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THE AltGUS, FEIDAY, JULiY 7, 189a.
THE TBAYELESM gjf
CHICAGO, BOOT ISLAND PACIKIC KAIL
W way Depoflornei Flfthavenae ana Thirty
4m street. Prank H. Plommer, agent.
Council Walls A Mmimo- I
ta Day Express .. (
Kansas City Day Sipnw.. .
'arhineton Express . ...
Omaha and Denver Vesti- (
bole Express (
Kansas CttT Limited . ...
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Joe
Denver, Colorado Sprinsrs I
and Pueblo I
11:45 am 3:50 pm
Daily. tGolEgcat. tGonsjwest. A Pull
man BlceDing car ia sidetracked at Davenport
andtakeoto Chicaeo daily by tlrs t ain. This
car ia read forocoipnoo at p. m "or reser
vation of herths, tickets, etc., telephone 1093
noes isianu, or apply at aepot.
F. H. Pi.cmver, gt.
L. M. Alum. Pen, igt. Ps Dept. Uarenoort,
BTJBLINOTON ROUTB-C, B. Q.
way Depot Pirat avenue and Sixteenth -i
H.J. Younir, aicent.
t. Loo i" Express ,
JL Unt- aUnrers .....
Kt Paul Express
. o 40 am
. 1 7:40 pm
. 6:to pm
. ; 8 :5) pre
I 7:56 an-.
7 .54 atn
CHICAGO. UILWACK.SB A ST. PAt'L KAIL
way Racine at Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
i venae. E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Lba. 1 AHRiTt
Mail and Express f tWUtL. t 40
81. Paul Express 4:4 jom! ll:4" ax
Ft. Accommodation :4-'j; d
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA RalLWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. V.
3. Rockwell. Ascnt.
StuVara 7:i'5 pro
;:?0 pm 1 :25 pm
9:1" am 3 0 ) fm
4 :no tTn ? toft m
Fast Mall SV'."'-s
Oable Accommodation .
BCRLINUTCfN, CEDAR KAPIDS A NORTH
era railway. depot foot of Brady street.Dav
uport. J.E.Uannettan, Oen.T'k't t Pa9 . Aicent.
Leave. I Arrive.
j b:55 pm:hl6-4"atn
ovuu am tii:ia pm
Leave West Davenport
West Liberty Trains
Vi7:S5 in hin:4.pm
al0.:V) pm a4 Man
ntj 4ri nm
I1 :15 pm liSifiOam
I li!t:!5 i in 1.1 :15pm
aDaily. hDally etoep; Sun liy.
Goinu Sonth and can
sf08T DIBRCT ROCTS TO Tfi
East. South and Southeast.
4 :33 pm
4 :.V pm
Lv. Rock Island.
8 :45 am
9 :' am
11 :15 am
. 1:15 pmi
. 3 :40 pmi
. 4 'Of. nm !
12 OS n't
10: 00 am
7 : 35am
: 3:50 pm
. 6 :55 pm
. j 1 :20 am
.' 7:30 pm
.11 :00 pm
Lv. Peoria ... 110:10 am 8:50pm
Ar. Rock Island 1:15 pm. 7:05 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
6 :00 a. m. and 6.20 p. m ; arrive at Peoria t :50 p .
m. and 1:16 a. m. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m. and 1:15
All trains ran daily except Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cbaircaron Fast Express between Bock
Islond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tlokets to all points; baggage cnecked
through to destination.
Lv. Rock Island ! S.lo am 4.00 pm
Att. Koynolds.... lO.&lam 5.0B pm
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. Cable i 8.2) am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Hock Island I 7.55 am 8.00 pm
H. B. 8TJDLOW, A. STOCKHOrSB
Superintendent. w.M Tkt. Aeei t
Great fiock IslandlRoute
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The ltock ' Ishiiul is fort-inost in
adopting any advantage t-alftilated
to improve spct.il ami rive that lux
ury, safety anil comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
is thoroughly complete with vesti
bulcd trains, magnificent dining
oars, sleepers anil chair coaches, all
this 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 tliflicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Koute runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
"rounds, and you can save time and
trouble by getting off at that point
and avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
(len'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John.' (Jcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES (100D BLOOD
Will completely chance the blood In your system
In three months' time, and send new, rich biood
coaBslng through your veins. II you feel exhausted
and nervous, are fretting tt In and all run down.
Gllmore's Aromatic Wine, w tilch Is a tonic and not
a beverare, will restore you to health and strength.
Mothers, use It for your daughters. It Is the beat
regulator and corrector for nil ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the bl wd and (rives lasting
Strength. It Is guaranteed t euro Diarrhoea. Dyi
entery, and all Summer Complaints, and keen uia
Sold by all druggists for f 1 per bottle.
ook's Cotton Roo
A recent discovery b an oio
phyjlcii.n Successfully tiseu
n onthlv by thousands of h
dirs. is the only perlct.y
sife sid reliable mid'ciM
difcove-ed. Beware of tin
trincii.'ed orueinptn ahn i.r-
rer inferior modioli:, e in phicc of this. Ask foi
Cook's Cotton Kikt Comp und, take no pu- :
tute, or inclose 1 and t reuis in postage in lciu-t.
and we will send, si-alcd. ly return mull l'u'
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladirr
only, 8 umps Addrt s
I"OND LI .L CCVPANY.
No. 8 fisher Block, Ih troi. Mich
Sold in Kock Island by Mi.rshuil A r'ishei. V
per llonse, Hartr Jt itannsen ith slreet ami S
ave., and dnr.'rfists everwl ah..
TTOKNEY AT LA V -Office in Mitchei: 4
tx Lynde's new block.
JACKSON ic BXRST,
TTOKSBiS AT LAW. Offlce In Hock .
tlNatiota! Hunk Building, Rock Island, IK.
. S.WBENET. o. L. WA.B a
MVEEJiEY & T ALKER,
ATrul'.NCVS AND COUNSELLORS AT Li
T-OlBi-.c tr. Bel ston's block. Rock Island, III.
KcEMRY & ScEXLKT,
I TTiiKSSY'fc AT LAW Loan coney on to
B ecurilv.irmkecollections. Reference. Mich
elli Lrtif '.iwnkcri). Offl.ie In PostoSica b!oc.
S. W. 01 'ELL,
TTOKNEY AT LAW F rmerly of Port Byron,
a and d'iriiisr the past two years with the firm of
Irowtiinj: Entriken at Mt line, has now opened
.n office in th Auditorium building, room 5, at
C. J. Skarle. s. W. Seaki.e.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
1 TTORNEvS and Counc ilors at Law and So
Alienors In Chancery; oB ce Bciord's block,
Ft, M, PEARCE.
tioom V. in Mitchell ft Lyndo's new block .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted wit! ion t pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenne. over Krall Math's.
ORS. BIGKEL & SCHQEMAKER
Mitchei' & Lyndc'a Block. Rooms 29-81
Edward L. IIamiiati. Clark II. BuroitD.
HAMMATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECrS, Rock Is: and. 111 . Office Koom
41, Mitchell & Lynde building.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR.
Plans and superintendence for all'doae ol
Rooms 53 and 55, Mitchell & Lynde building
TAKE E LEV A TOE.
DR. "W. W. ADAIvIS,
Physician ard Surgeon.
Special attention L'ivcn to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence :i!3 Twentieth street.
Office hours : ID to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 and T to 8
r. 31 . Telephone No. 120! .
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Tim:i Ave.,
Telephone 1270. Hook Island. III.
Office Hours : 10 a. ni. to la m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
i. R. Hollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Earth, SI. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush,
Dhybicians and 8urgkonb,
1 Office 40923rd St. Telephone 106
Residence 741 31st st. " lies
Dr. Barth Dr. llollowbush-
H to 10 a. m. 10 to Vi a. m.
ltoand7 toSp.m. a to5and7 toSp.m.
DR. CHAR. M. ROEINSON
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office McCullough Building, 1M W. 3d Bt.
DAVENPORT, I A.
Hours: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. P. Mte, M. D. Oi:o. W. Wbeeleb.M. D.
DRS. MYERS .5c WHEELER,
8ircnry sad isiseawesi of Women
Offlce over lire 11 ft Ma h's. Telephone 1148.
Da. MTEIia DR, WHEELER.
10tot2a.ru. I 8 to 10 a.m.
itto5acd7toSp.m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p. m
es. lelerhone lAH. ' Ke. tclenhoue. llwl.
SUITS AGAINST A CIT1
PEOPLE WHO GO TO LAW FOR DAM
AGES RECEIVED FROM FALLS.
The City of New York Uefends Hundreds
of These Personal Claims Every Year.
Few or Them Are Succrssfal and Then
Only For Small Sums.
The city appears in the courts at least
twice a week as defendant in damage
suits Ironghi by its citizens. Time was
when the city paid ont in ench damages
many thousands annnally. The corpo
ration counsel systematized the work ot
the office a few years ago and placed
snch damage suits in the care of a single
assistant. Since that time the special
knowledge in the corporation counsel's
office has been considerable and increas
ing, so that the office has a minute ac
quaintance with the methods of those
lawyers that bring damage suits against
One result of 6tecializing the work of
the corporation counsel's office has been
a marked decrease in the annual judg
ments against the city as the outcome of
suits for damages. The whole amount of
damages paid by the city in the past four
years has been less than $23,000. There
have been many hundred suits brought
in that time, and the aggregate of dam
ages claimed has reached $2,000,000.
Only a small percentage of these suits
are successful, and in few or none do the
plaintiffs recover the amount claimed.
The city fights nearly every case that is
brought and seldom compromises a 6uit
unless the justiceof the plaintiffs case is
of the plainest character.
There are many lawyers who make it
their business to seek out persons who
meet with accidents and urge them to
bring suits for damages. It is believed
in the coriration counsel's office that
there has not yet developed a class of
lawyers who make a specialty of such
suits against the city, though such spe
cialization is a tendency of the present
time. When an accident of sufficient
importance to get into the newspapers
occurs, fhe victim or victims r-x-eived
almost immediately communications
somewhat in this fashion:
"We have learned of the painful and
serious accident that befell you yester
day, and we write to assure you of our
sympathy in your affliction and to say
that we are ready to do all in out power
to aid you in recovering damages from
the responsible parties for the wrong yon
have undoubtedly suffered."
The signature is that t.f a lawyer or a
firm of lawyers making a secialty of
accident cases. Surprisingly respectable
names ere attached to such letters, and
in many instances the victim of the acci
dent seeks the advice of some one of the
lawyers that send such communications.
By way cf making all things sure, some
lawyers have in their pay nurses and
other attendants in hospitals to which
persons suffering from the results of ac
cidents are usually taken.
In a recent case 30 or 40 agents of ac
cident lawyers applied to see a patient
at a hospital on the day following his
mishap. Many hundreds of such 6uits
are brought against the city every year,
and perhaps half of those instituted come
to trial. The city seldom loses on first
trial, and when it does usually appeals
the case. The office of the corporation
counsel is extremely skeptical as to the
justice of such claims, and there is a
strong suspicion that litigation of the
kind is incited by lawyers who hope to
profit by it, and that many cases ar
brought with full knowledge on the part
of claimant and counsel that the claim
is groundless. The counsel in many in
stances discontinued the cases when
claimants are unable or unwilling to ad
vance money to meet preliminary ex
penses. Nearly all 6uch cases are under
taken upon contingent fees, and the
share of the lawyer is commonly half of
the amount recovered.
Many cases arise every winter from
injuries received by persons who fall
upon icy pavements. The Brooklyn
bridge was long the fruitful source of
damage 6uits against the two cities, until
the legislature passed last year a law
making the bridge trustees resjxmsibl
for such damages. The most conspicu
ous case of late years was that of Mar
gharita Melnek who asked $30,000 dam
ages for injuries received on the bridge.
She received a verdict for the full
amount, but on appeal this verdict was
reversed. One Page received a verdict
of $12,000 for injuries in an accident to a
bridge train. This was cut down to
10,000 on appeal, and the city finally
paid him something less.
A common ground of action is acci
dents caused by inequality in the flag
ging or pavements. The climate of T ev.
York makes Buch inequalities unavoid
able, and the city solicitor's office confi
dently expects a considerable number of
such suits every year. Many other case
grow out of broken pavements and cross
walks. It is not unusual for suits to
instituted by persons who slip upon be
nana peels and the like. The effort o?
the counsel in 6uch cases is to prove that
the pavement at the scene of the acci
dent was defective. The corporation
counsel's office, however, usually man
ages to find some one who was present
at the scene of the accident and is able
to show that there was no defect in the
pavement. The office keeps a watch up.
on such accidents as are likely to result
in damage suits, and as soon as a suit is
begun the office sends out an agent to
look up the facts in the case and especial
ly to examine the scene of the accident.
The assistant who is to represent the
corporation counsel at the trial usually
visits the scene of the accident and
makes himself thoroughly acquainted
with the conditions then prevailing.
New York Sun.
A Monster Ox.
The McMillan musee of Omaha owns
the largest specimen of the bovine race
now in existence. This gigantic ox was
bred by C. W. Curtis of Cass county,
Ia. At last accounts he weighed 8,740
pounds, stood 6 feet 4 inches in height
and measured 10 feet 11 inches in girth.
St. Louis Republic.
A HUSTLING TOWN.
It Has a Population of One and no Pro
vision for Visitors.
An Eastern man who had been mak
ing a trip through the West got off the
train at a quiet country station called
Hustler. He found it to consist of a
station house and two cabins, and one
of the cabins was tenantless.
"Is this the town of Hustler?" he
asked of the station master.
"Is this all of the town?"
"Why, I read that it was a growing
"It has grown one house this year."
"I was told that it had great pros
pects?" "Lots of chances here, sir."
"Hut there is no town here literally
nothing to speak of?"
"They all have to begin, you know."
"Can I get anything to eat here?"
"What time does the next train
"Seven hours to wait."
"Will you tell me who named this
"Yes, sir. It was the man who
moved out of that cabin."
"What induced him to call it
"Because he knew that every one
would hustle to get out of it. Sit
down on the platform and make your
self at home while you have to wait."
We authorize our advertised dnnr
";ist to sell Dr. Kind's New Discovery
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition If vou are af
flicted with a cniijrh, eold or anv lunjr,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, jrivinir it a
fair trial, and experience no iienetit.
you may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. Kind's New D seoverv could 1(.
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottler, free at Hartz - Ulle
mever's drujr store. l.arjje si.e .Vie
Since its lirst introduction Electric
Hitters lias jjained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearlv in the
lead anions pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its i;c as a beverage
ir intoxicant, it is recognized as the
ler-t ami purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kidnevs.
It will cure sick headache, imliir'cs
tion. constipation, and drive malaria
fioni the svsiem. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the money
will be refunded. Trice onlvo c per
bottle. S,,Id bv Hartz & Uilemey. r.
BUCKLEN'S AKN1CA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruiser., sores, ulcers, salt rheuiir
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
lions, and poi ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to jive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price '.'5 cents per box".
For sale by Hartz & Ullemever
When Baby was Rick, we Rave iirriwtnria.
When r-he was a Cbil J, sho eriiJ for Castoria.
Whim she tiocanie ITi.w, rfie cltuiir to Castoria.
Whan she had Children, she gavetbemi Castoria,
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people ueed
to use it.
ChiteJren Cry for
Coufxhiiij; lelTds to con sumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the coiie-h
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 thj 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. KIRK CO.. Chicaco.
Dusty Diamond Tar Soap A bt:
lnsan Persons Restore.'
Dr .KLINE'S GREAT
Nerve R estop c
or BAlH St N'KRVK DlSKASBS. Oniptur
cmrw Jr J7Cltnit rus, f tyt etc.
I TfF ALL IB LB if take a u directed. JV hits fter
first day's mis. Treatise and fx trial bottle free to
Fit pot rents, they Py"e epAs charge on Imt when
rrreiv-H. Send namis, P. O. an-l einre address o
fr rru.KUNU.nu A-iSt.,lhil-fhia.Pa,
jA. JUjI xB
A itft Cfri PERFECT PUftHY AKD s
Vl -o. f'A jn. n s
permit of its instantaneous preparation and render
Highly Digestiblo and Nutritious.
In Ihe matter of Gus R. Engiin debtor.
Hie omlerpijmeif hereby gives notice that Ons
R. Enclin, dom . bu-tm ss in ihe city of Kick Isl
and, in the county of Kock I'land. m. d ftate of
lllin. ididon the-29'h day of June A. 1'. 191.
transfer to the und.r"irmd as awiTi-.'e a'.l his prop
e ty for the benefit of his creditor, arcordmg lo
the provision! 1 1 the a-t concerning assignment .
All person havini; calms aginl sals' Gus R.
Engiin are hereby notined to preterit such claims
iinje- oath or affirmation, to me nt Kix k Island
iu said county and stale witbln thiee months
from this date.
Dated this 30th uav of Jun-? ls!W
J. H. CLE LAND. Assignee.
OTICE IN TTCHMENT
STATU OK ILLINOIS, I
Rock Ihlanh c vntt. f5
eircuil cenrt of Kock Islaud conur y. September
term, A . D. 1KB
The People s NMional Bank of Hock Island, 111.,
vg C. W. Mut er, in attachment.
Public notice Is hereby given to the Said t:. V.
Mother that a writ of attachment issued out of
the office of tne clerk of the i-cuit conn of Kock
Island county, ilared the -.-liili day f Mav. A.
D. IMH, at the suit of the sa:U People's National
Bank and a. ainst the e-lat- of the gxid C. W.
Mosner 'or;he sum of T- n Thousand ($10,0u0.00
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Kock Island
county, which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. Now, therefore, unless yon, the Slid C. W.
Moshir. shall personally be ana appear bi fore Die
said circnit cour. of id.ck Island county on the
first day of the t ext term thereof, to be holden at
the court honse in the city of Kock Islund, in tH
county, on Ifce4ih d y of September. A. I. 181:i,
give special (nil and plead to the said piaintiS's
action, jnnment w ill be entered against yon, ai.d
in favor of the said People's National 11 .ink. and
somorhofthc 1 rnprrty attached a- mnv be snf
licient to sati-fy tue si.id judgment tnd cosis.will
be sold to satisfy the same.
tiEOKIiUW. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Js. L. Haas. Plaintiff 's Atio.ncy.
June SS, A. li. lSICj.
County court of K
Term. A. T. 1!M
;k Island county. July
Mompelier Tile Company vs. EM Bmnson, in
Public noiictf is h-rtt y given f the aaid Bli
Pnmson that a writ of attachment issut i. out of the
office of the clerk of the cou-iiy Ci.urt o; Kock Isl
unit county dated the liitn day of t bniarv. A.i
ls'.B, at the suit of Ihe raid M- ntpeller Til Coffi
panvand acain: the estate of the said Hilt onson
for the sum of two hundred ami ten:v-twi dol
lars and nine cents directed to the shc'tiif of sail!
Rock iMand eouutv. which -aid writ ha nten re
Anil an order having b . i. entered f recor 1
in said court st ti e Ma i h t. rm. is:-:;, thereof,
t at said cause stand cor.iinucd, with criicr of
Ni w. therefore, unless you, tl,- said Eli B:oi,
son shall persoi ally lie aii a;,;.ear b. fore the
saul lounty court of Hoc is and count v on the
first day of th next tt rm thereof, t he holden
at the court hou-e in tue citv of Rack Island in
sa d county, on the Tenth nv of ,lu'v A
!. lSIO. give .-peei.i! bull and ji ea"i to the 'faiii
plaintiffs att ion. judgmi nt will I entered
ajiiinst you. and in favor of ihe said Mountpelier
Tile company and so much of the property ai-ai-hed
t.s niiy bp suftirier t to satisfy the -ad
judgment aim costs. w:llK-o'd to satisfy the
Clera of the County Conn.
Jackion i Hurst, riali. tiff's A;torr.es
Kock Is.snii .lulv ft A.
OF KKAL KSTATE.
Bv virtue cl an order and deciee of tLc county
court, of Rnk .slaid county, state of Ilhuoi-.
made od ihe elition ef the undersigned, James
' , Johnston, administrator of th estate of
Thomas 11. o'Donnell, deceased, at the May
term, A. 1., ls;iS, of said court, lo-wit. on the 3d
day of May. A. D., lfScj
At rt an o der cn.cred on the pith dnj of June.
A. 1) . ordering ii readvi rlisicg
I shall on the loth dav of .:u!y, A. D., IJM,
between the ho irs of 10o"cloc in the forenoon,
and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said div. sell at
pnhltc sale, at the northdoor of the o.art house,
in th- city of Kock Islaud. iu said conntv, the
real estate desciibed as fOilows to-wit:
That certain tract o- prccl of land situated in
ihenortDwcst tnarter () of section number
tweny el(ttt township number nineteen
(1, n nh range three (av. east of the Fourth (4)
pnncipa' meridian descriocd as follows, begin
ing aao.S feet east of the comer of sections 20.
SI, 4and 2n. in thi township aforesaid : tbenoe
onth i8 feet, then norm s6 degrees, east
IBS feet thenc north 4!H degrets, west 21 feet,
lo the section 1 ne; thence west en the section
line 5S feet to the place of beginning.
Situated In the township of Canoe Creek,
connty of bock 1-dsnd. stale of IHino:s on the
following terms, to-w.t: cash on delivery of
Hated this lUth day of June. A. 1) . 1PM
J. U JOHNSTON.
Adminis'rntor of Hie Estate of Thomas B. O'Don
STATE OK ILLINOIS. I .
Kocli IsLASU COI KTT. f S'
In the county court, of said county to the Mav
Term. A. I). 1MK.
James K. Johnston, administrator of the es
tate of R..Silic Harlnagel, decea-eo. vs Emelie
Holier, Alic: Eiwel. Theodore Uattnagel, WI1
iiim Halt- ug . Arthur Hartnagel. Ednin Hart
nagel and l'.-uil lluningel.
Alli livit or noii resi ieuce of sa d Enel e Ro
ller. Alice Eiuel. Theodo-e llHrtnagel. Willn-ui
llartnag 1. Arthur Hartnajrul and tdwin liart
o.igel having been Ditd in the office of the clerk
of said county court, notice is hereby given to the
S'lid fciuclie Kolier Alice Engel . Ti'eodore llatt
rugel. William llartnigcl, Arthur Hart nag-el and
Edwin llaitna, ei, heirs of the said He.salie Hart
natel, doct-ased, that tte sa.d -1 nines K. John
ston, ndmiiiist'utor of the esuite of Rosalie
Hartnagel. deceastd, Uied in the said coun
ty court on the Mih day of June. A.I), lswl. his
petition making the said Emelie Roller, Alice
Eugel. '1 heodore Hnrinage', Widta-n llartnaeel,
Anhar Har'nagel. Edwin Harinasel and Pnnl
HnrtnaKel, defendants, pruvintf for an onier di
rertiug him to sell, for ihe purpose of pavine tte
debts of said estate, the following descriied real
The nortti twenty ( acres of the west half of
the east half of section nine C.H in township
seventeen (171 north rnge two Oil w. st of tne
fourth (4) principal mt ridiau situ utcii in the
county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, except
ing theicfroin the following described real estate
taken by the United States government for the
building of the Illinois and Michigan canal. Be
ginning at a pjint on the half section line forty
two chains and Ufty-sevcu (57) links south
of the southwest corner of the southeast quarter
of said section nine (9) 8Dd running thence south
sixty-three (63) degrees and forty (40) minutes
east ( 8 tM degrees 49 E) thirteen chains and
twenty-fonr links (13 24-100 chains) thence sooth
fifty-two degrees and fifty-five ni nutes east (S52
degrees 55 minutes E) ten chains and fiftv-ntne
I nks (10 59-10U chtins) more or less to the east
line of said west half of the cast half of said
section nine ifl) containing between sa'd line and
Roc Biver eight and twenty two hundredths (8
SW-100) acres more or less
That a summons thereupon be issue d 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 tirst Monday of July, A. D.,
189:1, as is by the law required, which suit is now
pending. Now, nn'esn yoa appear in said court
on the first day of the August term, thereof to
be held at the court house in the city
of Kock Island. in said county and
state, on the first Monday of August, A. I. 3898,
and plead, answer or demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as confessed
against yoa. and judgment thereon against you
Dated this 14th day of June. A. D. 1893.
UJALMAR ROHLSE, Clerk,
McEnikt mcKmikt Solicitors.
House Raising and Moving-
Kai sinj; brick buildings especially
Address E. A. ROUNDS.
1515 Seventh Avenue, Box Ml.
m s ail o r A .
STATE SAVINGS BANE.
Office Corner Fifteeath street and Third Ave
Succeeds the Moline Savings nana. Oreamsedi,,
-5 PerCBM INTEREST AID OX DEPOSITS."
Organised under State Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 p in., and Wednesday t
Saturday nights from7 toj, m
POBTEK SKtHXER, - P'eci,f..t
H. A. AtMSWOKTH, - - Vire-Pr... ,-
J. F. IlEMKNWAT, - - l-'"
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wel'
C. A. Rose, M . A. Alnswnrb
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adam.
Andrew Krlberg, it. F. UemeLw'y
REAL ESTATE LOANS
male ror private parties in the tar,:er
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dart. President.
J. fe. Dabt Ca-T.. r
Mitchell Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Kohluson, Cashier Rock Isian.! Ni--B:it;k.
. C. t'aner. V. D
ler.ry Pan's Sens. Wholesale (iroers.
' oTcsuoudi nee -oliclted.
Ret resents, among other tiaic-Tlel and c'.'
know n Fire Insurance Companies, the follou ic.--Royal
Insurance C'ompanv. of England
cseheterF.re Jus. Company, of N. V
liuffaio German Ins. Cempaiiy, Iluflalo. Y
Rochester German Ins. Co.. Hocbester V T
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburs I'a
son Fire Oltioe, London,
l uion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., ew Haven, Conn.
Muwieit.i. l a ... . . . ...
Wis uiu ids. vo., Ja'jwauei.
Uerman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. ISth St. and iM Ave.
Kock Island, III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVILAND
Hepreeeaticg over 40 Million Dolors
of Cash assets
f'ire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, Mitchell 4 Lvni.'s :.
Kx-k Island, Ills.
tSSecure our rates; they win interest j. ;.
J M. BUFORD,
The old Fire and Time-tried Company p
Losses Promptly Paid.
Kates at low a; any reliable company tan i'ori
Your Patronaee is solicited.
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Lame BacK, c
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With Eleotro-Masnetlo SUSPKNSORV
uua I'aleal i iea i pmvawiM
Will ears witaovt medicine all resultlofr fw
overtaxation of brain nerve forces i exeeaMal or Inali
crKioo, a itnun debility, skvplrssawaa, uuuro"''.
rheumatism, kidney, lirer and bladder complaints,
lame back, lumbago, sciatica, all feraaki ooKipiiiaw
-.vaml HI beaJUi, etc. This eleetric Belt coctaiai
On, i rl bimmu over all othera. rurreiit i;
UHMUWJ It'J t PT WNRT T WW liWirili .... 'i ' -
will curs all of the above diseases or no par. Thou
sands bare been currd by this marveloos iiiveru.. "
after all other remedies failed, and (tlra hutuk"
Of Uatimooiala in tbis and every other state.
Our rmrral lasnssd ELUTUC HSTBIMH. ft
rrrmuat boon er otlered tat men. rui u--1VIU.
M fiend fur liiua'tl Pampblet, mailed. aoal.tn
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