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THE AKGUS, THURSDAY, SEPTKMHKK 21,
THE TRATELEKS' riUlHL.
CHICAGO. ttHJa IBLAND A Pit riC nAIL
way Depot cornel fifth weuue and Thirty
im tre-t. Frank II. Pluinmer, agent.
council tiiurl Alinueso-
ts Dav Sxpress
Kansas City Pay Express .
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7 :45 am
Oman a ana oenver vesn-1 i
bnle Express i ! 3.45 am 3
Ft Worth. D nrer & in'lo 4:.tnamll
Htoan-Hock Island Expres
8t. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kus City anil St . Jut
lx- Moines, Omaha Lin-1
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6:W am ,
J:40 am 10 20 pm
Daily, nl ineeast. i1 ''. wes'.
F. Fl. Pl.l-HNEB. gU
L. X. Allxn. lien. Art. Pass. Dept. Daren port
QITRLISliToN HOLTS-C B. y, KAt.
A wa Dspji Fi- rnue and Sixteen
K.J. Young, atienl.
i r; TRAINS. , mni
j -' ft. Loot- express. .... 4 45 au.' Ttf pm
it. Lcnl Exprete ... TMSpnv H :15 a n
t '. St.Paul Express 7 .m pre 7 :!S a n
oeantstown Passenger. StfOpto 10:45 am
', j teriinn Fasseai'jr 7:55 im: ti:.vipm
j ' lCVse Pusenjer 0:50am 5:'S pm
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j -iHICAOO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PA I L RAIL-
I war Racine Southwestern Division De-
not Twentieth street, between F. ret and Second
avenue. C. D. W. Holmes. aitent.
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St. Paul E;;r 4 4- pin: 1 1:45 m
; Ft. eimrnodHtlnn MS it : 0 i -t
ROCK ISLAND t PEORIA RAILWAY DS
pot First avenno and Twentieth atreet.
:,. , B. Rockwell, A-'ent.
. TRAINS. L' AhKlVE
! jj Pasi Mail ixpress...., , 4:05 am 7:P6 pm
' Bxpress 2 :' pm 1 :ih pm
t i Cable Accommodation ; 9:10am 3 0) pm
.1 J ;ioin -us are
B' URLtNGTuN. CEDAR R5P1DS NORTH
er railway, depiii f ot of B'U'ly street. Dav
' enport. J.E.Hanu-Cin. ft'''i.T'k't it Pa-"!- Auem.
Pavenport Trains. ; Leave. AMve,
: Pafgen'er i M:55 pm hlO 45 am
. I Freight , bl IX) ami hi 1:15 pin
' Leae West Davenport.
We' l.'hertv Trin' North. ; uth.
Paneuner h7 45 m hl0:4-ipm
" al'i: i ;m a4 5Uaj
i . at 4ri am
J Freluht ... til :15 pm , hSiPam
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mDaily. hO.ti'v except Stindav. ij:n north.
Oniutf ou:h ami eai
kf06T DIBKCT BOUTS TO TUI
East, South and Southeast.
....j 8Mb ami
.. 8(45 am
... ,:: am,
. 10 -3i am
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3 :f7 pm
Lv. Rock IV.and.
12 05 n't
, 3:40 pm'
, 4 fCpm
.' 3:50 pm
, 6 :55 pm j
11 :00 pm)
.. 10:10 am 3:50 pm
. ' 1 : pm 7:08 pm
N: tr.-l .
AccfiranTl.i'.ior trains leave Rock Island at
1:00 a. m. an l 6 -ti p. m : arr.ve at Peoria3:50p.
u. and 1 :15 i. m. l.pave Peojia A:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4.00 p. m and 1 :45
All train? r in da'ly cxreut 6anda; .
Ail pise u'er trtin. arriTM and depart Union
Froe Cn tir it i-on Fts: Eip'ee htwucn Rock
Iflond an i "eor:a. hoth directions.
Tarouiii ticket, to ail pomtp ; haijae cnecked
hronsjn to destination.
CABLE BUAKCH. f
' : Accom, Accooi. rnysician and Surgeon.
i Lv. R ci Iland Uo am 4.1X1 pm J "
C a Arr. Remolds lO.ai am 5.06 pm Speciul attention given ti diseases of the Eye
j CahlH 11.00 am 5.40pm and Ear.
' ' Lv. C,.. !A?Tm Wm fnd rCBidence 318 Twentieth street.
: Ar. Reynolds i 7.00 am 1.45pm OIncehours: 10 to 14 a. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
" Hock Inland ' 7.65 am 3.00 pm P. t- Telephone No. 1409.
H.B. 8UDLOW, 4TOCKHOU8E " "
Snaerintendent. !; Tkt. Aee t DR. ASA.Y
Great Rock Island Route" Psician anil Surgeon,
1131 TiiiRr Ave
TO THE li:AST.
Beat Dining Car Service in the World.
The Hock Islam! is foremost in
jdojitiiiji any ml vantage ealeulated
to improve speeil ami jive that lux
ury, safety ami eonifort that opii!ar
initronae ilemamls. Its eijiiijunent
'.s tliormihly complete with vesti
titili il trains, magnificent iliniii";
ears, sleepers ami chair coaches, nil
the most cleirant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
tnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
w a double duty to the company
and lo travelers and it is Fometimes
ft task ditlieult of accomplishment.
Tasscnovrs on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Iloek Island Uoute runs all
cpiilar trains to Knlewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
.rounds, and you can save time and
rouble by jetting oil at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ollicc in "the United Mates,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
C.en'l Tkt. & Tass. Art., Chicago, 111.
E. Sr John, Gen'I Mgr. Chicago 111.
It Currs Coid. Coufhs. Sore Throat. Cronp. Infla.
enia. Whooping Couph. Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Conumotion in first stages,
and a sure relirf is adv inced stages. Use at once.
You will s the exoelient effect after Uking the
first dose. Sold by dei.lers everywhere. Largs
bottles 60 cents and $1)0.
ATTORNEY AT LV Office in Miicheil A
1 ynot's new Mock
JACKSON fe HURST.
ITTDliNtYS A V LV office in cck I-l.ind
National liank bun lint, Koe 1-inml, 111.
E. D. SWEEHT. C. I.. WALK' It
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AN 0 1 C I XsKLLORS ATI.AW
A Ollice in DentouV hlock. Rock Islauil 111.
C. J. SEAUI.E. s. W SEA KLK.
SEARLE c SEARLE.
ATTORNKYS AND CO: NSELLO RS AT LA W -nnd
So icitors in Ciancery; otllce Buford's
block. Rock Island
MoENIRV r McENIRY-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on rooI
security, make (ollections. Reference,
jritcheli Lyr.de, hunkers. Office in Postofllce
S- W. C DELL.
ATTiREY AT LAW Formerly of Port By.oi.
r ana uurinu' the past two year with the linn o
B twtn.i Jt Eutriken at Moline, ha now opened
at odlct- in tne Auditorium buiidli g, room 5, at
II. M. I'KAUCK.
ri4MtiQ xi (U Mitcholl A Lyndo'e new block
Tiakc eli vator
1K. J. E. 1IAWTHOUNE,
Teeth extracted witQont pain by rte ).
No 17' Second aveiine. over Krell t Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Hchoemaker.
MltcheU & Lynde's Bl ck. Rooms 2H-S1
(Take El ivatorl
Edward L. Uamxati. Clark II. BuroRO.
EIA VtMATT & BUFORD.
A R?,F!IJE(i r?,' I'r" M-mi-111 Offlcc-Koom
JO. 41, Mitchell Jt Lynde Imilding.
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
" Plats and superintend! nee for all cias r
it u I Ui in r.
Rooms 53 and 55. Mitchell Lvmie bnihlir.1'
Telephone 1270. R ck Island. III.
Office nours : 10 a. ni. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. ra and
J. R. nollowhush, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLO WBUSH
pHTSlOlANS AND URGKoNS,
Office ward st. Telephone 1065
Residence 741 '.'1st st " 1 is
Or, Barth . u , iloHowntish
"IclHm. 10 to 12 a.m.
ltoiacd . to 8 p. m, I to 5ui,d 7 t.) S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. IIOEINSON
EYE, KAR. NO E
thee Mcl'ulloimh Building. 194 W. 3d St.
iionrs: to 11 am : 1 to 4 uni.
I. F. VIvbhd, M. D. Oeo. X. Wheei.br, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
"' anil lliaecra of IVumen
Office over Krell 4 Math's Telephone 1143.
D. JIVE 119 ) lilt. WIIEELEIl.
1 1 to 12 a. m. 8 t 10 a. m.
2 to 5 anil 7 to p. m 1 1 1 3 and 7 lu u m
lies, lelpnhone Ian, h, lelenhone. 11W.
W A DAULING,
Mitchell & Lymlu 15 ock.
Take E levt tor.
WkP STOPPED FREE
Insane Persons Restorp
U Fjt3 Dr. KLINE'S GREAT
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far .'nA1N&NllJtVR 1 'I-iHAliS. On.'?Sr
! Infallible if uken as due tM. A' i t: fic
first day's su, Trcati am $2 trill tot:le tttr 19
tl p"in,iNr, Mini cum ssi nironoot wiicn
k -. Q ffivt?.!. Sndnjim-s, 1 O. .nrlexp'- i.lilrns al
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SKILLFUL INDIANS OF THE NORTH
HAVE QUEER METHODS.
They Cat m Hole In the Ice, liuild a Hut
Over the Hole and Let Down a Decoy
Through the Ice Fooling Innocent Crea
tures of the Deep Lakes.
"You have heard of shooting game by
means of decoy birds often enough no
doubt," said an old sportman the other
day, '"but I doubt if you ever heard of
fishing by means of a decoy fish, where
the decoy was not used for bait. I never
saw it done myself till I visited Geor
gian bay, a part of Lake Huron, in Can
ada, one winter. There I found that the
half breed . Indians erected huts on the
frozen bay and fished through holes cut
in the ice by means of a queer decoy.
'Tn order to facilitate matters, some of
them had little stoves in their huts to
keep them warm while they fished. The
huts bad only one opening, a door, and
when the fisherman had entered and
closed the dour no light entered the hut
except what came up through the floor,
reflected through the ice outside and the
water underneath it. This made it pos
sible for the fisherman to see deep down
into the water and difficult for fish to
sec him in his dark hut. The fisherman
has a chair or bench to sit upon, food
and drink to keep life in him during his
long watch and a little stove to prevent
chilL Xow comes the decoy business.
'The half breed takes out of his kit a
queer looking'stick, painted and shaped
roughly to look like a fish, he avers,
though it would hardly be breaking the
second commandment to worship it, for
it is the likeness of nothing in the heav
ens above, or on the earth beneath, on in
the water under the earth; but if the fish
think it is the main object is accom
plished. Tins wooden counterfeit of a
fish is loaded with lead, so that it sinks
and lies in the water the right way when
suspended from the middle of the back
by a string attached to a short fishing
Iole. The Indian lets this decoy down
into the water and by means of the string
gives it a series of short, sharp jerks,
which make it a dart hither and thither
in a remarkably lifelike manner, al
though, of course, its range is exceeding
ly limited, about a yard in any direction.
"The thing is provided with tin fins
and tail and i weighted with lead most
heavily at the head. The string is at
tached nearer the head than tho tail,
upon the back, and the skill with which
these fishermen make the queer thing
shoot about in a triangle under their
feet, through a hole in the ice, is truly
remarkable. I did not succeed in ac
quiring tho art myself. I should say
from trying it that it is rather more dif
ficult to learn than fly casting.
"Presently a few fih, noticing this
decoy darting about as if in active pur
suit of his food, swim that way to see if
there is not something there for them
also. Thej- may lie fresh water herring,
salmon, trout, whitefish or less valuable
game; "but noue of them, big or little, is
refused by the half breed. Fine fish he
sells; the coarse ones he or his dogs or his
children or his squaw eat readily.
"Pulling tip his decoy, the fisherman
lets down a baited hook and tries his
luck on the newcomers, seldom in vain.
These men lish with all sorts of ,quee
bait. I saw one man make a splendid
haul one day. using for bait only a bin
white bone button without any hook.
The fish swallowed it greedily, and he
would jerk them out of the water before
they could get it out of their throats. By
and by u pike or dogfish, seeing the
shoal of fish around the pole, darts after
them. They scatter m a hurry, and the
fisherman lets down his decoy again tc
attract the pike.
"Now all tho skill at his command
must be employed to make the decoy
work well, for if it lags in the water
long enough for the piko to susjiect its
genuineness he will turn away in dis
gust. If the decoy deceives the wily
pike he dashes at it, and the fisherman
jerks it away before the pike can grab it
in his strong jaws. The pike turns to
pursue, and as he halts to turn the fisher
man drives at him with a long forked
epear. If his aim is nccurate, the pike is
transfixed and is brought bleeding to the
surface in a jiffy.
"These men are skilled hunters and
know many curious habits of the crea
tures they pursue. They say that musk
rats, for instance, are able to swim long
distances under the ice in this manner:
Taking a long breath, the muskrat dives
from his pursuer and swims as far as ho
can. When he can go no lunger without
ii fresh breath, he comes up under the
ice, and pressing his nose against it
breathes out all the air in his lungs.
This forms a big bubble under the ice,
and the Indians say that the ice has the
power of making that, bubble of air fresh
again, oxygenizes it in fact, and that the
little fellow then breathes it in again and
dives once more. This he can do half a
dozen times, tho Indians say, before tho
air ho took with him becomes so foul
that tho ice cannot freshen it again.
"Whether this property of the ice is
true or not I cannot say, but the Indians
firmly believe it, and I know that musk
rats can travel a long way under the ice,
and I have seen them come up under tho
ice, press their noses to it awhile and
then dive again. Perhaps some scientist
might explain the case." New York
The Southerner ut Home.
The southerner at home is prone tc
neglect his headgear for the sake of hav
ing his feet well shod, and he will gc
about in public places wearing a bat
tered and soiled slouch hat, but scrupu
lously neat as to his footwear. The jie
culiarity perhaps arises from family
pride, a besetting southern sin, coupled
with the belief that aristocracy is evinced
in tho shaie and size of tho feet. It is
worthy of note, however, that the south
ern slouch hat is often a costly article of
the finest and most durable felt. Such a
hat for winter and a costly and inde
structible Panama straw for summer are
tho proper headgear for a southern coun
try gentleman. Chicago Herald.
An Army Put to Flight by One Man and
With the Loss of Only One.
It was probably one of the most re
markable battles that was ever fought.
The advance had leen well planned by
the attacking force, the idea being to
surprise the enemy at the dead of night.
Every detail had been carefully consid
ered. The Advance would lie hidden by
a wood, nnd the first the enemy would
know of it would lie when the troops
swept out of the wood and carried the
tamp by storm. There were apparently
no pickets in tho wood, and there seemed
to be no possibility of a failure.
The colonel-in command was gloating
over his expected victory, when one of
his ofiicers called his attention to a
bright light some distance to the left of
the advancing column.
"What in it':" asked the colonel anx
iously. "I don't know," replied the officer.
"It flashed up there only a minute ago."
"Well, if any one suspected we were
here he wouldn't go along swinging a
lantern to make a target of himself,'' as
serted the c!o:icl.
The coin;. iii had barely liegttn to move
again wle n a lig'.t appeared on the right
and a little to the rear of the on? that
had just disappeared. Another halt was
made, and the coh;:a 1 was tempted to
order a volley in the direction of the
light, but of couive that would betray
the exact wh-rcabouts of the column
and would be almost suicidal.
"We arc bt iug surrounded:" exclaimed
one of the ofucers excitedly.
Then a light app"ared in the shrubbery
immediately ahead of the retreating col
umn. The first man yelled "Rifle pit:"
and cleared the whole thing at one
bound. The second man was not so for
tunate. He stumbled and fell, and its
he fell he instinctivtly made a reach for
the light. He was the only man-killed,
but his death completed the panic. Ranks
were broken, and the retreat became a
wild race to get out of the wood.
And the lights seemed to dance here
and there, appearing at the most unex
pected points and adding to the confu
sion. When the excitement was at its height,
a man climbed out of a pit some distance
in the rear of tho retreating force. lie
stretched l.imsdf and pet red after the
"Hanged if I wasn't cramiicd in that
hole," he s;;id. "I suppose I might as
well turn a ciiinon or two loose just to
wake the boys up ami scare those foot
racers a lit lie more."
lie lay down on the ground at the edge
of the pit. reached his hand down to
some keys oti a sort of switchboard, and
in an instant cannon boomed out. Then
he raised himself to a sitting posture, lit
a pipe and chuckled to himself.
Two or three men rushed up and
breathlessly inquired what the trouble
"Oh, I had a little brush with the ene
my," replied tho man with the pipe
calmly. They tried to surprise the
"And you beat them?"
"Why, they're running yet."
Quiie a crowd from the camp had
gathered by tnis time, and one of t'.n-m
cried, "Three cheers for the electrician:"
but the man with the pipe raised hi.-,
hand to stop them.
"The credit is not all mine." he said.
"Remomlrf-r my able force of linemen
who ran wires through this wood and
made it p issible for me to win this vic
tory." Just then some of ihe men who irtd
gone into the wood aft r the retreating
enemy r turned with the news th.it one
man had been killed.
"What I" cried the electrician, jump
ing up. lie hurried to the place where
the body lay.
"Too lau! Too bad!" he said regret
fully, "but then accidents will happen,
even i i a battle. He had no business to
catch hold of a live wire."
"Oh. well, there's no use feeling bad
about it," put in one of the officers. "A
victory ha been won, and only one life
'.ixs been lost."
"Rut why have one lost?" asked the
electrician. "Of course it was tiresome
work in that pit. and when I got them on
tho retreat 1 was glad of it, but I never
supposed an' one was going to grab hold
of tho light. It's too bad!"
And the man who had won the victory
could not be consoled. Chicago Tribune.
The (.oliatli of l'.ij; l:asin.
In Dig Basin, Santa Cruz county, Cal.,
there are thousands of giant redwoods
that will measure from 10 to iio feet in
diameter. But the Titan of them till is a
giant known far and near as "the Goliath
of Big B:isin." This monstrous vegeta
ble growth is 'j feet in diameter at the
ground and is perfectly sol id. a fact noted
as a rarity iu these colossi of the forest.
Goliath is a fraction over 200 feet in
height, the lower 100 feet of the trunk
being free from branches or unsightly
excrescences. Experienced woodmen de
clare that the tree would weigh more
than 100.000 tons and that it would "cut"
l.oOO.OUO feet of clear board measure
lumber, besides 100 cords of wood that
could In; gotten out of the limbs and
waste. St. Louis Republic.
Horace Vernet is tho best example of
visual memory. He could paint a strik
ing portrait of a man, life size, after hav
ing once looked at his model. Mozart
had a great musical memory. Having
heard twice the "Miserere" in the Sis
tine chapel, he wrote down the full score
(f it. There are soloists who during 24
hours can play the composition of other
masters without ever skipping a note.
M. Rinet iu Revue des Deux Mondes.
stre-t!4 Versus I'resiiU-utr,.
A little Buffalo miss, wheu asked by
her bchool teacher to name the presi
dents of the United States in order, be
gau glibly," Washington. Jefferson, Mad
isyu, Monroe, Adams, Watson, Emslie"
Here she was checked by the teacher,
who remarked that she seemed more fa
miliar with tho streets of her native city
than with the presidents of her country.
New York Times.
A Million Frini'ds.
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have found just such a friend in Dr.
King's New Discovery for consump
tion, coughs and colds. If you have
never used this great cough medi
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers 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 'ilartz
& Ullcmeyer's drug store. Large
bottles 5c 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.
Bueklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as well, or that have
given such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee them
every time, ami we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
trreat popularity ou their merits'.
Hartz iV L'Uemever, druggists.
Bl'CKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
ohilbltiins. corns, and all skin erup,
tions, ami posi ivcly cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 2o cents per box.
F'or sale bv Hartz & Ulleniever
An Industrious Python.
A Danbury (Conn.) man has a large
collection of snakes, including a pair of
African pythons, a male and a female.
One day last week the female python
commenced to lay, and up to the present
time has deposited over 100 eggs. They
vary in size and shape, but on an aver
age are larger than goose eggs. It is
something unusual for pythons to lay
when in captivity. It is generally re
puted that the only other instance re
corded was in 1841, when a python in
the Ptiris zoological garden laid three
d.ozon eggs. Philadelphia Ledger.
IS rh.-.ps T M:-on 1:: s viritun in.:Uii: which
dpjh-i.N to the tear s t f all vho n ad h;s priems
more than the I r:e of "Teo I. ale.'' The lainlni
of ihe sad n train cotnt s home w :h tel.inc force
to the hearts of tho-e vho have lost friends by
that dread dist ae- coii-un ptio:.. They realiz
"loo late,"' the re-uh of iic' ce!. They f. e! that
the near one niL'M hae hrcn svcd if they had
beetled tie? warning of the hacUi: co::-h, the
pa'.Ii J die. k. and wt akenin j system. They feel
this all the more keenly heeauc they see others
bciti: rescued from the erasp of the distroyer,
and they think what is savii, others might have
saved their loved one when the first signal of
dnnpi r is seen, take steps to avert the catastro
phe, l'e wise in time. Dr. Pierce's Cio'.dtjA Med
ical Discovery will clrie away csnsuniption . To
not wa t until too late before pnttii g its wonder
ful i flicac-to the test. It succeeds where other
When "VhilH- was Kick, we pav, ni-f i a-stria.
Y.'hen - !.e was a CUil.l. she erievl for Cistoria.
When sl:e le,-a:iie Tliss, she chiu t ('astoria.
When idle liuj Children, she avetheai Castor a
Children Cry for
Lane's Familv Medicine moves the
b i els each day. Most people need
to Use it.
Chiken Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Childrei. Cry for
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York I'itv
Refitted and renovated under new management,
on the European pi n
Room rates Si a day and upward.
Restaurant equal lo the best in the city at mod
street cars from all R. R. stations and steam
boat mid ferry landings pass the door.
H1LDRET1I 4 ALLEN, i -rp'e.
A new and Complete Treatment, constsilip ol
suppositories. Ointment in Causal?, al-o in Box
and Pels: A Positive cure for External, Blind or
Bleeding Itchinir, Chronic Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Female weaknesses and nn.nr other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dcriucan operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Ri medy has never been knows
to fall. 11 per box. 6 for 85; sent bv mail. Why
suffer from this terriable disease when a written
ituaraniee is positivly pien wiui bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample. Unaractee lsed by our aitenl.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acts like music on the stomach. Liver and Bw
els; dispels Oyspepsia, Biliousness, Kever, Colds.
Nervous Dieordere.Sleeplessncss.Loss of Appetite,
restores the complection: perfect digestion fol
lows their use. Positive core for Sick Headache
and Constipation. S mail, mild, tasy to take. Lanre
Vials of 50 Pills 25 .e nt.
UARTZ& MLL.MKYER Sole Agents Rock Isl
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5fCC! ".t.c-iiio;tr it. i and lut.i!
bnaiT(l fan onort. tor ti.o hanrtkarcii
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Ui tltrUlXiF.' itu.ni. Add raw. I
LtaffeV O.tUC CO.. Milwaukee, W's. j
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Estate of .lo-ei.h
Tne undersigned bavin tv, 1
cntrix of the last will ard o
Winter. late of tt. . '- 'f -
i f Illinois, deceased, herein-'ivv'
ronnty, at the offlre of the 4'l'f h"'i'
the city of Rock island, at the ifr, - -the
first Mondavin liec-mi' lr '' rt"'
all persons having claims va , !''' t
notified and requested to atter-.iV :
of havtnj the same a.ijiwJV y.
dented to said est ite are ,.,.''' . I-'-t
mediate payment to the niid!--. , 0
Dated this l ith dav of s..,., ' ..r
I By virtue of a speci.l exvci -82S
issued out of the clerk's W
i f i?.-i. i i . - i ' 1
vwim ui inns iBiauu cnurv -u ,j
and to me directed, when :i I -m
make the amount of a i-erta-'i".
obtained against Kli lir;;i , , '
Vontpelier Tile conipar.v,"o. . 7r
ments, coods and chatt,-; ,.f '.
Eli Briuifen, I have lev e.l r,,
property, to-wit : Lot i,, ,
of section number r' in v-; "i , ;
her seventeen tlTMKe w!l
quarter ) of section thirt"--'v
seventeen ( IT I live
princ'pnl meridian and s..u'-l '
t1 of southeast tparter , '4 , i ,
(til township seventeen lit. ti .
fourth principal meridian, in
hundred nnd ci:hr ( nisi acre
uated in the coui.ty of R-iok' j. ,
Therefore, according to - ii.i r..r
pose for saie at puOiic auction a;i
and interest of the above tari
auu iu oie miuve- uescntn-d i
nav. inp . n nnv or I ....
m., at the north door of ti,,. r
city of Rook Island, in the coui.tv i f ;
and state of Illinois, for cash In" t -i
said executions and f.-e bills.
Dated at Rock Island this 1'. -h ,
b;r, A. D.lstJ. ' a
C. IV (ioR-i
Micriffof Rock Island Ci.nt.tv ;'
OF REAL F.STATK.
Bv virtne of an order and decree ,.f -. .
court, of Roi k -siand roumr. ,vi;l- (
niHile on the j etttion rf the "uiu:. r- : r
e, John-ton. administrator f the ,
Roraiie Hartnt pel, lt ceased, i r ,, :.v
the rea "tt of said rlieea-nl ..t h
term, A. D 1S"., of said ccrirt. to-u
on theSth dav nf A.t, AD..;-..!
on the tit h day t f September i ei ,
ho irsef lOn'cloc in the for. n..;;
in itie au-rncon oi said iiiv. s :i
at the north diw.r of 1 lie c. iirt li.
of R-ick 1-laiid. in said coun'y.
described as fojlows. to-wa :
Thenoitii twenty ivMiacre. f
he i a-'-liHii i f section n ini. r :
ship sev. m. en, 1 17'. nortii r:i
ot the rour ! principal i ier. :
theri-fr.m the following lie-, r;'-e
it; tleL-inning m a ou.t o:. :
fortv-two yi-Z' cr.a'ns :ti..i t::y
south of the s uth-wet cnn r of
quuner of sod section nit.e. ''
tnence south s:xty three .ti:,.
(HO minute ea-t decrees 1-
chains and twenty-f. ur link-.
i i J i 1 .
inence somn nitty-two tteLTe. s a...: : : y :
' tes pas (s 'l dt-ree i5 mittutr-- . f :
and rift. -line link- .pi-5'.l l.i.uh .i:i-: , .
to Ihe east line of said west-h.i 1 of -,t. ,
of said section nine. C.li co:i:a ui-x
iaic and iioek Rivereiht a:.d twentv-:
dredths (S 2i-H) acres more or k-s-.V:
the county of Hock I-Und. slate ot i .
the following urms, namely; Cash ,';..
li'ery of deed.
Dated this Stb day of August, A. Ii . :
JAMES Ii. .H'HNs'
Admini rator of tne Estate of Rosa', i 11
Represents, amon other tiaie-:rie i s::
known Fire Insurance Companies. ;!k f
Royal Insurance Company, of Et:f'.a:.-J
Wesehester F.re Ins. Companv. ..f N V.
Buffalo German lus. Ctnipanv. 1! T.
Rochester Gennan Ins. Co.. Koch. -ter. N V
Citi.ens' Ii 8. Co., of Pitt-huri; l a.
Snu Vire Office, London.
I'nion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Haven. Com.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. i!-. .? ..
German Fire Ina. Co., of Pecria, I" .
Office Cor. 18th St. ami I' l Av,.
Rock Islam-. Ii.'.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAND
Ueirvtentir.o over 40 Milium l? ".trs
of Cash dssetg
ire. Life. Tcrnacic
BDnds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room SI. Mitche l A Lin.liV
tiock Islana, Ills.
Vb becure uur rate; they will inn rest ;
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried CoroaL :.t
Looses Promptly Paid.
RalC8 ae low any reliable coiq)aiiv ran 2or
Cor. Michiiian Av. and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOAHO.MG
Eleg!ntfireproo'bui!d.ne HAiVrP'. Prifl
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