Martini
Consulting Department- ar
Ken by our MiyMoi;,uS only.
zot-PHom meoicint co,
H. G. Colman, rWv
Estate of Max Gs;ettetihi. n
The andersiened havitli S t-iw
cutrix of the lt will and h
tenbaner, late of the co,,n , I' )Xm st
cf Illinois deceased, herehy
will appear before the counicuo;S' .
county, at the office of th. cierk "'.Si'x
.u j . island, at the " 'Ml
the first Monday in j,,, J'lJ,1
all persons having claims Ki ," '.-1
notified and requeued to a!tei . A i
mediate payment to the Bait
Dated thi. 2th dav of pv 1
STATR OF ILLINOIS ,
Rock Islash c. i NTr' , '
TothMay term, A.D jk ,
Fred Ltmliert, c..- r .
tq r -"n-i
Anna Limbrr. iKrrn-'i;.. i :c
To the above earned dt-fen-'ir' " ,
you will take cotie, that tli- i Iat
pluinaat. has thi, "1,. 'K"?
h s bill of complaint aaii.-t t ' fr'? , ,s;i
summons i chuncerv t;- .. ,., "T"T
ai;airst you directed't ) tb ;VB"V-"
to execute, retainable to tii-- v-v -ISM,
of said court to b? I., iT'
court tionse !n the c'te of k "j." , .d'c K
county oa ihc first Mo:',laT of M ,r ' '
which time and place vt.n'wri'.-v' ..
nwer or demnr to said h;H ""'''
Hock I.-liind, HI., y. i, -i lt.v
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Jacks in & HrR-, l--!n.Cv
Sol ci orp for Conip'airar-.
iicpresins. moii O'.hr llras-tricc itc 4
u -iir iLtariicct; companies he foo
J. Oal l-inrv.cf Conrany, of En!ic.
Wosches:er Fire Ins. Coci;ir,v cl N. T
Ssfialo German Ins. Co., Unfa'.o.S.
riecfcester German Ics.Co..Rocbw:fr ' '
Tttiaens Its. Co., of Piusbariili, Pj
inn Fire OflBce. London.
7nkn Ins. Co., of California,
eecnrlty Ins. Co.. Sew Hivsn, Co-t.
illwattkce Mechanics Ins. Co., M.'.wjat.
4cmu.n Fire Ins. Coof Poor::.,!'::,
';V' C---T. 13th St., end ticcotiA-
sortr ISLAND. VI
"THE OLD RELIABLE.
HAYES & CLEAVItiJl
Rcprtftr.tiLg ever 40 Million Do'.'n:
of Cifch attt'ts
Fire. Life. Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFlOE-RoomSl, Mitchs'l Lirif :
f"Sfcure oor rates: they will :ek: J'-
J M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time tried Ccmpitfi
Losses Promptly Paii
Sales as lows r.v reliable compary r'.r!
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