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THE AllU US, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1893.
Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
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117" I? Vm A Vmr HTyTHnS i 11 wa!j tmg cauw. Moderator Craig
V Hi AT Ai 1 1" JLlilljljE. 1 yel the chair to ex-Moclcrator William
I C. Kolierts, I). D.,'and himself voted "aye."
lien the clerk, bad finished the call of the
The First Vote in the Presby
Fynod of New York Professor Brings
teemed relieved, and rose from his lialf
leuninK position ever Professor Drown to
j the upright pose he . lmd maintained
ENEMIES OP THE PROFISSOE WIN. throughout the trying ordeal. The result
j .i i c uiuLiuu ctiici iiu K.LIV iip'reiu nns
announced by Dr. Crai as follows leas,
t.V; nays, 145.
Illinois voted 19 ayes and 15 nays; Indi
ana, 11 ayes and C nays; Iowa, 'Si ayes and
1 Pay; Michigan, 11 ayes and 0 nays; Wis
cousin, j ayes and 3 nays. New York
(Presbytery of N'ew Yerk not voting) voted
SI ;tjfs and M nays.
motion of Dr. Young the judicial
i-om i in ute instructed o prepare n
programme for procedure in the trial of
the appeal and the assembly decided to
pf.x-ecd with the trial this morning. A
re lution was adopted thanking the ad
ministration for prompt measures adopted
to c lose the World's fair on Sunday. At
night the assembly considered reports.
More Thjin t Two-T!iiriU Tore in ravor of
the Aneml!- Settl.ntr the HUpute The
Irofe-or Appertln to fli House anil
Ii--:piTe. itit- M.t l'xcitinjy Incident
filif lje!ii:i5 ;ofr..r' of Other He
Washington. May CT. The four hours
dlscu .ion of the question. '"Sh tl! the as
scmlly entertain t lie appeal ?" in fie
cae i.:s been beld, and the ve:iict i-i "ye-
by a lare m;ij irity. SjK-e'.ie were m ie
in favor of sustaining the apnea' ' v llev.
J. W. Bain, of Ait-on.-i, li ; KM. r M -Drmg-ill.
of Cincinnati: llev. Dr. I u nifl.
of Princeton; .7uige Wei's, of Uet y-Surtr:
Stated c:-rk Dr. K. I j ts; Kev. Wiliiat.i .
iotin-, of Daiville, Ky.. ami otheis. J . i
tile p;K'!iee strong ililre-.-es v.ireii-1 -v
trfl by Ir K. I. 1;: iimnn, ot l'ii-n. X.
Y.; l.'ev. Thomas.C. H.ilNi-id Kev. Ilnr:-!;
Johnson, of Cldcuo; IV. Fulton, ot p.iii
Rilel.;,i. ; F.ev. J. V. MiC.iw, of ToIm'. i.
and ot : cis.
''-itiil of tli- Oolilrliiliot; Parlies.
The 'r mis of th- ;ippe!lee, those 1; op
posnltiie ass mbly t.iking tip t!iee.i-e,
held that t':e trial of the c;se by tin- usm-::i
bly w.is a denial to Dr. Urigtis of his con
st it tit iorvi I tights; thatti.e case should first
le trii-i by tiie synod of Xew York; that a
hasty ilcctsinn which they held wouhl 1
the cn-e in t he s-mMy now would ni--.-thespiiitcf
rebellion in the cl.urcli. The
mi ll who wanted tlieca-e to go on. ureii
that if the c.vse were I'e'aycd the church
would hi aggrieved, and that it Wiiilil be
for ti e be-1 interests of every liotly that the
cauVh. u'.d be sit tied w here it would in
any event h.r.ve to be finally settled.
Ir. ltitt- IVrl:ti:u h llemnrk.
Fldei- Cittiheon, of Detroit, is one of Dr.
I'.ri.-g- w;!r;:i sr.piv iters. Ki insisted that
the case shoiil.i lie ci'ii-iderfl on the -ing'e
que-ti.ai i.f the appeal. Much had la-en
said that had no bearing on the case. Mneb
of the matter brought tor .car 1 could not
be eoi:-:dred by the cour:. So::;e one had
said th: r the c.ise went back to the New
York syrod he would Sin ve tint Dr.
I'ngLrs le -:i-.e:-.'ii-ii from thp ministry
pending :i settleT'ier.t of the matter.
"What." rr-ed FMer Cutcheon. -eomlenm
n man before 1- i- convir-t-d?'
"No. sit; III:, not -ay that." cnl'ed r::t
Dt. Il iye-i. of Ker.tui-i.-y. "What I did say
was that I'r. 2iggs s!ui::i-l net l prmut
teil t e.xe :-;' the f .-!.-: io'.t- of his minis
try during trial."
IMlfilrld Anj?rs I lie Hefeml Jinf.
The vi ner-ib!-- IV. Dnfi-d I. of Princeton
college, sa; 1 lif hail i;re .t p r-onal appri -ciation
of th .'cbolar-aip ainl Christian
chara -ter ot Dr. Dri jg-. "If his loi-ici!
faculties were equal t- hi- scholarship I
dotiot l;iiow his.q.ial in t he intellectual
world of America, at b-.-is." As soon as
the gavel fell i n Dr. Duliield the most sen
sational scene of the dxr and the assembly
so far ensued. In I he course of the venera
ble doctor's remarks his statement of Pro
fessor I'riggs' teaching" we.e questioned
1-y several commis-ioners. anil the profes
sor him-elf gave utter ance to an expres
sion w hich could not be understood by the
reporters. Hut as Dr. Duflicld stepped
down he came almost into direct contact
with Professor liriggs. who with flashing
eyes had sprung to his feet, demanding to
CAUSED A VERY LIVELY SCENE.
The I'nited I'rchyterianA
Monmouth, Ills., May 27. The United
Presbyterian assembly decided the case
c f the appeal of the Jamestown congrega
tions against the reinstatement by the
presbytery of the session which had been
removed by the synod in the interests of
peace. The assembly decided that the ses
sion had been wrongfully removed in the
first place, and that the reinstatement was
right. The pastor of the congregation was
also removed in the interests of peace, and
the synod restored him, and this brings on
another appeal, which has not yet been
Intherans at Cannon.
Canton, (., May 2?.--The first thing
done by the Lutheran synod was the adop
tion of anti-I-unday-World 's-fair-opening
resolutions. The committee on supplies
reported Tti charges vacant, 143 churches
and average salary paid by vacant charges,
f.kl.S. The business c f the day was con
sideration of home missions, which was
fully discussed and the report thereon
adopted. The anniversary of the home
mis-ion board was held at night.
i; Want to Appeal to the House, lnt
is letiiel the lt ivilege.
A storm of'dissen tand cries of order im
mediately broke ovc r the assembly. The
moderator Prof. Krigt-S, you can not be
Prof. Urigns I have sr me rights here,
and I demand my right to correct n mis
statement find misinterpretation of my
Moderator Craig You ere not a mem
ber of this house.
Prof. Uriggs Then I appeal to the house.
Cries of "order." "Yju have no right
'I appeal to the huose if I Yiave not the
right to make the explanation."
The moderator again informed the pro
fessor that be had no right to make the ap
"Then I appeal for bim, said Dr. Duf-
fleld. "I would not that any injustice be
done a. man, and to Prof, linggs in par
ticular. I plead a bearing for him."
The Moderator Professor Briggs can
not make any statement to the bouse at
this time. Any friend of yours may chal
lenge and correct any statement to which
you take exceptions.
Professor Briggs No friend can do that
The Moderator Yes, he can. And I en
deavored to have one of them do ho and
thus avoid this scene, but be declined to
Irofessor Bricg9 folding his arms and
mounting tbe platform facing the audi
ence I must appeal to tbe bouse.
At which there was renewed disorder by
those opposed to Professor Briggs. Spec
tators in the gallery bad risen to tbeir feet
and leaned over tbe railing anxious to hear
every word of the unseemly outbreak.
The moderator appealed to Professor
Briggs to take bis seat saying: "Professor
Briggs, you bave been so kind to me all
along I hope you will yield. I will protect
you in this matter throughout."
"Have I no right to appeal to tbe house? "
asked Professor Briggs.
"Not now," responded the moderator.
Thereu pon the professor took bis seat and
tbe storm subsiding, the debate proceeded.
Tbe discussion continued all tbe afternoon
and finally was closed by Rev. Dr. Baker
in favor of sustaining the appeal. The mo
tion to remand tbe case to tbe synod was
defeated by viva voce vote, and the ayes
and nayes were demanded on tbe resolu
tion to entertain the appeal.
The roll call was taken amidst
an almost painful silence, and while j
llaptint 3Iislonarv Societies.
Dknvki:, May CT. The seventh-ninth
anniversary of the American Baptist Mis
sionary Union met in the First Baptist
church with the Kev. Augustus Strong, D.
1)., LliD., in the chair. The reports
showed the union to lie in first-class finan
cial condition, the treasurer having re
reived during the year (; 751. !T, the ex
penditures being t'.T4,'.10."J7. The work
had prospered everywhere.
PASSED TH TRUANCY E1LL.
.fast ICx.iotly i:nntili Vote to Get Through
Spr.iNGFlKLi, May 27. The compulsory
school bill which is to take the place of the
I'd wards law has been passed by the house,
receiving just 77 votes a majority of the
members. It provides that all children be
tween the ages of 7 and It must be sent to
school by those having their control at
least sixteen weeks twelve weeks consecu
tively during each year, the school to be
whatever the parent or guardian choose,
but children who art otherwise instructed
for a like period of time in the elementary
branches, and those physically or mentally
incapacitated, or wbo are excused by any
competent court, are exempted from tlnj
Those having charge of educational mat
ters in the state are to appoint persons to
report violations of the law and to notify
parents or guardians of complaints, and
one of the board of education, or one of the
directors.in town or district, shall hear ex
cuses of parents, etc.j for non-attendance
of children at school and report in writing
to the full board. The law provides pen
alties for its violation. The truant officer
is given discretion to report truauts or not
ns his judgment dictates, and the parents
or guardians have five days to answer.
The house wrangled for a long time over
tne congressional reapportionment, one
Democrat Carson refusing to vote on the
measure and thereby throwing things out
of whack, for without him the Democrats
could not raise a quorum and Crafts is no
"czar" and will not count one, althougli
there was one present all the time.
The senate ordered to third reading the
bills conferring police power on the Chi
cago sanitary commission, appropriating
9,000 for a statue to General Shields, mak
ing it a misdemeanor to interfere with a
man's right to belong to a labor organiza
tion. Both houses bave adjourned to next week.
MICHIGAN WOMEN TO VOTE.
They May taut llieir ballots at School
nnd Municipal Klcrtious.
LANSlNti, May 27. The women of Michi
gan won a great victory when the senate
passed the house bill granting suffrage at
all school and municipal elections by a
vote of IS to 11. The sole qualification is
an ability to read the Kngiish language.
The barber Sunday closing bill and the bill
reorganizing the state militia also passed.
All have previously passed the bouse. The
senate passed the bill appropriating
fiO,K0 for the establishment of a home for
feeble minded children, and also bills ap
propriating $15, "00 for the Upper Peninsu
la prison at Marquette, and appropriating
$34,000 for the Agricultural college. The
bouse passed the senate labor bills provid
ing for a state factory inspector, making
ten hours in any twelve h legal day's work
for railroad brakemen, and protecting em
ployes from unjust exactions of employers.
Tho Doran inheritance tax bill was also
Married to a FuII-Iilooded Sioux.
Sisseto! Agency, S. D., May 27. Miss
Cynthia D. Rockwell, of Washington, D.
C, a beautiful and cultivated teacher at
this agency, has followed the example of
Cora Belle Fellows and been married to a
full-blooded Sioux Indian a man, too.
wbo was rejected when he applied for li
cense to preach because of stories affecting
his morals. He is a widower named Rich
ard King, having formerly married a
equaw. The couple will teach at Wolf
POLITICS HIS RDIN.iT"f;r.,!:!-s'NoT,OK
STATh. OP ILLINOIS,
Kock Island cjocktt. i
To 1 vory ieron in actual possession or reca-p-incy
or lite following cefcribed nil or lots;
al-o, the person in whore nsme the same was
tsxed or 8 ec ially asecsed ; 1ho, the owner of,
or parties interested tncrcin. and to a bom it tniiy
Notice Is hereby g.ven. as required by the
statutes of said state of Illinois, ia such case
j made and provided, that op September 1-t.
A D ISfll, at a public sa e. by the county treasur
er of said county of Kock Is and, of lands and lots
' against hich judgment was rendered for delin
1 quent taxes, special asstrsments and cost, an
,tnrized by ihs laws it thi state, . J. II.
' Brookman, purchased lot 2 it wo) in block one
. hundred ami nineteen (11') iu the village of An
I dalusia, in towndiip Andalusia north, range 3,
wist if the 4th principal meridian, tit--....
. ...... . -.. .. ...... .....
few people in Ohio who knowthe man who therefor the an ount of said juilgm'ent on -aid
above described leal estate; tLat, tbe a'love de
I scribed land or lota was taxed In the
name o' unknown for the ye r A. I). 1'.W
and prior years, m.d the time of re
demption of said land or 1 Is from said
purchase at rale, will expire in two years from
the dnte of stud 1e, which wiil be on Septem
' her 1st, A. I. 1S'.'3, and said riilemption may
be made 011 or before said last mentioned dsn , at
( the ollice of the county clerk of slid couiity of
' Kock Island, state ot lliiauis.
erved this 27th clay cf May, 1S'.K5.
J. II. BROOK MAN.
Ex-Governor Foster, of Ohio,
HIS LIABILITIES BEACH" $600,000, 1
And Ilia Assets Will Not Cover Tliem The
Victim of Business Makes a Statement
and Lays His Troubles in I'art to Devo
tion to I'olities Other Causes of the
Fostokia, O.. May '27. There will be
will not be sorry when they hear that
Cherles Foster, ex-governor and ex-secre- '
tary of state in the national cabinet
"Calico Charley," as he used to be called
has made an assignment and will be al
most, if not quite, penniless when all bis
debts are paid, and that at the advauced ,
nge f CO. Tho ex-governor has given out '
the following statement: "Words cannot
express the deep disstress and humiliation !
I feel. If I could bear all the burden that '
my failure will entail, I should feel a sense '1A Y
I DKOll A 8 KKs' NoTICE
of relief. It is no consolation to look bck
over a business life of forty-five years that
has gained f.ir me 11 position of confidence
that has rarely been achieved; to know
that I aided bund re Is of people to main
tain an honorable standing and to gain a
ST.TE OT ILLINOIS,
Hock Island C'olntv,
T vry iM'ivon in a Muni poss im or ouca-
puncv f th 9 following disrrilH'ii lantl or lot ;
alo. the 1 rr-on in whoM n-m' ihrturr.e wa
tuxftlor pcciallv tssiirt'e-t ; ulo, :ht owH'Muf,
:;; 000 Kitnit ssss kkpk
o o or us s y.
i o c It K s i-:
i O it It K S K
O O O KRltH SSSS KK
CO i (I K K S K
" O O K K N 1:
,;. .. O O K K S S K
' OOO It H SSSS KKIK
competency, and for some a larse deirree of "r I9rI"'s inn listed tin rein, and to tun 1: may
wealth 00 j concern:
Notice if hereby pi vi'D. is n quired bv th" s at
Tiileil Through for a Ti:ne. j utisof sa d state of 11 inc Is, 111 such case Hindu
"I know that now I have by my failure ' an' pioMcti. tiia! on ihe fiist fay ,,r s-itomler.
iniured manv neonle but I bono lirin nrfl I A. 1., 1MH, at a piiblic ea!e, by tin-t'oanty Tnas
lnjureu many ptopu. tmt 1 Hope none are ur,rlHllC(ullt, of nck iS!nd,f lands and
ruined. hen I returned from ashing- irs a jairst which Judgement was rendered for
ton 1 knew that my indorsements for the dellnpieni taxes, sptciii asesnuiit an i costs.
aiunuri.ea ny m-' laws (t uns M it1. l,.i.ii.
I M ookman, purchased lut th-ie :s in block one
, hundred and f jnr (104) in township of Anila'11-ia
window Klass companies and the brass and
iron works company wev very large; so
large, in fact, as to induce me to fear that
1 would have to suspend at that time. I,
however, prevailed upon a friend to give a
large nmount of help and felt confident
that I could maintain myself and finally
come out all right. These concerns owed
more than I then supposed, and to add to
my misfortunes the affairs of the Fostoria
I-aght and Power company, of which I am
a larjre stockholder and indorser, proved to
be i:i bad sh ipe financially.
Everybody Was After Money.
"Then came the unfortunate financial
condition of the country. Kvery one that
I owed wanted his money, and no one
would lend. Payments for glass, instead
of lieing made in cash, were made in paper.
tales, in fact, came to a standstill. I strut:-
nort i, rac"e 3 weft of the 4 1 rineinal mrilian.
situate in said Conr.ty and M .le, anil palJ there
for the ami ur,t of s i 1 jail.eini r.t i n s ltd alxive
ili-s;r:btd r. al estat'-; mat tl e alKive described
lan l or lot was t-ixed in the nime c.frarau
Ki nworihy for 'he e.ir A I) . lSUli. aril rii r
years, and the lime of redemption of Slid land or
-ot from sa'd puic ase at Siid m:e, wiil expbo
in two yea-s from ihjilite of raid s tie. which
will beoa ihe first day of H'pteiiibcr. A. t.. lv.i-'i.
liiiha d redemption may be n.aoc on or before
1 said las' mtnti.il. o.l dat.s. i.t theolliie of the
Ccnnty Clerk of ssid c jui.tvof Hook slum!.
'.!. U. BKOOKMAX.
Servid tYs 27th day of Slay, . IK. l:i.5.
AY ." I! 1IC HAS Kits' JS'oTICK
8TTE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Kock Island Oicntt. t
To everv person in actual possession or ocrn-
1 pancv of the following cesciibed I a ml or lots:
gled, seeking every possible means to tide also, thi person iu whose nsme the same was
over the situation, until I am compelled to rli
assign. I did not give up the struggle till 1 nay concern:
today. May J5. I can see plainly that in j Notice is hereby Riven, n nqaired by the
settling mv affairs through the courts, " "tutes of the st .to of I lirois in nirh case
... . . . , . i.iatir aui iiroiiit-u,i um iul- ii-i u t;i s.n r 1 -
thus compelling my assets to be reduced to ,,.,,., . A. 1 , is;n, at a pubic s-.le.bv the
cash, large sacrifices will lx made. This roniity treasurer or said conn y of Hock Is'aml,
Ix-ing so 1 cannot give encouragement that of ian.ls an.l !o s a.'.-.iart whh-h judenu rt wa-
:ii 1 . 1 rendered !r delinoiivnt taxes, .n c:al asses-
"' "cms win uw 11.1111 lauei. . ,. , H,.lhnr1zi.,l v lb.- l.-iua of
tati. 1. L-.inis Ilartm in, piirchnse.l bts e-L-ht
nine .), at-d leu hi), in blorc one huniir.-d and
ore (10. I. ia 1 h vil :'.e of Ai:dalu-1 1. in Tow 11
sh p An lalasi 1 North, Hariri o west of tile 4lb
pri. c p 1 mi riiiian. si-uate in said cout.ty and
s: it, and liid ttieref.ir the amom t of said
rirment on sanl aitnve ce-rritei re.-u estate
Will Try to Ketleem His Korturei.
''It is only just to myself to say that
two things have caused my downfall. One
was neglect of business, occasioned by my
devotion to politics, and the other an
.im r.n'i Inn c .i..i-a t.. ln.il.l im V.i.-f .1
11 1 i . . . i-r T illlll iit-?-crit.'u .aim or 1 is as taxi-.l 1(1
doutknow that at my time ot life I h railll. nf ErthoT ..lth fr t!lL. v..ar .. t). .
ought to indulge in the hope of lieing able j l-M. nn.l j rior ve ,r-. ami the time of leiiemp.liim
to renair mv fortunes and mv mv debts. I ot said lat.d or i. t fr.-ui s.iiil purcha c at said
' fillf. !! ..ll'lll in 1..' y .IIS Ml'Ill lilt U 1. 1 ll
saiil s .Ir. v! i.-h wiil In- on tho tirst ill ilnv of
Si-ptember. A 1) , li, and sai;l leili-mpticn
ir.ty hi-made 0:1 or before sail last me: turned
rate, at the oTri' of the county e'erk of said
c.nility of HoikN'ald
Mrveil this -Tth day of M.iv lS'.fl
I.' 1 1 "I? 11 A RTM AX .
lut I shall try.and it will be the oneend for
which 1 shall live. In this hour of'unspeak
able distress 1 only ask the generous judg
ment of the public, a public that will be
deeply shocked over the financial downfall
of ainan who has enjoyed their confidence
to a remarkable degree.
Amount of Liabilities.
"The aggregate amauntof the liabilities,
including bank deposits, my individual
debts, the three glass companies, the brass
and iron -works company, the light and
power company will be almut $000,000. The
assets on paper will more than cover the
liabilities. Mr. Wilkinson has secured the
school fund and the building and loan as
sociation funds atrainst loss."
STATE OF ILLINOIS. ,
-.i CK 1SI.1M) COt NTT. (
To i v. rv per on in set nal p-wsrssion or
i pincy of the f .11-1 intr i-.e?c-ibo-.l lai.u or 1. t
lilt' person in w 1.0:
FIRMS THAT WERE CARRIED DOWN.
Seven Concerns Involved in the Crash
The failure of Governor Foster dragged
down the pioneer banking house of Foster
& Wilkinson, the wholesale grocery of
Davis & Foster, the Mamburg Glass com
pany, Crocker Glass company. Calcined
Glass company, Fostoria llrass and Iron
Works and the Fostoria F.Iectric Light
company, and a number of other firms are
in a shaky condition.
Mr. Foster and the gentlemen who w ere
associated with him in business are left
penniless, with the exception of Mr.
Foster, whose home is in his wife's name,
she having purchased it with some money
left her by her father. A run was started
on the People's bank at Xorth 15-iltimore,
which is partially owned by Governor Fos
ter, and it was forced to close its doors, but
is declared solvent.
The Mechanics' Dank of this Ci'ty, of which
Gov. Foster is a shareholder.stood a run and
came out all right. A. M. Day. Gov. Fos
ter's private secretary, who had all his
money iu the enterprises, is penniless.
Telegrams of sympathy are pouring in on
Gov. Foster from all parts of tho country.
FLOODS IN THE PRAIRIE STATE.
- name the saxe w as taxed or
also, theowners of, or p-ir.ii-s
Fives Inches of Kit. in Deluges theLand
A Heavy Illow.
Cuicago, May 27. A tremendous rain
fall has deluged central and southern Illi
nois. In many places over five inches of
water fell. small rivers rose from five to
seven feet in a few hours, flooding much
fanning land and washing cut railroads
and wagon bridges. The storm was accom
panied by a furious wind which added to
the damage. Xo loss of life has been reported.
int. Tested therein, and to whom it mav concern :
Notice is bereiiy s: r.-n. is r. qTiirid bv the sta
tmcs uf said state of Illinois, in such case made
and provided, that on the First (1st) iay of Sep
tember, A. l. l;il. at a public sale, by the county
treasurei of said county of Hock Island, of 1-mds
and lots aain-t which jniipment was rendered
for delim'iuvit taxes, special assessments and
c-st. authorized by the nws of this sute I. J.
11 . Hrooknian, purchased lot three i3) in block
one hundred and ninet -en 1191 also lot four 4
in block one hundred and faur(100 in the village
of Andalas'.a. in township Andalusia north, range
thtee (3) west of the fourth (-O.prit-cipai meridian,
sit aa te in said county ai.il state, ard paid therefor
the amonnt of sa d jnitgmctit on said abie des
cribed real estate; thai the aliove described
land or lot was taxed in the name of . M.
Honey for the year A. I. lS'.Hi and prior years and
thetimeofreUtmptioncfsaiillai.il or lot from
said purchase at said sale, will ei pre in two
years from the date of such sale, which will be on
the 1st dy of Sep ember A. 1. l'.tt. and said re
demption may be made on or before said last
mentioned date, at the office of the county clerk
of said county of Hock Island.
Mrved th-.s JT:h day of Mav, l-'.i3.
j. II HRiTOKMSX.
x Pckchaskrs' Notick.
J-AX PURCIIASEIts' NOTI0K.
STATK OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Islahd Cocstt. fRP-
To every person in actnal possession or occu
pancy of tbe following described land or lot; also,
the person in whose name the same was taxed or
specially assessed; also the owners of, or parties
interested therein, and to whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby given. ai r. quired by the
statutes of said Mate of Illinois, in such case
made and provided, that on the first (1st) day of
September. A. 1. 1891. at a public sale, by the
County Treasurer of said County of Kock Island,
of lands and lots sirainst which judgment wai
rendered for delinquent taxes, special assessment i
and costs, authorized by the laws of this stata I.
J. II llritton, J urcnased lots one (11, two 3) acd
three (3). in b'otk eleven (11) in the village of
Andalusia, in township of Andalnsla. north, ranire
three ,3) wist of the fourth (4tb) principal meri
dian, situate in said county and state, and paid
therefor the amonnt of said jurigtcent cn said
above described real estate; that tbe above de
scribed land or lots was taxed in the name of f am
Kenworthy for the year A. D. 1MW and prior years
and tbe time cf redemption of sal-t land or lota
from said purchese at said sale, will expire in two
yean from the date of said sale, which will be 00
tbe 1st cay cf Settcmber, A. 1. l-3, and said
redemption may be made on cr lieforo sai l last
mentioned date, at the office cf the Cou-tr Cltrk
of said County of Rock Island.
Servel this S7tudayor May. 1S!J3, '
i. 11. BR1TTOS.
STATU K ILLINOIS.
Kock Island CorsTY. i
To every person in actual pn-- sj uii or occu
pancy of tilt ftilloivin (1. -erii eil laii'l or lot - : al
so, the jier-on 11 w-ii.ir-e nam ; the tame wa. taxed
or spciiaily ns-i-s-ed ; also, th nne s of, or
parties interested therein, anil 10 whom it may
Nutu-e i- hereby L'iven. a riMpired by the
statutes of saiii Ma?- if tll-noi-, hi such case
made and provided, that i n the tirst (lsti day of
S pteniiier, A. 1. it'.'!, a; a public saie. by' tbe
Connty Treasurer of said Coai.ty of Hock Isiaml.
of lands and lots j!:."in-t whi-h jmlLnent was
n ndered for delimiui-ni taxes, special :i.i-s-
nieiits and rusts, ant i.oncii by the laws of this
State I, i. 11. briMikinau. jiurchrtsed lots six (..
noii 7). i-ieht i st i. time 11- and ti-n (lOt in b iw.k
civ huntlred anu nineteen 1 11 to : also lot one ( 1
iu hlcck one hundred ami three ( 1 U3 1 . in the vil
lage of Ainlal'i-i.i. in township of Anilaliisia,
Diir.h. raiiitv three (.!. we-t of ihe fourth (4th)
principal meridian, s.ttiit - in said i-nati'v and
state, uliI paiJ ther.-f.ir the amount of saiil jutl-
nieni on s 111 aoove uescriceo real estate: th t tti
al-ove descr bed land or lot. w as taxed in the name
of s. I i-nsorthv for the voar A. D.ls-.iJand orior
yi ars, an i tl;e lin e of redemnti on of said land or
lots from said purchase at said sale, will expire in
iwo years irom me uaie 01 sain sale, which will
be on the 1st day of September. A. IH'.i.j. and
said redl,m lion niiy be niaile on or before sai.l
la-t mentioned date, at the office of the County
Clerk of said County of Kock I-liind.
M-rvt d this i: h dav of ay, lr '.13
J. U. BIIO 'KMAX.
We wisli to state that we carry a large stock
of Corsets and Waists, comprising" all tiv
Our stock is a very large one, and i
placed in charge of an expert corset sales
lady, who takes great pride in showing her
KLUV, HASLEF, SCHV7ENTSER
Dry Goods Company. Davenpr it. Iv.va
OUR SOLE IDEA
In f e)liiir cur Men's? flic- for 3
is to insure yon eonifortaLls.
feet. If yen breathe a srifrh of
relief "when ycu take off a slio-
you made a mistav- wiien yen
put it on, and ycu mad- a bis
ger mistake when you bought
it at all. We have another i.a
about this partfcu'ar slice we
want to insure ycu iict or.ly
against discomfort bur apaicst
any givater expenditure t; an
you can be legitimately asked
to make, "What yen spnd
ft:r thi glee. 3'cn wiil ft nl in
a good cause. You will be buying what wiil 1 ok well, lit vr-ll,
and. so far from paying too much for it your outlay will rv
smaller than an uneatiefactor' shoe would plunge on ii;';
"Wrilat & Grecrjawalt.
1704 SECOND AVEXUE.
Cut in Half.
We give a few of the bargains which we will
offer this week:
While o-ranili platos. 5 in
.. .. .. cin
1 in . . . .
. . 05c
. . 0,r)C
White Lrranite bakers. . .7. 1". 1'
jilattors :t. i':
scollop nappio 7. :
18 qt lish pans
8 in pic tins
Everything in the store will be slaughtered this
week " Everything must go. Come earlv and
avoid the rush.
Geo. E. Kingsbury
FAIR AND ART ST OR
kx Puncii sjcks' Notice.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Hoi k 1slnd Couktv, (
To cverv verson in actual 1 oeilion or oecn
pincy of ths tollowimr defer i bed land or lot?
mipo, ue erson luwnoce name tne came was
taxed or ppeeially Hppesged ; alo, the owners of,
cr paities iuie enel therein, an 1 to whom it may
h'o'lce is hereby tlvn, as nr-ulred by the itat
nte of paid State of Illinois, iu Buch case trade
anil provided, thai 01 the Dri day of September,
A. L., IS'.il. at a public esle, by the County Trea
nrtr of gaid County of Kock Island, of land and
lots asainet which judgment was rendered for
delinquent taxes, special assessments and cas s.
an horized by the law- of ttis state, I, J. II.
Brookman, purchased lots one(l) acd six (6) in
block one handled and four (101) in township of
Andalnrla corth. ranpre three (3) west of the
fourth (4) principal meridian, situate In sad
County and "State, and paid therefor the amount
of sa I judgment on said above described real
estate; that the alxve described land or lot waa
taxed in tt e nams of S. M. Honey & Co.. for the
year A . D.. 1WJ and prior years, and the time of
reoemplioi of faiillmdor lots from said pur
chaw of aaid sale, will expire in two years from
thi date of sa'd sale, which wiil he 01 the Art
oa. of September. A. 1) , ln, and said redemp
tion mav b m do on or bi f.re so id last men
tu ned dte. at the ofllce of the County Clerk of
said County or Kock Island.
J. H. BHOOKMAN.
Served this 27th day of May, A. V.t It93.
Prices at ir
Bee Hive This m CUT
$6 75 Jacket fcr .... 75
3 7.1 " - - - - - 1 7."
12 00 ' - - - 7W
14 DO " - - . . s r.o
8 00 - - - - 4.T
5 50 " - - - - 2 75
5 75 " - - - - 3 00
8 00 Cape ... 5 0C
7 69 Velvet Cfpe, Satin Lined ... 5 25
9 75 t lay Worsted Cape for 0 75
These same prices niaile lhroufihoiit our entire lino. Thi
htimbujr. Com e and see for yourself, an! compare those jriee
othor houses" prices.
Just received an elegant line of Hats ami Flowers from the I":
market for Decoration Day, which will he sold at a very low
Call and see them.
114 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IOWV