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THE A HGUS. TUESDAY, MAY 3D, 1803
Published Daily and Weekly st 1624 Second
Avenue, Rock Island, 111.
J. W. POTTEK,
Tmaj-g Daily 6Uc per month; Weekly M.00
DOT tumn: In advance $1 .50-
All communications of a critical or an?menta-
tlT character, political or reunions, most have
...l m attached for Dublicatlon. No anch
articles will be printed over lletttlons signature ,
Inormoni common icat ions not noticed.
Correspondence solicited from every township
n HKI isiana coniiu .
Tuesday, May 30, 1S93.
Notice to Delinquents.
Subfcrttxr to the I)A IL Y ARCH'S, who are in
arrears to the extent of a year or more are hereby
notified that unlets payment is made beore Jun
J, that their paper vil'. be discontin ued. All rtteh
eiecounte villi be placed in the hand' of c justice
of the peace far collection.
Governor Altuf.lt delivers the
nl mlilross at Jersevville to
Ella Wheeler Wilcox's late
poem begins: 'Why lost thou shrink
roC- nnnrnacll. O mail?" The
wicked Vhicaro Dispatch replies
tVmn. west. Ella, an.l that matter
shall he remedied."
The St. Louis (Jlohe-Demoerat re
marks: "Chauneey M. Pcpew also
lvs nil the l.lanie for the tinaneial
flurry on the present administration.
This" is discreditable to Chauneey.
He oujjht to know better. Ho does
Tins is the day when not the soldier
alone tiavs tribute to his dead com-
raile, but a prateful nation unites in
bestowing evidences of affection and
n-rati tnde on those who died that
their count rv mirrht live. "All
honor to our noble dead"1 is the tit
tinjr sentiment of the day.
The fact that business men should
hasten to make denial under oath of
their allegiance to an order known
as the A. P. A. and go so far as to
threaten suits for damage for having
been mentioned in such connection
is not in the highest sense com pi I
mentarv to the good standing of that
S v i: i n r. k i ki.i 11 nr. i st k k :
republican mavor of St.
hardlv been inducted into ollice and
the republicans are clamoring for the
removal of every democrat ollicial in
the citv. That's right. They liould
all go just as soon as competent re
publicans can be found to till the
positions. J he people ot St. Mollis
so decreed it at the recent citv elec
Civil Service A It I.
A dispatch from liloomington to
the Chicago Jribunc convevs m-
telligence, which shows how ex
tremelv lovelv the Harrison idea of
civil service is working in a practical
sense under the new reirime. The
sjKjeial which is appended will be
read with peculiar interest by those
of the present attaches of the Rock
Island postollice who are to partici
pate in civil service examinations
the present week:
Postmaster John Eddy received a
telegram from Washington last night
advising him that his list of appoint
ments of clerks, carriers, and sub
stitutes in his ollice, which he re
cently forwarded to the department,
had been approved and that he might
at once proceed to fill all the posi
tions in his ollice with democrats.
This settles the question of civil
service in a great many postollices.
It has been contended that under
civil service rules carriers could not
be removed for political reasons.
Alex K. MK'luhk, the venerable
and able editor of the Philadelphia
Times, in his address before the
Press Congress in Chicago last week,
thus eloijuently referred to the pow
er of the two great forces in the on
ward march of civilization:
There are two great vital forces in
the enlightened civilization of the
present time the light and power of
the press aud the light and power of
the pulpit the great fountains that
pour out their beneficent streams and
nourish all that makes for the peo
ple's good. Not always pure are
these fountains, nor should they be
expected to be. No human power is
perfect. Journalism has no more
sensationalism today than has the
pulpit, and the sensational pulpit is
a hindrance to the work of the
church just as the sensational news
paper is to journalism. The politi
cal life and power of this country is
shaped by the newspaper press. It
is the absolute master. And this is
. solely because it is in the closest
touch and sympathy with the people.
The press has done more to con
serve and liberalize the pulpit than
all other causes combined. It is
potent because it represents the lib
eral progress of the world. There
was never a time when men were so
noble and women so virtuous as
now never in the history of the
world was there a time when religion
was reverenced as now. The influ
ence of the press has been potent in
brinjrinjr about these results.
THE STORY THEY TELL.
"Banners and Rosea Ttecall th
Virtue of tbe Dead.
t HE flags and the
flowers blend like
currents of the
same waters on
Flowers are the
bannerets of the
world and seem
to say, "Here in
the bosom of the
earth are beanty and grace and purity
and strength." And when the red, white
and bine emblems are thrown into tbe
floral fields of nature a harmony bo per
fect is created that profusion either in
bunting or in roses cannot lead to a loss
of balance in the ensemble. To the sol
flier's mind this mingling of colors as
loving hands plant flowers beside the
little Grand Army markers at the graves'
of fallen comrades brings np tbe idea of
re-enforcements, as though the story of
heroism, and of devotion, and of victory
recalled by Old Glory was being repeat
ed again and again by each cluster of
bright petals that share with it the gen
tle airs of heaven.
.Naturally whenever a soldier's eye
lights upon the starry banner his
thoughts go back to war days. Ho sees
in it a facsimile of the one borne in front
of his regiment in every charge. Yet it
was not abattleflag in the strict sense of
the word when he followed it to the guns
or unfurled it upon the lino of battle.
Men looked up to it as the representative
of what the nation was fighting for
rather than a signal for combat, a chal
lenge to hostility. Aow that the strife
is a thing of the far past the battleflags
are relics and the stars and stripes a live
symbol of live ideas. All this is shown
in the memorial observances, when the
flag and its defenders aro honored
through the same act and in the same
breath that glorifies the reign of peace.
Flowers come in with settled peace, and
love and tenderness aro the meaning they
Tho sentiments of Decoration day aro
and should be intensely patriotic and
not martial, conservatively peaceful and
not aggressive. The dead are to be re
membered and honored because they
fought for a principle and not because
by any word or act they betrayed a love
of glory. It is the emblem of undying
affection, a sprig of evergreen, that is
first placed upon the warrior's grave as
a token from tho living when tho Grand
Army opens the ceremony. Then follows
the white rose to symbolize the purity
and unselfish devotion of tho patriot
dead. Lastly the laurel of victory, token
of a triumph that is the reward of purity
and a proof of devotion. Victory crowned
tho soldier's trials and made the mem
ory of them worth preserving.
Geokge L. Kilmer.
Austrian Lovers Commit Suicide.
Vienna, May 29. Louis Russ, a ni.intv-
J facturer living in Pola, and his fiance.
Irene Klopfer, of Vienna, committed but
cide. Kuss had written to Irene saying
that he intended to kill himself at 6 o'clock
iu the evening, and begging her to poison
herself, for which purpose he enclosed
some cyanide of potassium. At the ap
pointed hour the girl swallowed the poison
sou xvuss snot uiiuseii.
A MEMORIAL SCENE.
now the Day Is Observed In a K:ick woods
A. correspondent of a New York paper
describes a Memorial day scene as follows:
Something like an hour later than ad
vertised tho procession forms at the
church. First, the band in full uniform,
with the village blacksmith as drum ma
jor in a bearskin hat of mammoth pro
portions, a gorgeous coat on his rather
stooping shoulders, and wielding his
baton as ho would a sledge hammer,
while the small loys crowd thickly
about among tho players and surround
the bass drum like flies around a honey
jar. JSext, two "diminutive drummer
boys, very red m the face and very
weary, bearing some battered drums
wreathed with flowers, which have seen
actual service in battle. Then all the
sweet girls which the village Bchool con-
THE VILLAGE BLACKS .WITH AS PHUM MAJOR.
tains, with bright, fair faces, white
dresses gav with flying ribbons, and
each one, down to tho tiniest little lisjv
ing maid in the infant class who brings
up the rear, skipping along in her hasto
to keep up with tho largo girls, bearing
a cross of flowers held against her heart.
A squad of Grand Army men m uni
form shamble along, lame from rheu
matism, stiff and lumbering from their
long marches in the furrows after their
plows, and each one taking a kind of go-as-you-please-only-get-thero
trot, and be
hind them one sailor in uniform, the
cynosure of all eyes, steps proudly on
alone, a big, handsome, brawny chested
fellow, with a bronzed, strong face, and
still farther back a veteran in a buggy
drawn by an old, freckled, lame white
horse sits with his wooden leg, which he
has hewed and whittled out of a stick of
wood, resting on the dashboard in front
it him, the hero of the day.
Then comes the long line of carnages.
buggies, wagons, buckboards, any kind
of a vehicle on wheels, drawn by lame,
tired plow horses, with heavy collars and
pieces of sheepskin or scarlet flannel tied
under the straps of the harness, and in
variably with a tiny flag on their heads.
Arrived at the cemetery , all are seatei
In order, and the exercises open with a
prser. Kverything in the country does
berfn with a prayer and closes with a
beiibdiction. After the prayer, the cap-
taii of the G. A. R. post, in the solemn t
an! impressive words of the military!
seijvice, proceeds to command the proces-!
tick to re-form and march to the graves, j
There is more catarrh in this sec
tion of the countrj- than all other
diseases put together, and until the
last few years was supposed to be in
curable. For a great many years
doctors pronounced it a local disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly failing to cure with lo
cal treatment, pronounced it incura
ble. Science has proven catarrh to
be a constitutional disease, and there
fore requires constitutional treat
ment. Hall s Catarrh Cure, manu
facturod by F. 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
tcaspoonful. It acts direetlv on. the
blood and mucous surfaces of tin
system. l nev oner tfioo for any
case it fails to cure. Send for eircu
lar and testimonials. Address
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Braf'Sold bv all Druggists, 75c.
WM. FITTty, Pro.pect, OHIO.
Rescued From tho Crave.
A Startling Story.
Prospect, O., March 20. "
I had the Grippe and these has
never been a waking moment since that
I have not suffered with the headache,
until I began using Kickapoo Indian
Sagwa. Less than two bottles have
completely cured me of headache; and
I am satisfied that it I had not got some
relief from some source within a v other
year, I would have gonoto my grave,
or would have been a fit subject for
the lunatic asylum. Nothing
gave me any relief whatever except
what I liclieve to be the greatest boon to
huracnity, Kickapoo Indian Sagwa
KICKAPOO INDIAN SACWA.
Si per Bottle, 6 for $5.
Soi.n isy All IMa c.cisTs ami Pf.alers.
Cll'TIOX: These licmedics are Never Peddlf-d.
OF HEAL ESTATE.
By virtue of an ordrr and decree of the county
court, of Hot k island cpuMy. state of Illinois,
made on Hie petition rf the undcrsiiriied, James
Johnston, administrator of the estate of
TDomas B. O'Donnell, deceased, for leave to sell
real estate of paid deceased, at the May term, A.
P., 1S'.'3, of said court, lo-wit, ou the 3d day of
May, A. P., 1S!.
I shall on the Sd dav of June, A. P., 1893,
between the hoars of 10 o'clock in the forenoon,
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of paid diy. pell at
public pale, at ihe north door of the court house,
in the city of Kock Island, in said county, the
real estate described as follow, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of land situated in
the northwest quarter of section number
tweLty cifrbt (S), township number nineteen
(191, north range three (3), rast of the Fourth (4)
principal meridian described as follows, begin
ninp 2JU.8 feet east of the corner of sections 20.
21, and 'jy. in the township "foresaid ; thence
south 198 feet, thence north 6 decrees, east
16S feet, thence north -29 decrees, west 216 feet,
to the section 1-nc; thence west cn the section
line 59s feet to tho p'ace of bepinnirtjr.
Situated in the township of Canoe Creek,
couuty of Rock Ilsnd. slate of Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wit: Cash on delivery of
Dated this 4th day of May, A. I).. 1893.
J. R .TOIIXSTOV.
Administrator of the Estate of Thomas B. O'Don
ax FuncnASKEs' Notice
tT 4 'T-IP W IT T l'n! S
I.'OCK lSI.ANl C VSTT. (
To evcrr prrson in artnul posc'Sion or crcu
pnnry of the fo-lowinsr described land or lot : nlso.
the person in whose name the snin-s was taxo.l or
specially asesed ; a'so, ih" owners of. fir p riles
int. rested therein, and to whom it may concern :
Notice is hereby L'ivon. us required by the
statutes of paid Mate of Illinois, ill such case
mad and provided, that on the firM ilsli 'lay of
Septt iiilwr, A. 1. 1891. at a publ'c sale, "..y the
County Treasurer of said County of Kock Inland,
cf lands -ind lots air-iinst which .iitctirineiif wis
renderfd for delinquent taxes, rpecial n-s( ss
nitnts and costs, ait; honzed liy Ihe laws ef this
stxte I. Jacob f tiohiner, purchased 1. ts eielit (8),
nine (IM. ten (10) and ele ven (11) in M ck one
hundred (bK1) in the village of Andalusia, in toi:
ship of Andalusa. net h rane three 3 west of
Ihe fourtti (4te pril.ripal nit-ridiau, situate in said
county and stale, at.d paid therefor the amount of
stid judt-mei.t cn sa l above described re il estnte ;
that the above dereribed laud or lot was taxoit in
the name of Kani Kcnwonhy for tho year A. P
liO and prior yeurs and the time of redemption
of aid land or lots from said tutchaseat -aid
sale, w ill expire in two years from tile date of satd
sale, which will be on the 1st day of September,
A. L. 1S93, aud sai;l retic mption may be iua,:e oo
or befo lesaid lust mentiored da'e. at the ollice of
the Count v Clerk of sid Coui.tv of Kock Island.
Sercd this 27th day of Mav. 1K9J.
JACOB SsTKOHM EK.
ax Purchasers' Notiob.
STAT. OP ILLINOIS,
Hock Island County.
To c very person in actual poesieBion or cecn
pamy of tbe following- cerribed land or lots;
al.-o, the. person in whose name the same was
taxed or b: eciallv ESfeesed ; also, the owner of,
or parties interested t Herein, and to whom it may
Notice is hereby g.ven. as required by the
statutes of aaid state of Illinois, in such case
made and provided, that on September 1st.
A I.189l, at a public sale, by tbe county treasur
er of eaid county of Rock Isiand, of lands and lots
aeainst which judgment was rendered "for delin
quent taxes, special aseessmente and costs, an-
inorized by the laws f this state. '. J. II.'
Brookman, parchaeed lot 2 it wo) in block one
hundred and ninete-en !!' ) in the village of An
dalusia, in lownsnip Aiiuaiusia hoi-id. range a,
west of the 4ih principal meridian, sit
uated tn said county and stale, and paid
therefor the an ount of said judgment on said
above described real estate; t.jat the above de
scribed land or lots was taxed in the
name of unknown for the je. r A. D. 1890
and prior years, and the time of re
demption of said laud or lots from said
purchase at rale, will expire in two years from
the date of said pale, which will be on Septem-
oer 1st, A. u. iswa. ana said redemption may
be made on or before said last ment ioned eiat , at
the office of the couuty clerk of Slid county of
Bock Island, state or Illinois.
Served this 27th day of May, 189X
J. II. BROOKMAN.
JsilDE A COCKHORSE, TO
rf , HICAG0 OF COURSEJC Gft
fjiix Fdkchaskks' Notice
STATS O? ILLINOIS, 1
Kock IblanuCocntt, f
T every pe rson in atual poss ?ssion or occo
tmncv cf III.- following described land or kit :
also, tbe j erson in whose nine the same was
axed or soecially jissersert: ab.:. the owiersof.
or parties interested therein, unci lo whom ic may
Notice is hereby Liven, ts re quired by the s'at-
utc-s of sa'd state ef llnnc is, in such case made
nd provide'd, that on the Mist cav of 3eiteruler.
A. D.. 1S-9-'!, at a public sale, bv the County Treas
urer of saiil County of Kock Island, of lands and
lots n?airst which jiidi-'erueiit was rendered for
dellTquent taxes, spccist assessments and costs
authorized by ihe laws f tM- st te. I.J. II.
ri'Ookman. purchased lot thre e ct) in block one
hundred anil four (lt'4 in township of AndaMi-ia
nortl, racirc 3 west of the 4 rincipal meridian.
si In ate in said county and t-t .te, and paid there
for the nmciiot of sa'el judgement en Siid atwive
described r al estate; chat tic- above described
land or lot was tnxed i'i the nnme of rnrah
Ke nwortliy for 'he voir A 1 , 189(i. and vrbr
years, and the time of ree'emption of siid land or
et Irem sa:el puic''ase at bjicI sale, will cxpire
in two years from thadue of said s ile. wciich
will beou ihe first elay of replembcr. A. L.. l9.i.
r.nd su'd redemption may be- n'ftite on or before
sant last tucniioi.cn uat- at tne omro or the
County Clerk of said comity of Koek island.
.1 . HKUdhMA.X
Served th's 27ih day of May. a. 1)., 1-9!.
; v T-T ' -
y ;fWH IS BOSS.
Tif f , lTS ERITS FORCLEASlNr
. '- '. feb AN" WASHING THE! CLOTHRs
M- Jax assure it a welcome'
y-rtss- WHtKtvr-K IT GOES
IS THE BEST FOR EVERY HOUSEHOLD USE
all Grocers keep it.
pe. oNly by
N.K.FAIRBANK a CO.
AX PTJKCHASKR3' NoTICE
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island Covntt. f
'l o everv person in actual possession or occu-
laucv of the following rc-sciibt-d bind or lot
also, the person in whose n me the same was
taxed or specially ns-essea; also, tne owners or.
or parties interested therein, and to whom it
may conceMi :
Nediee is berehy civen. as required by tho
statutes or tne sine or i itnois. in such case
made ano pro. uled. that on the first (1) day of Sep
tember. A. 1). 191, at a pub'ic sale, by the
county treasurer or said conn y cf Hock Island,
of lands and !o's air: i list whvh .iadfMnent v.a
rendered for delinquent taxes, sp.-ciul assess
ments am: costs, authorlz-.'d ny the laws of this
state, I, Louis llartman, purchased lots -:ht I5SI,
nine (9i, and ten (10, in blocic one hunelreel and
one (10.), in the vibre of Andalusia, in Tocen
ship Anualusii North, Iian?e 8 we-sl of the 4lh
prii c!p' 1 meridian, situate iu said county and
slate, and paid therefor the amoui.t cf said
judgment on said above dc-ciilvcd real estate;
that the above described land or l.its was taxed ia
the name of Esther yinith for the vear A. I..
lMitl, and prior ye-ir-. anl the time of tedemption
of said l:nd or lets fre-m said purcha-c nt saiil
ale. will ex mrc in two wars from the date ot
said sale, which will be on the lirst (II day of
September. A. 1., ls'Ui, ai.d said redemption
may be made on or before sai.l last mei tioEed
dale, at the ollice of the county c!erk of said
county of Kock l'and.
Served this -jrtb day of Mav, 1S'.3.
AX Pur.OHASEKS' NOTICE.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
l-.OCK ISLAND l OrXTT. i
To every per-on in actual possession or occu
pancy or the following; described land or i ts : also
ne person in w nose name tne same was taxed or
necialiy assessed; also, theowners of, or parties
interested therein, aud to whom it may concern :
Notice is hereby riven, i s r.ciuired bv the sta-
ntes of said state of Illinois, in such ruse made
nd provided, that on the First (1st) day of Sen-
ember. A. D. 1S91, at a public sale, by the county
treasurei of said comity of Kock Island, of lands
nd lots aramst which lnopment was rendered
for delinquent taxes, special assessments and
costs, auiuorized by the uws of this s'.i-te I. J.
II. Krookman, purchased lot three (3) in block
one hundred and nineteen ( 119) also lot four (4)
n block one hundred and four(104 m the village
f Andalusia, in township Andalusia north, ranire
htce (3) wert of the fourth (4),pticcipa! meridian.
ltuate in said county and state, and paid therefor
he amoiiDt of said judgment ou said abo e des
cribed real estate; that the above described
land or lot was taxed in the name of S. M.
Honey for the year A. D. 1890 and prior years and
he time of redemption of eaid iacd or lot from
said purchase at said sale, will ep:re in two
rears from tne date oi sncn sale, wnicu win ue ou
Ihe 1st day of Nep-ember A. V. lb'.tS. aud said re
demption may be made on or l?fore said last
mentioned date, at tbe office of the couuty clerk
of said county of Kock island.
tjtrved thts-Ttii dayof -Mav, 1K93.
J. II 11RO0KMAX.
Men's Artistic Tailoring
The Fashionable Fabric for Spring and Saninw har
ax Purchasers' Notice.
ax Purchasers' Notice.
STATU OF ILLINOIS
Kock Islam d Cocntt. J
To every person in actual possession or occu
pancy of tbe fcdlowing described land or lot; also,
the person in whose name tbe same was taxed or
specially assessed ; also the owners of, or parties
interested therein, and to whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby (riven, a r. quired by the
statutes of said Mate of Illinois, in such case
made aud provided, that on the first (1st.) day of
September. A. D- 1891. 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, urchased lots one (11, two (S) and
three (8), in b'ock eleven (11) in tbe village of
Andalusia, in township of Andalusia, north, range
three 8) west of the fourth (4tb) principal meri
dian, situate in said county and state, and paid
therefor the amount of said judgment said
above described real estate ; that the above de
scribed land or lots was taxed in the name of cam
Kenwortliy for the year A. li. lbVO and prior years
aud the time of redemption of said land or lota
from said purchese at said sale, will expire in two
years from tbe date of said sale, which will be on
tbe lstoay cf September, A. I. 1M13, and said
redemption may be made on cr before said last
mentioned date, at the office cf the Com ty Clerk
of said County of Kock Island.
Served this 27th day of May. 1893.
i. 11. BRITTON.
STATE OK ILLINOIS. I
Kocr Island County. t
To everv prrson in aetual po-s -ss:on or orcu-
ancv of the following de serioed lan i or lot - ; al-
. the person m whose nam? the same was taxe d
r specially as--ssed; also, the owne s of. or
arttes interested inercni, anei to v. noin it mav
Notice is hereby triven, as reviM-i-rd by the
statule-s of said Mate of ill nois, m sueli ease
ule and provided, that on the lirst (1st) dav of
.iptcmhcr, A. 1. 1S91. al a public sale, by tbe
'ounty Treasurer of said County of Kck Island.
lands Hint lots t.eliist wli.ell :ud.'inent was
rende red for delinquent taxi s, s-ceial assess
ments and costs, authorized by Ihe laws e f this
late I, J. II. lSroohinan. purchased lots six id).
een (7. eiL'ht (SI, nine (91 and ten (10 in b ok
litiniired una nineteen (119: also, let one (1).
n hKrk one hundred nd thr.-e 103). in the vil-
ifje of Andalusia, in tovnshi of Anoalusni,
orib, raiiio Jliree U. west of liie fourth c4th)
rincipal meridian. s:tu-.t - m saul c oun'y and
ate, atel paltl l uereior me auiouni ci sall juili--icut
on Kiiel alMive described r.-al estate: th t til,'
abo e desc r bed land or lot. w as taxed iu the name
of S. eimorthy for the year A . V. 1:M and prior
ye ar-, and tbe lin.e of redeuiDtion eif said lund or
lots from said purchase at said sale, will expire in
two years from the date of said sale, which will
be oil tin- 1st day of Se ptember. A. 1) lsV.i.J. ami
said redemi t ion maybe made on or b-fere said
last mentioned dale, at the efflee of the? County
Clerk of said Ceuinty of Kock Island.
Served this S7ih day of ay. 1.-U3
J. U. toKOOKMAN.
Purch vskrs' Notice,
state of illinois, 1
lioe-K Islind County, ("
To everv person in actual possession or occu
pancy of the following described laud or lots;
also, the erson in whose name the same was
taxed ot specially assessed ; also, tbe owners of,
cr parties intete-ttcd therein, am to whom it may
Kotice is hereby given, as r quired by the stat
utes ot said State of Illinois, iu such case trade
and provided, thaloa tbe flrci day of -September.
A. V.. 1891. at a public sale, by the County Trca
urcr of said County of Kock Island, of land- and
lots against which judgment was rendered far
delinquent taxes, special kssecstneiita and cos s.
au hori.od by the law- of tUs state, I, J. II .
Brookman, purchased lots one(l) and six () in
block one bundled and four (101) In township of
Andalusia north, range three (3) wed of the
fourth (4) principal meridian, situste In fad
County and State, and paid therefor the amount
of sa cf judgment on said above described real
estate; that the above described land-or lot was
taxed ia tee name or S. M. Boney & Co.. for the
year A . D.. 18(H) and prior years, and the time of
redemption of said lind or lots from said pur
chase of aaid sale, will expire in two years from
the elate of said sale, which will he o tbe fl-st
Cav of September, A. I) , JS93, and said redemp
tion mav be made on or befjre stid last men
ttened date, at the office of the County Clerk of
said County of Kock Island.
J. H. BROOK VAN.
Served th's 27th day of Hay, A. i. ., lc3.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Call, and leave your order
"tar Block Opposite Harpkr HorsK;
231 Twentieth street.
INCUIilVJIiATF.il l"MF.i: TIIK STATK LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
Kock Island, III.
Open dally from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m., and Saturday evening from 7 n uv;.-.
Five per cent Interest paid on'Deposits. Money loaned o:i Persrn;". col
lateral or Real Estate security.
P. L. MITCHELL, Pres t. F. C. DEXKJIAN'S, Vice PrcsH. J. M . r.m !.:.
P. L. Mitchell, F. C. Ilenkmann. John Crubanch. Phil Mitrhell. II. P. II:. : 1 :
K. '.V. Hurst, J. M. Buford, John Volk.
Jackson &, IIukst, Solicitors.
Began business July 8, 1S90, and occupy the southeast corner of Mitchell Lyi.iVs r w fCLx
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Ointment in Capsnle, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for .External, Blind or
Bleedine Itchine, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Female weaknesses and mtny other dis
eases: it is always a preat benefit to the penertil
health. The first discovery of a medical enre ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy bae never oeen known
to fall. II per box, 6 for So; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
enarantee is positivly piyen with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample. Gnaractec lasted by our ager.1.
JAPANESE LIVER. PELLETS
Acts like ma-ic on the stomach. Liver and Bw
es: dispels Uyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous lisorder,"Mcep!essncs.l.-os- of Appeti'e.
restores the compaction : perfect cpfresuon fol
o! their us.-. Positive cure: lor 9k k Ueapachi
and Constipation. S-mali, milei. e asy lo take. Larue
Via'" of "d 'i Is 25 cent".
IIAKTZ & L'LLMKVKP fo Agents Kock Isl
PROPOSALS FOR FUF.Sil VEGKTABLSS
lleaitiMiirters Iep:irtinent of the Miouri.
Odiee Chief Ceiimii!ss.iry of Subsistence. 1im :ii" .
Illinois. April asi. 1M-3. Seale d prei:il-. in triplicate-,
will lie received at tiiisotH.-e until 11 o'clock
a. in., on Wednesday- the H'st dav of Mac. ls'.e.. at
which time anil place tiny w'il: be etpined in
preserce of bidders, for the fnin'rhinu' and de
livery of such quantities of fresu p ta-oes and
onions as may lie iccjuired by Ihe subsi-tenre de
t artment, 1 nited elates urrav, ai Forr llrady,
Yich.L-:in : Kent Leave-.worth, Kiti-n'; Fort Msck
incc, Michiin; Fort Iteno. ukbihoic-i Territory;
Fort Kiley. Kansas: Fort Sheridan, Illinois ; Fort
Sill, Oklahoma Territ rv: Fort supply, Indian
Tenitnry; Fort Wayre, "Michican: IndiniaiKili-e
Arsenal. Irdiana; Jetle-rson Karraeks. M;ssonri:
l x-k Is'iiml Arsenal. Illinois, and the Military
Prison, Foit Leavenworth, Kansns. (inrim: the
lime romrr.eceinjr.luly 1, aud a-ndiug "S-ivi-iulcr
lS'.ii. ProiHisa's will be receive i up t and
opened at the-same hour at the several r.ost by
tbe respective conniissnies of such posts, each
post commissary receivin.' preioeaIs f.r M own
post only, itlaiik for pro;osals and circu ar of
insiuictiors to ludders, uivini- f uli information as
to thcq-iality of vct-eiablea required, manner of
biddu:. con iitions to be observed bv h elders,
and ti'ruis of contract and pavmet t, will lie fur
ii shed on applicat on to th s office or to tbe nct
iD commissary cf sui-siste-nce at any post. The
government reserves tae rif-tit to rej. ct anyor all
1 roposals Envelopes c intaiuiu; proposals
should be marked '-Proposal for Fiesh VeKeta
ble,"' and sddrested to the undersigned or the
acting commissary of snhsig;en-e at the post bid
for. J. U OILMAN. Major and C. S., I . S.A.,
Chief Commissary of Suusistence.
Made from any old photo, executed in the most
artistic workmanship it
Kal.able Pnotographic T stablisl.r.'ent over Mc
Cabe's Satisfaction euarunleed.
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOARDING.
'aendforprscpe-iV.c O M POWEBS.Prfa
Wholes ile Dca'cr sn l !
Wines aud Liquors.
HiliJ tun! 1 ; 1 '1!,,
Is Life Worth Living.
That Depends Vpm V-
Will cure you and keep you v.e
Kor sale at Harper House rh.:ir::
Joiin Volk cSc Co.
8Mb Doors Blimle, Si.J:n,- r.coraf
.11 tlndsof WOOdlWOrli JO j";,.
Xishteenth St. het. Third and usD.