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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, JUKE 12, 1893.
I WHIFF'S SAIjU..
-mount or a cerium juumimui reccuii;
jKiera in lavor 01
s.jJ. iI';i , .."h'aVtele of the eaid defendant. Hen
,wfv'-r!' Te leT'cd nPon tne followinj
I.vri)'. ; V1, v taction four (4)
!'' ' '. i,N' --n (17). north ranire one (1
toi- 1 : i-,,.'ti i .ncipil roenuian. linaiel
we - 1 v ,,f Hi a ls'a'iJ and the rlatp of III
.r .j.,. i . aSi.or(t ilit of INtii, anil
'v acre, more or. lees
' ! i 're 'uTrHng to Haiti command I phallex
TI:'7 ",'jai public auction all the right, title
'.' , .t ,,f the alKive named, Henry
'' "',t i i the above described property ,011
6 '''T'l v nit day of Jnne.l!H3 afio'clo.lt p.
T'1; .!: .' r,irih door of the court house in the
c t 'uimd. in the county of ltoclt Island
. ( Uli'ii-i", for cash in hand, to satisfy
c v ..';.,n ami fee hill-
"lint.--' at K.m- Ir-land this Tlh day cf June. A.
I' 1 ! ' C. D. GORDON.
er'.tl of Kock Inland County, Illinois.
pMlMTRATOR's 8 LIS
iK KKAI. V.STATK.
. -, , ,.f :ii!)ortlor and decree of the mnty
,.( luk Island county, state of Ill-noi.
,s "1 '.',.11 tl.i iietition of the undersigned, Ji nea
?i'!,1.r-t.'ii. administrator of the estate of
!!.: : l nncll, deceased, at the May
v 1) 1 -a, of said court, to-vit, outhe 3d
"' . , -in vder entered on the I1HI1 ly of June,
.1 order ne a reauTer isinr.
' on the H- h day of Jr .y, A. D.,
1. lilA'j.lm.1. i.-, Il.a f.r..nU,n
I I'iOl'fc. 'I' lilt 4 lliini ' . rw ... .j,.. n,
- - .V. :it the north door of the couit house.
;:v "of Kick Island, in said connty, the
Je di'scribed as follows, to-wit:
I . vrtum tract or parcel of land sl atted ?a
i-':;nvst inarler of section number
JJ'irit i'-"), iOwiiutp nnmber niueieen
. r li ranee three yif cast of the Fourth (4)
.1 mi rid. an described as follows, beg'11
j ' feit e:it of the corner of sections CJ,
ilfil in the towpsh'p sforosaid ; thenra
vh !' feit. thence noun sb degrees, east
f, 1 1 lhetice north decrees, west 2I feet,
,,,. ,,.fi'on i-ne; thence west on the section
. , feet tathe place of bcgirulii;.
'nivJcd 'i tie to.iship of Canoe Creek,
r Kock lvlnil. siaie or li-inois. on lue
te:ms, t--w.t: Cash on delivery of
i itea this K'tli day of June. A. n.. 1S!.-
J. R JOHNSTON'.
i-'rator of tne Estate of Thomas B. O Don-
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
olice Comer Fifteeath street and Third Ave.
- -i-tedjthe Moline Savinsrs bans. Orcanized Tf88
5 IVr COT INTEREST AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized ur der State Laws.
l ir. from 9 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday and
Saturday nights from7to8pm
Por.TER SKrvNUR, - - President
i. A. ArsswoKTH, - - Vice-President
J r". iiEMEN way, ... Cashier
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
T. A. Kose, H. A. Air.sworth,
Oi. U . Edwards, W. H. Adams,
Andrew Friberfj. V. F. Hemcnway,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
n.f le for priva' parties in the r.'rden
sjiot of the wes'.Jtiy the
Orchard State Bank
E. .W. Dart. President.
J.S. Dabt Cashier.
Mitchell & Lyndc. Bankers.
F. Kobiron, cashier Rock Island Tsationai
'.. Carter M. T.
Henry lun Son-. Wholesale Groer.
.. recial exccuuna aim icouiii ro
BvTirI"i'o'ii o'f'tlie clerk's office of the county
F- ''","!' - Island county, and state of Il'inoi.
i.r n;' . , wherebvl ana commanded to
Carpenter and Builder,
OKrICK: NO. --21 SIXTH AVENUE.
Shop on Vine Street. ROCK ISLdTSD, ILL.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON.
CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS
All Kinds ot Carpenter Work Bone.
General Jobbing done on short notice anC EatisractloL; gcaranteed.
vihr jid Shov. 121 TiB-elitH Street.
City 'Bus and Express L,ine.
V-lephono Rock Island or Harper Hotels for 'bus or espreee
wagon and you will receive prompt attention,
TIM3ERT.AKF. & SPENCER, Props
GHAS. Hi! WKAGHER,
Propiietc or of the Biady t. -st
Ad kinds of Cut Flowers constantly on hanu.
3-cea Houses Flowur Store
ne block from Central park, the larest"in Iowa. 304 Brady street, Davenport, la.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contreictor and Builder,
C JBce and Shop 2" E rMeenth Street,
All kinds of carpenter work a specialty. Flans and estimate for all kind of bulldingi
has often wasted time and material in
trying to obtain a shade of color, and
has even resorted to the use of ready
mixed paints, the ingredients of which
he knew nothing, because of the diffi
culty in making a shade of color with
white lead. This waste can be avoided
by the use of National Lead Company's
Pure White Lead
These tints are a combination of per
fectly pure colors, put up in small cans,
and prepared so that one pound will
tint 25 pounds of Strictly Pure White
Lead to the shade shown on the can.
By this means you will have the best
paint in the world, because made of
the best materials
and pure colors. Insist on having one
of the brands of white lead that are
standard, manufactured by the " Old
Dutch " process, and known to be
strictly pure :
"Southern" "Red Seal"
" Collier " " Shipman"
These brandn of Strictly Pure White Lead
and National Lead Co.'s Pure White Lead
Tinting Colors are for sale by the most re
liable dealers in paints everywhere.
If you are going tc paint, it will pay you
to send to us for a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
Only cost you a postal card.
' NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 Broadway, New York.
State and Fifteenth Streets.
makes no difference what kind. Using
Ejeasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so when
is used. Cheerfully proceeds the
labor of wash-day with health and
long life assured. Hands all right
hearts light clothes pure and white
as a Greenland snowdrift.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago.
rit.'T.,. Caotv Mkf..tllfSklii9a
Uliii:'.iiu lot uvair and
A new and Complete Treatment, eonslsticp cT
Ruppositories. Ointment in Capsnls, also in Box
ana P11U; A Positive Cnre for External, Bl'nd or
Bleeding Itchinc, Chronic. Recent or Heredi'ity
Pi'es, Feualb witaknkssks r id many other dis
eases ; it is always a great -neTit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cnre ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Remedy has never been knows
to fall, tl per box. 6 for SA; sent bv mall. Why
snffer from this terriable disease -when a written
paarflTitee is positivly piven with bottles, to re
fnnd the money if not cared. Send stamp for
free samale. unaractee lasted byonr aseat.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like made on the Stomach, Liver and Bw
es : dispels iiyspepsia. Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Disorders,Sleeplessness,Loss of Appetite.
re3res the complection: perfect digestion fol
lows 1 he - use. Positive cure for Sick IIsadacbi
nn i Constipat ion. Small, mild, e asy to take. Large
Vis's of CO P"ls 25 cents.
BARTZ & CLLMKYER Sole Apenta Kock Isl
ana i 11
: : Rock Island
xS-y CI U
KOLL OF HONOR.
(t ontinued From Seventh Page)
neither absent nor tanly during year,
John Peterson. Viola (Jiililing.
Grades 3 and 2 Miss J. L. Wilcox,
teaehcr; absent one-half da-, Annie
Mauckor, Hanna Nielson. Willie
Hamilton, Rert Charles; absent one
day, C-arl Peterson.
(irade 8 Miss C ara Levey, teach
er; neither abse.it nor tar lv, David
Nanberg; absent one-half da'-. Eva
(Jrade Miss Bridie M. Egan,
teacher; neither absent nor tardv.
Willie Roske-, Carl liuss.
lioys neither absent nor tardv: Je
rome Ajipe.iulst, Pan'. Haker, Albert
Brandenburg, Hcrt 111, Marcus L-mui,
Milton Silvis, John Stewart: girls
neither absent nor tardv, (iraeo
Bromley, I.uella lliithniaker, Kate
Lambert, Alma Litt, Kati McCabe,
Margaret McKibben. Mabel Porter,
Lena Kaible, Olga liochow: not ab
sent, but. tardy once: May Nchlndler.
(ieorge Sears; boys absent one-half
day, not tardy: Ed B -andenburg,
Joe (Joldsmith, Will Sweenev; girls
absent one-half day, not tardy. Lou
ise Atkinson. Flora Ludolph, May
Walki Luiu Webb; absent one dav,
not tardy: Albert Dart, Sam Dart.
Fred Hamilton. Geo -go Lee, Ben
Payne, Cari Rochow. Elmer Strahlc,
Laura Bamberger. Anna Bernhardt,
Clara P.eck. Mamie Brennan. Etta
Schneider. Eva Eekhart, Ca--rie Ehr
liorn, Katie (Jottsman. Isabel McCon
ochie, Cl:ta Sears: absent one day,
tardv once. Elzina Kinner. Arthur
The Veal of an ICpisropallnn ltishop.
It may safely Ik assert that not one of
liis episcopal brethren bus ever performed
such ix feat a formed an episiKle in theearly
life of the bishop of Norwich. After serv
ing a couple of years as curate under Dr.
Hook at Leeds, Mr. fhecpshnnks went out
to British Columbia in 1S59, when that col
ony was a fiir wilder and more isolated
country than now. He did eight years of
rouh work, and then determined to come
Lome for a holiday at all events, electing to
travel via Japan and China, in those days
a by no means familiar route. For months
he disappeared entirely from mort-al ken,
and Lis family lcjan to ent-rtiiin serious
misgivings as to Lis fate.
Oneevening a young Cambridge man, aft
erward Lead master of a well known gram
mar school, but tutor for the nonce to a
Russian prince, was smoking a cigarctt; in
Lis rooms in St Petersburg when his serv
ant announced that a moujik wanted lost
him very urgently. The unknown visitor
was shown up and apjicared in the well
worn giirb from which Brian O'Lynn de
rived his simple but practical sartorial no
tions. To Lis host's utter bewilderment
tLis uncouth licing addressed him in re
fiul English und presently explainetl that
he was a brother Cantab desirous of secur
ing his good olTi'-es. The man, in short,
was the Kev. John Hheciishaiiks. who. Lav
ing l(iiiltl some six mouths lefore near the
mouth of the Amoor river, had made his
way alone and on foot through Tartary,
Toorkist.in and Siberia to the banks of the
Ntva. si. James Ciuzettc.
The i'l.ysician unil the TMtioiit.
The physician was young; so was the pa
tient. The case was strauge. None of the
symptoms corresponded with any known
disease. The physician was perplexed. He
came every day. The patient grew worse.
Nothing seemed of the least use. Presently
the physician liegan to susjx-ct something.
The trouble was mental perhaps of the
Leart perhaps. He watched and waited.
His suspicions grew stronger. At last he
charged the patient with the thing. "I le
lieve," he said, "that theru is nothing in
tho world the matter with you, but that
you are' ia love." With blushes and tears
the patieut confessed that this and nothing
else was devouring her, so that sue was
growing worse and worse daily.
"And does.the man know!-" "Alas!" she
replied, "he does not even suspect." "Can
you tell him?" "Never." "Will you tell
me, then? I might at least advise." She
hung her head and hesitated. "Come,"
lie said, with kindly encouragement, "tell
me all; make a clean breast of it. It will
do you no harm and may do you good.
Besides, a physician is a father confessor."'
'"Since you Lave asked me." she replied,
with some confusion, '"come tomorrow.
Then perhaps if I can I will tell you."
Outhe morrow Le arrived. TLe patient
placed in Lis Land a slip of paper and left
Lici Lurriedly. He opened the paper and
read "II Samuel xii.7." This text yon may
look r7? unless you know the story already.
Walter Bcsant in London IJuecii.
Kticjuette of Spoon axicl Nupkiii.
If a man has a mustache which falls
down over Lis mouth, he may be pardoned
for putting the point of the spoon to Lis
lips. But when you see well dressed men
and women, Uk raise their eibow and pour
their soup down their throats from the
point of the spoon, as you would feed a
KUcklilig babe, you regret that they caniiot
be given a year's course iu a scl:iol for de
portment. It is the same with the napkin.
It is utterly inoKcusable for a man to put
Lis napkin in the top of Lis vest, and when
it comes to sticking it in Lis collar like a
Lib, as a great many do, it. is ail but repul
sive to one of reliniid U.stes. It is a great
relaxation for me to escape the confining
duties of the de.-k and watch pi"ople feed
themselves. Interview in Washington
The pleasant elTeet and perfect
safety with which ladies may use the
California liquid laxative. Syrup of
Figs, tinder all conditions, makes :t
their favorite remedy. To get the
true and genuine article, look for the
name of the California Fig Syrup
company, printed near the bottom of
World- Fair Kut-H.
The Burlington route (C. B. & Q.
R. R.) will well round trip tickets
from Rock Island to Chicago and re
turn from April 25 to October 31.
18!)3. inclusive, at ?S; final limit for
return November 15. K'.)3. Contin
uous going passage date of sale.
Continuous return passage on cr be
fore linal limit. Children of live
years and under 12 years of age halt
of above rates.
II. D. Mack. Div. Pass. Au't..
Rock Island, 111.
M. J. Yoi'NG, Agt., Rock Islanil.
June S. Moline Malleable Iron Co.
to -Emma Rungc, lot .5, hlock 9, Pitts,
Gilbert oi Pitts', Second add., Moline,
Emma Runge to Charles Bobke. si
lot 5, block ;. Pitts, Gilbert & Pitts'",
Second add.. Moline, $450.
Sarah C. Murray to F. S. Cool, lot
4. block 20, Brighton's add., Cordova.
C. P. Kyder to J. C. II. Read, lots
2 and 3, Assessor's plat :V.i, is, lw,
J. C. II. Rtad to C. P. Ryder, lot
2, Assessor's plat :i.i, IS, lw, $5.o0O.
J. C. II. Read to C. P. Ry.ler,
und l-t) Assessor's lots 2 and 3, 3:5.
IX. lw, $1,000.
J. .T. Reimers et al to J. X. Hun
toon, lot 27, block 4. South Park add..
Rock Island. $1.5o.
June . Marv W. Billings to Peter
D. Rogers, lot 12. block William
Dickson's add.. Milan, $Suo.
S. W, Wheclock to E. C, Nichol
son, lot 13. block (3. Pitts, Gilbert &
Pitts' Second add., Moline, $700.
A. O. T. Hose Co. to E. C. Nichol
son, lot 12. block fi. Pitts. Gilbert &
Pitts' Second add.. Moline. $(iOO.
Alexander Jackr-on to J. Z. Fuhr.
ei nwj and ei sw and wi so J 23, 1',
Alexander Jackson to Ferdi ami
Me.ves. w nw 23, Hi, 5w. $1.2o0.
Ellis Rouse to Peter 1). Rogers,
tract by metes and bounds. 31. 17,
June !t Estate of Johanna Ml
tJuire. Letters of administration is
sueil to Henry L. Wheelan. Bond
tiled and approved.
Estate of Susan C. Flagg. Will
and codicil admitted to probate.
Kcttcrs testamentary issued to Miss
C. M. Hlood. Bond waived bv will.
What Shakespeare Might Have Said.
To tPkc or not to t.Vse. that is the question
Whether .t is be..er for a man to uflr.
The pan;.' anil torments of indigestion,
or something take. and. in its tr'cir t end
Shakespeare didn't fJy that, but ve.y ":,-.ely
he would have said co neth'n ri a!'ar, if he were
livirj; in thii 1! h century. Ihento many Mitft r
uutiilil agilities from imliirestiou. Of oonrc he
would have rone imln say that a man m tin be fool
not to take tho "goseihint;' which would put n
end to the pane's ptJ torment'' pn ken of. if he
Could cet it. Now it N a fart that we?':cned.
impoverished blood brings on ir.dige xtion. wh ili
is the raue of dyspepsia, constiput'on a poison
ed eoLiiitiou of the whole sjstem and It s a fact
also, that Dr. Pierce's t, olden Medical Di.cove
will so per if. v the blood and er.rirh it that all the
weakened organs r-c revitil zed and strrr-th-ened
It Is gua.nnteed to do tl-'.'. I." it doesn't,
yo:ir money w"i be ri.u...ed to yen
Se2i4o! K'ert ikll Ntl
Notice is hereby civell ttlut on l ue-eay, .Tune
it. A. U ls'.i. t-. the i j of Kock Islan!, 1 lli
no's, in elti.l:on w'1! be held fii two niembcrs
of the Hoard of Education, which eltction will be
opened at S o'cioclt n tho morn' and continue
thereafter n"t I 7 o'c'ock iu t' e e;.ioon of that
OTTM. l'l AOS
Voters of the F'rst ward wi" vote at the Frank
lin hose house, located n s:iid ward.
Vofers of the S cond ward will vote at the
Phoenix hose house heated in said ward.
Voters of the lu'-d ward will vole ut the Wide
awake hose house, located in aid ward.
Vo. ers of the Fourth waul will vote at the
Dlm'ck liverv s able, located tn paid waul.
Voters of toe F. fib ward wi'l vote at the Fifth
Ward hose home.
Voters of the pixth ward will vote at the Cable
hose house, located in said ward
Voters of the Seveuih ward will vote at the
Giloin hope house, located in said ward.
1 ue several polling places alw ve named wi'! be
open on Tuesday, June li. and Tuesday, J une
1-'. ;, for the purpose of registration of voters '
T.J. AlFioi.L, Ji., flavor.
Reck Island, 111.. June 3. im.
I sttlTereil from acute inflammation
in my nose and head for a week at
a time I could not see. I vised Kly's
Cream Halm and in a few days I was
cured. It is wonderful how ipiick it
helped inc. Mrs. (ieorgie S. Judson,
Roing a sufferer from chronic
catarrh, and having derived great
lietielit from the u.e of Kly's Cream
Halm. I can highly recommend it.
lis sales are far in excess of all othe.
catarrh remedies. 'A. Fran ken,
Druggi.-t. Sigoiirnev. Iowa.
Fits All fits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
lits after the llrst day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Troaiseand 2 trial Lot"
tie free to tit oases. Send to Dr
Kline. 31 Arch street. Philadelphia
Pa For sale by all druggists; call
jRP. EVIDENCE That iht bloo-i is
wrong; and thai nature is critr i
crine to ti'rorv cjf the impurities.
Aothing is so b:n;Jicial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.)
It is a simple iegetaole compound. Is
harmle ss to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blacJ. '
I contracted a severe case of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
tew bottles of Swift's Sieciiic (S. S. ij.) cured
me. J.C. Jones, City Marshal.
Treatise on I4ood and Skin Diseases mailed
S Wirt b-bci?ic Co, Atlanta, Lii.
Jotm Volk & c;o..
HOUSE BULTJDE RS.
Sash Doors Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
aid it kin la of wow". orfc for tnUdera.
Bixhteenth St. re'.. Third end Fee a aye.
for Infants and Children.
THIRTY years ob nervation ot Caatorlav wltli the patronagg ot
mUllona of persona, permit tn to upeah of It without enetitng.
It la nnqneatlona'bly the peat remedy for Infanta aad Children
the world ha ever known. It ia harmlew. Children like it. It
givca them health. It will wave their lives. In it Mothers have
omething which ia ahaolntely aafe and practically perfect mm ay
Caatoria deatroya Worm.
Caatoria allaya reveriahneaa.
Caatoria prevents vomiting Soar Cnrd,
Caatoria enrea DiaiThoia and Wind Colio.
Caatoria relieves Teething Trochlea.
Caatoria cnre Constipation and Flatulency.
Caatoria nentraligea the effects of carbonic acid gaa or polaonon air.
Caatoria does not contain morphine, opinm, or other narcotic property.
Caatoria assimilates the food, regnlates the stomach and howela,
giving healthy and natnrat sleep.
Caatoria la pot np In one-size bottles only. It Is not sold In jhnlk.
Don't allow any one to sell yon anything else on tho plea or promise
that it Is jnst as good " and M will answer1 every parpota,"
See that yon Kt C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Children Cry for
THE MOLINE WAGON,
Manalacturers oi FARM, SPRING AND FREIGHT WAGONS
A fall and complete line of Platform and other Spring Wajrone, especially adapted to tea
eptera trade, of superior workmanehlo ard finish Illustrated Price List free on
uviic&tion. See the MOLINK WAGON before onrchafing. 4
Heating and Ventilating Engineers,
Gas and Steam Fitting,
A complete line ci Pipe, Braes Goods, Packiug Ho6e,
Fire Brick Etc. Largest and best equioped
eetablisliment we8t of Chicago.
DAVIS Ki-CHjis. Jiloline, 111. 1 12. 1 14 West Seventeenth et.
Telephone 2053. j Telephone 1148. Kockulan.
w.r-sidence Teleuhone 1 16ft
vr.'vii7 5t the line of spring vehicles, and the
largest assortment of
Harness, Laprobes, Whips, Etc.,
Fist Fourth Street.
DIRT DEFIES THE
IS GRF'1 "" THAN -va-?
ELY'S CREAM BALM Cleanfw the KaMtJ
ruiMtHKeii. Alia v I'&iit mimI Intlammation. Heals
the Noren. !(itorH
Oivea lie lief at
Annlu into the AW rite.
50c Urugsista or by taaU.
la on every
Tnt Hfiil Smell, anrf Cu
uuce for CXM ia lleml
It i Lmirklu Abmrld.
U.X BU08., 66 Warren fct,
furnished on application