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THE AJiGUS, THURSDAY", MAY 11, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1614 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
J, Kv. Potter,
Tbbhs Daily Sue per month; eeicly tt.vo
fur annum; in advance (1 .SO .
All communications of a critical or nrt.-an.enia
tiT character, political or relltrioua, must have
real name attached for publication. No eucta
articles will be printed over rlctitioue signature.
Anoymous comn.nnlcations not noticed.
Correspondence solicited frotu every township
i a Bock Island county .
Thursday, May 11, 1893.
A telegram announces that
woman somewhere in England swal
lowed a razor, to tho serious ineon
venienco of her digestion. At first
the act seems one of carelessness.but
in justice to the woman, it must be
said that she hrst closed tne razor.
A London paper devised a guessing
contest that brought $ 120,000 into it
coffers. Before this sum could In?
distributed, the crown, satisfied that
no more notes were coming in, con
fi seated the aggregate. It is
thrifty crown, and can now afford to
get itself regilded.
Accuracy is very desirable, and yet
when a man has committed one of the
rielancholy suicides so frequent lately
the necessity of ascribing despond
ency as the cause dxs not appear.
Even the most careless observer would
know that the act was not intended
as evidence of blithesome light-hcart-
Few improvements in domestic
architecture are more worthy of note
than the growing tendency of the
rich to erect altars by their own fire
sides. Thev are thus enabled to
worship in secluded humility not de
void of style, and yet escape contact
with such worshipers as are merely
pious and devout.
1 he governor of Louisiana is in a
pamfuiiv delicate position, lie is
anxious to go to tho senate and now
has the opportunity to appoint hint
self. The struggle between his sense
of modesty and his conviction that he
is the Ix-st man for the place consti
tutes a spectacle of conflicting emo
tions, rare and thrilling.
Hunting is so good in Colorado
that sportsmen are enjoying it in
defiance of game laws. The peop!
object to having their noblest wild
animals exterminated, and there arc
prospects that some of the hunters
will be hunted before Ionu'. Their
hides when taken will probably ! too
porous to lv of commercial value.
The unexpected Miece-s of tli
faction of the republican party
Uocklorcl connected with the secret
-. 1 . A. order lias led to the organi
zation of an opposing secret order
alo largely composed of republicans
who say they have become mighty
tired of the insolent domination of
the "Apes." who. "while denouncin
.Jesuits themselves adopt Jesuitical
measures," and the determination i
to trv the virtue of "lighting tho
devil with tire.1
Secretary Stone, of the Chicago
board of trade, lias issued his annual
report for the year ending Dec 31,
11(2, a volume of 40:1 pages. Th
figures are, of course, not new now,
but Secretary Stone's grouping of
them is an interesting one. He savs:
The great crops of the country.
comprising wheat, corn. oats, rye
and barley, aggregated in volume
2,N!)7. 747, OHO bushels, valued at $1..
227.yn0.O23, as against 4,ol,3:.'s,000
bushels in 11)1, valued at $ 1,01. 2fr.-
The number of animals on the
farms of the country, including
horses, mules, milch cows, oxen and
other cattle, sheep and hogs, accord
u N I 6gLA bEL
ing to the official estimate, was lf',
'2C.;7'J, valued at $ Ifi 1,1 0.5,07 in
1'J1, showing a decrease in numbers
but an increase in value.
I The total estimated value of farm
animals and of the crops of t lie prin
cipal grains for Hit; last year was
$3, 711, 412,701, against 1. 110.021. 8-j
SmnklnsHt tin- Fair.
The management of the World's
Fair has acted wisely in abrogating
the foolish order against smoking on
the grounds.. That order was a
necessity while the work of construc
tion was in progress the insurance
regulations required it. But now
that Jackson Park has been changed
from a work shop into a pleasure
ground such restrictions on the visi
tors are not only unnecessary but
foolish and annoying. There will
be, and should be, no smoking in
the buiiuings, hut in tfie open air
and eating houses, where it can give
no offense, the weed will be allowed.
This new order . is praiseworthy
because it is in line with the policy
to make the fair most enjoyable for
the greatest number. Most men
smoke and cannot enjoy themselves
for any considerable time without
tobacco. Moralists may lind this
deplorable, but they cannot deny
that it is true. Let us, then, have
the largest liberty consistent with
safety and like enjoyment for others.
The people fair is for the people. . i
For the Construction of Sidewalks in
the City of Itock Island.
Be it ordained by the Cftv Council of the city of
Section 1 . 1 hit there sh til be constructed In
the city of hock Island sidewalks of good pav
ing brio, which sidewalks thall he laid in the
manner, at tbe locations and (-hull be of the width
aa hereinafter speclfled. that is to say:
The said sidewalks shall be constructed in such
manner that the top of the edge thereof which
touches npon the Hue of the hereinafter set out
fronts of the hereinafter described blocks, lots
pts of lots and tracts of land shall be upon the
t utwarj or bulldii g Unas of the streets aad ave
nues npon which they arc to be constructed and
shall incline downward from said outward or
building lines toward the center of the respect be
streets upon which the said sidewalks are to be
constructed at the rate of S iuch Q- foot for tha
entire widih The part of the sireets upon which
Slid sidewalks are to be laid shall oe first brought
to such a grade as will ciuse the top of the side
walks when laid to conform to the foregoing re
quirements. On the bed thns formed there shall
be spread river ssnd to tho depth cf six inches
and upon this bed of sand there shall be laid gocd
paving brick upon the flat suifaoe placing lliam
i lose together. The material and construc
tion of tbe work shall be under the
supervision of and subject to the approval
of the superintendent or mreets. the mayor and
-tieet and alley committee of the city council
of said city.
Said sidewalks shall be built touching npon the
line of the following fronts for tho whole
width or lenKtbsof such fronts of the following
described lots, parts of lots', blocks and tracts of
land, all situated in tne city r Kock Island, in
the county 1 1 Reck island and state of Illinois;
sid several walks shall be on and alorg the fol
lowing streets and avenues aud shall be of the
width as follows, to-wit:
Width of sidewalk on Third aver.ne froa
Twelfth street to Mxteenth street S (eight) feet
VN id h of sidewalks on ronrtn avenue irom
Twelfth street to Sixteenth streets 8 (eight) fact
Width of sidewalks on Sixth avenue between
Twelfth and Sixteenth streets 5 (live) feet wide.
Width of sidewalks on Seventh avenue netweea
Twelfth and Sixteenth streets 5 (Ave) feet wide.
lath of sidewalk on Eighth avenue between
Twelfth and Sixteenth streets 5 (five) feet wide.
width of sidewalks on .Mnth avenue Between
Twelfth and Sixteenth stre.t 5 (fire) teet wide.
Width ef sidewalks on Twelfth etrie: Irom
First w Fourth avehued 6 (six) feet wide; from
Font to to Ninth avenues S feet wide.
Width of sidewalk on 1 hirtecnth street from
f irst to Fourth avenue six fett and from Fourth
to Ninth avenues 5 (five) feet wide.
Width of sidewalk on Fourteenth street rrom
Firs.t to Fourth avensi'S six feet aud from Fourth
t Ninth avenues five feet wide.
Wiilta of liilpvuk on urteenm street irom
f i:st to Fouith avenues six feet and from Fourth
to Mnth avet.ues five feet wide.
Width of sidewalk on Sixteenth street from
First to Fonrh avenues 12 feet wide and from
Fourth to Seventh avenues five feet wide.
Width of sidewalks on Fourteenth anil tine nair
r"et fjon Seventh to Ninth avenues 5 (five) teet
width of sidewalk on Seventeeln street irom
Sixth to Nin h avenues 5 (five) fett wide.
Froptrty list for s dewa'k assessment on Third
art use m Third w ard in city of Hock Island :
NOKTII S11F. oi l) TOWN OK KoCK ISL
1W.I CK 1.
Lot r.. J,.in L Dean NO ft
I ut ti. " " Stift
Lot f, b M'i ft, reserving riu'ht of wav S ft on
west side, fc. 11 liiiyer So (i
nt.ot k 11.
Lot 5. Ann C Hnrrfrll 1". 1 ft
- lib lot 6, Marv Mowtotnery mid Arthur 11 u mill
-lib lot 7, "
21 H ft
sub lot ., Mary Jr ontjromery -' It
Sub lot 4. ' " -l'i ft
si.li li t 3, .'ehn II Hanon 21 1-7 I t
oi kt iiorsK su ai:k soi th siik.
llock Island County, Illinois 520 ft
Mil III SIl'K OI.l) TOWN OF KOCK Il
Lot 4 w 40 ft. John G Schoede and Frederick
-lioede, hi wife 40 ft
e 40 ft, W i limn It Gall 40 ft
slab lot T, Frederick tiriss 10 ft
sub lot ft wH, George F Wagner 20 ft
'-,, ' .1 Hi il A U Dart in ft
Lot S w 2;l fi , Ti ter r nes 49 I t
sut) lot 1, L'nutd rrer-byterian church 50 It
Lot 1 e '4, Frederick Weyerhaaser tnd F C .
liOiikuinnn 10 f t
Lot i rrederirk w everhauser and t C A Denk
m:inn sit ft
Lot "1 Frederick Vt eyerhaussr and t C A Denk
nrnii so ri
l ot 1 w 3(1 ft. Frederick W eyerhnuser and ! C
A Denktnann 30 ft
Pr .petty 1 i t for sidcwalK assessment on Fourth
avenue in Third ward in the City of Kock Island
Ol TH S1IK CHICAGO OK l.OWl; Al
ul.oi k 40.
Lot 4. William A Guthrie SOlt
rot 3, John Koch SO ft
Lot 2, John W KocheSO ft
Lot 1 ' " SO ft
THOMPSON & W ELL'S ADDITION.
Lot 6, Mary Ueiscl 53 ft
Lot 5 w Vt. Karoline Ihnc 2fi.6G ft
Lot 4, K lizabetb, George, Kkward and Peter
Drinkenhnch ll'i ft
Lot 3, Patrick r ee!e 3M it
Loi !. William V Stafford i-V-i ft
Itl. Swedish Evangelical Lutheran chnrrh
53 H ft
Lot 4 It A DonaMeon and George F Uoth 53i ft
lt ft, Margaret 8:anberk D3S' ft
Lot S, w rS'i ft Margaret Maulttrh ft
Lot 5. e 1 it Christ an Kinfcldt J ft
Lot 4, w 35S ft " " f:
Lot 4, 18 ft. David Donaldson (nit on list ) IS t
Lot i. w of w 14, James Thonitima 13. :i3 ft
Lot 3 e H of w iiobert A Trcnaman IS S:t ft
Lot 1. George W Swilcr53'3 ft
NOKTII SIDK OLD TOWN OK
KOCK IS I.
Lot B. George;,J Dempsey Kl ft
Lot 7, e W) ft. Enher Kale GO ft
L'jt S, s 70 It, Wrlliam 11 Jordan.Sfi ft
Lot 7 e l-2,;3 A Marshall 40 ft
Lot7. w SO ft of e 4')f t, Robert C .Benson (for
merly 11 Htter 3d It
Lot 5, 9 40 ft of w 73 ft. Froder;ch Schei ale 73ft
Lot 5 e 7 ft of s 40 rt, l'at.-ic.K Magmre 7 ft
Lot 6. w 20 ft, " 23 ft
Let fi, e 60 ft. Anna Einfeldt 60 ft
Lo' 7. w 1-2, Hell Taxman 40 ft
Lot 7. e 1-2 of s 98 fU Jmes G Blvthe 40ft
Bilewalk assessmeat list. Third ward on Sixth
CHICAGO OK LOWER ADDITION
Lot 2. full execrit north 60 ft in street. Josepha
M:er, on Sn'.li ave aoout m' it
Lot 1, Bridget Burns, about 71 Vi ft.
OUT I.OT3 IS SECTION 35, 18, WEST.
Out lot 5S, w37 ft. Charles Larson, 37 ft
C341-; It. Aucust Rantlt. IMS ft
Out lot 57. do 43 ft
out lot 50. Kllcn Corcoran ion feixtn
avel 4-i ft
CHICAGO. OK .LOWER ADDITION.
Tract in said blo:k beginning 75 ft cast of
Buntram cor iweuth street and Sixth avenue
aui running east on Sixth avenue 75 ft, Ellen
Koche. wite of oohn Koclie. 75 it
Tract betinninir 179 it w of secor lot 14 in block
12, Thompson & Wells' add. tl.ence north 100 ft.
east 116S ft, thence south 10 I ft, thence west to
place of beeinning, Ellen Roche, wife of John
Roche. 116', ft.
THOMPSON WELLS' ADDITION.
Lot 19, Mary. John and Edwarri T Connolly, and
Mary Horn, on Sixth avenue 53S f -
Win-TIB BIOC .
Lot 6, Franz Joeph Strochle. 53.8 ft.
Lot 5, do 53.8 fi.
Lot 4. Hannah BogKcss, 53 8 f t
Lot 3, M.'iry Jane Liiti?, 53. H ft
Lot 2, John Anthony, Jr. 53.8 ft
Lot 1. Jack Anthony, 51.8 ft
THOMPSON WELLS' ADDITION.
Lot 7. Popliia Otto, (not in list) 53? ft
Lot 8. George Gumtow, 53tS It
Lot it. Margaret Ileecber B3M ft
Lot 10, do MS ft
Lot 11, Jacob Anthony, 63H ft
Lot 12. John Anthony, Jr. SjSH ft
Lot 7,s6J ft.George frherer,(on Sixth ave)53S ft.
Lot 8. 'H do 26 ft 8 in
ehf. Ehrhard Fickenscher. 26 ft 8 In
Let, 9, w3)ft, do 80 ft
e33 and 1 11 It, Phillip Pfafl, 23 ft 4 In
Lot 10, w ft and 8-12 do 6 ft and 8 in
eSl and 10 1'2 ft of w38ltf ft. Christian
Limberg, 31 ft and 10 in
Lot 10, e!4 and 10-12 ft. Elizabeth Wiiir, 14 ft
and 10 in
Lot 11, w38'4 fr. Kllxibeth Wirie, 3HS4 ft
el4 aud 10-12 ft, lienry Siemon, 14 ft and
Lot 1. Henry Slemcn, on Sixth ave 53H ft
Lot 1, Mary A Littlg. 58 ft
Lot 2, t Garvin. 53 S ft
Lot 3, Robert G Sou-mers. !3S ft
Lot 7, Christine Dielz, Wi ft
Lot 8. wis ft do 18 ft
e3'.H ft, Mary Mejser, Sr, and John Mey
sjr, Sjs it
Lot 9 Josei-h Bollm .n, W-i ft
Lot 10 w!tr!4 't, Kebecca Bollman, 35V4 ft
e 17 ft Rachel Cordis. 17Ji ft
Lotll.w-i do 26 ft bin
e lif, Thomas Lindsev and John Tindall,
25 ft 8 in
L it 12, Joseph and Mayer Rosenfield, 534 ft
(il VEIi & LEE'S ADDITION.
Lot 3, IsabeUa Johnston. 50 ft
Lot 4. do 50 ft
Lot 5, Sarah Kinney, 50 ft
Assessment list for sidewalks on Seventh ave
nue in Third wiird In t he city of Rock Island :
Gl'YEK LEE'S ADDITION.
Lot 11, heirs of William A Jolinon. (we are in
form, d this lias been sold to Dr. Comegys, but do
net find deed) 50 4 ft
Lot 10, George Siocker, 50 ft
Lot 9, Ilea T Cable. 50 ft
Lot 8, Elleu.C. rcoran, 5i ft
Lot 13. Daniel Corkan. 53. ft
Lot 11. bf, Daniel i orken, 26 ft 10 in
w hf, Peter ScMemiir r, 26 ft 10 in
Lot 10 Peter Schlf turner. 53". ft
Lot ., Henry Went, 53", ft
Lot S. el ft, Eva McKmstry, 12 ft
w41a It, Delilah Wilson. 41i ft
Lot 7, Dauicl Goodman, 5ai ft
Lot:i, Gertrude Sherer, 53 and 8 10 ft
Lot 10, Margaret Pender. 53 ai ds-10 ft
1 ot 9, Richard 1 ender. 5.3 and 8-10 ft
Lot 8. Marv Wilkms, 51 and S-10 ft
Lot 7, do 53 and 8-10 ft
OCT UITJ IN S E T ON 35, IN TOW NSHIP IS, 2 WtST
or rot BTii r. .
Ont lot C2, Kllen Corcoran. 53, ft
Out lot fil. Kiiwunl (iai sor. M'j ft
tut lot 60. Kdwaril Tieme, not Included in list,
but litis uo walk 5' ft
Out lot oil, ji) ft, Nil, c; Croclio'tn, TO ft
v22 ft. Otto Gi tt'ch, ft
CHICAGO OK I.OWKK ADDITION.
Pari of lots 3 ami 4. fronting on Seventh ave.
being s lif of hits 3 and 4. i-xe ( t the sMI If: ff
ss d iet, O.to Gottsch, sT 1-2 ft
i.;.o k 07.
N3.- ft Mock 67. Otto Uoitch, 34 ft
oi T Lots in sei tiov 3, IS, 2 w est
M0 ft out let tw, excej.t 12 ft on east side for
private allev, t t;o Go t c!i. 1"5 t
Nltil ft of'out lot til, W E Young, Ml ft
I'i TTKi; STODDVUD's ADDITION.
I n: 4.Cllistin F Iloige. 66", ft, (Seventh ave.)
Lot 3, s nuin roltliiiaim, Tin it
L t 2. Joh-. W Dressen. .VI ft
lot 1. Frederick II hrh.-oeder, 71 ft (Seventh
(I ve l
W E A T 1 1 E K 11 K A D " S ADDITION.-
l.ot -tot anna S del (Si vi ntli aveltS", ft
Lot Kre.l vv'ey.-rhiiiiser. John I' Weyciham
cr. T J It' b.ns n. Niionit D.ivenjioit and Cath
erine I:ii nori. r:l ft
Lot :;, wtn it, Mmthew !". l.t 'its n, 4 f;
e!3 ft, John Bolnen , 13 fr
Lot "1..U lin F Belirvis, (Seve-.th arc) 53 ft
Property lis-fir spe itl '-enn.nt for soli
walk on e st side of Twelfth slice! in the city cf
Rock Islar.il :
OLD TOWN OK KOCK dl.AM'.
l'.I.O K 5.
I.T,1, Graee l nf :.'. 10 ft
r.: o K M.
Lot 5, John"L Ileal, INlJit
I IIICAGO.OK I.OWV.K ADI-niON.
r-Loi k io.
Lot 2, nl' ejco;.t ti.'Oft in si root, Jo? Mccr
L.t 4. n lif, Josephs Moier, s-; ft
s li .eicii s ." 1-21't. otto t:. tlfch, 3 i.
NS5 ft. Otto Go;;rh. 3i ft
Trt.ci iK't'mn ng 35 ft s of nw Co. c- said block
1.7; thetiOJ e to e line of cut lot 13. section 35. 18.
2w; thence s 10 f ; thence w to e line of Twelfth
street ; thence n a!or bsmI c line to place of be
g oning, tt Gi tscu. 10 ft
Out lot 63. n-ction 35, twp IS, 2, beginincat a
point in the w lino oT out 'ot 61, 80 fi noriherly
Irom the sw corner of said lot. 'he same being
the aw corr.rr of Aaron Anderson" lot; thence
mo lien v along tne w line of smd lot, and the
line or i weirtn street to the sw corner of a tract
ol ground owned Dy otto Gottsch, the same being
al .lit 45 ft s of said Gottsch's nw corner on
Twelfth street; tnei.re easterly to e line of said
ont lot 63; ther.ee s to ne corner of Aaron Ander
son's lot: thenc; w along said Anuersou'r n Pne
to place oi oegmning, iternaru Keileker, 137 ft.
Bcginrisg at a oint 40 ft northerly from a w
c irnt r of said out lot 63: thence e toe line of sail
out lo : thenc n hit I-,! ft: thence w to e line
1 weil'th street S." ft ; tnence southerly to place cf
ueiiiiiiiiu i"' ii, Anii Aimerson, ou 1 1
1 he sui rt or out lot L3 in township 18, 2 west.
Mary A.len, 4H ll
out lot 67 1M utn.ns 35, l l township 18, 2w cf
F'lCftTII P. .
TMs on' lot bus been sub divided into lets
Dill .tie piat n is not neen recorded. Th is suh
div'sion is us.'d on assessor's bo ks and tax rol
lectors" liook. It s shown i n the city maps and
we use ii nere. )
Lot 22 Va v Allen. 471-2 it
Lot 8. Virj.il Wurion, 35 ft
Lot 9 do 25 ft
Lot I'l, do 3 1ft
Lot 11, d. 30 ft
Lot 12, no 3 ft
Lor 13, Pauline K lis. 3 ft
Iot 1 4. Pauline Ko.ls and Charles Ko Is, 31 ft
Lot 15, -'o do 30 ft
Lot 16. ill d 30 ft
Lot 17, do do 23 ft
Property 1 St f.)r special .fscssm.'nt for side-
wa'k in Thirteenth street in city of Kock Island
EAST SIDE OLD TOWN OF KOCK
BLOCK 11 .
Lot 6, s 71 f- of n 76 ft Alice firings 71 ft
s 4 It, An i c Ban ail, 4 ft
Lot 5, si,i ft
bio. k 17.
Lot 4. TK'-m. .Tnlin 1 Krh-k.ift.. a n .1 p..,i...l , u
cv iiovue. ii it
Sull lot 8 I I P! Ti T'.!.-. 9 , .. .
., .linn, i .-...1, 1 iicj I Li L
record does not show name. 40 ft
sun lot si. w 5.1 rt, frank W. Slater, 41 ft
Sub To. 10, " 70 tl
Lot 7, Mary Wilkins. 100 ft
CL'TTElt A STODDARD'S ADDITION.
Lot 4, Christia i F Runge, 61 ft
Lot 5, James Rnnge. 10 ft
Lot 6. John Spe'lmmn, 50 ft
Lot 7, Mrgrrt -pelitnan, 50 ft
Lot 8. n 0 It, Maiy K. Van Arfdel, 40 ft
s 10 ft, ALnie K nney, 10 ft
Lot 9, n 3 f t ' 30 ft
s 2-1 ft. Joha Seitz. 20 ft
Lot 10, n 20 ft, " 20 ft
s SlSf ft, Edward Baoorsfleld and Beorr
riuegel, 8V ft
ttrip about ?4 ft by measurement front
ing on 13tbst, and immediately south of
an 1 adjoining last above tract and fenced
in witu it which parties abova named
w-ao own snnth part of lot 10, also claim
to own l'i1- tt
WEST SIDE OLD TOWN OF KOCK
Lot 1. Marie B Cable, 150 ft
Lot 8, n 89 f Geirge Wood, 80 ft
s 7 ft. William U Jordan, 70 ft
LOTS IN SEC. 35-18-2-W.
Ont lot 50. Eilen Corcaran, 100 ft. this frontage
Continued on Third Page.
IVrien CuiTUlo Itobes Were Clieap.
Up to about 1SG9 tbo Indians an
nually killeJ the buffalo by thou
saiitirf. During many generations
tbey Blaugbterwl them 011I3- for the
meat and skins which they them
Belves could use. Then there came a
time when there was a market for
tho hides and tongues, and countlesa
other thousands were slaughtered for
mi ihujjosu. ivi-j littu its liMi one
could buy a beautiful fur robe over
coat, well made ami lined with flan
nel, at the retail clothing stores in St
Paul for $10. Theixj was a market
too, for the choicer portions of the
flesh, but this only cut a small figure
in the dreadful total, so that finally
tho trade in robes constituted the
only incentive for slaughter. I lam
lin Russell in Harper's.
Kentucky's Cnique I-Zxlilliit.
The proprietors of one of the large
Louisville distilleries have secured the
privilege of erecting within the World's
fair grounds a log cabin "stillhouse,"
after the fashion of those found in Ken
tucky !0 years ago. The "stillhouse"
will lie 40 feet long, 30 feet wide and 40
feet high. A warehouse will also lie
built of logs, and between 1 he two build
ings will be an observation tower. The
stills will be of highly polished brass,
and five barrels a day will be produced.
The distillery will be run on the old
time plan by three graybeards from the
mountains of Virginia. They are bO
years of age. All the metal work will
be of highly polished brass, and the litjuor
will run through glass tubes, so that the
process can be watched from beginning
to end. Work has leen begun already
on the log cabins. It is said that the en
terprise will require an outlay of f 40,000.
1 here is more oatarrli in this sec
tion of the eotintrv than all other
diseases put together, and until lh
last few years was supposed to be in-
enralue. lor a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with 1.
( :il treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a eop.stit ut imial disease, and there
fore rcijuires constitutional treat
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu
factured bv 1-". J. Cheney &Co., Tole
do, Ohio, is the only constitutional
cure on the market. It is taken in
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a
teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and mucous surfaces of the
system. They offer li for any
case it fails to cure. Send for circu
lar and testimonial':. Address
F. J.'CllKNKY - Co.. Toledo. O.
JfVySold bv all lru;rgists. 7"o.
A Recwcry iIih Physicians of
tlis b'coft Meoica! Ir stimte
Feet -Prouil of.
Mr. .). S. MeArthur -av! -T
have been employed by I he Iowa
I'nion' Telephone Co.. and aiu well
known in the city. I have had
Catarrh for 10 years. Mysymptoms
we-o headache, pain across the eyes,
bad cough, stringy mucous in my
throat, and nose tilled up all the
time. Ileafness troubled me. The
past three years I have hadO num
ber of hemorrhages from the lungs,
coughing up large ijuantities of
blood, and had severe pain in my
chest and stomach. I lost llesh and
got verv weak.
Mu. J. S. McAktiici:
Main St.. Pavenport, Li
T am now well
I can hear as well as ever, ami Ijave
no cough, no bleeding at lung, no
pain in chest, and am as tlohy as I
ever was. The physicians at the
Scott Medical Institute cured me.
I cinnot praise them too much."'
The Fee of if. Charged by the Scott
Medical Institute pays for Personal
Treat me n t . Med i ci n es Every thin g
For One Month.
221 Brady street, Davenport, la.
Ovek American Exikess Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, Eve.
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. ni., 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.
Made: Only by
' ' "
JOHN M .
SCHMEIL, P ARID ON & SON,
Painters and Decorators
Kaisomining, Papeu Hanging, Etc ,
419 Seventeenth Street.
A. D. HUESIN6
Hppiei"cnt. moni? other time-tried iia ei
known Fire Insurance Comp&nlcc be followlr.tr r
Koyal Ininrance Company, of Eiiglaril.
Weschecter Fire In. Compuny of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ic. Co., Buffalo, N. Y,
Hochciter German Ins. Co., Kocheeter, !. V
Citiiens Ini. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa.
eun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Int. Co.. New Haven, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanic. Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wit
fJerman Fire Ins. Co.,of Pooria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAND
Heprcsenting over 40 Million Dollfcra
of Cash asset9
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell; Lyndc's block
tock Island, Ills.
'"Secure uor rate; they will intcrett you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time tried Cornpaniei
Losses Promptly Paid.'
Rates as low as any reliable company can' afTon.
xour raironace is solicited.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it yorr own way.
It is the best Soap made
For ashing Machine use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
So!d evervwherc .
Insane Perjont Restore.
y Prat?. 8c Nhrvh Disfasks. Otfrsurt
cure for A'ti 4 'trtvi. I-its. F6lerv. ete.
IVPALLIBLR If taken . direcTl. Xl-ttt after
irst d.iy't use. Treatis ml 5a Trial bottle free to
I it patient, they p.aTirijj extirev,cnaivesonTw-.x wtica
-r- t. S?ml nafrii.. P. O. anil ex:i-es arl.lress af
I - . I t KUNhitt Irh St..l'hllad-lplli.Pa.
. 'i.- -vi!- l-U-mm- a IMITAT1XG FRAUDS,
XKCtTTOR'S NoTK K.
Estate of Jmi.- i v
The underipn-il hii-. i
tor of thv last !l mi 1
Mahoney. late vl ti i
tate ol IU'riois. ii. r (
that he will appi ar i. f
Hock Island county. :t;
aiilcourt. in the 't. '
Jnr.e term, on tin- fr-
at which time a:! i r- ?
aid estate are ini!"i-i': -i:
for the imrposc of hs ? L-pe-sona
indebted to e-t:.; , .
make imniediHte phmiii t
Dated tliU l !!h li i'v ,.f .
WM . K. M.IN i;
Hy virtue of a prri. J i ,
.$, lsned oit of tho i vii .
court of liock NIut.i! r .
and to me dirrrtetl, m (-.. r.
ri.'ike the aniirmt ef :i . i ---,
obtained at'aiiirt .'. ;- -
Kudnlph S hwi e'.e, i,' i
iroods rind chntte's i f t'--- '
ut Si hmiilt. I H.I.M' !ev . :
property, to-wit :
l.ot j one 1 1 1 niiil I '. t .
South Park nM t i ti f. " '
and 1 it four i li i: .1 V .
ion f ut . t t V. n , : :
t:on tlurty-tivi i. : I n
rntlL'P t v." t ' i i . ,f lie f
citv of Hick 1-' ! !.
Is'.-nd mill Mnte of I! il e:
Theref.ire. arcnriiii!- "e- i
pose for a f at j.';i'";c :ru '
and interest i f t':- t.V .
Schtniil'. in nrni t- 'ie rj
n fie l.itli ihiy Vnv. I-1
at the tinrlh . f -. . r- . r
city or Km k !' ii :. in . .
and state of I;;.:m.-. f..r i
paid execution am! f- e ! I .
Dated t Korfc l' -
D. 1-v .1.
SheritT of II " N"
DM IN I ST UA TOR'S t?AI.:-
" ik i;r i i -; v '
By virtue of an or!- r !
r urt, of l!oi k l-i ami . "m . -made
on the j etit ion if t:
f. .lolinsliii. ai!m;iitr::! r
Thomas 1. O Piiniiei!. iler, ,
rt .ll estate of said iler. a-i -i. t
I.,ls'.fl. of said co:irr. t - t.
May, A. D., l-'.i.i
1 shall on the ?d uiv '
between tbe boar-i t Iiio c"'i W
aud r t- Ux-k in the iferni ei. . t
public sale, at the ni-r:l: d r i f
inth-city of l.'ick l-l.ni!.i'.
real estate described a- fo -
That certain lrart or parci . of
the northwest ijuarter r-i '
twenty eirtt r.'). town-!. ;. :
(l'., nrrth r;m;'o three i '. (,i-i
principal nii-rulian deerili
ninf -J-ii.H fi et east of the r,:n
21, i" and in ill-.' town-b
south P.iS feet, tlieife north
Pi- feet, thence north - d. r. i
to the section 1 ne : !hi'inri
lino MO , feet to tho p ;e e i f !u:
itiated in the lov i.-!i;,'
county of Rock l-lan 1. "at. if
following terms, to-u :: i
Dated this 4t!i il.iv of Msv, A.
Adminis'nitor of tne Ep'a"i -r V
silk nandkeict;;-! a c.a
U i IJUl r i (ii i auto - -
No. 17Si TMiK1 .'-V
A. I.I. & L. J. r-IP-KE
T. i... .. ... V., Til
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