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THE AliGUS, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1893.
THE TRAVELERS' ttUIDE.
M ZS&u H. Plnmmer. agent.
Council iinu. Minueso- i
Dy Kxpress. ... I
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Washington Express ..
Omaha Express ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
tenia Express -
Kansas City Limned . ...
ptoart-Rock Island Express
at. Paul and Minneapolis....
i :05 am
s i nm
t :45 am
a .VI am
a -nil am
5 :40 pm
Kansas City ana oi. nut
Denver, Colorado Spring J
and Pueblo I
3 :50 pm
Daily. Going east. iQomgwest.
TJRUSGTON ROUTE-C B Ji. . RAIL
J war Depat First avenue and Bixt.entb st
. J. Young, aaein
aSTEoTulixpres. 40 am 7:40 pm
T iTai Kxprei. 7:40 pm e:40as
5" piS sYprV.. -. 6:60 pit 7.54 a.
SUrfowPassenger :e0p 10Sam
Marling Passenger -. 7:65 am 0 pm
Daily. : :
CHICAGO. M LL.W A UKK B ST. PAUL RAIL
Cs way Racine Southwestern Division De
rot Twentieth street, between First and Second
arcane. E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
' TRAINS. iTJL- AB1
Hail and Express 32"i liam
St. Paul Express 4.4tfpm 11.45 am
Ft. Accommodation :4 n- 0 on
BOCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. LBAva Aaarva.
Fast Mall Express 8:06 am 7 :06 pm
Bxpreas :pm! 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation ?2mm! 2.? 5
4 :O0 pm1 8:u6 m
TJRLINGTGN, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
em railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav
nport. J.B.Hannegan, Qen.T'kt A Pass.Asent.
Pavenport Trains. Leave, j Arrive.
b4:55 pm bl0:45am
Freight. S:00 amlbll:15pin
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Train tNorth. .Son'h.
Passenger. b7:-m bl0:pm
alO-.SIpm a Wan
a6 45 am
Preluht bl :15 pm bS:D0am
b9:15pm bl :15pm
aDaily. bDally except Sunday.
Going South and east
afOflT DIRECT BOTJTB TO THE
East. South and Southeast.
11 :15 am
S :90 pm
S :04 pm
4 :33 pm
Prince villa ..
Blaomington I 1:15 pm
Springfield 3:40 pa
Jacksonville 4'0C pm
TWarnr :50 pm
12 05 n't
Danville- 3:50 pm
Indianapolis 6:55 pm
Terra Haute 7:10 pm
Bvansvillo 1 :1 am
&t; Ixmis I 7 :3t) pm
Cincinnati ,11 00 pm
- t. HD:10 imi 3:50 Dm
Ar! Rock Island. I l:pm! 7:06pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
6:00a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 1:50 p.
rm una 1:13 a. m. Lmvv rewn o.w m.
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 ;GG p.m. and 1:S
All trams ran daily except Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart union
enot. Peoria. ,
Free Cnaircaron Fast Expreas between Rock
isiona ana retina, wlu uirovuvuv.
Through ticket to all points; baggage cnecked
L. Rock Islam 10 am J.00 pm
Air. Reynold , llO.anam 5.06 pm
" Cable 11.00 tn 5.40pm
Lv. Caoia 6.' am 1J0 pm
Ax. Reynold 7.00 Bm 1.45 pm
" Bock llnd 7.55 am 3.00 Pin
B. B. SUDLOW, - . TOCKHOrSB
Sqperimendent. .'! Tkt. Age-1
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE "KAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
adopting any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
i thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, raagnilieent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are imortant items. They
are a double duty to the company
and to traveler?- and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for comp.fcint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
grounds, and you can save time and
trouble by getting off at that point
and avoid the crowd in the elty.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office, in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pasn. Agt., Chicago, 111.
K. St John, Gen1! Mgr. Chicago, 111.
THAT MAKES COOD CLOOD
Will completely change the blood fa fonr system
la three month. time, and send new, rich biood
coursing through your veins. If you feel exhausted
and nervous, are getting thin and all run down,
Gllmore's Aromatic Wine, which Is tonic and not
beverage, will restore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, nse It for your daughters. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for alt ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blood and gives lasting
strength. It Is guaranteed to cure Dlairbcea, Dys
entery, and all Summer Complaints, and keep tua
Sold by all druggists for 11 per bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
nently cures all forms of
Nervous Weakness, Emis
sions, Spermatorrhea, Ira
potency and all effects of
abase or ezcesses; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of cases ; is
I ha nnlv nklinblA and bon-
lie fore ami A. Iter. Mt medicine known: ask
druggists for Wood's PH0srHODt: If he offers
some worthless medicine in place of this, leave
his dishonest store, enclose price In letter and
we will send von by return mail. Price one package
SI : six, $5; one will please, six will cure; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps; address
, u i-4 u am, ivnu
131 Woodward avenue. Detrait Mich.
PROFESSIONAL CARE 8.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in Mitchell
n, Lynde't new diock. a
i TTORHET8 AT LAW. Office In Rock lsi .
(LSational Bank Building, Rock Island. 111.
D. SWBBMBT. - o. 1.. WAtaSf
tTORNBY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LA
OfBce in Bengston's block. Rock Island, Hi
McEMRT & McENIRr,
iTTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money ot no
security, make collections. Reference. MifV
ellALynde. bankers. Offlee in Postofflce blocs
S. W. ODELL,
1 TTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byron.
A and during the past two years with tho firm of
irowning A Entriken at Moline, has now opened
tn office In the Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. Sbabxb. S. W. Sbablb.
SEARLE 3c SEARLE.
I TTORNEtS and Counsellors at Law and So
Alicitors In Chancery; office Bciord's block.
R, Mi PEARCE,
doom S3 in Mitchell A Lynde'e new block
OR. J. Ei HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
o 1716 Second avenue, over Krell Math's.
3RS. BICKEL &SCHOEUAKER
vlitcheP & Lynde's Block. Rooms 89-81
Edward L. Hammatx. Clark H. BtroRD.
HAMMATT & BUFORD,
AKCHITECrS, Rock Island, HI. Office Room
41. Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR.
Plats and superintendence for all'claas oi
ttooms 53 and 55. Mitchell A Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of tbc Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. H. Telephone No. 1209.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Third Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 13 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Hollowbueh, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHYSICIANS AND 8TJRGKONS,
Office 409 23rd st. Telephone 10H5
Kesidence 721 21st st. " 1188
omci uoens :
Dr. Barth I Dr. Uollowbush
9 to 10 a. m. 10 to 12 a. m.
ltoaud7 tottp.m. I i to 5 and 7 to 8p.m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCullongh Building, 134 W. 3d Bt.
Hoars : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mrs as, M. D. Gro. W. Wbeblbk,'M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ttkrery matt Dineaaes mt Wsea
Office over Krell A Math's. Telephone) 1148.
13 to 12 a.m. - -2
to 5 acd 7 to 9 p. m.
tes. telephone 1200,
I dr. yniui.
8 to 10 a. m.
11 to 3 and t to t p. m
Res. telephone. 11M.
Interesting; Views Anent the Action off
New York's legislature.
Again a bill for the abolition of capital
punishment in this state has been passed
by the assembly, and again it has been de
feated in the senate.
When a measure to the same effect was
passed by the lower house a few years ago,
Kemmler was awaitins execution by elec
tricity as the first victim of the new meth
od of judicial killing, and in some quarters
its passage was absurdly attributed to sin
ister influences exercised by the electric
companies. In others It was treated as a
mere freak of the assembly, indicative of
no positive and settled conviction against
The vote on Monday and the very intelli
gent discussion of the measure which pre
ceded H prove that there is such conviction
in the minds of the great majority of the
assembly. The vote was 78 to 30, and the
arguments in favor of the bill were all
practical and reasonable and not iu any
measure sentimental. They were based on
the easily demonstrable fact that murder,
the highest crime of all, is more likely to go
unpunished than any minor form of crime,
and that consequently the penalty of death
does not justify its savage severity by act
ing as a deterrent from murder. Last year,
said Mr. Malby during the debate, only
about iy per cent of the murderers were ex
ecuted. The penaltylhat should be admin
istered with the most certainty and with ab
solute equality is actually administered
with the least certainty and the most in
equality: A pickpocket gets his just de
serts from a jury. A murderer stands a good
chance of escaping from them, so hard ia it
to get a jury who will send a man to death.
Putting aside all other considerations,
this is an argument from experience, which
has prevailing influence with the assembly.
In voting for the abolition of capital pun
ishment that body voted for a penalty
whose infliction would lie surer and more
conducive to the ends of justice and be a
more effectual deterrent from murder. As
it is, the death penalty remains, but experi
ence indicates that the average sentiment
of juries is so far opposed to it that practi
cally it gives encouragement to the mur
derer rather than strikes terror to his heart.
The larger consideration is whether the
brutalizing example and effect of killing
men by law do not stimulate in the com
munity the savage thirst for blood more
than they frighten men from murder.
In the senate the bill was defeated by an
even more decisive vote than that by which
it was passed in the assembly, or by 24 to 6.
The very preponderance of this present op
position to the abolition of capital punish
ment suggests, however, that a disagree
ment between the two houses so total can
not continue indefinitely. The increasing
favor shown by the assembly to the propo
sition is likely to extend to the senate.
In all the civilized states of the world
capital punishment is either abolished out
right or is so rarely administered for the
crime of ruurder that its entire disuse seems
to be near at hand. Cold blooded killing
as a public penalty is repugnant to modern
civilization. Xew York Sun.
What Itecomes of "Trophies."
The girl who has a brother knows and
there is something sad in this she knows
what becomes of faded flowers, bits of rib
bon and the like. She has seen her brother
caref ally fasten a red rose close to a certain
photograph upon the wall. She has noticed
his agitation when the housemaid happened
to dust both the rose and the picture to the
floor. She has watched him save the pieces
of that dried up rose, and after that she has
heard him wonder why he was such a sim
pleton about that girl, and has seen him
consign the broken posy, with a lot of other
rubbish, to the flames. She has known
him to take out tender relics that have been
carefully wrapped and laid away and ask
himself where on earth they came from or
why he ever kept them.
On one occasion she profited by a bitter
lesson which he learned. They Were board-
'ing he and she in a house where there
were a number of young people, several or
whom had been out together one evening.
When the brother had retired to his room
that night, he drew a flower from his but
tonhole and held it up. "Another trophy,"
he said languidly and dropped it in the
grate. The next day at table his blunder
ing roommate was accusing him of being a
hardened flirt and to prove his statements
told the "trophy" story.
The lesson came in here. The girl who
had given him the flower happened to be
sitting opposite, with lire in her eyes, and
heard it all. Since that time she has been
almost as wary about giving flowers to sen
timental youths as though she bad a broth
er of her own. Chicago News-Record.
A Bouquet Spoiled Hia Chances.
Shortly after the inauguration of Mr.
Cleveland in 1S85 a young fellow came here
from one of the western states and applied
for a consulship ia Germany. He was splen
didly indorsed, and after an interview with
the chief executive he thought sure he had
a "cinch" on the place. He returned to his
hotel in great spirits.
Days and weeks passed and nothing defi
nite came from the White House.
Finally the young man concluded he
would remind the president that he was
anxiouslyju-aiting to hear from him. Should
he send a note? No, that wouldn't do.
The young man hit upon a novel idea. This
was to send Mr. Cleveland a floral offering.
He went off to Freeman's and ordered a
splendid bouquet, which he directed sent
to the president with his compliments.
Two days later Senator .the young
man's influence, went up to the White
House to ascertain what chances his con
stituent had for that consulship.
"None whatever," was Mr. Cleveland's
emphatic reply. 'I dismissed his case
from my mind two days ago f.ien 1 re
ceived a present at his hands. It was a
bouquet." Washington News.
How to Stay Well.
Today the physician is asked not only
how the sick may be healed, but how the
well may stay well. From the less serious
maladies immunity is largely a question of
taking care Af one's general health and
vigor. To maintain a healthful condition
wholesome food, abundant exercise, clean
liness, temperance iu all things and the
avoidance of trouble are indispensable.
Every one will assent to this, while not one
in a hundred will remember it five minutes.
We remember what we like; the rest we re
fer to our neighbors. What a world we
make of It! Popular Science Monthly.
Wanted a Book on Courting;.
The requests made to editors are curious
at times. One of the frankest ever made
public was addressed to The Scotsman re
cently, the envelope bearing a request that
the letter Bhould be handed to any book
seller in Edinburgh. The letter ran: "The
kind of book that i want is a Courting book
a book. that will tell me how to talk to
the lass that I love, a book that will tell
me the words to say to her and the words
to ask her when i be courting her is the sort
of book that I want. No matter how few
or how little the words may be."
A Little Girl's Bxuensncs tn a L'ghthoesa
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Reach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was take'n down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o-bones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Dfseovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If vou are not feeling strong and
healthv, try Electric Bitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy vou need. Large bottles
only 50c. at Ilartz & Ullemeyer's.
BICKLES'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi lively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Ilartz & Ullemeycr
Want to l.a. k fciW.lvun Ak1.
New Yimck, .June 15. In a letter to Ar
thur T. Lumley, of The Illustrated News.
P. II. Hull, a lending physician of Pio
neer. Tex., states that there nre a half-
dozeu of well-to-do business men in the
city who stand ready to back John L. Sul
livau to the amount of 20,0U0 against Jas.
Corbett, providing that Sullivan would
undergo a thorough training of at least six
Rheumatism Cared in a Day.
"Mvstic Cure"frr rheumatism and
neuralgia radically cures in one to
three davs. Its action upon the sys
tern is remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and the
disease immediately disappears. The
lirst dose greatly benelits 75 cents.
Otto Grotjas, Druggist,
When Baby was sick, we gave u-r t.&Rtoria.
When die was a Child, she cried for Costotia.
When she became Mi.1, sho dung to Castoria,
When she bod Children, she gave them Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
All the employes, numbering about 000,
of the Nashville cotton mills, have struck
against an attempt to reduce wages.
COL. C. W. DEAN,
SUNSTRUCK IN BATTLE I
DR. MILKS MEDICAL CO., Ki.ktiaft,
I ni. I must say the Kestorativ. Nervine
and Nerve and Liver fills have done me
l OU YEARS I HAVE JTOT FKLT AS
WELL A3 NOW.
The starting point of my disease wm a
sunstroke received in battls before Fort
Hudson, Louisiana, June 14th, lWi. I'p to
the time of beginning to take Ir. Miles'
1 as Remedies I had had a con
n f tinual distracting pain In my
head; also, weak spells, and the past four
years I have had to give up everything
of an active character, and stay in the
house for Afl I f months at
m t I m . ; vt n E. J could not
walk uront the .treet1 KNOW YOl ll
It KM EDI KS HAVE Ct'KKD ME, and that
111. care will be permanent. He vera 1
here are using your remedies, and all speulc
well of them. Yours truly.
COL. C. VV DEAN.
National Military Home, Dayton, O.
DR. MILKS' NEK VTNK Is the most eer
4Un cure for Ileadach., Neuralgia, Nerv
ous Prostration, IMxxinesa, Spaama, Sleep.
leasnea Dullnaas, Blues, and Opium
llablt. Contains no opiates or dangerous drugs.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
Dr. MILES' PI LLS. 60 Doses 25 Cts.
235 Wis. Street
YOUNG j ID
kidar Troaklci. 4t.. vl(htut ' rtto
Untft. NoCO.I. CU-cularrr Wf-o.lns. all or
write as above for Pymptoiu lllank r.'. - "
lawaaniTitat-. The vjr)fci.f.i. lrni . r "ol
tuorrv 1 r'.na 'TasiiiGn r l"--
fall odors for the handkarcbiet
UiemostdeliKhtrul and rturau
i saiiPLE ani
I $AMIE IDTTII fall to two
1.B BLHr UME ' MmniM. Mjld
lypif ' PEWV PKUO CO.t Milwauk VV1
I Lrl - i: fj
"DISEASES OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN."
a too averts dollars, tent aealtd for toe.
Reader, suffering from any complaint peculiar to the female sex, ZOA- TliOR v u
worth everything to yon. letters for advice, narked "Consulting Department
seen by oar physicians only. Z0A-PH0RA CO., H. G. C0LMAN', 8ec'y, Kalaraazw.'uj"
THE FIBST GLASS
I. now located In his new shop.
At 324 Seventeenth Street.
EVLieht shoes a apeeialty. Opposite the OK fimrA.
By virtue or a special hkuu
343, issued out of the clerk's office of the county
court of Kock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment .recently
obtained aeainst Henry Khlers in favor of
... - . n. . V. n land. , T1 1 TT Ctlt,
. . . i .1 r l.lli xrA
goods and chattels of the said defendant. Hen
ry Ehlers. I have levied npon the following
Tart or lot twcniT-iw" '
towcrbip seventeen (17). north range one (1)
wecioime rouriu vnuy-tyat ' ,,,
In the county of Kock Island and the state of Ill
inois, at snown 11 J iub f" " " ' " r - '
containing six (6) acres, more or less.
Therefore, according tosaid command I snailcx-l-ose
for sale at public auction all the right , title
and interest of the above named, Henry
h tilers. in ana to me aoovtj u,n.i K
ThnrsdHy.the ath day of June.t88,at2o clock p.
m ,at the north door of the court bouse in the
... . , j i . i nnn,w nf lrulc lalflnrl
city or noci isianu, in vu...j , . .- ,
and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
. . ,Akti,
saia execution anu iw uin.
IMted at Rock Island this 7ih day cf June, A.
D. 181. J.
Sheriff of Kock Islund County. Illinois.
JOTIOE TO CONTRACTORS.
n.nnnii ill Yin TeciAieA tit the City
Clerk's office, kock Island, 111., nntil Monday,
Juiy a, 1SU3 at 5 o'cloca p m.. iur ir-i..u"..
ihe improvement ordered by an ordinance of
of the city of Kock Island, passed June ld'-W.
entitled "An ordinance for the improvement or
Seveteenth and Nineteenth otreets from the
south line of Third to the north line of routh
avenue, and of Twcnty-th rd street from the
south line of third to the north line of Fourth
avenue, from the south line of Fifth avenue eat
nloDtf said Twenty-third atreet south to a line 510
feet routh of and parallel with the eou'h lino of
Ninth avenue" Under tue aoove orumsuwr,
..ia nPHrnl curbed with curb stones.
excavated and uraded, improved and paved with
pavtiut brick of good quairy
lin and aneciucations for said improvement
on file at the City Clerk'e oface.
Alt bids must oo arcompanieu wnu
check in the sum of $500 payable to the order of
the treasurer of said city, which shall became
forfeited to said city In case the bidder shall fail
to enter into contract with appr jved sureties tc
execute the work for the plans mentioned In HU
bid and according to the plans and specifications
In the event that the coutiact shall he awarded to
b!The right t- reject any or all bids or proposals
is hereby expressly reserved by said city.
A. D. HL'ESIMU, City Clerk.
Rock Island, 111., June 13.1893.
OF KEAL ESTATE.
By Tin nc oi un urorr uu i n i v v. "w , j
court, of Itock IslaLd county, state of Illinois,
i - .....,..;. inn of th. iinrfersiuned. James
lunuc 'u - .
Johnston, administrator of the estate of
Thomas B. O'Donnell, deceased, at the May
term, A. D., lS'.O, of said court, to-wit, on the 3d
day of May. A. 0.. 1S93. ,,,, . T
..n)Ma nn thtt KMli fltif of .Tune.
1 snail on iuo urt, " y'
between xne noirsui w ' " ;
and 5 o lock in the afternoon of said dy, sell at
v i - - i. .k.. .n.ik.(nntrilia ri.nrt hons.
punuc sate, ni inc uv, lm . , L '
fn th-i city of Knck Island, in said county, the
real estate described as follows, to-wit:
That certain tract or parcel of land situated In
the northwest quarter ) of section number
twenty elgfct (28), township number nineteen
(19), north range three (3), east of the Fourth (4)
principal meridian described as follows, begin
nine luet ensfc wi iuv wm' ..v...
91, 28 and 29, in the township aforesaid; thence
IBS feet, thence north 49 degrees, west S16 feet,
to the section 1-ne; thence west on the section
line 59S feet to the place of beginning.
Situated in the township of Canoe Creek,
county of Bock Islsnd. state of Illinois, on the
following terms, to-wit: Cash on delivery of
Dated this 10th day of June. A. D . 1893.
J. R. JOBN3TON.
Administrator of the Estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Islahd Cousty. I
In the county court of said county to the May
Term, A. D. 1S93.
James R. Johnston, administrator of the es
tate of Rosilie Hartnagcl, deceased, vs Emelie
K-nhrr. Alica Ensel. Theodore Hartnagel. Wil
liam llartoaiiel, Arthur Hartnagel. Edwin Hart
nagel and l"aul liartnagei.
Affidavit of non-ret-iilence of said Kmelle Ko
hur, Alice Engel, Theodore Hartnagel, William
llartnag 1. Arthur Hartnagel and hdwin Hart
nagel having been filed in the oiline of the clerk
of said county court, notice is hereby given to the
said Kmclie Koher. Alice Engel , Theodore Hart
nagel. William Hartnagel, Arthur Hartnagel ami
Edwin Ilaitna? cl, heirs of the said Rosalie Hart
nagel, deceased, that the saia James it. joiiu
eton, administ-ator of the estate of Kosalie
Hartnagel, deceased, filed in tho said coun
ty court on the lOih day of June. A. D.. ISffl. his
Eetition making the said Emelie Koher, Alice
nirel, Theodore Uartnagel. William Uartnieel,
Arthur Har nagel. Edwin Hartnasul and Paul
Uartnaicel. defendants, praying for an order di
rectinfr him to sell, for the purpose of paying toe
debt, of said estate, the following described real
estate, to-wif L , .
The nortn tvonty () acres of the west hair or
tho east half of section nine 9) in township
seventeen (17 north nnge two (3) wst of the
fourth (4) principal meridlau si'iialetl in the
county of Hock leWnd. state of Illinois, exctpt
ing thfielrom the following described real estate
taken by the United States govtrnment for the
building of the Illinois and Michigan canal. Be-gi-ning
at a point on the half section line forty
two (4J) chaius and nfty-seven 57 Unas south
of the southwest cor icr of the sonthest quarter
of said section nine (9) and runnit g t lence south
sixty-three (63) degrees and fury (W) minutes
cuHl(St:l flegrees 49 E) thirUen, ctatns and
twenty-four links (13 34-100 cha'TJB) hrnco sonth
fifty-two degrees and fifty-five i laa S east (8 53
degrees." minutes E) ten ihahn and fifty-nine
I nks (10 59-100 chains) more r lo s to t lie east
line of said west half of the eit h'alf of said
scc'ion nine (9) containing beiwem said line and
Hoc Biver eight and twenty tWJ hundredths (S
!M00) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be issued out of
said court against the above named defendants
returnable on the 1st day of the term of said
county court, to be held at the court house in
said county on the first Monday of July, A. D,
1893. as is by the law required, which suit is now
pending. Now, unlet you appear in said court
on the first day of the August term, thereof to
be held at the court bouse in the city
of Kock Island, .in said county and
state, on the first Monday of August, A. I. 1893,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
against you, and judgment thereon against you
Date, this 14th day of June, A. D. 1893.
HJALMAR KOHLKR, Clerk.
McEkibt a McBkiby Solicitors.
DCVIU" l vt n io a painless, ,,..,,.
development and thus prevents iire i
Sustains and soothes Overworl
Women, llxhaufited .VofW.
Cures raljntatlon, Strn,ieHH
liens, nervous breaking .,u,, ((f '
preventing insanity), pmvMint. a
Change of lAfe, and a hnle !
happy old age.
Notice is hereby given to all persons imere-tfi
that the city council or the city of Korkl-Unrf'
having ordered that: There be contncbd .
system of sewer, in the Seventh Ward on For
fourth street. Forty-second, Forty-third ,71
Forty-firth streets, and on Railroad avenue m
Sixth avenue and on Seventh avenue and in v
alleys in blocks one (1) and two i, Brok- ,d"
dition; in blocks "B" and "C" EdL-ewowf Park
addition; McMaster's addition : the Fcny-f,urh
street addition and in Brooks' second additinr
all in the city or Rock Island, UN.. haTine a
plied to the county court ot Hock Inland euun'r'
in the etat or Illinois, tot an assessment of thV
costs or said improvement according to betufit,"
an , an assessment thereof having been madi'
and returned to said court, the final hearn
inereon win do had at tho July term vl mi
conrt, commencing on the 10th day of July. A. b
All persons desiring may then and there r
pear and make their defense.
Dated at Rork U'.and,iIllinois, this lTtli Am, of
June A. D. 1893.
J. R. JOH!STOX.
C. A.Istoddard, r ComciisiioLtr
Geo. F. Dowmes.
A. 0. HUESING.
Represents, among other time-tried acd we!
known Flrelnsnrance Companies be followitg:
Royal Insurance Company, of Btei&cd.
Weechester Fire Ins. Company of 14 . Y.
Buflalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester. N. V
Oltisens Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
dun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
)lAintitv In, rv, V.w P..n .' '
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo'., Milwaukee. W:
Serman rire Ins. Co., of Peoria. IU.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado-
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Boom 31. Mitchell; Lynde'e Kock
Hock Island, Ills.
FeVSecure our rates; they will intereftyou.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companiei
Rates as low as any reliable company can affori.
Your Fatrouaee is solicited.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Xew York C::y.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European plan.
Room rates $1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to tho best In the city H mod
erate rate. , .
street cars from all R. R. stations and etoio
boat and ferry landings puss the door.
H1LDRETU A ALLEN. Ftp i-
: sa I ll I
Coiner Cottace Orove Avenue and Sit;)'-'"?"
Street, Only five minutes from W orld s r
Superior Dining Room. Elevated Kai'.roaJ.
Now Open. Kates Moderate. European.
W. N. Pblouze, Snpt:
WORLD'S FAIR, CHICAGO.
III! I EL urounds; baths on every
The Plllmas IIotkl.
55th St. and Washliii'ion A
Throe blocks from. .m n "T
:t.,r. Best of raiip -
9 atrtret Car eerv tc. -
We! Kates 1 to a ai lr lr
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rito for circular.
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