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THE AUGUB, Fill DAY, SEPTEMIJEI. 22, p3.
THE TRAVELER' HCIDK.
CHICuTTbOCR ISLAN!.' n fit ..Alt.
way Depot cornet (firth .venet and "blrty
ftrrt street. Frank H. Plnmmer, irfent.
CouLCtl Hmda ViaittiH '
t L)aT Brpress I
Kamw Oily Day Sxpres. .
Washlneton Express.. ..
Omaha Express ..
Omaha and Denver Vesti- I
bole Rxnress (
FtWorth.D nver & 4nClt)
Ptaart-Kork Island Express
ft. Taul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Joe
:flr nnv 4:45 am
:N)pm 6:13 am
iJflpmi S:ll pm
:45 ta' 7:15 pm
.45 a Hi 3:20 am
:5i am;ll ;0." pm
:.)0 pm1 :() n
:1T am 9:0? pm
:10 am. S:35 pm
Vet Molne-, Omaba Jt Lin-1
:40aiu,10 20 pm
Daily. tG intresst. f'oiti? wtn.
F. II. PU XMEB. Agt.
L. M. Alms. ien. Agt. Pun. Dept. Uavcniiort
"XJCKLINGToN it'i'l'l-O.. ot . K A I
war Djpol Klri ivenae and SiT'-ntc at
V.J. Yoonkr, aaent.
TRAINS. .. , ,
M. Ljui ixyress J5 an. I 7::!?pai
-Loul Bzpren ... ' T 45 pm! o 8S a o
8t. Panl Express 7 0' px !Mn
beardstown "as 'ouRer . i :f 0 urn 1 10:45 am
sterling """taur-". 7:NSam' ti:Nipm
Lacrosse Passenger 9:50 am 5:"6 pm
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAt i. HAIL-w-Racine
Sonhwestern Hivis too De
pot Twentieth sireet. between F.if and Seroiu!
avenne, E. D. W, Holmes, aeeni
TRAINS. t.EB I Akkiv
Mail kod tixprtms 7:O07Zj 9 :J0
St. Pall 2ipr '.. .. 4 4J..m U:4i am
Ft. r. yr -mmo'latlnr . . . . -I t. ; S 0
ROCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILD7A Dft
pot First avenue and Twentieth street
B. Rockwell, Aeent.
TRAINS. Lsivt AhRivt
Fast Mill Kinross 8:115 am 7:i 5 p-s
Rxpre 2:'pm 1 :2f pm
Cable Acicomtnoiiation 9:10am 3 01 p"o
" 4:00 cm rn
URLlSlVTGN. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTII
ern railway. depot foot of Brady street. Dav
enport. J.E.Uauneuan, Gen.T'k't i'Pass A.ent.
Pavenport Trains I Leave, i ATir
Passenger j b:55 pni'hlO 45am
Freight.... ; b3 GO aruibll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
Wear Libert Train North. nth.
h7 fim bl0:Jspm
al0::li pm a4 50a 8
aO 45 am
I1 :15 pm bS:Kiam
. . 1P: 15 ni bl :15pm
aDaily, hDaliy except Sunday. tGo.ug north.
Ouinp: South nd eat
K08T DtBBCT BOUTS TO THH
last, South aad Southeast.
. I 8:ib itn
. 9:os am!
' 9 ::) am!
.11 :15 am!
Lv. Rock Ijland.
Qtlva ... ..
9 :) pm
3 :S7 pm
8 :57 pm
4 :38 pm
10 :i)fl pm
Terre 11 mte
:- am :
Iv. Pe rii
10.10 -t:n 3:50 pm
i :an pm 7 :iif) ;m
Accom ni I I'.ior. truna leave Ro-k Ii'and at
(1:00a. -a. and -i p. m: arr:ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
ra. and 1 :15 t. m. ..eave Peiuia K:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arr.--e 'tock I-luhil 4:0.'; p. m and 1 :15
Ail trasn r n di'lv exre.it Sundaj.
AllpiKi- ,'c-Tiv.iu arrive ant depart Union
Fr.'e C. i itr - i oil Fw Eip-e" l.-twect, rtock
Ilond an 1 "V-ina. boil dlrer.ion.
Ttirou--.i liciot to l: d tint ; h'A.':u(e ejected
nroa'h to ae .inatlnn.
Lf. Rocs l-lajd 9. loam l.rto pm
Arr. Reran di 10 ai am 5.0B pm
" ab- ... 11.00 tm 5.40 pro
Lv. Ci,e (1.2" am 11.50 nm
Ar. Kruo I j 7.il am 1.45 pm
Hic'i Inland I 7. 55 am 8.00 pm
H B. 8UDLOW, . TWKHOVHB
S-ioertniendent i i." Tkt. Aee t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Rock Island is foremost in
tlopthi"- any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
js thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, ma-rnilicent dininp;
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
faithful and -capable management
nd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
fire a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
cgular trains to Englewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
ouble by getting off at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oflicc in "the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'I Tkt. & Tass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Johx. Gen'I Mgr. Chicago 111
The next moaning feel bright and
NEW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doetor sets it acta gently on the atomaeh,
liver and kldnevs. and in . pleasant laxative. This
drink is made from herb, and u prepared for use
as easily as tea. It Is call d
Ail druceirti-i pell it at -Vn . and 1 a parkiupe. If yoo
cannot ifft it. s-ptid vour a Wress for a frw wimple,
lanr'n Family Mrrfirinr mnrfu ihr bowelfs
each day. Jn order to b tjptilthy this is niN'esfiarr
AUdrew UKATOK k VO UWARl, I-E 1UY. i.V
PR0FESSI0IS AL CARDS.
12. FARM ENTER, -ITTORXEY
AT LW--Office in Mitchell
i Lynae a new block
JACKSON fc HURST,
ATTORStYS Al' LAW-:flic - in , ,k I-bind
National Dank huiitii it:, Ki c latid. 111.
B. D. SWEE ET. C. Jj. WiLK' R.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND. Ot'ELLORS AT LAW
office in Be-itf.-t.-n's n ock. Hoik Island 111.
C. J. SEAHI.E. g. w SEAKLV:.
SEARLE c SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
So'icitor- in Chincery; office Buford';
block, Kock lUud
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW -Loan money on good
secnrl y. make co lections. Referei re,
Mitchell Jt Lvnde, tankers. Office in Postofflce
S. W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port By.ot..
and unruly .i.- past two years with the nri o
B owniiii: a Kmrifcen at M iline, ha new oi nert
a i office in ni nditoriam boiidli g, room 5, at
II. M. rEARCE.
itoom V. i ' tct.ell A I ynde's tiew block
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
tenth exitxcted wl'.honi pim by the it
" o 17 6 er..nd aveuni'. .ver Krell t W.v.fcV
Drs. Bickel &S3hoemaker,
M.uhel1 A. Lynde's Block. Roooia W ni
Kpward L. Habmati. Clark n. BurouD
HAM MA FT & BUFORD.
AKrniTECrs, Rock IsU id. Ill Ofnce-Uoom
41, Mitchell & Lynde b uldinR.
OEO. P. STAlfDUHAR
Plans and suticru.tendei ee for all cla u
f.. nit 53 and 55, Vlitrhi-ii .t Lynd- i.n.'.dmV
TARE EI.tVAf H
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 13 a. a., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P.M. Telephone No. 1209.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Honrs : 10 a. m. to :2 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R, Bollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HC LLOWBUSH
PHTPIOIANS AND 'URGKoNS,
Office 4119 23rd t. Telephone 1PK5
llesidence 711 aist st. ' USB
ornci joi us :
Dr. Bartn Dr, Hollowbnsh
to!'1 a, m. I 10 to 1-2 a.m.
ltolacdTtoBp. m. i to 5 and 7 to e p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. f U3EINSON
EYE, K AR, NO-E
'ftli e Mc 'nlloui;h Huiidi ig, m W. 3d St.
HAVENPOHT, I A.
clours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 n o.
I. P. Myb VI. D. Uao. W. Wheslbr, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & "WHEELER,
aotl Uiaara or Wumen
Office over Krell & Math's . Telephone 1 148.
I DR. WBBELER.
8 t 10 a. m.
1 to 12 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m I 1 1 3 and 7 to 9 p, m
Kes. telenhonn l. K -. u-iei.hone. line.
W A DARLING,
Mitchell &Lyndc Block,
Intano Persons RMtorp,
Di .KLINE'S GREAT
rBRATl tt NRRVH DlSFASBS Only--
IrffALLiflLK it lkcn ms c rect-'ii. A' i 'ts fter
firstd'iy'i ttif. Treitii,- : 1 3 tml .tt.e free to
hit ptint. tH-y pivtnT eT- es h.iri'rson lv when
,vH, S-rd r ip.. i o a-i lei.'.- t lTs rf
r'' l('Nl'(. Tf.K1J iL.--.ir - !i St.. I hn.,,1. .!:ia Pi
COAL TAIl PI10DUCTS.
flEMEDIES THAT HAVE BECOME FA
t'nring the Past Ten Years Many "ctr
l)rat Have lteen Bronglit Into Service
For Diseases and Complaints WliicU,
Though Common, Were Hard to Treat.
Only a few years ago coal tar was
looked upon as a "waste product." At
the present day, however, it is no longer
treated as such, for through the almost
ceaseless activity of the German chem
ists enough new remedies have already
been obtained from coal tar to fill a good
Abont the first one of these products
to attract any considerable attention was
antipyrine, which made its appearance
some 10 years ago and became popular
ly known tturing the epidemic of la
grippe of several years ago. This was
soon followed by nntifebrm, which, al
though it had a new name, was an older
drug than antipyrine, having been
known for several years as acetanilid, a
name d rived from the substances from
which it was made. It is prepared by
the action of acetic acid on aniline oil. "
The acetanilid is now used by many
doctors in preference to antipyrine. The
principal features in its favor are small
ness of dose, l-ss danger of a depressing
efTeet 011 the heart and cheapness. The
price of acetanilid is hardly one-tenth
that of antipyrine.
Phenacetine is another drug of this
class which has met with much success
and apparently deservedly so. It has
been used with excellent results in the
treatment of influenza, the hyperesthe
sia or soreness of la grippe and rheuma
tism, both muscular and articular.
The drug is often combined with salol
and quinine in the treatment of the above
mentioned affections, and the results re
ported are invariably of a very satisfac
One of the most interesting of the coal
tar derivatives is saccharin, a substance
that is 2S0 times sweeter than sugar. The
medicinal properties of this drug are an
tiseptic and sweetening. As a substi
tute for sugar it is used in the dietary
of gout, diabetes and all diseases in
which saccharine foods ere contraindi
cated. It has also been used to disguise
the taste of medicines for children. To
give one an idea of the sweetening power
of saccharin it is only necessary to say
that one grain of the drug will sweeten
an ordinary cup of coffee. If sugar were
used at least a half ounce or a table
spoonful, would be necessury.
In the treatment of mental disease snl
phonal is considered a very valuable
agent. The drug could hardly have
achieved success had it been introduced
nnder its chemical name, which contains
just two letters more than the entire al
is the "jawbreaker"' by which it is known
The value of sulphonal as a hypnotic
seems to be pretty well established. It
has been nsed with marked success in
the treatment of sleeplessness caused by
fatigue and worry. It is also said to be
of equal service iu cases of acnte mania,
imliecility, melancholia, dementia, epi
lepsy, hallucinations and acute alcohul-
ism. Une observer stated that m every
case treated "the slumlier was accom
panied by no disturbances of circulation
or respiration and lasted from two to
five hours or longer." From 15 to SO
grains are usually given as a dose. Even
in very large do?es the digestive func
tions are not disordered, and there are no
disagreeable af t r effects beyond a slight
drowsiness and a feeling of hissitude the
In combination with hyoscine hydro
bromate, sulphouul is said to form a very
good treatment for the insomnia and
restlessness of opium habitues. When a
coal tar product is introduced, it can al
most be taken for granted that one of the
four medicinal properties is claimed for
it. The four properties are antipyretic,
analgesic, antiseptic and hypnotic.
Trional, which hails from Elberfeld,
Germany, is brought forward as a candi
date for therapeutic favor. It possesses
the last named property. Brie of Bonn
has found trional of value in treating in
somnia or hysteria and neurasthenia in
cases of great obstinacy and which had
failed to respond to any other treatment.
In maniacal excitement and paralytic
mania, he reports excellent results in 90
per cent of the cases treated.
Salophen, although not distinctly .1
"coal tar derivative," is partly 60, as one
of its component parts, carbolic acid, is
derived from coal tar. It is said to le a
valuable remedy in the treatment of ar
ticular rheumatism. The dose is from
15 to 20 grains three or four times a day.
The very latest in the long line of coal
tar products is gallanoL It is prepared
by boiling tannin with aniline. It is in
troduced as a substitute for pyrogallic
acid, having the advantage of being non
toxic and nonirritant. In the treatment
of skin affections it has been used with
Cazenenve, the introducer of the drug,
reports great success in treating psoria
sis by painting the spots with gallanol
suspended in chloroform and covering
them with a solution of gutta purcha in
chloroform, called traumaticin. New
Choice Woods on the Farm.
There is money in the choice woods of
the farm. A letter from a prominent
New Jersey tool manufacturer offers 30
per 1,000 for beech seasoned one year and
$50 for apple wood. Birch, maple, cher
ry, elm and hickory also sell for much
more than they are worth at the wood
pile. The wood must be sawed in some
shape and can be sold in a great many
directions, principally for making plane
and other tool handles. Detroit House
hold. A Scathing Rebuke.
Visitor (in editorial sanctum, with ele
vated nose) It strikes me the condition
of that towel is not just what it should
Editor (loftily) Sir, to the pure all
things are pure. Truth.
THE LADY AND THE SERVANT.
The Girl Was Comlortable and Didn't
Want to Change.
"Will you tell me, sir, what to do
with my servant0"' asked a lady who
step; ed into the witness-box of a Lon
don police court ".Make her serve
you," said the magistrate. "Hut she
won't," was the reply; "she won't
answer the door-ball, and, in fact,
she won't do anv work at all. The
only thing sh3 will do is to remain in
bed all day. When I say to her 'Get
vip, Mary Jane,' she replies: "Deed,
mum, I'm very comfortable where I
am. I like to keep a good place when
I'm in it," or she won't answer me at
all. I have discharged her, but she
won't go, and she won't even get up
to dress herself."
"Have yon paid her her wages?"
asked tiie magistrate. "Every penny,
sir." "Where is she now?" "In bed,
sir." "If that be so," added his wor
ship, "she is an intruder and, can be
turned out as such." "But I can't
turn her out in her chemise, and she
won't dress herself." "That," the
magistrate admitted, "was an awk
ward circumstance, but," he added as
a happy thought, "you can engage
sonic strong woman to dress the girl,
and thi'n you can turn her out."
The lady thanked his honor for his
suggestion and hurried off to carry it
into effect. If it does not answer a
strong man should be hired to assist
the strong woman to carry the bed,
and Mary Jane on it to the nearest
An Improved Form Which Has Been
Successful In London.
The jarrah and karri, two hard
woods native to Australia, are being;
largely used for paving carriageways
in England, and especially in London,
wh?re the heavy t:lic is most trying
tothelastingqna ilies of pavements.
The whoie breadlh of the road is first
covered with a layer of cement con
crete instead of sand, six inches deep
and arched to the necessary convexity.
On the top of this the wooded blocks
are laid. The slippetiness after show
ers which the hardness of the wood
entails is rcme.Hcd by a sprinkling of
sand, and in dry weather the horse
shod with a flat shoe linis as good
footing as on other pavcnents.
These Australian woods are found to
last at least four times as long as the
wood heretofore used. The first cost
of paving a street with these blocks in
Melbourne ranges from S2. lf per
squareyard for karri to 52. 40 for jar
rah, which does not include the con
crete or the cost of excavation, laying
andronting. If transportation were
cheap enough the same pavements
could lie laid down in this country for
not much more m-jnsy and it is sug
gested that m ist of the vessels taking
American products to Australia would
be glad to get cargoes of karri or jar
rah to bring back and would probably
be willing to do it at a low rate.
Terrible Treatment of I risonera on the
Island of Onar.
The Vl:-divostocV:. published in the
Russl. a Pacific sell i . tnent of that
nam", gives a ti-ri'ibie account of the
treat :tent of R". oi:n convicts on the
island of O'nira. The investigation
recently made i 'o t':3 eh .rgvs of
gross an t barbarous era vty preferred
against a certain ivhan"'". chief labcr
overseer if the penal i-iand, has re
sulted in that rfli -ial's suspension
and arrest. This KhanotT, who was
himself originally sent out as
a deported coavict perpe
trated such intolerable tortures
upon the unfortunate convicts under
his charge that twenty mutilated
themselves ia a dreadful manner in
order to free themselves from the
labor yoke of this official miscreant.
A much larger number made their
escape into the Taiga, where they suf
fered indescribable misery from hun
ger and sickness. A recaptured refu
gee from the Taiga had in his posses
sion some pices of human flesh, and
his confession that the escaped prison
ers murdered and ate the physically
weaker of their companions has, it is
stated, been confirmed by subsequent
Swords Owned by the City of London.
There are four swords belonging to
the city of London. 1. The sword of
state, borne before the lord mayor as
the emblem of his civic authority.
This is the sword which used to be
surrendered to the sovereign at Tem
ple I?ar and when she came within the
precincts of the corporation. 2. The
pearl sword, from the nature of its
ornaments, which is carried before
the lord mayor on all occasions of cer
emony or festivity. 3. This is a sword
placed at the central criminal court
above the lord mayor's chair, i. A
black sword to be used in Lent on
days of public fasts and on the death
of any of the royal family.
The island of Madagascar has two
distinct climates, two classes of na
tives, and two classes of fauna and
flora. The island is about the size of
France. Along the coa&t it is tropical
and malarious, and the natives are
darker and larger than in the interior.
The interior is a high table-land, and
mountainous. There the climate is
cooler and the natives smaller and
lighter in color than on the coast But
in the interior they are more intelli
gent, and they rule the island.
Is Lightning Caused by Itfiiu?
It is properly supposed that the sud
den downpour which usually follows
a bright Hash of lightning is in some
way caused by the flush. Meteo-o le
gists have proven that this is not the
case, and that, exactly to the con
trary, it is not only possible but high
ly probable that the sudJen increased
precipitation is the real cause of the
A Million Frier ds
A friend in need is a friend indeed,
and not less than one million people
have ion lid just such a friend in Dr
Kinjr's New Discovery for consump
tion, cotijrhs and colds. If you have
never used this jjTeat coii;li med
cine, one trial will convince you that
it has wonderful curative powers in
all diseases of throat, chest and
lunirs. Each bottle is "-uarauteed to
do all that is claimed or money will
be refunded. Trial bottles at Hartz
& Ullemever's driir store. Larire
bottles oV and $1.
Y e desire to sav to our citizens
that for rears we have been sellinr
Dr. Kind's New Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. Kind's New Life pills,
Biicklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as veil, or that have
jriven such universal satisfaction.
We do not hesitate to guarantee tlieni
every time, and we stand ready to
refund the purchaser's price, if satis-
factory results in not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
Ilartz ci Ulleniever. druggists.
BPCKLKN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tion., and posi ivelv cures piles or
ni) pay required. It is iiaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
Sticks In Mercantile Lire.
Many young men choose a mercantile
position for the present only without
thought or intention of making it a per
manent business. The result is that of
tentimes we find these men at 30 years
receiving no more pay than they did
when only 13.
There is an army of this class of yonng
men behind counters today. They are
an aimless, pitiable class. They stand
listlessly in their departments and are as
unobservant of what's going on arund
them as are the inanimate figures which
one sets at the entrance of clothing estab
lishments. Many of them let slip grand opportu
nities of becoming great business factors
in the commercial world and have
doomed themstlves to the treadmill of
common drudgery. Singleness of pur
pose implies self reliance, without which
a young business man is not thoroughly
furnished for a successful business career.
Dry Goods Economist.
To? Lat' .
rt rhnps T r.r.j'on h9 written M-.:h:ii which
appe: 1 to the hear s of ail who read his poerat
more than the lyric of "Teo Late."' The burden
of the pad refrain comes home w.th tel'iiiK force
to the hearts of those who h:ivc lost friends by
that dread dist ase-consattptioQ. They rvaiiz?.
too I.-.te,"' the result of tieglect. They feel that
he near one mi-.t have been ssved if they had
2ee:ed th ; warning of the hacking ciinirh, the
nllitclie.-k.and weakening system. They feel
his aU the more keenly because thev see o'bera
bein rescued from the grasp of the destroyer.
and they think what is saving others mig'at have
:ive.I t!:e;r loved tie When the first signal of
iiaiunr is seen, take sicp to avert the cjtastro
e. K- wise in time. Dr. Tierce's (io'.dtn Mcd
i! His livery will drhe sway csnsunmtion . l o
nut wa t until t.ni late Infoie nn:tii g i:s wonder-
ul Ri.-acy to the test. It succeeds where other
e:in dies fail
! :i v.i: .y a:, sick, m ,,,-r fasroria
'":i-. -i v as a f ;.;:.'.. , ciM for t'.i-.Toria.
Y.'hi-i !. l,-,-.i::!. V.Ks.iie cl-i:i f t'.i.-a.iria.
vVhcii sh'i l.aJ C'l ildrea, she gavptUetn Castor '.a
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine movps the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chi,cV"eri Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cou-b
Childrei Cry for
II " aim
if tmnhtnl w(thrnn..i.l
r ............. p. i nimiuwKl
fir anv tmitittiiro r1iiihamL..i.i
your drntnist f-.ir a lint'i'. r.4
Bii 'J. It cures in a few dVi
wct;.ii.t thi nid or mi!.:ii liv nf .
.Iiiet-.ir. Non-p-iinoiis and
ir'nimnfc"! not to MHetnre.
IA i n.icr.TOl Amrrc . "urt.
Th Etms ChMEk-fi! C .l
V CINCINNATI. O. AT 1
Estate of JoscprTw;,,-, r M
The undersigned haviuir be..,, '"'
ciitrix of the last will i.,i , ". a;i
Win'cr, late of the count. ,,f ,j "V of .i
of Illinois, deceased, herelfv 1 " k ''Um
will appear before the c..umv r,,'.;'.,';0."J' ' .
. ........ , n. . ..v mui r in me . " J.
the city of Rock Island, at thei'r, i J '-"
the first Mondayin lieceinlll.r , ' ''' ft.-a"
all riersons having riin. : x-- wi...
notified and requested to att. n.i f .
of bavins the same adjnte,i" hi P'-t
debtedtosaidestite are ren,l;. -,!'
mediate ttavment to th ... ,.i ' 'o t ,.. -
mediate payment to the un li rj
By virtue of a specitl ex cu' . n
3-'S issued out of the clerk's of',
court of Hock Island county n ,j
and to me directed, whereb'r I ani
make the amount of a certain n
obtained auainet Kli Hi un-,1,,' :
Montpelier Tile company, om ,1'
mcnts, poods and chattel of tn.
Kli itrnusen. I have !.. .i
property, to-wil : Lot two . J i '-, 'M'-" ,
of section nnnilie-thirty. iw, i , . .
ber seventeen (17) live iV w,Ht ,
principal meridian. A:i i,,. 0
quarnr t !4) of section thir y i 1
tevei.teen n7nve t5it.; t .
princ'pitl meridian and s..irbw. .'
1 1 I of southeast iiiihuit . 1 . : ... ..
(::G) township seviimen (i;, j
lourin principal meridian, in u i ,
hundred ntul eh'hr i nisi , .
utteii in the county of K-wk I- on
Therefore, according tosiul c..rr,'n
pose forsaleat uublic auction i
Anil !nr'rat of thn . . . '
. -- liftnii i:
in and to the above described pro-,.
uay, tue ,in cay or October, l-'i'i
m.. at the north door of o... '1
eitvor Rnrk 11 ant in th - . .""' it
and state of Illinois, fur cash iu h':ir.ii '
sain eiecuiiiins ami lee mils.
Dated at Hock Island this l'.'h.i ,-
bcr, A. D.lsvj. - '-' -
Sheriff of Kock IslanVL-oun'yj'' '
OF liKAL KsTATK.
Bv virtue of an order and decree of -w ...
court, of KOik Island conctv. state of r '
made on the petition f the 'unil. rv.-iir,! i." "'
Innn-ton. attministrator of th. ... .
R.ifaiie Hartnrire , deceased, for . .. ."c
luca-sirp Dt'iii sam otecastil lit thi
term, A. D. Is, of said co in, to-n i;
iin the Sth dav of Ancia-!. a d r
on the :h day f September r v . tir , ,
ho irs of lilo'c'ioe't in the foren,.,, i -
in the arr.-miMin of vmiiI H.t- c.ii ... ... ' '".s
at the north door of the coiirt hou.
of Hick I-land. in said county :iif
descrltied as fojiows. to-wit:
The noith twenty ( J;l acres of th- w, ...v, , ,
he a,-half. f section narnb, r :. ., i';"wn
hip sev. r.t ei. ( 17i. nortti ran -, im ,
ot tne rour n iirincipal mem:
thernfriim t'.ie foliowitij: de-tri.-c
.a f V'.
it: oeuiniuni: at a Mn?it on t
fort-two (Aii ennms and fii!v,
south of the s ui:h-west conn r of
quarter otsaid sect:on nne. c.o
thence south sixty three iftii di
(4o) ininiites fn (s ti decrees . 1
n i-1 ;
nams and twentv-f ur Ihik-. i t.,.,.
thence south liifty two decrees ar.d :i: v fi,
tes eas- (s 54d '.'rec-i f miuutt i i ;', c.i
and rift.-i.ine link- ((M-oti m leh U v.: .r'
to the east line of saitt west-ha f of :!.,. ".....'
of said section nine. co:ita:ni: ir !i. -. , -
line and Kock Rivereinht iiud lueiiiv . .
dredths tS aore more or l.-. - t .;-.
the connty of hock Island, slate of I r,
the following terms, n inieh ; t a-h .low .'
lis-cry of deeit.
Dated this Sth day of August, A. h . 1- !
JAM KS H -li ill vT. iv
Adminis rator of the Estate of Rosa; e lUrtJ
Represents, amou? otbor time-Tie! ani -r.-.i
known Fire Insurance Companies, the f.Oi i ;:
Poyal Insurance Company, of Eni-i.iivl
eschester F.re lus. Company, of N v.
liuffalo German Ins. C nipiuiy. Bi.ffalo. N". Y.
Hochester German Ins. Co., hochi -ter. S V.
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Pittsburg Pa.
sun Fire Ottice, Ixmdon.
I nion Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. ew Haven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwattw:.
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pecria. II!.
Office Cor. 18lh St. and 'd Ave.
Kock Islam. Ill
"THE OLD RELIABLE,"
HAYES A CLEAVELAND
Uei reeenlir e over 40 Million fbil'tirs
of Cast) assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room 81, Mitchell & Lynde's b txt
Hock Island, Ills.
tSrSBecure unr rales; they will interest you.
J M BUFORD.
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rate as low as any reliable company can afford
Yout Patronatce ia solicited.
Cor. Micluaan Ave and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOKOU5H INSTRUCTION. CHEAP QOAHOING.
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