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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1893.
THE TRATXLEKS' GUIDE.
rftHICAOO, ROCK ISLAND A P AC" TIC KAIL
way Depot cornet Fifth avenue and Thirty
lift meet. Frank U. Plummer. agent.
unnncil Bind. A XUkUW
t Day Express :05 am 4-4.5 am
EanBM City Day En.r- 10:5)pro 6:liam
Washineton Express. .. Ili.-Aipm. S:ijpm
Omaha Express ? :43 am " :a pm
Umana ana Denver vesti-1 i
bale Express 3.45 am 3:S1 am
Ft Worth.Denver Jt KtaCuii 4:.Vi am ll ;0S pm
sltnart-Rock Ialana Exurvs; 5:30 pm; S:eJ am
St. Taal and Minneapolis j 6:1? am Kftpm
Kansas City and r-t . Joe tj:0 am 8:33 pra
Des Moines, Omaha Jt Lin I j j
tola f j :J0 am '10 CO pm
Daily. tG-ingeast. ro-n2 west.
F. M. Pi.i mkr. gu
I.. M. Al.i.ti. C,n. Agt. Pas. Dept. Uavon;-ort
BC.HLlNwToN R if E-i. H. v,. . .
war Iteooi First aver.u? and Pit
M.J. Yoane, Mtcr.t.
TRAINS ... , .
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9:50 am 5: 5 pm
CHICAGO. MILWACKSA A s-7. PAUL RAI
V w y Ktciae A So-.tr.westerr; C'.visior. De
pot Twer.tit.-tb siree- F.rf a.J -ec:r..1
avinae, 3. D. W. iio'.cic -er.t.
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: acd lilpress
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4 4.' -.it
ROCS ISLAND PiORU RAILWAY
pot First .venue and ren.jti vrtti
B. Rockwell, Acei.
Fst Ma'; Sx;r-.-
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t :') pm
7 :i 5 .ii
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3 0 :.a
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"QCHI.TXUTGX. CSDAR RAPIDS A NORTH-
JLJ era rat
iav, depot f xt of Bra.lv street. Dav-
J.E.Uanccin. Uen.T'k't Jc'rass. Auent.
Leave, j Arrive.
7' M:55 pm bli) 45 am
i5 t sra bll:15 i n
Leave West Davenport
fff' Liberty rr'n
Norih ; nth .
alO:Si pm &4 50a n
an 45 am
: M :15 pm b:'iam
bp: In m . hi :15pm
aTii:y. hDil yex'v
So;nx South and ea-t
its nidiv. iiiiinj nnr:h.
aiOST iil&iCT EO'JTa TO Ta
East. South 2'1 Southeast.
. . Fat Aa-i. , Express
L. P.ocS Ilatid.... , gulnasii 2:&)pn
At. Orion ... 8:4,5am 8:(4pra
C&m,ir:di;e i :! aic 3:?7 pm
Gi.n j 9 :. am! 3:57 pm
Wyom;ne 10:11 an. 4:33pm
Pricrertilrt '10:3(iami 4:55 pm
PeoTia 11:15am 5:4" pm
3'ioorn,t:-on 1 :15 pm :!5 pm
Spnncfle: i 3 :40 pm 10 :) pm
JaciiMcvaie iiCpm 12 05 n't
recarnr :50 pm l(l:(jpm
Dat:v:ile. '3:V!pm 11:10 am
Id:ausp.i!n 6:55 pm' S:25 am
Terre U ute ? : l.i pm' in: 00 am
Svar.-v'lie 1 :J0 am 7:S5im
Losi" 7:3" pm 7:40 n
Cl&c.caat: lt:0im 7 10 n't
Z.V. IO.lilam 3:Vjpm
At.Roc lntcd 1:85 pm 7:05 pm
Accomm viitioc tra.r.s leave Ro-k Is' and at
J:t. m. and C.JO p. m: arr.ve at PeoriaJ:50p.
"a. acd 1 :: a. m. l eave Peojia :0O a. m. and
" :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m and l-5
Ai! trails rin daily except Sunday.
AU passenger traini aTive and depart Cr.:on
Pros Cli rct-on Fant Srpres twcen Hock
'ond ani Peona, bata direciiocs.
Throuci ticke to all point; haecaec caecked
chrocza to dentination.
, Aceom. Acco.
L. Roci; Island H.ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. ReTai'.ds.... io.i am 5.08 pm
" Cabie 11. 00 am 5.40 pm
i Aceom. Aceom
Lf. c 3ie j . am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynoli 7.00 am 1.45pm
" Hoek Mand I 7.55 am 8.00 i,m
. 3. SUDLOW. -. T'JCKHOTJ8
StiDrintendeiii. ' -u ' Tkt. Aei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE HAST.
Best P:Vng Car Service in the World.
The Ii.H.-k Inland is furcniot in
ydcitit'r any a'lvanta calculatcil
td improve spceil and ;ive that -luxury.
?-af ty ami comf irt that popular
jnatrona-.-- ilcniatids. Its ctjuipnu'iit
thoroi ghly oonipU-to with vesti-t'tik-d
tiains. niajrnilicont dininir
cars, f-lc- pcrs and i hair coaches, all
the in oc? decant, and of recently im
proved j attenis.
Kaltl.f.il and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. Thev
tre a double duty to the company
nd t' traveler.- and it is ("onictime's
task difficult of accomplishment.
I'a.-s-ijr'ers on this line-will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The (ireat Kck Ifland Route runs all
vjrular trains to Enlewood subur
)an station, close to World's Fair
.rounds, and you can nave time and
rouble by jrottinp: otr at that point
ad avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oflice in "the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gcn'l M-rr. Chicago 111.
THAT F.1AKI-S GOOD BLOOD
Win completely cbanre the Mood In rom fystem
In three month tla.a, and send new, richoiood
counlnd through youi veins. U you feel exnaasted
and nervous are fct-ring thin and &U run do-rm,
Glimore'a Aromatic W ine, w lilch Is a tonic and not
a heveraee, will resto e yon to healiu and strength.
Mothers, nse It for ' oar danpliters. It U the bet
rerulator and eorreeti r tor all ailments peculiar to
woman. It enriches the blued and (five lasting
strength. It is guaranteed to cure Diarrhoea. Dys
entery, and all buuitn st Complaints, and keep uie
Sold by all dnijrglsti. for il per rtortle.
THE GREAT I-XGLISH REMEDY.
Promptly and perma
i cr.t'.y f ure all forms of
Nervons Weakness, Kmis
sions. -fperrcatorrhea. In
potency and all efl".-ct of
ahnse or izcessi ": i u-l
pri-scrtlwd i.vvr 35 j-.-n
in thousands of chm-s: is
the on'y reliable and aon-
p-! nn-iiiriiif, knnnH r k
lit. tore and A'tcr.
dr:itTi;ls-g for Wnon s Pn m-hodine: if he oCerr
s.imc- wor'h":es roedii it.e in pinee of this, ieavt
his dithoiie-t More. tcl-.se price in letter am:
wew.ii send ; on by reurn mail. Price on parkact
!1 : s x. $5: oue will pe.se. six will curt; pam
phlet in plain staled ei vvlope. i stamps: adaresr
'0)l) CHEMICAL CO.,
131 W.xdwa:d avenue. Detreit Mich.
ATT ORNEY AT L i fl" Office in Milchell Jc
L) n Lew block
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTOHNLYS AT L V -office In Reck Island
Nai:unal Bank building, Koca Island, 111.
E. t. SW EE-.ET. c. L. WaLKIB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AX!) C H Nf-ELLoRS AT LAW-oSk-e
in Benirst-in's block, liock Island. 111.
C. J. SEAHLE. .W. SEiKLE.
SEARLE 5t SEARLE.
ATrop.N KYS A-D CcrXf-ELLORS AT LAW -vi
u: ,("'!or 1:1 Cftanctry; offce Buford s
i.an.K, LOCK ISIillia
McEXIRY i McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LA " V Loin mouev on sao.'
seouritv. m.-ikn pnlctim.,. ..f...:r.e.1
Mitchell Jc" Lj-Dde. ranicrs. office in Posiofacc
blocl. S. W. ODELL.
ATTOIi N E Y AT LA w Formerly of Port Iiyror,,
and utirit. the n&st wo ri--. .-.rh t. r
""""W f-a.nen a: xounc, has now opened
aa office in me .nditonam buiidlLg, room 5, at
II. M. I'EAKCE.
aooa a in Mitcnell . Lynde'e new block
Take i levator.
1K. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teeth extracted without ptr.n by tne ue
No 1716 Second avenne. over Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel ck Schoemaker.
Mitchell & Lynde's Block, Rooms 28-81,
uMan. CLABK H. Bujtobd.
HA MM ATT & BUFORD.
A U'FJn ??ck I,Iand- T:l- OSce-Room
A 11, .riiwocu OL a.;UQ J OU-llCllOg.
OEO. P. STATJDUHAR
PUr-s and supcriLteclenee for all'claas ol
Room. 53 and 55. Mitche I A Lynde building
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Phyfician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and reidenco :jl2 Twentieth s-reet.
unite nours: jo to 12 i . si., S to 4 and 7 to 8
r. M. Telejiho e No. 130 '.
DR. A SAY.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Thikd Ave.,
Teb-jdione 1270. Hock Island, III.
OfHre Hours : 10 a. m. to 14 m., 1 to 3 p. m and
J. R. Uollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D,
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians ani Surgkons,
Office 40a 23rd st. Telephone 105
Kcsidence 7S1 Sl.t t- - USB
Or, Barth t Dr. Uollowbush
9 to 10 a.m. 10 tola a. m,
lteSaLdTtoep.m. il to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAU, NOSE
Office McCullough Building, 1S4 W. 3d St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 cm.
J. T. Mtebs, M. D. Gec . W. Wheelbb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
S.PECHL1 IBB :
''ry aad Iimiwii f W.mei
Office oyer Krell & Math .. Telephone 1143.
orricz h CB:
a.TBB8. I DR. WHEELER.
11 to 14 a.m. It to 10 a.m.
8to5acd7to9p.nl. I to and T to p. m
Baa. telephone 12U0. I te. telephone. 1190.
Sugce.tlon. For ChnrchKoera.
The next time yoar journey leaves yon
etranded in the great and delightful city
of New CLicorkadelpbla on the Sabbath
day, if yon 6hould go to the Church of
St. Indolence I can recommend it as
having the slowest singing and tho soft
est pew cushions with a preacher to
match, in the city you will see the fol
lowing 'Suggestions to Worshipers:"
"Fall or slide in the iw nearest the
aisle. Stay there. Do not sit erect, but
lop. Rest one elbow on.e arm of the
pew and support the siue of the face
with the outspread palm.
"Do not rise during the singing of tho
hymns. Tho fact that yon played tennis:
or baseball on Saturday afternoon or
walked four or five miles aromitl a bil
liard table Saturday night entitles you to
a littlo rest on Sabbath morning.
"Lxtend your legs aa far under the
pew as you can without sliding off the
seat. Gracefully and txditely cover your
mouth with your hand while yawning
during the sermon. If the minister is
looking at you, cover the mouth with
both hands, and at the close of the vawn
bring your jaws together with a cheer
"After looking at your watch always
turn your lieao and gaze longingly and
earnestly toward the door:
i.n . . -
li noi move ii a stranger, accom
panied by his wife and daughter, at
tempts to enter your jifcw. Permit them
to climb over your legs, no matter how
much it may anuov vou.
"Do not annoy tran.crs who mav en
ter the church by looking at them or
even glancin in their direction. If thev
really want a seat, tin y will fin 1 cue
without the intrusive interference of
"At the close of service remark aloud.
but to yourself, that you are hungry
a shari; and set off for home at a brisk
trot." Koi t J. Durdetto in Sunday
Cora to School Monday.
A very sensible ladv out on Ninth
street delayed sending her small son to
the public schools until he should be old
enough to look afte-r liimself and has
been teaching him herself in order that
he might not fall too far behind other
1 . . -
ooys or nis age. lesteruav morninar
Master Freddy caiiio gravely up to his
mother for his lesson. After the rejrular
routine was ended his mother put a few
"Freddy, what is a yean-"
"Three hundred and sLsty-five days."
"What is a day';"
"Twenty-four hours and an hour is
CO minutes, and a minute is GO seconds."
"What is an instant':"
"An instant:" and Matter Freldy
knittexl Lis downy brow a brief space
while bethought. 'Oh, es, I know. I
know, mamma. An instant is a hole in
"A hole in the ground:' exclaimed his
mother, totally taken aback. "Why,
how in the world do you make that out:"
"Wby," declared Master Fred with de
cision, as be hurriedly opened his read
er, "this book says. 'John's dog fell down
in an instaat f "
Freddy will start to school Monday.
Cincinnati Commercial Gazette,
i The tllepltitnt. Sense
Why an elephant should be afraid of
a mouse is a mystery. Some have
doubted the generosity of the clexhant
because of his even-ion to small animals,
but none can doubt his intelligence.
Buffon, notwithstanding his idea of the
mere mechanism of animals, spoke of
the elephant as at the same time a "mir
acle of intelligence and a monster of
matter." Ernest Menault happily re
ferred to him as the animal that carried
bis nose in his hand. Hence the mar
velous intelligence of his trunk. The
senses of touch and smell co-operate.
The nerves which extend through his
trunk are so numerous that they equal
in number all those distributed over the
rest of the body. Tho elephant can keep
perfect time to music He has the ear
perfectly organized, and the hearing is
extremely fine. The eye of the elephant
is distinguished from that of other ani
mals by the pathetic expression of senti
ment. Take him all in all, naturalists
agree that he is the most intelligent of
animals. And why should he be afraid
of a mouse? .,etv York Tribune.
Improved Boat, and Maacle.
The boat with which the Oxford crew
won the great 'varsity race must have
had a pneumatic tire. With better
methods of training and 'improved sys
tems of rowing the men of today have
unquestionably the advantage of those
of past years, bnt too much credit must
not be given whe it is not due. Tho
vast iinprovemeutin boats must not
be overlooked in considering the time of
Neither Harvard nor Yale has any
thing to fear from Oxford or Cambridge
provided a better boat can be made here
than that in which the victorious Oxford
crew rowed. It was tho pneumatic tiro
and not Nancy Hanks that played havoc
with Maud S.'s record. Good horses
make good jockeys, good sulkies make
good horses, and good boats make good
crews. New York Tribune,
He Didn't Urine It Home,
After the return of the drummer from
his travels his young wife explored his
grip with an expectant face. Failing to
find that of which she was apparently in
search, she turned to him and said:
"Where is the jag?"
"The what?" he asked in astonishment.
"The jag. Mrs. Laces says her hus
band saw you in Chicago with a lovely
jag on. Whatever it is, you are not
wearing it, and it isn't in your grip."
"Oh, that's all right I left it at the
office. By the way, I saw a handsome
sprinjr hat iu a milliner's shon dmvn
town. If you care, wo will go down town
anu you can look at it, and if you like it
you can have it." New York Press.
Calling It by It. Right Name.
"How shall I enter the monev the
cashier skipped wihr asked the book
keeper. "Under profit and loss?" "No;
suppose you put it under running ex
penses." Society Journal.
An Apparent Paradox.
"I had always been taught that cold
contracts and heat expands," said Har
old Burwell, "but I have had an ex
perience that is different. In my office
I use incandescent lignts, and on ray
desk I have an upright bulb, with a
standard The shade vns broken on it,
and I placed it on top of the desk in a
corner between the wall ami a cabinet
of pigeonholes. The other morning on
entering the o.C!ee I hung my derby hat
on this bulb. Later on I went into an
adjoining room, which was dark, and
needing some light pushed the button
in the wall that set tho electric lamps
aflame. The lights gave the place 6uch
a cheerful aspect, it Ijoir.g a stormy day
outside, that I did not turn them off. At
noon, when I was going out to lunch, 1
reached for my h-ir, r.nd it was baked.
"The incandcFceut lamp, which had
been aglow all the while, had made it
very Lot, and the leather band was so
drawn and contracted that I couldn't
get my hat on my Lead. It simply sat
on the top of my cranium liLo thosetiny
hats that variety cornelians i-omethmM
Wear. I held it on a l-st 1 could jind
went out. The wind caught and carried
it long enough to give u a thorough cool
ing. It was long before the band re
laxed and the hat wan all right ag.iin, so
far as fitting my head was com crned.
If that wasn't a first class case of her.t
conti acting ami cold expanding, I'd like
to know what contraction and expansion
ere." St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Hitters and one box lbickloy's Arnica
salve cured him entirely." Sold by
Hartz Ullcineyer's drug store.
The best sal ve in the world for cuts.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum-
Hull Hoy and Mrchanlrul Ability.
Great has always K-en the comfort
that tho parents of boys dull at ibeir
books have had in thinking that they
would prolMibly bo particularly bright in
some other direction. If there was any
doubt alout it. the fact could always lie
proved by stories of artists, writers an 1
musicians, who have been thought dull
ards at school. But mechanical genius
and dullness at books do not, it is said,
go hand in hand. The director of a large
western school of manual training says
of such ca.es: "As a rule, such a boy faiLs
to show marked ability of any sort. A
boy who comes to us with a passion for
machinery, who cannot be kept away
from engines, the rattle of cogs and the
snapjiing of belts, never gets beyond a
sort of morbid, simple cariosity to 'see
the wheels go round.' He develops no
curiosity nor the ability to do good, ac
curate work. His book work is of a very
similar character." New York Post.
Sweeter Tfcan Honey in the Honeycomb.
"What in life ia half .o sweet.
As the hour when lovers meet?"'
Nothing is sweeter to the youthful and robust
in health, tut, alas ! too many "court in poetry.
and live in prose"' after marriage. This is espe
cially true of the wives wh se changed relations
brintr on weaknesses and derangements peculiar
to married women, so that their lives bicome
prosy." To all uch. Dr. Pierce". Favorite Pre
scription is a great Don. It cure wcik bicks.
headache, neuralgic nd "biaring-down" i ains,
displrcemerte tnd inegulari lis of the fenale
orrans. It is likewise a restorative and iuvior
at:ne tonic Mrentrtheninc the nerves, ani im-
puriins new iife to the tired ani debilitated.
bringing back the 'roes to the ch ek," and the
"rainbow, to the eyes." Sold by all dm us: tats
ander cuarante from its makers of st:sf.ction
in every case, or price. l, refunded.
When Baby was sick, we (rave uer castoria.
When rho was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
When she became MLss, she citing to Castoria.
When she bad Children, she gave them Castor ia.
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each da'. Most people need
to use it.
Children Cry for
Coughing leads to consumntion.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the couch
How Try This
It will cost you nothing and will
surely no you pod. if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lunp:. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to ".ive
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe found it just
the tiling and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our cxponce and
learn for yourself just how jjood a
thing- it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmeycr's drujr; store. Large
size oic and $1.
S. II. Clifford, New Castle, Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his sdomach was dis'
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell awav.
and he was terribly reduced in tles.li
and .-trength. Three bottles of elec
tric letters cured him.
Edward Shcppard, llarrisburg. 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
i-ight years' standing. IVed three
bottles of electric hitlers and seven
boxc.- of Ruckicy's Arnica .-alvo. and
his Kg is sound and well. John
Speal er.Cataw lia. Oliio.had live larire
fe-vt r sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
tions. and posi lively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
lei give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box".
For sale bv Hartz & Ulkmeyer
SB. L. L. CAKKES.
Stricken Down with Heart Dlieaso.
Zr. JfUes ilcdical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
OESTLEMrs: I feci it my duty, as :!
plc isuro, to j.uldish, unsolicited, to the v.i :l i
It'iicut received from dr. Milcs- Fcstohtiv .
IrveDitB. I wa stricken diwn with lltm
Jjisraae ur.d its complications, a rapid pi:lst- vir.
in from yo to HO beats r minute, a chok-ntjor
Ldriung beiibutioa iu the wh-d pipe, op;.rcvi..n
-.-inn of the heart and below lower rib, pain in t! t
urn, shortnexof breath , ilcepler)es, euku--5
cad i:eiieral debility. The arteries in ray in-cfc
woi:!d throb violently, the throbbi;i?of my heart
could be he&rd acrons a large room and v.-uiH
thuke my whule body. I was so nervous tLjt I
could nt hold niy iiand steady. J have f-i.'t
unUt r the trratmmt of eminent phtjmi.ii:nt,
and hare tnkn gallon of Patent Med.ciii,.
without the leant benefit. A friend recom
mended your remedies. 8he waa cured ty Dr.
M.'.ea' remedies 1 have taken - .
ihree) bottles of your New CTI J R k j
lU-urt Cu.e and two bottles
Nervine. V? pulse is normal, I have no more
violent throb: hie of the heart, i M a well min
I si-iccrely recommend ev err one w ith bvut-to.ii.-of
Heart Disease to take Dr. SS ilcm ' ticti,rur
tif- ltemeitiea and bo cured.
Cypsum City, Kaiis. L. L. Caexea.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
OR MONEY RETURNED.
A tew and Complete Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Ointment in Capsnls, also in Box
and Puis; A Positive Cure for 'External, Blind or
Bli i-liT.B Iti-hinir, ChMiii; Kert-ni or Ilereditary
Piles. Fkjcjlk weaknesses and m;.nv other lils
eases; it is alxavs a prent benefit to the general
healtli. The firs- discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an oin ranon with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. Tils Hi nie iy has nei-"r been knowB
to fail. 1 per box. 6 for So; sent nv mail. Wby
suffer from tins terriabie disest; when a written
raarame- is tmsitivly jr:ven wiLs Init-tles. to re
fund te mMiev if not cured. Sen i stamp fot
fr.-e satii,Te. -iuaraulee li!td h our a'ent
JAPANESE LIVFu PELLETS
Act )k" m:i.fr on the Tr.rn.irh. Livr nntl IJw
rei'rer the c'ni!i'rTiii!i : tMrfrr H.4t.i-. f.l
lown Tht-ir ue. I o:tive cnr- for Sick U eadachi
ani ConTnfjirior. mail. mild. a?-y To take Larire
Vih1- r.f 5. lli If -JS i em.
UAHTZ iTLLMKYER Sole Airinu KocK IsV
OF I: K A L F.STATK.
Bv irtne of an order and decree of the county
court, of Koek Island coui.ty. slate of Illinois
made on tiie petition X the undersigned. James
Jcdin-tuii. administrator of the estate of
Kosa ie Hartimge!, die-easi-d. tor leave to sell
tlie reai estat ol saul deceased at '.he August
term, a. i. is-.i-j, ot s:uu eo'trt, to-wit:
cm thcSth tiav of Argust, A. D-. lSi3, I shall
on Hie h day e f sep:emaer rex", between the
ho irs of it) o'clock in the forenoon aud 5 o'clock
in tne ait?rnoon ot ani diy. Se.l a tuiblic sale
at the nortn eli-Kir or tiie c urt house in th-citv
s. -eiv i-i;tiiu. in saiu eouniy. tne reai estate
ueseiioeu as follows, to-wit:
The noith twenty (-J acres of the wist-half of
'h-.-1 a-ha.I f section n imber !o.( :. in town
ship sev, nti ci, i IT i- north rare two. vi. west
.f thi- 1-our.b principal meridian, exceutin
therefrom the follow in; described real es-ate. to
wit: Beirinuing at a joint on the lia'f section
forty-two (42 crams and any seven (5T links
south of the sttith-west comer of tho south-east
quarter of said section nine. 9, and running
thence south sixty three ri.1i degrees and fortv
(to) minutes ea-i Hi deizrees 40 m (O thirteen
chains -tnd twenty-fotir links. i:!U4 1(P0 chains.
ihence south nifty-two degrees and fifty-five min-
les ea: (s 54rli:rees S5 minu'es e) ten chains
and lift -tine licks ( 10-59 WJchaias more or less
to the east line of said West-ha f of th ps- hlf
of said section nine. 9 coniaininir between said
iiuv nuu mi- nuc-reigni ana twenty-two hun
dredths S 2-J-10O) acres more or less, situated in
the connty of rtock Islsnd, state of Illinois, on
the following terms, namely; Cash down on de
livery of deeo.
Dated this Sth day of August, A. I).. 1S93.'
JAMES R. JOHSSTYIV
Administrator of tne Estate of Rosalie Uartsafrel,
Corner Cottag Grove avenne and Sixtv-fouith
s-reet. only 5 minutes from worluVfair.
Superior di'ilrg room; elevated rai'road.
Now open. Rates moderate European.
Wx X. Pklocsu, Supt.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New York City.
Refitted and renovated under new ui-inaement,
tn the European p!n.
Koom rates $1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city at mod
btreet cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDRE Til & ALLEN, Ftp's.
235 Wis. Street
Kit Jl" 1EN
iMunev lrouble. f ti
write jjaboTB for Sympioa.
. Ia2f"V ;r i "i'us: ion 1-n-,, i
CnalKll fall odors fns :!io iinuitkarehint I
rnsiuir I S.HPLF I&rTlf mte l..r u -1 I
m inruiit'-,-i.i,i Auirv i
LlbgtRij OAUC CO.. Milwaukee, Wis. I
M4atttmimtM surer is. ri
1ftsan Personi Rft5tor,
Dr.KUNE S GREAT
oratYBlATrl b NTHVB DlSBASSS. Only am w
x fall! MLB if taken as dir-td. A I t fuv
first day's mi. Treatise Hi tril bottle frc to
Fit Turients. thrf ptrinc eprm charCT oo ohm
r tvcl. Sni namn, F. O. and exnr ati'iress ol
,. n riH.Kt.lti A-h Si..PhiU'1'lphis.Pa.
A. D. HUESfNa j
Represents, amon,' other time-TV
known Fire Insurance Cosmic. . .
Boyal Insurance Company, of y, . ,
Wesche.-ter Fire Ins. Coiii'p-ir.y ' "
buffalo German Ii.s. Cfti.t.i. V !
Hochcster German Ins. Co . h',',.'. f , '
Citizens' Irs Co., of Pitt-b-.r , ' r N I
Sun Fire ODice, Lnndnn. " '
Union Ins. Co., of Culif.irt ; i
Security Ins. Co., t Hav. n
Milwaukee Mecaanics ins t -., "
Wis. " "I -
(jerman Fire Ins. Co.. of IVt- i, r
Oflice Cor. 18th St. a.,. . v
1!)( K l-!..s-, I
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAXJ
Repreftntiog over 40 Million DjUa,
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado
i Accident, Marxs.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 21, V.itche'.l A LvD.v- - ,
Hock IsianU, Ills. '
tSSecure our rates ; they v. ill :t. -: -.
J M BUFORD.
General . .
The oM Fire and Time-tried Ccn:; n.e,
Losses Promptly Paid.
-t&tcs as low as any reliable cut.; ary il Z .
Your Patronise is s.i'.;cilic.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
Office Corner Flfteesth street and Third Are
S ucceeds the Afoline Savings . ana. Organ .Mi
5 PtrCEXT I5TEHEST a AID OS DEPOSITS.
Organ! red under State Laws.
Open from 8 a. m. to 3 p m., and Wednesday
Saturday oighui from7 to Spm
H. A. AlKSWORTB.
J. F. UXMEHWAT.
Porter Skinner. W.W.Wells.
C. A. Rose, H. A. Ainswor.L.
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fribers;, C. F. H.meuway.
made for private parties in the cir .e
.pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA .
K. W. Dart. President.
J. S. DakT Cashitr.
Mitchell St Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, l-itsh'i.p Rurlr TsUnii Xat:i.:.&
O. C. Carter, M . D
ienry Dart's Sons, Wholesale eiroers.
Washes everything from a fans
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214