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TI1K AllOUS, MONDAY, MAY 20, 181)3.
1 Highest of all in Leavening Power. Latest U. S. Gov't Report.
Raum's Famous Order No. 164
Revoked by Smith.
A SAVING OF $15,000,000 CLAIMED.
Applicant Under tlie Act of .Time, 1 8!0,
Must Hereiifter Prove Iialility to Kwru
a Livelihood of the New llule as
Sttteil ly tlie Secretary Kncvelt lic-
porta tlie Terre lluute I'oRTofiice Case
to the I'ostroaster ittieral.
Washington, May -i.t. 1'robiMy the
most important pension ilerision ever sent
from the office of the secretary of the in
terior to the com
missioner of pen
sions has j ist
been filed. It is
claimed by thosa
high in authority
in the pension
bureau that it
will reduce the
payment o? pen
sions under the
act of June 27,
lV.Nl.lx tween f !.",
000,000 and -f .YI,-
OOn.000. It in- CORK SMITH,
voives the repeal of an order p.-osed by
General liium ar.d approved by Assistant
Secretary R:iss, y nnd a ret urn to the lan
puai:e of the statute rtquiiinil the ciisabil
ity not of service origin to be such as to
prevent the applicant from earning a sup
port by manual labor. St-cretary Smith is
the author of the opinion, which is con
curred in by Attorney ( J. ncrnl Oint-y and
Pension Commissioner I. e!:ren.
stntement of the Case.
The decision is in the case of one T?e:i
Iiett. who soutrlit a jen-ion under the old
law, allein that when in the service at
llrtlfiih, X. C, he was prostrated by a
tnnstroke which resulted in partial deaf
ness in both ears. His npplicat ion was
denied on the izround that while the appii-t
cant hassliuht o.i afness. as a'deired. it was'
not of sufl'u ient severity to warrant any !
rjitinp. The testimony showed that Den-!
nett could hcvir a watch tick at a ilistarwo J
of half an inch from either ear. liennett
subsequently nnplie-d f.'r and received a
pension of i-iv a month under the net of
June 27, 1'.. This net allows a pension
ranjrini; from -5 to a month to ex-soi-diers
or sailors sufTerinc from any disabil
ity of a permanent character not the result
of their own vicious habits which incapaci
tates them from the performance of man
ual labor in such a decree as to render
them nnabie to earn a support. The ina
bility to earn a support is then-fore made
the basis of the law.
laui:i" I'ainnt: Order No. 1(4.
During Commissioner Ilium's adminis
tration an order was iitie 1 known as
"Order Xo. ir4." wide!) directed that all
claims for a pension under the act of Jiise
27, isrt-t, should be rated t he sr.me as like
disabilities f-( service origin, and that all
cases Khowiiiij a pensionable disability
which, if of service oriuin, would be rated at
or above $12 a month, should lie rated at 1 2
a month. 'The only requirement to obtain
a pension under the law applicable to pen
sions of service origin is disability by rea
son of wounds received or disease con
tracted while in the service Rnd in line of
The I'roper standard Not I'ned.
"Incapacity to perform manual labor,"
Bays the secretary, ''which is the founda
tion to the ritht to pension tinder the act
of June 27. ls'.to, fixes an entirely different
standard of disability from that just men
tioned, contained in the revised statute,
covering injuries of service origin. Disa
bilities incurred while in actual service
and incapacity coming upon an applicant
lonR after service ceased are made by the
law to stand upon an entirely different
footing. Those incurred durintr service
and in line rfd'ity tire pei:siounh!e with
out regard to capacity to earn a support,
and are graded without reference to this
condition. Disabilities resulting from
canses other than of service origin are only
TERRE HAUTE POSTOFF1CE CASE.
Report of the Civil Service Commission
on the Difficulty.
Washington, May 29. The civil service
commission has transmitted to Postmaster
General Bissell the report of Commissioner
Roosevelt upon what is called by the com
mission the Terre Haute postoiuce scandal.
Sir. Dunham, a Democrat, was appointed
by President Cleveland postmaster at
Terre Haute. Ind., Senator Voorhees'
home, in place of Mr. Greiner, a Republi
can . President Harrison's order issued
just before s retirement from office
placed the free delivery postoffices of the
country under tlie classified rules of tlje
civil service from May fl, 1S03. Ry repre
sentations made to President Cleveland by
Senator Voorheesthe date was changed to
May 13, and the civil service commission
says that advantage was taken of the post
ponement to try to make a clean sweep.
The report goes on to soy that Greiner
made a clean sweep when he took charge,
nnd strove hard to keep possession of the
office until after the l'Uh, liecause he
wanted to save the Republican employes,
while Donham's purpose was to do as
Greiner had done. The claim that Donham
dismissed the old employes because of in
subordination "is sheer nonsense." He had
been three months canvassing applications,
and had all his men selected before the al
leged insubordination took place, and had
inserted in the blanks appointing the new
men that the old ones were removed "for
the good of the service." This had happened
at 4 p. m. of the day lie took charge, while
the alleged insubordination did not take
place until two hours later, and he inserted
the insubordination clause after S p. in.
A reason proposed by Voorhees for post
poning the date for the new rules to go
into effect was that the local board was
composed of intense Republican partisans,
says the report, and he knew no Democrats
who were going la-fore it. The report says
that Yoorheer.' charge is not sustained hy
the facts. The report further says that
Donhan's appointments should not be per
mitted to stand; that no appointments can
be made except after civil service examina
tion, and it recommends that a rule be
adopted that hereafter all rules classifying
a portion of the public service shall take
effect at once. Johnston agrees that the
report shall be sent to the posttr aster gen
eral without comment, but- disagrees with
the conclusion. Lymau agrees wholly.
M-ist Not Knipliiy Canadian Sailors.
Washington, May 20. Numerous com
plaints have reached the treasury depart
ment about the employment of Canadian
sailors on American vessels sailing on the
great lakes. The subject has been consid
ered by Superintendent Stump, of the im
migration bureau, who has addressed a
letter to Immigration Inspector Stitch, of
Chicago, in reference to it, which states
that owners of American vessels who em
ploy Canadian seamen do so iu violation of
the alien contract labor law and are sub
ject to prosecution.
llayard Sails for London June 3.
Washington, May 20. Mr. Rayard, am
bassador to Great Rritain, has had his last
interview wiih Secretary Gresham and re
ceived his final instructions. He will sail
from New York on June 3.
THE BRIGGS CASE.
A Failure to .Arrange Times Gives
Rest Assembly Doings.
Washington, May 21. The failure of
the contesting parties to arrange the time
for the debate postponed the Briggs case
before the Fresbyterian assembly, and the
report on church unity was taken up.
During the discussion Rev. A. X. Holle
field, of Xew Jersey, made a bitter attack
on the Episcopal church, calling it "the
back door to Rome." An expression of re
gret that such sentiments had been uttered
called forth hearty applause. The Geary
law was resolved to be a contraveution of
treaty obligations. A report on women
taking part in church services recom
mended that such matters lie left to the
wise discretion of the pastors and sessions.
The assembly heard the report on sys
tematic benevolence, which was satisfac
tory, the receipts leing t"2,7'.v ,502 high
water mark in the history of Presbyterian
benevolence. The report was adopted. The
rrm m : t t.f rn ni-crt urt-a rem irtd in tli
pensionable when incapacity to labor joins j case 0f Xew York and St. Louis presby
with incapacity to earn a support, and the terjes regarding the deliverance of the last
grades of rating nre dependent upon these general assembly on the inspiration of the
scriptures in favoi of reaffirming the deliv-
Departed from the Terms of the Act.
"When by order Xo. 1C4 it was declared
that disabilities under the act of June 27,
1HI0, should be rated as if of service origin,
the very principle which governed the rat
ing under the act of June 2", l'.tO, was dis
placed nnd a rule applicable to a differ
ent net was substituted. This case
illustrates the effect of the departure of
your bureau from the terms of the act of
ls'.io. The application was for 'slight deaf
nass' not of service origin, tl2. The award
was made under the act of lbVO, which re
quired the rute for deafness of both ears to
be graded from t to $12. The highest
amount was only to be allowed in the
severest cases of deafness.
Inability Not Considered.
"It was giveu by your bureau for 'slight
est deafness' because under an entirely dif
ferent act, applicable to disabilities of ser
vice origin alone, (If- was the lowest rating
ior 'slight deafness. The inability of the
applicant to perform manual labor was
not taken into consideration. Yet the act
of 18'J0, under which the applicant sought
and was allowed a pension, made inability
of the applicant to perform manual labor
in such a degree as to prevent him from
earning a support the foundation of his
Superseded a Law of Congress.
"It is, therefore, clear that the rating un
der the revised statutes for disability of
service origin was substituted by order o.
erance to the effect that the authority of
the Holy Scriptures is to be received be
cause it is the word of God; that this is no
new doctrine, but an expression of what
has ever been cherished and taught by the
standards. A minority report was an
nounced. At the night session fraternal greetings
were exchanged with various bodies, and
the committee to see the president regard
ing the Geary anti-Chinese law reported
that an interview with Mr. Cleveland could
not be had before tomorrow. Speeches
were limited to ;five minutes for the rest of
the session, and the report on young peo
ple's societies was adopted. The rest of
the evening was spent discussing, as to
home missions, w hether the missionaries
should lie paid monthly instead of quar
terly. The board was directed to take the
matter under consideration, and if possible
make the change.
EDWIN BOOTH SEEMS DOOMED.
lie Has Another Attack and Ills Ior
' tors Give No Hope.
Xew Yoi:k, May 29. Edwin Booth, the
famous actor, has had another attack and
his doctors do not believe he will rally
therefrom. The attack came Saturc.ny
night and his condition is stated in the
following bulletin by Dr. Sinclair Smiti:
'Mho tooth is losing strength, but his gen-
errepeondition is not much worse thau it
164 for the rating provided rlider the act of Yo8 lat't night- His vitafffcy, which has so
15U0. The order having resulted in one e j'avong baffled his disease, is simply giving way
ror a second error naturally followed, Tvf
tlie lnaoiury oi me nppucauv io peir4lyi
manual labor was not taken into conside -tion.
In a word, the act of June 27, 18W,
was changed and superseded by order No.
104, as construed by your office and by a
practice that neglected to take into consid
eration the ability of the applicant to per
form manual labor. i
slowly. While I do not apprehend any im
mediate danger of death I do not believe
he will rally again."
'Wild Cat Loose" Near Vluffton.
BLCFFTON, Ind., May 29. A wild cat,
supposed to have escaped from a circus, ts
playing sad havoc among the imal 1 stock
of the farmers of-Lancaster township.
JEFFERSON DAVIS' REMAINS.
They Ilegln Their Jonrney to Their Final
Xew Orleans, May 29. The remains of
Jefferson Davis, after reposing in Louisi
ana for nearly four years, are now speed
ing away to their final resting place in
Hollywood cemetery at Richmond, Va.
The disinterment here was accompanied by
all the pomp of military honor, the body
lying in state in Memorial hall for several
hours. Confederate flags were grouped all
around it and thousands viewed it.
Ex-confederates from many states were
hereto see the departure, and speeches ex
tolling the character and services of the
dead chieftain were made. A military
escort accompanied the remains to the
train, and the funeral car was appropriately
draped. There mains arrived at Montgom
ery, Ala., at 6 a, in. today, were taken to
the capitol and lay there until 11 a. m.,
when the journey was resumed.
PIKE WAS WANTED, SURE ENOUGH.
A Canadian Kinbezeler Gives Himself I'p
EL Paso. Tex.. May 2!. George Pike, a
haggard looking, middle aged man, gave
himself up to the chief of police, and said
he was wanted in Toronto, Canada, for the
embezzlement of $100,000. The chief of
police supposed he was a lunatic, but tele
graphed to ascertain if his statement was
The chief constable of Toronto wired
that Pike was wanted and an officer was
now on the way with necessary papers.
Pike is a wreck but is well dressed ani it is
thought has considerable money.
New Illinois Apportionment.
SrniNGFiELP, Ills., May 20. Before tak
ing its regular weekly rest of three days
the house passed the Democratic congress
ional reapportionment bill. There were
four Democrats who were not satisfied
with the "divide" made in the measure
and they Kept the house in a state of mind
during the whole session. They were Car
son, Goodall, Dean anil McGee. But they
fell into line on the final vote, explaining
that although the bill sacrificed the intor
estsof the Democracy of their counties
they felt it necessary to agree to the
sacrificed in the interest of the Democracy.
The linal vote was yeas, 77; nays 0.
John C. New Arrives at New York.
Xew Yokk, May 2t. John C. New, of
Indiana, consul general to London during
the Harrison administration, has returned
to this country on the Paris, accompanied
by his family, lie expects to remain here
three or four days, and then go to Balti
more and Washington, anil soon after to
Indianapolis to liecome a private- citi.en.
Bhenmititm Cure 1 in a D:y
M vst ie Cure" for rheiimat ism and
neuralgia radically euros in one to
three days. Its action upon the sys
tem is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose jrrcatlv bcnclits To cents.
Otto Gkotjan. DruL'M.
rr. l-oius police say t liey have a clue to
that sevenfold train robU-r who scooped
the express train on the Missouri Pach'ic a
few nights ago. It turns out that the
whole job was done bv one man and a
stick of dynamite.
oil its use
to cas i n g
advanced in consumption.
Science soon discovered in
it the prevention and cure of
of cod-liver oil with Hypo
phosphites of lime and soda
has rendered the oil more
effective, easy of digestion
and pleasant to the taste.
Prpparnd by Scntt Itnwrn-. N V. All dmrrHts.
AX PcilCnASEKs' NOTICK.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Hock lsi.AJtn c rsTT. ('
To ever ier'n m iirtnal pos-rsinn r ecru
paiicy of ihc f lowing tle-eriteci l:onl rlt : Mm.
tlie per-on ni who-e ntime tin.' :im i w:isT:iei or
specially usM'-sed ; :i'm,. ilie ownrrs of. e-r p rl'es
iut re-fed therein, nnd to whom it insy concern :
Notice is hc'irhy L'iven. n r quired t'y ihe
HtuTule- of paid State of liliiior-. m Mich en-e
mad? and yrovid, d, tint e-n the Tr-t 1 -1 day of
September, A. 1. 1S1M. at a pnld e f ,.y the
( ountv Treiip-tirer of aid C'ountyof Hock 1 -l::nI,
ef hind" and lots niriin-t which ji.dunieiif
rendered for deliniuent tuxe, iieriui a--"t s:
inent- End cost. ;iu: horize I hy tlie !au'r ef this
st.!e I. Jacoh strolinier. rtir lived 1 ts citht (Si,
nine (!'. ten (1(1) and eleven (IP in hi ck one
hundred ltMi in the Yillairo of Andalusia, in tow, -ship
of Aiidnlua n 1 h rar-e Three ('P west of
tlie fourtti (-Itel prtLfipal meridian, situate mBl l
county and state, at d pCd thereforthf amoitet of
iid judirmei.t on sa d above dcrr hd reil estate ;
that the atiove dcrrrihrd land or lot was taxod in
the name of Sm Kenworthy for thecsr A. I)
lS'.O and prior years and the? time of redeni' tiou
of aid land or lots from said j urcliH-'e at taid
sale. ill expire In to vearts from the date of sutd
sale, which will ho on the 1st day of Septcnttx r.
A. 1). 1S.SI3, and mi i redemption may be nue'e ou
or befo ic said last mentioned da e, at the efliee of
the tTountv Clerk of s'lid C'otctv if Kock Island.
Sened thl STth day of Mav. if..
JIax Purchasers' IN'otiok.
STATK OF ILLINOIS
Kock Island Cocktt. )
To every person in tctnal iosncssicn or occu
pancy of tlx! following described laud or lot; also,
the person in whose name the same was taxed or
specially assessed ; also the omners of. or parlies
interested therein, and to w hom it may eoceern:
Notice is hereby given, im riqoircd by the
statutes of said statu of Illinois, in snch case
made and provided, that on the first (1st; day of
Beptember. A. 1. 1W(1. at a public sale, by the
County Treasurer of said County of Rock Island,
of lands and lots against which judgment was
rendered for delinquent taxes, special assessments
and costs, authorized by the laws of this state I.
J. II Britton, I urchased lots one (11, two iS) acd
three (8), tn b'ock vleven (11) in the village of
Andalusia, in township of Andalusia, north, ransrc
three .3) west of the fourth (4tb) principal meri
dian, situate in said county and state, and paid
therefor the amount of said judgment c-n said
above described real estate: that the above de
scribed land or lots was taxed in the name of sam
Kenworthy for the year A. u . ibw.and prior years
and the time ef redemption of tai l land or lota
from said nurchese at said sale, will expire in two
years from the date of said sale, which wilt be on
toeisioay ti oeieiuuvr, a. i jw, ana said
redemntioD may be made on cr be fore said last
.mentioned date, at the office cf the Cour.ty Clrk
of said County oi kock icinna.
Serve! this 27to day or May, lgl'3,
i. 11. BRITTJN..
a x Purchasers' IN otic
STATh OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cocrtt. f "
To very person in actnal possession or cecn
pincy or the folluwitiB-cescribed land or lots;
al-o, (he person in whose usme the enme was
tnxed or s ecially assessed ; also, the owner of,
or parties interested therein, and to whom it may
Notice is hereby g.ven. as required by the
statutes of said state of Illinois, in such case
maHe and provided, that ot September 1st.
A 1) 1S91, at a public sa'e. by the county treasur
er of said county of Rock Island, of lauds and lots
aeainst which judgment was rendered for delin
quent taxes, special assessments and costs, au
thorized by the laws cf thW state, , J. 11.
Brook man, purchased lot S (two) in block one
hundred aud nineteen (11") in the village of An
dalusia, in township Andalusia north. raDge 3,
west .f the 4th principal meridian, it
nated in said county and state, and pa:.d
therefor the an ount of said Judgment on said
above described real estate: that tho ahove de
scribed land ar lota was taxed in the
name of unknown for the ye r A. D. 1890
and prior years. at:d the time of re
demption of said land or lots from said
purchase at sale, w ill expire in two years from
the date of said sale, w hich will be on Septem
ber 1st, A. D. 181I3. and said redemption may
be made on or before said last mentioned date, at
the oltice of the county clerk of 8 tid county of
Rock Island, state or Illinois.
Served Ihis. 27th day rf May, lS'.tl.
J. II. BROOK MAN.
T-ax Purchasers' Notice
STATK OI" ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island ( 'ountv,
T every pcr-on in a-tual ii(issioii orocca
pancv f ih following d scribed laud or lot
also, the Lerson in whose n' me t lie same was
taxed or specially -s-efsed; al-o, 'he owtcrsof,
or parties int rested tin rein, and to whom H may
Notice N hereby civen. s n quired by th stat
utes of sa d state ef lliiutis, in such ease nimle
and proidoJ, that on the lirst ('ay of svj. tember.
A. 1.. ls'.it, at il public sale, hy tlie County Treas
urer t said Ccuiitt of Rock Island, of lands rnd
los naii st which judgement was rendered for
delli ijiii iil taxc. spieiil as-csrom nts an i cost",
authorized by the laws f tliis n te. I, .1.11.
15 ookman, purchased lot three C.) in blork one
hundred and four KMI in township of Anda'u-i.i
nortti, ranpe 3 west of the 4 ( rineipal meridian,
situate in said County and St ite, ami paid there
for the anteunt of si il jud.enieiit n s lid ulmvc
described r al estate; that It e above described
land or lot was tdxed ia the n-one ef Sarah
Kenworthy for the vo ir A I) . ls'.ni. ard pri r
years, and the time of redenipt ion of s lid land or
ut from sa d purchase at sod sa'e, wi.l cxpi'C
in two years Irotn tludite of said s ile, w hieh
will be cm the nrst day of September. A. !.. Is'.ci.
tnd m il redemption may je n:aoe on or Im 1'ore
said lust nit ntioi.ed duti'. at the otlice of ttie
County Clerk of said c juntv of RocK island.
".I . H. BROOK M AN.
Served th's CTth day of May. A. I).,
ax FuCHASKl:3, Notick
STATE OK ILLINOIS. )
K(H R 1?LAXI t'Ol'NTT.
To evory person In actu.-il pn?st s-ior. or occu
pancy of the follow-in cVsciitK'd ImikI or lot;
aIo. tho j tT-ion in wlmso nm' 1 he f:ittn was
tasul or spt-rially r sost (l ; nlt-o. tho ow iicm of.
cr parli"8 inter stcd therein, ami to whom it
n ay mncei n :
Not ire i- herehy Riven a rt iuire by tho
o'atu'es of tho M te of I lino:?, in nu ll c:re
m:u!o an l ro. -lcloti.i hat on the fir-t (1 lsy of Sfp-tt-rMM-r.
A. I , 1V.M, at a J.Tib ie saV, by the
coin.ty t r-HHurer or nu eour. v of Kork Island,
of land !os ai;f'iut whit h .1 iniirinriit a
rt-ndcrfvl tor ilelinou nt taxes. c al ae-t-mei.tc
an: eott--, authorized iv the hiw sf thi
tati, 1, Louir Itarlniiiii, oiirchased lor? t :i:ht S,
iiitie t'.1, ai d ten !, i" hlook one hundred and
one (lo. ), i.i ih vi!;.1'' tif Atidalu-li. in Town
!i j Afi'ialupi North, K.'ince 8 west of the 4th
jrii eipM m ridiau. i1u:.te in p.iid county and
si it, and i iii therefor the am:n t ef said
judgment on said above :ljet i it d re: tst.:t ;
thai ineaoove uescriaeu lami or l ts ue tuxeii in
th nnme of Kfther Muith for the ytfir A. O..
.Kt, and j rior yo-ir-. anil the lime of ie,:emption
t.f f-aul land or let from said i ure!i:i e at -ftid
ale. wi;i i xi'in- in two years f:om the d-ite of
said s.ile, w ji h will be on the lirst v ' ' day of
t'I:emher. A J , l-i, ai d M.id lem mpt iil
mny he made on or before sai last n:ei tior.ed
t .'iif. .-it the o'l'.ce of Uie coiii.tj- clerk of said
count of Uh k N"ai.d.
ervrd this 'JT'tli day of !av
L' ris HATITMAX.
AX PUKCIIASEn' XOTICK.
STATE OK ILLINOIS
RUCK 1SI AM) COfNir,
To i very per-on in actual possession or
imncv of t?iefo'!loiiic described land or 1 t
ihe person in whoe name the saxe wa laxed or
specialty sefed; also, the owners of, -ir paries
interested therein, and to whom it may concern :
Notice is herehy jr:ven, ; s riti;red by the t-::i-ttitos
of said state of Illinois, in Mich case made
and provided, that on the First (1st) day of Sep
tember. A. L. 1SW. at apublie sale, by the comity
treasure! of paid county of Kock Island, of linds
and lots against which judgment was rendered
for delinquent taxep. special assessments and
cost, authorized by the hvrs of this stt.te I, J.
11 . litookman, purchased lot three (3) in block
one hundred and nineteen (1191 also lot four (41
in block one hundred and four(104) in the village
of Andalueia, in township Andalusia north, rane
thtee (3) west of the fourth (4f piitcipa! meridian,
situate in aid county and state, ar.d paid therefor
the amount of said juiement on said ab e des
cribed real estate: that the above detenbed
land or lot was taxed in the name of S1. M.
Honey for the year A. D. lS'.m and prior years and
the lime of redi mption cf eaid lacd or lot from
said purchase at said sale, w ill eipiro in two
years from the date of snch sale, which will be on
the 1st day of Sep-ember A. 1). lSy:!. and said re
demption may be made on or before said last
mentioned date, at theoflce of the county clerk
of said county of Kock Island.
M-rvcd tins L'Tth day of Mav. 1S'.3.
J. 11 liKOOKJUX.
AX PUKCHASERS' NOTICK.
STATE OK ILLINOIS, I
Kock Islan d roi'NTY , ( " '
Tt every jier-"n in n tu:il po-- ss'tin "-r orcti
pain v f tht- folh ;nu' d erit-d 'and or l..t - : tt:-I-o,
tin- jx-r-on n w h'e r.:na 'the t-arr.c v a taxed
or pet ia ' ii--t S-;'d ; alo. the nwne h of. or
part if-iutfVt -tt-ti theriin, and to whom it may
NoT:t l. i- heri'by riven, n teTTed hy the
.t:ttu!f 'f -:il Mate of i H 'no:-, in Mirh -ase
ir.inle ami rovided. that on the lirt (lft) day of
St .u inner, A. I. 1M1. al a public -ah, by" the
"o!in:y Tr. ;'-ur. r of raid County of K'K'k I- and.
of land and I"t- nir iin-t wh:eh . inl.'nu nt a
n udered t"r d' hii'iuent laxe-, seeial n-r
inent :ilid ost-. ai:tL'orized iy the laws c-f thi
State I, J. II, liriM.kman. pureh.iLHl lots six
sewn (7. eiL'ht nine (! and ten (10, in b Mik
on ' liundred anu nineteen nti : nNo, lot ouo (1 ,
in bloek one hundred ind thn e l';jt. in the vil
lage of Andalu-ia. in tow nship of Audilt:-ia,
rtn th, raitiie three i'i). we-t of ihe fourth (4:lit
primeval meridian. s:tunt; iu taid eonn'y aud
tate, atd paiJ iherforthe amount of t-aiti" judg
ment on s .id alnve described real estate; th t the
a ove de-er bed land or lot. wan taxed in the name
of S. k fimorthy fortheyoarA. l. l.Uaiul prior
yi ar-, and the time of redemption of said land or
lot- frm said purchase at aid Bale, will expire in
two year- fnm the date of said (-ale. which will
he oil the lr-t day of St pttmher. A. 1) p-V.t;J, ami
said redeni;tioti tuny be made on or iH-fore said
lat mentitned date, at the office of the County
Cler of ;id County of Hoek 1-t.nid.
rvtd this iTtl. day of Amy, IP'tS
J. II. BJIOOKMAN.
x Pukoiiisrks' Notick.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock 1sL4Kd t'ocstr, f '
To everv person in actual possession or o en
pancy of the following described land or lots;
also, the erson lu w hose name the game was
taxed ot specially ussessed; also, the owners of,
er parties ltiteteated therein, anl to whom it may
J'o ice is hereby eivrn. as required by the stat
utes of said Mate of Illinois, in such case trade
and provided, that on the firci day of Beptember.
A. 1S91. at a public aale, by the County Treas
nnr of said County rf Hock Island, of land and
lots aaainst which judgment was rendered f ir
delinquent taxes, special assessments aud cos 8.
au liorized by the law- of this sta'e. I, j. II.
Hrookman, purchased lots one(l) acl six (6 in
block one bundled and four (101) in township of
Andalusia north, range three (3) west of the
fourth 141 principal meridian, sitnste in sad
County and State, and paid therefor the amount
of sa d judgment on said above described real
estate; that the above described land or lot was
taxed in it c name or . M . juoney & Co.. for tne
year A . J)., lMW and prior years, and the time of
redemption of saidltndor lota from suld uur-
chas of said sale, will expire iu two years from
th; date of said sale, which will be o itbetl-st
Onv of September, A. D , 1K93, and said redemp
tion mav be mede on or befjre stid last men
tiened date, at the office of the County Clerk of
said County of Kock Island.
j. u. Biiut-mnAa.
Served this 87th day of May, A. D., It Pi.
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We wish to state that we carry a large Mock
of Corsets and Waists, comprising' all the
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
KLUG, HASLER, SOHWENTSER
Dry Goods Company. Davenpoir, I0wa
Driffill & Gleim
-Keeps the iinest line of-
CS- 0 X E S
IN THE CITY
DRIFFILL & GLEIM
Under Harper House.
Cut in Half.
We give a. few of the bargains which we will
offer this week :
Japanese1 tea-pots 12, 11. 17c
Whi'.o granite plate, Sin :e
' Giu . . .
" i n . .
siilc clisiios . . . .
envcrotl sugars 15o
Wliitc rranite liaker-;. .
phi' let -. .
18 (t dish pans
S in pii tins
Everything in the store will be slaughtered ihi
week. Everything must go. Come early arJ
avoid the rush.
Geo. H. Kingsbury
FIIi A I) art '-: ; ''M.
PriGes al Ihe Bee Hive This IM B
$6 75 Jacket fi r -
3 75 - - - - -
12 00 " - - -
5 50 " - -
5 75 " - - -
8 00 Cape ... -7
G9 Velvet Ctpe, Satin Lined
9 75 Clay Worsted Cape for
These same prices made tiiroujrliout our entire line. 1
hnmbii";. Come and see for yourself, and compare the--' ; .
other houses prices.
Just received an elegant line of Hals and Flowers fiv.:i.
market for Decoration Day, which will he sold at a very i
Call and see them.
114 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, Iri-