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THE ARGUS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, J e'J3.
THE TRAVELERS' MUIDE.
CH1CAUO, BOCK ISLAND PA TIC WAIL
way Depot corm-i fifth avenue and Thirty
ftnt street. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
Uoocctl Bioll- Miuueso '
U Day Express
KansaeCity Day Bxprasa...
Washington Express ....
Omaha and Denver Vesti- I
btrie Exnress (
T Worth.D-nver & tnCIt?
Btnart-Rock Island Express
ft Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and hi. Joe
rM fines, Omaha Jt Ln-I
' 3:19 pm
7 :5 pm
! :) am
, 8:35 pm
S:40 am 10 30 pm
DUy. tGingcast. t'o'n wett.
F. H.ri.VKMER, Agt.
L.M, Am in. Hen. Agt. Pass, Dept. Uavcnport
trKUNTO K lUTS-C. B. Sf. KAI t
war -Dspoi rl' avenue and 8ixtenth st
IA.J. Young, ajtent.
at. Loal- lures ...
. toni Bxpreri ...
a 45 an ":'ih pm
' t -45 pro I : n
.. 7 0" pir.; 7 55 an
:Mi pm! 10:45 am
7:55 ami 6 :50 pm
.. !:so ami 5:i5 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAI L RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
to Twentieth street, between First and Second
BTvnse. B. D. W. Uolmes. ascent.
1 0 1 "in
Mail and Bxprese
ft. Paul Kipr-ss
Ft. .nmodation ,
4 411 urn
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First a vena and Twentieth atreet F.
a. Rockwell, Agent.
"8 :05 am 7 :PB pm
2 :S0pm 1:25 pm
9:10am 3 0) pm
4:00 pm B:ti am
Faat Mall Express:....
BCRLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot f.iot of Brady street, Dav
enport. J.E.Hannee-in, Gen.T'k't Jt Pass Auent
.. M:55 pm MO 45am
. j bS 00 amlbll;15 pm
Leave Wert Davenport.
Weat Liberty Trains
; tNorth. ;S nth.
. .. i b7:f in bl0:ipm
... al0:3i pm , a4 50a ji
. . . j a6 45 am :
. 1 M :15 pm I b8:Wam
... b9:l5 m I bl :15pm
..." !bll :50am
Daily. hD.illv except Sund iy. doing north.
Going South and east
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TRB
East, South ad Southeast.
i Faat M'l.
S :S0 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Camftridve . . ,
GnlTa ... ...
9 ::in am
...'11 :15 am
,, 3:40 pm'
: 4'OC pm1
.' 3:N) pmj
. 6:55 pm
13 -06 n't
uT. reona ...
Ar. Kork liir.'1
10:10 am 3:50pm
i 1 :5 pm 7 :05 pm
Aecvmiodiitior. 'raina leave Rock Island at
3:00a. ra. and 6.30 p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
n. ar.d 1 :15 t. m. Leave PeoJia 8:00 a. m. and
7 :1." p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:85
AH trains r in da'W ex"et Snndsj.
All p-sse iirer tralm arrive and dispart Cnton
Friie Cuir c ion Fast Express bntween Rock
TalonJ and "eoria, both directions.
rcmrri tioltot to all points ; basfae cnecked
hroah to destination.
Lv. li-y.i island H.li) am 4.00 pm
Arr. Remolds 10.30 am 5.06 pm
' Cale U.OOam 6.40 pm
Lv. Canle 0.2. i am 18.50 pm
Ar. ltuvnold 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Bock Island I 7.65 am1 3.00 pm
H. B. SUDLOW. A. TOCKHOU8B
Saoerintendenl. d u'l Tkt. Acei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KA.ST.
Eo. 2.aiug Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
rfdoptinsr any advantage calculated
to improve speed and five that lux
nry, safety and comfort, that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
: thoroup-hly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
oars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
"na polite, honest service Irorn em
ployes are important items. They
sre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground
!he Great Rock Island Route runs all
egnlar trains to Englewood subur
un station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and vou can save time and
.rouble by getting off at that point
viid avoid tuc crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ofhee in the United Mates
Canada or Mexico, or address:
fm1! Tkt. & Tass. Acrt., Chicago, 111
E. St John, (ion'l Msr. Chicago 111
T Cnlri Cmivhs. ftnrs Throat. Cronn. Tnfla.
ema. Whoorinr Coayh, Broncbitia and Aithma.
A certain cure for Consumption in flrit atages,
and a sure relief in advane -a stages. Use at ones.
Ton will aes the excellent effect after taking the
Brat dose. Bold by dealers everywhere. Largs
bottles 60 cents and $1.00.
ATTORNEY AT L 4 W Office in Mitchell
Lynae's new block
JACKSON t: HURST.
ATTORNEYS A V LW Offlci in i ck Island
National Bank bullui: e, Kocs Islaud, 111.
r. D. 8WEE' ET. C. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
I TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS ATLAW
V Otlice in Bcngton's blK-k, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. SKAULE. 8. W. 8IARLE.
SEARLE Hi. SEARLE.
1 TTORNEYS A D COl" SELLORS AT LAW
V and Solicitor-" in Chaicerv: oOlce Buford's
block. Rock Island .
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW- Loan money on good
security, make collections. Reference.
Mitchell fc Lynde, hankers. Office in Postofflcc
S- W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Firmerlyof Port Byron,
and atinut: ne uast twe veara with the firm nf
B own ink.- A tmriken at Molina, has now opened
m office in til .ndltoriam buiidlrg. room 5, at
11. M. TEARCE.
doom :i ii. Mitchell St Lynae's new block
DK. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
feetr. extracted wit), out puin by the ue
-o 1716 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Sohoemaker,
U:tcnel & Lynde's Block. Rooms 2a -81
(Take El. vator)
Edward L. Baxxati. , Clark H. Bupord.
HA VI MATT & BUFORD.
ARCniTECr.S, Rock Isb.nd, 111. Offlce-Room
41, .Mitchell i Lynde I uilding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plans and superintend! nco for all class rv
HiMms 53 and 55, Mitchell .z Lynde huildinc
DR. "W. "W. ADAMS,
Physician ani Surgeon.
Spacial 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. 1309.
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 Thir: Ave
Telephone 1270. Bock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J, R. nollowbusu, M, D, Geo. E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Dhysioianb and Hurgrcns,
A Office KI!Slrd t. Telephone 1B5
Residence TSlSlst s:. use
opc j. iurb :
Ur. Barth ' i Iir, Elollowhush
9 to 1" a, m. I 10 to la a. m,
1 to acd 7 to8 p.m. I i to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROELNSON
EYE, RAIL, NO-E
'Ifice McCullough Bull ling, 144 W. 3d 8t.
tloiirs: t to 11 am: 1 to 4 um.
I. F. Mv M. D. Gbc. W. Wbbklbb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
tori-ry and Dineirteia of Wenaen
Office over Ercll & Math's. Telephone 1148.
orncK b ICRs :
DB. MYERS. DR. WnKELER.
I ) to VI a. m. , H to ID a. m.
2 to 5 ami 7 to p. m.
I 1 to 8 and 7 to D p. m
I Kea. telephone. 1190.
Mitchell & Lvnde Block,
Take El ;vator.
Insane Persons Restarts
Dr.KLINE S GREAT
cttont, h'ttSt fpiJ'psy, tc
A dire-td. A- Ptls fit
s and $2 trM hottl; (recti
eiressi"h.'r ;ri,on ' whrti
A"b St..'hiU le-lphia.P.
for aZBRAlN & Nrt
.. J J . . ' Tj'
1NPALL1B1.R if taken i
cnt d.jy't m re. TrClti,
Fit ienn. thev paving
rr- ?ive.. Sfn! nwt, ,
-. U rtrrf ir IlK.KLINIi..
tr '.si HHH'tUrf. (.
NOT THE MOVING KIND.
Tom Edwards, a Ceorgjla Free Citizen,
and HI Home.
Bishop Atticus G. Haygood. writing;
from Oxford, Ga., tells a little story,
which points a moral He writes1.
"Tom Edwards lives within three
miles of Oxford. Years ag-o I knew
him as a careful, thrifty citizen.
While president of Emory college I
bought from him chickens, eggs, but
ter, honey and fruits in their season,
nis start was humble, but he was dili
gent and patient and also had fore
Right. "Yesterday my family had a little
picnic on his place. He has twenty
acres, most of it light gray land.
There is some creek bottoms. He
raises sorai cotton enough to buy what
he and his family must have that they
can't raise. Whatever people or stock
need to eat Tom Edwards raises at
home. I saw fruit trees, well kept; a
beautiful vineyard of an aero or more
and full of grapes; along a ditch a row
of Jig trees; a long, low shelter, for
many colonies of bees; good barns in
good shape; at pretty herd of grade
Jerseys, fat and sleek, and grass in
the meadows to keep them; well
stocked fish ponds, from which they
catch fish for the table. Chickens
thrive under tbe'i care. Sugar and
cane he can't raise, else he would do
it. How peaceful that home! How
free from care they seemed to.be! It
was restful to look at them and talk
to them. Such men do not want to go
away. Such men are not seared
out of sleep by the story of broken
banks 'lhey are an honor to our
state. They are its mainstay. To
Tom Edwards, free citizen, I raise my
A OIRL'S TRANCE.
Cnrloas Case nt Cita rpy In the County
A remarkable case of catalepsy, of
which a youn? womin of about 19
years of age is tha subject, is reported.
In a lonelj glen in the County Cavan,
a widow name I Mrs. Anne Kavanagh
and her only .laughter live. They are
of the very poorest degree, and their
abode is a nrs Table cabin. The
daughter can hirdlybe said to live,
for since last New Year's .lay sha has
been lying spj .-ch'.css and lethargic,
like ono more dead than alive The
girl is described as being c msumpti. e,
although previous to the first of .lanu
uary she was in good health, a v.vll
built and handsome young w.vnan.
Two of her brothers died of consump
tion Her present seizv.re, it is stated, was
ushered in by p.M.onged h'.-s erieal
fits, c omraniod bv delusion . On
New Year's day she stilfe le I i iti a
trance, which, with slight vari.l. -ns,
has lasted up to the pivse it i'n a:rli
rigi-1. s icechlcs. and (save for the
respiration) m.itinaless an:l .ortise
like, she was able in th.; earlier weeks
to stir a finger or twitch h?r evelids
when spoken to. Th -n the lethargy
deepened into a state of abso ute im
mobility lasting s.x weeks, during
which not a morsel of food passed her
lips. Durinsr th- e i-lier and later re
missions of th' st.iior it his been
found possible to giv.' her some little
nourishment in a liquid form.
Transpluiitril Frog's kin.
A curious operation, says the Hos
pital, has been reported to the I'rMich
Ophthalmological society. A boy of
13, after an injury to his eyelid, had
it so severely contracted that he
could no longer close his eye. Ac
cordingly an incision was made in tbe
eyit'id p'.iJ tiny fragments of frog's
skin were inserted in a kind of
chequer worn. It adhered perfectly,
and the wound was completely healed
over. After about ' five months the
eyelid recovered its pover of move
ment. A tiny transverse line across
the lid is the only bigri visible of the
fragments borrowed from the frog.
Mathematical Combination Wonders.
If you want to know to what mazy
depths mathematics can take you just
begin to figure on combinations and
keep it up industriously for an hour or
two. One of the most wonderful ex
amples in this line, pernaps, is that
relating to the Tario'us combinations
In dominoes. Dr. llein, a Frankfort,
Germany, mathematician of inter
national reputation, has calculated
that two persons playing the game
ten hours a day, and making four
moves a minute, could continue 118,
000,000 years without exhausting all
the combinations of the game, a total
of which is 2 18,58,21 1.S40!
Stoppinj; a Run.
The financial panic recalls the story
of how the cashier of a bank in an
iron-mill town stopped a run. lie sent
the janitor with a bushel of silver dol
lars into a rear-room where there was
a stove, with instructions to "heat
those silver dollars red hot." They
were heated, and in that condition he
handed them out with a coin-scoop.
The depositors first grabbed the coin,
then kicked. "But you'll have to take
them that way," said the cashier. "We
are turning them out as fast as we
can melt and mold them, and if you
won't wait until they cool, you'll have
to take them hot." That settled it.
The run was stopped.
"Stebbins." The Stebbins family is
classic name. Its
It is not now a
owners wear itig-
norantly. The more the shame for
them. It is by right a classic name
borne as it was by the first Christian
martyr St. Steven, sometimes
Bpelled Stephen. Steven is the Duteh
way of spelling it Spell it in Span
ish Esteban. Drop the initial Bilent
e and then you have Steban. Among
the ignorant the step to Stebbins is
very short. And the honorable name
of St. Steven takes on degradation,
even as the fine old Norman-French
name D'Aubaine becomes the homely
Boy Pardoned a
Governor Hoffman of Xew York, de
lighted to tell an amusing incident
which occurred during his term of
office. A bill was passed regulating
the size of apple barrels, which was of
so trivial a character that the governor
vetoed it. In the following summer j
an old farmer from the Mohawk Val- j
ley came into the executive chamber i
and producing a letter of introduction
"Governor, I've come to ask yougto j
pardon my son out of state's prison, j
He's been there goin' on two year and
his time'll be up in about two months.
Harvest is comin' on in two or three
weeks, governor, and I kind o' thought
I should like to have him up to the
farm; he'd be quite handy. Don't you
think you could do it?"
"There was something about him,"
said the governor, "that impressed me
that he was a good old fellow, and I
told him I would pardon his boy."
The old man beamed with delight
and rose to take his departure.
"I thank you. governor," he said,
"for pardonin' him now, because hands
are scarce; and on behalf of my neigh
bors I thank you for vetoin' the apple
A Million Fri-i ds
j 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, 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 Hartz
& Ullemeycr's drug store. Large
bottles 50c and $1.
We desire to say to our citizens
that for years we have been selling
Dr. King's Xew Discovery for con
sumption. Dr. King's New Life pills,
liucklin's Arnica salve, and Electric
bitters, and have never handled rem
edies that sell as veil, or that 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
factory results do not follow their
use. These remedies have won their
great popularity on their merits.
Hartz it Ullemevcr. druggists.
Bl'CKLKS S AKNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup,
tions, and posi .ively cures piles or
nt; pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ulleniever
I-xplodrd Traditions at Old Yale.
Both South college and the Athentrnm
have their now blasted traditions. At
to the former, it has been alleged in New
Haven and at least one prominent ar
chaeologist has indorsed the story that
about the time the college was built
there was a mysterious hiatus of grave
stones in the old cemetery on the New
Haven green. The tradition then averred
that these stones had lieen built into the
fireplaces of South college, where they
would be found when the structure was
pulled down. Here was the fine hint f..'i
a college ghost story, based on a spectral
apparition of the all'ronted owner of one
of the stones, but, if ever ieunel, it is
outlawed now by the discovery that
every fireplace in Old South was f sim
Then, again. President Stiles' diary
notes the confession ;f a student that he
had stolen the college Bible, dropped it
between the courses of mason work dur
ing the building of the Athenaeum . 1 .:S).
and that there the sacred volume had
been bricked up a myth proved so now
by the fall of the Athenaeum's walls
without the filched Bible's reappearance.
New Haven Cor. New York Post.
Perhaps Tennyson has written nothing which
appeals to the hear B of all who read his poems
more than the lyric of ,-Too Late." The burden
of the sad refrain comes home with teliine force
to the hearts of those who have lost friends by
that dread disc use- consumption. They realize,
"too late," the result of neglect. They frel that
the near one migut have been saved if they had
hctoied tha warning of the hacking couh, the
pallid cheek, and weakening system. They feci
this all the more tcenly because they see other
being rescued from the grasp of the destroyer,
and they think what is saving others might have
saved their loved one. When the first signal of
danger is seen, take steps to avert the catastro
phe. Ec wise in time. Dr. Pierce's tiolden Med
ical Discovery will drie away csnsumption. Vo
not wa t until too late before putting its wonder
ful fllcacy to the test. It succeeds w here o; her
When Baby was sick, we gave urr castoria.
When r-he was a Child, alio cried for Costoria.
When she became 3Iiss, Hhe clung to Castcria.
When aue had Cldldrcn, she gave them Castor ia
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor. a.
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chides. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Chi.dretY Cry for
Be Gat His
SURROUNDED BY MYSTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A rr-ecnt discovery U that headache,
d!.'.!ness, dullness, confusion of the mind,
ctv. aro due to derangement cf t!i3 r.ervo
v::trrs which supply the brain with ncrvo
f.irce; that i:i3it;cst Ion, dyspepsia, neuralgia,
v. lad ia stoma:-!), ct, arise from thederunf-c-rnent
t.f tbe nerve ceriicrssupplylns tLco or
pr.p i wit h nerve f.uldorforeo. This fs likwi-o
1 f.'e of many diseases of tho heart nnii lt:nir.
T:.o iervc system Isliko a loievrriiph system,
its -will be seen by tho accompany i'i
.in. i no jit i io
v. Lite lines aro
the nerves which
eo-ivey the nerv
1 r o from tho
i ervo centers to
! y part cf tho
I ndv, it. as the
ch c. ric current Is
t Ii o telesranlt
wires to every
station, large or
physicians fail to
retrard this fact;
instead of treat.
iti'i 1 lie nerve cen
ters for thecnuso
of the disorders
r :'N!ii2 therefrom
thev treat the
51. D., LL.B.,tho
b pecialist and
otudent of nervous diseases, and authnr
of many noted treatises on the latter subject,
l inn since realized tho truth of the first
-tatcment, and Ills Restorative Nervine
ii pi-cparvd on that principle. Its success
ii curing all diseases arising from derance
i at of tlio nervous system Is wonder
f !. as the thousands of unsolicited testimo
nials in i os session of the compauy mauufac-tui-itiL'
the remedy amply prove.
i f. Miles' liestorative Nervine is a reliable
t- 'oriy for all nervous diseases, such as
"he. nervous debility, prostration,
i.i.ssiiess, dizziness hysteria, sexual de
ity, rt. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc It is
...d l y all druggists on a positive guarantee,
. .-sent direct by the Ir. Miles Medical t'o.,
I '.hart, I nd., on receipt, of price, SI per bot
... . six hollies tor 63, express prepaid.
ivestorative Nervine positively contains no
syia.'ia or da'iccroua druts.
gxECDTOB'b M OTIC S
Fstate of Joseph Win'cr, Deceased.
The unrtersifrtie.1 hnvinir been appointed "e
rutrix of ihe last will and testament of Joseph
Winter, late of the con"ty of Hock Island, ..
cf Illinois deceased, h-reby give? notice tha sh
will appear before the ronnty court of Kock Island
comity, at the offl. e of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, at the I'Cccmb.T terra on
the first Mon.tayin "e ember next, at which time
all pernors having cla'ms ai-a nst said estate are
notified aud req-.e.tcd to attend, for the purpose
of bavins the f-ame adjo-ted. All pe-tons in
debted to said est te are requested to make in
mediate payment to the nnde-signed.
Dated thif 13th dav of September. A. P. letSS
MAKIAN SPES. WINTER,
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk'- ofllre. Kork Island, 111., until Mondav,
Oct. lfith, 18S.8, at So"clock p m.. for c nstructing
the impiovcment known s section No. 1, order
ed by an ordinance of the ci!y of K.ck Island. lil
passed. Jem- 7th. lS03.ei.titl.'d "An ordininee for
the improvement of Seventeenth and Niniteenth
streets fmm the south line of Tniril to the North
line of fourth avenue, and of Twenty third street
from the south line of Third to the north 1ms of
tou-ih ave .ue, from the south line i f Fifth ave
nue east along said T entv third street south to
a line 510 feet south of acd parallel with the south
line of N'nth averue " I nrler the alwve ordi
nance, the tad streets are ordered curbtd w ith
curbstones, excavated and graded, improved and
pived with pav!ng brick of good quality.
nans ai u soeciucaiions tor said improvement
on file at the City 'lerk's office.
Al. bids must tie accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of fotKI payable Io the or
rie. of th - tren-urerof saulci.y. which sh ill he-co-
e fo frited t saidc ty incase the bidder shall
tail to i nt . r into co tart Hh approved
sureties io ex cute the work for the plnns
niciitii ncd in hi hi t and according to me plans
mii!P cifii atmns in t!i - ev ;nt that the contrtct
(ha I l.e auarde 1 to him.
'1 he i i y reserves the xiirht to reiect anv or nil
Rock Ishind, I!. Sept. S3, lsnt.
A. D. Hl'r.siNU, City C'.erk.
By vi.tueof i sneci -1 execution and lee hill No
SJS issued oat of the clerk's ofi.ee of the county
court of liick lsiund county, and state of Illinois.
md to me directed, whereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judsment recently
obtained a'-ai ist Eli Brmisen. in favor of the
jtontpcticr 1 He company, o' t of the lands, tene
ment, coorts and chattels of the said defendant.
Kli lirunscn, 1 have levied npon tbe following
property, to-wit . Lot two 2 southeast fourth (41
of section numbc 'hirty-two &i township num-
ner srvenieen u.jnve (Si west vl the fourth
piinc!pal meridian. Also lot two (9) sonthtast
quarter o' section thirty-five (351 township
veiitecii (171 live i51 west of the fourth i'4)
princTiil meridian and southwest one quarter
l-i oi auuineasi o,.inncr ijoi section tntitv-six
( til township seventeen (17) fiive iM west of the
fourth principal meridian, in all containing one
hundred and eight acres, all of wh'ch is sit
uated iii the couuty of Rock Island an i sta e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose fursale at pnblic auction all the riirht. title
and Interest of the atiove named. Eli Brunsen,
in and to the above described property, .n Satur
day, the 7th day of October. 18W8. at a o'clo k n.
m., at the north door o' the court hm in the
city of Kock Island, in the county of Kock Island
ann state oi Illinois, tor casn id band, to satisfy
said executions and fee bills.
Dated at Rock Island this 15'h dav f Srtitm.
ber, A. D. 1813.
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County, Illinois.
OK KEAL ESTATE.
Bv virtne of an order and decree of the rnnnti
court, of Koik Islaud comity, state of Illinois,
mane on uie petition ri tne undersigned, James
f, Johnston, administrator of tbe estate of
Rosalie Hartusirel. deceased, fur Iphvp t ..u
the rea. estaf of said deceased at the Auirust
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On the 8th dav of August, A. D., 1893, I shall
on the 6th day i f September nex', between the
ho l rs of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and 5 o'clock
in the afternoon of said diy. sell at public sale,
at Ihe north door of the c. urt house in the city
of Kock Island, in said county, the rial estate
described as fo lows, to-wit:
The noith twenty (20 j acres of the west-half of
the -as'-half of section number two.(v). in town
ship sev. nteen, (17, north range two, (4), west
of the fourth principal, meridian, excepting
therefrom the followin; described real estate, to
wit: Beginning at a point on the half section
forty-two (42) chains and nity-seven (57) links
south of the south-west corner of the south-east
quarter of said section nine, (9), and running
thence south sixty-three (63) degrees and forty
(40) minutes east (s 63 degrees 40 m el thirteen
chains and twenty-four links, (13 44 100 chains),
thence south fiifty-two degrees and fifty-live min
ifies east (s S4 degrees N) minutes e) ten chains
and fiftw-i.lnc links ((10-5!) KXIchains more or less
to the east line of said west-haif of tho eas". half
of said section nine, () containing between said
line and Hock Kivercight and twenty-two hun
dredths (8 24-100) acres more or less, situated in
the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois, on
the following terms, namely: Cash down on de
livery of deeo.
Dated this 8th day of August, A. D . 1893.'
JAMES R. JOHNSTON.
Adminis'raior of tae Estate of Rosal.c llartnagel.
Cor. Michiqao Ave and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCniON. CHEAP BORlNQ.
Elegant twero.. b.nlding .
nd e. -..-t -r-. o pp. iVFRkPrin
A. D. HUESING
Represents, among other time-;ric.i
known Fire Insurance Companies, th. f'
Royal Insurance Companv. of Er- ,
Buffalo German Ins! ' V.
Rochester German Ins. Co ;V ""''-Si
Citizens' Irs. Co., of Piu"bur? i ",tr' s. t
Sun Fire Ofiice, London ffc 1 a-
I mon Ins. Co., of California
Security Ins. Co., New Haven ( ,r
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co v
iJcnnan Fire Ina m.. nf p--: .
1 -a a vviin, 1,:
Oflice Cor. 18th St. ami :M Ave
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"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVEUXt
Revireeeoting over 40 Million ho)tTi
of Cash asEets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE-Room 21. Mitchell A LvnSe'f b
Hock Island, Ills. " e 1 6 -f
targeenre unr rates: they will inurct jr,-.
J M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried ComnsLiti
Losses Promptly Pail V
dates as low as any reliable rompar.y r
Vour Patronage is eol-.citeri.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
Office Corner FiftecsUi street and Third tt
Succeeds the Uoline Savincs . ata. crcatixei :
5 rerCEV MEREST .AID W WM.
Organized under Sttte L: .
Oen from 9 a. m. to 8 t m.. and Kiiiea; iii
Saturday nights from7lo sj.ni
r-OBTBB Skinsxb, . . Pref-ifs-
K. A. Aixswobth, - - Vicc-Prs;i;
1. F. HlHtSW.l, - - iirLiK
oi recto as:
Porter Skinner. W.W.
C.A.Rose,. H. A. Alcswort.
O. H. Edwards, W. H. Aaams.
Andrew Fribere, C. F. HemeLwaj.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the cardst
spot of the weal D' tllt'
Orchard State Bank
of OttCHARD, NEBRASKA
K. W. Dakt. President.
J. S. Dakt Carbur.
Mitchell A Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Koblnsoo, Cashier Kock Island S!.ot
C.C.Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wnolesaie .iroers.
T H. THOMAS.
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