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THE A11GUS, MONDAY, AUGUST 21. 103.
TIIE TBAYELEKy WUIDE
CHICAUO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot' cornet Fifth avenue and Thirty
Drat street, Frank U. Plummer, agent.
Council bluds Miuneso-
taDT Express.... (
Kansas City Day Express. . .
f Wahinrton Express.... ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
Sanaa City L mited
Stuart-Rock Island Express
St. Pan and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Jc
es Moines, Omaha Jt Lin- i
i :0ft pm
Dally. tGdneeast. tGoin wen. (A Pull
man Bleeping ear is sidetracked at Davenport
and taken to Chicago daily by this fain. 7h:s
ear la read for occuparcv at 9 p. m. s'or reser
vation cf hertrn, tickets, etc., telephone 1010
Kock Iun.l, or apyly at depot.
F. II. Pt.DMMER. Agt.
L. M. Allen. Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept, Davenport
BCKLINITON ROU TS-C, B. A . KAii.
war Depot First avi nno and BixtnenV'' t.
M.J. Youa;-, auent.
t. L'oi" i'xure ......
t 'oo! Exordia ...
St. Paul titpreM
Sterlice Faiee ....
. 45 au.
7 OS prr 7:55 a n
T :N iru
CHI0AS0. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Somhwostern Division De
pot Twentieth s-raet. between First and Second
avenge. E. D. W. liolmet. agent.
' TRAINS. LaavB I Aaaivfc.
Mail and tix?r 7:noiaj 9::W ...u
1 .! BU Paul Expr 4 4'Jpmi 11:4 nm
'; j lt. A.vnMvimi ttt -n I 0--
BOCK ISLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DH
pot First svenae and Twentieth street.
. H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Laavfc AUKivt
Pact Mall Bxprasa STi am fiCS ptc
Exprese- 2:'pm 1:2ft pis
Oabie Accommodation 9:10 am 3 0) ;:m
" 4:00 pm nn
BCRLINUTXN, CEDAR P.APIDS A NORTH
ern railway. depot foot of Brady street,Dav
enport. J.S.HanneiMii, Gen.T'k't A Pass.Aaent.
Leave West Davenport .
Leave. I Arrive.
bl:55"prn'M0 4S am
bl:00 aiu!bll:15 pm
Wear Libertv Trains
Nnrih. ;$r.uth .
. i l7:Sfm bl0:irpm
. ;al0:Si ;m a4 50a u
j aO 45 nm ,
h! :15 pm ! bS:Klum
. ! b9:l5 m ' hi :15pm
. i 'bll:50ain
aDaily. bDdl'y except Sun.liy. tOoing north.
Going South and eat
MOQI DIKKCT K0UT3 TO TBI
East. South and Southeast,
9 ::e am
4 -.65 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Terre U ante
! 10:31) am
ll :15 am
. 3:4') pm!
. 4-OC pm!
i 3:50 pm;
. 8:5i) pml
. ; 6:55 pm
; 7:10 pm.
. 1:20 am
. ! 7:S0 pm!
. 11 -.00 pml
9: In pm
7 : 35am
WIST BOUND .
Lv. Peoria .10:10 am 3:50 pm
Ar. Roc lnr.d I 1:85 pm 7 :05 pm
Aecommoda:inr. trains leave Rork Island at
6:00a. m. and 6.J0 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
m. and 1 :15 a. ni. Leave Peojia 6:00 a. m. and
7 :15p.m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p.m. and 1:15
All trains nn da'lv except Sunda; .
All paseii;er trains arrive and depart Union
Free C.'airc-on Fast Express between Rock
Islond and Porta, both directions.
Tnroieh ticte' to all points ; hagc:ure caccked
throaub to destination.
Lv. Hxi !la;id.
, . i t.-wi rauii mi
Lv. rVUe . . .
Ar. ! rn:i-. ...
.. .2" am H.fO pm
. 7.00 in J.45 pm
.1 7 5 am 3.00 pm
H. B. 9irr:,.w.
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE 111 AST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The lliick Island is foremost in
udoptinp; any ad vtintap;e calculated
t(t iinpnive speed and frivo that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
'.s thoroughly completo with vesti
buled trains, niagnilicont dininp;
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and callable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
ire a double duty to the company
" to travelers anil it is (sometimes
a task dillieult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find- little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Kock Island Route runs all
regular trains to Englewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
.r 't.-.tds, and von can save time and
r uble by getting oil at that "point
nu avoid the crowd in tue cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket otlicc in the United states,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Z . : . Tkt. & I'uss. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago IU.
THAT MAKES GOOD BLOOD
Will completely clianpo the Wood In your system
In three months' time, and send new, rich Diood
conning through your veins. IX you feel exhausted
and servous, are getting thin and all run down,
Gllmore's Aromatl Wine, which is a tonic and not
a beverage, will rritore yon to health and strength.
Mothers, use it f r your daughters. It is the best
regulator and corrector for all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enrlcl es the blood and gives lasting
strength. It Is gu iranteed to cure D1arrba?a, Dys
entery, and all Bummer Complaints, and keep uio
Sold by all drugrurts for 81 per bottle.
AvSN- ook's Cotton Root
A recent discovery by an old
physician Successfully used
monthly by thousands of la
dies. Is the only perfectly
safe and reliable medicine
discovered. Beware of un
principled droeiiists who of
fer Inferior inedici les in place of this. Aft for
Cook's Cotton Ro jt Cojipocsd, take no suhi 1
tute, or inclose 81 a ad 6 ceuts in postage in letter,
and we will send. Healed, by return mail Full
sealed particulars in plain envelope, to ladiet
only, 3 stamps A ldrcs
P)XD LILLY CCVPAXY.
No. 3 fisher ISlock, IVtrnn Mich.
Sold in Kork lsla.d by Marshall A Fisbci.
per Lloa-e, llaric A Uannsen 20th street and So
ave., and dru.wisis eve-whr-
ITTORXEY AT LW Office in Mitchell Jt
t Lynae's new block
JACKSON & HURST,
ITTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Bock Island
National Bank building, Uoca Island, 111
S. D. SWEB- ET. C. X,. WALKER.
SWEEN EY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oflice in Beni;s-on's block, Kock Island, III.
C. J. SEABLE. 8. w. SEA RLE.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AMi COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and 8o'iritor- in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island
- McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on Rood
security, mute collections. Reference,
Mitchell & Lynde, bankers. Office in Postoffice
S- W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Bvron.
and durtnz lue ast two years with the hrm of
Browning A Entriki n at Moline, has now opened
na office in the -iuJ;toriam bunding, room 5, at
K. M. PEAKCE,
ttoom S3 in Mite toll A Lyndc's new block
UK. J. E II A WTIIOKN E, "
Teeth extracted without pain by tbe new
o 1716 Second a renoe. over Krell tt Math's.
Drs. Bickol & Schoemaker,
Mitchell & Lynda's Block. Rooms 29-81.
Edward L. Hakiiati. Clare n. BnroRD.
HAMMATT & BUFORD,
A RCHITEC TS, Ri ck Island, 111 . Office Boom
a-a, si, jiitcneu dt iynae onuaing.
GEO. P. S3TATJDUHAR
Plats and super Ltcnduiice for all claas ol
ajomi 53 and 55, Mitclicll & Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention civon to dleaecs of the Eye
Office and resident e ;12 Twentieth s'reet.
OHlce hours: 10 ti 12 a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. m. Telephone Ni . 120!).
DR. AS AY.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Tiiiko Ave.,
Telophoiiu 1270. Kock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 t. m. to 13 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R, liollowbush, M . D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
pHYSIClANS AND 3URGKON8,
Office 40-J23n. st. Telephone 1065
Residence 7S I aistst. ,l 1188
Dr. Barth I Or, Uollowbnsh
u to 10 a. m. 10 to id a. m,
1 to S and T to8p.ii, J to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, 3AR, NOE
Offlce McCuIloog i Bnilding, 131 Vf. 3d St.
Boars: 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 dot.
J. F. Mtirs, M. V. Geo. W. Wbeelbb, M. D.
DRS. MYETS & WHEELER,
Bursary and i'me of ffsmei
Office over Krell A Math's. Telephone 1148.
on ice boubs:
. DR. XTEBa. I OB. WHEELER.
11 to 12 a.m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2 toB acd 7 to 0 p. m. 1 1 to 3 and 7 to p, m
Be, telephone 12U). He, telephone, 110.
BETTING ON THE SENIOR WRANGLER.
A Story of the I'ndcrentdaate Day. of the
Late Professor Adams.
I was on undergraduate of St. John's
college, Cambridge, when the late Pro
fessor Adams was there as an under
graduate also. I well remember his ap
pearance. He was rather a small man,
who walked quickly and wore a faded
coat of dark green. As I had entered as
a pensioner and be as a sizar, we did not
tit at the same table in hall or indeed
dine at the same hour. In my time the
Fellows' hall and ours was at 4 o'clock,
the sizars' (who had some dishes left
from the Fellows' table) at 5. Chapel
was at 0. when every member of tho
college was due and when some came.
Fellow commoners and pensioners saw
but little of the sizars as a rule, and I
fear they were looked down upon on ac
count of their poverty, except indeed
those few who were certain to do great
credit to the college. Tho fastest and
the vainest man would have been civil
to Adams, for he was known to be a
pretty certain Senior Wrangler; besides
men bet on him and backed him as they
would a race horse. But he was so ex
ceedingly good, so unusually safe, so ut
terly and entirely the favorite that odds
wero laid ou him at 3, or even 4 to 1.
Men little thought indeed that he
would very shortly discover a comet,
and that science all through tho world
would "cup" him in concert with the un
dergraduates to whom he soon became
a mighty don, though I tielieve use of
tho most gentle and unas.-iiiniing that
A couple of days ufter Adams had
come out Senior W rangier. I knocked in
late and had a chut with Dullard, the
porter, before going '.o my rooms. I said,
"Well, Ballard, we've got the Senior
Wrangler, but that was of course." Bal
lard looked glum. 1 could not under
stand it, for he was as proud of the col
lege as any of its members. "Ah, sir,"
he said. "Mr. Adams did not behave well
to me." "Not well to you! Why, what
on earth has he doner "I have lost 5
by him, sir." "How?" "Mr. Adams is
not a gentleman as often knocks in late,
but two nights before he went into the
senate house he did, and I made so bold
as to say, 'Mr. Adams, I hope no offense,
sir, but I suppose you are certain to be
Senior Wrangler, becauso I have laid
10 on it already and I have a chance of
laying another 3.' Now you'd hardly
believe it, sir, but Mr. Adams told me
thero was no certainty at all about it,
and that ho might come out second or
third when all the while he must havo
known he was dead certain."
"Well." I said, "I don't know what ho
knew, but all the uiiiversitj- knew. But
how did you lose your o':" "By not put
ting it on, sir, which I should have done
if he hadn't knocked in late. I kept the
10 on, however, and won what came of
that." So really Mr. Ballard had not
very much to complain of. London
XYlicre reiporinlnt Oil Is Kaiscd.
More than one-half of all the oil of
peppermint, spearmint and tansy used
in the world -is said to lie produced and
distilled in Michigan. The center of the
industry is St. Joseph count-. Pepper
mint plants weighing 15,000 tons when
dried are cultivated every year in the
state. From theso tho essential oils are
distilled. Early in spring the roots are
planted in furrows from two to three
feet apart. In a day a good workman
will plant an acre with them. A few
weeks later tho rows meet and cover the
entire ground. In Septemlier the plants
mature. They are then covered with
fragrant purple blossoms, and the time
has arrived for mowing. After lying in
the sun to dry they are raked into heaps
and taken to the distilleries, of which
there are about 130 in tho state.
It is estimated that S30 pounds of dried
peppermint plants produce ono pound of
oil. The yield per acre is 13 pounds of
oil. Distilled peppermint brings from
$1.23 to $3 per pound in tho home mar
ket. The industry was originally estab
lished in Mitcham, England, about 130
years ago. Early in the present century
a beginning was made in this country, in
Wayne county, N. Y., and in St. Joseph,
Mich. Today nine-tenths of tho entire
product of tho world are made in tho
United States. New York Post.
"Riding and Hitching."
Ono mode of trausjiortation among
the poor whites of southern West Vir
ginia is known as "riding and hitching."
It ir resorted to when two travelers find
themselves with oulj- one horse and
they are going too far to ride "double."
In "riding and hitching" one traveler
takes the horse and goes a mile or more,
while the other foots it behind. Tho
equestrian naturally makes faster speed
than the walker. So, a'ter he has ridden
his share, ho dismounts and hitches his
steed to a tree by the roadside and
pushes on afoot. In timo the other
walker comes to tho hitched animal,
mounts him, rides on until he has over
taken tho Crst rider and got some dis
tance in front, when the operation is
repeated. Thus each rides alternately,
and tho horse gets a breathing spell.
New York Sun.
Using a New Word.
Children are quick to learn new words
and store them up in their memory to be
used on the first occasion that presents
A small Buffalo boy rang his mother's
doorbell one day recently and brought
his devoted parent to the rescuo in all
haste, only to tell her that his older
brother had "told a lie," as ho expressed
it. "He said Mary broke his top when
he broke it hisself, and so he told a lie.
the cherub explained, and then hasten xl
back to his play perfectly satisfied i. w
that he had had an opportunity to use
the word that was a new addition to his
Vocabulary. Buffalo News.
A Harmonious Effect.
Mrs. Witherby That chair you ore
lifting on is a genmne antique.
Miss Elder by Then perhaps I had bet-
xr not sit in it.
Mrs. Witherby Oh, don't get up. - It
a very becoming to you. Vogue.
Kow Try Ihti
It will cost you, nothing ami will
surely do you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our expenee and
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmeyer's drug store. Large
size 50c and $1.
S. II. 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 lottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, llarrisburg. 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
Ikixos of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
SjH-al- er.Catawha, Ohto.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 by
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
BUCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
e-hilbl-iins, corns, and all skin crup,
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 Hartz & Ullemeyer
"When Baby was sick, we pnv- urrHliKCTrla.
When rtie wns a CliiliL she irht. for Castoria,
V.'apn she became ?.Iis4, she clun o O.storia.
When she hod Children, she gave ham Cantor i.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi;ei Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop tlse cough
ChUdret Cry for
A RELIABLE AND ON Of THE
BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED STATES
DR. D. D. REA,
Surgeon and Specialist
Who Las crcatfil su :h :i s.::;a:iii in mid i romrl
('h'cuyo lr curtnir din n- that almost h tiled
the ireriical t niu rni-y if the c m try. ati.t by the
Kijiii-st rf nrinv friei:d Mid rat e;.t to has de
ci itd lo v sit
Rock ? stand
At thw Harper House,
FI1IDAY. SEPT. 1st.
Returning every month during the
year, to remain a day.
I'r Kt-a has been connected with the lamest
hrsp tul in ihe country, and has no superior in
diaunosinu ard treating i isccses nd dtforma
nea be will give $30 for any tase he cannot tell
the disease, and where locute ' in five minutes,
lie will re nm to liock Island every month to re
main one dny.
Treats nil cnrable medical and anrgical dis
eases, acute and chronic catarrh, i.iseases of the
ee, esr and nose, th oat am largs, d)spcpsia,
Ilright's disease, diabetes, kidneys, liver, blaa
dor, chronic female and sexual dieeascs. Epilep
sy or fit cured I A po.-itivo guarantee!
Suffering tiom spermatorrhoea and impolcncr as
the n 8J t of S'!li-abue in jouth or excess in ma
ture yearn, and otn-r causes, producing some of
the foUowtnc tffocts, ss tMiiistion, blotches, de
bility, ne 'ohnes, dixxiress, coiifahi m of ideas,
aversion of society, lie fee We iuemory and sexual
exhaustion, which unlit the viciims for business
or marriage, are paimanently cured by temediea
Blood and k n Ulreisep.
SypliilHs and compliciiinns, as sore ill rout,
fslliim of the bair, pain in ihu bone", etc., are
pcrfe. tlv eranicated witont using mercury or
other injurious rrugB Gonorrhoea, gleet. s.ric
lnres and all uriusry and kidney troubles speedi
ly cured by treatment tl.at h is never fulled He
undertakes no ti. curable carea, but cures thous
ands fiven np to die. Reiucoiber tue date sud
coma earl p, us Irs looms are alwa;s crowded
wherever he stops .
CO tCi.TATIOS FKE3.
Correspondence solicited and conddential.
Address Dr. D. D. KKs, 82 Paulina Street.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner Fifteenth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline bavlnea ana. organised 18W
5 PtrCEJiT INTEREST .AID ON BEPOSITS.
Organised under State Laws.
t. n rroin 9 a. m. 'o 8 n. and Wednesday anil
Saturday nights from7to8pm
t. A. ArtlSWOBTH,
J. ? Hk.snw.t.
"oner Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose. 4. A. Ainsworth.
G.U.Edwards, . W. H. Adams.
Andrew 'ribrr, F. lieracuwuy.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for pnvate parties Jn tbe earden
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OHCUARD, NEBRASKA .
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dakt Cashier.
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers.
J. P. Robinson, Cashier Rock Island Sationa
. C. Carter, . D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale uroers
Co-rcsuondence 'oliciled .
f - J- I, -'I 14 Ai 111
r ..... . V . l .
;. - -
Corner Cottasrs Grove avenne and Plxty-fnnith
street, only 5 minutes from world's "fair.
Superior dining ronm; elevated raiToad.
Now open. Kates moderate. European.
W. X. Felouse, Suj.t.
Broadway, Cor. Frince St.. New York Citv.
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on rboEuropein pl.n.
Room rates $i a day and npward.
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
otreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
UILDKETH A ALLEN. -rp'8.
3 to 3 DAYI
ABSOLUTE CURE POTi
WIIL NOT CAUSt
ifLCR'QTURE. ASK FOR
0 SO PAI.M NO sTA'Uf.
THOMAS So! AArer.t
'If tronbledwitii tionorrhrEa"
I or any unnatural flisoharceaak
r.vour dnuatist fi.r a Loitle of
I Bin O. 1 1 cures in n i.-w dava
I without tbe nid or j.-ii.'.icity of a
1 trmiMiitepd not to t: i'-ture.
L The Z'nnerscl Ame!i''i.t '.ure.
.The Evans Ch:!:.. C..&J
u. . .
Instn Penont Restore
st7BRArj 4c Nrrvk Disrses. Oniy mtw
curt for A'm stffecttont. J-Us. htiPi9 rte.
INFALLIBLE if takn u directM. A'a tf -fttr
first day's ts. Treatise ftnrl $2 trial bottle free to
Fit patients, they paying express clwn;e on when
iei. nroa njmrs, r. j. ana express a(Ilm w
Hj'te-) tc TH.KL1NE,mt A-h St..lhiUti'-l;hu.Pa.
(TiKru. mHiVA i. il I A i lt( PKA 'JiJb-
Cor. Michigan Ave. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTIOM. CHEAP BOAROIMO
. . ' A My-v. ; f
In the Circuit Oort, inch"rcm
Sept. Urm A. D 1
Home Bnildinir and I.nn ... .
Island vs. Ua-r Fisr her "n
Affidavit of non-residence of
the above defendant, having i.
clerk's offlr of the circuit court ri. ; "'
ffiven to the paid min.ri-.i.l.,. i . '-
comnhinant filed his hin t ..:!'!'ai11 ii
court, on the chancery side ih(.'p7,'i'u
Twenty -flrt day of July. igM. ana ' on k
- ' " ram court. Hhp.'
day in the month of SepietLDcr tX'"' -l
I" rrjuireu. wow. Ullie fi you iv.
resident defendant above iiaint il ' nt'.
hll tiprsnnnllv he ,ul u,. i. ,
court on the first day of the next i, n
be holdenat Hock island in as ,1 f ' "i
coontyon the first Momiav in S'sn-imi
and phad, arswer or demur to ,Jt&
plainant's bill of complaint, the i m Vf
matters and thines lhtrrin rttav L" J
ill he talen as coriesstd, nuil a .lo, ",.
agains: yon acooruina to the i.r,.'r i.r1'
GEOHtiE W.HAVK1.K c''
Bock Island. Illinois. July 21. 1-..;
Jacksom A llfHsr.
Sohciiors for Complainani.
OK KEAL KSTA 1 1;.
By virtue of an order and di cn-. ,.f r. r
euuri, 111 null ipihdu coni.ty.
made on the petition f the i.n:, r
f, jonn-ton. aaministratur
Iiofaiie Hartniire', deceased, f
the reai esiat. of said OicchmiI
term, a. v. 11, 01 su j eourt, to
On thetith day of Ancusit. a. 11
naiuewii uhv ti cepienioer 1 ox,
in the afternoon of said div. , n 'lt-
at the north door of the ci.urt ho:!c 'in'"
of Kock Island, in said ennntv. the tt.':
described as follows, to-wit: '
The noith twenty (ifl acres of t!, v, ,
ihe a'-half of section number t.. . '..TlJ
shin seventeen. 1171. north t-n,...
of the Fourth principal meridian eirT
therefrom the following decrihert rt&'. .
wit; Beginning at a point on Hie ta f ,.:
forty-two (42) chain's and flltv-seveu j:7,
south ol the math-west cornerof tte n'lh!
quarter of said section nine, i'.l a:id r-rt
thence sontb sixty-three (Ri) decrees rt,"'
(411) minntes east (s ftl decrees m e
chains and twenty-four link". ii:i Jt i,i.t...
thence south filfty-two degreep and f f;yHvtc.
ntes east(s 5S decrees S6 minntes r) ten clu
and fifti-Llac links ((10-59 litfchsin. raof or
to the east line of said wsst-ha'.f of the env E
of said section nine, (9i coniaininir hetwieiar
line and Kock Rivereight and tentr -wo tit
dredths (8 24-100) acres more or les."ntmy-;
the county of Kock Ilnd,nste of i;..M f
the following terms, nimelv; ca-h down oa'de.
livery of deed.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. Ii .
JAMES K. JOHST0S.
Aominisiraior oi me nsiate ot ii,,t H
INS L'HA NCK .
A, 0. Sk
Represents, amons other time- rit-i sai s.
known Fire Insurance Companies. t':- L.i.n::;.
Royal Icsnrsnce Comp.y. of Er..-' n, i
Wesche-ter F.re Ins. Cvropanv. of N v.
Buffalo German Ins. Cimpauv. li-.Ba..-.. S. I.
Rochester German Ins. Co.. no'iht -ter. N Y.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pitfebur I'j
Snn Fire OOice, London.
Vnion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co., New Haven. Com,
Milwaukee Jtecnanies Ins. Co.,
German Fire Ins. Co., of Ftfcrii,!'...
Office Cor. 18th St. and -.M Ave.
Kock Islam-. Iu.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Ih-iitis
of Cash asfcis
Fire, Life. Tornado
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 81, MitcbeU A LibJi' '
tfork Island, Ills.
t3jr3ecure our rates: they will inn r. -: i
J M BUFOK
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried W,
Losses Promptly Paid.
rtites as low as any reliable rocipai y '
Voat Patronage is solicited.
Washes everything from a fa
eilk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER.