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m. and 1 :1 k. m. Leave Peoiia C:U0 a. va. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Ro.-.k Island 4 :m0 p. ra r.1 1 :S
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UGH Vit iJABLE flFORWATKJH rR3X A ST-JCT OF TB.S fP CF
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r,e rirfrt p.ont" to tid from ChlKO, Jolirt, : : .
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fASAS: Klnfrfisher, El Reno ar.d Siir.co, In L 1 :
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COLORADO. Traverses nctv orcal of ric'j f-n;..
, grr-ing lands, affording the best facilities 01 ' :
i: -uunication to all towns and cities end
-rp?t and southwest nf Clcs3 aad to Vtci.'.k .
rzSTZBULE EXPRESS TAjLT::
I nlins all competitors In splendor of et-mp.-i.-'
: -:wr.n CHICAGO sad DE3 NOlSr.3. COl :.'i.
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t '..-s'l'En, COLORADO PPP.IXG3 and PVEfcLO,
a ANSA3 CITY and TOPEEA and via r-T. JOS' - ;
I'itit.fSass Iy Coaches. THEE EECLLVIXU CTI.v:
i'.T-S. and Palace Sleeiiers, with Dining i.tts Sen
oe connections at Denver and Colorado S)irincs k.i
?.v?rsiLg railway lines, now farming t'-e hit
TP.IJCS-ROCKY ZIOUNTAIN VQVZZ. '
...d hlch superbly-equipped tralr run oj':-
v-.ir.orGa without change to 1. 1 fro-u j
tj':r City, Cgden and San I -nclsco. THE RO j
r I is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to i
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.. a SCl'TE ftom Kansas City and Chicago tc Wat.
ivs, Piaux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and 8T. fAfL
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' tie lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired infbnr.isii-n.
, pj ly o any Coupon Ticket Office in the Cnlud
r Cantula. or address
!. ST. JOHN, JOHN 8EBASTIA.
Sew'Hauafar- Genl TkUetFacS Act,
It Cam Colds. Coughs. Sere Throat. Croup, Influ
enza. Whoomne. Cough. Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Consumption in first stages,
and a sore relief in advanced stages. Use at once.
You will ae the excellent effect after taking the
first dose. Bold by dealers eTerjwhere. Large
bottles 60 cents and 1 1.00.
T11E G8SAT ENGII?U REMEDY.
Prompi'y nnd perms
i.ettly enre cl" forms of
Ni'rvons Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Im
potency and ail effects of
abuse or ezcesfes: leen
1 rescribed ever 33 years
in thousands of cases; is
lief ore tT'itl fitter. e?t meiiicine known; ash
cnilst8 for Wood's Ph sthodine: if he offer
sonic worthless me!:cine in place of this, leave
hi di-honet More, rccicse price in letter anO
we will sentl oa bv ret::rn mail. Price on-: packaire
f I: six. JS: one will p!c..se, six will cure; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope, i st.iirps: aiic.-tss
LM.L i. 11 n .11. ..
131 Weouwara avenue. Detroit Mien.
IQtt AI. CASK.
ITTOKSEV AT L.V-V s.'i'Sco in M -r:..':
v Ly.iiits uw b!orx..
JACKSON A: ISCHST,
TVO H I SYS AT L A ' .
4 ;.L-SH V'. T s ;t;;t ei.
U fir ly.ruzia r..'.;.:c:ior... fte.; 'ei Cc. ititcr-
tV.Jt Lrsue. itii-rt. 'Hoe in oto' rr- t"n;i
S. W. UCLLI,
i TTORNKY AT L VW Forme r; nf lort Byron.
X an 1 driuir The past tw.? years with itie rlrm or
rown:ci-A Entri - ' ' :. has near opened
ir oSce In '.rj.- : :.t..f .1 ..- -i- ill; i, r-xi S., at
C. J. SlAULS. . W. KAIU.X.
VTTOftN'E v .i . ,'.)ai.''i.i: 4- La and So
'letrorsl:: ,'hancer: ofBe 3:ifervi' block.
J. R. Hollowbosh, M. P. Geo. E, Berth, M, D.
DRS. BARTII & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHT?10lA5f8 AND SUROKOXS,
Office 4(r3 33-d st. Telephone 10W
Kesidence7312:stst. - 1IS8
Dr. Barh i Dr. Uollowbnsh
to 10 a. m. 10 to 13 a. m,
ltoiacd7u.Sp.tr.. J to 5 ai d 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. Zl. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCnllonih Building. 194 W. 3d St.
Hours: 9 to 11 arr : 1 to 4 tm.
J . F. Mie-j, M. D. Geo. W. Wheki.er,:m. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
HaiC'-r- amt li-n-e or Vonitt
l ffSce over Krtl! & Math's. Telephone 1113
- ornoE Horns:
DR. WTERS I DR. TRIILEll.
0 to 1J a. m. 8 to 10 a tn.
To S and 7 to 8 p. m 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
tes. telephone liu). I Ke. telephone. 110
R, M. PEARCH.
Room 33 is Mitchell A LycQe's new rvr- .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pitn by tr-e new
5io 1718 Second avenue, over Ere'l fc Math's.
Mitchel' & Lynde's BInck. R.-. ns ".i h -
EnwiiiD L. IIamxati.
(-'LillK LI. ISQFoltu. J
AEC'HITECrs, Rocii IsUnd, 111 O.T.. Kooni
41. Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. ETATJDUHAR
Plars and snpent.tt nCciicc for all class 1 1 j
Bo37,s o3 and 55. M trheil 4. l yce buildine:
Tin : rvii ii J
- hotels. I
Mauropolitan. Elotol,' j
Lroailway, Cor. Tr:nce St.. New York Citv i
Refitted and rcrova'i d under new m-nugcnient, !
on the Entopein pl n. !
Room rau-g ?l a dy and npward. ;
Restaurant equal to the bcrt in the c:ty at mod-'
erate rate. '
rtreet curs from all R. R. stations and steam-i
boat aud ferry !anriit r pass the door. '
lilLDRElil & ALLEN. Pi.-e. !
, Insane Person Restore,
Dr.KLIKE 8 GREAT
I vBratw ANrRvi Diskases. Oniy"
' n AV' 'fftrttms. -its. V:Siify. tte.
I INFALLIBLE if taken as directsd. .A' h'lt after
. . T . . n.t , rial brittle free to
y Fit patients. t'.ev r ivmjr cJinfeischarKesonlx when
receive-1. Send mpw. P. O. And eprew sdriress of
a:ni;te l tol'K KLtNEjnt Ar-h St..PhilJelrhi.Fl.
icol-'r-vi-- tklt AF.H Qt JAIlTATIXii FRAUDS.
SHE SECURED A BARGAIN.
A Woman's Familiar Remark.
..' 1 II f : es lis fur l tt .'-t I'ull
of L.lir "t Vm ii oii
Tllins h: e oJl " ! -it i r -ralS3'
I4wri V.-j-- !'-
H - l'" r t- ; ti,! 1," r Out
I st'euro.! a s-ph-mli'l liarjrain."
I ovtTlii'ar'l a laly make this re
mark ! a i-oiupanion jut after coin
ing out of one of tlioe extensive
houses that eonduet liarnain coun
ters. Her faee was very earnest and
her eyes sjarklel. hut I eouhl s'e in
the paleness, in the lines upon her
face. that, she hal heen siiiTeriiiLT and
was even then su'Terintr- I under
rtood 4hat sl:e had saved money in
the pun h.ise he hal made, hut I
could see that r-'ie had lost the great
est of all human larjrains LTod
How many women there are today
who are unhappy and sulTcrincr, and
yet who do not fully realize it is so.
They feel weak, wiary and often dis
eonraued. They eare lit tie 'or food
and less for oeivNe. Their -lei'p i
disturneit. their mimis niv not at
rc-t. Tluv are unhapnv. To all
-ueh 1 he f-dh w:
Mrs. M. A. Hrensiiiir. who resit
at No. l:7 V. 127th street. New York,
has passed through a mot wonderful
experience, which s'lould he of inti'r
rst and value to all ladies. She said:
'A few rears aLto I was suddenly
seized with an illness which I could
not account for. Mv hotly was in
constant pain and very sensitive, so
that I could not hear the contact of
any but the lightest Lrarnients. I
can scarcely tell of the njrony that I
sutTeretl durinjr that time. The phy
sicians informed me thai I could not
possildy live, and my friends were
called in to bid me farewell. I was
almost in the embrace of death when
mv husband sent for a remedy of
which he had heard and pavc-me a
small quantity. After taking a sec
ond dose, a xaceful, restful feeling
seemed to steal over me, and for the
first time in several days I slept.
From that time my recovery was as
sured. I prew jrradually better until
my health was fully restored, and I
thank (Jod that my life was spared
through the aprency of Warner's Safe
Cure. It cured me. ami 1 know that
it will cure others."
Testimony that is beyond question
is given by Mrs. ii. F. McMurrav, of
St. Paul's avenue. Staten Islami, X.
Y., who says: "My mother, Mrs. S.
A. Vantlerbilt. and myself owe our
health, and I almost feel our lives, to
Warner's Safe Cure. I speak from a
lon experience. Recently I hail a
most severe attack of influenza, aris
ing from a cold, ami the safe cure
made me feel like a new person.
Other members of our family and ac
quaintances have received equal benj
efit and all highly recommend it."
Mrs. J. F. Heale. residing at No.
3G3 Lexington avenue. New York,
said: "About eight years ago I suf
fered from peritontis and general
kidney tronble. anil in spite of the
attendance of skilled physicians ray
ailments increased, t'pon advice of
some friends I began the use of War
ner's Safe Cure and vras cured en
tirely. I feel as well -today as in my
early girlhood, and it is entirely due
to this grett remedy. Many of my
friends to whom I have recommended
the safe cure have been cured by its
use, and their lives prolonged and
their happidess assured."
Mrs. M. M. Simonon of Buckley,
Mo., says: "My daughter, who was
once the perfection of health anil
happiness, was for years afflicted
with kidney ami liver disease, com
plicated with scrofula, the hip joint
being affected. She became so bail
that the doctors wanted to unjoint
the hip. I would not consent to it
ami began administering a remedy
which I had heard much about, and
I am Lappy to say she is now cured,
well and healthy by the use of Warn
er's Safe Cure."
Reader, the greatest bargain known
to the world is good health. Do you
not wish to secure and retain it?
.lit!;.- sell:-. Ir !IriAk.t Jlis Wrist.
Cli:.-A'..o, Mart-h SJ. J:ike SchnelTer's
matcU witb .-in-s-jn has fallen Ihroub by
reaiti of a serious actiJeat which befell
'the wizaril" early reslerday by which the
loiio of bis right wrist were fractured.
He w ou the icy pavement. His billiard
playing may be ended for life, but the doc
tors hope that the bones will knit properly
iu which case his wrist will ba as supple as
ever. But it will be mouths at best before
be cau hamlie a cue.
''wo fculs vith bat a Cinsl Thought
As ihey ca: t-W.t- by M.-lt . t! cy ricrheJ. "Oh,
my it'.o','' he.ssid ami t un iJIed. ''Dear Luke."
si d flie. a she looV.td, I wiil wed'tbte if t:on
wilt," and he wilted. "Tee boneiimuu passed in
n excess of joy. Fxc ss In eatinjr rich food
brin2 in IsettI jn. :ck headache, ard frcqceut
attacks of dizziness . Dr. Pierce's PUaant Pel
lets will cure all these "J hey are tiny, engar
coated, ur.deay to t allow. No other prepar
at on compares wiih them a a Liver Pill. They
are iiaauiccd, an done is a dose.
It Kaonld t in Every Hccie.
J. 15. Wilson, 371 Clay St., Sharps
burg. Pa., ays lie will not be with
out Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption. Coughs ami Cold -.that
it cured his wife who was threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La liripue." when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no good. Hubert Rarber.of
Cooksport, claims Dr. Kinjr's
New Discovery has done him more
good than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Free trial bottles at Hart'z & Ull-
mover s ilruir stun
b i cents and .
This remedv is becoming so well
known ami so popular as to need no
special mention. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing the same song
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exist anil it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver ami
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum and other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria lrom the system anil prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
money refunded- Trice 5o cts. and
??l.U.)per bottle at Hartz ec Ulle
myer. BITKI.KXS AKXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fovcr sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
tions. and positively cures piles or
no pay required. Ii is guaranteed
to u'ive iicrlect sau s act n n. or niotiev
it -funded. Price cents per box
For .-ale bv Hart z & Ullemever.
A r.fit . ,iV: vr.-.s f . k. -.re rr. tie." f.istorln.
"iVli,. i ,-';, va. CiI:;!. tin? iri i f. .r f.vtorU,
T s:i-!i.ra::w::;ss t!:e e'.:v.i.; t Cv-toria.
Whi-n tlii lia J CTiZ.'ji-n, ihe rravo hini Cictoria.
Children Ory for
Lane's Familv Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Ch'tiC'ren 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
SB. L. I CAE1TEB.
Stricken Down with Heart Disssso.
Zr. 3file Medical Co., Elkhart, InJ.
GESn-rsrw: I feel lt my duty, rs well r.j -
plensure, to publish, unsolicited, to thor.tti! tie
Decent received ir
i from o. Mi
ftrsfcotcs. I was stricken down with ltra-rt
Jsiseaae and Its complications, a rapid pulse varr
injt from 90 to 140 beats per minute, a choiinn
burning sensation La Uie Lud pipe, oppre ;r:i
frion of the heart and below lower rib, pain in t?io
ams. shortness of breath, sleeplessne-'is, woalii.rts
tad ceneral debility. The arteries in lr.y t:v: k
v.oulj tbrfib violently, the throbbing of rity In :
coultl t heard scrots a larpe rooui and v:.':i
ehake my whole body. I was s nervous t.i.'.'. i
couitl not bold ray hand steady. J hare 6. r-i
tintfef the treatment of eminent 7ifrs.-n-i.
and have tahm gallons a f Patent Mctlinu.
tcithaut the lat benefit. A friend
mended your rcnedies. She waa cured L7 1 r.
Mi1"!' lemotlics ILavetaken a , np.r-,
three Kilties f your ew I 1 -f m i
lleurt Cure and two bottles 'w a s u.'
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have na ir.0-0
violent throbbing of the l.eai., 1 H a wcll r.- i s
I sirtoerelv rceomniend everyone with ituffc;
of Henrt 'Dissase to taKe Dr. Miles' itotori
Z4r Hemetliem uml bo cured.
oj-psum City, Kans. L. L. CATivna.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
CR MONEY RETU3N CO.
ask for the GERTS, LUMBARD & CO.,
Chicago-Made Brushes, and insist on get
ting them. See our name on the handk
none other genuine. Our brushes are the
Best Made a"f Best MaterbU
pf any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard &. Co.,
Esi5r'.. f ii5o. CMiCAGO
n piDnrfiAff R VT7T vr. IT e eiei f bot
Is CLSAW. D-e. cot ETA1M. PKi:VVia 6TKICTUI
Mraa OONOF.KHCEA sod Ol.r.T.T ia M u Fuoa 4"
.QI'ICR l. Kl" f .r LKUCOniiHOJAor Tf siiTKS.
aw n 1 er. 3
aT w Ar-1 S"
"DISEASES OF WOKEN AND CHILDREN,"
a took wcrlh dollars, sent sealed fo' 10c
Reader, FniTering from any cpm:lF.i?;t i"cnli?.r to tJc feniri'.o s ... .
worth evcrvthinf; to yoru Letters Vr r..Iv!' o. nrk-,l "Coti-t.hi-.., 7.
eeii by cur physicians only. ZOA-PHOKA CO., If. o. COLVAV. , " V .'r "
ALWAYS IHt CHEAPEST.
S.ive xufiiiey bv bnjiiig yorir Crockery, 'i'aai ;it- -
lf-iy, Tinware. Wcodwaie, and Brnsiits, nt the 0'd
Keli.Th'r' 5 :- 10 Cnnte Store. ' 4
v; ;t in.. :')ei.
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Dili N I ST K ATOM S ITOl ICK.
E:ae of Tctir H Jniia. Info :-. .
T Ik niidcr-'ticti h:ivii -j Tmtt; ;i; i i-t r ; a ;i:i:t -!Tatri.x
'f it i' i-:sU' vt i'titr r l?id, l.vt
of th cnir.'y of IJock Ir.ar.il. ettv of I
noi-, dorv.'i ht-rcby pivts ? i:co thtit pho m :
fciIt ar befnre ihv covii.Ty court of ((tck I-lar-i
rounty, tit thf r flict f f the clerk of Ui court, in
the city ot iVfk Is'sthI, at t:.e M,y rem. ni
the ilrtsi MonJsy in May :,cxt. :it which titr.e
a:l t.rrp having clnln-ri ;ira:.r st ai'l t stato L.ro
iHUilied uii'i n (jnvstt d to atttnc, for the J::rft.'.-e
of having the fame a.Intei.
Ail pctsors intiehed to siid -'ute aro reques
ted to make imnii;diate jaiiHi-t to tiiC univr
.i:iieU. L'aleri thin i.3rd dav of Frbruarv. A. T. l-it.
Mk MINA UuLANi. Admmlft.-iitrir.
A ST Ell 8
STATE OF ILLINOIS
Koch Island County, 1 "
In the e'reuit court. In chancer :
John A. Scuell v. John Srhiick r.tid Henry
Sehark. heirs ef John Sclack. deceased.
Korcciosorc General No. 3 irl.
Notice i hereby tiven that by virtae of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entit'.ed
c-tnse on tnc 10:h diy of rebroarv.A D. 1S93.I shall
on Saturday, the Sth day of April.A.D.lstM, at the
hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon, at the coart
house, in the city of Rock Island, In said county
of Hock Irland. to satisfy said decree, sell at pnh
lic vendue to the hirhest bidder fcr cash that cer
tain parcel of land, pitunti in the countv oi I'oc
Island and state of Illinois, knovtn ml described
as follows, to-wit :
The north nineteen (19) acres of the r.orth"cst
quarter of the no-thwet quarter of secticm eigh
Wen (IS) township sixteen (16) range five j)
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois. thi Fth day of
March. A. D. 1893. HKNRV CI RTIS,
Vaster in Chancery. Reck Island County, 111.
Tbsia! Bkown. Complainant's So icitor.
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
Kock Island Cocntt, C '
In the Circuit Court, in Chf ncery.
May term A. D.. Is93.
Mary Teterson vs Ernest Peterson.
AftMavit of non-residence of Etnest Tetcrson
the above defendant, having bct-n filed in the
clerk's office of the circuit court, notice is fccrebjr
given to the sa'id non-resident defendant that the
complainant filed her bin of complaint in said
court, on the chancery side thereof, on the sev
enteenth day of March. IS:'-'), and that thereupon
a gammons issued oat of said court, wherein said
suit is now pending, returnable on the first Mon
day in the tnotth of May reit. as is by law re
quired. Now. unlo 8 you. the said non resident
aefendant above named, shall personally he and
appear before sa'd circuit court on the first day of
the next terra thereof, to be bo'.den at Kock Isl
and in and for the said cnunty. on the first Mon
day in May next, and plead, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged ami
sta'eanill be taken as con'essed, and a decree
entered agains: yon according to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Ro k Island. Illinois. March IT. 1S93.
Jackson & Dckst. Complainant's Solicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1
Rock Island ConiiT. t
In the county coort of said county to the March
Term, A. D. Is93.
J. K. Johns'on. administrator tothees'ate of
Thomas B. O'l'onnell. deceased, vs William
O Donnell, Patrick O'Donnell. Michael O'Donneil.
Mary Fitzgibbons, James O'Donnell, Manaretb
O'Ponr ell. Mary O'Donne'l Maurice O'Donnell,
Nora O'Donreil. John F O'Donnell, Maggie
o'Honnell. Minnie J. O'Donnell. and Mars Ainm
Aflii.lavit of ron-residence of the sa'd Mary
O'Donnell. John K O'Donnell. Vsvie O'nonncil,
Minnie J. O'Donnell. Nora O'Donni-i', Manrice A.
CPDornel!. J.imes O'DocBcll. P.itricK O'Doiioeli,
and Mary Aines O'Donnell, having been f!id in
the office of the clerk of said county court. otire
is herebv civen to the said Patrick OTonaell.
Mury O'Donnell. Maur ce O'Donnell. John F.
O'Donnell. Mapirie o'D.iuie .11. Minnie J. o Dv
rell. Nora O Connell. Mary Acacs ti'Donnell and
Jiiii O'Donnell heirs of the said Thorna B.
O'Donnell. deceased that ti:o said etnss R.
lohnst.in. administrator of the es'ate of Thoaaas
B. O'Donnel). deceased, fl'ed in the conr.tv
court on the 17th day of March, A. D. HS2. his
petition mamns the said ratnek O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Matirica O'Donnell. John F. O'Uon
nel!. Msl'S; O'Dona 11. Mtnn!e J. O'Donne'l.
Nora O'Donnell. Mary Asrnes 0'Dr.ne l. James
O'Donreil, aud others, defendants PtayiiS 'or an
order dire,, tint; him to sell fortho purpose of pay
ing tte debts of said estate th following described
real etat . to-wit :
The ea t half of tho northwest onarrer and the
east half of the southwest quarter f section
twtntyone (21) township l ineteen (191 north
ra.- ge three (J) can of tbL- fourth (4 priuipal
meridnn. as es abUshed hv the mrvevor ser.nl
of tte l ulled Mates surn:cd in the counties i f
bot k Island and w bitesiiie r. iho li e between
tin tw said countirs having been lecenilv rnu
but su ject to tiie ri ;le of wny of tl,e I'ot Kfoni,
Rock island t St. Louis Railway Co., also the
followius uescribed real er-tate:
A certain tract or t arcel of l ird in the no-th-
wt s tinartr tf the nonhwest ouartcr of sciitm
twentj -eiulM (-io in towi s' ip Lint teen (1'JMicrtli
r:i nsre thr.-e (,i e.it of the fuurth orinciurl me-
di:n a :d des.-r brd a follows to-wii :
Heiriuritur two huutired and tvenivand eicLt
tenth- S-l ) fret catt or the cornerofsec-
tionstwen-y, (20),' wenty-one. c'l), tvtenty-riEiit.
(-S), Lntl l WcLl v-nine l'2'Jl in 1h tnwnsbin af.ire-
sil, il.crice south one luintlrcd and nint ty- eigi t
i.t.ni jet r. tr.encij ematy-Eix anti three-ronrihs
(Hii) cerei-s. ia-t one hundred and tixty-cipht
(lrlsi fett, thence norh twenty niae and ne
fonrili 04) west two hundred and sixteen (:ilf!)
feet to the section line, thence west on section
line fiftv-nine aid or.p-third l.V.i1. 1 fte' to the
p'.ao of bec'nnina sitnated in tho town of Caaoe
Crock co'iiities of Keck lIaud and Whiteside and
state of ITino's.
That a S'limiK ns thereupon ho issued out of said
courtagaiust the above nitneil defendants, rctarn-
auie ou tie erst div of the term of saitl coiintv
court to be held at the court house In siid county
on the first Monday of Apr'l A. D., 1S93. as is by
the law required, which suit Is pending. Now
nnless you appear :n said court, on the first day of
tho Itfay teim thereon to be held at the court
Douse in the citv of Kock Is and. in said coea'y
and state, on the first Monday of May A. D. !SOT.
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
acainst yon, and judgment thereon agaicst you
Dated this IBih day of Mareb, A. D. 1801.
lI.JAl.MAIt KOHLER, Clerk.
UcKs'Rr a s'cEjobt Solicitors.
Secnrr-S to CIRLSaiJ
development anil thus pr-f-weakness.
Sustains Rnd f,t: a f))
Wo mm , r.rh n nsfJi
ana prevents pri.!Kj.ir.i. ' -,-
C'nres Pal tHt(f ;
ness, kitvmk (.r-s-Kj,,, "
prpventinir intsnif - r .-, '
C'hfinye of I.ijf .'
happy old a?:e. " " "
of ;ht ic
cc i. "r
m.t v r :
Xy, at rlct:
the ci:v u: Voiij
the fr-: Iox:.i
time )i j.tTsrT.
tme itre tk ir'.e i r.
jnrpr-.' of '.;:v:r:
or. lii.khitfi to
Ens'.' irnnituirtlc ;
Oaud tn 22 I
Fstatc of Mar Gt-.
The unrter-ljrr.cl h.-.v:rc :
cntrix of she last wli: a-.; , r '
trnbuer, late of tho ci:: -v . f ;
t f Illinois deeeaset!. !: r -will
appear before tr.e C: ::.:
county, at the offlre of . '..
the city of Rock Islari. ..: -r.
the first Vonasy in Y:iv : . j
ail persons havinc claln.s : .
not:fl-d and requested to a-:t r..'.
of having the same a ijc-:, :
debtrd tosnid tst ite are -
mediate payment to the ni. :
Dated th: 2Sth tinv r.f y. r.
f-rr. a :
gALE oe Letters Pates:
By virtue of an order of :t( c--r:rt
county oi rtocti is, ar.n .vtrv.i 11 .t. -f
the estate of Chfrles E l ipcr. .i-c:s
dersitmcd wiil sell at private a. tv
pat nt of the United srati . jei
ceased. Letters ps:erT frr a mj-j
iimi machines. No. SJs.s-;'. .litti Or.
serial No. 130.r9i); a j !e::-r r. ji: u
vanic hn'tery. No. 349,0-0. ,.a, e--'.
serial No. 1.1J3 I w:i: s, .: s ..: .'-:r
to .he highest bidder. Vi..rc-:T
for the same at any titn,- li-forc .;r. :
re-ecsvinc the richt to r je,-- av at.i i'.'
Hock Island, Illinois. Marcfj' '-'.
Administrator dc Ii"!:- ror. cf '.- l
deceased. JOTICE IX Attachmest.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, .
Kock Island Cocntt. i
County court cf Ro.k Ij'.ri c
Term. A. D. Is93.
Montpclier Tile Coxp..ry is. r
attachment. Public notice is hc-rerr -:.vt i f:
Brocson that a writ of atta r:
office of the clerk of the co".i:y cc .-t .';
and county dated t'ae lC.m csy ot r-:r"..
lsH5, at the suit of the said M :.-;: tr:
pany and ai;air.st tia- e:a:e i f -r...- li.
for the earn of two hundred : :ii
lars and nine cents, directed M the
Rock Island connty, vti::cb faii r.:
New, therefore, celt ss y tte
son shall personally be a:..l ;ri:
said eonntr court of Hoci Is -:
first day of the next term tliert
at the court hone in the c-tv i f Kst
said coutty, on the Ttittetn'h ciy '
D. 1S93. give special b:l ar.d ; :i .ii "
plaintiff's action, jidmcn:
apa'nst you, and in favur rf the s:i a
Tile company and so mcch cf the ;r"
tached as may be scfiicicrt t
judgment and costs, will bs s i :
IIJALMAR K' TiLE".
e'lt rk cf the e.t'l
Jackron Jfc Hurst. Fla:r.t:3's a::.t.--Hock
Island Fei. SI. A. :.
LAE0K. TIME. ?i0
tr a ar v
tlse it your o-.:. way.
:t Hi- l'ctt Scap
Washes svervthii g f-
silk hanflkerc'u' t: 3 c",
tent; uiicf cut i-n -
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