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THE AIIGUS, SATURDAY, OCTOIHHI 7,
TUE TrUTFLr-iK' i-iLIi't,.
CICiiUCKTsLA 4 iA t IC KAIL
way Depot eorni fifth --verne and Thirty
lm street. Prink U. Plummet, agent.
Eat. I ;Tet,
lOOnCil liluli- XtuueS'i
t Day Kjpress I
Ransaa City Day Sii'tem...
Omaha and Denver Vest!-1
bole Express (
FtWortb.D nn-ri m'!t
StuartRoca Island Express
St. Paul and Miumapolis....
:S am 4
:45 am 7
3.45 am 3
4: Vi am ll
b :.t0 pm 9
0:17 am 9
Kansas City arid M J..,
Ue Moines. Omaha L'n
5:40 am'lOiO pm
Daily, tii 'ceeast. f'"-n? wen.
F. n. Pi ihmer. pu
L. M. Allis. ". Airt. Pass. Dept. Daienimrt
OCRLINTi K L'TS-C, B. A V. RAIL
-a-s way Ptp.it Fi-r -ivr-un- und Sixtentb si.
M. J. Young, went.
cut! , iini- k
n .45 an.; px
t-4i prj-i IS :v a n
7 o pa 7 :55 a n
a :f ii pm 10:41 am
7 :rVi am. :5o pm
l. Loir turss ....
4t Loui El, ret a
8t. Paul Sxprets
tHJirdstown Pus tender .
Lacrosse Pas?n;;er ...
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PALL RAILr
war Racine 4 Southwestern Division De
pot Twer.tie'.h s'rael. between Firt and Secoid
kTecae. K. D. W. Hoimea.tfent.
Maii and rfipresa
8t. Pan Sxpr
4 4'3 tm 11 :4 am
t4"i .ir s (inn
ROCK ISLAND PEOKIA RAILWAY DE
pot Firs: avenue aDd Twentieth atreet. F.
Faat Mall Express
1 tt pm
3 0) Fm
i i ff S am
2 :: pm
4 fin om
BCRX.TNUTN. CEDAR P.APIDr A NORTH
ern railway, depot f ot of Bra.lv ureef .Dav
enport. J.E.Uanuem, Gen.T'k't 'Pa Aeui
: Leave. Arrive.
77 h:5S pm 1.10 45am
. ! hi (i0 am hi 1:15 pm
LeTe Wet Davenport.
Weal I.'tiertv TVim
Norlh. nth .
. . b7:Sf tu hlOitipm
.. ali':i pm n4 5n.ta
ai3 4?i am
M :15 pin b:'iam
. . W lift, ni li:1"iini
aDaily. hD .ii'v exr.-pt S:ind iy.
Oomif Soutc ii si e.it
MOST DIRECT BOCTE TO THE
ast, South and Southeast.
I AST BOUND.
.., 8:ti am:
. . 8 :46 am I
..! 9:m am
! :3i am
..'11 :1f am!
4 :55 pm
Oalya .. ..
Prlnceyiila . .
St. Louis ... ..
1 :IS pm
' 3:50 pm
6 :55 pm,
11 :00 pm;
7 : 35am
Ar. Rocn li ir.'t
10:10 am 3:50 pm
1 :3f pm 7:05 pm
AccoTiraodi-.inr. trims leave Ro-t I"'aml at
S'OOa. m. anii 6. JO p. m : arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
A. and 1 :13 a. m. Leave Peojia A:C0 a. m. and
:1S p. m ; arrive Rock If'.and 4:00 p. m and 1:35
All trains no rtvly except Sunday.
All pne eer traioa arrive and dopart Onion
FreeCaa.rci on Fai Etpre between Hock
Islond ai l "eina. both dlrecilon.
Tarouirh -.Icko to all point?; baL'ae cnecked
hrouca to Ue:inatuin.
Aceom, j Accos.
Lv. Rock 1 Ian.: tt.lf) am1 4.00 pm
Arr. Reyaoid ... 10.-JO am i 5.08 pm
" C'aVe 11.00 am! 5.40 pm
Lt. Panie j 8.20 am 130 pm
Ar. Kyno':l 7.00 am 1.45pm
" Kock Inland i 7.55 am 3.00 pm
H.B. BTJDLOW, A. iTOCKHOUBB.
Snperlntendont. Qc'l Tkt. Acett
Great Rock Island Route
a M V
f 1U. 1
TO THE UAST.
Best Dining Car Service in the World.
The Ilnck Inland is fDi-ctnost in
jilnptin any ail vantage calctilAtt'd
to inijirr.vf sjmmmI ami jrive that lux
ury, Mifi-ty ami cimifort that npular
patrona'f diMiiami-i. Its (.'(iiiijimcnt
:s thoroughly cotujiltrte with vi-sti-bulcil
train. nianifict'tit (linin;
vars, blt:cpTs ami chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful ami capable management
ind polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
are a doulile duty to the company
ud to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difiicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great Kock Island Route runs all
egular trains to Englewood sulmr
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
'rouble by getting otT at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket oiliee in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John. Gun'l Mgr. Chicago 111
Xt Cnrrs Coiat. Coughs, ( ore Throat. Cronp. Influ
enza. V hooping- Cough Bronchitia and Aithma.
A certain cure for Cone amotion in first atagea,
and aaure relief in adraaeeditagea. Use at once.
Yon will ae the exeellt nt effect after taking the
first doae. Sold by dea era tTerywhera. ilarfa
bottles 60 centa ana, $ 1 .C 0.
E- PARV. ENTER.
ATTORXET AT LAW -Office in Mitchell i
Lynoe'a new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LtW-Officp in Keck l-'.and
National Bank building. Rnc Nland, 111.
E. D. BWEEEV. c. L. WALKER.
SWEENEY it WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND fOlXSELLORS AT LAW
Ollice in Ik-nton's nloi-k. Hock Island. III.
C.J. SEar.LK. 8. w. S.EAKLC.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A P COl XsELLORS AT LAW
and Solicitor iu Cbiucery; office Buford'?
block, liock Island
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan moncv on good
Kcurlty. miike dilections. Reference,
Mitchcii A Lyndf, tanki r. Office in l'ostofflce
S- W. ODELL.
ATTOR EY AT LA W formerly of Port Byron,
and uurin.' the past two yearf with the firm of
B.-owmm: Entriken at oline. has now opened
ai office lLine Auditorioii hniidli.g, room 5, at
II. M. PI.AKCE.
uoom X, il ilitcnoll A Lynde new bloc
Ml. J. K. HA A TIIOUNE,
Teett extracted wltiont pain by the uev
No 1716 second avecou. over Kreil la;h'a. .
Drs. Bickel &S;choemaker,
Mitche:' & Lynde'a Bl ck. Rooms 29-81
(Take El ivatorl
Edwabd L. Babvati. -lark n. Butoed.
HAM MA IT & UL'FORD,
ARCHITECTS, Rock 11. md. 111. Office Room
41. Mitchell S Lynde huildinp.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR
Plars and (iiperintendi nee for all cliia? at
Rooms 53 and S5, Mitchell . Lynde bnildini!
DR. W. V. ADAMS,
Physician and Surgeon.
Special attention given to diteaeei of the Eye
Office and residence 312 1 wentieth street.
Office hours: 10 to 12 a. b.,2 to 4 and 7 to
P. Jt. Telephone No. 1209.
Pliysician an! Surgeon,
1134 Tiiiki. Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III
Office Hours : 10 a. m. tt 12 m., 1 to S p. m. and
J. R. Hollowbash, M. D, Geo, E, Barth, M. D
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
Physicians and SrKGKoNs,
A Office 4(W2rd st. Telephone HhB
KesidenceTSiUlstst. " usa
Dr. Barth i Tjr. Uollowbush
to 10 n, m. pi to 1;: a. m,
1 to and 7 to 8 p. m. J to 5 and 7 to t p. m.
DR. CHAS. M. ROEINSON
EYE, EAR, NO-E
AND T BR 3 AT
'See McC'ullotisa Bailii:ng, m W. id 8t.
Uoi.re : S lo 11 am : 1 to 4 im.
I. r. Mrtss, M. D. Oeo. W. Whbei.es, M. D.
DRS. MYERS & WHEELER,
uriterj- and lllaeatra ef Women
Office overErell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
or pice Hoi-its:
tB. MTEBS DR. WUBELEB.
1 ) to 1-' a. m. 18 :o 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m ; 1 o 3 anil 7 to p. m
Kes. telephone la.. ' K . teleiifaoiie. 119ii.
Mitchell & Lynde Pluck,
T jkc K lev itor,
Cor. Mhhiijaii ve ar.tf Vciroe S. CHICAGO.
THOSOU.H IKSTSJCTIOM. CKC" BOA0!MCi.
Elegant lirtfhiro ' bnou
Mnd-a.er94.-r-- i f, it RBJ,. Prill
A Proposition Freely Extended
No Out- to .Suffer From Catarrh An
ne to Neglect Neeile.l Treatment
Through Fear of Heavy l"ee.
A 0X H THE INTIKE 4'. M.
The Undeiiial'le Proof of the Value
of Thi Treatment is Rcailv.
o --Cheap"1 Treatement I'mler
October Offer of Nominal Fee
The Rest of Everything Mr.
Five '!.ii!:us a month.
This is tin- only fi e to I.,- charged
!! patients applying to lr. Staek
ouse ami Daniel for treatment for
atart'h or kiiiilre.1 diseases before
In making tliis lileral offer Drs.
taekli.-iuse and Daniel desire to at
ain the-e two results:
1st. To enable all sufferer from
these prevalent maladies to im medi
ately cheek the lirnirrcss of the .lis-
ise and effect a thorough cure be.
re the approachiutr severe weather
makes relief doubly tlillleult to ob
I'd. To demonstrate conclusivcl v
:ind undenialilv the wonderful enva".
tive value and uniform sui-ees i.f the
Staekhouse system of siiecial treat
Remember that the offer is limited
o ttiose who enroll their names for
treatment before the tirst dav of No
All who bc"in treatment limler
this October offer will be entitled to
ont liiHance at the same rate until
am r rtVrtly Well." Sny Mr. W W.
Wlien I lirst went to Dfs. Stack-
house and Daniel." said Mr. William
Jensen, a prai-tical. well-to-do farmer.
residing i mile tiot tliwest of Daven
port. -I was unable to work. 1 had
tried other physicians and a number
of remedies without avail.
1 had a crv severe case of the
catarrh, every syinpton bein espe
cially marked and distressing. 1
had also brom hial trouble, and ray
lutiirs were finite s.-riouMv affected.
This was my condition when I went
to consult the specialists of the Stack
house Medical Institute.
I bejran to feel relief after the tirst
treatment. Now I am perfectly well.
The pains and aches are all jro'ncand
t . ... ... ... .
i am ajain aoie to io my work. 1
am positive that Drs. Staekhouse and
Daniel perform the remarkable cures
that are frequently reported and I can
personally recommend them in the
highest possible terms."
NO "CHEAP" TREATMENT.
ISest Serv ire . l'ur. Kt Meilii ;ncs. Most
iirelnl Atlfiition for Si.T u Mouth.
Let it be distinctly understood that
the low rate announced for those who
apply during the present month does
not mean that the slightest chato- in
the treatment of patients will be
made or permitted. Should a pa
tient offer to pay double this fee or
ten fold as much, he could not ob
tain more thorough services, skilled
treatment or more expensive medi
cines than are pi veil any patient tak
ing the Staekhouse treatment under
the special October offer. The hiph
standard of the Staekhouse treat
ment is never lower. The solicitude
of the true physician for the welfare
of his patient always remains the
same regardless of the amount of the
fee he is to receive.
THE TIME IS NOW.
IliiVil go Ihrimi-li Another Wiic.-r Willi
Catarrh or .Asthma.
The inclemency of every winter
season renders a'ease of catarrh or
any kindred di-ease far more dan
gerous, inlinitely more annoying and
painful, and vastly more difficult to
ure. A short course of treatment
now may wholly eradicate the dis
ease. After a few mouths of severe
and changeable weather it will re
juire twice as lonp to effect a cure,
and consequent! y entail doulde the
expense, liepin before Nov. 1. and
secure for yourself the advantages of
the October offer of s." per month.
Write for Symptom lihinks.
The October offer is also extended
to patients livitijjout of the city. At
this Institute there is no discrimina
tion. Thorough and correct diag
nosis by means of symptom blanks.
Medicines and instructions promptly
shipped. Consultation free bv mail
or in person. All who be-rin 'before
November 1, will be furnished the
entire treatment until cured, at the
rate of .5 a month.
Staekhouse Medical Institute,
UR1UNE STACKIIOUSE, M. 1).
JOSKTII A. DANIEL, M. 1).
Kooma 1 und 18.
(Kir?! Floor. Take the Elevator. 1
8, W. Corner or B.-tdy and Third Btraots,
The successful ami permanently established
Spccialisi in the treatment of Catarrh, Asthma,
Diseases of the Eye. Ear, Nose, Throat and
Lungs, Ncrvim Di-eascs, Biood and Skin Dis
eases; Chronic Diseases.
Office Qours-9 a. m. to 12 m , 3 to 4 and 7 to 8
p. m.: Sundays. 10 to 12 only.
COI N TY IU Il.DlXti.
Oct. o W. H. Moore to Hattie A.
Moore, bus 3 and 4. W. K. Moore's
add., Rock Island. t. M.
Peter N. Moeller to Jurjren J.
Moeller. s 8.5 feet lot . block 5, Os
born's Second add., Moline, 200.
Mary J. Uhodenbaiih to John S.
McConnell, seJ se and sw sei 4. 16,
2w, ami tracts by metes and bounds,
n. eJ se', 4, 16. i?w, .5.000.
Fred Dunker to Jacob Weaver,
und 1-10 ne', nei and und 1-10 el sej
4. 17, lw. l.00;.
Elia S. Dewrose to Frederick
(irube. part w nwj se', 4, 17, lw.
Oct. 6- Estate of Henry P. Oakley.
Proof of notice to creditors tiled.
Inventory tiled and approved.
Sow Try This
It will cost you nothing and will
surely io von jood, if you have a
coujjh, cold, or any trouble with
throat, chest or lunjrs. Dr. Kind's
New Discovery for consumption,
coiih or colds is jxuaranteed to five
relief, or money will be paid back,
sufferers from la grippe foumHt just
the thinir and under its ue had a
speedy and perfect recovery. Try a
.sample bottle at our expence and
learn for yourself just how in.od a
thin it is. Trial bottle free at Hartz
and UImeyers dm;; store. Lare
size ooc 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 decree, appetite fell away,
and he was terribly reduced in flesh
and strength. Three bottles of elec
tric bitters cured him.
Edward Sheppard, Harrisbur, 111.,
had a running sore on his lej of
eiht years standing. Used three
bottles of electric bitters and seven
boxes of Buckley's Arnica salve, and
his e;r is sound and well. John
Speal er.Cataw ba. Ohio. had tive larjre
fever sores on his b-. doctors said ln
was incurable. tine bottle Electric
Kilters and one box Rucklcv's Arnica
salve -ured liim entirely. Sold by
Hartz A: I'llemcver's dru store.
BfCKLF.X S AKNICA SALVK.
Tlie bi'st salve in theworld fi?r cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers. salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skiii ertip,
tions. and visitivciv cures piles or
no pay reijuired. It is guaranteed
to 'ive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents ht box.
Foi sale by Hartz & LTleniever
Kateif I.owit Than Half Fare for 1'liiea jro
Day at the World's Fair ou Oft. 9th.
The Burlington. Cedar Rapids &
Northern railway will sell excursion
tickets, from all jioints on its lines to
Chicago, at rates even less than half
fare for the round trip. Tickets are
on sale October tUb. 7th and 7th.pod
to return on or before October lth.
l'.'o. For time of 'trains and other
information call on or address agents
of this company, or
J. E. Hasn'kwan. (;. T. & P. A.
Saved I' rum Heath ly a Hot.
From another irreat r;.
phe, the dispatches t. !l us, the country
has been delivered through the aiertin-ss
and devoteil.ii-.-s i.f a boy.
lie discovt i--.l that a heavy en is- --v t-e
snjijiort on the Shot ' line bridjr.- ver
the Quinnijiiac river was broken, av.i1.
notified tin- projHr anthorities in time
to arrest the Washington express f rom
Boston and -b- return "flilt ediTe" ex
pre.ss train from New- York to Post- u
from dashing npon the weaket d struc
ture, r.(:i feet Ion? and 40 feet high.
All this was done, ail this possible
wreck and ruin and human a?eny, be
reavement and mutilation, was prevented
"by a boy."
Why does not the telegraph have
enough sense of justice to name that
boy? New- York Telesrraui.
O, woman, despairing and wrUcheJ.
Dreading, yet longing, to die.
Hear the glad chorus that rises,
Filli g the dome of the sky.
"Sisters, be glad, there's help to be had :
No lorfjr.'r be miserable, clooruy and sad ;
Lost health regain," rimrs out the refrain,
"i'oor creatures, lie healthy aid happy su-aiti."'
JI By t iking Or. Tierce's Favorite Frc
scri.iiion. the world's greatest remedy fjr all
kiintp of disca es ptcu iar lo women. It briusrs
back tune ami vigor to the syste n weakened by
Iho-ecii-t essing complaints kiuwu on!y to wo
iiu ii. hi h nuke life such a burden. It restores
relaxed 'r-'an" to a normal condition. It forti
lies tin.- r x em agsainat the approach of diseases
wiii ilm't.nt -rminice i i untold misery, if not in
d ,'itii wl.i,- i is p cferablc to the pain and tor
n.ent of '.i. rg in ninny instances. It is the
t'r. a s:ifiiirs eniiiii-skill and research to wo
rn n ind for t sh cannot be t-o prat ful. It
cur. s h-T 1 s hen nothing t Is can. It is L'uar
nnteed to give mtisfuctiouur price (51) ritnrned.
Abf'u:el.. s ild on trial.
When Baby v. as Rick, we gave ner (.'astoria.
X1ien .-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria.
When siie became Muss, she clung to Castoria,
When ahe Lad Children, she gave Uiem Castoria
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Couhino; leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Ik lima Electrical Forces 1
How They Control the Organs
of the Body.
The electrical force of the htimiri bod. ::
t'.i:- nerve fluid may be termed, 1. t:i e ...
Ciu'.Iy ttractivedepartm?r.t of science, :. .
exerts so marked an infl'ijnce on tlie .!
of the organs of tiie body. Neive f.u- v- i.
pnvliiepfl hv the brain and coi.veyeil l-;
riie.nisof tlie nerve to the various ir--..ns ..."
the Ixniv, thu-snpplvlng the latter with tht
vna.ity nei-essiiry uiiu
siiiv their hi altn. Th ;
p'leiimoiasi lie nerve, as
slion n here, may lie said
to ne the most imooriaiit
of i Ik entire nerve sys
te:! .is it supplU's i be
h';!!1!. ltuiirs stomach,
bovcis. etc., with the
nerve force ne.f-sury t
k p :liem active und
iietithv. Aswilllio ceen
lie'.Mit the lorn; nerve.
o--einlui'J from the
Iii-p of the brain and
tec unco nu In th5 Iww-(:-
i-1 lie pneumoja-stric,
.v tlie numerous lit
t e uranehex supply the
iviri. luns and stom
a with nei-essarv vi
t.i.it.v. When the brain
lilies in any way tlts
oriered by irritability
or exhaustion, the nerve
for-e which It. supplies
is ; ..seiie.t, and the or
Ci i- re-elvinsr the di-l;,.r.:-.lle-l
supply are con
st i leti'lv weakened.
i:u- iiniKirtanco of this
fail to recoznize.
fact, but treat the
oman iiM'lf instead of the cause of the trouble
The timed sKeiaIist, Franklin Miles. M. I.,
1. 1.. B.. mis given the frreaterpart of his life'
t Ou study of this subject, and the i-rin-'ipal
i. - liveries concerning it are doe tobl-eifi rt-.
Nliies Kestorative Nervine, llie unri
v., i d brain and nerve food, tspieparedon t he
pici-ipie that all nervous and many other
!i -uliies oricinate from (iisoruers of the
i e vecenters. Its wonderful "Miccess. Inenrlie
t e e tiistirders is testirieU toby thousands it.
e". . pirt of the land.
i.' -uirative Nervine cures sJerpIessne--ii.-i
. it is prostration, dizziness, hysteria. ?t
li.ii .lec'lity. St. Vitus fiance, epilepsy, etc.
is free fi-ori opiates or daneemus drugs,
is s.i.J on a pts-ii ive guarantee by ail dr:i-i.-!-:.-
-r sent dirts't by the lir. Mili.s Meol -;i .
'o., FlUliart. I nd., fin rei-eipt ff price', ii uer
.x.; i.e i tx-Ti.e ft;r o i x press pie:i,.d
OOO . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . O . . OOO
Hair Death J
insranily remove- and fttr e- dftrov ob --.
jeciionable ha r wiie'ri -r upon the han-s. w
face, arm or net-, v:tiou: di coIoriri-)n
or injury to lht1 tu 1st deiic-ite -t'iin. It was
i POB Flt'TV Y ' A Ks TH K S 't IIET FilltKI'U OP '.
Z K-A mi s WiLsnN. acicnowie ige.l by piyi- c
; cion a- the h ghe-t a chtticy and "ihe -
' m.s: eniint'iil dertua'o i-i-t and hair spe "ia-li-Mh
tt ev r lived. Ounnj hi iinvatc prac-
lice ff a life t in amitiig ihe noblitv ami ar-
- if-Toeraey of Eur,pj tie pr.tr.bed llii- re-
c:pe. I'b f'K. 51 tt v" ail. st e'irrly pckeri.
Oorre-rt'tn-lcLc-i fteiil eut;:i!. S e ATents
i f ir An.eriia. Atitlress TUS SKOOKt'M "
; !iiOT HAIK OKOiVK I't)" Dept. IL. 5?
South 5in avenue. New Yerk.
o o '
Fstatc of Joseph Winter, Deceased.
Ti-e nnaersimcd hnvinir been appointed ese
cntrix of 'he last will and testament of Joseph
Win'er. late of the comity of Kock Island, ; .r
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha sh
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
county, at the office of th clerk of said court, in
t he city of Rock islaud. a: the rec-cniber term on
the first Monday in I'eccniber int. at whichtime
ail person? haying claims aja ns! mid estate are
not. fit d and reipioted to attend, for the purpose
of having the same adjusted. j-U persons in
deb'ed toaid f st te are reqnesied to make inc
med ate payment to the undei-sined.
Dated ihi? l'lih dav of September. A. T l?5-3
MAIvlAN sPEs. WINTER,
Ajj'oTICK TO CONTRACTORS.
St aled proposals will be received at the Cit
t'lerfc"- ofllce. Kok Island. 111., nntil Monday,
i ii. Pith, lsi'.i. at o'riork p m.. for c.-ustivet rii
the improvement know n i s sertiou N t. rJer
ed hv an ordinance of tlie cvy of Ktck Isi.il. ri
passed June Tih. ls'.iri.ertitied "An erdinan-.e for
the iinprnvtuient o' Seventeenth and Nineteenth
streets from the s uth line of Tnird to the North
l i.e of Fourth avenue, and of Twenty third street
from the south line of Third to the north lin? of
K.hi-ih ave rue, from the soarii hue f K.fin ave
tot' ea-t lou sai l T enty third street south to
a line 510 feet math ef and parallel with the south
hue ff N" mil a erne ' Vurier the a rtove ordi
nance, the raid streets arc ordered c.irhidwiih
curbstones, excavated and crafted, improved and
ptved with pavim: brick of good qna'.ity.
t'tans and specifications for said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
Al. bids must be accompanied with a certified
check in the snm of $500 payable to the or
der of the treasurer of said eil v, waich shall he
coi e forfeited to saide'ty in case the bidder shall
fail to enter into eo ittact with approved
sureties to en cute the work tor the plan
mentioned in his bid and according to the piane
and spt durations in the evsnt that the contract
sha 1 lie awarded to him.
The city reserves the tight to reject any or all
Rock Island, II'... Sept. 2i lStn.
A . D. HU EtstSG. City Clerk .
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Inl-AfiD CorsTT. I
In the circuit court. in har.rcn :
Monroe Swank vs Saraii E. Mapes (formeriv
SwarkiE. An'hory Iuh s in Hit ir I riper i)er
sou. and Slary I.. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M
Swank, Sa'iie E. Swank and Edward S Swank
the minor heirs of the late Pauiel O. Swaik de
ceased, by John T. Ketiworthv, ttuardian ad lit
em Fori lo-urc general No. 3.M"iit.
Notice is hereby given thai bv virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in tlie above emit'ed
cause on taeTth day of september.A.D. 1SH3 I shall
on saturdav. the iS;h day of Ovcber. A.D.iscj at
the h.ttir of So'clock in the afterniou, at the court
house, in the city of Kock lslaud. in said county
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the hiehfst bidder for cash that ce'
tnin parcel of land, situat : in the coiintv oi Hoe's
Isianti and state of Illinois, known am describtu
as follows, to-wit :
The south part of the northeast quarter (.l tf
the southwest quarter 04i -of siclion seventeen
1 17), in township eighteen (lsi. north ran-e two
('-). east of the Fourth principal meridian, con
taining leven (111 ard twenty-one lil) hun
dredths teres. In the township of Zuma.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this 30th day of
September. A. D. 1S1M. HKNRV CVKTIs
Waster in Chancery. Rock Island County, 111
McEmbt ft McEmkv. Complainant' So icitors
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No
0514 issued out of the clrk'offiee of the county
conrt of Kock Island county, and state of Illinois
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain tadement recently
obtained against the Coal Valley Butter and
t hecsc company in favor of Wiiliam Bailev ont
of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Valley Butter and
Cheese conip-iiy,I have levied upon the following
property, to-wit . s
Lots numbers thirtieen (131, fourteen (I4'i, fif
teen (15) and sixteen dti' in the K'rst addition
to the town or Tillage of Coal Valley, in the
couuty of Kock Island, and state of Iili-oi
Therefore, according tosaid command ! shall ex
pose for sale at public anct ion ail the right, title
and interest of the above named. Coal Valley
Butter an t Cheese company, in and to the above
described property, tin Saturday, the SSth day of
October, 1893. at in o-c!o k a. in., at the north
door of the Coal Valley Butu r and C beese com
pany's factory on premises above described in
the county of Kock Island and state of Illi-iois
for cash in hand, to satisfy said execution and
Dated at Rock Island this 4:h day of Octo.
bcr, A. D. 1813. Ctf RCS D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
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neprescnis, ar.iong otu-r
known Fire Insurance com;. ,' -r.lC''
Royal Insurance t'ompirv ,-f r
Weschester Fire Ins (....' . ': -' -"-i
Buffalo German li... (... , '."' ,, x V
Rochester German Irs t v L - B
Citizens' Irs. Co., --f I'jf.t'. " . :' ":'t j
i-uu r :rt; vtiiee, lintl..n
Vuion Ins. Co., of ('a' r,,.,
Security Ins. Co.. New Hs... ,
Milwaiitt'e M..rs.1.,.. - 11
Wi- u.,s .,.
German Fire Ins Cd., oi ; ... .
Oflicc Cor. isth St.
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"THE OLD REIIABIE,"
HATES & CLEAVXUsil
Reprtfcnting over 4o Mi:;:,ja t
01 iai-n atft tt
Fire, Life, Tcrr.aclo.
. Accident, Mari
Employer's L:T:: '
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Room il, Mitche'.) 4 !vr.
rlock Island. U'.s. -l! -
3C"Secure our rates: they w-;. :u,..,.r.
J M BUFORD,
General . .
The o!d Fire find T rr.c (
Losses Prcmptly Pali.
rtito fc tow i any re!;ji:..t' ror.;
STATE SAVINGS mi
office Corner FifieeEth strt: hie Ti re Att 1
Succeeds the Molice Savic-rs i at . ut.--l.k::
5 PerCEM I5IE2E5I a AID o PtPuSITi
Orcai!zed ULdtr r:..:t. L.w.
Oen from 9 a. m. to S - a.. uLi w,n...ijtt:
Saturday nights fr.tLT:-; ;tr
H. A. AlNSWOBTli,
J. T. Heuenwat,
Poricr Skinner. W. W. '.T -.
C. A. Rose. H. A. i:'-r:
G. H. Edward. '.V. U. A lio.
Andrew Fr.berg, c. y. Uezi: lwj.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
made for private parties :l :te ct:c
pot of let west '.-j th
Orchard State Ban.
of orchard, NEDi.i?SA.
K. W. Dart, President.
J. S. DAhl Ci.-l. tt.
Mitcfcell Lynde, Bsckt -s.
J. F. Robinson, Cashier Hot. Is.-t. . N '
C.C.Carter, V. D.
Henry Daifs Sens. Waotesa.c i.t'ir
Corresuouaenre -ni.Li't ..
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Nov V c y'
Refitted and renovated r.ni. r Lew
onthe European plan.
Room rates ?l a day and upward . 4
Restaurant equal to the best in ike ctty E
Btreet cars from all R. R. stiitiot.s t-l
boat and ferry landings pass tte doer.
BILDRET1I ALLEN. T
Washes everything from a ne
silk handkerchief to a tires"
tent; Lace curtains a specialty
No. 1724 THIRD AVI
A. M. & L. J. PARKER