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THE A1IGUS, MONDAY. i.lAUCH 6, 18y.J.
1 I r
THE TRATELEX8' illl)E.
CHICAHO. ROCK I9LA VD A FAt'riC KAlL
way Depot cornet r ffc '.venne and Thirty
arat Blrt-l, t ranm ll. riummer, agent.
EAST. ' tWBST.
Council Bloffs A 3f inneso- I ! !
ta Day Sxprtsee... .. ( 41:05 am 4:41 am
Kansas Oty Day Exprrw. . !i0:37pm; 8:20 m
Washington !: xi -ti . ... j 8;20pm; S :13pm
Oonnr.ti "lulls A V.mic-o- i I j
vafixpr--R i ":40 am T:5 pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1 i
bole Bxpresa 1 1.44 am 8:58 am
Kansas City Liailed . ... 4:43 am 11 ;10 pm
ftlaart-Rock leUnd Express 5:40 pm 9:t0am
Dally. tGointf east. Jtioin went.
BUIiUNKTON RuUTE-C, B. y. 8AtL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth t.
W J. Yonng, agent.
St. Los i s.xprM
St. I oa " i rrrtrt. .... . ... .
.X. Fan. JCxprcse
Beardstowi Paeaenfcer. ...
Way Frclrkt (Monmouth)..
HI Paul Kxpreiw
I 7:87 pm
1 :M am
5. -til am
11 :30 am
6 .40 r.
1 :0 pm
e :4S pn
CHICAGO. .aiLWAUKKK A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Kac.r.c southwestern Divisicn De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenae. K. u. w. aolraes.airent.
TRAINS. Lbav AtmtVB.
Hall and Kxpre 7:00 id 9 .!. ,.
8t. Pant Sxprse.. S:(0ini 11:44D
Kt. cc "-modsfion. . .:4n :Jmn
OCR ISLASD PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street, r.
J. Rocliwell. Airent.
TRAINS. Lxavx 'abm'.vb.
FSui Mall Kiprees 8:0Sam 7:r5pm
(3bM Arcom-i.vUnoD 9:10am 3:00 pn
" ' I 4 :00 pm :? m
BCHLIXGTON, CEDAR F.APIDS Jt NORTH
ern railway, cepot f .xt of Bradv street.Dav
erport. J.E.Rannf iran, G'n.T'kt A'Pa. Anent.
TRAIN. Leave. Arrive.
Pafgenger 4:S5 pai 10 45 am
Freight S GO am P:45 am
Leave Wc Davenport.
MOST DTB3CT BOUTS TO THB
East. South and Southeast.
Lt. Rook Ialand.
PrtceeTille . .
.1 1:15 pmi
.1 3:40 pm
I Kn nn.!
. 6:56 pm
. 7:10 pm
.. 1 am
.- 70 pm
..It '40 pm
4 :6& pm
o wj pm
18 OS n't
.At. Bock laiaci.
I : pmi 7 rw pm
Aceommodatioc traina leave Rock Ialand at
80a. m. and 8.40 p.m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1:16 a.m. Leave Peoaia 6:00 a. m. and
7. :15 p. m; arrive Rock laland 4:00 p.m. and 1:86
All train ran daily except Sunday.
All paMeoger traina arrive and depart Colon
Free Cbaircaron Fast Ixpreaa between Rock
If'ond and Peoria, both directlena.
Throaeh tiekeu to ail pointa ; baggage enecked
-iLnwuja uj aev.maiion.
Lv. Ro;k U'aai am 4.00 pm
Arr. SiTntl!t ' 10. 20 am 5.06 pm
" Ch'.e :11.00 am 6.40 pm
6.2 ) am 13.50 pm
7.00 am 1.45 pm
. 7.55 am tSX pm
a. t. rtc'DUjW, ... TOCKHOCsK
S3"arintendent. ! Tt. A(i t
jH'STEO WITH THE GEOSRAHif 0TTK:3 C0LKT1T 01 CSTAH
i'ch vi j:e mrofimTio nou a stutt of this nr of Tm
Eoci Islaid & Pacific R?
The Direct Route to aiid from Chicago, Jollet, Ottawa,
Peoria. La Salle, Molina, Rock Ialand, In ILLINOIS;
Davenport, Knacatine, Ottinnwa, OKkalooaa, Da
Moines, Winteraet. Aaduboa, Harlan and Council
!:lurr. in IOWA; Minneapolis and St. Faul, in MIX
N'ESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falli, In DAKOTA;
Caoieron, St. Joseph and Kansas City, In MISSOURI -Omaha,
Lincoln, Fairbnry and Kelson. In XEBEASKA :
Alchiaan, Leavenworth, Hortoc, Topeka, Hat-hlcson
Wirhlu. Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, !x
KANSAS: Klngflaber, El Reno and Uinco, In IKDIAN
JLERIVORY; Denver, Colorado Springs and PueUo.
I" COLORADO. Treveraea new areas of rich farming
and grazing lands, affording the best facilities of icier-.-omunclcation
to all towne and cities east and west,
torthweat and southwest of Chicago and to racillc and
W.s oceanic seapora.
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAVCS
Leading all eompetltore In splendor of equipment,
between CHICAGO and DES IOI!TES. COCSCIL
?o"!l.OMAHA' CHICAGO and
OEJTl ER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, vis
KANSAS CITY, and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH
FirM-aa Day Coaches, FREE RECUSING CIIAIB
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs with
liverging railway Unas, now forming the new end
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTS
Over TThtca superbly-equipped traina ran dallv
THEOt'GH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from S.'t
Lake City, Ogdea and San Francisco. THE ROCE
ISLAKD la also the Direct ana Favorite Line to anJ
from lianitou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary and
cenic resorts anddties and mining districts In Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
from. St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all Ira
ortant tewes, cities and sections in Southern Sebratka
- Caua-if and the Indian Territory. Also via ALBERT
Ji ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Water
own, Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL,
'ocnectlanr ror all points north and northwest between
' be rakes and the Pacific Coast,
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired in formation
, pply to any Coupon Ticket Offios tn the United Statai
' c Canada, or address
L ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
er'lUoasar, GeolTktAFM Act,
THE NEXT MORNING I FCEL BRIGHT AN D
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor aaya it acta gently on the stomach,
liver and kldneva. and Is a pleaeant laxative. This
drink la made from herbs, and is prepared for use
as easily as tea. It is called
AUdranristesellitatMcaridllapackajre. If you
cannot get it. send your address for a free sample,
line's Family Medicine move the bowels
each day. In order to be healthy this la necessary.
Address ORATOR F. WOODWARD, La Hot. M.V
"DE LIFTIN' FLOOD TIDE-"
- iiiin ii Kiijiiiiiri i I Li ri i l
If?5 .V A recent discovery by an old
liH Physician Successfnlly oscd
7S Ii? a-T nonthlv by thousands of la-
. . 'j , . . - . j
Sr-r . Nfe and reliable medicine
diecovered. Beware of un
principled ornerfeta who of-
f'r inferior ntcdiclnee in place of this. Ask for
Cook g Cottoh Kdot Compoukd, take no snbl
tnte. or inclose (1 and 6 cei t in postage in letter,
a id we will send, sialci. by return mail Full
e "alc;l particulars in o'&in envelope, to ladies
oily, 3 ttanips. Addrc-s
t'O.ND LILLl CCJ"FANY.
Ko. 3 Fisher Block, Detrot. Mich.
So'd in Rock Island by Marshall A Fithet. Hs
p ;r Ilooi-e, liartz A bannscn. 30ih street and 3o
a .'s.. and drtipis cv-vnhrc.
ITTOHNSV AT LAW Otflce in Mi;.-n .ll
A. Lyule's new block.
JACKSON A HUliSl,
TTCrtL'SYS T LAW
Q.tt.01.'; '1105 K : ! '.-:
'iuce in ttov i, t ft
'.f ;... l1.
d. await. v v. t. tt.cn
rtWt.fc. i VALSEK,
iT7n.KN2VS AN'K 'SfN3LU'Ksi
iChtcc in De-..gcton' -lock, ftors. Isiand, IU.
tK.MPV t fOrWrR.
irT'JRN Ky h AT .A iV LotL c(inr i.i uxl
ocarty.maiiecol'ectiotis, Rclereree. Aiw
iyidt. .tankers OfT.-e tr. Pwvoi.ce Nioci
S. W. OCELU
I TTORN'EY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byton.
Sflninp A S?ntriVi mt U.iltn. hi . r. a.... a
" - - u . .law,. (lb, UVW V-UW
a office ;n the Anditoriam bniidisg, room 5, at
J. Sbabxi. S. W. $iablb.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
I TTORSEtS and Coansellors a' Law and So
.1 ridtor sin Chancer; office BtJerd's block,
R, H. PEARCE.
Boom US n Mitchell A Lynde's new blocs. .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted without pain bv tee
So 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
Uitchel! & Lyorle . Block. Rnome 89-Sl
J, R. Bollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
Pbtbicians AND Surgkons.
Cifflce 403 3rd st. Telephone 10ft5
Residence 73131st st. " 1188
omcx joras :
Bi. Barth Dr. Hollowbnsh
to 10 a, m. 10 to 13 a. m.
Itoland7to8p.m, I 2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CTTAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Offlce McCnIIoagh Building, 134 W. 3d St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 pm.
J. P. Mtehs, M. D. Geo. W. Wbeblbb,'M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Sursrery and siMraaesi or U'nmen
Umce over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
DB. TIKS j DR.WHIELEB.
0 o 12 a. m. IB to 10 a m.
tn5ard7to8p.nl 1 1 to 8 and 7 to t p, m
e. telephone 1200. I Res. telephone. 1190
Br wabd L. Habxatx. Clabk II. Buronn.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHrTECrS, Rock Island, 111 . Offlce Room
41, Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans and tnperintendenee for al) class nl
Bimt 63 and 66, Mitchell A Lynde building
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., Sew York City.
1 efltted and renovated under new maascement.
On the European plsn.
i .win rates i a aay ana npwara.
l:etaorant canal to the best in the city at mod-
en te rate.
r treet CBra from all R. R. stations and stcam
boi.t and ferry landings pass the door.
V ' K :
"rVr A Ifa t awuavt V .
B:eill,Tl5 Ji -L" J'llv" '?In
;..' M-r ,or JTO.ptH.-l.;
Kiears Occupies its on
Oild Whlma of the Dwellora Abont the
North Carolina Title Estuaries.
"Queer enoupjh ave some of the no
tions held by the tlwellers in remote
districts by the sea in North Carolina A
said a government engineer to the N."
Y. Sun. "Some years ago I was
aboard the United Stales Const Survey
schooner Quadrant in Tainlieo Sound
bound for Charleston. The vessel
could be trimmed to five feet of water,
so rather than so outside we tried to
make our destination by way of the
narrow, ilovimn channel "of Core
Sound. The te.-sel bumned along for
twenty-live or thirty miles and at last
grounded solidly. "While we backed
ami heaved in futile endeavor to get
the schooner alinat. an old negro in a
dugout rnnoe came up antl looked
"Well", Uncle, what do you think of
it?1 1 called.
"He shook his head and looked as
wise as Uncle Remus.
"Yer can't git tiff now, boss,' ho said,
with an air of certainty. -Yer mils'
wait fur de Hood tide. "De flood tide
am n lifiin' tide. Yer kin float in a
foot less water ou tie flood tide dan yer
kin on de ebb.'
""Whether or not the colored sage's
theory would hold water, so to speak,
it is sure that we had to wait for "tie
liftin' title,' when the vessel came off
the shoal without dillieultv.
"Pursuing our way the following
day through the same shoal waters wo
gradually came up with a small
sehooner whose patched and dingy
sails were double reefed, athough the
wind was very light. I hailed her in
pa-sing with the rather presumptuous
"Why don't you turn out those reefs
antl make more sail?'
"Pack came the answer in a larka
daisiea! twang from goat-bearded,
slouch man, w ho was straddling the
"Why, yer durned fool, thar ain't
l.alf wind enough fur what sail I've "ot
Butler's Kindness to an I -Confederate.
When the democrats first obtained
control of the lower liranch of congress
sfter the war, a southern man came to
Washington to get ollicc, says a corre
spondent of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
lie relied confidently upon his
war record and his social " relations.
His friends received him with open
arms, but did nothing for him beyond
the cordial greeting. The ex-confederate
waited until his means were ex
hausted, and the situation had become
desperate. One day, with his soul
full of bitterness, he walked into the
presence of Gen. Butler and told his
"Can yon write a rood hand?" asked
the general, when he had heard it all.
"les, said the southerner.
"Let me see," demanded the gen
The visitor took pen and paper and
"That'll do." the general comment
ed. "How are you on figures?"
The southerner thought he was
pretty fair. The general called off
rapidly and the other made a mental
calculation and gave the result.
"I think you'll do," said the general.
"Here is 100. Go down-town and get
a business suit of clothes. V. any
little debts you've incurred. Then
In a couple of necks I he ex-confederate
was on; of p.i.i.i;- r.nd into a
cleric.il po-iiion at a Lowell (Mass.)
factory. lie it-niamcd ttiere for years,
being advanced from time to "time.
One day Gen. Butler sent for him. He
had come into possession of a verv
large tract of timber and mineral land
in a southern state. On the land squat
ters had been settled for many years.
They must be placated anil " their
rights must bo acquired before Gen.
Butler's title could be made clear.
Hundreds of thousands of acres were
embraced in the tract- To remove
the cloud meant a fortune. The peo
ple were hardy mountaineers. They
had the reputation of making short
work with those who disputed owner
ship of the land with tbem.
"Do yon think you can do anything
with it?" (Jen. Butler asked, after be
had examined what was desired.
"I'll try it," said the ex-coufederate.
He went south and spent twelve
months among the mountaineers. The
job was one he would hardly have un
dertaken for money compensation. lie
got on the right side of the squatters.
A few hundred dollars went a long
way. This settler was bought out?
That oue was induced to move and
squat outside of the Butler tract. In
various ways the agent acquired all of
the squatters' rights with their full
consent. At Hie end of the year he
carried back to the general the papers
which made him undisputed owner of
all of the valuable land.
Rhyme With Beaton.
Tog-nets the number, who would dare U?
Of all the ills that flesh is taeir tn.
To bear the half yon could not bear to;
Atd lo'ely wo nan his her share, too;
She'd have ome lea If thfM ronslv in
Dr. Pierre1 F.rnritj PMa-ntinn P, run
down," debilitated ana overworked women, it if
me oesi oi an reetorative tonics A potent spe
cific for all those chronic weaknesses and dig
eases peculiar to women: powerful, general a;
well aa uterine, tonic and nerv.ne. It Imnnn.
vior and strength to the whole system. It
promptly cures weakness of the etomacb.eacsca,
indigestion, bloating, debility and sleeplessness,
in either sax. It is carefully compounded by an
experienced Phvslcinn and adantsxl tn amm-.
delicate organization. Purely vegetable and rer-
,u .1 j tujuuiuu vi i uc eystem
I hp mil. manlnin. . i L . j
j ...uiviw iui wuiuru, Fvja vy arufrcttlg
nndcr a positive guarantee of satisfaction In
every case, or price l) refunded.
What the Hon. George G. Vest says
in regard to the superiority to the
Hirsch berg's diamond ami non
'I am using glasses which I pur
chased from Prof. Hirschberg and
they are the best I ever tried;" it af
fords me great pleasure to recommend
Prof, Hirschberg as an excellent op
tician, and his glasses are simply un
equalled in my experience.
G. G. Veet."
These spectacles are for sale by T.
H. Thomas, agent for Rock Island.
- " Finn -oned Hopeless. Yni Bv-. j
from a letter written y iirs. .Ana
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D. we quote: i
'Was taken with a bad cold, which j
settletl on my lungs. Cough set in j
and finally terminated in consump- j
tion. tour doctors gave me up, say
ing 1 could live but a short time. 1
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if J could not stay with my
friends on earth, I would meet mv
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. Kings .Now Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs ami
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles; it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well antl
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 50c and f 1.
Good looks arc more than skin
deep, depending ujion a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, anil if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. Secure good health
ami you w ill have good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
antl tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
lrlotches, boils ami gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Bahnsen's
drug store, 50c per bottle.
BFCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup,
tions, and jutsitively cures piles or
no pay required.' It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale lv Hartz & Ullemever.
NYhen Baby vr es Ri.-k, we pavr m-r I .nrtorla.
When f-Le was a CluIiVsho t riej f jr C'-ona.
Tlicn s!:c bevame llls.t, she clung to Castnria.
WTii'n sho. hr.J CMJUrcn, she gave them Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
Ikwc1s each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chiicen Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Pozzoni's Powder; there is noth
ing equal to it.
Childrei. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
better in every
in that than well
people stop to
ponder. To getT
Dacn tiesn and
spirits is everything.
of pure Cod Liver Oil with Hypo
phosphites is prescribed by lead
ing physicians everywhere for ail
ments that are causing rapid loss
of flesh and vital strength.
Scott5 Emulsion will do more than
to stop a lingering Cough - it fortifies
the system AGAUST coughs and colds.
Prerarrd by Sett. A Bowns. Tt. T. All d-irrrKts.
BBS. ELBIRA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. nUem Xtdieal V XOkart, Ind.
Dia 6rns: For years I wu troubled with
heart disease. Would fTeonenUy hare falling
spells and smothering at nhVht. Had to ait op or
pet cut of bed to breathe. Had p&in in my left
side and back most of the time; at last I became
dropsit al. I waa very nervous and nearly worn
out. She least excitement would cause me to
with CutterlEp . For the last fifteen years I could
not sloep on my leftside or back until began takinc
your Aw ifart Cure. I had not taken K very
long until I felt mnch better, and I can now sleep
on either tide or back without the least discom
fort. I Lave no pain, smothering, dropsy, no wind
on stomach or other disagreeable symptoms. Iam
able to do all my own housework without an
trouble and consider tnrsolf cured.
Klkhart, Ind.. istt. .Mrs. Eurnu Hatch.
It is now four years since I have taken any
medicine. Am in better health than I have beta
in 40 yean. I honestly be- s a a mm
lieve that Dr. XUf Xeic CI lUKIl
Hear Cure saved my life VWiltU
and made me a well woman. I am cow 62 yean
of acre, and am able to do a Rood day a work.
May zvth, 1893. Mas. Elbujja Baxgb,
Bold oa as Positive Goarantee.
Dm. MILES' PlttS.60 Doi25Ct.
- .i - r.'ij.
la the best remedy for
all complaiata peculiar
I'OLLAILS, sent ftT
zomjho mtticmt co
H. Colman. $
fMOORPOHATKP TJRDKB TDt ST.-..
Hoek Island Savings Ban.'
HOOK ISLAND, ILL.,
con oa-l fro a. m. to 4 p. a., and Saturday evenly, from -.,
-rcent ttstJ-resi pa'.d on Peposit. Mcii)v loanerl o-
ir.teral. ot Roal Estate BecnHtT "
VITCHKLL .1 n?MS.IA-S. Vce-P,,. ,
" 'j. st'tcneii. P- Reynolds, P. C. Scnktcem Jorr -,, .
PhH Wltchril. L. Htmon. B W "nt " -"X'-'-
jAcasor. Bubst. illicit i'rs.' ' '
" hosiness Jnl? IKu ', ar d occupy ti e ontbea.t nr n rf v -
"A. HAUO CAW IS A GOOD THING, EHT v
IM A . f" fi, U d SJ !S
rT& tt& t." . a a a
IS THE PROPER THING FOR HOUSE CLEANIS
E'tatc of Peter H 'land. DcccaKe'i.
The tititlefincu having been ai'iminted a imin
is'ratrix of the et.ve of Peter Boltr.d, late
of the counly of Rock island, state of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby pives i otlce mat she will
appear before the county court of Hock Island
county, at the office rf the clerk of sid coart, in
the city of Kock Island, at the Mav term, on
the first Monday in May next, at which time
all persrns bavineolaims against "aid estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adiii"tel.
All persons indebted to said r s'ate are reaucs
tcd to make immediate pament to the ender
siened. I'ated this 23rd day of Pebruarv, A. D. lsfls.
MHS. MINA BOLAXD, Administratrix.
Estate of Max Gsiettenbiuer, Deceased.
Tne nndersicncd havini been appointed exe
cutrix of the last will and testament of Max Gctct
tenbauer, late of the county of KocklsKnd,- .
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tba ah
will appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city oi Rock island, at the May term on
the ftrst Monday in May next, at which time
al persons having claims aca-nsi said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
ui osiiDjj idc fame aujusLea. All persons in
debted to said estate are requested to nuke im
mediate payment to the andersiirned.
Dated ibis SSth dav of rYbruarv. A. D. 18
JljJOTICR IX ATTACnMKNT.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, i
Rock Island Cocktt, i
Ccnnty court of Rock Island county, March
T.m A Vk
Montpclicr TUe Company vs. Eli Bronson. in
t t rhmen
Public notice is hereby gin to the said Kli
Bronson thai writ of attachment tasoed out of the
viu vi me :i3i ui idc county court oi Bock Isl
and county dacd the 16th dav of Febrnarr. a D
1L At thP tnit rtt tka jf. lt ,:". .
panv and against the aM&te of the said EH B:on)n
for the sum or two hundred and twenty-two dol-
KoeU Inland connty, which taid writ has been re-
BUI IAW tAtl, KM U.
Con Khali lAranr allar vn -
r-'--j w tjv prir oeiore tne
a:d ronntv court of Kock Is accf county on the
uiciuaiiuourAi term laereor, ij De iloluen
the courthouse in the citv of Rock Inland, in
HA in Mnntv nn haa Thl tAAk - m u .
, j..Hs,uw ui ,. . ii m umjr Kfi JTi arCQ A.
D. 1S9S. give specisl bail and plead to the said
plaintiff's aaion. judgment will be entered
apa nst you, and in favor of the said Uouotpelier
Tile company and so much of the property at-
. j - -".v ,v,iB id eaiitjj uie saia
judgment and costs, will be sold to satisfy the
. v. JPIerk of the Connty Conrt.
Jsckton Hurst, Plaintiff's Attorneys.
Rock Island Feo. 81, A. 1. 1893.
AX PORCHASERS' NoTIOi
STATB OF ILLINOIS,
Rock IsisdCouktt. '
To t very person in actual poscgion or recu
pancyof the fulljwina-oecribed and cr lotg-al-o.
the person in whose name the same was
taxed or s cciallv assessed; also, the owners of.
or parties interest! d therein, and to whom it may
rtotice Is betvby g ven. as required by the
earn stars oi Illinois, in such case
m,ve.d Prov'Jed. that op the 13th day of June,
A D ln, at a public sale, by the county treasur
er of said county of Rock Island, of lands and lots
acamst w hich judgment was rendered fcr delin
quent tsxes, Becial aseessmenu and cost", an.
notiied by ths laws f thi state. I, Jmes
Qainn. ptirchared the south 9 acre s on Big Island,
L part NW NB of section 17 in Township 17
north, rauge 2. west ol the fourth principal meri
dian, situate in said county and state, and pa'ii
therefor the aaount of ta!l jndjment on said
iboye described real estate; taat the a'tove de
scribed land or lo:s was taxed in the name ot T.
?J the "'r D- nt 'n the nsme of
i W.lf.or,hc 'cr A- D. 1S9I. nd in the name
T. W olf for the ycr A. U. lS9i, and wa taxed or
t pedal 'y assessed for the year A. D. IHOI.aod the
time of redemption of said land or lots from said
purchase at tale, will expire in two years from
the liar nf ssitH . i. m w
day of June, A. D. 1603. and said redemption may
vtwv "ui.' mm DieDtiouca qav , at
the ofhee of the county clerk of stld cotintv of
Hock Island, state o- 1 linoi. jrrved this Vs:h
dayofFtbrnary, iHtj. JAStEs QUIXX.
gPECIAL TAXATIOX NOTICE
STATE OF lLLINOIsT
r.CCK ISLAND OOCNTT. I
Notice is hereby given to a!l persocs iMert s'rd,
that ihe City Council of the city of Kckk Is. and
he vine order, d that Fourth avenue from the no
li ne of Kim street to tbe west 1'ne of Twentieth
eireet, and from the cast line of Twenty-third
street to the west iine of Twenty fourth stieet,
and Tent -fourth street fiom the soath line
of Thi.d to the north lino of Fifth avenues,
allbciDs; In the corporate limits of tie city of
Rock Island, be and the same are hereby ordered
curbed with curbstones excavated and praded.
improved atd paved aith brick, aa provided by
Said ordinarce for said improvement Is on file
in the office of the Citv Clerk of said city, and
said city has applied to the county court of Kock
Island founts, Illinois, for an assessment and
Ivy of tbe eo-t of said improvement upon and
from tbe lot' and pans of lots and tracts of land
contiguous to the line of said improvement in
said ordicar.ee ordered to ba eontructed, i pro
portion to the frontage of such lots, parts of lots,
ard tracts of land npon the Improvement so or
dered to be constructed as aforesa'd; acd an as
sessment thereof having- been made and returned
to said court, the final hearfhir thereon will be
hod at the March term of said court, commenting
on the 13th day tf March, A.D.. 1S9J.
All persona desiring- may then and there ap
pear and make their defense.
Dated at t-ock Island, Illinois, this fvl day of
March, A. D..1SOT.
W. P. Qua TLB,
J. L. Prbkxas,
. F. LrcouH,
STATE OF in.!Nf ,
Rock Islaxi c intt! . ""
To th-May twin, A. Jj i.r. , .
Fred LuLher.t;.,-.,, ,
Anna Li:n(i(, j.
10 the anorc r-imcr; drfc-.v- ,
ypu will take Lo:ic-, tt.: ti.
Plainant, has tbi- or in -h:e
bill of complaint a::Y.?t t afr
summons in tbancerv hi V -against
you iirecteil":j h- -.."
to eiccnte, retornat-le to tt- Yi7
1SS. of said court to be U 1 1-;
conrt home In the ci:y tlf y
rounrvoB the f-t v,..iu
which t me and place yoc'w.i;
Roc Island, I'.l.. Msrrh i I'-.j
Sol citors for Ccmp'sirt;:.
gPECiAL Taxation i
Noiiee is hereby Blveniotl! ptrt-.
iii.l luctliJloUDCitri IL CUT
naving oroerea pt ortl'nas-e ;s
1S, that Twennith streft frssi
the intersection of Sin-h vnnv
liuc of the intersection of Z.i- e?x
lweniietn street, an Detnz in ttt
Island, be and the tint are hero
curncd with eurostones eirirr
improved with tavint brick of yd
Mid ordinance for said ittywi
in tbe office of the citv der of su
city has applied to theeoacrr rcr
aod county. Ulinnia for an vn-in-n
the costs of said imorovetneri: car
lots and parts of lets aM tracuo' x
to tbe line of said improvemrctas
ordered to be constructed x rr
rrontage.ol such lots, panscf .t'j
land upon the iroprovemrrt c :
constructed as afeTeM:(l: arc
thereof having betn male tzi tr.
conrt the final hearop aurnnvi;
March term of said cicri.
thirteenth day ot March A. D 1-S
All persons deihr may tk-:r
mar and make their ctferie.
Dated at Ko-k Island, Ii::.io:j. :t-
Marco A D.
J. R. JcnfT. w. ,
J. U. CtELisn. -J.E.
A. 0 HUESI
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xxown FlrcIcsaraLce Comptrei i
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Buffalo Germ&c Ins Co., B-i'J-ttocbester
itisens Its. Co., if Putsliirf i.
ianFire OXce. Lordon.
L'r.iofi Irs. To . of t'alifnn.a
Seeuritv Ir,s. Co.. Xew Hivr:.Cf"J
wt wankee Merhacics lr.s.oo.. a
5:nr.sn rirelcs. Co..nf Psct:-
"rTce Cor. 18th St.,
THE OLD BELII
HAYES & CLEAYI1
R.frt-i-cnMrf: over 40
.Ponds of Suretyship f
OFFK-B-Room Jl.V '
stock Island, Ills. . .
-a-arr. onr rates: tliry
J M. BUFOf
Th.o'.d Fire and TimJ
Losses Promptly 5
RaUi as low as any reliJ siH