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THE AKGUS, SAUBDA. AP11IL 22,1803.
obtishcd Daily and Weekly at 162 Sccon 1
Avenue, Rock Island, III.
J, W. POTTKR,
Tunis Daily 80c per month; Weekly fH.UO
psr annnm; In advance f 1 .50
All communications of a critical or anranientt -:r
character, political or relUrious, must bate
teal name attached for publication. No sack
articles will be printed over fictitious signatures.
Asoymous eommnnicatiotie not noticed.
Correspondenee solicited from every township
i i Rock Island county .
Sati kday, Aimul 22, 1S93.
This year marks an "era ' in the his
tory of the Amoricun navy. A
schooner ran into the-'cruiser Chicago
the other day and, strauro to ay, it
was the schooner that suffered.
If some jjenius would come along
and perfect a device whereby ieo
could ho burned n- fuel and coal used
to keep refrigerators cool, how much
better off the world would be?
The jealousy anion? musicians is
proverbial. For this reason the pub
lic should bo slow to lake sides in the
war upon hand organs. Professional
rivalrv mav be at the bottom of it.
The kaiser of (iermany may well
view with alarm the demonstrated
fact that cholera had as lieve attack
a crank as anybody else. It is mak
ing1 the grand tour of tierman insane
The legal fraternity has a griev
ance. Chili paid ij'T.j.o"!.! in damages
to sailors of the Paltimore. The
grievance lies in the fact that tho
sailors received tho money, the old
usage of accepting only such as law
yers did not care to retain having
been cruelly disregarded.
The wife of a notorious gambler
and leading resident of Chicago has
written a bok characterized by frank
and comprehensive personality. This
fact is named as the reason that
some of Chicago's, best people, now
abroad, are not expected
time to see the world's fair.
A IU'ssiax official, exasperated to
find that his wife had become a nihi
list, killed her with his sword. The
czar dismissed him from the royal
jervice. It was not that he had used
an ungentlemanly degree of violence,
but he slew the woman without first
extracting from her the valuable se
crets she possessed.
Sackcloth and ashes ought to en
lanoo in price in this country. The
London Saturday Iteview is weeping
over us without waiting for an invi
tation, as its custom long has been.
It tells us with sorrow that lynch
law has at last invaded tho New Eng
land states and "America is reverting
to barbarism at this moment."
The Mexican physicians who have
administered cooked spiders to
typhus Vver patients have not fully
established the efficacy of the specific.
Up to date the patients have all
died, and when the debate as to
whether typhus or spiders did it is
concluded, the real merits of the
remedy may be understood.
The romantic history of Edwin
Booth has a scarcely less fascination
Jor the people than the genius of the
actor. If all that has been written
regarding Edwin Booth were pub
lished it would make a library of it
self, and would include a mass of
opinions, some erudite, some shal
low, some sincere and some captious,
but together showing as much vari
ance of opinion as probably any col
lection of printed words in the Eng
lish language: for Edwin Booth was
not alone in the public mind a great
actor; lie was also a singular one in
many respects. Performing always
and without change or novelty the
name old parts, he was not an actor
of the old stage. Without percepti
ble change in his impersonations of
such characters as Iago. Hamlet or
Kichelieti, during a quarter of a cen
tury, hi.- methods seemed to have an
unwithering freshness, perennial and
pleasant, which prevented them from
ever getting old. Thus it is, that
after an actor of strong individuality
like Henry Irving has been seen fre
quently in a character with which the
public grows familiar, his manner
isms and peculiarities become well
known; they grow more manifest
ach year, his ability to divest him
a lf of them seems to grow gradually
less, until finally imitators appear
nd mimics get a fair lield. I$ut it
was not so with Edwin Booth. His
Hamlet remained essentially the
same performance as it was in 186".
though years freighted with eveats,
triumphs and disappointments had
passed over the head of the actor,
and changes which occurred in that
lime of public taste and stage meth
ods and mounting were little short of
revolutionary and kaleidoscopic.
The Chicago Record gives, editor
ially, the following very sensible re
buke to those journals that are find
ing fault with Gov. Altgeld's appoint
ments and his removal of republi
cans to make room for democrats.
1 he Record says:
Fault is found with Got. Altgeld
because he has chosen to exercise his
privilege of turning republicans out
of office and putting democrats in
Now this is just a little bit unrea
sonable. When a party carries a
state by 20,000 majority it is surely
entitled to administer the affairs of
the commonwealth in the manner it
deems most fitting. It cannot pos
sibly do so unless the more import
ant "positdns are tilled by men in
sympathy with its own principles.
Gov. Altgeld is responsible to the
people of the state and to his own
party fir the manner in which all the
public institutions of Illinois are
conducted. Had he been elected as
a citizen a non-partisan it would
have been quite proper for him to
apply the non-partisanship principle
to removals and appointments; but
he was elected as an out and out
democrat. and it is not on'y his right,
but his duty to put democrats into
the more important positions. He
cannot be expected to rely upon re
publicans to carry out his ideas.
Offices are not to be regarded mere
ly as spoils; they arc a part of the
machinery of administration, and
consequently, to carry out the theory
of re-onsilIe government, should be
in the hands of the ruli.ig party. So
far as the minor places are concern
ed, civil service rules should apply,
but the heads of departments and
managers of large instit utions should
be of the same political faitlr. The
most earnest opposition of the spoils
system concede that.
This principle has always been
acted upon by the republicans of Illi
nois and it is only fai r to permit Gov.
Altgeld and his democrat ic colleagues
to adopt the same sule without rais
ing an outcry againse them.
L'eafness Cannot lie Cored
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deaf-ne.-s.
and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
i umbling 'sound or imperfect hear
ing, and when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inllammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever: nine cases, out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for anv case of deafness (can set! by
catarrh) that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co. .Props.. Toledo, O
S-Sold by druggists, 7oc.
The Red Men's Knowledge
of the Laws of Health.
"TnrkUli" and "Kussmn" Hath of Coni
zation Known to te Inclinns. How
They Tin !. A Tess.tn From atur
which the Uisc will need Kickapoo
Indian Sajwa a Granu Kemwljr.
Indians Taking Vapor Batm.
In this war an Indian takes a "Turkish" or a
"Itii.-ilau" la'tli ; They dig a hole in the earth.
In which thev lay stones, and upon which they
br.lM a tire, heating the stones to a red lieat: they
thfn earefiillv remove the coals; rutting a num
ber of sapling they nick one eol In the crrnund,
bend tlu-'m out ami place the other end also In
theirround, these extend oyer the hot atones In
the shape of a half loop. Over these polea or
hoops the Indian ptaee skins of animals or
blanket. If the Kusslan" or vapor Lath Is de
sired, they then throw water opon the hot rocks.
Van irenerattaK steam. Those dcslrlni the vapor
bath crawl underneath. After tho pores of the
skin arc opened and thev profusely perspire they
crawl out and another Indian dashes buckets of
cold water over them, or they plunire into a near
bv stream. They are then rnhlied thoroughly
w'ith Klrkapoo Indian Oil, and are (tlven copious
drafts of Klckapoo Indian Sairwa, after which
tiiey roll up In blankets and have a sound sleep.
Who enn teach the Indians anything
about health? His own physique answers
for his superior knowledge.
His preparations of roots, barks and
herbs, now given to the world tor the first
time In the Klckapoo Indian Uenietlics are
unequalled by any discoveries of the met
ical world ot the whites.
When yon feel twinges of pain In your
Joints, look out, a slight cold might devel
op Khenmatic Fever. If you have pains in
your bnck or sides your liver is congested
or your kidneys are not performing their
work and poison is gathering in your body.
Exposure to cold or contagious diseases
would lc fatal to you.
rimple. blotches, and other humors In
dicate that the poison Is working in your
blood. Tou feel languid, heavy, dull; you
awake in the morning nnrested. Beware I
Drive these symptoms away at once I
Take Klckapoo Indian Sngwa. It will
cleanse your system, heal your diseased
organs, purify and enrich the blood, and
drive every taint of poison from your body.
Then vou will feel strong, bright, a;rl
and active as the Indian does.
Klc kapoo Indian Saewa is composed or
attire's remedies, gathered ami preparea
by nature'H children, who depend not upon
book knowledge for their cures, but upon
the leaves, the flowers, the roots and the
herbs that are placed in the earth by an
all-wise l'rovideuce for the benetitof every
Why, look at the animals!
If your horse lucks hts acenstomeo vigor
you are taught to turn him out to pasture.
You do so. The horse gets well.
Because there arrows In every field the
tender leaves of some medicinal plant
which instinct tells the animals to eat, ami
does for the poor old horse precisely whnt
some other, or perhaps the same plant will
do for a human being. Restores the wasted
energies! Renews the lost strength! Re
vives the drooping spirits.
Klckapoo Indian Sagwa.
Sold bp All Druggists and DeaUrt.
$1.00 per Bottle, 6 Bottle for $5.00.
I had a malignant breaking; out on niy ..
below the knee, and wascured sound and tr;
with two and a half Txmlca of BT';
Other blood medicines had I failed I
to da me any good. VV ill C Beaty.
I was trouble! from childhood with an a
pruvtitedeaso of Tetter, and three foott.ei. i
cureJ mo permnnenuy.
MaauvUlc i- '
;ut hook on Wood and Skin Diseases m ?
re Kwirr Spkciho Co- Atlanta, u
yVrfr - T ' " f T V
A sew and oTrplete Treainunt, coiielio irg tf
Suppositories. Ointment in 'Rp!nlv, al-o in Boi
and I'liis: A Poitive i ure for Kxrerunl. Blm i ot
Bleedirtc ltchinc. Chronic Keci . or llereuitxry
Piles. FfjiaI-e wkaks busks and no n other (Its
eases: it is al avs a irreat t.enefit to the general
bealth. ' he first discovery of n medical cure ren
dering nil otx-rat'on wilh 'he kr.ife unr.ccewary
heresfter Tt In !; n-edv ! as never neon known
to fall. 1 per hox. for Sn ; to'nt bv mail. Why
suffer from this-terri.ille !i ae when a writti-u
eusrnntee if jmstivy t-ivt r. :th K bottles, to re
fund the nv-Tu v if not cured. 11 1 stamp for
fre in-.jV .iimrai.lec b our ul'i-i.;.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like ms'-lc on lUx.- ' tomnch. Liver am' H-w
es; df-peis HysiM-pbia, Bi.lousne.f, I ever. Colds.
Nervous l'isorders,li-c!esi!c!s.l-os of Appetite
restores the con.pU-crion : perfect digestion fol
.ows their use. Positive cure or mck Heapacus
and CotistUa'"- Mna'.l, mild. r.sy to tak.j Large
Vial of M ''i vaeenrs.
UAKTZA ULLMKYKU Sole Airenis Itock ll
'A StitcTi in Time.
Now is ill' time to commence
treating fur the CoM liiat has
trt'iililctl you all winter.
Whv 1 the ih v.-ioians of the Sco't
Meilical inslitute make this state
In rejily we wonltl say. We have
been overrun witli business during
the winter. Nuni!ers of eases for
eonulta' ion wc have advi-ed to wait
for warmer weather bt foie commene
itir treatment. Now is the best time
of the year. We do not say this sim
ply for t he sake of making money
btit because wc can tieat diseases of
the throat, lung and catarrh to bet
ter advantage now than at any other
time of the vear. Our disadvantage
Ins li.-on ue .11,1 not have the facili
ties for treating the great number of
cases thronging our oilice. We have
dozens of patients wuo nave to v mi
until 10 i. m. to receive their treat
ment. To obviate tiiis wo have addi-il
another treating room to our otlice
and secured the assistance of Dr.
..rris HiitYnlo- N. V.. and natictr-ts
will not be required to wait so loiig.
,.- . i.i i ..i.i.
s:iv 1 1 u :n iiiiiiai'a- imv in..,
ii.; ;J tho otil i- urivfitt' oflice in Iowa
where three physicians art; daily em-
liENKV FKEEK, F.LUlilDGE, IOWA.
Mr. Freek has the same old monoto
nous word to use that makcH "Imi
tators' envv. That word is
C-U-K-E-I)'."' He says "I suffered
with catarrh for years until I was
afraid of my lungs becoming afllict
cd as I had "pain through my chest,
hearing noises in my ears, headache,
nose stopped up. Sore throat and
mueuous dropping in my throat. I
never found relief until j commenced
treating at the Scott Medical Insti
tute and I have treated with a num
ber of physicians. Today I am cured
after one'mont lfs treatment and nev
er felt better in my life. 1 have paid
sf".O0 a month for my treatment and
give this statement voluntary.
The Fee of ?5 Charged by the Scott
Medical Institute pays for Personal
Treatment, Medicines Everything
For One Month.
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
OvKit Amf.mcan Extuess Co.
viiV.rTALT!ES: Catarrh. Eve.
vr. Xnsi' Throat. Lunffs. Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Was&ee fjverj tnim from a riii
silk han-lkercbie- to a ircurr
tent; Lace cxir tains a specialty
No. 1724 THIRD V.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone 'o lvi4
A RARE SUBSCRIPTION BOOK
It would be a difficult matter to
produce a better selling
The Lives and Graves
Of Gm Presidents.
Bu the Ilenoirne'l H'ri'r. n. S, U'fncfr. . IK,
a hm of Lookinq Forwitrtl for Young
Men,'1 'Jlctu t of the i ortd,'' etc.
It i- tl.eonlv b-vok over itit!iliel contaititif;
full pa'e ct!:net size cntrritviiiL'S of all the l'rt
ident from Vahint:ioii to l.urrifoi.-, tofrt-lhcr
with !u 1 and accurate
Ilf script l(in- nt tlie l.rav.-'N nucl Ti mli
r Onr m l 1 I'lOiilnit.
Over SfKi.oi 0 bow. aiid 51 1 t-liirl of ihe ter
ritory if f -ill near. A t-tuily of tlin fine por
tTiiitx of our nitioual heroes roriv.ncti' i: that our
pittriotifni if not dead, aid tin; ctory of their
iivff wft'Uis patriotic: Mood evi rywlierc.
11 11.11. A. Immrs N, IK 1) , L. L. D , ay:
I -imnnml it iiicmt earnestly to 1 o.i 111: men uliO
are -o-ning into ri(i:?iip hiul w!io wish to know
something of the irr.-t-.t ti irjg found uiii'Tfrnents
of our eoantnec-' herM".
Hon. Newt-N Pati.han. misi I can ' heart ilv
com in. ml it h cik il ai.d It ii pii-afinc in
tvle. excelk-Lt in n orm toi.o and in stwortuy 11.
Tbia Krcot ftistorli tl vor. cot t i S llieli
limiirri.. Ti-i 1 'etr l'aKriivinc,
:t lMirrtiIiie". U in. - ilii l. ti
llici:mpiiril IIi-lo ni tir Xanonal
Thi" splei d'.il wcrk Is lrmcls nu ly and s ronc'v
lieunil. and is fold t:ly through our nti'tiorized
ni'i'n's hi the follewii eMreiin-ly K' prices:
Old tiotd cloth, Marhle E.!l-c ?;! fO
t),d t;old Cloth, ciill KcIl'.-.. a f0
I.i-rary bindii tr. rulhccp 4 wi
Turkey Morcce., iil t Erre 5 T
Alliirutor, Gilt Edire, I'uii.ied Mile, very tine fi 01
"I'll l.iv ta .i4 f.rav.N .it tho
retdeiit. jtuhlislud in scparule volnmei,
a' pome putiiishers-do. nt . i:!y $1 5 per volume,
would coet .' tur book would tnuke 2:i laree
I'imn volnmea cf over -'HO patreK each Therefore
anv one who complains of the pric of thin frreat
wcirk, simjily makes a public exhibition of his ig
norace. be ires of as rit ire tukir.e from fvc to
twenty orders' per day for this popular work, and
thereby making from f'i tot-It) I -r day.
We are the 8'ie manufacturers of t"ie work
and al.Holinely cuaraairr txrlnnive
roiitrnl f tiTr.101 y.
An outur for tskins orcier?. consisting cf irop
pectus hoo, and full rr.d 1 cenrate InrtriK I'ons
or Kucceosful work will be c 1 1 prct aid as fol
Round In f lc th (san e fls complete work).. ..SJ 00
Hound iu Full '1 urkey Morocco isiinc as com-
j ete mi kl 3.00
A complete copy if the hook will be snit with
or without a cmvissinir outnt, nil onarcs pre
paid, in atiy of abjve style or bindit.ir upon re
cti, it of ttie price.
Thk National Hook Coxckkx,
Chicago. 111.. IT. S. A.
j.-.;!;A!iiTrOVITKT ct2"i..r;.rcf T-;:c COUNTRY V.!L'.
I So W I3U II.F3RHHTI0N THOU TlvY CF THIS MAP
Cliicajo, Roci IU & Pacific Ej.,
iJirect Route to Kd from Chlceiro, Jollet, Otrav
iria. La Salic-, Moline, Koclt Island, in ILLINOIS.
'avenport, Muscatine, Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, IX
M.tines, V.'interset, Audubon, Ilarlan and Council
niufTi. In IOWA: Minneapolis and St. Paul. In MIN
NESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA
Vimrroo, St. Joseph and Kanms City, in MlSSOVItl
Ji'irha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, in "EBP 4?KA
Mcblson, Leavenworth, nortou, Topcka, Uutchin'in
'Vi-Jata, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City, Caldwell, li
KANSAS; Kingfisher. Kl Reno an.d Minco, in INDIAN
; I'.I'.r.ITOr.Y: Denver, Colorado Sprints and Pucbi.
1 COLORADO. Tverses new areas of rich farmlnf
K.-.i7.!n(r lands, affording the best facilities of inter
' i aiunlcatior to all towns and cities eapt and west
---tlrxr.st and southwest of Chicago and to .t'aciftc atc
WSTIB UZ.E EXrRESS TliAZXi
-.:iiin5 all competitors In splendor of raulpmen
'iitffn CHICAOO and rE9 MOINKS. COCNt'il
" '"FF? and OMATTA, and between CHICAGO at.o
I.."VF.R, COLORADO STRINGS and ITF-PLO. vir
: A NSAS CITY and TOI'EKA and via ST. JOSEPH
iiit-Ciass Pay Coaches, FREE I'.ECLINIXG CTIAIT
Alts, and Talnce Sleepers, with Dining Cnr S?r-1"
'i- c conncM-tlons at Denver and Colorado Springs wiC
.verging railway lines, cow formiuc the new en.:
T SANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN POUTS
ver aich mperbly-ecpiipped trains ron datij
:.TRorGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Sail
.r.kt Ciy, Opdea and San F'wncisco. TIIE RO-K
.AjtI- Is also the Direct ann Favorite Line to cm
' ".auitou. Tike's Teak and all other sanitary anc
i-i.ic r'-aorta and cities and miuiug district in Colorado
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
r v Si. Joseph and Knnsa City to and frcm all lru
1 n tcwns.c'tier and sections in Southern Nebraska
and the In-Lan Territory. Also via Al-BEBj
.V ZC.CZ V from Kanas City and Chicago to "Water
,n Sioux Falls, MINNEAPOLIS and ST. JrACX
i.--.jiir rur all points north and northwest betweer
.'ake and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets. Maps, Folders, or desired lnformatic
.pply to any Coupon Ticket Ofioa to th United Stat
t Canada, or address
. ST. JOHN.
Geol Tat. Pa Act
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SCHMEIL, PARIDON & SON,
Painters and Decorators
KAtSOMINIXO, PaPEU IlANOIN(i, Vtc .
419 Sve itij v: i -
k, 0 HUESINc-.,
fef.reei4le. among otber r.me-tned aco wr.
kcowti Fircltieurai.ee Companies be foliowlnir
Royal Insurance Company, of Bnc land.
Weechecter Fire Ics. Company cf N. Y.
Bo3alo German Ice. Co., Buffalo, N. V.
Sochcater German Ins. Co., Hocheeter. N. "
1tiien In?. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
(San Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Socnrttv Ins. Co.. Jiew Haven, CcT.n.
Kliwaukee Mechanics Ir.a, Oo., Milwaukee. W!f
Serman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria. Ill,
Office Cor. 18th St., and 8econd Ave
ROCS ISLAND. ILL
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
cf Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado-l
Bonds of Suretyship
"OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell. Lynde's block
Hock Irland, Ills.
Secnre our rates: they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate as low as any reliable company can afforC.
Your Patronage is solicited.
LABOR. TIME, M0NE7
Use it your own way. "
It it the bett Soap made
For W a?hing Machine use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
235 Wis. Street
llnvjr li-oubki, etc. t iot r-t tul
lyrngm. K0C.O.D. Oreulur' " ' U 01
v?nteaabove for rytupv.4i. : r-
fflAtU tusrnv bn.i1.:'."ini''-'"
rnpclli ' themoBtOfcluuiiful and clural.! ,
LKai&i fall oiors fc-r the hunilaerenrot.
t,Th PERO DtUC CO.. Milwaukee W1t.
irh'NHV v. ,-.
: " . : 1 . 1
Etate cf Jam' - Cox.
The und!iffred b.iv.i:
itrtor :f i'::-' c-i.i-i-of
ll:c county J Ki k
ce&red, ht-re'-.y i:iv'! iii- :
before Tlie e.v:i.ty c.'ir
ty, at tl.e office .if the .
Ihec.tv of Km k
ttie crsT Mor,.uiy i.i .'
time a:; iier-i.s '.;.,i..-
tate arc m.: i;..'l it 4 re ",
parpoe of haviri: tlie
aov.B ir.'U !-.:cii to s-rti.i
mftKe iiriiec vite ;Hvr:cM
Date d :tii- e-Ji.-l ciaro'
llENKV 1. iiKr.
Estate of .lame" . V;
The cnclersiirr.eci l.av-.n?
tor of the i.it w-.'.i m c.
Mahorf- jr. laic ef the lm .;
tale 01 n!;noi. tic ci :i- i, sir,
that he will appear l.-f rt- t'ri
Rock Island county. ::t t::c
Hidcourt, in the c:tv or ;-i-. u
Jure term, cn the t'rM c;,,, ,
t which lime '.! ". rs-i r.
aid estate are not 'fie 1 ar.-t rc-..
for the jmiToFc cf :.av:.t she
per-ons inde'oteU to ai .
caake irr.reeilisTe phvit. r ;:.
l'ated thi- 13:h dav of At--:'.
WM. E. KLlNEr Ki.
ale of City Hkopki.ti
Clora's offee. Keck "s at i. I '
itm, at 5 p. n . f - 1 , f
proper y owned ly t!ie 1 1 y . f I; . r.
1 b.-ve certain p-ieic-: or ; -:r -t ' f
and Ues'sta'.ed a l-ts ir..m! r--. r
in Pan! V. GaHnp'. a'':i -pi it f '
fiiur(i!lof 'In Lt'wc 1 - 1 : .
lie cfc Island as by rt-fcreticv- -..-t: ;
Lower ad, i foil o' Th--civ i-l I.i
the map or plat of saM su: i r
he thee for the r i o ! r..-i f i - :
Island Cuuniy w-.U ni re la":
in the City ,.f Koc k Nl:n 11. li" 1 -Iflatil
aiil ? t.itp of 1 !:: ci:s !.: i' !
naled thrrtou, known a
House'1 and tu-rc tt f.-r- .
city as and for a hose hoi:. .
1 he premise dt-cri-ic-ii .-i- f .Ya'-x-lic
irii.uin at a o:nt on ;h-c
street w hich is twenty-five fee-1- -loir.t
of its ir.tor? c ct ion w irh ;
avenne; t encu oat pur.H c 1 w:::.
c f ixth avenue one i.tini'rcl a:.,: '1
thence north fa-aliel wi'.'i a
Kimball street tinny :!, f,-, : i:..
lei wilh f aid nor' h line i f
said east line of Kiml:il'i stri c ;
cnsa ii east line to lie place 1 f -" i::i
in the city of Kock Hiand. in ti.- c u:
Island and state of II!. noi-. i !i i ::.c '
aten thoreon known as " he ci ; ': i
and heretofore used by said c.:v s a- i
And that fad prcmie" t e - :
and bert bidder therefor.
t he city of hnrk lsjm! r.n,.- :
reject anv and all bids.
Pated Rock Island. 111., this ::!.
FOK THK SAI.K t F t KANK '.IN
hosk norsK and lot a.v:
GILPIN IIOSK IIOTSK AM' I."
TIIK CITY VV IlvCK INLAND.
heca, it is no lorc'r iuo -.iry r r
for the use cf ihe city of ken i 1-ii n :
the premises he rcinaf er dt si rihi
bv the sh1 citv of lioct Islat d, 1 ! ''
'Be it ordaiot-d by the city cc u:. '
um K l-ianu:
fr'ection 1 That tail' be
Heck Island of the folk -wit s ''
a. Those certain jicccsoi ;
known and iln i-!iate'l a
(T and len(!0i i:i i'ul W. ;-ii u;
nl Kin. k twentv-fonr 1-4 cf i f i:-
tion of the citv of Hock I:an 1
the plat f sail Lowe r ai!'ii: 11 ' "'
Kri k Is'ai cl. and the mi or p. a, of -
vis'on recorccd iu Ihe ofil e for ti c f
deeds iu said Kcx-i Island cc.iiMy . :
tpptar. s'toateil in the citv of Kok I- :
county cf Keek Island unl stati 1 I I
thebuiidinp sitna'nl ihereonkiown a
hose house"" ard hereiifore ucd hy
and for a note house
b. The prm'-es described a f
Besrimiiiie at a point on the at - nee'
street which is twentj fie -' f e: 1:
the point of its iut r-ex tic 11 with the i.i-r
biitntfi) avenue: tl em ciart pvita le. v
north line of fix:h aeune one ,b""' r;,'
(1101 feet: the' ce north paralle l w;:.i
line of Kimball street th'.rty (.ri) fei .
west parallel with said north one or x
to said east line of Kimba 1 street at.
south on said east line to the piece u! r
; ...to ,.f bo-V ishind. IU T.
of Kock If land and state of IiliroK ai
inj situated thereon known as 1 oe
House" and heretofore used by said c J
for a hose house: ,,
And that said 1 remises be sold to
and best bolder therefor.
Sec.S That the city clerk is l erei.y
to advertise in the daily or weesly r ';'1
lished in the city of Hock Island for at
6ili diivs for proposals for the 1'ureli'
premises, which prc.o:als sbali be cp-y
regular mtc-tii l' of said city coot c.i J"
ihe fifteenth (l.M day of Vny, A !
Passed March tt'.h, lc'..
Attest: ' '" TtK.':
I ...... e. ruirjGO-
Cor. MIchig Ave.ano -...o.-s.
Et.gsnt fireproof DJ"dirg fW-.-'FRS. r,a