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THE ARGUS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER UK JMT.S.
! I 1 !
THE TRaYELEKS' ttCIDE.
r"tHlCa0, ROCS. ISLAND PA rlU KAIL
V war Depot cornet f ifth .venue and Thirty
fast street. Prank H. Plammer, agent.
iMnscil illutl. Miuueso-
a Day Express ... I
Edwm Oity Day Express...
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bole Express t
A i am
T U'orlh.D;ner Sc nCit
Koart-Rock Island Exnres
Si. x"ul and Minneapolis....
KMn.i City and be . Joe
Per Moine, Omaha & Lin- t
1 t:40 am,10:20 pm
"Daily. G ing east, t'o-n? west.
F. H. Pi.rmiER, A gu
I M. All IN. (.en. Agt. Pus. Dept. DaTcnport
T)CEUNtiTu it UrE-C B. y. KAiL
j-f war Depot 'irst avenue and Sit'.veo'f si
1. J. Toting, agei.t.
at. L.m" Express
it Lent Bxprets ...
ft. F5.nl Express
eaardstown 'n tender.
1 .4S an. 7:3-" ptn
T '45 pm; :: a n
' T ui pm 7:54 a n
H -.rO pro lo:4S am
P:50 am 5:6 pm
CHICAGO. MILWACEES At ST. PAUL KAIL
war Racine Southwestern Division De
ft Twentieth s-.reel. between First am) Second
afeoae, 2. D. W. Holme. atrent.
" 7:iti a 9 3il TI
Ma.i and (Express
Hi. Paul Exr.r-s
4 4 J ftn 11:4S aro
Ai ir 1
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY PS
pot First avenna and Twentieth a:reet V.
E Rockwell, Agent.
i :0b am 7:('ft pm
2: pm I "ii pm
9 10 am 3 0) pm
4:ft0nm :M am
7bi Accommodation.. .
BERLINMTON. CEDAR R APID Jt NORTH
ern railway, depot fKit of Britdy trect,raT
tayon. J.E.Ha'unegin, Gen.T'k't Jc'Pas A-ent.
-Leave West Davenpor'
! Leave, j Ari
r: hl:M pm hlO 4.1 am
j bS CO am bl 1:15 pm
Weal Liberty Train
North. ;s uth .
alie.St pm 4 SOua
at! 45 am
, bt :1S pm bsiflOam
bi:lr. ni : hi :1.1pm
Daily. hDjI'y except Suuday. n4ntng north.
6.r South snd earn
MOST DIK3CT BOUTS TO TK
ast. South and Southeast.
9 ::( am
10 :3 I am
11 :lf am
a : pm
4 :65 pm
Bloomtnjrton. . . . .
. 3:40 pm
. C :55 pm
. 1 :' am
. 7:30 pm
. 11 :00 pm
12 0B n't
7 : 35am
jV. Pooria ... ... 1U :10 am 3:50 pm
It. RocH Niir.-I i 1 :as pm 7:06 pm
Accommodation trains leave Rock Is'and at
3Wa. m. and p. m : arrive at Peoria 11:50 p.
n. and 1 :15 a. nv. I.eave Peojia 0:00 a. m. and
I :15 p. ra; arrive Rock Island 4 :GC p. m and 1:95
Ai: trains rm dally exce;t 9anda; .
AU passe icur trains arrive anr? depart Union
Pree Cnair ci-on Fist Bxprt-sx between Rock
fslond and eona. both directions.
Thna?h ticket" to all points; basreaije cnecked
brouRQ to destination.
Lv. R x.1 Ila:id : 9.1o am 4.00 pm
An. Reynolds 10.20 am 5.05 pm
' Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. Cale 6.211 am 19.50 pm
At. Reynold" j 7.00 am: 1.45 pm
" Hock Island ! 7.55 am 9.00 pm
H.B. STJDLOW, i. "TOCKHOTJSK
Superintendent ' cM Tkt. A?e. t
Breat Rock Island Route
TO THE 1JAST.
3e&t Dining Car Service in the World.
The Hock Inland is foremost in
rfrtoptinjj jiny advantage calculated
to improve sjiced and p-ive that lux
ury,, httfety and comfort tliat yiopular
parrona'e demands. Its equipment
s thoroughly complete with vesti
tailed trains, niajrnilieent dining
cars, hleejers and chair couches, all
the most elegant, anil of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd polite, houest service from em
ployes are important items. They
tre a double duty to the company
.nd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great llock Island Route runs all
-ular trains to Enjrlewood subur
n station, close to'. Wor Ul's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by pet tin"; off at that point
nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
rrraps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
. JNO. SEBASTIAN,
Crfm'l Tkt. & Pass. Apt., Chicago, III.
2. St Jodn, Gcn'l Mgr, Chicngo 111.
It Cores Coida. Coughs. Sort Throat Croup. Irifia
enra. Whoomnr Cos rh. BronchiUs and Asthma.
A certain cure for C msumpuon in first ataia,
and a sure relief in ac vanoed stages. Use at once.
Yon will se the exo llent effect after taking th
first dosa. Sold by cealera everywhera. Larf
bottles 60 cenU and 1 1.00.
E. PAE MENTER,
ATTORNEY AT H W Office in Mitiliell Jt
Lynae's new block
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LW Office in He ck I-lund
Nutional Bank lnjililini;, Roc I.-Iint, III.
E. D. SWEE' ET. C. L. WALKt R.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND OI NSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Kengton"s block. Hock Island 111.
C. J. SEARLE. S. W SESRLE.
ATTORNEYS ADC JUNSELLO RS AT LA W -and
Socitor in Chancery; oir.ee Buford's
block. Rock Island.
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LA W Loan money on pood
security, make collections. Reference,
Mitchell & Lynde, ra:ikers. Office in Postofflcc
S. W. ODELL,
ATTf RNEY AT LAW -Formerly of Port By.-on.
auu uuriui; tbe past two years with the firm ot
Brownim: 4 Kntriken at Molinc, has now opened
ai office in tn Audttoiium bnndlrs. room 5. at
K. M. PEAKCE.
fctoou. -W in liitcnell A Lynde new block
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pain by the nei
o 17.8 Mecond avenge, over Krell Math's.
Drs. Bickel iiSchoemaker,
Mitchef' & Lynde's Block, Rooms 2l-81
Kbwabd L. Hamhati. Clark H. Buford.
HA VI MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Boom
41, Mitchell 4 Lynt e building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plans and superintendence for all ciaai" u
Rooms 53 and r5. Milchi !i Lynae buildinir
TAKB ELK A TOR
DR. W. VT. ADA3V1S,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention givcti to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office honrs: 10 to 12 a. ., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p.m. Telephone Mo. 19)9.
Pliysician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Honrs : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 8 p. m. and
J, R. Ilollowbush, M, D, Geo, E, Earth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and crgkoks,
Office 40:123rd st. 1 clcphotie 1(H5
Residence 791 21st t. HS8
0:. Barth . lr, Ilollowhnsli
to 1" a, m. pi to 12 a.m.
1 to and 7 lob p. m, i to 5m. d 7 to p. ni
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, V.A R. NO E
tllci' McC'ulionL'h Bi ililitiR, 194 W. d St.
" DAVENPORT, 1A.
rlonrs 9 to 11 atp : 1 to 4 om.
1 K. Mvkhs, M. D. U;:o. W. Whebleo, M. D.
DRS. MYERS 5c WILEELER,
aorsry and iisiRatit or Wtmea
Office over f rell & Malta's. Telephojie 1148.
DB. Mr IKS. DR. WHBELEB.
11 to 12 a.m. : 8 to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 acd 7 to 9 p. m 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 p. m
lies, telephone IMi. Ha, lelelibone. 1190.
Y A DARLING,
Mitchell & Lyndt Block,
Atarvtlous surctss. .
Insane Persons Restors."
Drain & Ner b Diseases. Only tut"
tuft for A'eni Jltltr m tin
Infallible if tAkM a dir-td. aa.c
irstd.iyt uie. Treatise nrt f 2 t-iil turtle tier to
ru p-iiirnts. tur-y pnymce (press charges on lox when
r"-tveit. S?nd mm-s.!". O. anl exnre'S aililress ot
ifili-tei! to rR.KLlN'H..ov Afhsi i-snHlni.;. p.
Uru;iu. MiWttKb of. ltTAMd MAUDS.
Toe 9iaa Who Bid Hit Trousers Creased
She was an auburn haired, middle aged
woman, and as the Sixth avenue "L" train
stopped at lileecker street she rose to leave
the ear. Suddenly she halted and looked at
her harms, then at the seat she had just va
cated, t hen at the young man who had been
sitting beside her.
"Arc you Kins to get off here?" abruptly
spoke ttie guard.
She turned auin to go out and then stop
ped, and looking pale said, "Oh, dear, I've
lost my pocket lHKk!"
"We can't wait for you," rejoined the
guard, while half a dozen passengers were
looking on the car floor for the lost article.
She cast her eyes too often at the young
man beside whom she had been sitting to
add to his comfort. He blushed as he sur
mised her suspicion. The search contin
ued, and the station gong clanged for the
train to proceed.
"How many pocketbooks did you haver"
qneried the guard lis he looked at her right
"Only one of course," came the excited
"What's that?" inquired the guard as he
touched the article which she was clutch
ing with a nervous grip.
"Oh, my, that's it! How bewildered I
The train was moving as her skirts
brushed past the gate, and a dozen women
giggled who were probably just as fickle as
she. New York Herald.
A Real Nice Joke.
A "funny" man went into the Lower Ar
cade the other morning and saw a notice
posted up, "If yon do not see what you
want, ask for it."
He thought he would show how sly he
was, so he said to the proprietor, "I don't
see what I want."
"Then ask for it," said the proprietor
loudly, and the twinkle in his eye showed
he knew what the festive traveler was up
to, but that individual never supposed that
a shopman would catch up with him, so he
"Well, I've asked all over town for it,
and I cannot find one."
"I hare got everything a man can want,"
said the other encouragingly.
"Well, I have found so many smart men
in London that I want to find a first class
"John," said the smiling merchant, turn
ing to an assistant, "bring me a heavy
piece of wrapping paper and wrap this par
cel up," pointing to the funny man.
"All right, sir," replied John, as he
grabbed the papt r and made a rush for the
funny man. Dut he was gone. London
Wlicn the Trouble I'.i jaD.
"What was de trouble at de pokah pahty
"Well, yoh see, one ob de gemmen tried
ter cash in er hnnful ob brass buttons.
De banker says, 'All de res' ob der checks
is rubber buttons.' De oddah feller answers
Mm back, 'I can't help it.' 'Well,' says de
banker, 'de fernancial stringency am sech
dat yo'll hab ter get dese checks certified.'
An den de trouble began." Washington
Customer Didn't you tell me this horse
was afraid of nothing?
Dealer That's just what I said.
"Why, he shies at his own shadow."
"Well, a shadow is about as near nothing
as anything I know of." Tit-Bits.
Cholly Fwednie Bwuggles wants to join
Gawge Well, he cahn't.
Cholly Wny not?
Gawge He has one creditor, they say.
Kiljordan You've made $100 thU season
by simply doing nothing? How so?
Whackster Lvery time Anson's Colts
have played a game I have refrained from
betting on th mi. Chicago Tribune.
Died l or l-ove ut Nliiety-iiiue.
At RostofT, on the Don, Prokop Dogo
bionko, an old corporal of the Russian
army, aged 89, committed suicide by
hanging. Before perietrating the deed,
however, he drank a litre of spirits, ac
cording to Russian custom. Dogobiouko
had fought in the battles of the Beresina
nnd of Leipsic. Preparations were being
made at Rostoff to celebrate the corpo
ral's birthday when the old gentleman
made away with himself. Under Dogo
hionko's spirit bottle a letter was found
which stated the motive for the suicide.
He was madly in love with a girl of 10,
who would have nothing to do with him
and who had styled him an "old gentle
man." Petersburg Herald.
Somewhat of an Experiment.
"If this helps your neuralgia," said the
doctor, handing the prescription to his call
er, "I wish you would let me know, and I'll
try it on my wife. She's been troubled just
as you are for about 14 years. A guinea.
A Poor Currency.
Collector I am losing a great deal of my
time trying to collect this bill from you.
Debtor Don't worry about losing time.
I ant going to pay you in time. Texas Sitt
ings. A Schoolroom I'uho.
"Tommy, who was Joan of Arc?" asked
"Noah's wife," said Tommy, who is
great at guessing. Harper's Bazar.
A Million Friends
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend, in Dr.
Kind's New Discovery for consump
tion, coujrhs and colds. If yon have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative jxtwers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lungs. Each bottle is guaranteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at "llartz
& Ullemeyer's driii; store. Large
bottles 5ic and $1.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's New Discovery for con
sumption, Dr: King's New Life pills.
Hucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as veil, or lhat have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factorv results do not follow their
Use. These remedies have won their
great popularity 011 their merits.
Hart. - L'lleinever, druggists. ,
Bl'CKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts.
bruiM's, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilbl.tins. corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and posi ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2.5 cents per box.
For sale by llartz & Ullemeyer
- ."" ' - -Place of Ice.
I predict that 10 years from now th
familiar ice wagon will be a novelty up
on the streets of a city, so general will
have been the adoption of artificial re
frigeration. For a long time brewers,
pork packers and storage men have been
independent of the ice crop, and the in
troduction of the cold air pipe lines down
town has supplanted the use of ice in ho
tels, restaurants and barrooms except
wherein it is desired to make a displav
of the crystal commodity. In time ti.t.
distribution of cold air will be as general
in cities as is gas or water, and the sys
tem will lte perfected whereby the re
frigerating gas necessary for attachment
to a family refrigerator will be delivered
in a tank just like carbonated water is
to the soda fountains, once a month or
as required. St. Louis Glolte-Democrat.
Dueling In France.
Until within a few years dueling in
France was so common that 5,0(K) such
encounters were fought every year. The
vast majority of these occurred in the
army, but in 11X1 M. de Freycinet, the
minister of war, discouraged the prac
tice and rendered it optional under cir
cumstances in which it had been consid
ered imperative. Among civilians, how
ever, the game goes merrily on, leing
chiefly sustained by angry politicians or
excited journalists. It was calculated
in 186 that since 18T0 847 duels had
been fonght in France ontside the army.
In only nine instances were any of the
combatants disabled, while 98 per cent
of those engaged left the field unscathed.
A Sharp Passage.
The English marriage service was the
subject of conversation. Lowe said in
his dashing way that it was full of non
sense. "Why," he exclaimed, turning
to his wife, "it made me say 'with ail
my worldly goods I thee endow,' when I
had 110 worldly goods wherewitli to en
"Ah. Robert," she replied, "but there
were your brains!"
"Well." he said, "all the world knows
that I did not endow you with them."
"Life nnd Letters Of Viscount Sher
brooke." To Lai.
Pirh p Tt nny-oti has written nothing which
appeal" to the henr s of all w ho read h s poems
more than the lyric of ''Too Late." The burd' n
of the sad refrain comes home w.th tellins: force
to the hearts of those who hae lost friends by
that dread disi ase- concur! ption. They realiz1,
"too late," the result of neglect. They f el that
the near one mis t have been S'.ved if they bad
heced th warnins of the hacking c sh, the
pallid chet-k, and w. akening system. They feel
this all the more keenly because they see oilier;'
beinp rescued from the grasp of the destroyer,
and they think what is saving others mig'it have
saved their loved one When the first signal of
daiifrrr is seen, take steps to avert the citastro
l.hc. Fc wise in time. Dr. Pierce's Ooldeu Med
ical Discovery will drhe sway csnsumption . Do
not wa t until too lute befote puttirg its wonder
ful 1 fln-acy to the test. It succeeds where oilier
Fits All tits stopped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
lits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise'and $2 trial hot
tie free to lit cases. Send to Dr
Kline, 0:U Arch street, Philadelphia
l'a For sale by si! druggists; call
When Baby was Kick, we pae m-r . astoria,
V.Tien he was a Cliil J. she cried for Castoria.
Wrien she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she hod Cl Jldren, she gavethein Castor ia.
Pitcher's Castor. a.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the couo-b
it once 0
ChiEdreiv Cry far
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A ferrnt discovery Is that headache,
d:.-.:!ness, dullness, confusion of the mind,
et ., are duo to derangement of tha nerve
.'.'titers which supply the brain with nerve
force; that Indigestion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
wind la stomaih, of., arise from the derange
ment of the nerve ceatc-rssuppiyltig these or
pins with nerve f.uil or force. This Is likewise
trt.oof many disease of the hear-:'nd lunsrs.
T:.e nerve Eystem Ulike a telenrsipli svn m,
as will bo seen by the- accompanying
in. I lit? Illliu
u iiite lines are
the nerves whleh
eo ivey the nervo
f r e from tho
1 c." e centers to
t veiy part of tho
I iKiy, just as tho
cleci riccurrent Is
conveyed a Ion?
wires to every
station, lare or
physicians fail to
regard this fact;
in.-tead of treat
ing the nerve ren
ters Tor theeauso
o f tho disorders
p 1 'sinir t herefrom
tin y treat the
M. I., Lb. B., the
s pcclalist and
student or nervous diseases, and author
of many noted treatises on tiie latter nilWr.
Ion since realized the truth of the 'tirst
s;:itoment, and hU Restorative) Nervine
vvparvd on that principle. Its success
I 1 rul ing n!i diseases arising from deranze
1 "lit of tho nervous system is wondcr
1 i!, i as the thousands of unsolicited testimo
i:: ils in possession of the company manufac
turing the remedy amply nrove.
I r. Miles' liesibrative Nervine is a reliable
f" "fly for all nervous diseases such as
1- ache, nervous debility, prostration,
j e--.-ssiies8, dizziness hysteria, u sual de
'. it v, bt. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. It ts
s,i .1 by nil dru'-'gists on a txisitive guarantee,
or sent direct by the lr. Miles Jlediral Co.,
I A hart, Ind., on receipt of price, il per bot
siv bottles fur 50, express prepaid.
Kestorative Nervine positively contains no
tiui' ur dai.erous drugs.
t ba-jaF 14
A new and iVimpleie Treatment, consisting of
Suppositories. Ointmen' in "ansnl, also in Box
and Piils; A Po-itive 'ure for Kx'ernitf. Blind or
Bleedinat Itching. Chronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles Fehalr wkaksesses and mi.nv other dis
ease": it is always a great benefit to the general
henlth. t'tif firs' discovery of a medical cure ren
derinirat. oihth'oii with the knife unnecessary
heretftor Tills K mertr has never neen known
to fad. l per hoi. s for $0; sent hv mail. Why
suffer from tnis lernahie disease wher a written
roarmiie,- is p.:iiv'v eiven w.th notties. to re
fund the mnne if not cured. Sen 1 stamp for
fre sample 'Jnaranir-t' issrd byonr a:enl
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like masric on the 'toravh. Liver and Bw
els: disj els Oysjiepsia, Billousne-s, Fever. Colds.
Nervons Diaorders.Mrepiessness.I.os of Appetite,
restore-" the complection; perfect dittcsium fol
'ow. their use. Positive core 'or Sick Headache
and Constipation, s mall, mild. asv to take. Large
Viai- ..f 50 i!!s CSienty.
HAKTZ Jt VJLLMKVEF Sole Aceui Kock Isl
IXKCtTTOR S NOTICK
Fstate of Joeph Winter, Deceased.
Tne undersigned having been appointed exe
cutrix of 'he last will and testament of Joseph
Win'er, late of the comity of Kock Island, s.
f Illinois, deceasei'. hereby gives notice tha eh
w i'l spjienr before the county conrt of Kock Island
conrt. at th- offli e of th clerk of said court, in
the citv of Rock island, at the Pec-ember terui on
the first voncayin ' ccrmbvr next, at which time
all persot s havius cla'ms aa nst said estate are
notifl. d and rei'ieted t attend, for the purpose
of having the same adju-:cd. Ml ;c-ins in
debted losaid est te are requested to make itr
med ate payment to the nnde-simied
baled this 15th dav of September. A. P
MAKlAX sPES. WINTER.
By virtue of a speci 1 execution and fee bill No.
:t's issued out of the clerk's ol.ee of the county
court of Hock Islai.d county, and state of Illinois,
nnd to mi directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount o' a certain Judgment recently
obtained against Kli Branson, in favor of the
Montpelicr Tile company, out or fie lands, tene
ment", goods and chattels of the said defendant,
Kli Bruiisen, I have levied npon the following
property, to-wit . Lot two il) southeast fourth (4)
of section nnmbe-tbirty-two iSil township num
ber seventeen il7)nve 51 west cf the fourth
prinr pal meridian. Also lot two (31 southeast
quarter (4 o' section thirtv-five :J5 township
fever.teen itTI five (5 west of the fourth (4)
princ pal meridian and southwest one quarter
t') of southeast quarter ,'14) of section thiity-six
( ti township vmtceu (it fi ve (5) wei-t of the
fourth principal meridian, in all t outlining one
hundred and eight tlOS) acres, all of wh ch la sit
uated in tbe county or Rock Island and sta e of
Therefore, according to said command I shallex
pose forsale at public auction all the r'.eht, title
and interest of the above named. Ell Brnnsen,
in and to the above described property, -m Satur
day, tbe Tth day of October, ls, at a o'clo k p.
m., at the. north door o the court house in the
city of Eock Island, in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illiois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
saW executions and f. e bills.
Dated at Rock Island this 15 h day vf Septem
ber. A D.1A3.
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
OF KKAL ESTATE.
Bv virtue of an order and decree of the county
court, of lioik Island cotirty. state 01 Iilinoi
niade on the petition rf the undersigned, James
John-ton. administrator of the estate of
R.'taiie Hartufire', deceased, tur leave to 11
the rest t-stat' of said deceased at the Au"UBt
term, A. 1. lS'.W. of said court, to-wit : "
On the Bth dav of A' gust, A. D., iso.3, I i-hall
onthetilh day t f September r.ex', between the
ho irs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon aud 5 oVIoek
in the afternoon of said d y. sell a' public sale
at the north door of the c urt house in thclty
or Rick I-land. in said count v, the real estate
described as foilows. to-wit:
The noith twenty (".W acres of the west-half of
the tas'-half rf section number two.t .-). in town
ship sev. nteen, (1). north range two, (i), west
of the Kounh pnucipal meridian, excepting
therefrom the following described real estate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the ha'f section
forty-two (42i chains and fllty seven (57i links
south of the south-west comcr'of the south-east
quarter of said section nine, (9, aud running
thence south sixty-three (63) degrees and forty
(4(1) minutes east is 63 decrees 4(1 m el thirteen
chains and twenty-fonr links, (1324 100 chains)
thence south fiifty-two degrees and fifty-five miu
t:tes eas: (s 54 di grees 55 minutes c) ten chains
and fift -t ine links (10-591o.ichins more or less
to the east line of said west-haif of tho eas', half
of said section nine, (9) containing between said
line and Rock Kivereight and twenty-two hun
dredths (8 &!-)00) acres more or less, situated in
the county of Hock Island. state of Illinois, on
the following terms, ntmcly: Cash down on de
livery of deefl.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D . 1893.'
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Adminis'rator of the Estate of Rosalie Haricage!
5- - ft
Cor. Michigan ve and Wonroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHIAP BOARO'NO.
Elegant firejro.- building
1 . .
Represents, amooL- oth,.P
known Fire Insurance foaj.:iri;e.;.
Royal Insurance Companv of F "
esehetter Fire Ins iv,,', Er-f-M
Buffalo German u- tVn x T
Rochester German In. ,
Citizens' Irs. Co.,..f p ! hrtl ' -ttr. V
Sun Fire Otncc, Lond,,,, r . '
liiion Ins.Co., of Caf.'.ri -i
Security Ins. Co.. .tw ii.v, ' ,
German Fire Ins Cc, c,f pc(ra ,.
Office Cor. ISth St. :u',';,,
li,M K Im.ase,
"THE OLD RELIABLE.
HAYES & CLEATEUg
Rej. resenting over 40 Million Do.;
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
' Employer's Liable,
Bonds of Suretyship
OPFK'K-Room 21. Mitch.il A Lrn f. s
ioek Islanu. Ills. "-Jn-tf K
t-8 ecu re 0nr rates; they wj'.l izutttt j-
J M. BUFORD
Tbe old Fire and Timv-tru c Cil.m
Losses Promptly Paid.
fau-s as low as any relianle comparvrit -r
our Patronage is soi:c:;ec.
STATE SAVINGS BAITS.
Office Corner FifteeEth street and TL:r4At
Succeeds the Moline bavinsrB . anx. orjtu.if-.:
5 Per CEM I5TECEST .AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized under State L :t.
Oen from 9 a. m. to 3 m., and Weaieri. c:
aurday nights from7tos; a
- - . r :.::
U. A. Am s worth, . - V;ct P: :2
DI HECTORS :
Porter Skinner. w Vt' -
C.A.Rose, .i.' A."V'.-'--
G. H. Edwards, w. H. Adao
Andrew Friberg, r. F. Uemeiwav.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in tbe
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bant
of OKCUAKD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. 6. D.kt Ca-titr.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Kock I-lai.l Nat.J't
t . C. Carter, .!).
Henry Dart's Sons. Wnolesaie Srorr
? -Broadway, Cor. Frince St., Sew York C.:j-
Refitted ami rpnnmt.it unit.. i. Tit.w t!-.M!:. ire
On the European pUn.
jvoom rates 51 a day and npward .
Recta u rant eaual to the h..t in tin c:tv : c.:-
btreet ars from all R. R. stations a::i rti
boat and ferry landings pass tne dmr.
IilLDRETU & ALLEN, i'l'r1
i TT 5yrT4 rc"3k
fi uaa u ttut v- a
AWanM,n aw.mah m I.I. -.-P'T tSt
I. CLEAN. Don D 8TAIS. PKKVLNT9 SrKICTj
i.ai. I.OXOShUOCA aid Cl.fFT In n. to
initios h.li ror LKrOOKBHOSAor WUirVS.
Sola bj .11 DHCOOISTS. Senitoso. AO, JS
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