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THE AltGUS, THURSDAY, JULY , Xf-tW.
THE TBAYElgKS gUipE;,
CHICAGO, ROCS ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depofleornei Fifth avenue ana Thirty
Brat street. Frank B. Plnmmer, agent.
(JoudcU itiuils A Jdinueso-1
Kansas City Day Express. .
t Washington Express
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
Kansas City Limited
Stuart-Rock Island Exnres
St. Paul and Minneapolis...
Kansas City and St. Jim....
Denver, Colorado Spring I
and Pueblo I
11:45 im 3:50 pm
Daily. tGolngeast. tGotnscweet. A Pull
man sleeping car is sidetracked at Dnventmrt
and taken lo Chicago daily lv this t ain. Ihis
car is reariv for occiipntic) at Dp. m. for reser
vation of berths, tickets, etc., telephone 10KJ
Kock Inland, or apply at depot.
F. D.Pi i;mkk, AgU
L. M. Allkn. Gen. Agt. Paw. Dept. Uavc n iort.
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C, B. Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth st.
SI. J. Young, agent.
t. Lcut Express 0 :40 am
it. ucnl Kxpref s ! 7:40 pm
:t. Psnl Express fi:C0pm
BeardBtown Passenger i 9:50 pro
Sterling Passenrer 7 :S6 am
Savanna Passenger 9:30 am
7 55 an
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D.W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Liavb. Abbivb.
Mail and Express 7:") ic 9 30 pm
St. Paul Express 4 4Jpni 11:4-) am
Ft. A Accommodation ''41 n: s 0 x
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
8 :7 am 7:5 pm
2:i pm 1 :2S pm
9:10 am 3 0 ) pm
4:00tm 8:0S am
Fast Mall Express
BURLINOTON, CEDAR P.APIDS & NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady strect.Dav
enporu J.E.IIannegan, Gen.T'k'i & Pass.Aireut.
Leave West Davenport.
hi :55 pmiil0 45 am
1)3:00 am!bll:15 pm
West Liberty Trains
. .. ! l7:2o sm l)l0:iipm
... alo::i i pm ! n4 SOaaa
. . . ! ati 45 am i
. j lil :15 pm tifttriflam
... 1)9: 15 pm i hi :15pm
aDaily. liDiUly except Sunday.
OoiDfr South and cast.
MOar DIKKCT ROOTB TO TEE
East. Soutb and Southeast.
3 :i7 pm
3 :57 pm
4 ::W pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Camrfridtfe . ..
. ii'r .nu mult
Jll :15 am
Bloomiiurton 1:15 pm tl :15 pm
riprtngfield 3:40 pm, 10:S0pm
.Tacksonville 4-0Cpm ia'05n't
Decatur S:50pml 10:00 pm
Danville 3:50 pmj l:10am
Indianapolis ,6:55pm 8:35am
Terre Haute :7:10 pm 10:C0am
Evansville il:2t)am 7:35am
St. Louis 7:30 pm , 7:40 ax
Cincinnati 11:00 pm 7:10 n't
Lv. Peoria 110:10 am 3:50 pm
Ar. Rock Isiand ) 1:5 pm 7:05 pm
Accommodatior. trains leave Rock Island st
0 :0U a. m. and 6.i0 p. m ; arrive at Peoria :50 p .
m. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia :00 a. m. and
7 : 15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1:SS
All trains run daily except Sundaj.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cuaircaron Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Peoria, hotti directions.
Through tickets to all paints; baggage coecked
through to destination.
1 ABLE BBAHCH.
. Acaoiu. Accom.
Lv. Roils Island ; ft.ln am 1.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds lo.-Jo am 5.0B pm
" C'Able 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. r'itile H.2" am 15.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.iM am 1.45 pm
" Hock Island i 7.55 am 3.00 pm
s n. suor.ow, a . -'t o jkeoub
"iii-:riiti;ndni Tk Ae' t
Great Rock Island ' Route
7 V7 .-if J
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
Tlio Hock Island is foremost in
udoptin any advantage calcn I a tod
to improve speed and jrive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
is thoroughly complete with vesti
bulcd trains, niagnilicent 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 important items. They
are a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task ditlicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for; complaint 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 jjettinjr off at that poit
and avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
tienM Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago Hi
E. arm Jons, Qcn'l Mgr. Chicago' 111!
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
a roemtic mm?
Will completely change the Mood In your system
In to -ee months' time, and send new, rich Diood
court mg through your veins. If you feel exhausted
and i ervous, are (retting thin and all run down,
Ollm. .re's Aromatic Wine, which Is a tonic and not
heTeraire, will restore yon to health and strength.
Mo hers, nse It for your daughters. It Is the best
reg-ul itur and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
worm n. It enriches the blood and Klves lasting
treni;tn. It Is Guaranteed to cure Diarrhoea, Dyi.
enter ', and all Summer Complaints, and keen Uie
bo we s regular.
bold by all druggists for $1 per bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY".
Jt Promptly and perma
4IP. ncntly euros all forms ol
A Nervous Weakness, Kmis-
tltri M, -r 6 sions. Spermatorrhea, Im
, ' JfiJ". i) po'eucy and all effects of
abuse or ezcesscs; been
prescribed over 35 years
in thousands of ease : is
the only reliable and hon
es! nieilicinf. knou-ti H.b
Vet ore and AfUr.
drngglts for Wood's Pb wi-hodiks: if he offers
some worthless medicine in plsce of this, leave
his diihone-t More, enclose price in letter anii
we wil send on by return mail. Price on packaire
SI: six. $5; one will please, six will cure; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope, 2 stamps ; address
WOOD CllEMK AL CO.,
1:11 Woodward avenue. Detroit Mich.
ATTORNEY AT LAW -Office
Lynde's new block.
JACKSON 4: Hl'liNT,
TTOhKSYS AT LAW. .ifScc- in Roca
tlNaama' ilnS Baildii.f.Ho'-.k s.iand, li;
n. SVSKKKT fll.
SWEENEY t ALKEK,
TTO.iNEYS AND rorSi:i.LOK!- h !
TOfflCi: in BeiigstobV iocs. Rock Iband, U,.
MfE.MKY A VcEMai,
TTOaSEY'fc AT -AW Loan rcot.ey oi vt?
B security, make col lections, Kefureriee, Wltrr
elli Ljnde. bankers ' fflne :l Postofllce bloc.
S. W. 01-L'LL,
TTO'tXEY AT LA W Fonuerlv of Port Byron,
i and luring ths past two years with the firm oi
Irowui:.!: & Entriken a; Moline. ha? now op ned
in of!ic ii: the i: litur-.mu nniidlug. rooro 5, nt
C. J. SBAKLE. S. W. SEARLR.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
VTTOItNEvs an i Coonscilors a' Law ami So
lictto-s Ic C'banoerir: office Euford's biotk.
3. Hi. PEARCE.
noon :t: in Mitchell A Lynde's new block
OF, J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Ttetb extracted without pain by tne w
No 17 .6 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
DRS. B1CXEL it SGHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms Sh-81
Edward L. IIabmati. Clark H. Bufoiid.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHl TEC TS, Rock Island, 111 . Office- Koom
41, Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
r"iai:s and superintendence for all class ol
liuODi! 5S and 55, Mitcuell A Lynde bnildini:
DR. W. V. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office a id residence :li Twentieth street.
Olllcchmre: 10 to 12 a . m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. Ji. Telephone No. 1400.
DE. A SAY.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Tin i;i Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office II urs : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
J, R. Holl iwbusa, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M, D,
drs. 3 arth & hollowbush,
Physicians and Surgeons,
- Otice 40323rd st. Telephone 1085
KtsidcnceTSliilstst. " 1188
orrici boors :
Dr, Barth Dr. Hollowbush-
9 to 10 a, m. 1 10 to la a. m,
ltoanI7toap.m. i to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROELNBON
Ear, Nose and Throat
Office :dcCullough Building, 134 W. 3d St.
... DAVENPORT, IA.
Honrs: ( to 11 am: 1 to 4 cm.
J. F. Mt us, M. D. Geo. W. Wheblb,:m. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ftarteri aad Ulseasts or Htmei
Office over Krell & Math's . Telephone 1 148.
lMc. 1J a.m.
I DR. WniELER.
I 8 to 10 a. m.
I I to 3 and 7 to V p. m
1 Res i,.l..i,hi,iiM lluo
! to5 and ' to S p. re.
Re'. U'lephoue- llw.
A RELIGIOUS SOLUTION OF THE
SOUTHERN NEGRO PROBLEM.
6nch, It la Suggested, May the Teaching!
of Mohammed Webb FrovtvSoin thing
About the Religions of Other Land's.
' Hnddhism and Hlndooism.
A very amiable and lovable man, Mr.
Mohammed Webb, -is in this country
looking over the field to decide whether
or not the United States is a promising
field for the exploiting of the Moham
medan faith. He does not undertake to
make proselytes to his religion without
giving the faiths already in the field fa
notice of his probable intentions. This
is certainly reasonable, thongh it is more
than we of the Christian chnrches do
when we send missionaries to India and
Central Asia. The Mohammedan reli
gion has probably 135,000,000 believers
and has many very charming features.
There are objections to it likewise that
we shall not attempt to defend. It is
true that in onr highly civilized land we
do not prohibit a man from mrxrrying
fonr or five times, but we insist that he
shall have been legally released from
previous matrimonial obligations. The
religion of Islam, mindful of the nncer-'
tainties of life and the vagaries of human
happiness, winks at polygamy, while it
does not enjoin it. To employ the simile
synthetically, we drive tandem, while the
Mohammedan harnesses up four or more
Among the features that ought tocom
mend Mohammedanism to a large pro
portion of our citizens is its stanch de
votion to absention from strong drink.
Belief in God is admitted and enjoined.
As in Buddhism, kindness to all animals
is commanded. Its conception of pur
gatory is picturesque, for good and bad
souls alike have to cross the bridge Al
Sirat, that spans hell and is described
as finer than a hair and sharper than the
edge of a sword. Many a believing
Christian will take considerable comfort
in the thought that the Mohammedan
finds it quite as difficult to attain the
kingdom of heaven as dot. he Predes
tination was a cardinal doctrine of the
prophet, but wo Christians have been
wont to ascribe its promulgation to the
llitieal motive of rendering his follow
ers contemptuous of danger and suffer
ing. The Mohaimnodan religion is simple
enough and is divided into faith end
practice the latter including prayer,
almsgiving, fasting and a pilgrimage to
Mecca. Taken by and large, it is a thor
oughly practical religion fox the racs
who lead nomadic lives, and one pre
eminently calculated for propagation at
the sword's point. It is the latest of all
the great faiths of the world, onlv dating
back to 622 A. D., while Buddhism is
probably of 1,200 years earlier origin and
Hindooisin GOO years earlieT still.
There is just one field in this country
for the introduction of the simple and
trusting faiths of the east, and that is
the great negro population of the south.
The hearts of the lowest types of the col
ored races are receptive and naturally
religious, and any faith new to them that
will supplant Voodooism ought to be
welcomed by the stanchest Christian.
There are today 1,500,000 of believers in
that strange and disgusting mysticism.
The southern negro must have a re
ligion of pure credulity, with plenty of
rewards and the mildest possible punish
ments. Buddhism, whose adherents to
day number more than one-third of the
human race, might suit him did it only
promise a heaven or some equally at
tractive future abiding place. But it
offers nothing better than extinction: no
God, no soul, uo hope save annihila
tion! It is a dream of peace of eternal
sleep, Nirvana coming to the believer
like the snuffing out of a taper. Bud
dhism never has been are ligion of fanati
cism, but has always been charitable
If the millions of negroes in the gulf
states, who are today in the grossest in
tellectual and moral ignorance, could
have formulated for their use a new
creed uniting some of the beautiful
teachings of Gautama and Mohammed,
they might be guided in the direction of
purer and nobler lives. Christianity
Could come later if they felt the need of
it, but we do not believe that any man
or woman who knows the facts regard
ing the class to which we refer will deny
that Mohammedanism or Buddhism,
properly introduced and preached, would
advance the condition of that part of th
negro race. Great schools like the Vas
tier bilt and Lincoln universities and the
institution at Raleigh do not reach the
ricefields of Georgia, the cotton planta
tions of South Carolina or the swamps
of Mississippi and Louisiana.
Here are great missionary fields, and.
without prejudice, they can be honestly
recommended to the advance guard of
the beneficent missionary hosts that may
be expected to flock to this country if a"
Mohammedan or Buddhist propaganda
be decided upon. Julius Chambers in
New York Recorder.
The Discovery of Glass.
Though the Egyptians claim to have
been taught by Hermes the art of mak
ing glass, it may be stated upon the au
thority of Pliny that its discovery be
longs to the Syrians, or rather Phoeni
cians, who obtained it accidentally. A
email number of sailors who had landed
upon the coast of Spain built a fire upon
the sand and supported their cooking
utensils with stones which they had
found near the shore. After finishing
their meal one of the party accidentally
raked the ashes, and the action of the
heat having combined the niter and
sand he found a crystalline substance
the glass of the present day. Boston
Herald. . ,
The Growth of "Isms."
Hypnotism, spiritism, theosophy and
many other things pertaining to psychol
ogy and biology are occupying the at
tention of brainy men and women. We
may pooh pooh these as much as we
please, the fact remains that they are
steadily forcing themselves on our atten
tion. Edgar fiee in Arena.
A JAP LADY LAWYER.
The Flowery Isles Keep I'p With CTc
lllzatlon. Yho will now say that Japan is not
fully abreast of these times?
Madame Tel Sono, of that country,
dieted by her father on poetry and
moral religion, married at 10 to an
officer of the mikado treasury, and
not entirely satisfied with her expe
rience, has become a practicing lawyer.
She is the first and tha last of ladies
in the land of the Rising Sun. for the
new constitution has now debarred
women from entering the legal pro
fession. Mme. Tel Sono's debut was
celebrated by a popular poet.
For twelve years she has pleaded in
the courts, and her name is well
known throughout the mikado's do
minions. In her legal capacity she came to
fully appreciate the position of Japa
nese women, and determined to study
the woman question in a land where
the sexes stood on an equality, she
came to America in H86. She spent
some time in various missionary col
leges here, learning English and teach
ing her own language. On her return
she determined to found a training
college for high-class Japanese wo
men. She is a practical philanthropist, is
small of stature and has winning man
ners. She speaks English weJL She has
discarded the native dress and wears
the black satin of Western civilization.
She is now in London, but will return
to Japan shortly.
The project has been received with
great favor, and the school for higher
education of woman in Japan promises
to be a success.
We authorize our advertised driisf
ist to sell Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition If you are af
flicted with a cough, cold or anv lung,
throat or chest troubh. ainl will nse
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no ix-ncl'it.
yon may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could lie
relied un. It never liisappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hart. A: I'lle
mevcr's drug store. Large :-io ."ic
Since ii lirst introduction Km i tric
Bitters lias gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly 'in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a beverasrc
r intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kiduevs.
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and drive malaria
from the svstcm. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the nionev
will be refunded. Trice onlv ioc per
bottle. Sold by Hart & rilenieyer.
BL'CKLENS AKXICA SALVK.
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 & Ullemever
When Baby was sick, we ga-r uw t 'astoria.
When flie was a Child, she cried for Cvtoria.
When sbe Ix-came Hit, she clung to Cusioria.
When shy had Cadldren, she gavet hc-iu Castoria.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people uced
to use it .
Chi$ce7. Cry far
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Hulsam will stop the couh
. is a dreadful thing
undoubtedly caused by the irritatinir
effects of dirt
Outbreaks, and crime generally, are
never possible among people who are
addicted to th; use of
The great soother of angry passions
the promoter of health and good
feeling. Cleans everything injures
nothing don't be afraid to use KIRK'S
Soap on the most delicate fabrics,
JAS. S. KIBK&CO., Chicoeo.
Bosk j Diamond Tar Soap A 6"f;;V':"ptoI'
In the matter of (in K. Enziin dehtor.
The uiiders'iimw herehy nvet notice that- Una
K. Knclin. ilo"n hu-iness lu the city of Hock Is:
and, in the county of Kock I' hind, and ftate of
Ulini. did on the 49ih day of June A. U. 1S93,
transfer to the ntidc-reirned aapsiL'iiee all his jirop
e ty for the benefit of his endttorf. according lo
tne provisions of tbe act concrmiig asiumetii!.
All lM'.-Koni having c'ainis agtintt paid Gup K.
Englin are hereby notified to present fuch claims
unue' oatn or amrniiuioD, to me at hihk isiana
in oaid county and statu within three months
irom tm oate. ,
Dated this SOthday of June lS'.M
J. II. CLE LAND. Asstence.
OTICE IN 1TTCIIMENT
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
lillCK iKUHli C UNTT. (
circuit court of ltock Inland connty. September
term. a. u. iwm.
'I he People's National Bank of Kock Island, 111.,
vs J. w . jnosi er. n aiuicnment.
Pnblic notice is hereby eiven to tbe said C. W
Mosherthata writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of tne clerk of the circuit court of Rock
Island connty, dated the ititli day of May, A.
1). IH93, at the suit of the said People's National
Bank and avainst the estate of the said C. W.
Moshcr for tte gum of Ten Thousand ($10,000.00)
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Kock Island
coiinty; which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. New, therefore, unless you, the siid C. W.
Mother, shall personally be and appear before the
said circuit conn of Kock Islat d county on the
first day of the Kit ter-n thereof, to he holdcn at
the court honee in the city of Rock Island, in said
county, on the 4th d y of September, A. D. 1893,
give special btil and plead to the said plaintiff's
act'on, judgment will be entered acainst yon, and
in favor or the said PcodU's National Hunk, and
so nmrh of tbe rogwrty attached as may be suf
ficient to satiffy the said judgment tnd "costs, wilt
besoldto satisfy the s:ime.
GE'lKGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jas. L. Uaas, Plaintiff's Attorney.
June 48, A. D. 18!.
OK KKAL KSTATK.
Bv virtue of an order and deciec of the county
court, of lioik Islar.d county, state of Illinois
made on the petition i f the undersigned, .lames
', Johnston, administrator of the estate of
Tliomas B. O'loi)lie)l, deceased, at the May
term, A. 1.,1S:3, of said court, to-w:t, on the 3d
d ly of May. A. U., lsttt
At d an o der en cred on the 10th day cf June,
A. 1).. 1S9.1, orderinc a readv. rtisinc
I shall on the loth ilav of .'ely, A. D-. 1S93,
between lhe ho irs of Ho"cloo in the forenoon,
aud 5 o'tlock in the afternoon of said diy, sell a
public sale, at the north door of the o.ui't house,
in th-city of Hick Island, in said county, the
real estate desciihed as fo.lows to-wit :
1 hat certain tract o- parcel of land si. uated in
the northwest quarter (i4) of section number
tweLty eijrtt C-is). township nmnher ninetein
(lit), n- r:h ratife three (:), tast rf the Fourth (4)
prmcipu meridian described as follows, begin
nini' S3U.8 feet east of the corner of section. t.
21, 28 and Lt. in thi township afirrsaid; thence
-nuth I'.tS feet, then-e iur;n stiii decrees, east
HIS feet thenc! l.orth i'.i'4 degreis. west t!:ii feet,
to the section I re; t heme west n ti e settii n
line "iit's feet lo the place of fei;inn!rig.
r-iiiuied in the lounship of Canoe Creek,
coiuuyof Hock I nd, slate rf Ihiuo's. on the
following terms, to-w t; ( ash on deiiriry of
Dated this 10th day of June. A. I) . is:i:j
J. K Joii.NST.IV.
Adiiiiiiis'intor of the Eu;;e of Thomas B O'Dnu
nell. Decease it
DM I NISTRATOR S NOTICE.
STATE OK ILLINOIS. i '
Koi k l.UKli CurikTT. f ?,t
In the county ronr. or said eoin.ty to iLe Xu
T rra. A. 11. 1-IS.
James H. Johnston, administrator of the t s
tateof Hostile Hartnaire1, decctseo. vs Etnelie
Koher. Alic ElK'el. Thxnlore Uartnagel. Wll
lijin llatt: aire, Ar'hur Uaitnael. Edwin Uart-ii:ig-l
m.d l'unl llartn-i:rel.
Affidavit of non resi lence of fuM Erael'e Ko
her, Alice Eimel, Theodore llartnagel. Willinn
llaitnag 1. Arihur Hartnagul and Inlwin liart
ni'gel having been filed in the orhre of the clerk
of said comity court, notice is herein- eiven to tbe
Slid Knieli-- Kober Alice Eugel . Ti eodore llait
i agel. William llarmsirel, Arihur Hartnajrtl anl
Edwin HaitT- el. heirs of the said liesa'.ie HarL-nuL-cl.
ileceaseil, that thf said James H. John
ston, adjiiiiist ator of the estate of Kogalie
Hartnacel. deceased, tiled m the said coun
ty court on the Huh day of Juno. A. D . IStti. his
petition making the said Emeiie Koher, Alice
Ensel. 1 lii'iidore Hartnagel. Wiilian llartnaeel.
Arihar Uar'nagcl. Edwin HarmaKel end Paul
Dartniitfel. defendants, praying for an onlerdi
rertmp him to sc'l. for lhe purpo-e of paving tbe
debts of said estate, tha following described real
The nort a twenty (-JOi acres of the west half of
the east half of seclian-nine in township
seventeen (17 north rnge two (i) west of the
fourth (41 principal meridian situated in the
county of ltock Island, state or Illinois, except
ing th-'tefrom the followins described real estate
taken by the United States government for tbe
building of the Illinois and Michigu canal. Be
giiuinB; a' a po.nt on the half section line forty
two -U) chaiiis and fifty-seven 57 lines south
of the southwest cor ar of the southeast quarter
of said section nine (9) and running thence south
sixty-three (SI degrees and forty (4H minutes
east ( b t;:i eegrces 4!l E thirteen chains and
twenty-four links (i:i 44-1110 chains) th nee soath
fifty-two degrees andfty-five m nutes east (S52
dcrrecsr5 minutes El ten chains and fiftv nine
Inks (10 5!l-W0 ch tins) more or less to the east
line of said west half of the east ha!f of said
sec'ion nine i9l containing tutween sa'd line and
Hoc Biver eight and twenty two hundredths (
-'-liRi) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be issued out of
said court against the above named defendants
returnable on the let day of the term of said
county court, to be held t the court house in
saio comity on the first Monday of July, A. D..
Is'.':), as is by me law required, which suit is now
penaing. Now, nn ess you appear in said court
on tin" first day of the August term, thereof to
Ik- li.-lu at the court bouse in the city
of Kock Island. in said county and
state, on the first Moi.dav of A'.iiust, A. I. Js'.ti.
and plead, answer or demur, to a uelition there-
tiled, the same will
iVd t)w ..imi- u-i'l 1... L..... A
tainst you. and judgment therecn against you
Dated l!i:s Hih day of June. A. D. lt?;i:
HJALMAK KOHLKK, Clerk.
McKn'BY U E.mky Solicitors.
(M'.crtgjt rto II. WENHT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
159 Eihteenih Street.
J5r3Fit. ami U'oikmaii.shlp (luar
anO'eil the Best.
G earing and Repairing Done.
House' Raising and Moving-
Hiiis-inj; brick buildings especially
Address E- A. ROUNDS,
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box 141.
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monro St. CHICAGO.
tmobouch mrriiucTion. cheap boaroino.
II 'SW Insint Perjont Restors."
II BJjDr.KLIHES GREAT
i " Nerve Restorfb
orBKAIN&NEKVB UlSKASBS. Onlrtur'
INFALLIBLB if lakro as dircrtad. Aj Fir l -f-rr
first dnv's MS. TreAti& ar.ti frtal tv:le frrc t
r j r:iiincan. tnevpyins expm,ciMrt.'i.sun mi wneo
'-"iH. Sn nmrt. P. o. tn exi.c arlrlress nl
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STATE SAVINGS BAKJ
Office Corner Flfteesth street and T' ir1 ,
CAPITAL $100.00.00. I
Succeeds the Moline Savings Dam. Orgar. 1
5 PerCEM ISTEREST .AID 0 DEI'ijjJ:J
Organised nnder State Lnws.
Open from 8 a. m. to 8 p in., and Wearies,;- I
Saturday night from" to Spin f-
H. A. Aim a worth,
I. F. Hiuiwit,
- - i .
Porter Skinner, W W. We!'-
C.A.Koee, H. A. Ainsworh
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adam.
Andrew Frlbere, v.. p. nemewsj
guaranteed t Liters
REAL ESTATE L0A
made Tor private parties in the
spot of the weBt by the
Orchard State Banl
B. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dart Cashier.
Mitchell Jt Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Kohinson, Cashier Kock Island Nat-,
C. C. Carter, V. Tl.
'lenry Dan's Sens. Wholesale Groers.
A. 0. HUESING,
Itej r ten:?, amoLg other time-:rlel an.lv
known Fire Insurance C'omi.anies, the follow :
Royal In-iirance orapany. of England.
We-chester V re Ins. Company, of N. V
DuiTalo German I
Rochester German Ins. Co., Koc'btstcT, N. Y
voiveus u s. mi., ot rittsburg, l'a.
snn FireOffiie, London.
I nion Ins. Co., of California,
security Ins. Co.. New Ilovn r,nn
Milwauaee Mechanics Ins. Co., Utiwa-:
G.-rman Fire Ins. Co.. of I'eoria, 111.
OlliVf for. isth St. ami 2il Ave.
Kock Island. Ii
"THE OLD RELIABLE.'
HAYES & ClVElAAlTOfmT
Reprepentinc over 40 Milii on Dnllor, U
of Cash 488etSi ' Z
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell & Lynde's 1
ck Island, Ills.
fcBfSecnrc onr ratca; they will interest y.
J M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The o'.d Fire aud Time-tried Comfit:
Losses Promptly Paid.
Batee as low as any reliable company cm a2"
Yonr Patronage is solicited.
LABOR, TIME, M0NEW
Use it your own way.
It is the beet Soap made
For W ashing Machine nse.
WARHOCK & RALSTON