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THE AUGUS, Fit ID AY, OCTOBER (5, IrSja.
THE TBATELEKS UU)E.
rtHlMI. ROCtt ISLAND A PACFIC KAIL
way Depot eora-t Fifth avenne and Thirty
Int ttrci. Frank H. Plommer, aent.
Council fciatl? miiitiev
ta Day Eipres ... ..I
Kaosaa City Da; Sxpres .
Omaha ana Denver Vesti-1
hnla Rxnres 1
05 am 4
:rl pm ft
; Jl pm 3
: JO am
.45 am 3
:.V) am ll
M pm P
:17 am 8
:40 am S
F"tWorh.D ever ni'ltj!
Stnart-Roc Island Expressl
SU Paul and Minneapolis. ...'
Kansas City a- l St . Joe 1
Des Moines, Omaha Lin- ( I
coin I ,'
S:10 am 10 20 pm
Dally. tG :nceat. r'--o? :.
F. H. Plushes. Agt.
L. M. Allin. i.en. Apt. I'sss. Dept. Davenport
TfKLINtjTi K iLTI-C. B. V. KAli.
war IU-pjt vrne nd rMvsenth i
t. J. VDDCk;, arent.
t. Lo j -i xire ...
U. Lcoi Biprei ...
8:. Paul Szprett . ...
ter:ini "ei; ....
Lali"rose Pasensr ...
' i 45 u 7:-S pa
T pm 8 3" a n
7 o pm 7.S5ai
m 5:' 5 pm
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE A ST. PAL L KAIL
way Ricine A Southwestern D'.rmiot De
pot TwtfLtii:!! K'-rel. butweec F:rr. and "ocotd
avecue, E. D. W. Holme, atect.
LaavB I AftHivx
"7-.fX.Tii "9 Vfplli
4 4; pm ll 4 am
. '41 r - 0 i m
Ma.i anil tixrjres-
L. P i: Expr - .
Ft. timio.iiri-in. .
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot Fi-sl avennaand Twentieth a:reet F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Put Mail Express
a ins am
1 "2f pm
9rl0am 3 0 pm
4 -oe fim '" ro
BURLINGTON. CEDAR P.aPIDS & S'lRTII
ern rai'way.depni f.jt of B-a.!y -trcct. Dav
enport. J.E.Hannecin. Geu.TVt Jc Pa'S A.ent
Ptwiwrt Train. ;
Leave Went Davenport.
Leave. ; Arrine
M:W lim iilO W am
tj 10 ainb'.I:15 t m
West L:ertv Tr4'n-
a4 Vu n
kil 1 :5oam
alO:3 t pm
at 4" am
h: :'.5 pm
. . . ... M : 15 m
aDaily, hn.ii v evept Sund.iy.
Ootujr South n! o;ii
M08T DIB3CT BOCTS TO TH1
East. South and Southeast.
I AST BOUSD.
B :4r am
11 :ln am
2 :3t' pm
8 :57 pm
1 :55 pm
Camir.drfe . ..
Oa.ya .. ..
at. Lonli" .. ..
3 :40 pm
.' S:50 pmj
. 6:55 pm;
. 1 ri'i am ,
7 : 35am
7 :40 am
Ar. Rn" N ici
... lu :10 am 3 :5 pm
l pm 7 :5 pm
Accomn.la::oi: trains leave Ro-k Is ani at
fttOUa. m. ani 6 20 p. m: arrive at PeoriaS:50p.
m. and l :15 a. m. Leave Persia 6:CC a. m. and
T :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4 :G0 p. m and l:5
Ail trains r in 4:!v eice:t Sunday.
A'J p-ie -.ijer trains a-rie and depart Cttion
Free Caair c i-on Erp-es between Rock
lilond and ueona. both directions.
Through ticketa to all points ; hatraze c aecked
hraagb to destination.
L. Rock Ilaad S.lo am .0"i pm
Arr. Rtyno ds lO.an am 5.08 pm
" Cah'e ... II. 00 am 5.40 pm
Lt. Calie 6.2" i am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynoils ; 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Rock lland t '7.55 am 8.00 pm
H B.8T7DLOW. . iTOCKHOUB.
Sapermtendttnt -c'' Tit. Aiei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE &AST.
Be&t Dining Car Service in the World.
The iiock Iskiiul i? f-irt'inost iu
ilojitiii anv :nl vttiitaijf raloulati-il
to iinprovc ccl ami tliat lux
ury, safety ami coinfort that jpular
patruliac (li'inaml.. Its f(iiijincrit
' thorough v in 1 1 c I with vesti
buhtil trains. liia-nilii-ent iliniii";
ears, slccjicrs and chair coaches, ail
the most L'lcant. and of ri-t't'iitly im
Faithful ami capable niaiiaeinent
and polite, 'honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
nrc a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task dillieult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that grouud.
The Cireat Uock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood suliur
)an station, close to Worlil's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
'rouble by rctlinjr (iT at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the cltv.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rats, apply to any coupon
ticket ollicc in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn,l Tkl. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Geu'l Mgr. Chicago III
THE NEXT MORNING I FECI. BRIGHT AND
NEW AN O MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor ars it arta irenily on the stomarh.
Href and ki'lner.mnd pie&nt laxative. This
drink is mie from hertw. and is prepared for use
a ealy an ta. Tt is rail d
L AIIE'S WIEDIGIIIE
AlldrueEistKSeli it at & and I. apacKags. If yia
cannot Rt-t it. s-nd vour a Mresa for a free sample,
line's FamilT Mediriae mrf tbr bnweU
arb day. in order to be healthy tht ia nessarv.
Addreaa uBAl'uM f. Wo itiWAKD. l.t liov. V
E. PARM ENTER.
ITTOIiNEY AT LAW -tinice in Mitohe.l A
Lyi.ae new block
JACKSON Sc. HURST,
l TT RNLY A T LHV-offlc in K k 1-lnnd
Niiiioiial Bank build iik, Koci Island,
E. D. EY. C. L. WALKTR.
SWEENEY it WALKER.
ATTORNEY" AND f Ot NELLORS AT LAW -Office
in Benetton's t lot k. Kock Island HI.
C. I. SEAI.1.K.
S. W SEAIILI.
SEARLE t SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A -D COl'N"ELLOI!S AT LAW -and
So t-itor in Chmcerv; oKce Buford's
block. Rock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW -Loan money on ?ood
secart'y. muke collections. "Referei ce,
Mitchell X LvLde, ianki rs. Office in I'ostuffice
S. W. OOELL,
ATTi'RVEY AT LAW-l'ormeriy of Port Byroi..
and u.ir.ii :ne past tw rears with the firm o'
B uwn'.uk A Kntriken a: Moline, has now oinfd
hi office !ii:n ludiuorimi bandirg. rom a,
R. M. TEARCE.
Koom l 1 tciiel; A l,yndi 'sntw biocs
Take eie.-ator .
DR. J. E. IIA'VTIIORNE.
Teett . xtracted w!t:iont pi:n by the iv
No 17:6 second avenue, over Kre'.l Va-.h's.
Drs. Bickel &S.choemaker,
Mitche!1 & Lynde'a Block. Roomg 2S-81
(Take Eli valor
Edward L. Hahatt. iIark H. BuroRD.
HAMMAIT & BL'KORD,
ARCniTECrs. Rock Isl. nd. 111 Oflice Room
41. Mitchell Lynde 1 uildins.
GEO. P. STATJDUHAR
Plats and supurir.tfndir.ce for al! claas v
Hooma 53 and 55. Mitctieil i Lynde rm-.lditc
TAKE ELK VAT OB "
DR. W. V. AD AIMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given tc diseases of the Eye
Office and residence 312 Twentieth street.
Office hoars: 10 to 12 a. 2 to 4 and 7 to 8
P.M. Telephone No. 1200.
DR. AS AY,
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 ThikI" Ave
Telephone 1270. Rjck Island, III.
Office Ilours: 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
at niirht. '
J. R. Hollowhush, II, D, Geo. E, Barth. M. D.
drs. barth & hollowbush
Physicians and $vrgv.ox$,
Olllce 4W23rd t. .Telephone lui
Residence TS1 "Jlst st llSS
omci ao -ns:
Dr, Barth U , Hollowhush
to 10 a.m. 10 to 1-' a.m.
1 to t and T lob p. m. I to 5ai.d 7 to r p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. I10EINSON
EYE, KAR NO E
Uif.e McCulionjrh Build nj:. 124 W. :Jd 8t.
ours 9 to 11 arr : 1 to 4 im.
I. F. vi9, M. D. Geo. W. Wheeler. M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
Hii-jcTy and Itiaeaws r tVsneii
Office over Krell & Math's . Telephone 1 143.
OP Ftc E Horns:
DR. MYEIIS I Bit. WHEELER.
1) to 12 a. m. 8 to lo a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 8 p. m 1 1 lo 3 and 7 to 1 p. m
ties, telenhonr ia.. 1 R,:. u-Ienhoue. 11".
W A. DARLING.
Mitchell & Lynde F.luck,
Take F lev nor.
Cor. Michi j.-,u ftve and Mciroe St. CHXAG0.
T" OnO.iCH INS-'PLCTION. CHEAP BOAROING.
w o. o POWFEJ,.rrin
STOin' TELLING OWLS
THEIR FUNNY YARNS . MADE THE
ADIRONDACKS RING WITH MIRTH.
The Jovial Birds Were So Langhter Pro
voking That the Side Splitt lug Contagion
Spread to Their Human Auditors, and
Even the Loons Howled With Ielight.
"What amused our party most np in
the Adirondacks," said a Scranton man,
"was an entertainment given to ns by a
flock of storj- telling owls. Oiir camp
was away back in the wilderness of
Herkimer county, and we had hardly
turnt-d in for the night when a flock of
owls alighted on a tree over ns and be
gan to tell stories and laugh. Every
owl listened in silence to the one that
was talking, and when the tale was fin
ished the whole flock laughed as though
they were tickled half to death.
"They r.."i:.i:ided ns of a lot of drum
mers in a sr.iuking car, and they had
such .i 'lly fun it became contagious.
We all r.'iled and laughed over the fun
the big ycd birds were having tip in the
tree, and ln-fore hug the side splitting
contagion attacked some loons out on
the lake, which fairly yelled with de
light whenever the fun loving owls guf
fawed and shrieked and shouted over a
right gnod yarn told by one of their
"Oi:ce i: awhile a t-tory was so funny
before tho knob was reached that we
could hear two or three of the feathered
listeners snicker and chuckle under their
breath, and when the end came the en
tire Cock made the woods ring. The
jovial birds had met expressly to swap
experiences of the night before, and
thej- talked so plainlj- that we could
easily keep a run of their anecdotes as
we lay on our beds of spruce boughs.
"One of the owls tuld about how a big
rat that he had caught by the back
yanked itself loose and showed fight.
The owl described how he had let the
rat flatter itself that it was going to lick
him, how he finally bit his tail olf at the
root, and how the rat then went squeal
ing and zigzagging around with no rud
der tognide its movements. The picture
so amused the eager auditors that they
fell into the mos-t vi. lent iits cf laughter,
some of them tumbling from their lurch,
they were so tickled.
Another owl descrilied the tusrde he
had had with a t..r. h old jack hare in a
swamp. He said that the hare had car
ried him along through the rushes and
over logs f..r some distance after he had
got his claws iu its back, and that he at
last brought the harc-up standingby keep
ing one claw in r..s hide and catching hold
of a bush with his other claw. The hare
rolled over and over as soon as the owl
let go of the bush, and the owl said that
his feathers pointed iu all directions
when he finally got the l-st of the hare.
Teal after ieal of laughter followed the
"Anotherowl told about biting a snake's
head off and trying to swallow it. The
head stuck in his throat, and be would
surely have choked to death, he said, if
Lis mate hadn't come along just then
and pulled it out with her claw. The
story teller's predicament was such a
funny picture to the imagination of the
listening owls that they responded with
yells of wild delight.
"But the story that fairly upset the
whole party of nocturnal roisterers and
made them hoot and screech ami flutter
all over the tree for at least live min
utes was told by an owl with an alto
voice. He said that he l lt like kicking
up some mischief the night before, so he
sailed out to the settlement, settled down
on the window sill of a house in which
there was no light and began to tap on
the panes with his bill. The folks were
asleep, so he flitted to the opposite side
of the house and tapped there. Nobody
stirred, and he kept going from one side
of the house to the other till a woman
got up. struck a light and began to try
the windows to see if they were fast.
'When she came to his window, he
peered in at her, and she started to
Bcream so hard that in a moment her
husband sprang out of bed, and four chil
dren in their nightclothes came running
down stairs and shouting, 'Mamma,
what's the matter';' The woman couldn't
tell what the matter was. ait hough her
husband and young ones kept couxing her
to, but at length she caught her breath
long enough to say she had seen a s:ok
at the window.
"At that the man dashed out and be
gan to search around the house, and the
owl said he flew to the top of a balsam
tree, where he sat till the man wei.t
back, when he alighted on the window
sill again. Tiie man was angry at his
wife for making such a rumpus about
nothing, so he drove the children back
to bed and went to jawing her like six
ty. !She jawed back, and they had it
hot and heavy till the man got up and
cuffed her. Then she threw a dipper of
water on him in the bed, and iu jump
ing out at her he knocked the lamp oil
the stand and put out the light. The
owl said he listened to their quarreling
and lighting in the dark till he could
stand it no longer, when he flew back to
the woods. His recital filled his listen
ers with merriment, and it was several
minutes before they calmed down for
"Well, sir, those jovial owls continued
to tell stories till 2 o'clock, when we all
became so sleepy that we lost all interest
in their amusing tales. The loons out
on the lake laughed like all iiossessed
whenever the owls did, and the two
gangs of midnight merrymakers kept up
their racket till we had to go out and
drive the owls away by firing our re
volvers.'' bcrantoii Letter.
"Do you still have colored servants,
Hicks'" "Well, in a sense. We don't
have negroes any more, but we've got
three of the greenest girls you ever saw
in the house now." Harper's Bazar.
No Ideals Shattered.
She- Why dgli't you marry her?
He Because it is so much more de
lightful to love her. Truth.
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learn for yourself just how good a
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size 5 c anl 1.
S. II. Clifford, New Castle. Wis.,
was troubled with neuralgia and
Rheumatism, his stomach was dN
ordered, his liver was affected to an
alarming degree, appetite fell aw!Ty,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
ami strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Slieppard, llarrisburg. 111.,
had a running sore on his leg of
eight years" standing. Used three
bottles of electric hitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salvo, and
his hg is sound and well. John
Spcalcr. Catawba. Ohio. had live large
fever sores on his leg. doctors said he
was incurable. One bottle Eiec'rie
Hitters ami one box Buckley's Arnica
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The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
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no pay required. It is guaranteed
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lot sale bv Hartz & Ullemever
A t.t miiTie Knovrnothtng.
"Wei!. I lv::tcs3 has met."
"Don't yon huov. ':"
"Ain't I .iskin you:"
'Why. y.ni k-ow .bont tha money
"An what".- -sinngfucvr"
"My fiit-n d. there was a war in this
country at ne time."
"W;.( i ;.' I.--':" Atlanta Constitu
O, woma:i. iK-sjtu:r'nj and it tc lie ,
I'rt'a.lii t-i Iduii:;:. io d'e.
Hear lliec'.iirt cho us that rbes,
Fi'.li the domi: of ihe sky.
"sjsuts be 2'ad. tl.err's he'p to be l ad;
No lo jr r b.- miscrabY, ;'iimy and sad :
Loi-t health "-eijaiL," riio; out the rtfiain,
"i'oor creatnres, be healthy a- d happy a:i:n .
Hok? Bytikins Or. Tl rre's Favor te Pre
scription, the w-Tld's jr.a-.est remedv- f.r ail
kinds of dis-a t s peca iar io women. It brings
buck tone and v g.ir to the :-y:i.'Tn wtakened by
those eist-einc complaints kn wn only to wo
men, whi h make life such a burden, it re-tores
relaxed organs tu a normal cor.dilion. It forti
fies the sv s-eni apaiust !h.- approach of diseases
n hich often termina'e in unt.V.d misery. If no: in
death which is p cVrab'.e to the pain a-id :or
n.ent of livir., in many instance. It is the
groat e.ft of 8"iomifir skill aril resca'cli to wo
rn" n. and for 't so s cannot lie t o (rratcful It
curt-s her -1 s when nothing Is can. It is iruar
Bnieed to civt- saii-rnc;ioi or ; rice i SI ' r- tnrned.
Ab-.i u't l- soli on trial.
!i "'iiii !. s:if for t'.i.iTia.
V."1..t s'i" t't'.i::i' 7:ii-. oI";:::r i I'asturia.
U 'hvu -J iv i.-J t'i iiurt.-u, .-lit? gaverUom Castor
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b-'iwt Is e;u-h day. Most people need
to use it.
Cr,iv."eri Cry for
C'oughinji leads to consumption.
Ivemp's Halsam will stop the cough
Chi.dret Cry for
Tue P. i i lu lei nhiti zoo is in danger of
1 .s: iu : s li: eo:i'-ef.o:i of smimals and
t .1 .-. io-.-or-iin to -,i 1 a al newspaper.
-.;iise . .t hu-k of f-.nnis
: -m v v
fiotit. Tnfltienrn. Backache.
Pains in the Side. Chest and
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
Before yon need to buy, ODtaiu
the valuable book! "Guide to Heaith.'Vith
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A I DRESS:
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W 11 Wasrantis. V
Prize Medals Awarded I
European Houses: Badolstadt, Lctidon,
s lenna, rrague .Aoiieraanit viiea,
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E:2ST VCS S0EIS1T3
4 "."dorWdrorrlsw--st 4
; Be Human Electrical Forces !
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
Tho electrical force of the numm Tvxlr. r.
the nerve fluid may be termed, 1 an e-.;e
cia'ly attractive department of science,
exerts so marked an Influence on the 1 i
of the organs of the body. Ne.ve foivt s
produced by the brain a.'id conveyed t
mens of the nerves to the various or-.o.s o:
tlie i.dy. tliussupplying the latter with tlit
Yim.ity neeessary iooi
sure their liealtn. Th
.au-umocasiric nerve, as
shoivn here, may be said
to ;eiheintst im;K)rtaiit
f i be entire nerve sys--
ii .ts it supplies the
h. hi. lanns, stomach.
:.o-.ls. ete., witli the
tvevve for.-e neesary to
k -. i) :lie:n active and
,.e::ihy. As will be seen
-.. , lie cut the linj; nerve
u.'--endiint from the
I i-e of the brain and
:il i.it re; in tho bow-
e - :ue Dueuiniatnc,
v.i.ie ilie numerous lit-.
t e eranehes supply tnt
ie in. luiiirs and stom-
;i 'i with neessary vi-
i..ty. When the brain
i.e no tn anv way dis
o. iered iiy Irritability
... exhaustion, the nerve
f.i.-.-e vviiieh it supplies
. .-t-"ie.l. and tho or-tt-is
re-eivinn tho di
u, :e-iie.i supply arc con-
: ieu:lv weakened.
!' i.s ci ins generally fail to recognize.
:i.- lUiixirianee of this fact, but. treat the
rran h-eif instead of the cause of the trouble
T'u- noted specialist. Franklin Miles. M. I.,
!.,. It . has sivt-n the preater part of Ids. life
to Mr study '''is subject, and the j.r n ipal
i., - ivories ooneernine ft areduetohi-eib rts.
ii Miles' Kis-torative Nervine, the unri
v i .. I lira in and nerve food. Is prepared on tin
pcia -iple that, all nervous and many other
i:i lilies originate from disoruors of tho
ie veeenters. Its wonderful sm cess lnc irln-"
t .e e Unorders is testified toby thousands In
t .-. part of the land.
ii--.i,rative Nervine cures sleeplessne--n.
i . .u-pnsTration. diinf-ss. bvsteria. -e' '
ua! del "lily, St. Vitus danee. epilepsy, etc.
is frre from opiates or tlnnci-niu- drue.
is s.)i.l n a is-ltive cuarantee 'y all dr-i
iiisr. or sent dirts-t by the Ir. Miles Meii
ex. Hikli.iri. Ind.. on rei-eipt of priee SI per
- -ii,-. sijr -xjtties t,;r 5 exorf-ss precaid
int&nllv Mnnvi' anil for.'-e- do'trors ob -jfCiirtiiable
ha r. hv.'Th -r apoo the haais.
fue snn or Tit c-, wr'ioai di-co;orairn
- or inj ury to the m Jelir itL -ia. It was
! PoK Fi FT Y YTAR TIIS a'UCT F IMl'LA OF
C Kli MI S WlIiN. HOtCROWle tfT' i t.y piy-i-
; clot. a?- tiie h;rlif-t a I'hdrrt rtd ihe
in opt t-m: iipui (U-niiu o: i-i nn.l h i:r ie
- li-i th it cv.t livtt i I'irmi hi :rvj:o prac-t:ct-
cf ali'i-t in ani"!.j nM;tv a.ii ar
Ntocracy tr Europ. h- pn rr,b -i ih'.- re-
- cpt.-. 1'b t'E Sv a:'. curt-jy p -ckcl.
OorTe--n.ir;.c- c rl CLtia. b vu
: f r An;p-ira. A.l-lrt-! TH2 KOvKlM
C !-i T HAIR ftKO'VE C" IVpu K.. 57
x !M3uth 5;.- av.'ii it-, Nt w Yt rk.
QOO O " I) O ' " O ' U " O ' ' O "
Fstate of Je-ei'h Viiifer, Deceased.
Tne undersized hvinB been appointed -xe
cntriz of ihe last will and testament of Joseph
NVin'er, late of the con.. ty of Hock Ilnd. -.
of Illinois, deceased, hereby cive" notice tha sh
wi'l appear bt fo-e the conntrcoart of Kock Island
com.tv. at the ofBre of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Kock island, at the December term on
the first Vonday in I'ecember next, at which time
all persons bavins claims at a est said estate are
notifi-.d and req-.ested to attend, or the purpose
of having the same adjusted. .-11 pe-sons in
dehtfd tosaid st te arc requested to make itt
meti.aie payment to:he undr--siinied.
Dated :hi- l:jth dav of Septeral?r. A. D Isfg.
MAKUN sPEs. 1NTEH.
hick to contractors.
Sea'ed pro;Ks.ils will be reCcivca at the City
Clerk"- office. Uork l-'.aiid. IU., umii Mon-lay,
livih, ls:':t. at f-o'ciock p m.. fvr c 11-1:1 ct i'
the ;niprov, riioi.t known s secrioa No. rJer
e'l hy a-i ordinance of the c: y of H t k nd. l'l..
puasvuJune Tth, l-. S.ei.: tied "An ord.r.an e for
: ij - itaiToveiueiit o' Sevetiteerth and N iui fenrli
strides from ihe s ":ah line of Tmrd to Thj Neriu
i:r.e of Fo-irih avfi:i:,. hti'1 Ten:y "h:r.i srreet
from the south line of Third to 'lie iiorth Y.ui cf
Kn1-.I1 ve c. fr mu the south line t Kf:h aw-i-.'.e
ea-t s. '1:4 s;ii ! T e:.ty third tre t south to
a l:t.e 510 fi-t t -o nil of and parallel with the south
1-ue of N -nth avenue " Curler the aove ordi
nance, the a:J str.-ets are ordered c-irhd with
ci.rh-iones. excavati-d and irra-ied. improved and
p oed with pav iiii brick of yood qi-.a'i-y.
1'ians and specification for sa.d ;n:j rovemenl
on file at the City Clerk's ofS;-.
Al b:ds must he accompanied with a certified
"-heck in the sum of $500 payable to the or
der uf the treasurer of said ciiv. which shall be-
co - e forfeited to sadc ty incase the biader shall
fail to enter into contact with approved
sureties to ex. cute the work for the plsns
mentioned in his bid and according to toe plane
and sn ciflcations in ths cvjnt that the rontnor
sha 1 Ire awardel to him.
The ci"y reserves the right to reject any or all
Kock Island. H'... Sept. Si. 1H.
A. O. UL tSISti, City Clerk.
By virtue of a spec! d execution and fee bill No
-'S issued out of the clerk's oiEce of the county
court of Kock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, wtereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment recentlv
obtained against Eli Brunseu. in favor of the
Montpclicr Tile company, o t of the lands, tenement-,
jroods and chattvis of the said defendant.
Eii Brunseu. 1 have levied upon the followinn
property, to-wit : Lot two yti southea-t fourth (4i
of section number ibir'y-two i3i) towu-hi,i num
ber seventeen i ITl live ti west cf tue fourth
principal meridiiin. Also 10: two S southeast
quarter (l4)o section thtny-five ("51 township
ever.teel IT tlve (M west of the fourth (O
prine pal meridian and southwest one quarter
(i 1 ef southeast quarter (V of section thii-.v-six
( til township seventeen (1" fl ve t5) wertf tue
fourh principal meridian, in all tontainin;; one
hundred avd eij-bi i.lus) acres, all of which is sit
uated in the couuty of R-jck Island anl sta e of
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
fose for sale at public auction ail the riant, title
and interest of the above named. Eli Brunsen.
in ulu to t'le above described pmpertv, u: Satur
day, the "th day of October. 1S93. at 2 o"clo k p.
m . at the r.or.h door of the conrt bouse in the
city of Kock Island, in the county of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, for cash iu hand, to satisfy
sairi executions and fee bills.
Dated at Roe is-.and this 13:h day ,f Septem
ber, A. T.lsiJ
C. D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock Island County, lliinoia.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock. Island CoeieTT, fs-
In he circuit court. in chancer :
Monroe Swank vs. Sarah E. Mapes (formerly
Swankt E. Anthony Mapes in tin ir roper per
so a. and Mary I.. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M
Swank. Sa lie- E. Swank and Edward S. Swank'
tue minor heirs of the late Daniel C Swank, de
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy. cuardian ad lit
em Fun closure general No. 3i03.
Notice is hereby civtn that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cause on tue 7th day ef Septembcr.A.D. 1S33 I shall
on Sa'usdav. the tSSth day of October, A.D lS'.sj at
the h .ur ol o'clock in the aftern.on, at the court
house, 111 the city of Kock Island, in said county
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, seil at pub -lie
vendue to the hitth-st binder for cash that ce--win
parcel of land, s tunt i in the county 01 hoc
Island and state of Illinois, known anl described
as follows, to-wit:
The south part of the northeast quarter ('j) of
the southwest quuncr () of section seventeen
(IT), in township eighteen (tS. north ranae two
(-'.), cast of the Fourth principal meridian, con
taining leven (111 aid twenty-one (Si) hun
dredths cres, in the townsh'p of Znm.
Dated at Kosk Island, Illinois, this 30th day of
September. A. D. 1SJ. UBNRY CURTIS,
Master in Chancery. Bock Island County, 111.
KcEmky McEmhi, Complainant' So icitors
I 2eK.f sV2
A. 0. IliJESINsI
Keprceents, amon? otliT - -u .
known Fire Insurance Con-.;, .
Royal Insurance Con.- ir v r.
Weechester F.re 1 .''.-',,".'.?'
Buffalo German Ir.-. Cct'p'Tv' '
Rochester German Ir... t... j, ''-'
Citizens' Irs. Co., of l,-.. r". :
Sun Fire Office. Lonri. ii " :
Tuion Ins. Co., of fa'-.b 1
Security Ins. Co., New II-,.. n
Milwaukee 3lecan:e p, V,'
German Fire Its Co., r,l .., - r
Office Ccr. ltll St. a: .V
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAYES & CLIAVElir
Uepresenting over -JO Million D. i
of Cash assets
Fire, Life, Tornado.
Employer's LU; I
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICE Room il. Mitchell A i,,..
Kock Island. Ills. " "I '
T M BUFORn !
General . .
Tfce old K:re and T:nie t::H
Losses Frcmptlv Pa:i
Kates as low as any relianle corr.t it-.
Your Patronace is so. "
STATE SAVINGS BAM
office Comer FifteeEth etree: sii Ti-jcah.
Succeeds the MoliceSavincs . aL. Or.-ii.jt;:
5 FVrCENT I5TEGE5T AID 05 PEME
0 :tL from 9 a. m. to 3 lit., j
Saturdsy nigbvs fro
H. A. AWSWOETB,
J. F. HcicswiT,
Porter Skinner. W
C. A. Rose, :-: '
Andrew Frlberg. c.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mide for private parties :u :Le ca:t
spot of the west by tte
Orchard State Bant
cf ORCUAKD, NEBRASKA.
E. W. Dabt. President.
J. S. Dakt C'a--
Mitchell 4 Lvnde. Eankers
J. F. Roomson, Cashier lixk I-..:.. N-' '
C. C. Carter. . n.
lenry Dan's Sen. VSo:es.e .t . r
Corresuondeuce -oi.'-'.'e .
Broadway, Ojr. Trin-e St.. No i c
Refitted and rei.ova:ed unir 1.1 w :..i:
on the European plan.
Room rate ?1 a day and upward
Restaurant equal to the best x ::.. - ' -' l
Btrect cars from all R. R. s'att t.r -- '
boat and ferry landircs pass the de r.
HILDRETU 4 ALLEN", i n. '
Washf 3 everything from a tEi
silk handkerchief to a drcti
teat; Laoe curtains a specialty"
No. 1724 THIRD
A. M. & L. J. PARKER