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O way--IV-artt e run :fih vetrte ad thirty
EAST. ' jWaST,
7. . i !
Council BlaC A MIOMW (
ul)n Express ..
Kansas Cay iey "t;-"-
OooncOr.lua'e . atmneso- ;
tm Exnrdss '
ii :05 am 4:4 am '
-o:.S7 pro o:2 am
.2 1 ,,ui 4:11 pin
Omaha and Denver Vestl- ( I
bale Express I " m
Kansas Cuy Monte I 4:43 am nijlOpm
Rtuart-Rock Island Kxpresy 5 .40 pm :n)ro
tOoing east. Momg wm.
ary Depot Fire, miu anJ Sixteen'!.
TWAINS. 1 mn, as.i.1
n'Til H x press. . . :40 am :40
eX. '. oo . itiret 7:87 pm 7-i7 pu
t ran, Sx;rc 6:46 pre 7:55 a-i.
stearusto -r, ?suer. 1 !:Mim 10:S5arn
Way FreKh! Houmooit; ..' 8:00aru 1:5t.j
sterling Peasengur 7:55 am 5:40 pr.i
91 Pmel Express 5) am 6:45 pm
Sterling Freight I 11 am 10 :) a-
HICAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
rvenne. S. P. W. Holme, agent.
TRAINS'. Latb. ABBITB,
Mail and Exere- 7:00ati 9:00 an
hi. Pani Express 3:60 pm ll:4San
y t. M Accommodation 7'.4Sfr. S:HriT
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DS
pot First arenas and Twentieth acreet- P.
Pi. Sockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. i Lxav !ab,kiv
Paat Mall Express StOSara 7:05 pra
express 2:90 pm 1 :25 pra
aMo Accommodation 9:10 am! 3:00 pm
" 4:00 pm fi:oS am
BURLlNGToS. I KDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Braily street.Dav
enaort. J-S-Hannytrtn. Oi-p.T'kt A Pass.Aeent.
TRAINS. Leave, j Arrive.
fuwoi'er 4:! pml 10:45 am
Freight S C0 ami 9:45 am
Leave West Davenport.
ttoer Diaaci socra to tub
East. South and Southeast
, Rack Island.
. 8:0o am
8 .90 pm
3 :S7 psa
3 :57 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
a 'IS nn
9 :36 am
tfooninero n, . . .
1 :15 pm;
1 9:50 pm.
I 8:50 pm)
8 :55 pm :
II :0 pml
12-05 i t
'ur.feoni 10:10 am 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock tJKci j 1:95 pm, 7:05 pm
Aecommodauoc inins leave Rork Island at
f :00a. m. and 6. at) p. m; arnvs at Peoria 3:50 p.
as. mad 1 :15 a. ra. Leave Peoiia 8:00 a. m. and
t :I5 p. m; arr.v Rock Inland 4:00 p. m and 1:95
AJ! trains r a ,iil except Sanda.
AU ptsso i'cr triini arrive and depart Cnioc
Fret Can.rci'oa F: Expres between xtock
Irlond and Pe ria, hota direcJocs.
Taraa:i tlckeM co ail point; baaee caecked
Apoar,i to (j-rinatifn.
caai.x branch .
L. !tt:i i-iiaai S.loam 4.00 pm
irr. Ki'j1 d.' ... lO.tfi am 5.US
Jjju j S.U-i am 19.f0 pm
lr KjvuiIi- o 1.45 pm
" Rr i.HTii Mn 3.00 pm
cl Tkt. Ac-t t
n - ienin
4iCCLA7rnDrTHTHE GEOGRAPHY 0FTHIS CSL'NTF.Y V.'.LL ClT.
fCH YM l-HILE IN'0RVTI0l r3M A STUDY OF TH:S KIT CF i
Cfeio, Bock IsIanJ & FaciSc Rj..
h Wrect Route to ad from Chicagti, Joiipt, (:::t
-"eorta. La Salic, Jlollnc, Island, In ILLlJ'f Ji.s
4hct:port, MusratlD", Outlaws, Ckaloafa, I:
Xtidncs, V.'intersct. Audubon, Hor'.an and Ccur.t '
ni-fK in IOWA; Minueapoiis tnd St. Paul, la MIN
t-t-HjIA; Watertown and Sioux Fails, in DAK"' A
uurron, St. Joseph and Kansas Cilv, in M15SO"T;l
OcrrJia. Lincoln, Tairbury and Nelson, in EI3RAK A
Avcliisfm, Leavenworth, Ilortot:, Tojeka, IIutlanT i.
'-Vu:li!!a. Belleville, Abilene, Doilge City, Caldweii. i:
: ANSA.S; KinKflsher. El Eeno ar.d Minco, In IXDI '
'i:r.r:IT0KY: Denver, Colorado Sprlnira and Puo:..
:n V iLOEADO. Traverses new areas of rich far-rl ii,
'. grazing lands, affordin tha best facilities of in'cr
v r.in:umcation to all towns and cities east ar.d w.-c
. :.-.-; and southwest of Chicaga and to X'at.'iiic tt
TZSTZBVLE EXPRESS TlUJms
LAitmg alt competitors In splendor of equ;pm
r-."n CHICAGO and EES MOINES. COUNCI!
ri-CFrs and OMAIIA, and between CHICAGO an,.
I.fi-:VER, COLORAIK) SPP.tNGS and PCEliLO. vi.-.
"ANS.'.S CITY and TOPF.KA and via ST. JOSEI :i
r trrt-dass Say Coaches. FP.EE EECLINING CIIAIii
-CAIIS. and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car tervlte
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Springs v. itl
4Lverj:iiig railway lines, now forming the new ua
7'RA.KS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN FOISTS
fwer .hlch superbly-enuipned trains run Csi;y
rKlKiI'GH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from fjH
4jikeClv. Ogden and San F"nclaco. THE ISOTSi
INLAND is also the Direct ano: Favorite Line lo uim
fe-OTa llanltou. Pike's Peak and all other sanitary ur.il
wsic rcsoruand cities and mlutiigdistricttln Coloradn
DAILY EAST EXPRESS TRAINS
torn St Joseph and Kansas City to and from all lm
mrtiinttcirm.citieeand sections in Southern $.elraska
Ciitaa and the Ind.an Territory. Also via ALr.Liii
JkLA. E.CTE from Kansas City and Cbicago to Water
m, Sioux Falls, SIINNEAP0L13 and ST. rACL
. teaiMctlong ibr all points north and northwest betwetr
be laks and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired Informatics
irply to any Coupon Ticket OtUca in the United Staio
r Canada, or address
E ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN
43r Jaasacar Oenl Tkt. aV Pass abx
It Curei Colda. Cough. Sore Throat, Crone, Influ
enza. Whoopinp Coagh. Bronchi til and Aithma.
A eortain ear for Comumption ia nrat atafa,
and a anre reUef ia advanced taee. Vae atonoa,
Yon will sen the exeellent effect after taking the
first dose. Sold by dealers oTerywhers. Irga
bottles 60 cents and (1.00.
TUE G KR AT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Prnmntlv and np rmi
ncntly cure all forms of
Nervone Weakness, Kmii-
lii-inai Nnprmitnrrho.. I m-
potency and all effects of
abase or excesses; oeen
prescribed over 85 year
in tnonsanas 01 c-w; 11
ha'T rrre. rum. r. Aas xAinna trnnu-n : rmi
drargists for Wood's rii.spHoirsK: if he offers
some wonniess meuiciuu m itc y.
. . . in IfttfT fkm
ni9 ai"nouf"i nrv. "i,urv .1 . .
. J V. mail lVt's nnd TtkiK tifTG
we win nenu juu uj -
$1; six, $5; one will please, six will cure; Pnx-
WOOD CUEMIOAL CO.,
131 Woodward aveuae. Detroit Mien,
TTOKNEV AT LAW Office
in Mitcheil A
Lyiide'r new block.
TTOIiNSTS AT LAW. offlce in Kota
flNi'ioQ'. Bank Bai!lir.g, K.".-.H leii'!.
o. witxrt. o. l. .
LTTORTfSYji AND COU'Si:LL-.T;r- L.s '
lOorc in r.or.ttO!i'ii Monk, Hoes !:) rt. ill
JicEMCt A ScENlKt.
4 TTORSET'i AT .AW Loau aiviuey t.u rfew
4 secarity.makoool'ect niif , iii-f, rrc. Xitib
eUdt Lynde. hatikers. Ofllce in Po-to-.c Work
S. W. 0DELU
TTORNET AT LAW Pormerlv of Port Byron,
a and dnrlntr the past two years with the firm of
irownirte A Eotriken ar M-tline. has now opened
. . n ...... . -1 .1 t . . m.w,n, . At
jq office in toe
C. J. SaBXK. W. EAIU.B.
VTTORXErra,i1 Coaoellor at Ln and So
iidtors In Chancers: oCBce Bciord's block,
J. R. Hollowbosb, M. D. Geo, E, Bart h, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH,
PHY8ICIAN8 AND SURQKONS,
Office 40423rd st. Telephone 10fi5
Kesidence 791 21st st. liSti
orru i -jor-B :
Dr. Barth I Dr. Hollowbnsh
9 to 10 a, m, I 10 to Vi a. m,
1 to 9 and 7 to 8 p. m. j 2 to 5 and 7 to p. m.
BR CHLAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
OfDce McOiilooph Buildu c. 194 W. 3d St.
Honrs: 9 to 11 arc : 1 to 4 tim.
J. F. Mtkrs, M. D. Geo. W. Wbcelbr,;m. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
SPBCl A.LTIE8 :
irirv nt iliKfawn sf omen
ofBcc over Rrel! A Math. Te'ephone 1143.
DR. MTEKS I VH. WHEELER.
0 to 12 a. in I 3 to 10 a m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. m
tes. telephone 1200. Res. teleihone. ll'.K).
R, M. PEARCE.
Room 33 in KitcheU tLraae'tu block
OR. J. E. KAWTKORKE,
Teeth extracted without pt.m by at n-
No 1716 Second avenue, over Krell f Math's.
3RS, BIGXEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchel'. fc Lynde'a Block. Rfv.nis fx x:
Edwiiid L. HiXMiTt. cues II. llurrT.D.
UAMMA.TT A LUFOKD.
AKCHITECrs, Rook Island, 111 O.llce Kwitn
41, .Mitchell otLynde buihiins.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Place and atrperintendence for ail clasp : i
Rjoiui 53 and 55, Kitrbcll Lynde builiUni:
t roadway, Cor.Frin.ee St.. Sew York Cit.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on tbe European pln.
Room rates SI a day and upward .
Keatauraut equal to the beat in the city at mod
fc tree t cur" from all R. R. stations and steam
boat aud ferry landirpii pnss the diior.
11LLDRETH & ALLIiN, P-rp.
lnsn Persont Restore.
MeDUC O FQTriRFff
for- all BRATTC A NFS VI U1SBASES. On'
InpalliblS if Liken a directed.. v filMortrr
fist rfor'x ui. Treatise and Ja trial b'lT 7 .
Fit pitteurs. tlw-T p.ivmff expntv.chames on bowncn
rrircd. Sfnd nam-. P. O. and eprw artrtn-n :
i1ii-ed to DK.KI.lNtL.oii Arrh St..Hh'ld-lphia.Pa.
Justice Lamar, Philips Brooks
and James G. Blaine.
AN APPALLING LIST OF GEEAT PUB
Many of Them Have Pswsetl Away Sud
denly and Without Warning; What Is
Heart Disease or Apoplexy Is it not
Caused by Overwork or Over Indulgence?
The recent sudden deaths of prom
inent men m listers from the grave the
memory of an army of great men who
have died in the harness. Note them
as they slowly tile in review before
Senator Zaeh Chandler was found
dead in his bed at the Grand Paeidc
Secretary Windom died while
speaking at a banquet.
Senator 15eek dropped insensible in
the Potomac depot on the exact s"pot
where President Garfield was shot.
Secretary Folger worked to the
last and died without warning.
Senator Tom Convii expired at a
reception while talking with Salmon
P. Chase, Hon Wade, Senator Schenck
and John Sherman.
The Hon. Hannibal Hamlin died at
the club while chatting with his
Minister Pendleton passed away
while seated in a railrojd train.
Senator l liarles Sumner. JMassa-
chusetCs pride, died suddenly, work
ing faithfully to the hour of his
Senator Simon Cameron feels the
niysteriou eivcpings of paralysis
and falls in the arms of his friends.
Salmon P. Chase passed away
peacefully while seated at his desk
with his pen in his hand.
Vice President Wilson died after
emerging from the senate bathroom.
John Quiiiey Adams dropped in his
chair in the house of representatives.
And so the list might be prolonged.
It would include such brilliant names
as Senator Matt Carpenter, Secretary
of the Treasury Panic Manning, ex
President Arthur, the Hon. Thomas
H. Benton, Senator Perry and others.
These men died suddenly and with
out warning, but a significant fact in
connection with their deaths is that
the cause in each was the same. It
may have been called "heart disease"'
or "apoplexy, out wnatis heart dis
ease or apoplexy? Simply a result,
not a cause. Overwork and overin
dulgence weaken certain great or
gans, rroni the weakness of these or
gans the blood becomes poisoned,
clots the heart and clogs the brain.
Do you ask what these organ are?
The kidneys and liver. None of these
, r t- i m .'1 Tt ' J 1 , 1 , 1 llQVA , 1 , Oil "1 t llfV
did had their kidneys and liver been
in order. Physicians realize this
truth, and the more intelligent men
and women are beginning to find it
out. Not only this, but thev have
found out the wav of preventing this
gradual undermining of the life and
the coming on of sudden death. Head
what thev sav:
Dr. Hoeseh, of Berlin. Germany,
asserts: ! have been the victim of
palpitation of the heart, and upon
taking the least colli the symptons
would become alarming. This has
entirely disappeared under the use
of Warner's Safe Cure, and 1 am per
fectly well and strong-"
Dr. IJ. A. (in mi. dean of the United
States Medical College, New York,
declares: "I am independent enough
and frank enough to commend most
heartily that irrcat remedy, Warner's
The Uev. J. K. Kankin. D. P.. of
Washington. D. C, affirms; "I
know physicians of the highest char
acter and standing who prescribe and
use Warner's Safe Cure for diseases
of the kinneys and urinary organs.
I desire in the interest of humanity
to recommend this medicine.'
Great, men may pass away sudden
ly and leave a warninir to others who
are overworking or overindulging.
The j-lcnder thread of life may be
strained, but it need not be snapped
if care and the right preventive
remedy are used. Modern life has
its strains, but it also has its discov
eries which preserve the health and
lengthen the life. And foremost
among the discoveries fur the benefit
of humanity is the great one of which
these scientific men speak.
Thereby Heucs a Tale.
'And so. from hour to hour, we r pc ar.l rij c.
And then, from hour to hour, we rot and rot.
And thereby haups a tale."
AnJ truly, "is a tale of woe," of oac who hsd
a catarrh in the head for many years, and who
really had bueu "rottinc" front hour to hour, nn
til Dr. Hne! Catarrh Remedy cimt to hi no
tice. He cb ;d it at fitt with slight f l.'ns of re
lief, but he persisted until a permanent cure was
effected, and ih- worl l was again pleas.nt.t to
live in. From hi awfrl Kuffrriug he was tet free
by the x;cnditure of a few dollars in that incom
For all forms of nasal catarrh
where there is dryness of the air
passages with what is commonly
called "stuffing up." especially when
going to bed, Ely's ('ream Balm gives
immediate relief. Its benefit to me
lias been priceless. A. (J. Case. M.
P., Millwood. Kas.
One of my children had a very bad
discharge from her nose. Two phy
sicians prescribed, but without ben
efit. We tried Ely's ('n am Balm,
and. much to our surprise, there was
a marked improvement. We con
tinued using the Balm and in a short
lime the discharge was cured. O.
A. Cary, Corning, N. Y.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr.
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cares. Treaiso'and $2 trial bot
tle free to lit cases. Send to Pr
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia
Pa. For sale by all druggists; call
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- liones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at Hartz & Ullemeyer's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remeily
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aidrng these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, yon
will tind speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters, (me
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, at llartz & Ullemeyer's.
BITKLEN'S ARNICA SALVK.
The best salve 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 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever.
When Baby was Kirk, wc p:r ,-r t astorIa.
When ''.io v xs a CliiliL she t ri,-,I for Cu.'toria.
When she b uax 3Iies, the duns to Castoria.
When she had Children, iue gavethem Ca-storia.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chiicen Cry for
For beauty, for comfort, for im
provement of the complexion, use
only Tozzoni's Powder; there is noth
ing equal to it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
LOUIS D. VANDERVERE,
Oaa of tie best known tasiness men in Chicago,
representative of the greet Bradstrrct Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Dr. JttiUa STe&leal Co., JClhhart, Intt.
Gentlemen : I tote pleasure In inforrnir.cr y. ,t
of the very beneficial results which have follow,:'
the use of Da. Mites- RrsToK'Tive Nrsvitir
in tbe ease of myself and wife. For a ytr I
ubiect to a distressinR p&ln at the base of tue
brain and upper portion of the spinal cord. I
lost flesh and was cu-'y
fTI J fJ C" Pj troubled with Eleepieosticfi.
I m a youp Nervine was hi,iy
recommended to me. My ease had teen so ,l-i i
i;ate that I had no confidence in the ffiiwy ;
any medicine. Vet as a last resort I con.-eimM '
Five it atrial. Much to my Furpnse, I experietict d
marked benefit; my sleeplessness iisapi-.-;! . '.:
my headache w as removed ; my tpiriU aud c ;;-. .-i
GAINED TWINTT POUND. ALL THIS OCCUBtD
trTCK LCARNED NO WILL OW PMYSICI1
kid ratLCD. ! wiiei takiait the fcerviiie
tiie beet of results. Louis i. Vaxkek'-
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
Dr. M i LES PI LLS, 50 Doses 25 Cts.
H U M PH RE YS'
Dr. Humphreys" -perilir are sclent ilicallv and
carefully prp,uvd vtitit-ou-, used fur 3ears lu
private praotu-e and tor ovtr Uilrtv rears ty the
IH'ople with cnrltv suix-f. Every kIiikk, Specitlo
& sjHKrlai curt for tl,- iiiscase xiumtMl.
They cure without t1ruri:l,,r. rurvliiK or nHluofnjr
the'st:un,l are in lat-i and Oitil Uic o'reittn
HeuMiic of tin World.
i.lt.T tr i'Kt;.vlr.l. ,-rrt. i ct.'ru.
1 Fevers, Cocgfstiors, iufiaturoatiocs.. .i.'i
tj V,ortn A.Vrm 1'evt-r. Worm lic
3 TrrlbiiiU'l Colic, Crj-lnj, Wakefulnuaa ..i.'J
-i Diarrhea, "t Chilurrn or Adults .a.J
7 ConsbN, ci-.ls, Lrouchilk. '25
S Neum litis, T'otliacLe. Faceache .'23
Hcstlui-bi's, U'k ilealache, Vertltro..
1 1j ipr pfia. riliocsnciis, CrinrtiTistion.
il Stu-retrod or I'ninfal Periods ..
Whiter, T,kj Iiofu; FerloUs ..i'i
13 Croup, Ivarynirii i. Uoureness .2-5
14 Salt Itbr-liii, 1 r. siln.-. I -ni,Uus. .
l-j-libruaiaiiitnt, i:hi umatic Caljis "i-J
J B Slalaria, Chills. Fever and Anue 'iH
HI t'ntnrrh, Intlueriza, O ld ia the Ilc&d. ."23
5iO Wlioopini C'oacb
27 Kidney lisene '23
Nervous Ilebility J0
30 I'rlncry Wcokumy. VTcttirjr Ikd.. .tij
UniPlUlEVS WITCH IIA.EI OIU,
Tin- Pile Ointment. Trlnl Me. gS IH.
bold bj Dra!,t, or sent a,J on rc-rrt of rrtoa.
Pa. Ui-nrua&YB' 13am al. (14 p-. jiau-ku rut
HrBPHHETS'r CD. ra, 1 1 1 a 1 1 3 WtlUaw Ru. SKWTOBC
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN,"
a 600 i rt dollars, sent tealed for 10c.
Lappy old age. " lX
Reader, snffering from any cumplaint rfuliar to the female so yn.
worth everything to you. Ittrs for advice, marked "ConnlUii" li. n l;i
een bvonr phvstcians only. Z0A-PH0RA CO., II. G.C0LM W Rec v r. t a'm
- t .. 'fiiainai,i. w. ,
Estate of Mai Gstettenbauer. Deceased.
The ncdersig-ned havinu been appointed -xe-cutrix
of the last will and testament of Max Gstet
tenbauer, late of the county of Hock Ii-lmd, ,
f Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha h
will appear be fore the county court of Hock Island
county, at the office of tha clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock inland, at the May term on
the first Monday in May next, at which time
all persons havinc claims against said estate are
notified and req-icated to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. All persons in
debted to said est ite are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersiened.
Dated thi 2Sth day of Kebruarv, A. D 1C3.
ale ok Letters Patent.
By virtue of an order of the enntv court of tbe
county of Eoc k Island Marh II. 1S!C1, made in
the estat of Che rles E l'iper, deceased, the un
dersiimed will sell at private sale rcttain letters
pa tint ol the Cnited States, issued to said de
ceased. Letters patent for a commutator for dv
namn machint s. No. 32S.K"i!. dated l ot. 9U. 1KS.S,
serial No. 1S0,.!,1; a-so letters jiatent for a gal
vanic lia'tery. No. 3i;),S0' ila'e l Sept 1, lss.
serial No. 1'.).123 I wil: sell said letters patent
to ilie Uiphett btdiU r. Win receive sealei uMs
for the seme at at. y lime before April 12. next,
rescivin' the riebt to reject anv at cl ail bi:Is.
Kock Island, HliLci. March -M 1MJ.
Administrator le Loni:- non of (state of said
Estate of Emanurl M Feaster. Deceased.
The nudcrsignea having been appointed admin
istratrix of tiie estate of Emanuel M. Feas
ter, late of th,.- coun'y of Kock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased hereby frtves rotice that she
will appear before the county court of Kock Isl
and county, at the office f the clerk of said
cosrt, in the city of Kock Island, at the June
term, on ths first Monday in June A. D., 193.
next, at which time all perg-ns havinc claims
against said estate are notified and requested to
attend, for the purpose of having the same ad
jneted. All persons indebted to said s'ate are reaues
ted to maae Immediate pajniett to the under
signed Dalcd this S7th day of March A. D. 1PS3.
MINNIE A. FEASTErf, Administratrix.
BMINISTR TOR S NOTICK
Estate of James Cox. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed admin
istrator of the estate of James Or x, late
of the connty of Rock Island, siae of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice tha: le will appear
before the county court of Rock Island coun
ty, at the office of tbe clerk of said court. In
ice city of Kock Island, at the June term, on
the first Monday in June rc', at which
time all persons having claims ap.T t said es
tate are notified and requested to atrenu for tbe
purpose of having the same adjusted. All per
sons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 22nd dav of Mvch. A D. 189-3.
HENKYL WHEELAN, Adm'tiistralor.
STATS OF ILLINOIS,
Kock Island Oocntv. f
In the Circuit Court, in Ch-nct ry .
May t rm A. 1.. 1-93.
Mary Peterson vs Kmett Peterson.
Affidavit of non-reidenee of Etcot Tctersor.
tbe above defendant. 1 avir.c oetn filed in the
clerkV office or the c:rcnit court, notice is hereby
piven to the sa d non-residcrt dtfenilatit that the
comphin&ul filed her bill of complaint in said
cor.ri, on the chancery side thereof, on the sev
enteenth diy of March. lS:t5. and that thereupon
a summons issued out of f-aid court, wherein said
suit is now ptndinrf, retnmab e on the first ion
tiay in the mot th of May rteit, as is by law re
tjuircd. Now, unle s yon, the said non'resiolerjt
defendant above named, stall personally be and
appear before ea'd circuit conrt on the first day of
the next term thtfteof, to be hoMcn at Kock'fs!
and in and lor the said cnunty, s n the first Mon
oav in May neit, and pb ad, answer or demur to
the said complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and thimrs ther-iu charg-edand
sta'edill beiat.cn as confessed, and a decree
entered againsr yon accorcinjj to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Kiv k Island. Illinois. March IT. ISM.
Jackson &. 13 vkst, Cm,p!ainani"e t-olicitor.
STATE OK ILLINOIS. I
Kock, Isi.aki Corsn. f
In the county court of said countv to the March
Terra. A. D. 1-93.
J. R. Johns"on. administrator to the estate of
Thomas 11. O'l onnell. deceased, vs William
O Donnell, Patrick O'Donnell. Michael O'Doncell.
Mary I'ltzpihbons, .larres O'Doncell. Maicareth
teiionrc'J. Mary O'Donnell Maurice O Donnell,
Nora O'Donre.l. John r O'Donnell, Mapiiie
- ironne'l, Minnie J. O'Donnell, atd Mars Atne-'
Affndaiit of ron-reiderice of the Fa'd Mary
O "Donrell. John F O'Oocne!!. Masijie O'Donnell,
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora U'Donriei', Maurice A.
O'Dor r.el'. James O'Donnell. Patrict O'Donnel'.
and Mary Acmes O'Donnell, having been filed in
the office of the cieik of said county court, tioe
s hrreh" civen to the said Patr'ck O' Cnncell.
Mary O'Donnell. Manr ce O'Donnell. John F.
O'DonneM. Maggie o'Ionii 11. Minnie J. o'Don
t ell. Nora O'lionnell, Mary Amies ti'Donnell at.d
Jnies O'Donnell heirs of the said Thomas B.
O Itoz nelL deceased that the said James K.
Johnston, administrator f the es'ate of Thomas
li. ti'Donnell. deceased, l:ed in the countv
court on the 17 h day of March, A. D. I!, hi'
ltition n-.akina the said Patrick O'Donnell. Mary
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell, John F. O'Don
nell, Marrgie o'Donn-H. Minnie J. O'Donnell,
Nora O'Douuell. Mary Agnes 0'D.nne:l. James
O'Donnell, aud others, defendants, prayiutr for an
order dlreetii g him to sell for the purpose of pay
ing ttc debts of said estate the following described
realchtat , to-wit:
Theeait half of the northwest qnartcr and the
east half of the southwest quarter f.f section
twnty one (2!) township tiuete, n !! north
ra, three t.'il eat of the fourth 4) princii al
muridiin, ases abii-hed by tiie snrvevor general
of tte Cnited ttutes aitca'ed in the counties of
Kork Island and Whiteside us the lie tieiween
thtw, tiaid count8 having been recent !v run
bnt subject lo the rlaht of wav of the Kociiford,
Kock siand A St. Louis Railway Co., also the
following described real estate:
A certain tract or parcel of lar.d iu the north
wts! qnarter of the noithwet iuarter of section
twcnt -eiszht in township nineteen (1! nrrt h
reuse tnree a) east of tbe fourth principal me
ri'iiau and dis, r,bi d as follows to wit:
liegii niiic two hundred and tAentv and eicht
tenth (.t8-l ) feet ea-t of the conierof sec
tions .wen'y, ao),'wenty-onr.(KI). twentv ei'ht.
('-"S), i:r.d tweuty-uine (ZV) in the township afore
sM. theiice south one hundred anl nltietv eirht
i h.-! jeer, tuence elghtv-six and t hree-fonnhs
(S"'3!) decrees, ea-t one hmidrfvl ind .iirv-ihf
(ies feet, thence north twenty nine and ne
foi.r:h (2;) wtrt two hundred and sixtwn (ilB)
feet to the section line, thence wet on aeetlon
line fifn-ninc an ore-third , 1ui f. , tiiho
place of bi-gicuins situated in the t.vn of Cnuoe
Crftk conmies of Kock lslau,! and Whiteside an!
tiaie oi inir.o.s.
I i.at a ntiniBjons thereunon beissned nut of said
court against the above named defendant-, return
able ou the first day of the term of said county
court to be he'd at the court bouse In sid coiiEty
ot, the first Monday or April A. D., 1S!1. as i by
the law required, which suit is pendlu". Now
unlets you appear in eaid court, on the first day of
ine a ay term thereon to be he!d at the conrt
bonse in the city of Rock Island, in satd connty
ana state, on thi, firt fci n,io. ,,r i . v a i, tew
and plead, auswer or demur, to a petition there
la filed, the same will be taken as confessed
against you. aud judirmcnt thereon aeaiust vou
iieu ime 18th day of Mvn, A. D. 1893.
IMALMAK KOULEH, Clerk.
McEwtRT . cEmbt KoiicitiTs.
Snstains antl soothes n,..
Women, KrhauMed "2"
and prevents prolaixus. ' lof''mt
Cares ralpitatinn. iu ,
lie, nervous l.rokiIiE Z'Z1
preventing insanit, , VtIu, '"
Change of life. ,i ' 'r .
6TATE OF ILLINOIS i
Rock Island Couktt,' ( M
In the circuit court, in rhar., e- .
John A. Schell vs. Jo'm' -,'h ',
Schatk. heirs of John Sena, k Ve't'. "! H
Notice is hereby Eiven ;ha bv' v
cree of said court entered in '.. ."
canse on tne 10,b day r KeLrca- t'v
on SatnrrlRv th Kth .1-.. . ! :.T
hour of 1 nVWb i .i . .".i?r"-A L' 1-4- ,i4
house. In the citv of l!,v-t i.i.,r,nr.n- 'hf ,
of Kock Island, to sati.fy "1 o -
lie vendue to the highest b:d(itr l,',t . . ni:
ta n parcel of land. . tuat . i r, l v
Island and state or l.l!r.o: L, -Ar J"' '.
as follows, to-wit : r' " '- c-s...
The nonh nineteen l!i)acr. ..f
qnRrter of the nonhwe" qtiar "' r' r:'
ten OS) township six'.Vti ,; .-' it,
west. " .t'
Dated at Kock Islatd, FVi..e. -1 , t
March. A. D. 'llSNRv .Ti.-'l1? '
faster in Cliancerv. lire k I- . k:i
TUOMAS Bf..JN. r,.rr,.'.,- . ' ' ' '"'T !'
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he:its. u.s n cetj other i:i(..;,,f ...
!t,ov-T Kir. Inscrascc Ccrapat-ti, c!"TV
rtojal ItanranceComt ar.v. cf 2. ' T
'A'isches'er Fire Ins. ComVaiv r j v"V"
Kr.Ca'.o German Ins. Co., BaffV-- V T
f.cchcster German Ins. Co.. HiL,'. ,
Ititens Ins. Co of Puts jar.-h. r '
13n Pire.rtfirc. London.
. n:on Ics. "o., of 'aiiforr.:a
Kscnr-tv Irjs. Co.. New U-.v- Cn-r.
ei.wankee Mechanics It.s.Oo',M
snran rirelns. Co.,of Peoria. Ei. ''
Cor. I8ta t., arnl SecocJ itt
"CK ISLAND. Hi
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELA1TD
Re reeentirg over 40 Million IK.tn
of Cat,h ajttls
Fire. Life. Tornadc.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room Cl. Mitche:: x LE le'f ;t v,
nock Island, Ills.
S2e7 Secure our ratts: they w:.; :turc
J. M BUFORD,
General . . .
Tfce old Fire and Time fit d Cnnrir.
Losses Promrtlv Fail
Rates as low as any reliable conpsty r.J izr
Vour Patronage is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS EAM
utGce Corner Ftftecith street and Third At.
Succeeds tfce Mo'-.ne favincs ; irs. d-.'ir. ie::"
5 TerCEM IXTECEST i'AlD ?.' PEMli
Organized under State L-.w?.
Open. from 9 a. m. to S p n.. :md tl'cii'.' -.Ti:
Saturday nights f:t:ru7 :o s; ni
Pflt'TFH !!IV1IRR. . 1 ' -
H. A. AtJsswoRTU, - - Vice-Pri -c
J. F. IIimenwat,
Porter Skinner. W. W. v:t: -.
O. A. Rose, . A. Ait
O. H. Edwards, '.V. U. Auir-
Andrew Frlberg, '. K. II :::
REAL ESTATE LOAN?
made for private parties in t! r
spot of the wcstjby :i.c
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA-
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. . DfcT- !'..-!- '
Mitchell A Lyndc. Bankers. . . ,-t
j. F. Koblasoii, Cashier Rock Ishr-l ,
C. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's Sous. Wholesale Grocer.
7A CI;.! t K .