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T1IK AllCiUS, TUESDAY, JULY 11,
! jtB3CAK, BOC.K IBLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
j hj way Depot tonsei Fifth avenue and Thirty
t Street, rrana u. riummer, ijcui.
ouncii Binds A. Miuneso-1
taDay Express 1
ansa City Day Eipresa. ..
ffashineton Express.. ..
maba and Denver Vesti- I
;uui City Limited . ...
ituart-Rock Island Express
L Paol and Minneapolis
ansas City ard St .loe
s Moines, Omaha t Ln-1
': am 4:45 am
10:50 pmi 6:1 jam
7 .45 am 1:tb pm
3.45 am' 3:30 am
4:.Mi am ll ;05 pro
5:30 pml :on am
C : 17 am 9 :05 pm
H:tO am' : 11m
J:10 amj'10 20 pm
' DailT. vGoingeaat. IGotncwest. tPnU
' nan sloeDlng rar it sidetracked at Davenoort
, ndtakento Chicago daily by th's t a'n. Thia
1 aria read for oocu;arc at p. m. for reser-
, atlon cf berths, ticket, etc., telephone 1093
, UVa AB1HUU, wr Mpk-iJ Ut7Ml.
i F. B. Pm fr. crl
! L. M. Amu. Gen. Agt. Pi s Dept. Uavenport,
.3PRLINUTON ROUTB-C, B. A Q. RAIL
J way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth si.
. Loaia express ,
It. U ul dture .....
. Panl 2xpre
....:40an. 7:40 pm
. .. ( 4upm: 0 40 a -n
. . u . u. - 1 j a .
...I 8:t0 pro W :45 am
...I 7 iSfi am I 6:50 Dm
9:')0aml 5:16 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAI L RAIL-
' way itacine soatbwestera Division De
t Twentieth street, between First and Second
wan, at. u. w. Holmes, agent.
7:00 an 9' 30 pm
4 4 j pro! 11:4 am
I:41u. 0) nm
ail and Express
. Paol Express
5. M Accommodation.
CCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY D3
V pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
. Rockwell, Agent.
im Mall Express
7 :05 pm
3 0 1 pm
JURilNGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
J era railway, depot fiot of Brady etreet.Dav
; port. J.B.Uannegan, Gen.T'k't Jt Pass. Aent.
Pave nport Train.
, Leave West Davenport.
bt:5 pmlblO 45 am
bVOO amlbll:l5 pm
' West Liti.TW Tra'nn
! b7:trm hpitipin
a10:3 1 pm a4 50a a
I an 45 am 1
bl :15 pm ; t)S:Kium
I b9:lft, m I1 :15pm
' Ml :50am
.Dally. bDilly except Sunday,
c . u ..... v. 1
I- uoe l uihhcti' itouii TC TI3
ast. South and Southeast.
1 Fast M'l. Express
.Rocs Island 8:0nam 8:30 pm
.Orion 8:45 am 8:04pm
Camnridiie H:iHm 3:27 pm
Hnlfi 9 :3b am 8 :57 pm
Wyomine 10:11am 4:33 pm
yrvcreville :iu:30am 4:55pm
Peoria '11:15 am 5:40 pm
oomlngton.... 1 1:15 pm 9:15 pm
ntngfleld '3:40 pm 10:) pm
eksonvllle 4-OCpm 12-05 n'l
acatnr , :50 pm 10:00 pm
invllle 13:50 pm 19:10 am
dianapolle ; 6:55pm 3:35am
Haute 1 7:10 pm 10:00 am
ranaville 1:20 am 7:35am
.Louis 1 7:30pm 7:40am
Inclnnati 11:00 pm 7:10 n't
. Peoria 10:10 ami 3:50 pm
T.Rock Iind ... I l:pm 7:05pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Island at
00a. m. and 6.20 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
- and 1:15 a.m. Leave PeoJla COO a. m. and
:15p. tn; arrive Rock Island 4:30 p. m and 1:95
All train r in daily except Sunday.
All passenger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Cnairci-on Fast Express between Rock
ilond and Peoria, both directions.
Through tioion to all points; baggage cnecked
trough to destination.
1 Aceom, I
... 1 S.lo am
... '10.20 am
... 11.00 am
Roc'x Ila-i '. .
: " Cable
I ntii null nt-i.vui,
T. CHe ... .
' Rosk lilinl
7.IM im 1.45 pm I
7.55 am 3.00 pn-4
-i Tltt A.7., t
Great Rockilsland Route
i TO THE U AST. '
, Bebt Dining Car Service in the World.
The llock I.ilanil is fnrtMiiont in
' "adoptinfi any titlvo,iit:ire culcuhtted
. to improve spoon aim pivo mai nix-
i ury, (safety ami comfort that popular
Mpnvtron:i";ti" iluniaiiils. Its equipment
. .i.i.. ..l..,. . :
LllOriW; HlJ uulllMi.-n: eLl-
bulea. trains, niayniiifunt uininp;
cars', .filfcupvTS ami chair conches, all j
Jne'inosi eiegant, aim oi recently im-.
Poitlifnl iinil rrtimhlp Jiinnitoronii'tit
) " i o j
;.and polite, honest service from era
iplbyes arc important item. They
arc a double duty to the . company
land 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 Kock Island Route runs all
f re"-ular trains to Englewood subur
! K..n aot;r.n dose to World's Fair
Mi&lX C7 blAt V a r
vrrwinds, and vou 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 oflice in the United Mates,
Gcn'l Ttt & Tass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E.ST.Jou-. (Icn'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THAT MAKES G )0D BLOOD
Wm completely change the b ond In yoor system
in tbree months' time, and a nd new, rich blood
coursing through your veins. 1 f yon feel exhausted
and nervous, are Kctrlng tbln and all run down,
Gllmore'a Aromatic Wins, whl. h Is a tonic and not
JTTB wl" restore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, nse It for your daue liter. It Is the best
regulator and corrector for ail illmenta peculiar to
woman. Ii enriches the bloo 1 and trivet lasting
Siren tfth. It Is guaranteed to . ore Dlarrbsa, Dy
entery, and all Summer Complslnta, and keen uie
bold by all druggista for fl rer bottle.
THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
oently rnre all form ol
NervoBS Weakness, Kniis
sionr, f perajatorrhta. Im
potency and all effscts of
abuse .r ezcesses; been
i rescriiied .ver 35 yeart
intboaands ofcaeft; is
Vcfore a tul A f for. ""V'.l1'1? ?. ?.h;
druggists for Wood s Ph arm dink: if be offer
jome wonhle-s medicine In place of thia. leave
bis dishonest vtnr.. . i 1...... .
we will send oa by return mail Price onparkagt
J.;Blx-5:one will please, alt will enre; pam
phlet in plain sealed envelope. I stamps: address
131 Wrodward avena i. Detreit Mich.
t TT)KN EY AT LAW-Offlcj in Mitchell
l Lvnde't new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ri'ou V B S AT LAW. Offlreln Rock Isia d
S'.v: tNEI k WAI KER,
1 -i::s i:ri and counsellors at law
1 m.r,. t Hiv ..-stop's block. R.ct Island, 111.
i lMBT k HcEXlRT,
' TT. R'I" ;; AT LAW Loan money on scod
"ecar-tv. -nrikocollcctione, Keference. Mlub
!.1A Lyi.iie "inkers. Office tn Poatoffice block.
S Yi ODELIj,
l TTJRN'EY XT LAW-Formc-ly of Port Byron,
1 aud dti-in' the past two year with the firm of
frowning Entriken at Moline, has now opened
m office iu Hi - .uditoriura building, room 5, at
C J. SEAULX. S. W. SEAB1.B.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
t TTORVErS and Counsellor-" at Law and So
.xllcltors In Chancery ; office Bcford's block,
R. Mi PEAR3E,
Koom 'i; in Mitchell A Lynde'j new bloca.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the new
No 1716 Second avenue, over t rail Math's.
QRS. BICKEL &SCHOEMAKER
Mitchell & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81.
Edwabd L. Haksatt. Clabe H. Buford.
HAM MATT & BTJFORD,
ARCHITECrs, Rock Island, II:. Office Koom
41, Mitchell & Lynde buitditg.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
flat" and superintendence for all class ol
'ooni; 53 and 55. Mitchell & Lymle bnilding
DR W. W. ADA3V19,
Physician and Sargeon.
.-'pcciii' altcation L'iv.-n to disci'cs of the Eye
tin 1 Ear
Ollice an 1 r sidenou I512 Twentl :th s'.ruct.
(Ulicc Lours: 10 to 12 a. M., 2 :o 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Tel plio e No. 1209.
DR. A SAY.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Tiiikd Avi;.,
i icieimone iz4V. liuuis islanu, ill.
Office Hour-: 10 a.m. to 12 m. , 1 to 3 p. ni. and
J. It. Uollowbush, M, D, Gee, E, Bart h.M.D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH.
PHTrtlOIANS AND SUEQKONS,
Office 40333rd st. Telephone 1065
HesidcnceTSiaistst. " 1188
orricx iiociw :
Dr, Barth lit, llol owbush
9 to 10 a. m. I 1( to 12 a. m,
1 to and 7 toH p.m. i to 5 tnd 7 to8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROBINSON
Far NncD ami Thrnat
UUI I1UUW UIIU IIIIWUI
Office McCullough Building, 1 M W. 3d St.
Hours: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 om.
J. F. Mtbbs, M. D. Gio. W. V'heblkb.M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WI CEELER,
SurarrF sod nmeaien of Women
Office over Krell Jr. Math's. Telephone 1113.
DR. XTBB8. I DR. WI1XILEH.
1 1 to 1J a. m. 1 8 to 10 I. m.
2 to5 and 7 low p.m. 1 1 to 3 aid 7 to p. m
tea. telephone Mi. ' He, u h.-ibouc-11W.
DISCARDED BY THREE STATES.
Tbe Origiual No Man's Land Lay Be
tn-i-eu Maryland and Vlelaware.
When one speaks to you of Xo Man's
land, don't bo so sure that he means
to refer you to that strip of sand
prairie at the far end of the Indian
territory, otherwise "the Panhandle."
Th orig-inal Xo Man's land is a little
tong-ue of real estate extending a few
miles south of the Mason and Dixon
line, between the states of Maryland
and Delaware. Occasionally some
one starts the story that the above
mentioned tract is, properly speaking,
a part of no state that it is a scrap
or left-over piece of the United States
where no one owns the land upon
which he resides. On the maps the
land is usually accredited to
the state of Pennsylvania, but
hig-h legal authority says that the
claim is very vague and shadowy.
Th's trinagular bit of territory was
marked ofT in n fnrinnc monT,A ai,.
eastern bounoaiy of Maryland was
early determined, but the southern
boundary of Pennsylvania was long a
matter of dispute. Finally .Mason and
Dixon began their survey, starting at
the eastern boundary of Maryland,
proceeding westward. At the same
time the northern boundary of Dela
ware was declared to be a semicircle,
the center of which was New Castle,
In surveying this semicircle it was
found that the circumference did not
touch the boundary of Maryland at its
junction with the Pennsylvania line.
Thus this three-cornered bit of land
was actually left over, discarded by
three states and finally attached to
Pennsj-lvania for judicial purposes.
NO WORK FOR HIM.
Where the African Slave Can Draw tbe
We are apt to confound African
slavery with the forms of slavery
known to Northern nations. One of
the curiosities of domestic slavery in
darkest Africa is that, while the native
slave owner can, by custom, compel
his slaves to fight for him, and pos
sesses other extensive powers over
them, he cannot "legally" compel his
slaves to work fur him. On theCong-o
and its affluents, native (not Moham
medan) slave owners pay wages to
their own slaves whenever the latter
are required to transport ivory and
produce to the coast Even Tippoo
Tib pays his numerous slave soldiera
under such peaceful circumstances.
The explanation of this anomaly seems
to be that war is a far more ancient
and primitive institution than lalor.
When domestic slavery was "first
introduced"' into Africa regular labor
was unknown: the ricrhtto monopolize
the slave's labor was therefore never
incorporated among the slaveholder's
privileges and prerogatives. It is
white men who have really introduced
a"nd acclimatize! the idea of work or
"labor" in Africa. When Pharaoh
compelled the children of Israel to
"work" for him he was considered a
dangerous revolutionist by Egyptian
conservatives. The Spaniards first
introduced labor slavery in the West
ern world. We moderns have com
pletely forgotten that the 6lave was
originally in the main a fighting1 re
tainer, not a working man.
EHOW SHE KEEPS FRESH.
Toilet Iteginien or a Woman Who Works
Hard, Yet Looks Well.
This is the toilet regimen of a
woman who works but who is noted
for her fresh looks and superabundant
energy. She rises early, and when she
has dashed her face with cold water
she eats an orange, a peach or an
Then she goes on with her toilet,
washing face and neck with warm
water, because bhe has found a cold
sponge too severe for her.
Then she works awhile, and when
breakfast is ready has copied her
notes or got them in shape to uso
later. She begins breakfast with fruit.
All day she works hard, but when
Bhe goes home she is never too tired to
give her hair its fifty long, even
strokes, and to bathe her face and
neck in very hot water. When she
has done that she rubsthe back of her
neck vigorously with aromatic vin
egar, by which time "that tired feel
ing" is gone and she is ready for din
ner. Before going to bed she eats a
cracker and some stewed fruit Then
she takes ' her bath, which thrice a
week is a sulphur balh. made by
throwing a handful of sulphur into
the tub of water. The next morning
her skin is infantile in its freshness
and firmness, and she is a'.ays alert,
energetic, elastic and healthy.
lTovlilencu and fnele Timothy.
Away up on the hills of Ilardscrab
ble lived odd old Timothy Walrath.
Regularly, every Saturday of the
month, and the year, he used to go
down to the little hamlet in the valley
and peddle a bushel basket full of
One unusually severe season, even
for liardscrabble, because of the
droguht, the Inhabitants, bemoaning:
the hard times, expressed their fears
that they would soon, also, be de
prived of their weekly - allowance of
eggs, if matters did not speedily mend.
But one faithful old deacon hope
fully declared that Providence would
"Yes," said the cheerful old vendor
of eggs, "and if lie won't, Uncle Tim
How He Found the Missing Heir.
A Mayville, N. Y., lawyer, in search
of a missing; heir, became satisfied at
last that the man he wanted was some
where in Canada, but not knowing;
whore, he addressed a letter to him at
every postofhee in Ontario and Quebec
nearly 4,000 of them in alL One of
the letters reached the addressee, and,
as his inheritance was more than
$100,000, he probably won't object to
the item "Postog-e, 92," in the law-yer'a-little
Bow Try This
It will cost vou nothing and will
surely do you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
Jew Discovery for consumption.
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back.
Sufferers from la gripiie found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
sample bottle at our expence and
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmevcr's drug store. Large
size 5c and fl.
S. H. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
Speaker.C'atawba, Ohio, had live large
fever sores on his leg, doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely. Sold bv
Hartz & Ullemcycr's drug store.
BUCKLES S AKXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cnts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rhenm
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi ively cures piles or
nc pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
Very Comooo Manners
Boston culture is not exclusive,
even the house servants know it by
sight. Witness the following recent
occurrence: A lamily in only com
fortable circumstances, with one ser
vant had one day a young gentleman
to dinner. After he1 had gone the
guest was spoken of in the kitchen,
where the servant said to her mistress:
"I noticed he was not a man of cul
ture; lie said 'thank you' when I
changed his plate at dinner. ,T
Noblemen aa Cabbies.
Several men who have outlived
their greatness are now glad to earn
their living as coachmen in Berlin.
Among Uii-m are sixteen nobles-, seven
retired army officers, and three pulpit
less j ustors. Three British notabili
ties now gleefully crack the whip as
London cabmen: they are an ex-niem-ber
of parliament, a baron and a inar
quis. What fund Him?
liirturbed, diftnrhed; with pain oprre-d
o 'frp, no re-t: via dieadful pi-t
Such terror thus en- nured Liui?
T))spepeia all flight, a'.l day.
It rt ally seemed had r me to stay:
1'ray, file's 3 on, then. v. hat cured him?
It was Dr. l'ie:ce".- Or.'oi n Medical Dii-covery.
That lit the crcat cure for Ueadai he, crof ul.
DyBiMpiia, Kidney Disease. Liver Complaint :iad
cencral debility. An inactive liver means pn f-
oned blood. Klrney disuruer mean po'soiud
blood. Constipation meant JKiisoned Mood.
The (treat antidote for impure blood is i r.
Pierce's Golden Medical Hisccivery. Actii'E di
rectly npon the affected organs, slores ttiem t
their normal rondi ion Tbe "Diacov rj" ts
guaranteed to b ne&t or cure in nil ousee of dis
ease for which it is recommended, or money paia
for it will he promptly -efunded.
When 3ahy was sick, we pave tier t.'astoria.
When ' hn was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she btHianie MisK, she clung to Castoria.
When aho had Children, she gave t hem Castorim
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people ud
to use it.
Chiic'reia Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cvugh
Chi.dret Cry far
makes no difference what kind. Using
greasy and inferior soaps is one road
to premature decay sore hands
sore hearts clothes never clean.
Not so frhen
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 ureenland snowdrift v
JAS. S. K1RK& CO.. Chicago.
Iinclrir IK v-wv, Ton Snnn Makes tke H Sefl
vuoaj U' . .: ' a iu uvuyt and bbmui
t -BEST AND GOES FARTKESV)
f Highly Phrc-Pt:bloand utritious Mad instantly with hailing water or milk. ,
OTICE TO CONTRACTOKS.
Sealefl proposals will be received at tte city
clerk's ofiice. Rock Island, l!is , nntil 5 o'clock
&m., August 7,1893, for replanking bridge at
liar. Ills., commomy known as bridge No. 2.
Specific tioncanbe teen at the city clerk's
The city r-'etrve the riht t i reject any or all
bida. By order oj the ci"y ouncii
Bock Island, 111., Jnlyn 18U.
A. 1). Ill ESINU. City Clerk.
In the matter of Qua R. Englin debtor.
The enderoipned hereby gives notice that Got
R. Knglin, doing bulnss in the city of Rock Isl
and, in the county of Kock If land, and rtate of
Ulin'i'didon the 2ih day of June A. 1. 1893,
trmefer to the undersigned a aMign;e a'l his prop
e ty for the benefit of b Is creditor, according to
the provision! uf tbe act concerning awignmeLts.
All persona having c'atms agtinu eaidGus R.
Englin are hereby notified lopreacnt ruch claims
unde- oath or affirmation, to me at ttork Island
in said county and Hate within th'ee months
fiom this date.
Dated thi SOthday of Juni 1893
3. a. CLE LAND. Assignee.
OTICE IX ATTCHMENT
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Iblawi. c cktt. f
circuit court of Rock Island count v. Sentember
term, A. D. 1?SW
Tuel'eoplc s National Bank of Rock Island. 111..
vs C. W. Moti er, in attachment.
Pnblic notice is hereby eiveu to tbe said C. W.
Moshertbat a writ of attachment issued ont of
the office of tneclerk of tbe ircuit court of Rock
Inland lounty, riaied the With day of May, A.
D. at tbe suit of the said People's National
Hank smd a'.ainot the estate at tha said C. W.
Moeher 'or the mm of Ten Thousand i)n.fm nm
dollars, directed to the sheriff of said Rock Island
county, which said writ has been returned exe
cuted. Now. therefore, unless von. the id n. W
Mohr. fhsll personally be and appear before th
said circuit rour. of Ruck Island county on the
first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at
the court house in the city of Kock Island, in said
county, on the h d y of feptembcr, A. D. f B3.
give ejecial bail and plead to the said plaintiff's
action, jnrtcment will be entered against yon, and
in favor of the said Pcoolt's National Bank, and
so muctrof the I roperty attached as may be suf
ficient lo sati-fy the said judgment and costs, will
be soid to- satisly the same.
tE')KiE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Jis. L. Hs, Plaintiff's Atlo.ncy.
J one SS. A. D. 18!.
JjOTICR IN ATTACHMKNT.
Ci unty cosrr of Kxk Ilairi rnuntv r,,w
Term. A. 1. Is.
Mntitpelier Tile Comuanv v. Eii Bmiisnn in
l'nbiii; notici- is hrebv viv.-n o the mui trn
Bmi!S-n that a wrirof at'aciim-nt !-ut-t out f ih
oftic:? jf the clerk of the coanlv court . K(X.k 1-1.
and cotiiiiy dated the ltitn day of r'ehruarv. A.L)
at lhe suit of the said Mntpr!it'r Ti'l Com
pany Mid atainst t!e estate tit the -.-i; Kli Ii i on-on
for 1 lie i:tn of two hundred and ivcMv-urn do!
Jata ai d nine cents, directed to lhe sheriff of raid
Kock Island contitv. which raid writ hjs ne.-n re
turned execuu d.
And an order buvlni; b.-en -mered cf recorl
i said court M the Ma th trnn. ls.t. thereof.
t' at said cause stand continued, with oruer of
New, therefore, nnlrss you. the caid Eli Hron
son shall pcrsot ally bs and appear before the
smo roiii iv conn oi kock islaLI ctiunty on the
first day of thf next term then-of. ti be holden
it the coutt house in the-citv of Kock Island, in
sa 1 county, on the Tenth c ay of ,luly A.
I). IS A. i;ivepeci d bail aud plead to the raid
plninnff's action. jud:nunt will entered
aain-i jou, aud in faor of the said Monntuelier
Tile co upany and so much of the prop erty t
:chfd as limy lie sufliriers io satiny the said
judgment and costs, w;ll ile si:d to surisfy the
'lerk of the t'eafy Cocrt.
JiiCttnn i Hurst. Plaii.tii" Artoraevs
Ri-K Is 'Mil. July S A. I.
8TTE OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island t'ocwTT. f
Id lhe county court of said county la the Ma
Term, A. li. 1-H3.
Jam's K. Johnston, admiiustralor ot the fo
late of Rustlie Hartuaitel, deeeaseu. vs Emelie
Koher, Alice Kneel. '1 heotloru Uartmsel, Wll
liiini llarti iije1, Arthur Iiartniu;ei. Edwm II art -nagel
ami Paul Hartnagel.
ABidavit of non resi lence of sa d Erjel e Ko
her. Alice Eniel, Theodore Uartnasrl. Willism
llartuai: 1. Arthur HurtDairnl and iviiwin hart
nagel havinc been filed in tbe otRee of tbe eierk
ol said county court, rotioe is herebyKiven to the
Slid hmclH Koher Alice Eng l, TLeo4lre lltttt
shl:i'1. William llartnxgel, Arihnr Uartuvurel and
Edwin H.ntna. el, heirs of lie said Kcsalie Uart
nacel, doceus d. that the sa'd .laaas K. Jobn
ston. ailmiuist Htor of the estate f liosalic
llnrtnaui'1. deceased, tiled, ui ttw saiii coun
ty court on the 10. h day of June. A. 1) . isitt. bis
petition maki -g the suid- Emelie Koher, Alice
EiiL'ei. 1 hi-odore Uariuagcl. Wiilian Uartnicei,
An liar liar nattol. Edwin Ilainnasel end Paul
Hartuaeel. dvloiidants, praA'ini; foran onk-rdi-r
ting liiui 'o se 1. fori be purpose of ying toe
dolus of said estate, the following ttescrii ed real
The nort i twenty (JO - i cres of the west half of
the eastiu'f of section nine () In township
sevoiteen IT north r nite two (2) w. st of the
fonrili i4i irinci) al meridian si'u atev: in the
countv of Kock Mind, state of Illinois, i xo pt
insr Hi -eltom lhe folloatina destnbed real estate
taken by Die f idled Slates s;ov rnment fur the
biiilniiiL' of tbe Illinois ujul Michiirin canal. Be
ginning a' a po ut on the half stciion line fortv
two Hi) cbtiius and lifty-seveu .571 liims south
of the souihwest cor er of lhj southeast quarter
of said section nine (91 and ruia-iug fence touth
sixiy-tbrie Ksli di gr-es and t'oiiyiUM minutes
cist ( S Is! rogrees 49 El thinten ctains and
twenty-tour lii ks ( .8 iVloO chairs) ih lice south
fifiy-tao degrees aim lifiy-nve uiu ;teseast (S 5i
deitreis.Vi minutes El t: n chains aud nftv-niue
I uks (10 Mi-loudi ins) more or less to t.'ie east
line of said west half of the east half of said
secion nine '.) contiinina Vilwcen sa d line and
Kocx biver ciglit end I went r two himoreiiths is
--11101 acres luore or li ss
That a summons thereuiv-.ii be issm d out of
said conn acainst the a'oovc named de'indarls
returnable on ilio 1st day o' tbe term of said
county conn, to be In-ld at th! couit house iu
sain connty ua the first Monday of Jul.. A. I).,
jo-.m, as is uy iue law reojuireu. Inch suit is now
peucinit. Now, mi era you appear in said court
on the first day of the August term, thereof lo
be hela ah the court house iu the city
of Rook Island. in .- said eouu'y anil
state, on the first Monday of August, A. I). ;t!3.
mm iieau. answer or Demur, to a petition there
in filed, the same will he taken as confessed
aeamst you, and judgment therein agaiust you
Liacvn mis I4tn day of June, A. D. 18iK).
UJALMAK KutlLttK, clerk.
McEnikt aicGnirt ohcitura.
' Lumbago, Sc!at!ca,
uamo BacKa ccc
DR. SAHDEM'S ELECTRIC. BELT
I Wtth Electromagnetic SUSPENSORY.
' ltet Pateatsr Best laipraveawaU I
Win ours without medicine aU Sulii. resulting fmm
overtaxation of brain ncrre forces, ezcewsa or India,
cretion, as Dervoos debility, sleeplessness, laniruor.
ffiatism kidney, liver and bladder oompuunta!
JSrofit:,k: Vi1"10' sciatica, all female compiaint;
general ill health, etc. Tui electrio Belt contains
il!1 ,Im '""'u aver all others. Cnrraut la
iJfiftSJilff," VT.C or r forfe' .out.. and
wiucureallof the above diseases or no par. Thou
Bands have been cured by this marveloTiaTnvenUoa
emur all other remedies failed, and v cits Eauirada
M testuooulala in thia and every other state! .
LJgf JTsasinU lafnnd BLKTTUC BGaPr.VMtT. the
fI5Xt"?; bS?B VZT weak men, ITtKl wttbsU
S'j " a Vlmas Wrmu StAKisiXXD la CO ta
vaar. bund forlllua'd Pamphlet, mailed .awledVbaa
8ANDEN ELECTRIC CoT
X. 68 UtM ttWcel, CiUCAtirU, U4L8. J
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A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other tlmc-trlei and well
known Fire Insurance Companies, the following:
Foyal Insurance Company, of Eneland.
r.in.i i . i nre jus. cempiD, or i .
Buffalo German Ins. Company, Buffalo N y
Rochester German Ins. Co., Hochestcr N Y
Citizens' Its. Co., of Pittebnre. I'a
Hun Fire Office, London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Ilaveo, Conn.
WhjllWUteC Mechanlc8 lns- Co Milwaukee.
German Fire Ids . Co., of Peoria, 111 .
Office Cor. 18th St. and 2tl Ave.
Kock Island, III.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVXLAND
Repreeeatirs over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFH'E-Koom SI. Mhchell & Lynde's block
rto'k Island, Ills.
CSSecure uor rates; they will interest you.
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Lossss Promptly Paid.
Kates as low as any reliable company can afford
Your falronaee is solicited.
LABOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it your own way.
ll is the bett tap marin
For v ashing Machir.- us-.
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" Wholesale Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors.
1616 -ntl 1618 Thinl Av
235 Wis. Street
lUncy Irwuule.. tc witliiit rtful
Brass. N0C.O.U. Circulaor r-'-oi'-s. all or
writoaaaboveforymplon. ISI-.in'r nf 'J oc.
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