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THE AllGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOJJEll 4, JM.KI.
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THE TRATELEKV HCIDE.
CH1CaOO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot cornet Fifth avenue and Thirty
ttot ttreet. Frank H . Plumroer. agent.
TRAIN'S- East, j ;West,
Cnoiwil bind!' Minnt-eo- ' i
fcDtT ElF''" t '-OS am 4 :-l5 am
Kmu City Day ftxi.-r.-se... 10:50 pm, 6:14 am
Washington Express U ;i fro 8:13 pm
1 Express 7 :45 am ":5 pm
UaMiia and Denver Veti-1 I
tide Rxprera ( 3 45 am 8:20 am
TlWorth.D nver& inCIti :5U am 11 :K pm
ftmrt-Kock Isi-ind Express 5:10 pm' 9:00 am
fit. Paul and Minneapolis 6:17 am 9:(lf pm
Kansas City ar.d M. Joe. ... ti:40 am S :35 pm
a Moines, Omaha A Li a-1
crtn ( :40 nm!10:J0 pm
Da'Jy. tG-'ing eaM. ;'-n'ne wti.
F. H.Pl.l'MUER. Act.
All in. Gen. Aft. Psss. Dept. Davenport
T3CKLiSGT0 rtvL':j-C, B. A V. RAIL
aj Depot First avtis; and SixusDtb st.
iX J. ioulc, asrcnl.
Mv t:Tew ....
41 ! Biurets ... .
Mmrammn Dcs enge.-.
6.45 an-i ":'V pm
7 :4.- pir i 6 :85 a Ti
7:UJ pa. 7.55 an
8:S0 pm in -45 am
7:Wm C M pm
9:50 am 5:"8 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
wny Rscine & Socthweslern Division De
yt Twentieth s:ret. between First acd Second
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes. agent.
LlANB I ABHIVB.
7:(i"ail. j 9.3tl pin
4 4 J pro i ll:4- rts
' :4 m 0 -n
Nail and otxpresn
St. .Pad Expr-ss
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAT DR
pot First avenue and Twentieth aireet. F.
B. Rockwell, Agent.
"sat Mall Express
Cable Accommodation .
i Lctvi Aamvk
. sToSam 7:C5 pm
. 9:10 am 3 01 pm
I 4:.TT nm n
CRUSGTON. CEDAR R APIDS NORTH
1 era railway, depot f ot of Brady street. Pav-
J.g.uanueiran, lien.T'at rass Aent
Leave West Davenport.
West Libert v TrAin
M:55 pmbll) 45am
t CO air. bll;15 pm
North. ;S nth.
. ... b7:.S .in h0:npm
. ... al0:3'i pm 4 Sua a
... ati 45 am
.. , hi :15 pm !::iam
.... b9:l5.m M :15pm
. ... hll:5oatn
aDuily. bD.iily except Sunday .
Ctaing South and cast
03T DTRBCT 30CT TO TE
East, South and Southeast,
.1 8:0t am
3 :57 pm
4 :M pm
4 :55 pm
Lf. Rock Is'and.
SrnlT .. ...
8 :4a am
.. II :15 am
9i. Louis .. .
. 1:15 pm
. 3:40 pm
. 4'0C pm
.' 3:5! pm'
. 6:55 pm
. 1:20 am!
. 7:30 pm1
. 11:00 pm!
10: 00 am
7. 10 n't
10:10 am 3:50 pm
! 1 :3ft pm 7 -fiS pm
A.XTimraod.it'ot: tra-.ns cave Rock Island at
JXVa. m. ncJ C.-'O p. m ; arr.ve at Peoria 2:50 p.
tl and 1 :15 s. m. Leave Peojia 6:no a. m. and
1 :K p. m ; arr.ve Uock IsUnd 4 :00 p. m ai.d 1 :S5
JJ train no daily exce.it Sunday.
iJtpnse'ie-jr tra.es arr.e acd "depart Tnion
Fri:e Cnair e on Ft Express between Rock
latmd and Peoria, botb directions.
Throutrti tione's to aU points; ba'i-'ate checked
Aceotn. I Accoai.
Lt. Rrcc I!aid 9.1 am 1.00 pm
An. Reyno ds.... 10.20 am 5.06 pm
Cahie 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
L. Cinle , 6.2" am 11.50 pm
At. Reynold , 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Bock Isiand i 7.55 am 3.00 pm
B. B. 8UDLOW -iT(.CKHOT7SB
Superintendent. 3 Tkt. Aeet t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
3et Dining Car Service ia the World.
The Kock Island is foremost iu
Mliptiujr any advantage ealeulated
to improve speed and jrive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
jmlronae demands. Its equipment
3S thoroughly complete with vesti
iniled trains. majrnilieent diuinr
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
yaitliTnl and capable management
Mil polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. The'
srt a double duty to the company
6D1 to travelers and it is sometime's
a task ttiflicult of accomplishment.
Pussenjjers on this line will tind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great Rock Island Route runs all
,., 'uar trains to Enjrlewood subur
3un station, close to World's Fair
vTOULtls, and you can save time and
'TMible by gettinp; oil at that point
.nil avoid' the crowd in the city.
JYr full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to an' coupou
ticket oilice in the United States,
Camilla or Mexico, or address:
J NO. SEBASTIAN,
;cn,l Tkt. & V -. A-t., Chica-o, 111.
S. St John, Gen"! Mjjr. Chicago III
KM I a: til.. w
THE NEXT MORNING f EEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Ut donor sars it arts ppI tly on the stomach,
liver and kirtnevs. and is a pit asant laxative. This
drink Is made from herbs, and is prepared for use
as easily as tea. It is railed
AUdnicpiWsc!' it at 5c. an l$l a park?- If yoa
cannot K-t it. eend your ad4r m for a free sample.
Lanffi Family Mrdlrlnc novrn ihr bowrl
iifbiaT Jnorlert4"hhea thy this is neeemtury.
Addrea ORATOK h WOOU.'ARD, Lt Koy. -S.V
Attorney at L4W oiace in Mitchell i
Lytiat s new block
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS A r LW ctlce in Keck I!and
National Bunk 1 ilildini?. K.x: Inland, 111.
r. D. EEEV. C. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEY'S AXr COUNSELLORS ATLAW
Oillce in Bcnstoa's bloc, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. SEAKLS. S. W. SEAKLE.
SEARLE ec SEARLE.
ATTORXEYS ASD COl'N'S CLLORS AT LAW
and So'iriior" in Chanc.-ry; occ Bufqrd's
block, Uock Isltnd
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORN EYS AT LAW Loan money on frood
security, muke collet tions. "Reference,
M tchcli i Lvcde, tankers. Office in I'ostomce
S. W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Fonnerly of Port Byron,
and uuritu: n-- past two yt-ar with the nrm of
B-owntr.iT Jt Ei.Tr:kt-n at Molii e, has now opened
ai office in in.- nd'.toriam bjiidlcg, room &, at
11. M. FEARCE.
noom C .l n-.tcnei; Jt Lynle'snew biocs
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted wlthon pam by the nev
Nj 1716 Second avenoe. over Kre'.'. it Math's.
Drs. Bickel &ScLoemaker,
Mitchel1 & Lynde'a Block. Rooms 29-81
EOWAEO L. BAattATl. tLi':K II. BuPOKD.
HAM MATT & BUFORD,
ARCHITECTS. Rock Island. Ill OfBce-Room
41, Mitchell i Lynde bull !in.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plats and saperintendence for al! class -v.
ttu.itat 53 and 55, Mitchell & L 'nde bmldmp
DR. W. Y. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to d seasts of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hours: IS to 13 a.m., 3 to 4 and 7 to S
p. . Telephone No. 1409.
Physician and Surgeon,
1131 Tiiikd Ave
Telephone 1270. Rocs Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. in. to 12 -n., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Holiowbush, M, D, C eo. E, Burth, M. D
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
Physicians and SmoKoNe,
office 4(W23rd st. Telephone lot
Residence 7S1 Slst si. uss
oppice aorRf :
Dr. Barth i I)r. I.ollowbush
"to 10 a.m. 10 to 1-.' a.m.
1 to and 7 lob p.m. i tc 5 aLd 7 tt S p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON .
EYE, EAR, NO-E
iflice McCullonh Building, 134 W. 3d St.
ao ire : w to II am : 1 to 4 uio.
J. F. Mtbhs, M. D. Geo. W. Whekleb, M. D
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
ursry anils Uiaeasrs of IVsmrn
Office over Krell 3c Math's. Telephone 1143.
OFFICE HOURS :
DR. MYERS I ;R. WflEELEB.
1J tola a.m. 'IStolOa. m.
8 to 5 acd 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to J aud 7 to p,
lies, telephone la. 1 Res. teleiiboiie. lln.
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Take E levari r.
rHtlSTt PPED FREE
ji ly Fa AI. r-iut svfees t. ...
- 3 ' II 13 Insann Persons Restore.
U II PJ'JD'-.KLINE 8 GREAT
.3 , m hf f nerveRestorff?
INPAI liulb if taken as dire- :ed. .V lit -f:t
firtt tt.yt tr. TrratlX! Ant J t t-ial tt:Ie fret- to
I-it patients, they pavinc chprev vlMriresonNi lwa
r- rive-l. S?nd nam-,. P. O- an 1 eTre- sd.ireu ol
'e.1 T PK.Kl.lNi-:.o S-h St..Phua.lf lphi.1 Pa.
Joslin, Oct. 3. Mr. Bender has
sold his blacksmith shop amtthe lot
upon which it stands to E. Dotinahey,
Frank. Daily has purchased Mr.
Bender's tools and will be the future
blacksmith at Joslin.
The God-iven-natural law of sup
ply and demand should be the gov
ernor and controller of prices.
Mr. Bender, our blacksmith, on
account of ill healt'i. is giving up
blacksmithiu;, and has rented Kerry
We are told thau there are 9,0 k.
()U farmers in this country. The
question then may be asked what
could the farmers do for themselves
at the ballot box if they we so dis
posed? William Nold took po-.es.-ion of
the Joslin postoilice on Mondav
last. It was moved from W. H.
W hiteMde's to Mr. lonnahey"s store,
yir. Oonnahoy having ijualilied as
Some time aj;o. when Tom Reed,
was attempting to enforce his cast
iron rules with regard to counting a
ipiorum, McKinley made a speech." in
which he admitted that he had tilli
bu stored; but he was now ashamed of
himself, every time he thought of it."1
We said then. V. and you will do
it aain. just as soon as a favorable
opportunity presents itsMf."' Now
what is the same jiarty doinij in the
Mr. McKinlev's recent speech in
Ohio was a shuffling evasion through
out. His pretense that the fear of
free trade caused the people to draw
their money out of the banks and
hide it. was an insult to intelligent
people. His talk about the foreigner
paying the tariff, combined with the
statement that the removal of the
tariff would depress prices, was a
piece of political tomfoolery, Anv
one can see that if the foreigner pav's
the tariff, the tariff does not advance
prices. If the tariff does advance
prices, it is not paid by the foreigner.
We have been told over and over
ayrain that we have in circulation 1
per capita, or about seventeen hun
dred million dollars. How do they
arrive at that fact? Is it not pretty
much iruess work.' Is it not the sup
position that all the ijold coin, which
was issued before the present gener
ation of people was born, is still in
existence, ami all in circulation. It
likewise claimed that we have in
circulation ;Vvi,o!H.im in "Teen-
backs. How do they know? The
fact is these greenbacks were issued
a feneration aro. They have been
lost. sunk, destroyed in railroad
wrecks, burned up in fires, worn out
in the pockets of the people, eaten up
by mice and rats, blown awav bv
cvclones. covered bv earthquakes.
sunk in the ocean and washed awav
by floods, and beinj; subjected to all
these destructive influences, how
does anybody know the amount of
jrreenbacks we have in circulation?
rhen. airain, suppose the amount of
ubsidiarv coin has been calculated
upon the same basis, supposing that
none of it has ever been worn out or
lestroved. Taking evervthiiiir into
consideration, I feel pretty certain
mat io per capita wouM lie nearer
the truth. Mi lti m :n ru:v.
Sou- Try lins
It will cost you nothing and will
urely mi you ixood. if you have a
coii'Mi. cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lmis. Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for consumption.
u;:hs or colds is "uaranteed to irive
relief, or money will be paid back.
sufferers from la irrippe found it iust
the thinp; and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
.Sample bottle at our expence "and
learn for yourself just how pood a
thinp it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and Ulmever's drii!r store. Lare
size 50c anil $ 1.
.S. II. Clifford, New Castle. Wis..
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach ias dis
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarminir decree, appetite fell avav.
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Shcppard. Harrisliur. 111.,
had a riiutiiiiir sore on his le"
ci-lit year-' standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and. seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his bp is sound and well. John
Speal er.Catau ba. Ohio. had live lare
fever .-(ires on his lep. doctors aid he
was incurable. One bottle Electric
Bitters and c-ne box Buckley's Arnica
salve cured him entirely." Sold by
Hart. .V I'llemeyer's drup store.
Ul'CKLEX S AKMCA SALVE.
'lie best salve in the world for cuts,
ses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
ir sores, tetter, chapped hands,
. i litis, corns, and all skin erup,
-t s and posi ,i vely cures piles or
c p 17 required. It is guaranteed
.j o-ira perfect satisfaction, or motiev
refuoiei. Price 25 cents per box.
1-cr sale by Hartz & Ullemeyer
The ljit Harvest Kxeurslon.
The last harvest excursion of the
season on the C. M. & St. P. will
leave Rock Island Oct. 10. The fare
for the round trip will be one fare
plus $2. Tickets will be pood for re
turn 20 days from date of sale. The
public will be governed accordingly.
E. 1). W. Holmes, Apt."
AVorld- Fair I'.nmi.
Burlinpton route, C, B. & Q. r:l
vay, will sell 30-day limit excursion
tickets to Chicapo and return at$G.97,
and excursion tickets limited pood to
return any day to and including Nov.
15, 193, at For further informa
tion apply to
M.'J. Young, Ticket Agent.
II. D. Mack Div. Pass. A-u,
Rock Island, 111
Income From German Hallway Stations.
It is the custom iu Germany not to al
low pel-sons on the platforms of railroad
stations save the actual travelers except
on payment of a small fee. which fee in
large cities constitutes (pute an income.
Thus during the eiUt months from Jan
uary to August. 1892, the Friedriek
Strasse station iu Berlin took 24,576
marks, the Alexander Platz station 13,
779 marks, the Milesian station 12,204
marks and the Potsdam station 8.221
marks. American Register.
O, woman, dtspair.ng and wretched,
Dreading, yet loiiflrg. to die.
Hoar the glad ctao:u that ri?es,
Filli g the dome of the sky.
".ister-, be g!ad. there's he'p to be hud :
N'o lots T be miserable, e'oomy and sad ;
Lost health i cniu,"' rum out the refiain,
'foor creatures, be healthy a d happy sjtain .'
Uo? Byt ikin? Dr. ri;rce's Favor te Pre
scription, the wcrld's cr-atest romcd'.- f r all
kinds of diseaes p-cn iar to women. It brings
back tone and v g r to the systen " aker.vd hy
those distressing comp'aint kn iwn only to wo
men, whi h mtke life such a burden. It re-tires
relaxed organs to a iior.nil condition. It forti
fies !h:- s stem asa'nst th : appr.wch of diseases
which often t -ruiina e i 1 nut ild mis ry. If not in
deat'a nhk-a is p ;fer.i!lc lo the pain aid tor
ment of living, in many instances. It is the
great gifi of s":entif.c ski 1 and research to wo
men, and for t sh t ciiutiot be to gratefiil. It
curt s her il s when nothing Is can. It is guar
anteed to give ssiUfnction or i rice (1) ritnrned.
Abso'utelj sold on trial.
When Baby . as sick, we gnve. m-r t.-astoria,
ViTii n r he was u Coi'.il, she i rieU for Cast oris.
When r!ic btvnme Miss, tdio clung to Cantoris.
When she had Cl'ildren, she gavethem Castor
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Couphinp leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
A RELIABLE AND ON Z OF THE
BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
His Rooms Crowded. Everybody
Satislied. and Many
DR. D. D. REA,
Surgeon and Specialist
Who ha created such a sensation in and t. round
C hicago by carina: diseases that almost b filed
the uiedical fraterni'y of the c-uctry, and by the
n q jest cf mmy friend and patients he has de
d ied to visit
At tha Harper House,
T'SIDAY, OCT. 27tli.
l. ; u: :ii;ip every mouth during the
year, to remain a day.
l r !i-a l.a i en connected wilh the largest
nospt.i 1:1 in cm 11' ry, ayU has no superior in
ii:aunos.i!: a 1 trenting i isetses and drfjms.
ties i.c will g;ve S5U for any case he caauot tell
tne Qie.ise. nnt wnere locate I m Lve minu'es.
Hi1 win re urt! to Ijotk Island every month to re
main on dav.
Treats all ct'r.ib'.e medical and surgical d's.
eases, acute anil chronic catarrh, i.iseases of the
ee. etr aud nose, lh oat ani lurgs. dsspepsia,
Urigiit's disease, diabetes, kidiievs.livtr.blaa-
uer. enronic tetuule anil sexuai diseases. E, iiep
sy or ti! cured 1 A po? itive guarantee!
Voaueaad .Middle-Asrd Sten
Siiffenng f 10m spermatorrhoea and impotency as
the r. suit of self -abuse in youth or excess In ma.
ture years, and other causes, producing some of
iie luuumug r neu is, as emissions, oiotcnes. de
bility, ne vousness, di.ziness. confusion of ideas,
aversion of society, defective memory and sexuai
exhaustion, which unfit the victims for business
or marriage, are permanently cured by remedies
Kloort and sk'n iiiseaHe
syphillis and CJmolicaiions, as sore iliroat.
iaiiiiii tn me niir. iiiiu in uiv; oones, etc., are
Iktic tiy erioicateii it:.ont using mercury or
other iuiuri'ins Crucs Gonorrhoea. irie,.t ;-
lures and all urinnry aud kidney troubles speedi
ly cured by treatment that has never failed He
undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thous
ands given up to the. Kemembcr the date and
come eariy, ns ns rooms arc alwajg crowded
wuerever ue sicijis.
Correspondence siiioi i d lind conAdenti il
-uiiressur. u. u. kui, hi l'au'.iua Slreet
v uica- u.
vr. iiiieitiud'i Be nnr m . .-..-ee bl. Cn'CAGO.
CKUP GOXRn HC.
The flimian Electrical Forces !
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the hnmtn boilr, p.
the nerve fluid may be termed, ii u.i -.,-
cla'.ly attractive department of science, i-- i-.
exerts so marked an influence on the I ' .1.
of the organs of the body. Ne;ve f.-i.e L-pi-otlueed
by the bruin and conveyed by
means of the nerves to the various organs of
tiie IhKly, thussnpplvintf the latter wiih the
vita ity necessary to in
sure liieir heaitn. ThJ
()iiemioi;ast rio nerve, us
Miown here, may le said
10 Ik the most important
of 1 lie ent ire iierve sys
teni .in it supplies the
lie:.:', l.iuss, stomai-li,
b. 'els. etc., Willi the
none for.-e neeessury to
tc p tliera artivo and
)io ill liy. As will lie seen
t v ; he cut the Ion.? nerve
de- enilinj from the
b.i-i- oUihe bruin and
ti v 'i.inlrlins in the I)ow
e - i-tiu- uneuiuiwastric.
w'e.le the numerous lit-.
t I'rani'lics suppiy the
1:" trt. lunss and stom-
;i li with mvi'-isary vi
t . :ty. When the brain
U -.lines in any way dis
i! ietvii by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
t'u.v will -li It supplies
i- lesseue i, anil the or
pins re.t'ix'iinr tlie di
ni:i!shed supply are con
si iientlv weakeneil.
1 ii.vsiciiins (jenirally fall to recocnlze.
;):. iuilMirtunee of this fuct. but treat the
n Mn itself i nsl rait of the cause of the trouble
T.i." noted siKVialist, Franklin Miles, M. I).,
Li.. It., has given the preater part of bis life
10 the study of this subject, and the prinrip:il
11 ; - -overies eonoerninir it art? due to his ert'nrts.
l r. MiieV Kostorativo Nervine, the unri-
v:.i.-.l brain and nerve food. In prepared on tli
piiii'.-iple that all nervous anil many other
i.i .1 -nit ies originate from disorders of the
re: veeeutprs. Its wonderful sui ces- inciil'.i
t-:e e disorilers is ttsiiried to by thousand- ii.
1,-M-i v p trt of the land.
Ke-oirutive Nervine cures sleeplpssne--ii'.-iviiiis
prost rat inn, dizziness, bvsteria. re
u.il deiiiloy, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc.
is fr". fro-n opiates or ii an tennis driizs.
ts so'd on a positive cuaruntee by all dr.-. :
Kists. nr sent liirvi-t by the Hr. Mill's Modi -a.
Co . Elkh.irt. In i . on reeelpt of price, il per
Pe-Hln six i".ie i;r o "?xor-ss ptenaid
j Hair Death.5
Instonllv removes and for.e" destroys ob -
w. jectionable ha r whelh -r upon the han-is, w
face, arm or neeK. w.C'.ou' ili-cotora'ion
- or injury to;he nnst delic ue s'iin. It was -
I pen rit-Tr y-ab ths s i rk.t po imi l op '.
C Ksa Mt s W11.SHN. acknowleiiped by piyi- c
; cions as the h'e;hest aa'borrv and "the ;
' mosl eminent derma nlogi-t and hair sjie:ia-
list th it i'v ?r lived. Ikurttii: bi tirivate prac-
liceof a life t m among the nohlity amiar- U
isiocraey of Europ ; he prescribsd tliis re
cipe. 1'b I'E. Si hi- n all Mc.ireiy p icked.
lorresn-"tile-.ic- co-ifi eutial. S-i"e A-7-"nts
: f.ir America. Address TI1S sKOOKl'M '.
e WWT 1IA1K i.KUWt: -t CO l)e-r.. K.. 37
X South 5th avenue. New York. -
OOO O '
' 1) " " OOO
Kstate of Joseph Winter, Deceased.
The unaersiimed havinn been appointed eie
cutrix of the last will aod testament of Joseph
Winrer. late of the county of Hock IsUnd, -- ,e
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice lha sh
wi!l apiicar before the county" court of Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, atthe December term on
the first Monday in I "cceniber next, at which time
all persons havinc claims asa nst said estate are
notified and req-tested to attend, (nr the purpose
of haTins the same adjusted. n tie'sons in.
aentea tosaia si te are requested to make ur
mediate psynv'i.l to Ihe undersigned.
Uaua ihis Ilia ituv ut September. A. T. lst3
MAlilAN sPEs. WINTER.
OlICK. TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed rrovo-ul wi!l be received a:the City
Clerk's office. Keck isiand. 111., until Mondav.
Oct. loth, lSCi.t. at 5o'cloek p m.. for crns'itct.rg
ine imprnvi n'.ent Kumvn is seciioa o. rJer-
ed by auorinance of the ci ynf K 'Ck Is'.i.Hd. lil..
passe.i June Itl lsS'i. eLt t led "An ordinan e for
:lie imr-roem-'iit o' Seventeenth and Niniteemh
street" fm;n the s iiith line of Tnird to th-j North
line of s iKir-.ri uvei-ue. nr.il cif Twenty thir-1 street
from the south i:r.e oi Third to ihe iiorth linj of
Kon-.h ave lie, fr 11 the south line of Fifth ave
nue east along sn: 1 Tenty third street south to
"t line 510 feet so lib of and paraiiil w;th the s-iuth
line of N nth av-.-rue ' Under the above ordi
nance, the said streets are ordered curbed with
curbstones, excavated ami graied. fftiprovedand
p ived with pav ui brick cf gixid quality
i-far.s ana sincir.cations lor said imnrovement
on file at the Citv Clerk's office.
An bids must be accompanied with a certified
"heck in the sum of 5.VIU livable to tbe or
der of the treasurer of saidciiy". which shall bc
cot e forfeited to saidc ty in case the biocer shall
tan to enur into co itiact with approved
sureties to exuute the work for the plans
mentioned in his bid and according lo the plans
and spvcifications in the event that the contract
rha 1 be awarded to im.
The ci'y reserves tue liirht toreiect anv or nil
Kock Island, II".. Sept. -. l9l.
A . D. UU USING. City Clerk .
Bv virtue of a stieciil execution and fe hi'i Vn
S-'S issued out of the clerk's ofEce of the county
court of Kock Island connty, and state of Illinois,
auu w me uireeieu, snen-nji am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judnment recently
obtained against Eli Kruuscn, in favor of the
Montpclier Tile company, o-:t or tbe lands, tenement-,
goods, and chattels of the said defendant.
Eli Brunsen, 1 have levied upon the following
property, to-wit : Lot two i'J) southeast fourth (4
of section number thirty-two i3-.ii township num
ber seventeen (17) live (5) west cf the fourth
princ'pal meridian. Also lot two (Si southeast
quarter () of section thirtv-five :S5 tomnship
seventeen 1 17 the i5 west of the fourth i l
principal meridian and southwest one quarter
lll of southeast quarter Cn) of section thittv-six
(. lil Ciwnsliip seventeen (17) ttive il) we-t of the
fourth principal meridian, iu all c outlining one
hundred a'.d eight (Ills) acres, all of which is sit
uated in the couny of K ick IsianJ'anl sta e of
Therefore. according tosiid command I shallex
pose forsa.e at public auction all The right, title
and interest of the above named, Eli Bruusen,
in and to the above described property, -m Satur
day, the 7th day of October. ls.. ata o'clo k n.
m.. at the north door of the court house in the
city of Kock Island, in the county of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
sain executions auu lee unis.
Dated at Kock Island this 13ih day i f Septem
ber. A. D.lsti
C. D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County, Illinois.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cocktt, f
In ihe circuit cDtirt.ln chanccrv:
Monroe Swank vs. Sarah E. Mapes (formerly
ai: K I c . ADiuuny nujH'B in iiitir r-iper per
sou. and Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa-iie E. sjivank and Edward S. Swank.
the minor heirs of the late Daniel C Swank, do-
ceased, by John T. Jxenworthy, guardian ad lit
em Fori closure general No. 3o0S.
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cause on tneTth dfly of September.A.D. 1S93.I shall
on Saturday, the -tMh day of October. A.D.1S9.1. at
the h iur of i o'clock In the afternoon, at the court
house. In the city of Kock irland, in said rountv
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at pub .
lie vendue to the huth-jst bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of laud, gituat j in the conntv oi fioca
Island and state of Illinois, known ani described
as follows. twit:
The south part of the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter M) of section seventeen
(17), in township eighteen (18), north range two
(if), east of the f ourtn principal meridian, con
tninin? eleven (Hi atd twenty-one (il) hun
dredths r crps. In the township of Zntna.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this th day of
aepieniuer, a. u. iswj. nmiii ilkhs,
Waster in Chancery. Bock Isiand County. Ill
Represents, amoni; other tim--rv.j
known Fire Insurance Compinie. t'v -' T'' '
Royal Insurance Companv (,f r, .- , "?'
Weschester Fire Ins. Compinv 7., V '..
Buffalo German Ids. cWpsefv' p . v
Rochester German I ns. Co kocY. i"11 , N' T
Citizens' Irs. Co., of I'itt-l, r . " r- V
Sun Fire Oirice, London. ' --
I'nion Ins. Co., of Califnr'iia
Security Ins. Co.. New Ilavtn . ,,r,
Milwaukee Mechanics Ing. Vo .. jj -
German Fire Ins. Co., of Pccria.i;-
Oflice Cor. 1-Sth !Si. an,l Avi
lox K I-i.axj, Iu
"THE OLD RELIABLE,"
HAYES & CLEAVEUKD
Representing oyer 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room 31, Mitche'.l A Lvcv. k
Hock Island, Ills. ' ' ' yJ
iVSecure unr rates; thc-y wiil inti-n.! ynt
J M BUFORdT
Genera! . . .
The oid Fire and Time-tried Cor.)!-..,
Losses Promptly Pail
Rfttce lew ncy reliable com; -any cin tlon
Your Patronage is 6oi:c:ud.
STATE SAVINGS BANK.
office Corner FifteeKth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moline Savings cata. OriricKdirfV
5 Per CENT INTEREST .'AID ON KMli
Organized ucder Sttte Laws.
0,.ec from 9 a. m. to 3 -i m., and Wvdn s-iiy i.
Saturday nights froic7tos- s
ti. A.Aissworth, - . Vict Pr::.u
. r. oexsswaIj - - c.;-e:
Porter Skinner. W W W("
O. A. Kose, H . A. A'.r.sw'.rt.
G. H. Edwards, W. H. Adan.
Ancrcw Fnbere, c. F. UemcLwsr.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties in the cariisL
spot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of orchard, Nebraska.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. Dabt Carter.
Mitchell Lynde, Bankers
J. F. Kobiusou, Cashier Kock IsiaLl Na .oit
I.C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's So,le- Wholesale tin-ers.
Corresoondence sol. cited.
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