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THE ARGUS, MONDAY, OCTOIJEII 2, ) S3.
THE TRAYELEK8' tUIDE.
r-iHICbK, KOCK ISLAND PAC'rlC KAUr
V way Depot cornel Fifth avenne and Thirty
fct street. Frank U. Plummer, Kent.
Uoiincii Binds rtiuueso- '
Kansa City Day Express. . .
V asbinirton Express
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
Mile Exnress I
t vToeth.D nver A nClt
Moan-Rock In'mU Express
Stt. Paul and Minnispolis....
Kansas City and Si Joe
9e Moines, Omaha Jt Lin-1
1 -06 am' 4:45 am
1A-MI fitni 11:12 Am
pm; 3:1 pm
7:45 am T :V pm
o.o ui o:u Bui
4:NI am 11 ;0R pm
5:40 pmi 9:00 am
6:17 am :0r pm
:40 aru!10:30 pm
Daily. tQ ilng east, t-o'nr west.
F. H.Pi.vumeb, Agt.
j, W At-iKX, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept. Davenport
"OCHLINUTON Kl'TK-C. B. y. RAIL
jl way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth at.
. J. Young, agent.
t. Lm. Koreas. ..
1. Loul Kxpreta ... .
beards: vi pas "eager.
JULose Pussenu'er .
45 an. pm
1 7:45 pml 6 35 an
. 7:0 pit 7:55an
8:f0pra 10:45 am
7 :(A am 6 :5 pm
t :50 am! B:1 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ft ST. PAUL KAIL
war Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Tweutielb 'ret. between First and Second
venae. K. D. W. Holme, agent.
Mail and Express
61. Paul Exprss
Ft. A accommodation.
7:00aL. 9.30 ni
4 4 ' um 11:4 am
-.41 nil S 0) m
BOCK ISLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenne and Twentieth a:reet. P.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Faai Mall Express
8:05 am 7:05 pm
2:S0 pm 1 "25 pm
9:10 am 3 0) pm
4:00 pm S:0ft am
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS 4 NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street.Dav
oaort. J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't Jt Pass.Anent
Tavenport Trains, j
P Monger I
Leave West Davenport.
M:55 pm'blO 45 am
bl CO amlbll:15 pm
West Libert Train
alo:8'i pm a4 5Ua a
h6 45 am
bl :15 pm ' b:nnam
I b9 : 15 i m bl :15pm
Daily. bDaily except Sunday. doing north,
floing South and east
MOST DTHBCT BOUTS TO TE1
East, South and Southeast.
8 :0t am
8 :45 am
11 :15 am
3 :57 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Terre Uaata . . ,
St. Louis ... .
1 :lf pm
. 4-0C pm
: 1:50 pm
. ' 3 :50 pm
6 :55 pm
. l:2. i am
11 :00 pm
12 06 n't
Zx. Peoria In :10 am 3:50pm
Or. Roclc NlanM 1 1:85 pm 7:05 pm
Aecommi.Uuor. trains leave Rock Is'.and at
30 a. m. and 6.M p. m : arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
a. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoaia t:00 a. m. and
I :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:35
All trains r in daily except Sundaj.
Al! pussetzer traini arrive and depart Union
I'vee Ca ir c-on Fai Express between Rock
rxnnd a-i.i De ria. both dtrectocs.
Throuiin ticket to all points; baeaze cnecked
hrouQ to destination.
Lv. Rocx I'.and H.loam l.Oo pm
Arr. Reym'.ds 10.20 m 5.06 pm
" Cahie 11.00am 5.40pm
L. Cable e.2n am 18.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Hock Island 7.55 am 3.00 pm
H.B. 8CDLOW, . TOCKHOUSB
Superintendent 1 u'l Tkt. Aee. t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Koek Island is foremost in
jilojitin any advantage calculated
to improve spt-ed and ive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
js thoroughly complete with vesti-
buieil trains, ruatrnilieent tluiuiir
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Faithful and capable management
wd polite, honest service from em
ploycs are important items. They
ve a double duty to the company
snd to travelers and it is sometimes
a task dillicult of accomplishment
Passengers on this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
un station, close to World's Fair
i rounds, and you can save time and
"rouble by getting oil at that point
avoiu tne crowd in tne citv.
1'or full particulars as to tickets.
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
. - . . .i... T : . . 1 .
IICKCI uuieu in tuc tuueu oiiiics,
Canada or-Mexico. or address:
Geu'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E, St Joun, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
THE NEXT MORNG I FCCL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION 18 BETTER.
My dor-tor says it ar s frcntly on the stomarh,
ltver and ktrlners. and U a pleasant laxative. This
drink la made from herbn. and is prepared for use
as easily aa tea. It is c lied
LANE'S I flEDIGIIIE
AlldrueiristsseUitat'Oe.andyi apaokaxe. If yoa
cannot grt 11. send your address for a free sample.
I.anr'a Family Medicine movra the bowris
each day. in order to 1 healthy tbists neeasary.
Addreaa UKATUK F. W JJi WARD, Le Koy. X.Y
ATTORNEY AT LW Oillce in Mitchell Jt
Lytiae'a new block
JAnfCSOK fir TTTTRST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW office in Heck Island
v...i...) T I- At r , . i i
.'iiiuuai uauwk inn uiiJK. nutl 111.
E. D. BWEBNET. C. L. VilKTK.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
I TTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
tftice in BenfstonV block. Hock Island. 111.
C. 1. SEAKLB. g. w. SEABLB.
SEARLE 4 SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Solicitor in Cbancery; office Buford's
block, Rock Isund
MoENIRY cz McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on good
seCllHfV. ihhIca .nlli.f.rinna PfLi,m
Mitchell i Lynde, hankers. Office in fostoffice
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron,
aud. ouriuj ma past two years with the arm of
B -owning fc Eutriken at Moline. has now onened
ai office m tu. uditoritim baiidlce. room &. at
R. M. PEARCE.
doom! m Mitcuolli Lrnde'snew block.
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted wUhout nam bv the new
o 1716 Second avenne. over Krell Math's.
Drs. Bicksl &3choemaker,
Mitchel' & Lynde's B ock. Rooms 29-81.
(Take B evator)
Edward L. Hammati. Claik H. Bnroiin
HAMMATT 6i BUFORD.
ARCHITECrs, Rock Is and. Til . Office Koom
41, Mitchel Js, Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR.
Place and enpurintend mee for all cias? cu
Hooini 53 and 55, Mitchell Jt Lyudi building
DR. "W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given 13 diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 13 a. k., 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
r. Jt. Telephone No. 1209.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Tiiiio Aye
Telephone 1270. Tock Island, III.
Office Hours: 10 a. m. t 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Hollowbnsh, M, D, Geo, E, Barth, M, D,
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and Stjkgkons,
Oike40'.)23rdst. Telephone 1W5
Hesidcucc 781 21st s .. ' H8b
office ii uns:
Dr, Barth It. Uollowbush
M to 10 a. m. io to 1 J a. m,
1 to S and 7 to p. m. 1 to 5 and 7 to s p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAR, NO?E
mce MeCnllongh Buililing, I4 W. 3d 8t.
Honrs : V io 11 am : 1 to 4 am.
i. F. Mtehs, m. D. Geo. W. Wbeeleb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
rsry and IflneaHpn ef w.men
Office over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1148.
DB. XTEB8. I DR. WHEELEB.
1 ) to 12 a. m. I tn in r m
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. 1 1 to 8 and 7 to 9 p, ro
ties, teieiiuone iwi. r es. telephone. 1190.
Mitchell & Lynde Rlock,
Take Ele- ator.
V JUarvtUus merest, (f
I Jint Persons Restore
JJ I MOINE S GREAT
I rVBRAIN DlSKASS. Only iff
MaT fo Jiiev-vm j4 rftrl .m t I. tit i-ahVAiv. lr
! IMPALL.1BLK if taken a (W-totl. A A.x - ft
kS it't' y' Trtatie t nd f. 2 trial tattle frer m
f 3 Ft Pmeots. they paymc ex jreschAri;csontox wticn
Prv r-f-eiveil. Sso.i namrs, P. ). and xpre ftdtireM t
I r?s v
1 Bf N
Latest Ootree of Chinese on Missions.
The latest collision between foreign
missionaries and the Chinese populace
may serve as a typical example of these
regrettable inckleuxs. Two inexperienced
men, beginning to learn the Chinese
language, find themselves planted in a
hostile district, acquire land and erect
buildings in a style notoriously offensive
to the native people, and it is fair to as
sume do other things in keeping there
with. The popular hate, which needed
no fostering, . simmers awhile and at
a given moment breaks out in a murder
ous explosion, the poor missionaries be
coming martyrs, not to Christianity, but
rather to their own deplorable lack of
Of course the rioters deserve to be se
verely dealt with. It is dangerous to
leave them unpunished. Yet we know
they will not be punished, for the Chi
nese government will do neither good
nor evil that it can avoid, and moreover,
though it may not approve of mob vio
lence, its sympathies are naturally and
necessarily with its own people, and not
with the intrusive and always hateful
foreigners. As for the western powers,
the diplomatic fiasco of 1891 afforded
conclusive proof that none of them has
a clear enough conscience to coerce the
Chinese in such a matter. A. Michie in
Carp reeling the Rarlt Off Trees.
For some months past farmers whose
fields touch the Darby creek near Ard
more, Pa., have noticed that the bushes
and small trees along the water's edge
were dying. An investigation, showed
that the bark had been peeled off the
trunks near the ground. Only bushes
and trees that overhang the creek are
affected. The farmers thought it must
be the work of rabbits, and as the depre
dations extended for three miles a whole
sale raid upon the bunnies was planned.
Herbert A. Enochs says that a timely
and startling discovery thwarted the
farmers in their crusade. With loaded
gun a fanner sat by the stream to watch
for the shrub d stroyers when he beheld
a large carp leap from the water and
catch at the bushes. It was aftr a fly
that had lighted there, but in its en
deavor to get it tore off a considerable
chunk of bark. Then another carp was
seen doing the s&nie thing. They had
actually girdled ail the bushes on the
banks for miles in catching flies. Phil
The Eru of Speculation.
In these days of speculation and of
tremendous fluctuation in Wall street
prices it is not surprising that weak hu
man nature yields to great temptation.
The wonder is not that a cashier, a pav
ing teller, a president, a custodian of
trust funds, yields, but that so few
among the large number of compara
tively poor men, handling hundreds of
thousands of dollars and in many in
stances securities valued at millions, fall
by the wayside. It stands to reason that
where one is detected half a dozen es
cape disgTace, a lucky turn in specula
tion enabling them to recoup the strong
box and to replace the borrowed assets.
It may be doubted if any of the long list
of defaulters intended at the outset to
defraud their employers or their custo
mers. It s tne old story. 1 he unexpwt-
ed happened, the money was lost, the
hypothecated securities were sold, and
the inevitable discovery brought ruin
upon the defaulter and shame upon his
family and friends. New York Re
corder. The Tramp Nuisance.
The tramp fraternity has made itself
unusually obnoxious during the hard
times, and heroic measures have been
resorted to for the purpose of suppress
ing it. In San Francisco the tramps
that infested and robled the docks were
driven out by ducking them in the sea.
In Boston it seems that the sacred
common had literally fallen into the
hands of tramps lefore the jtoliee could
be aroused to a sense of their duty. Pe
destrians were accosted at all hours of
the day and night, and if they did not
give were cursed and even struck, ac
cording to the hour and the loneliness of
the locality. Women were bullied and
insulted and children robbed of their
pennies. Finally the police deei V." 1 to
raid the common Rnd rid it o its . .
ti. Twenty -five nrrtMS we.e r-"u.
prisoners were sent "to the 1
common is now s..ie lor irv.
children may sail tiieir Ia.;..s ii: ..
pond without fear of mo; sUil
York Evening Fo.-:t.
KllorlUUUH I.if I:lsur::;ic-e Hi. ..
Life insurance Cv:ujauj's :.v com
ing the holders of cimr-mun manses of
capital. Statistics made pu'oi.c ;:t the
meetinsr on Weduesd.iv of the National
Association of Life Underwriters show
that the companies, takmir no account
of assessment corporations and societies,
hold assets to the value of jfsoo.OOO.OOO;
that they receive from policy holders
about $175,000,000 a year; that their gross
income is nearly $.'20,000,000 annually,
and that they pay about $100,000,000 an
nually to the insured in the form of
death losses, surrenders and dividends.
New York Tribune.
Tufts college has established a coedu
cational medical school which is to be
opened in October. At least 60 students
are expected, and the men and women
will work together on an equal basis.
"Fat Doctor Bills Bake Lean Wills,"
But Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy coats less than
one doctor's visit. Catarrh le a loathsome, dan
gcrous disease, and the time h-s come when to
suffer from It is a disgrace. Jo person ff culture
and refinement cares to inflict npon bis friends
his offensive breath, dlssuttinir hawking and
spitting and disagreeable efforts to breathe freely
and clear the throat and msc hence the cul
tured and refined use ot Dr. Sage's Catarrh Ren
edy. And no wise and pradent man cans to rnn
the risk of leaving his family without a protector,
by letting his "slight catarrh" run into serious or
fatal throat and lnng troubles, hence the wise and
prudent use of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Kemedy. The
proprietors of this remedy are go confident of its
curative properties that they have made stand
ing offer of reward of $500 for a cse they can
Ono KIikI of Economy.
The vounjr man wanted to marry the
girl, but he was a reckless chap, spending
his salary up close, and the girl's father
didn't like to take such a risk.
"About Iiow much do you save each
year?" he asked the youth, who had ap
proached him on the subject.
'1 should say about ft a year," he
laughed, for he was the kind of a young
man who thinks it's a wife's duty to teach
a young man how to save.
'Tm-um er, calculated the old man.
"Four dollars a year four dollars a year.
Well, you can have the girl," he went on
briskly and i' business tones, "but you've
got to wait for lier until you have saved
f 100,000. That's the amount I determined
her husband shall have. Of course it will
take you 25,00!l years, and a yood deal may
happen in that time, .but your kind of
economy, my hoy, is bound to cet there by
and by. Good morning." Detroit Free
She stood in haughty silence.
Prostrate at her feet were a score of men.
"Have mercy!" thev exclaimed.
Her lip curled scornfully.
"Pity, pity!" wailed the supplicants.
As colli as marble remained she.
"You had once a father," they urged.
Her stern f.tce softened.
"Or u brother, mayhap," they persisted.
Her eyes rew linii.-l.
'"Be niercift'l to us!"
Her bosom Iteaved.
"As you will," she murmured.
Withemoti -ti then she removed her hat
and walked inio the theater bareheaded.
Humanity had triumphed over the con
ventions. Detroit Tribune.
The Last Straw.
A landlord was making out the bill of a
traveler with the assistance of his clerk.
"By the by " he suddenly remarked,
"have you no iced how the gentleman has
consulted the thermometer evervdav whil
he has been here?"
"Well, then, put down in the hill, 'For
the regular use of the thermometer, 5
francs.' " GUuuali dei Viagi.
ile Was reaf.
Turaccioletti lias discovered a stratagem
for saving himself fmui annoyance on cer
tain occasions. He pretends to be deaf.
Yesterday he met a friend, who said to him:
"Will jou Kiid me 5 franc-?"
"What? I didn't hear," said Turaccioletti.
"Lend me In francs."
"Vouiaid fivetlie firt time." Motto per
A Cireat Succckh.
lis I hear you are taking cooking les
He Haveyoii lueu .ouccyssful?
She Very. Only one death so far. De
troit Free Pros.
"There's a chicken in Saiem with four
"That's nothing. We often have chick
en at our boarding bouse that are all le."
Harper s Bazar.
A True Christian.
MalM-1 What makes you think you area
Blanche Well, last night when Fred
smacked me on one cheek 1 turned to hint
the other. Truth.
Sow Try Thu
It will cost vou nothing and will
surely an you pood, if you have a
coujrli, cold, or anv trouble with
throat, chest or limps. Dr. Kinp's
New Discovery for consumption,
couphs or colds is puaranteed to pive
relief, or monev will be paid back.
sufferers from la prippe found it just
the thinp and under its use had a
speed v and perfect recovery. Trv a
Sample lxrttle at our expence and
learn for vourself just now irood a
thinp it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmever's druir store. Larjre
size 5ic and $1.
S. II. Clifford. New Castle. Wis.,
was troubled with neuralpia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarminp depree. appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strenpth. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard. Harrisburp. 111.,
had a running sore on his letr of
eipht years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his lep is sound and well. John
Speal er. Cataw ba, Ohio. had live larpe
fever sores on his lep. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve X-ured him entirely. Sold by
Hart. & Ullcmeyer's drup store.
IU CKLEX S AKXICA SALVE.
"ie best salve in the world for cuts.
ses. sores, ulcers, salt rheum
$: sores, tetter, chapped hands,
iins, corns, and all skin erup
-i in d posi ively cures piles or
c ' required, it is guaranteed
0 p : Derfeet satisfaction, or money
icfuuljl. Price 25 cents per box.
rcr sala bv Hartz & Ulleniever
When Baby was sick, we gave uer Castoria.
When r-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
Whoa 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.
Ch.ta'rer. Cry for
Couphing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
The nufflan Electrical Forces!
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the humm body. n
the nerve fluid may be termed, 1 1 au t
Cially attractive department of science, ::si
exerts so marked an influence on the I. .i
of the organs of the body. Nerve fnvc t
produeed by the brain and conveyed Ly
means of the nerves to the various orj.a;s o
tiie Ixxly, thus supplying the latter with the
vitality necessary to in
sure their health. Tha
pneumocastrie nerve, as
shown here, may be said
to he the most important
nf the entire nerve sys
tem, as it supplies the
heart, luncs, stomach,
bo-vels, etc., with the
nerve force necessary to
keep them active ana
healthy. As will bo seem
hv ( he cut the lonir nerve
dev.-endinr from the
baM of the Drain ana
terininntinir In the Dow-
wh.le the numerous lit-i
t e nranehes supply thel
ue in, uius auu sioiu-
ii with neressarv VI-
t t ity. V hen the Dram
be -iimes in any way ais
or.lered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
fosve which It supplies
is lex'!ie:l, and the or-
p-ius re'eivinjt tne ui-tuiui-diedsunDl
v are coa-
se i'iently weakened.
Pnvsicians generally fall
the importance of this fact, but treat I lie
orian itself instead of the cause of the trouble
The noted specialist, Franklin Miles, M. !.,
J.i'. lv, naHiteu me prettier pari. 111 ui iiie
the studv of this sulilect. and the nrinrinai
ui- -overies concerning ft are due to b efforts.
Or. Miles Kestorative ixervltie, the unri
valed brain and nerve food. Is prepared on t he
principle that all nervous and many other
ili '.I ult ies originate from disorders of the
ne -veeenters. Its wonderful succes lnCnrlriL'
t'ie -e disorders Is testified to by thousands in
every part of the land.
Ke-ioratlve Ixervine cures sieepiessne
nervo ii prostration, dizziness, hystern. e
u.il ileliiity, St- itus dance, epilepsy, etc. j
Is f ree from opiates or dangerous drucs. 1
ts -uld on a punitive guarantee by all drill.-
ciMs. or sent direct by the Dr. Miles Medical
Co., Elkhart. Ind., on receipt of price. 11 per
ooimh six bottle tor a exoress preoaic
Estate of Jereph Win'cr, Deceased.
The onderiiiffried having been appointed "ie
cntrix of ihe last will and testament of Joseph
Winrer, late of the county of hock Islind, .
of Ulinoi", deceased, h -n by givo notice tha h -
will appear before the county court of Knck island
county, at the office of the clerk of eaid court, in
the city of Rock island, at the December term on
me first Vonilay in I'ccrinber next, at which time
all persons having claims ara net said estate are
notified and req'icted to attend, for the purpose
of having the sume adjuted. .Ml te-sons in
debted to said est te are requested to make in:
mediate payment to me nintt rsinea.
lMiil ibis In clfiv of Sep?-mo?r. A. U. 1SV3,
MAKIAN PES. WINTER,
JOTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Citv
Clerk' office. Kork Island, Hi., until Monday,
Oct. liith, 1S&3, at 5o'clock p m.. for ccnstirct ng
the improvement known s section No. rier
ed by an ordinance of the ci y of R ck lsUad. 1!1
passed June 7th. !S93.ent:tled "An ordinance for
the improvement of Seventeenth and Nineteenth
streets from the south line of Tnird to the North
line of Fourth avenne. and of Twenty third street
from the south line of Third to the north line of
Kounh ave .ue, from the sonth line of Fifth ave
nne east alone; sai 1 T enty-third street south to
a line 510 feet south of and parallel with the south
line of N'nth averne " Under the above ordi
nance, the said streets are ordered curbed with
curbstones, excavated and graded, improved and
pved with paving brick of good qnality.
nans ana specincations tor said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
Ah bids must be accompanied with a certified
fheck in the sum of 500 payable to the or
der of the treasurer of said cily, which shall be
coi e forfeited tn saidc ty in case the biader shall
tail to eiil.T into co tract with approved
sureties to en cute the work for the plans
mentioned in his bit and according to the 4lans
and so-.cifications in tlu tvjiit that the contrset
fiia 1 be awarded to hi:n.
The ci'y reserves the liirht to reiect anv cr all
Kock Island, II".. Sept. Si. 191.
A. l. UUaSlSt.;. City Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
Rock IsLasu Cointt, f '
In he circuit cinrt.ln i harcen :
Monree Swnnk vs Surah E. Manes fforniirlv
Swank) E. Anthony Mapes in th ir proper per
wu. and Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa-iie E. Swank and Edward S. Swank.
the minor heirs, of the lute Oauiel O. Swank, de
ceased, by John T. henworthy. iraardian ad lit
em Fori clo-ure gemral to. &503.
Notice 1? hereby fiven that bv virtce of a de
cree of said conn entered in the abuve entitled
cause on tueTth dy of September.A.D. 1893.1 shall
on Sa'nrday. the Ssth day of Oc:cber. A.D.1S93, at
the Uitur of So'clock in the aftern. on, at the court
house, tn the city of Rock h-land. in said county
of Rock Irland. to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic louut io me uiyu-'si oiaaer tor casn that cer
tain parcel of land, gituat in tbecocmvoi hoc
leiann and state of lll'.nois, known an I described
as follows, to-wit :
The south tmrt of the northeast quarter (') of
the southwe;t q.iarier I of section seventeen
I IT), in township eighteen (IS), north range two
(-), eastof the Fourth principal meridiin, con
tainiiii; leven (11 aid twenty-one (il) hun
dredths feres, 'n the township of Zuma.
Dated at Ro,k Island, Illinois, this 30th day cf
September, A. D. 1S9S. 11KNRV CVKTIS.
aster in Chancery, Rock Island County, 111.
McEnibt & McEmht. Complainant' so'icitors.
By virtneof a special execution and fee bill No.'
SiS issued out of theclork's oXre of the county
court of Ruck Islaud county, and state of Illinois,
aud to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment recently
obtained against Eli Bruusen. in favor of the
Mompvlicr Tile company, om of the lands, tene
ments, goods and chattels of the said defendant,
Eli Brunsen, I have levied npon the following
property, to-wit : Lot two (2) southeast fourth (lT
of section number thirty-two (3- lownhi num
ber seventeen (17) live (5 west of the fourth
principal meridian. Also lot two (2) southeast
quarter (4)o section thirty-five (55) township
seventeen (171 live (.') west of ihe fourth 4
principal meridian and snu'hwrst one quarter
l1) of southeast quarter (V, of section thtrtv-six
-6) township seventeen (17i n ve 1.5) we-t of the
fourih principa' meridian, in all containing one
hundred a' d eight (10S) acres, all of which is sit
uated iu the couuty of Kock island an 1 sta e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the (above named. Ell Brunsen,
in and to the above described property, on Satur
day, the Tth day of October, 193, at 8 o'clo k p.
m., at the north door of the court honse in the
city or Rock Island, in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
said executions and f je bills.
Dated at Rock Island this 15!b day cf Septem
ber, A. D. IS.
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County, Illinois.
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Instantly removes and forever destroys ob-
jectkinable ha r. whether npon the hands,
. face; arm or neck, without dii-coloratiou
C or injury totheniostdelicateskin. It was c
; MB KIITT TEARS Tig SSCKET FORMULA OK '
C KsA'-m's Wilson-, acknowledged by pbyn- o
; cions as the highest authority and tha
c' most eminent dermatologist and hair specia- 'a
list that ever lived. Durius his nrivatc prac-
tice of a life time among the noblity and ar- '
istocracy or Europe he prescribed this re-
cipe. Pb ck, $1 by mail, securely packed.
O Corresuondence confidential. Sole Agents
I for America. Address THE SKOOKl'X '
C ROOT HAIR GROWKK CO. DepL K., 5? c
c South 5th avenue, New York. o
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A- 0. HUESiNG
Represents, amon? oth.'r um .H
known Fire Insurance Com;,, nV.i
Snn FireOtHre. Irtn.i...
Vnien Ins. Co., of Calif '.riJa
Secnrity Ins. Co.. Ntw iIav, n ,.
Milwaukee Mechanic irw
Wis a M,
berman rire ins. Co., nf C:
Ofliee Cor. l-SU, Sl. .tn;i'
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVHjj,
Representing over 40 Million Doliu,
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Employer's Liatiitx I
Bonds of Suretyship.
t2T-8ecnre our nus: they will ;LUTeK J05
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
Insurance Agent. I
Tbe old Fire acd Time- tr:ta Con:;
Losses Promptly Paii.
Rates as low as any reliable cot?.;ar,v cil if
Vobt Fatrotaire is sj;.c:tcd.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Office Corner FifteeElh street atd Tt;rd Are.
Succeeds the Moline Savince iat. Ortin Kd:
5 Per CHI MEREST . AID D5 BEPOSIIi
Organized ncder Stitt Luw.
0. 1en from 9 a. m. to 3 i m., and Wtiurif
Saturday Eights fron.7 '.u
fOBTZB Seikxeb, - Pre!.;:'.
Ii. A. Aimswobtu. - Vicv lT . s .;C
1. F. Hemes wat, - - O-e
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wt' -.
C. A. Rose, H . A. A!r.t w jr.L.
G. H. Edwards, W. 11. A iir-.
Andrew Friberg, c. F. HesitLwjv,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the curie
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OHCUARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dakt, President.
J. S. PihT Cir'.xZ.
Mitchell & Lynde, Bankers
J. F. Kobmson, Cashier Kock - 'a -c' '
c. C. Carter, M . D. "
ienry Dart's Sens, Wholesale trr
r or n v lit i nut urn '. t !K.'hnn:t- a
i your druggist for a bottle ot
. it cures in a tew ;;
I without the aid or pti liiri: y a
I doctor. r,on-polsonoi;s a..u
aranteed not to rtrrcture.
i Tkt Vnitfrsal Amman Cir.
. Th Evans Cbeiciral Co
Royal Insurance Companv of r,
W esehefter Fire Jtis. c,,,,',,..; 'M
Buffalo German Ins. fcn-V' V'i N y
Rochester German Ins ( n tiv '
Citizens' Ir.e i .. ,' nof a'tr v