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THE AIIGU S, SAT UK DAY, SE I'TEMl EIt SUQMfo,
THE TRATELEKM' CIE.
way Depot cornet r':fth avenue and Thirty
first tret, Frank H. Bummer, ajtenl.
Uoancu liio J vlu.iieT '
ts Day E ures . . ' I ..I
Kaunas 4'lty Day (Express..
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Kxoress.... (
FtWorth.D nver & n01n
Btnart-Knck Island Express
St. Paul and Minneapolis
Kansas City and St . Joe
Den Moines, Omaha Un-i
1 1 -to ami i46 am
10:fOpmT 8:12 am
1-': pmi !:l3pm
' 7:45 anr 7:ti5pm
11 ;05 pm
6: JO anij S :85 pm
:40 ani'10:20 pm
Dally. tG Icgeast. t'"'ns? west.
F. n. Ph-mjier. gt.
L. M. Au.E. ien. Agt. Pass. Dept. Pave nport
tJURUMh't'.n A 'V i &- C B W. KA1.
wa Depot Pi av.c&-nii Sixteenth t
H. J. Youon, aesnt ,
fct. Loot- sx tress
4t. Loul Rxirers ...
Sterlln enj'" ....
1 H:5 au.
' " Ob pm
HICAOO, MLLWACKE2 ST. FALL RAIL
way Rscine A Southwestern Divtaion De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Secotd
avenue, K. D. W. Holmes, airent.
TRAINS. uavbI Anatri
Mail and Kxpress ... 7:O0n "9 30 u.
ft. Paal Sxpr-i 4 40 pm ll:4MC
Ft. Aer-immo'lu'toTi. . .. :-H "i 0 1 nn
OCK ISLAND PfcOKIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAIN9. i Lnn abrivi
Fast Mall Express 8-O.S am.7:5 pm
Express 2:pm 1 : pn
Oable Accommodation 9:10am 3 0) pm
" " 4 -on xim am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
em railway, depot foot of Brady street.Pav
enport, J.B.Hannt-irtu, Gen. T'k't A Pass A.ent
Davenport Trains. Leave. I A H ve .
Passenger b:5." pm'hio 45 am
Freight.... l3 00 am!tll:l6 pm
Leave West Davenport .'
Wes' I.lhertv Train " tNonh. Snth.
Passenger ' b" f m blfl&ipm
" al0:3i pm a4 50aji
" ' a6 45 am
Freight , i M :H pm bS:ft0am
W-.lft ml bl :15pm
aDaily. bD.u'r except Suiid.iy.
Going South v ml east
a0I)TI TO TH
Lv. Rock Island B:j(itm
Ar. Orion 8 :4ft am
Camiridve 9 MM am
Onlva ... i :: am
vVyominu 10:11 am
Prlncevi'iU) '10:30 ami
Peoria ..." ll:1ftam
Terra Uantn . . .
Bt. Louis ... .
. .. 1 :1ft pm,
12 06 n't
. . . , 4 nc pm
... 6:55 pm
... i 7:30 pm
... 11:00 pm
Ar. Rock Isiar .
. . 1 1 : 10 am'
1 1:3ft pm
Accom-no'latloc trains leave Rok Is'and at
S:U0a. m. an l 5.J0 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
n. and 1 :15 . m. Leave Penjia :00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :G0 p. m and 1:15
A'.l tratnr r in iVly exrept Sanday.
All passe leer traini arrive and "depart Cnion
Free Cuir on Fast S cpre between Rock
filond an l 'eor a. both directions.
Taroah ttoxets to all p.ums; ba?zage caecked
hroagb to dds-inaUan.
1 9.10 am
, 10. 'J i am
Lv. Roe llati-l .
Art. Rovnoids ...
Accom. . Accom -6.2"
am U.ro pm
7.on am. 1.45 pm
7.55 am 8.00 om
Lv. (taile .. .
" Bk Island
B. B. 8UDLOW,
-i-n'1 Tkt. Ace t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Beat Dining Car Service inhe World
x tic liocK island is lorcmost in
juoptinr anv advantage calculated
to improve spcrd and pivc that lux
urj safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
s thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains., magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaehps, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
faithful and .capable management
ind polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. .They
are a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment
Tassengcrs on this line will find Httlo
ca u se forco mpl ain tp nt baj;.grauniL.
The Great Rock Uland Houle runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
)an station, close to World's fair
rounds, and vou can save tinleand
rouble by getting oft at that point
,na avoia me crowu in the citv. c
For full particulars as to tickets.
maps, rates, apply ..to any. coupon
ticket 'oflice in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or. address:
JNO. SEBASTIAN, -
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John".' Gen1! Mgr. Chicago 111
"It Currs Colds. C ougka. Son Throat. Cronp, Inflo-
1 enza. Wbooping voogh, uroneniua ana aauma.
A sertaiB cure or Consumption in first stages,
and a sure relief in advanced stagea. Use at ones.
Ton will see th- excellent effect after taking ths
first doss. Sold by dealers evsrywhers. Largs
bottlea 60 eenU una $1.00.
E. 1'ARMEN TE R.
ATTORNEY AT HW Otllce in Mitchell &
I ynau's new block
JACK SON & HURST.
ATTORNEYS A V LAW Cfllc In K. ck Island
National Bat k building, Koc Island, 111.
E. D. BWEEMV. C. t. WiLKTR.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AD ( Ol'SSELLORS AT LAW
Otllce in Boutt. ill's block, tiock Island. 111.
C. J. 8KARLB. 8. W 8IAKLB.
SEAELE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Solicitor' In Chancery; otKce Buford's
block. Hock Islanl
McENiaY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on good
security, m ike collections. Heference,
Mitchell & Lynd hBnkers. Office In I'ostofflce
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron,
an.l uurmir the past two years with the firm of
B owini.j. Entriken at Moline, has now opened
an ntficr in tne Auditorium baiullte. room &, at
K. M. PEARCE.
. noum u in llit ihell A Lynde's new block .
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracd without pain by the nev.
-o 17 6 second t venae, over Krell d Math's.
Drs. Bicksl &Schoemaker,
Slitchcl1 & Ljnce'i Block. Rooms 28-81
Edward L. Bumri.
Clark H. BuroRD.
ham ma rr
ARCHITECrs, Ri ck Island, 111.
41, Mitchell A l.ynde baildlnz.
GEO. P. 53TATJDUHAR
Plats and super ntendenee for all class at
Rooms 53 and 55. Mitchell A Lynde building
Till 1 LEViTOB
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diseases of the Eye
Oflice and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours :,.10t 13 a.m., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
p.. Telephone Nc. 1J09.
DR. AS AY.
: Physician and Surgeon,
1134 TniRD Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 13 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. K. Hol'.owbush, M . D. Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
Physicians nr Sitror:N8,
Oflice 40:)33rt st. Telephone 1065
Residence TS Hist St. mjc
Dr. Barth i uT, Uollowbnsh
9 to 10 a.m. 10 tola a.m.
1 to S and T to 8 p. ti, i to 5 and 7 tog p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROETNSON
EYE, liAR, NOE
ftlce McCullough Building, m W. 3d St.
1 to 4 Dm.
rlonrs: 9 tf 11 am
I. r. Mtbrs, M.D. Geo. W. Whebleb, M. D
DRS. M YEE S & WHEELER,
stariepj- ana llseanes f Wnmen
Office over Erell A Math's. Telephone 1148.
1 1 to lv a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.
ties, telephone IJUI.
8 to 10 a. m.
1 1 to 3 and 7 to J p, m
. - W A: DARLING,
L City .Engineer
LKooru 3S, "" " "
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
'.i "Tase Elevator,
i STOPPED FREE!
y I K,S.Sb
ihw im, Swfim. ti
" pmnnn IJ f 1
IWoZBbaik Nsava DlSKASSS. dr'
ifir" doy i utt. Ti -Atise nd j trUI hoitis f to
Fit pal tents. thr p nns ?ti harcool.i wha
fwl. Swl nan e. P. l. anlei-s tllrm ol
I .lit'fteil tc Ptt.KLt lliill Arrh St..Pn,luirlnhi. p..
OLD OCEAN'S DEPTHS.,
Livinc Lanterns That Are Borne About Ut
I.icht Vp-the Parkness. . .
Away down in the dark depths of tha
ocean there are living lanterns that are
borne abont to light nr the darkness. A
qneer fish ciiJled the luidshipmite carriea
the brightest and most striking of all
these sea torches; j
n Along! its back,-Tinder it and fit the'
base of its fins there are small disks that
glow with a clear phosphorescent light
like rows of shining buttons on the
young middy's uniform in this way it
gets its name, ' midslnpinite, by which
young sailors in the navy are of ten called.
These disks are exactly like small
bnllseye lanterns with regular lenses
and reflectors. .
The lenses gather the rays, and the re
flectors throw them out again. There
is a layer of phosphorescent cells between
the two, and the entire effect is as per
fect as if made by some skillful optician.
Many other fish huve "reflectors,"
many have "lenses," but the "midship
mite" is tfie only kind that has 6uch
splendid specimens of both.
The fish is so constructed that when it
is frightened by some devouring sea
monster it can close its lenses and hide
itself in the darkness. It can turn its
lantern off and on at will, and then it is
always "filled" and ready when wanted.
Another murine animal has a luminous
bnlb that hangs from its chin, and thus
throws the light before it to warn it of
the approach of enemies. Still another
upholds a big light from the extremity
of the dorsal fin. Others, again, have
constant supplies of a luminous oil that
runs down their sides from the fins, mak
ing a bright and constant light all
Most of the jellyfish are phosphor
escent. These live far down on the very
floor of the ocean, where it is always
dark and gloomy. The dwellers in these
watery depths are provided with lights
of their own shining bodies and fins,
which illumine their home with a
strange though no doubt cheerful glare.
E. A. Mathews.
I'nrlaiuieJ Trize Money.
Three hundred thousand dollars in tin
disputed prize money still remains in
the treasury awaiting claims by sailors
to whom it lmloiigs. Undo Sam merely
holds this sum as the left over balance of
a trust fund. Unhappily these to whom
it is owing are mostly dead and will
never csk. for tl;eir shares,
Their bones have been scattered by
shipwrecks ail over lie world, though
the names of r.ll of them r.re written in
tlie government's book, wiih the amount
In dollars and cents due to each. It is
on!y occasionally nowadays that appli
cations are made for awards of cash from
this deposit of treasure. Eventually
nearly all of it will 1 turned over by
congress to some other purpose for hick
of claimants. -
This money represents a part of the
great sum derived from the sale of cap
tured vessels during the rebellion. Near
ly all of these craft were blockade run
ners, and of the latter nine-tenths were
owned in Great Britain. Some of the
finest steamships ever built were used by
Englishmen for running the Union block
ade during the war. British naval ofii
cers gotUwves of absence, during which
they cmnmanded blockade runners.
Blockade running is a very peculiar busi
ness. I here is no penalty for it under
international law except the confiscation
of the ship and her cargo. The people n
board of her are treated in all other e-
spects as if they were transacting a e-
gitimate mercantile business. At le
earliest opportunity they are let go in
peace. ashmgton Star.
The Fussiou Flower.
A great many lovers of flowers who
have not made botanical lore and legend
a study often ask themselves or some
friend why the "passion flower" is so
called, and not one time in a dozen is the
correct answer given. It was so named
by the first Spanish settlers in the new
world because they imagined that they
saw in it a representation of our Lord's
passion. The filamentous processes are
taken to represent the crown of thorns;
the styles, the nails used in fastening
the Saviour to the cross; the anthers, the
marks of the five wounds; the leaf, the
spear that pierced his side; the tendrils,
the cords or whips with which he was
scourged; the column of the ovary, the
upright of the cross; the stamens, the
hammers; the calyx, the "glory" or halo;
the white tint, .purity; the blue tint,
"Calvary clover" is a still more won
derful representation of the crucifixion.
In that flower persons of vivid imagina
tion can see in the meanderings of the
colors of the petals the outlines of a
cross with the figure of a man stretched
prone upon it. St. Louis Republic.
The Guardian of Yoemlte Parle.
Galen Chirk is the guardian of Yo
semite park, a white bearded pioneer,
grizzly bear killer and innkeeper. He
has just made his first visit frTthe out
side in 40 years. He settled at Wawona,
the picturesque stopping place of the
Yosemite stages in 1855, built first one
cabin and then several more for sight
seers and finally became a hotel keeper.
Later he was made a Yosemite park com
missioner ,and then guardian. He has
just been east to his old home, which he
had not seen 6ince the early gold excite
ment, and to visit the World's fair.
Chicago Herald. ; -
it Opens the Fyes
"My daughter is lostng her sifrht, said an
anxious mother, "and Just on tht eve of marrlaite,'
loo! Whatsha'l I do?" "Let her get married,
by all means," respanded ihe doctor; "marriage
Is a regular eye opener " A man's eyes open
pretty widely, when he finds his wife's charms
disappearing. Health it the best friend of beauty,
and the innumerable 111s to which women are po-
I u. ij bh'ijmh l,H nwioi vucuiiucb. ..jr.. .v.nv.
tttw.. v . i . i.
I 1 V uwi rduicii TVUU WVBB VI I C uvsi ucanu,
use Dr. Pl.rce-'s Favorite Prescription. It is -the
only medicine for women, sold by druggists, an
der a positive guarantee from the mannfactaiers.
that It will give satisfaction in every case, or
money wl'l be refunded.' This guarantee has
been printed on the battle wrapper", and faith
fully carried cat for uiuy years.
.- AN JNANSWERED QUESTION.
Why .D Cats Kjes Slilno In the Dark
While Men's Eyes Ho Not? .
Why do cats' eyes shine in the dark
while mens eves do nOi? The author of
"Idle Days In Patagonia" raises this
question without answering it. Ke shot
and wounded an eagle owl, and the sight
of the bird, he sayX was one of the
greatest surprises with which natnre
ever favored him. The owl's haunt was
an island overgrown with grass and tall
willows. - Thither-Mr. Hudson went to
ward evening and found him upon his
perch wailing for sunset. He eyed the
intruder so calmly as almost to disarm
him, but hunters of specimens have a
way of hardening their hecrts. ' Mr.
Hudson fired. The owl swerved on his
perch, remained suspended for a few mo
ments and then slowly fluttered down.
I found my victim tung to fury by
his wounds and ready for tlie last su
preme effort. Even ia repose he is a big,
eaglelike bird; now in the uncertain
light he looked gigantic in size a mon
ster of strange form and terrible aspect.
Each p-.rtu'ular feather stood on end,
the tawny barred tail spread 01; like a
fan, the itiimei.se tiger colored wings
wide open and rigid, so that as the bird,
th;;t h-id clutched the grass with his
great feathered claws, swayed slowly
from side to side jv.st as a snako about
to strike sways his h"ad. or as an angry,
watchful cat'moves its tail s-st the tip
of one, then of the other wing touched
The black horns stood erect, while in
the center of the wheel shaped head the
beak snnpjH'd incessantly, producing a
sound like the clicking of a sewing ma
chine. This was a suitable setting for
the pair of magnificent, funou3 eyes, on
which I gazed with a kind of fascination,
not unmixed with fe.-ft-, when I remem
bered the agony suffered on former oc
casions from sharp, crooked talons driv
en into me to the bone.
The irides were of it bright orange
color, but every time I attempted to ap
proach the bird they kindled into great
glolies of quivering yellow flame, the
black pupils Wing surrounded by a scin
tillating crimson lig'.it which threw out
minute yellow sparks into the air. When
I retiied fro;u the bird, this preternatu
ral fiery asiiect would itist.tutly vanish.
The question as to the cause of this
fiery appearance is one hard to answer.
We know that the source of tLe lumi
nosity in owls' an l cuts eyes is the iiht
reflecting membrane Itotween i'.jc retina
and t'.ic se1, rotic co;tt of the eyeoall, but
tlie ui3't.ry' remains. When vith the
bird, I pa1. .ieuWly noticed that every
time I retir. d the nictilating membrane
would immediately cover the eyes and
obscure thetn for some time, ns they will
when an owl is confronted with Wrong
sunlight, and this gave me the impression
that tlie fiery, flashing appearance was
accompanied with or followed by a burn
ing or smarting sensation.
I have lived a great deal among semi
savage men. I have often seen them
frenzied with excitement, their faces
white as ashes, their hair erect and their
eyes dropping great tears of rage, but I
have never seen in them anything ap
proaching to that fiery appearance of the
owl. Youth's Companion.
Oaarantea Cn e
We authorize our advertised druj;. '
rist to sell Dr. Kinrs New Discoverv
for consumption, coughs and colds,
upon this condition If you are af
flicted with a cou2;h. cold or anv lung,
throat or chest trouble, and will use
this remedy as directed, giving it a
fair trial, and experience no benefit.
you may return the bottle and have
your money refunded. We could not
make this offer did we not know that
Dr. King's New Discovery could be
relied on. It never disappoints.
Trial bottles free at Hartz & Ulle
mever's drug store. Larjre size 50c
and f 1.
Since its first introduction Electric
Bitters has gained rapidly in popular
favor, until now it is clearly in the
lead among pure medicinal tonics
and alteratives containing nothing
which permits its use as a leverage
ir intoxicant, it is recognized as the
best and purest medicine for all ail
ments of stomach, liver or kidneys.
It will cure sick headache, indiges
tion, constipation, and eirive malaria
fioni the svstem. Satisfaction guar
anteed with each bottle or the nronejr
will be refunded. Price only 50c per
bottle. Sold by Hartz & Ul'lemeyer.
BUCKLES 8 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,
tions, and posi ,ively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale by Hartz & Ullemevcr
When Baby was sick, we gave ner I'&storta.
When die was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria, .
When she had Children, she gave them Castor ia
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it. ; y . .
Children Cry for
Pitcher's Castor a.
: ' i
Coughing leads '; to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will ' stop thecough
it once T.i
. ; , , Childrei .Cry for
The Nervous System the Seat
of Life and Mind. Recent
Xo my4ory has ver compared with that of
human life, it bus been lite ltalinif subject
of profewxiomil rtitivli ami htuu y i" ll am-.
But aolwuiisUtnuiug this foci it is not pener-
i 1 1 y h ii u t n
tliat the sent
of life is lo. ii
tefin t he'ii p
per partuf. t lie
si.inui cor a,
i neH r t ho base
and so sensi
tive U this
port ion of the
he prick of a
V-ynt discoveries hn ve ciemonf rated thnt
al ,ii vK-TJitis of tlie txHlyuiv under the con
trol of t'u nen-e ceuiers, located in or near
t!it 1) of t lio brain, and that v, hen these are
t!Br:u.;e i tlu oruiis whic-h tuey Kupp y wiih
nerve, lu. I a re ulso deranired. Whoa u Is re
memlwrvJ l:uta serious injury to the spinal
c wKI c:iii paralysis of tho bo.ly below
tieitijir-J pjim. because the nerve foree U
pr.-eh;e.l bv tlio inj-iry from reaching the
it : r :l'ze i p r- ion, if will I e understood, how
t .o i.-nnwiftKMit of the nrve centers will
c iuo , luaeriiMzernent of t'.io various organs
w'li.'h iti.-trsj ;Iv iih nerve force.
T .o-t.iii-.l-i -f elironic liL-casca ore CilO to
t!ie i nperfj t a.tion of fie nerve ceniers at
liiviinj;if t!i3 bruin, ruit taan a licrangn
m prt-aari y oil'iin-ii ing in tho orsan it
self, fao print t misiake of paysiciims In
treitini lh:i-e diseases is th it tiiey treat, the
or iaa rather than the nerve centers which
are the cruise of ilio trouble.
Iin. KtMNKUX Mit.es, tho celebrated spe
cialist Juts profoundly studied t his subject for
over2J voai-s, and has made many imiKirtant
dis-averies in connection with it. chief among
tiiiu iK-'ini the facts contained in the a?ove
statement, and t hat the ordinary metho-ls of
treatment are wronft. All headache, dizzi
ness, dullness coniusion, pressure, blues
mania, melaacholy, insanity, epilepsy,
Vitus danco. etc., arj ner-ons diseases no
matter how caused. Tho wonderful success of
Dr. Miles" Restorative Nervine is due to the
f a'-t t hat i t in haicd on the f oreeointr principle.
Ds. Miles' Bcstorattve Nervine is s:ld by
n'.l drucilsts on a positive euaran ev or sent
direct by Dr. Mil & Medical Co., Elkhart,
l:i,l.. on receipt, of price, fl i-r b ttle. six
b.M ties for S5, express prepaid, it contains
uciUicr opia-es uo dan :erous drugs.
XBCUTOR'e N OTIC B
Tstate of Joseph Win'er, Deceased.
Ttie nnOersigned hnvinu been appointed r
cntrix of 'be last will and testament of Joseph
Win'er. late of the county of Kock If 1 ind, .
c-f Illinois dtreasud, hi rebv givef notice tha sh
will appear brf ore the connty court of liock Island
c lunty, at thf office of th clerk of said court, in
the city of Mock island, at the Tec-ember u-rra on
the first Monday in I'eremlKTneit. at which time
all persons having claims ay a nst said estate are
DntinVd and req'iertvd to attend, for the purpose
of haTing the t-ame adjii'ted. All ie'snns in
debted to said est te are requested to wake In:
mediate pnymeiu to ihe undersigned.
DaK'd this 13th dav of September. A. T. 1393.
MAUI AS SPKS. WINTER,
OTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Scaled proposals will be received at the City
Clerk's oflice, Kock Island. III., nnlil Monday,
Oct. 10th, 1SU3, at o'clock p m.. for c-nstrrtVng
the improvement knsm-n Section Xo. rder
ed by an ordinance of the ci y of R.ick It-lrni. 1H
passed June J. ls!)3.entitled "An ordinance for
the improvement or Seventeenth and Niniteenth
streets from the south line of Tnird to the North
line ot rourtn avenue, and or Twenty third street
from the south line of Third to tho north line of
Fourth ave .ue, from the sooth line cf Fifth rp-
nne east along said T enty third street south to
i line 510 feet south of and parallel with the south
fine of Ninth avenue " Cnder the above ordi
nance, the said streets are ordered curbed with
curbstones, excavated and graded, improved and
pived with pavlnn brirk of good qna'.ity.
flans and specifications for said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
Al. bids must he accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $5ii0 payahle to the or
der of th treasurer of said ci.y, which f hall be
c r foifeited to saide'ty in rase the bidder nhall
tail to entor into co Hart tth approved
sureties to ex-cute the work fur the plans
mentioned in his bi.l and ac-ordinc to ti e ul&na
and sp xifications in ths cvint that the conlr&ct
sha I he awardeJ to hiin.
The city reserves the right to reject any or all
Kock Island, II'... Sept. 22. lsftl.
A. D. UUnSlNG. City Clerk.
Py virtue of a sneci il execution and fee Mil v
SJ8 issued out of theclnrk's office of the county
wu" ' Mr- iKiauu Cliumy, alia stale OI J111U01&,
nu iu mi- uirccieu. wnereoy am commanded to
make the amonut of a certain judgment recently
obtained a-aii,st Kli Brunt-en. in favor of the
Mnntnelier Tile comnaiiT. o-t of the iHnris tan.
ments, goods and chatu-is of the said defendant.
c ii Druiipru, i iw't leviea upon tne following
property, to-wil. Lot two (21 snnihai fourth n.
of section number thirty-two township unm-
" feveuieeu ij.; uve 3) west ci ttle fourth
princ-pal meridian. Also' lot two (91 sonthenat
quarter (Ja) o section thirty-five (351 township
sv.vuiceii ii.iue lai west or tne lourtn (4)
principal meridian and southwest one quarter
("it of southeast q.iarter V) of section thlrtv-six
i-6) township seventeen (lfi fi ve i6) we-t of the
fourth principa meridian, in all contnining one
"uiiurm u ci(;ui liuo; acres, ail OI wn CD IS alt
naied in the couuty of R ick Island in i at m r
Therefore. accordlnc tosaid command t .h.iie-r.
pose for sale at Dnblic auction all th rtirht tiit.
and interest of the above named. Ell Bransen,
in and to the above described property, ,n Satur
day, the 7th day of October. lWW.atS o'clo.-k p.
m., at the north door of the court house in the
city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illl'x.is. for cash in hand, to satisfy
saitt execution and f e bills.
Dated at Ror-k island this 13'h day tf Septem
ber, A. D. 1)
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of
wpptwiiories. Ointment In Capsnls, also in Box
and Puis: A Positive t "nre for Kxternnl. Klinri
leediits Itch hie. Chronic Keen or Hereditary
. nev. r ihalb w hkh Ksnss ana mmv otner dis
eases: it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discoverv of a medical cure ren
derincan operation with the knife unnecessary
tier e rutr . This H medy has never oeen knows
to fall . 11 per box. f or S ; sent bv mail. Why
tnffer from this terriable disease when a written
narantve is posttivly (riven with 6 bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
fote sample, tfuaramee las.ed b) uur aifenl.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Act like maple on the tomach. Liver and Bw
els; dtspel Dyspepsia, Biliousness. Fever. Colds.
Nervous Diaorders,Hlueplessness,Los of Appetite,
restores the complect Ion: perfsct digestion fol
lows their use. Positive enre for Sick Hbadachi
and Constipation. J mall, mild, easy to take. Larse
Vial- of SO Pills vents.
HARTZ rjLLMCVB Sole Atenw Kock Isl
! Hair Death!
Instantly removes and forever destroys ob-
jectlonnble ha r, whether upon the handg
face, arnuor neck, without di-coloration
O or injury to the nioxt delicate skin. It was
I FI R KlrTT TTABS Tns SECRET rotlMULA or "
C tc a Mis Wilbox, acknowledged bypbysi- o
; cions as the highest authority and the . .,
c' most eminent dermatologist and hair specia- n
. list that ever lived. Dunne his private prac-
tlceof a lifc-tlma among the noblity and ar-
. istocracy of Bnrope he prescribed this re-
cipe. Pbjcb, 1 by mail, sccareiy packed. :
O Corresoondcnce confidential. SoleAeents
; for America. Address TSS SKOOKUsC
O ROOT HAItt GKOvTEK CO. DepU K,.T O
South 5th avenue, New York. o
' ' ' " ." .: : - :
OOO 0"0 O' 'O' 'O' "O' 'O-"O 'OOO
A. D Hi
cut uiiUD Hfi
Represents ainoLS other ,
known Fire Insarancc Compa
Poyal llnstiranre Comrnnv r p' .'
W eschetcr F;rc Iii. . r
Buffalo GemaS r-.IS4,
Kochester German Ins Co'TM-i
Citizens' Ins. Co., of lv"v h"rbt'te
Sun FireOfflce, U,rlun "rt"
Vnien Ins. Co., of Cahforr.ia
Security Ins. Co., Ntw i. .
Milwaukee Mechanic, i (
German Fire Ins. Co., r,f p.; ,.
Office Cor. isth jt. iv .
"THE OLD RELUBLL
HATES & ClEAVrJ
in nit J
Representing over 40 Million L-.
of Cash s6ttt
Vire. Life. Torsade.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFIOE-Rpom 21. Mltchs'. a Ut,
nock Island. Ills.
ySerure our rates ; they wn;
J M BUFORD
General . . .
Th Pi,, ti ,1 l
Losses Prcmptly Pai
aales as low as any reliahie rom;.ai ytc
Your HatroLhire is sc.ci.tc.
STATE SAVINGS W
Office Comer Fifteenth strest asdltail'
Succeeds the Mollce Savinzt tata. Oro:
5 PtrCEXT INTEELST . AID 05 Wit.
Organized tuder Sttte Lsws,
Oen from 8 a. m. to S t m.. nvi Wcicftii
Saturday nights fromltcSra
a. a. aiiit
i. F. Hexwat,
DI RECTO KS:
Porterkinner. W. W. Tei
C. A. Rose, H . A. Auawart,
O. H. Kdwards, W . H. Adust.
Andrew Fribertf, C. F. IIe3ti:r;,
REAL ESTATE LO.V
made for orivate parties :t the rrtl
spot of the west by tbe
Orchard State Bui
of OaCUAKD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Daet. President.
J.S. Dabt Cat 1
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers. .
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Kock Is ' -Bank.
I . C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Halt's Sous, Wnoles&.e liri'crs.
fW Baf aH-i
fiiu mm - - mm w n,.
"laEfiLlIuMM fniw uii
. Oar rMrTCTtOH mttsot sha 7
faCLtAX. D Dot STA1M. PKR f1Jai
Can (iONORKHffiA ul OLfFT la "JJLJV. ,-
Sold bj all lR!ilsTS. 8hk.'SU
. Cor. NUchigaa Ave. ana Monroe St. C1'
THOIOUCH II f T 1 1 1 T I . iM trlKw
-T H THOMASJl