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THE AIIGUS, TIIU11SDAY, OCTOHEK 5, i M)H.
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THE TBATELEKS' WCIDE.
CHICaUO, KOCH. ISLAND rAc fiiakaiu
way Depot eorner Fifth avenue and Thirty
Bnt street. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
COUDCll BlOlIs MlUUeSO-
ta Da? Express I
Kansas City Day Express. ..
Washington Express.. ...
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Express (
FtWorth.D nvcri Clt
8toart-Rock lalnnd Express
fit. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City ar.d St. Joe
Des Moines, Omaha Jt Lin-1
Daily. tG-'.cgeat. tone west.
F. n.PLravER, AgU
L. M. Allxn. tien. Agt. Pass. Dept. Davenport.
T5CKUNGTON KoLi'E-C, B. V. RAIL
jus s.jr Depot Firs; avenue and Sixteenth e.
"5. J. Ycnng, agent,
HA-V. , BBIV
:45 am!' 7:-'IS pm
T'-ISpm! 0:85 an
, , T .m pm! 7:55 an
8:60 pro W:4S am
. 9:50 am : 5:06 pm
t. Loo.- iCxnrew
t !.oai Eiprers ... .
Bt. Paul Express... ....
ben nl pi own Pag wager.
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Civieioc De
pot Twentieth vtreel. between Firt and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holme. agent.
Mail and Ifxpres.
St. Paul Express.... .
FX. . 4,cc.immodtlnn.
7:00 aa. 9 30 pm
4 4'J pml
. : trr!
11 4-. am
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenna and Twentieth atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
I LXAVA ABBIVX.
T j 8l7S am 7 :05 pm
. 2:S0 pm 1 "JS pm
- 9:10am 3 0) pm
! 4:00 nm tm
Past Mail Express
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Bradv street.Dav
enpon. J.B.Hannegan, Gon.T'k't 'Pass. .Went.
- ' :' Davenport Trains. Leave. I Arrive.
'l passenger h4:55 ptulhld 45 am
: l 7rtight bS OO anvbll:15 pm
' i Leave Wet Davenport.
, i "! West Luiertv Tram tNnrth. uth.
i Passenger h7:s m blO:xSpm
j! ! " al0:lpm a4 90a a
i . J ' at 45 am
i Treiitbt ... ' M :15 pm . bSiKm
I ' i " b9:l.S, m hi :15pm
f; j " bll:50iim
i aDaily. hD.ulv except Sund.iy. Going norih.
' Ooing South and east
MOar DTRBCT 8dm TO THE
East, South and Southeast.
Lv. Rock Island..
I 9 :'S6 am
...111 :15 am
Bioommtrton 1:15 pmi
dpringdeld 3:40 pm;
Danville 1 3:50 pm
Indianapolis 6:55 pm
Terre Uaate 7:10 pm,
Svansville 1:20 am
St. Louis 7:30 pm
Cincinnati 11:00 pm
Tj. Peor.a 10:10 am 3:50 pm
2a. Rock Niir.'i '1:85 pm 7:05pm
Accommodation trains leave Rork Island at
3:00a. m. and 6.S0 p. m: arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
tl and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peojia K:00 a. m. and
'! :15p. m; arrive Rock Inland 4:C0 p. m. and 1:85
All train r in d!ly exce;t Sunday.
All paseiger trains arrive and depart Union
Free Chair c iron Fait Express between Rock
Islnnd and Pcona. both directions.
Tnrough ticltors to ail points ; baggage caecked
hroagh to destination.
Lv. Rocs Island 9.11am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 10. am 5.06 pm
" Cable 11.00am 5.40pm
L. Cable 8.20 am 11.50 pm
Ar. .Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45pm
Bock Island I 7.55 am 3.00 pm
B. B. 8UDLOW, . TOCKHOU8
Superintendent. 'i iu' Tkt. Acei t
Great Rock Island Route '
wTjuxJrTURr .t.r-). rrr
TO THE KAST.
Bost Dining Car Service in the World
iiie j.ouK island is loremost in
iuoi)tin auv advantage calculated
to improve speed and jive that lux
ury, (safety and comfort that popular
patronafje demands. Its equipment
.:s tuonuiijlilv complete with vesti
billed trains, niarrnif'eent dininu
ears, sleeper-; and chair coaches, all
the moct elefjant, aHd of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnil polite, honest service from cm
ployes are important items. They
are a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great Rock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood subur
wn siaiion, ciose to worlds j-air
i rounds, and you can save time and
"rouble by getting off at that point
,nd avoid tue crowd in tne citv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office i the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'I Tkt. & Fass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gon'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
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It Cures Colds. Coughs. 8ort Throat. Croon, Infia.
enxa. Whoopinf Cough, Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Contain rtion in first stages,
and a sure relief in advance 1 staffs. Use at once.
Ton will see the exeeUent ffect after Uking the
first dose. Bold by dealers everywhere. Large
bottles 60 eents and $1.00.
E. PARME MTER,
ATTORNEY AT LW tfflce in Mitchell &
Lynae's new block
JACKSON Sc. HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hock Inland
National Bank building, Kocs Inland, 111.
E. O. SWEENEY. C. L. WALKtR.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COf.N ELLORS AT LAW
OiUce in Benjatun's blo k, Kock Island. 111.
C. J. SEARLS. 9. W. SEAKLE.
ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
So:icitor in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island
McENIRY & MeENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW-Lian money on good
Kecnrirv. make collisions. Rpfnrenre
Mitchell 4 Lynde, bankers. Office in I'ostofHce
S- W. ODI.LL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Fornerly of Port Byron,
and uurtiiLr itte Dast two t sar wirh thi. firm nf
Browninc Eiitriken at Moliue, has now opened
aa office lu tne .tddltoriam baiidlng, room 5, at
R. M. TEARCE.
ttoom 33 In Mitchell & Lynde's new block
DR. J. E. HAWTHORNE,
Teeth extracted without oain bv the
No 1716 Second avenoe. over Krell it Math's.
Drs. Bickel &ScLoemaker,
MitcheP & Lj-ndb'a Block, Rooms 89-81
Eowabo L. Hahmati. 'l.AnK H. Bupokd.
HAMMATT & BUFORD,
ARCHITECTS, Rock Island, 111. Office Room
41, Mitchell t Lynde bnibiing.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAH
Plane and superintendence for all ciasf a.
Rooms 53 and 56, Mitchell & Lynde bnildicv
DR. W. W. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given ft dieases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twei.tlcth street.
Office hours: 10 to 13 a. ., to 4 and 7 to S
P. . Telephone No. 1209.
Pliysician and Surgeon,
1134 Third Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 i i., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R, Ilollowbnsh, M. D, G :o. E, Barth, M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and Scrokons,
A Office 4(fti3rd!t. Telephone low
Kesidence TS1 aist t. 1I8S
Dr. Bnrth Dr, 11 dlnwbnsh
V to 10 a. m. iu to li a. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAR, KO-E
'ffice McCullough Biillding, m W. 3d Bt.
hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mtbhs, M. D. Geo. W. VTheeleb, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Sarieery and liaaesi ef Wants
Office over Krell & Math's. 1 elepbone 1 143.
oppice hours :
dh. htebs. i d l wheeler.
10 to K' a. m. I 8 to 10 a. m.
8 to 5 and T tc 9 p. m 1 1 to 3 iind 7 to p. m
ties, telephone 12Ui. 1 Hut. t -lenbuue. UBi.
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Cor. Michigan Ave ant! Vonroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CMIAP BJOARDIHCS
CASTING OUT DEVILS.
TESTIMONY THAT EXORCISM HAS
REASONS FOR EXISTENCE.
Signs Through "Which. One Tho Is Pos
sessed It Recognized The Conjuration
and Other Strange Formulas Employed
by the Goed Monks.
The possessed woman of Gif is cured
now not by the doctors, who were un
able to do anything for her, bnt by the
theological science of the cure of the
parish and the firmness of Mgr. Goux,
bishop of Versailles, which shows that
exorcism has its reasons for existence
and that "possession"' is as real as hys
teria. As a matter of fact, the church
has never laid down her arms in the
presence of the devils.
There are fonr principal signs through
which the possessed one is recognized:
1. No known remedy relieves him. 2.
He speaks of incidents and facts beyond
his natural reach and which nobody has
revealed to liini. 3. He foretells eTents
and speaks several languages -unknown
to him before Lis aftliction. 4. In the
presence of a priest and at sacred cere
monies lie trembles, suffers pain, writhes
The Catholic priests, and especially
the Dominicans, have from away back
practiced exorcism. According to the
canons, the exorcist belongs to one of the
minor orders which precede the priest
hood. He must bo humble of heart in
his ministry, and if he operates with
any thought of display he risks for him
self the contagion of the evil spirits that
still remain to be cast out.
Ordinarily the ceremony takes place
in the church in the presence of the
faithful assembled at prayer, particular
ly at the feasts of the Nativity, of the
Resurrection, of the Ascension, of Pen
tecost, of the Virgin Mary and of the
Apostles. After the morning mass, to
which the possessed one assists, the ex
orcist pnts on the surplice and assists
the priest who puts on the violet colored
cope, the symbol of the pains of purga
tory. The patient who has confessed
then approaches. A stole is passed
around his neck to tie the devils that
have become the masters of his body.
Then the Eign of the cross is made upon
him, and he is sprinkled with holy wa
ter. In Latin the devil is commended
to tell his name, to say whether or not
he is alone and why he is there. Finally
he is ordered to depart. The coniura-
tion in any other language and espe
cially in Hebrew is iweless. Hebrew is
reserved for satan himself.
The Flagellum (l.Tmomini contains
the most complete formula of exorcism,
consisting of well known prayers min
gled with the most ancient and strangest
appellations of God. such as "Oh, Ado
nai Tetragnim-iton"' and others, which
come in part from Chaldea, from Phoe
necia and from Greece. The words are
supposed to possess in themselves a cer
tain power of evocation of celestial vir
tues which terrify the infernal legions.
Certain words of Christ, according to
St. Matthew, are used to drive out evil
If the demon does not retire imme
diately, the exorcist takes a painted im
age representing him and throws it into
the consecrated fire along with incense,
rue and sulphur, with strong, mystic
odors, intending to prove by this act
that he will send the evil spirit back into
hi natural element hell. This done,
he places upon the head of the possessed
one the book, the relics, the crucifix and
sometimes even the host the last and
invincible remedy. According to the
authority of certain demon ographs, the
devil then comes out through the nose
of the patient.
In the ancient monasteries they made
the exorcist carry upon his person cer
tain amulets containing protective
formulas. Sometimes these formulas,
written upon pieces of parchment, were
swallowed. In the process of digestion
the exorcism was accomplished without
In our days exorcism has taken ref
uge in La Trappe. The clergy are
somewhat averse to it, while at the
Bame time they do not refuse to admit
it. The man who breaks the spells is
very old. But the devils cast out by
the good monks are reduced to the tor
menting of animals. Pigs r.re their
favorites. Then the old sp;'ll smtsicr
whips them with beads and sprinkles
thein with noly water, ana tne pigs re
cover and become happy, because the
devils go away.
Mr. J. K. Iluysmuns has been able to
speak de visu of the power of demons
and the efitcacity of exorcisms. More
over, the eminent writer was well ac
quainted with one of the most learned
demonographers of his time, the Abbe
Boullan, who ran through hell in his
bare feet, holding the host in his hands.
Either at the church of Sanetot or the
church of Senueville, I received this cu
rious document from M. Gilbert Augus
tin Thierry, the author of "Une Ameen
Peine." The cure of Petite6-Dalles in cur
ing the possessed says a special mass
called the "red mass," or "mass of the
martyrs." Red flowers are placed upon
the altar, and the priest wears a red
Btole. The church is draped in purple.
But, stranger etill, a few years ago the
wife of the editor of a leading Catholic
journal in Paris, being troubled by evil
spirits, witnessed the death of the Do
minican priest who was endeavoring to
exorcise her, and who was unable to
guard himself against the forces with
which he was contending. Paris Figaro.
The Perfect Foot.
The Greek statuary, much of it dated
centuries before Christ, seems to prove
that the Greeks had feet much like those
of modern Americans. The most beauti
ful of the Greek feet are hollowed out
well both inside and out. They have
short heels, high insteps and long,
straight toes, slightly spatulate at the
ends. That is the type of the most
beautiful modern foot. It is, on the
whole, a foot not frequently seen in its
perfection, for 'often one or the other
I element of beauty is wanting. San
j Francisco Argonaut.
How Try This
It will cost von nothing and will
surely oo you good, if you have a
coiih, cold, or anv trouuie nu
throat, chest or lungs, nr. King s
New Discovery for consumption,
coughs or colds is guaranteed to give
relief, or monev will be paid back.
sufferers from la grippe found it just
the thing and under its use had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
Sample bottle at our expence. ami
learn for yourself just how good a
thing it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
anl L'l mover's drug store. Large
size 5 e and .
S. H. 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 away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard. Harrishtirg, 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
Speal er. 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 by
Hartz & Ullemeyer's drug store.
BLCKLEX S AKNICA SALVE.
nie best salve in the world for cuts,
l ses, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
. ir sores, tetter, chapped hands,
. K' J lins, corns, and all skin erup,
l . i. aid posi .ively cures piles or
c t i required. It is guaranteed
g:o Dirfect satisfaction, or money
j'uniel. Trice 25 cents per box.
K: sa'e b7 Hartz & Ullemever
The Turkish Harem.
In a recent lecture on "Turkey," Mr.
Oscar F. Straus, ex-minister of the Unit
ed States to that country, threw some in
teresting light upon a most interesting
phase of Turkish life the harem. The
lecturer admitted that his knowledge
came entirely from hearsay. He had
never been in one and had never known
a diplomat who had. He pronounced the
institution not altogether unattractive.
Turkish women are net secluded in the
harem as in a prison. They are abso
lute mistresses of that side of the house
and free to exercise their rights indis
putably. A Turkish husband would not
dare to enter his wife's apartments when
it is not her pleasure that he should, and
she has only to place her slippers outside
the door to indicate such desire for se
clusion. In many ways the oriental
wife makes her caprices felt, and her
spouse can only submit with what grace
he may, like liis occidental brother.
The right to divorce is vested with the
husband, but the divorcee retires with
all her property to her family and may
marry again at once. And this right to
hold property separately from their hus
bands which English and American wom
en have only lately acquired has been
the privilege of the Turkish wife fot a
Raising Talking Tarrots.
The talking powers of a parrot depend
to a great extent on its being taken in
band at a very early age. This would
be one advantage of rearing these birds
in confinement. Under such conditions
also it would be practicable to vastly
improve the speaking faculty by mating
the best talkers together for generations.
Thus would be produced such feathered
conversationists as are unknown up to
date. It would certainly be profitable
to breed and raise the parrots known as
Carolina parrakeets. These are rare now
and bring high prices, though they used
to be very common as far north as Penn
sylvania and Illinois. At present the
few survivors are almost wholly con
fined to scattered localities in Florida
and the Indian Territory. They have
been successfully bred in captivity. The
green Australian parrakeets of the sort
used by strolling fortune tellers on the
Btreets are among the easiest of birds
to rear. Washington Star.
O, woman, despairing and wntched,
Dreading, vet longing, to die.
Hear the glad chorus that rfces,
FiUi g the dome of the sky.
'"Sisten1, be glad, there's help to be hud;
No lorirer be miserable, gloomy and sad ;
Lost health regain," ring out the refrain,
Voor creatures, lie healthy and happy S;iiu .''
U'Mt? By taking Dr. Tierce's Favor.te Pre
s."ri,itioii. the world's greatest remedy for all
kindr of diseases pecu'iar lo women. It brings
b:i-a tone and vigor to the system weakened by
tlio-e ai-t c-sin complaints knjwn only to wo
nieu wlr h mike life such a burden. It restores
n inxfd "rnns to a normal condition. It forti
S m h. ss em agniust the approach of diseases
v In !i olteii terminate in untold misery, if not
drat i wliie i is p.eferAble to the pain and tor
ment of i iv i:g. in many instances. It is the
great '-iff of s entitle skill and research to wo
men, and for it she cannot be too grateful. It
curt.s ner '1 s niirn notningeisi can. It is guar
nnteed to give n-tisfuctiou or price (81) rttnrned,
Ab.-o'u'clj sold on trial.
When Baby was sick, we gave uer .'storitt.
Wlien ,he wns a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
When she had Children, she gave them Castor
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Child ret. Cryfor
The Human Electrical Forces !
Hov They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the humin hody. a'
the nerve fluid may be termed, 1 ; an espe
cially attractive department of science, i .
exerts so marked an influ3nce on the I .'e
of the organs of the body. Nerve for. e is
pnwliieed by the brain and conveyed by
means of the nerves to the various orcwi.s i
the iHxly, thus supplying the latter with tfce
vn:i!iiy necessary to in
sure their health. Tho
ptieumogastrie nerve, as
shown here, may be said
to lie t he mo.-t important
of i lie entire nerve sys
te'n .is it. supplies the
li-art, lungs, stomach.
uo.v.-K etc., with the
nerve for.'e necessary to
ke-'n them active and
l.enihy. As will be seen
!'V tlieeut the lonij nerve.
!-. 'ending from the
hae of the brain and
ter.niiiHting in the bow-
e - S the pneumonMric,
v. !i;3e the numerous lit
Co branches supply thel
h virt. lungs and stom-1
a.'ii with necessary vi
M.ity. When the brain
be 'O'nps in any way dis-o-lered
or exhaustion, the nerve
fti'.vc which it supplies
is ieeneil, and the or
gan re -eiving the di
in::iishe(i supply are con-m-
merit Iv weakened.
1 nysicians generally fail to recognize,
the imiHirtance of this fact, but treat the
or jan itself instead of the cause of the trouble
'Oie noted specialist. Franklin Miles. M. !.,
i.l.. H.. has given the greater part of his life
u. the study of this subject, and the principal
i overies concerning ft areduetohisetfort.
Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine, the unrl
va.cil brain and nerve food, is prepared on the
principle that all nervous and many other
ii .. ulties originate from disorders of the
e vecenters. Its wonderful success inciirliu
t .e e disorders is testified to by thousands in
cry part of the land.
i R'.'-iorative Nervine cures sleeplessnes"
iiervotis prostration, dizziness, hysteri:.. se
u.il liel'Hlty, St. Vitus dance, epilepsy, etc. I
is fn-e from opiates or dangerous drugs. 1
is s.iM on a positive guarantee by ail dnu:
gists, or sent direct by the Ir. Miles Medical
l'o., Klkliarr. Ind., on receipt of price, il per
.-sc. i.i six oot lies for 5 express prepaid
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J Hair Death:
instantly remove? and former destroys oh -
jecttonahle ha r. wheth-r upon the han''s,
face, arnn or nec, withou' di-co!orat:on
S or injury tothe m.v-t delicate s'iin. Itv. as 3
; POU FIFTY VAns TUB SSCItET P.r'lMl LA Or '.
C Kka Mi's Wit. son. acknowledged by piyi- O
; cions as the highest aathori'v anil ihe ;
most eminent ricrma'ol'igi-t and !iairseTia c
w. list th it ever lived. During hi private prar- -
tire of a life t in among the noblit y and a -w.
Utocracy of Europ- he prcscribsd this ti' T
cipc. l'o. ce, $1 bv n ail. securely packd.
OorresD.tKienc cnfl eutinl. Sou-Averts
: f.ir America. Address THSSKOOKVM '.
Z KOiVrHAIiiUKOA-e-tCO. Dept. It. 37 S
5 South Mb. avenue, Nevr York. r
OOO O ' " O O ' ' O ' " O " ' O " ' O ' ' O ' ' OOO
Fstatc of Joseph Winter, D ceased.
Ttic undersigned having been at pointed eie
cutrix of ihe last will and testan.ent of Joseph
Winter, late of the county of Ho k Islind, -. c
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha sh
win appear oeiore me conttycoo'toi kock isi&na
county, at the office of the clerk of sai court, in
the city of Rock island, at the December term on
tbe first Monday in Uecrmbcrm'Xt. at which time
all persons having claims aca nst said estate are
notified and requested to attenc, fir the purpose
of having the same adjusted, nil persons in
debted to said est tte are requested to make ire
mediate payment to the unde-signed.
Uated this 13tn dav of Sept 'mb?r. A. I). 1S83.
MARIAN sfEs. WINTER,
OTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe City
Clerk' office. Kock Island, 111., until Monday.
Oct. lGtli, ISM. tit S o'clo" k p ni.. for crnsiirct.ng
the improvement knowr. s section No. tier
ed by an ordinance of t.'.e ei y of Kock Is:::ad, 1:1.,
paeseu June ;i), ls'.i:i. entitled "An ordinate for
tile improvement o seventeenth ar.d Nmtteenth
streets fro-n The s mth line of Tnird to the North
line or founli aveune. r.nj of Twenty third street
from the south line el Third to the north lina of
Koii'ih ave me, from the south line f Fifih ave
nue east ulcug sai ! T ectv-third street south to
a line Slit feet sojtli of and parallel with the south
line of Ninth avecuu Under the above ordi
nance, the said streets are ordered curtied with
curbstones, excavated and graded, improvedand
pjved with paving brick of good quality.
i'lans and sjiecifications for said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
A'u bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the sum of $500 payable to the or
der of the treasurer of said city", which shall be
con e forfeited to said city in case the bidder shall
tan to enter into contract witn approved
sureties to execute the work for the plans
mentioned iu his bid and according to tbe plans
and specifications in the event that the contract
sha 1 be awarded to him.
The city reserves the rhrtat to reject any or all
Rock Island, IV... Sep:. .
A. I. HUaSINU, City Clerk.
Bv virtue of a sneci il execution and fee hill n
3JS issued outof theclxrk's oXce of the county
uuun m nuck iijsuu county, ana state oi Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make tbe amount of a certain Judgment recently
obtained against Eli Bruusen. in favor of the
Montpelier Tile company, out of tbe lands, tene
ments, goods and chattels of the said defendant,
Eli Brunsen, I have levied upon the following
property, to-wit : Lot two Vi) southeast fourth (4)
of section number thirty-two Clii township num
ber seventeen (lT)Bve cS west uf the fourth
principal meridian. Also lot two (2 southeast
quarter or section thirty-five :;5 township
seventeen (IT', live (51 west of the fourth (4)
principal meridian and southwest one quarter
(U of southeast qnarter Csjof section thtrtv-six
township seventeen (l7j fi'.ve (o) west of the
fourth principal meridian, in all containing one
hundred and eight (Hr-) acres, all of which is sit
uated in the county of R-jck Island anl sta'e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named. Eli Bruusen,
in and to the above described property, -in Satur
day, tbe 7th day of October, lssS, at a o'clock p.
m., at the north door of the court bouse in the
city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy
said executions and fee bills.
Dated at Rock Island this 15:h day if Septem
ber. A. D. lSfcJ
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island County. Illinois.
-STATE OP ILLINOIS. I
Boca Island Covhty. j
In the circuit court. In chancery:
Monroe Swank vs. Sarah E. Mapcs (formerly
Swanki E. Anthony Mapesin lhir I roper per
son, and Mary L. Swank, John M, bwank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa'iie E. Swank and Edward S. Swank,
tbe nsTuor heirs of the late Dauiel O. Swank, de
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy, guardian ad lit
em Fori closure general No. 3j03.
IS once is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cause on the 7th day of September. A.D. 1S93.I shall
on Saturday, the 2Sth day of October. A.D.1S93, at
the h ur of x o'clock in the afterneon, at the court
house, in the city of Rock I.-land, in said county
of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to tne highest bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, gituatj in the couutv oi Rock
Island and state of Illinois, known anl described
as follows. twit :
The south part of tha northeast quarter (tl of
the southwest ciunrter !i) of section seventeen
(17), in township eighteen (IS), north range two
(-'),eastot the rourtn principal meridian, con
taining eleven (Hi atd twenty-one (21) huu
dredthg seres, in the township of 7.uma.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this MOth day of
eeptemoer, a. u. isva. n&Ani ixmis,
Vaster in Chancery, Rock Island County. Ill
McEnibi . McEvirt, Complainant's Solicitors.
A. D. H U ES1NG?
Represents, among other tinie-Vel
known Fire Insurance Compani,.. o ,S?'lwt'.
" ' lJ-'O-Oys..
tamcivi r ire jus. omp'in , f v
Bufalo German Ins. ccmnai y I V
Rochester German Ins. Co hor'tf ?M t
Citizens' Ins. Co., of I tt-0, -,. ,t Ur t
Sun Fire Oliire, London. 'r14.
I uin Irs. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New Ilsvtn c,,.,
Milwaukee Mechanics 1ns. Co v
ft is a -..wi-j
German Fire Ins Co., of Peoria. 1"
Office Cor. lkh St. hm ,
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES & CLEAVELAKj
Representing over 40 Million Do'.
of Cash assets
Fire. Life. Tornado.
OFFK'E-Room 21. Mitchell A Lymv, h ly,
tiork Island, Ills. 1
taSecnre unr rates; they will interest
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The old Fire and Time-tru-d Com;-it:ei
Losses Promptly Pail.
Rates as low as any reliable compiry Ci- sfart
Your Patronage is so::c:u5.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
Office Corner FifteeEth street and Third Ave.
Succeeds the Moliue Savings tana. OririL jedljes
5 Per CENT INTEREST .'AID ON DEPOSITS.
Organized ncder S'.ite L:iws.
O.iec from 9 a. m. to 3 r m.. and Wi Jicriy sl!
Saturday nights frctnTtofj a
H. A. Ainswohth, - - Vict-Pris cl:
J. F. Bemenwat. - - . ix-ae:
Porter Skinner. W. W. WV..s.
C. A. Hose, H. A. Air.swjr.S,
G. H. Edwards, W. H. A-iass.
Andrew Friberg, c. F. HeiaeLKiy.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mtde for private parties in .tte r&riisc
pot of the west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dart, President.
J. S. Dakt CastAi.
Mitchell 4 Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Rock Is!an.i Saio"
C. C. Carter, M . D.
Henry Dart's Sens, Wholesale (.irocrs.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York C:.y.
Refitted and renovated under new mai.a-ctnct'
On tbe European plan.
Room rates f 1 a day and upward .
Restaurant equal to the best in the city i'
Street cars from all K. R. stations ar.d ftosB
boat and ferry landings pass the door.
HILDKETII & ALLEN. 1'nf'i-
Washes everything fr om a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Laoe curtains a specialty.
No. 1724 THIRD AVE.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER,
Telephone No. 1214