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rilE AllGUS, TUESDAY, OCTOHKli 3, .riKi.
THE TRAYTLLiW trCIDE.
Chicago, hock island pm'hc mail
way Depot eotnei fifth avetne and Thirty
tml street, Frank H . Piummer, aert.
'Eat. J IWest,
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fHICAGO KiLWAUKESA ST. Pa I L KAIL
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jT(!::ili s'ra;. between F:n: sr.d Scrotd
.swrnne, E. I. W. Holni'i.irttt.
TRAINS. I LaI ABRltl
Sail and fclxpres. j 7:i'u 9 30 .:
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ROCK INLAND PfcORIA RAILWAY DS
pot Fir: avenue and Twentieth street .
H. Rockwell, Asett.
8 :7)5 an 7 M S pm
2:) pra 1 :2S pm
9:10 am 3 0' i-m
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Ti Kail Express
CRL1NUTGN. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH-
era railway, depot foot of Bra !y streit.oav-
J.a..uanncean, (jen.l t t t a A.cnt
-Ltare Wert Davenport
Wft Liberty Trn n
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Swm)r s.nih nnl eat
atOST DTRKCT BOCTS TO TH
ast. South and Southeast.
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Arcomtniit or. trainf leave Ro'k It ar.l at
3w0. m. an i ii.ii p. m: a-r:ve a: Peoria :M p.
ra. rri 1 :i5 i. m. i.eave Peoj:a :J0 a. m. ar.d
7 :1S p. m; arr: Rocs l-.ttid ::) p. m and 1:45
i tram? r la da 1 exre.it Ssnd-.
Ail pa'-- i;r tra ct ar:vc and "depart Crlon
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Ftco Ca i.r ci'Oj T ii Ex;re hetweeii Rock
lalond a-. 1 JeTr.a. b r.a diec'.ioL.
Throaeu :,ctp' :o a ". pi n:; bac'afe checked
kroa to dcvitaiinn
Lv. R.--:a I-!a ; 9.10 am i.ii pm
in. Refmld' 10 JO am pm
Cthie 11.00 am 5.40 pm
L. Cable ... . am 1.50 pm
Ar. Keyno d- T.iiO am 1.45 pm
ii.Tck leiand 7. 55 am 8.00 pm
H. B. 8 CD LOW. n.. 'TOCKHOrei .
Saperinteodent .c"' Tkt. Aee t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Zest Dining Car Service in the World.
The Rock Island i . foremost in
dopti:i any advantage calculated
to improve s-pccil and jr.vc tliat lux
ury, s-ufcty and comfort that popular
patronage demands. lis fquipnient
ja thoroughly complete with visti
buled trains, nianilicent dining
cars, slejiers and chair coaches', all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
are a double, duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometime's
s task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers ou this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Tie Great Rock Island Route runs all
egnlar trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and yiu can save time and
(-ruble by pettirijr off at that point
,d avoid the crowd in the city.
Tor full particulars as to tickets,
suaps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcnl Tkt. & rasa. Apt., Chicago, 111.
5. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
It Currs Cotaa. Coagha. Son Tht sat. Cronp. Inflo
enza. Whooping Courh. Eroncl itia and Aathma.
A certain cure for Conaum&ao-i ia rst atagea,
and a sure relief ia advanced tu get. Vie at ones.
Ton will act the excellent esec: after taking tha
firat doae. Sold by dealers cvtrywher. Larj
bottlea 60 cent asl il.00.
ITTORNEY AT HW offlct in Mi:cheil &
i l-ynae new block
JACfCSOV e WlTtJc-r
ATTORNEYS AT LW office in t(fck I-Und
t .aiuuai vauk uuiiuiu, :u c iiacu. 111.
E. D. SW EESET. c. L. WALK' B.
. SWEENEY & WALKER.
TTORNEYS AND f Ol SSEL xtRS AT LAW
Office in Beni.-ton'e bl.x-k, i;.K:k Inland. 111.
C. J. SEARLE. s. V seaKLE.
SEARLE sr SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A -D COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and S.!iciior in Chancery, omce Buford'
block. Rock Island
McEXIRY & McENIRY.
AiToRNEYs AT LAW Loan money on cocni
" security, make cojlectio-is. Reference,
M .tclie.i i LyLdv, . ankers. Of ice in Postofflce
S W. ODELL.
ATTi RXEY AT LA w Former. y of Port Byro?
r ariJ uurlnt' in-. ,.a?i two yeare with the firm of
B owt-icl' Jt E:.:r t n at Moline, t as now opened
a ; oit.-e in tu. u i.tonnm balidltg. room 5, at
n. m. PEARci:.
tuxm 13 r .1 civil A Lyaati'e new biocu
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without pt;n by tte new
o 1716 second avenne. over K:ell t Mah.
Drs. Bickel &Schoemaker,
M'.tchel' fc Lynde's Block. Foms 29-81.
L. Hamhati. i . 1. BoroRD.
HAMMATT & BUF0RD.
XI 41. Mitchell A Lynde bail dins
GEO. P. STATJDTJHAR
r-lau and tsperctendenee for I cmar o.
tUK.m S3 and !K, Mitchell 4 Lynd. bcilduu;
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to ditate of the Eye
Office and rL-eidence 312 Twentleti street.
Office hours: 10 to li a.m., S to 4 and 7 to 8
V.M. Telephone No. 1J09.
Piiysician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
athtnn" ' m' 10 12 m" 1 10 3 p- nd
J . TL nollowbnsb, M, D. Geo. K, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DnYeiciANs and "urgkons,
Office 4fy 03rd . Tele .hone IW5
Kesidence TSl sist st. imh
orrick jocrr :
Dr, Barth jjr Hollo-vbusn
i to 10 a.m. 10 Mis . m.
ltoiad . to p.m. ato5and7toSp. m.
DR. CEIAS. M. ROEINSON
KYE, KAR, NOJE
-a ND THROAT
ranc Mci-uiloat-h Buiblii,g, 14 yy. 3d8t.
, , DAVEirpOKT, IA.
tloi.rs : H to 1) am : 1 to 4 Din.
I. F. Mve-ms. M. D Oeo. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHIIELER,
4ui-Kers- Bod Urneaw r Women
Office over Krell Sc MathV. Telephone 1148.
j . DB- "VEBS. DB. H HEELER.
to U a. m. 8 to 10 a. m.
to 5 and 7 U) 9 p. m 1 1 to 3 and 7 lo i p. m
Kis. teletihnne lai. ' Res. telei hone. 11.
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
k Injans Per ons Restore,"
Inpalliblb if taken as d:retd. Ai.u .fw
ifirxt day'M m rt. Treatise ml f 3 in : tvM! ie free to
Fit I4ti-nt3. they paving ertr-is hart .-son when
v-id nMirt1 tc H- KLINt.mt A- ti S:..c -u.lrlnhta P.
; t... --f e o' i:u rt, :a .-j 'js
COULDN'T FOOL THE ROOSTER.
The Farmer Tried to Stop Ilia Crowing;,
bnt It Didn't Work.
When Charlie Trifles went out into the
country for his health, he put tip at
Fanner Ellery Cranbt'rrrmarsh's place.
Farmir Ellery was something of 4 poul
try fcincier and had one of those Lis,
melodious, gamy cockerels of Buff Co
chin extraction, with a voice that was a
cross between the blowing of a geyser
and the sound of a three tined whistle on
a boiler factory. About 3 o'clock every
morning the rooster would arise on his
jierch, and standing on his tiptoes make
all the hens sick by letting go his voice
lilce the found of many waters.
It also broke up Charlie Trifles' slum
bers, and be was unable to woo them
tack by cigarettes or philosophy. He
made ccn.-idt-rable complaint to Uncle
Ellery. aud the old gentleman hunted
over his poultrybook and read as fol
lows: 'There is one simple device by which
a rooster can le reduced to complete
and acceptable silence. The lord can
not crow unless he is able to stand erect
and raise his head to the fullest extent.
Now if a 1 l.aik, cr even a lath, le placed
above his lu rch so that he cannot gain
an upright iKsiiion, he cannot possibly
mt up ins voice.
Here was the solution, and Uncle El
lery arranged laths alxwe all the perches.
In the early dawn In-fore milking time
Uucle Ellery crept cut to the hennery to
see how the device worked. The cock
had j:;st awakened and was trying to get
up to turn his lungs loose in his usual mat
utinal vociferation, but he was unable
to raise his head.N A hen ojh. ned one eye.
and seeing his dilemma smiled and
dropped off to sleep again. Uncle El
But the rooster was not to be foiled.
Recognizing his dilemma, he dropped off
the perch to the floor, got a good grip
on an adjacent crack in the loards so as
to trdce up the recoil of the crow, raised
himself up in tiptoe and let out his
lungs in away that pulled Charlie Trifles
out of lied and drove Lira to cigarettes.
Then after a satisfied "cur. cut, cor-r-r-r-r."
the rooster kicked a hen or two
off the mist and lr vitil off into a con
tented slumber. Minneapolis Journal.
A 11 Ilai- In ll:e sky.
Once in awhile a mete -r plnn.-ir.g in
to the atimrpliere of the ourth is n-it'aer
consumed by the in-.it dt-vt Ii-jhhI through
friction liv-r prtvipi:::t-d upi.uthe sarface
of the gl..l but ptir.-u- s i;s way out
into tijHii sp.n-e ag-tiii.
Its brief c.irtvr with.in human ken mav
be comp.arej to that of .1 comet traveling
in a parabolic orbit, whit. h. as if yielding
to a headlong curiuMty, almost pinnies
into the su:i and ihen hastens away
again, never to return.
Ia July, one if these escaping
meteors-was -en in Austria and Italy.
Careful computations based upon tlie
observations which wi re made in vari
ous places have shown that it was visi
ble along a track ia the upper air about
C0 miles in length. When at its nearest
point to the earth, it was elevated 42
miles above the surface.
From this jomt it receded from the
earth, its elev.-.tion when last seen being
no less than fp miles.
Although the resistance of the atmos
phere was not sufficient to destroy the
motion of this strange visitor, which con
tented itself with so brief a glimpse of
our globe, yet it carried the effects of
that resistance out into space with it
and can never shake them off.
No matter what its previous course
may have been, the retardation that it
suffered during its passage through the
air sufficed to turn it into a different di
rection and to send it along another
path than that which it Lad In-en follow
ing. Youth's Companion.
A recent improvement in photography
enables the artist to overcome to a con
siderable extent the difficulty of preserv
ing the natural expression of the sitter
during the necessary jhthkI of exposure.
It seems that, notwithstanding this pe
riod has been greatly shortened in vari
ous ways, particularly by the adoption
to such an extent of the magnesium light,
with its unique advanta ges, nervousness
is so prevalent among those who sit be
fore the camera thnt th or :cr ha-;
6till found the interval t-.o pr 1 --"ti .
the perfect acciiupli!.:itet or v--r. .
Herr Haag of Str;t:;rt -:::iti.s . -t
and overcome the 1 rouble 1:1 cue- . :
means of a change iu th i:i.tgi-i .
of the magnesium i' m.-.'.-it. ; f..r :
purpose what are 1 ... -1 11 - :t-. ; (
tridges, which c;.r.-.- u- . -...i. is .; .
velopmcnt of hu;.:i.-,!s:ty ;- aiv se
alight in one tenth if ;. s'-cn::.i l.v means
of electricity. The so cai; -d mtrr.ral
photographs taken by this Jirocevs t.re
baid to preserve the L..fnt;:l espressiou
and luomentary play of the features with
extraordinary clearness and exactitude,
but the operation requires so much skill
and jiractice that it is said to lie carried
on ouly by a single photograjiher in 13er
liu. Berlin Letter.
Fi-imn'ce, I ee-naiiee uud Fin-aiiee.
'How ought it to be pronounced? All
the exjierts ou the subiect, like Yoor
hees, Allison, Sherman and Bland, call it
"fi-nance," with the accent on the first
syllable. Most of the southerners make
it "fee-nance," with a lingering drawl.
Nobody yet has caught the classical
touch, "fiu-ance," except Fasco and Pef
fer. But they are right. Cor. New
"F.t Dtctor Bills Bake Lean Wills."
But Dr. gage's Catarrh Komedy cons less than
one doctor's visit. Catarrh it! a loath jomo, dan
gerous disease, auti thetiine h e come when to
suffer from It is a disgrace. No person c f culture
and refinement Carei to tLfliet np-iti his friends
his offensive brea'h. dlsenstiiijf bawkiiir and
spitting and disagreeable efforts to breathe freely
and cl ar the tliroal aud n'S'i h e On. cul
tured and refined use of Dr. bugtfj Catarrh Rem
ejy. And no wise and pruder.t man carts to run
the risk of leaving his farut y itbont a protector,
by letting his "slight catarrh" run into serious or
fatal throat and lung troubles, hence the witc and
ptndent use of Dr. safe's Catarrh KerncO. The
proprietors of ties remedy are so cuiSdeut ot I s
curative properties that they hav.- ru. Ie a stand
lug offer of a reward o! $o00 for a c'se they can
lint cure . ,
TliacLeray aaI tKe Men of Today.
"A gentleman by iie a.tuie of Tha'k
eray, v,-Iio once wzvt some btKiks," de
fines a gentlemu ::s "one having high
aims." Judged by this standard, my
chappy friend, "where are we?" Most
of us are absorbed ia a desire to wear
good clot lies, to own horses or boats, to
go to races a::d be t. to drink all the new
combinations of r.bominable staffs, to go
to comic operA and get up an affair with
a chorus grl. These are our "high
aims." Heaven save the mark! . I know
cf n man who the other night robed him
self ia a flowing tiik and did it serpentine
dance. Taney it a m m! Truly this is
the day of vandevil'e. We Cud thebone
less man more iu',e:cs:ing than Ilamht,
and we 1 r. fcr "T.i-ra-ra-boom-de-ay" la
dies to the tragedienne. Our pianos are
loaded with concert hall classics of the
"Daddy Wouldn't Buy Me a Bow Wow"
order. To L::o Die honor of the ac
quaintance of one of the paiutiil ladies
of the ballet is t occupy a position of
enviable distinct!. -a, and to ie a real
"stage door J. h.:niy"is lienor than to be
the writer of . .my 5-ooks.
Be..r Mr. i.:.Lcker.iy, ynu really must
have been i.;.i.;e.i ;,iHut those "nigh
aims." We are quite rare we aiv ;.ll
gentlemen, i.n l yen la.ow you ivully
couldn't call o;.r i..-p;rtius and long
ings "high aims." Let me place vou
right. The true geutlt man is he who
wears the most swagger clothes, who
talks in the most exa:- rated way, who
can drink aud bet and swear, who can
most recklessly squander his (or some
body else's) mot.ey, and whose intimate
associates are the ladies of the chorus
and the gentlemen of the turf. Oh, yes,
Mr. Thackeray, yon were quite wrong,
or else we are. Which? Harper's Ba
zar. How suynr ?TeIt?.
If we dr p a lump of Migar iuto a cup
of tea. tee find it takes a considerable
time to mlt if allowed tor-iuai: at the
bottom of the vessel, but if we hold it
up in the sjioon Hear the surface of the
liquid it dissolvis much more speedily.
This is owing to the sitgr.r. :.s it melts.
rei:.: ring i.-.e portun or ti:e
taimn:; u heav-.tr.
The swictt le. .1 part,
, leaving ihe s-...;.;r
constantly in contact wit.i nnsv.-c-t- ne.i
or vt'.'y purtia'ly s v. eet; :;e.l tea. i:. f.;et,
a e-:i". !i:"-.;;l circul.'.tion if f.'nl isjro
tai .;? 1 until the whole is ii -olved.
Wh-.-u the sr. nir is p!;--e 1 oriri.ii::ed
to lie at the 1, i.t .'ii i f the cup. i; ".;s.
solves until the h.y, r 'f fluid i-.' .it it i
.lysv..-.:. : 1 e.rs : ::- ned. wk :i
it jTacticai'.y iv..-. s to di
tlu-r. the swee:e::t d and 1
olvt any fr.r
:v:e r sir.ituia
above it acting f -r a con-:..- ra'.le t
until the law of diffusion cotat-s grad
ually into play, like an imp' rvii -as cov
ering in keeping back the lighter nn
sweetftied fluid above.
llen.-e the reason also why stirrinir. in
brtuking up th-- saturated L:y( r and al
lowing access to the unsweetened 'r
tion. is so effectual in bringing about
the uniform sweetening of tea. Life is
not infrequently sweetened by the same
stirring up process. Brooklyn Eagle.
Sow Try This
It v ill cost you nothing and will
surely uo you good, if you have a
cough, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lungs. Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or money will In- paid back.
Miffercrs from la grippe found it ju-t
the thing and under its u-e had a
speedy and perfect recoverv. Trv a
Sample bottle at our cxper.ee and
learn for your-clf just how good a
thing it is. .Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmeyer's drug store. Lar;e
size one and 1.
S. II. Clifford, New Castle. Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell awav,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard. Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his leg is sound and well. John
SpeaVer, Catawba, Ohio. had live large
fever sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and one box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely." Sold bv
H.triz iv. Ullemeycr's drug store.
BfCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
"-c best salve in the world for cuts,
es, -ores, ulcers, salt rheum-
soies, tetter, chapped hands,
tin-, corns, and all skin erup.
-t nd pes; ively cures piles or
t j . equired. It is guaranteed
j gi"-' irfeet satisfaction, or money
.efunivl. l'rice 25 cents per box.
Kr sahi b, Ilartz & Ullenievcr
When Baby vras sick, we pave tier castoria.
When f he vi-aa b Child, she cried for Castor ia.
When she became Miss, she cluug to Castoria.
Whea she had Civil dren, she gave them Castor la
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Chiltfreii Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
Hie Human Electrical Forces !
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the hum-.n bod?- a
tlie nerve fluid may be termed, 1, hu
ci illi attractive department of scieac j
ewrts so marked an Influence ca t!.C l. 1
of the organs of the body. Nerve for, '
linMueed by the bralu and coavt .Veil by
!:ieans of the nerves to the various or-. t.s -r
slie IkhI-. thussiipplyiiig the latter wilL tlii
iia ity neees-nry to m
suiv their healt i. Th.
liiieuniiuastriv: nerve. :is
slio.vti here, may be said
I- U-1 he most imiiortaut
ef .lie entire nerve sys
le :i. as it supplies the
"-.ri. i itus, stomaeli,
'"'vk e'., with the
nerse fnr.-e iie-esary to
'o p :li. :n a'tiv and
i.K i.tiiy. A wilt no seen
i v ..a-cm the Umi nerve
lie- eiuliiiu from the
l.:.-e of the brain and
ter uiiiatinj in tlu bow
e . i In: iitieuaiOirastrie.
i:ie tlm numerous 1 it
t eranehes supply thej
!. .rt. hni.'i aud stom
a i wiiii nrti-sarv vi
'. ty. Wlieu the brain
! .':iies in any way dis
' " ere4 by irritability
: exiiuustion. the nerve
i r. e whieu it supplies
i-ti ened. and the or--oi-
re-'.-ivinj the di-
Il.1wl1.44l niivilv n r. .nit.
s. le'i'lv eafceuel. T"ai
i-.iyscians generally fall to recucnize.
f importance of this fact, bur treat the
- ei itself instead of the cause of l he trouble
: ! noted sjieeialist. Franklin Miles. M. 1).,
1 . it , ha-civen the preater part of his life
t study of ibis subject, and the i.rin. lp:il
ui- -ovenes concerning it areduetohi-edort-.
iliies' Kfstorative Nervine, the unri
v::...l brain and nerve f,xni, is prepared on the
pr-H Inie that all nervous and many other
'.i i:-iu-s oricinate from disorders of the
te -.eivnters. Its wonderful sueces-inC'irl i.
t .e e thsorders Ls testitied to by thousands ia
e. rv-part of the land.
tv'-iorat ive Nervine rim's sleeplessne
1. 1 i.o is prostration, dizziness, livsieria. se
i..il i.ei'iii'y, -t. Vitus dance, eptfepsv. etc.
tree fro n opiates or danperou- drue-.
N -.lid on po-itive cuarantee bv ail dri -pi-t.-.
r sent uireet by the Or. Mili-s Meul-a.
v o.. Elkii.irt, 1 Hti., ou receipt of pri.-e Si i. r
mki f. six bottle- f,;e xDrss prepaid
OOO ..O..O..O..O..O..O..O..O.. ooo
) Hair Death;
- instantle removes ami foree- destroy ob -
" jecMonabie ha r mhe;h,ir utKin Ibe han'?:,
- face, ami or nee. w-tout di co'ora'ioii
s or inj-iry to the most delicate sVin, It was
1 PrB F1FTT T AKS THS S - CISET POicacLA OP 1
c Bn rs Wilson, x'iw lecjred by pyl- c
; clous as the h jfhe-t a:rhon:v and 'the '
- misr em:;i''t.t oernia oloL:-t and hsir -jie -ia- -
- list th ii -v r lived. Oiini:i: hi'tir'vate prac-
' ticeof a life I m amoiij the noblltv autl ar- V
isToi'ra.-y of Europ.- he j,rtscr bed thi re- T
c pe. i s E. $1 bv t n. siearely jiackel.
- i'orrcsn.inde:.c coin eut1. Se-e A-jenrs
.' f r Areerit-a. Aildn-ss T!lS-KOiKfM 1
liOOT Al!t fitOV Ci. Dept. K.. 57 e
i so:ith bin awn-ie. New Yi rk. S
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jXKCUTora N OTIC 2
Estate of Jo-eph Winrer. Deceased.
Tne unoerslfmed having been appointed ,-ze
cutrix or the last will and testament of Joseph
Winder, late of the county of hock Island, -cf
lllino-1-. deceased, hereby gives notice tha sh
will apjiear be five the conntv court of Rock island
conrty. at the office of the c!erk of said court, in
the city of Kock island, at the December u rm on
the first Monday in -ec ember next, at which time
all persoLS havine claims at-a est said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjn-ted. .ill persors in.
dehted tosaid i st te are requested to make itr
med ate paynn i t to the nndt-rsiirned.
Daied thir lSih dav of .-epiemb r. T) if3
MA HI AN sPEs. WINTER," '
OTICK TO CONTKACTOKS.
St a!od proposals will he r-ceived at the City
Clerk' office. Ketk island. 111., cmii Mondav,
On. lfita. lSi. at 5 o'clock p ra.. fcr c-unret as
the -.mpiovenieat known ; s ec:ita No. r Jt-r-ed
by annrdirauce of the ci ! v of ri ck!-":d 11
p:isseu -tune fi 1-1 :!. ict : led "An ordinan -e for
" nr.in em- i.te' Seventeerth and Sinttoenth
streets fr..in the s uih line ef Tutrd to th.- North
i.i;e of ro.irth avenue, and of Twentv thir l street
from the sen. hUne or Thirl to the i'or:h 1 n of
Fou-thave ue, fr ni tlie tin :i lme , f K.fth svt..
n"e e.ii 1. iu sai i T e:.ty thlni -tre, t sou:ht
a line .Mil fe. t n .ih of and piralel ,ih the south
l:ne of N n:h averue ' I'm t r the above ordi
nance. Mk- Miid str -e's are ordered c :rb, d with
ctirbsto:ie-, , xcivat-d and erau-d. improvedacd
p ived with uav.ni: brxk ir good qua'itv
1' an and sitfiiattons f..r sa:d improvement
on Sle at the Cay Clerk's office.
Al bids mnst be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $5'u pavable to tfce or
der of the trea-mer of said env, which shall be
co i e forfeited to saldc ty incise the bidder shall
rail to entir into co uact with approved
sureties to ex. cute the work for the plans
mentioned In hi bid and according to the plana
and sp-cflratim in ths event that the contract
tha 1 be awardel to bi.n.
bj; ci-y reserves the tigbt to reject any or all
Kock Island. II'... Sept. 42. lll.
A. 1. Ufa SI S G. City Clerk .
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
Rock Island Couktt. i""
In the circoit cnnrt.ln rhar.cen :
Monroe Swar.k vs Sarali E. Ma pes (fonuerlv
swark)E. Anthony Mane in th. ir i rop-r rwr
sou. and Mury L. f wank, John M. swank Ida M
Swank. Sa.iie E. Sw ank and Edward S Swank"
the minor heirs of the late Daniel t' Swank de
ceased, by John T. Kenw,ir:hv. cuardian ad lit
em -Ion closure general No. SJ03.
Notice is hereby tiven that bv v.rtce of a de
cree of said court entered in tlie above entit'ed
cause on tueTih dsy of Septemlier.A.D. IS1)? I shall
ou Saturday, the .'stb day of .H.--cber. a D i-yl at
the nour of 4 o'clock In the aftern, on. at tbVco'urt
bonse, in the city or Rock Island, in sai t county
or Kock Ilalld. to fatisfy sid decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hii-hest bidder for cash that ce--taia
parcel of lnd. sltuat i in the ccutv oi eocc
Isiana and state of Illinois, known an I described
a follows, to-wtt :
The south part of the northeast quarter O.) of
th- sonthwe-t quarter (i-4 of section seventeen
ll), in township eighteen (lSi. north ran -- two
nil. eat of the Fourth princ nai moridiin. con-:ainin-.lvv,-u
(11 aid twenty... :i- eil) hun
undilis i cres. n ihe township of Zurns.
Dated at Ru.k Uland, Illinois, thi :Vuh day of
September. A. D. 1S33. 11 aNK Cl'KTl-
' aster in Chancery. Rock Island Countv. 111.
SCcEmbt a McEmky. CompUinant's so'icitors
By vlrtne of a special execution and fee bill No
SiS issnedontof theclrk o91ceof the county
court of Kock Island connty. and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amoont of a certain Judgment recently
obtained auaiust Eli Brnnsen. in favor of the
Mompclier Tile company, o'.t of the land, tene
ments, goods and chattels of the said defendant
Eli Bruuseu. 1 have levied npon the following
property, to-wit : Lot two southeast fonrth (4)
of section number thirty-two t3-. township num
ber seventeen (17 live i5l west ef the fonrth
pnncpal meridiau. Also lot two i southeast
quarter ('4)o section thirty-five (S5) township
seventeen u7) rive (51 west of the fourth (4)
principal meridiau and southwest one quarter
t1) of southeast quarter (f section tbittv-six
fcbl township seventeen (17) fi ve .M west of the
fourih prmcita meridian, in all ontiininff one
hundred n'-d eipbt (lu-) aerrs. all or wh.eh is sit
uated in the county or iijet Is.and ant s:a e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the rlfht, title
and interest of the above named. E'.i Brunseo.
tn and to the ebove described prnpertv, on Satur
day, the 7th day of October, ls(. at 2 o'clo k p.
m.,at the north door of the court house in the
city of Kock Island, in the countv of Kock Island
and stat of 1 i ;l-w., - r.,. ; ..' i, - .i ... .
eaiii executions and f t bills.
uateu at Koe iaiAI1d this 15:h day cf Septem
ber, A. D.lst.
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock Island County, Illinois.
0 HU tSING
Represents, amon other tlmc-Vel --i..
known Fire Insurance Coimiac'e t . ' ''"'
Royal Insurance Companv. nf E- ' i
W eschester K.re Ins. Companv ".Tf ..
lfnlTaio German Ins. Ceinnai V V ' '.
Rochester German In. Co., n.A.'. "t "'vV T
Citizens' Irs. Co., of I'-tbi r - t '
sun Fire 0:!ice, London. '" ""'
Uniaii Its. Co., of Cai.f.irr.ia
Security Ins. Co., New llavm e-.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co " v
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pecrla, I::.
Office Cor. ISth St. and .-
Bock Islam,. Iil
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLEAVELAJJD
Uej-resenting over 40 Million DV.lws
of Cash Assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 21, V.:tchell & Lvc.lc'. Vo.-,
dork Island, Ills. ' 0 0,J
CifrSecnre our rates: they will -Merest ye-
J M BUFORD,
Genera! . .
The old Fire ani Time-tr.cd Co-t iL-i
Losses Promptly Paid.
Sate as 'ow a any reliable comnai.v nr.
on Patronaae :s sol:c:tJi.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
Office Comer Fifteehth street and Tt.ro Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savinzs i-att. Ort-icisedls?.
5 PerCBT imm .AID OX PEPi'SIIs.
Ort-actzed utdcr S'-tte Laws.
Open from 9 a. m. to 3 m., acd Wviscsdiy a;i
Saturday night fromT :o pra
B. A. AlNsWOKTH,
J. F. Heuenway,
For.er Skinner. w w We"
d"d' W. H. Adams.
Andrew Fnberg, C. UemeLWay.
iiir&m Pari 1 ng.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the cardan
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OKCUAKD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. Dakt Cashier.
Back " Kotlnon' Cashier Hock Island Na lot a
e . C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Daxt's Sens. Wnolesa e Groers.
v.r.FSEritCTIO'CllTRWO. frs. .1.1.
Corroini.'iWtTl!"- PEEVESI3 BTRiCTll
t: 1 i't ii.n i'iiciiHciii.rK.
-t,IST:l. SeattescT A-i W,i ir ItA
Cor. Michiasn 1, m u rTrTTh.
- v muiliVB at, vnii.Auu.
THOOUOH IHSTRUCTIOK. CMtAP boahoinc.
il5nt.repf oj' building
.. e. srwov.- 0. 3L ro VFKJj. Pria