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THE AIIGUS, MONDAY, OCTOKKK Q..Jgl)3.
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THE TBATEliEKS trCIDF..
CHICAGO, KOCH 1BLAS11 tA. rlC rtAU,
way Depot comt r"'ftt veuneand Thirty
art street. Frank H. Plnmmer, aont.
vooucil Binds Miiiiicno- '
t Day Express
Kansas City Day Express. . .
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Express 1
FtWorth.D river & Unl'tt)
Stuart-Rock IsUnd Express
St. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City a d St Joe
Des Moines, Omaha A Lin I
1:05 am! 4:45 am
10:Npm; 6:12 am
M-.IAi.in! 5114 nm
- , p' " - - ''
7 :45 am :'ib pm
3.45 am 3:i0 am
4:5(1 Bin 11 :0s pm
d:ou piuj v :w am
6: IT am 9:0ft pm
ti:40 am S:35 pm
S:40 am10.a0 pm
Daily. G'.es.t. i'.vn?wet.
f. n. pi.i jimkr, Agi.
L. M. Ai.lis. fieri. Agt. Push. Dept. Uavonport
XJUKLINtiTiO KA'iE-C. B. Ay. KAIL
war Dep;u t-'l-"' r.ne nd Sixteenth si
SI. J. Y'oung, axenl.
ulT. , IkHI"!
St. Loo:- Kxores ....
31. Until Biprei s ...
Bt. Paul Bxpren
Lacrosse Passenger ....
45 au.j 7::i?) pi
?'4.ipm 6:35 an
7 0. pnv 7:55 an
8:fn pm 10:45 am
T.ftnamj 6:5l pm
9:50 am 5:"6 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAL L KAIL
way K:iclne Jt Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth i reet. between First and Second
avenne, E. D. W. Holme. aiteut.
Mali and Sitpress
81. Pail Bxprcti'....
9 .10 pm
4 4.1 nm ll:4- am
V:41 in;1 0
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenne and Twentieth a'reet. F.
B. Rockwell, Agent.
I LlAVS ABHIVX.
8:05 am 7-e!Tpm
.. 2:S0 pm 1 :'is pm
.. 9:10 am 3 01 pm
. I 4:1ntm ":p am
Put Mall Express
Cable Accommodation.. .
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Braiir street. Dav
enport. J.E.Uanuegin, Geu.T'k't fc'Pass Auent.
. b4:55 pmlhlO 45 am
.i l5 00 amibll:lo pm
Leave West Davenport.
West l.iiiertv Trams
North. S nth.
a!0::Vi pm 4 5Uu n
aG 45 am
hi :15 pm hSifWam
. b9:lo ! m 11 :15pm
aDailv. hi). ii'y except Sunday.
Ooing South and cast
M09T DIRBCT ROCTS TO TH1
East. South and Southeast
3 :C4 pm
3 :27 pm
3 :57 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :i5 pm
5: to pm
lit. Rock Island.
Camnridne . ..
Oalva ... ..
8 :in m
8 :45 am
9 M am
. 3:40 pm
. 4'0C pmj
, 1 S :50 pm
. 6:55 pm I
. 1 "i am ;
11 :00 pm!
10 :l pm
10: on am
Ar. Rock l-uar.'i .
... lu:10 am 3:50 pm
. . . : 1 pm 7 :05 pm
Acco-nmodatioc trains leave Kock Is'and at
"J:00a. m. and i.iii p. m: arr.ve at Peoria S:50p.
a. anil 1 :15 a. m. Leave Peoiia H:iJ0 a. m. and
I :15 p. m; arrive Rock Island 4:00 p. m and 1:S5
Ali train-- nn d:ly excc;it Sundaj.
All p-ise T:rr 'rains arrive and dispart Union
Free Coairct-on F:nt Express between Rock
Islond an-.l Pe ir:a. both directions.
TBronun tickets to all p nnts; hajai-e caecked
hrongh to destination.
Lv. Rocc Inland H.ln am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reynolds.... 10.20 am 5.06 pm
" Cahl" 11.00am 5.40pm
i Acorn. Accom.
L. Ca ne 6.20 am 19.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds ! 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" Bock Island '7.55 am 3.00 pm
H. B. 8UDLOW.
Oiii'1 Tkt. Aueit
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
3eot Dining Car Service in the World.
The Kock Island is foremost in
4ilot)tinr :inv ad vantage calculated
to improve speed and ive that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage deiiiamls. Its etiipment
is thoroughly complfte with vesti
bulcd train.--, manilieent dininp;
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
ind olite, honest service from em
ployes arc important items. They
nrc'a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a tosk diflicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this Hue will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che (ircat Kock Island Route runs all
'egular trains to Englewood suluir
)an station, cl.se to World's Fair
i rounds, and you can save time and
'rouble by jjctlin oft" at that point
,nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ollice in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'l T' t. & Pass. Apt., Chicago, 111.
E. St u., Geri'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
THE NEXT MORN
ins i rrrL bright ind
NEW AND MY CC
iMPLCXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says It
acta Rently on the stomach,
d is a pleasant laxative. This
liver and kidnevs. ar
drink is made from
as easily as tea. It it
cannot (r-t it. send y.
Lane's Family M
each day. In order
Addreaa OKATott F.
it 5fic. and ai a package. Ify.m
mr address for a free sample,
dirine movea t hnwfla
10 be healthy this is necessarv.
UUU V. AK1), J.E JtoY. Ji. V
ATTORNEY AT I AW Olllcc in Mitchell A:
Lynde's new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT I. AW Office in Itock Iland
National Bank I uildiiig, Koc Island, 111.
E. D. 8WEEEt. C. L. WALKtR.
SWEENE Y & WALKER-
ATTORNEYS AND fOlNSELLORS AT LA W
Ollice in Bensst' n's block, Kotk Island. 111.
C. I. SEAlll.E. S. W. SEAULE.
SEARLE A SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AVD COUNSELLORS ATLAW
and So'lcitor in Chancery; office Huford's
block. Rock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT I AW Loan money on pood
security, make collections. Reference,
Mitchell Jt Lvule, t ankers. Office in I'ostofllcc
S. W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron,
and duniiif tne pat two years with the firm ol
It owuiiil- x KutrikiTi at Moline. has now opened
a i office iu'u. .udit iriam building, room 5, at
15. M I'EARCE.
tioom W r vitcht 1! 4 Lynde's new block
1U. J. E. HAWTHORNE.
Teetn extracted without pain by the nr
o 1716 Second avenne. over Krell A Math's.
Drs. Bickel &Schoemaker,
Mitchel1 & Lynde's Block. Rooms 29-81
(Tat e Elevator)
Edward L. Hahmati. Clark n. Bupoud.
HAM MATT & BUFORD.
ARCHITECTS, Roc',; Island, 111. Office-Room
41. Mitchell Jc Lyude building.
GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR
Plans and fuperin endence for all clais o
Rooms 53 and 55. Mitctiell & Lynde huildini;
. TIKI KLSVATOB
Physician and Surgeon,
1134 TiiniD Ave
Telephone 1270. Rock Island, III.
Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m and
J. R. Hollowbnsh, M, 3, Geo, E, Barth, M. D.
DRS. BARTH .fc HOLLOWBUSH
Physicians and 8urgeons,
Office 40933rd ht. Telephone lt
Residence 7l:;ist st. lias
om :x BnrRs:
Dr, Barth Dr. Ilollowbnsh-
9 to 10 a. m. 10 tola a.m.
1 toSasdT lob p.m. i to 5 and 7 tog p. m.
DR. CHAS. 2,1. ROEIN30N
EYE, KAR, NO E
Office McCullou-h BulliliiiR, 11 w. :id St.
Hoars: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 urn.
J. F. Myebs, M. D. Geo. W. Wheblbr. M. D
DRS. M YERI3 & WIIEELER.
Hurx-rv ami HiMcntfH r wmrii
ffice over Krell & Math's. Telephone 1143.
orri.;i docks :
DR MTER9 I DR. WHEELER.
1 io u . I S to 10 a. m.
a to 5 am 7 tc SI p. m ; 1 to 3 and 7 to w V. n
' Res. u-leibone. HI".
Mitchell & Lynde Block,
Take F levator.
John Volk & Co..
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kind9 of looi work for builders.
Eighteenth St- bet. Third and Fourth avenues.
The Deadly Work Done by a Ravage
We arrived at the crossing of the Niobra
ra river at 8 o'clock in the afternoon, and
were then so" far behind the Indian band we
were pursuing that it whs determined to
give up the chase and wait there for Cap
tain Frayne's detachment to come in from
the west. We were making camp when a
dog came out of a thicket on our right and
began howling. Everybody saw at a glance
that it was a settler's dog, and everybody
realized in an instant what his actions sig
nified. Every man of the QOQ stood looking
at the animal, when he ceased howling and
came forward. He was a gaunt, fierce look
ing beast, and many of the men held their
carbines ready to shoot as he came trotting
up and halted at the feet of the major. Aft
er a long look into the officer's face the dog
threw up his head and howled again a
long drawn, quavering howl which sent a
chill over every man, and even made the
horses look up from their feed.
"Captain, detail a sergeant and five men
to follow the dog," said the major as he
turned to the commander of K troop. "I
think there's a pioneer's cabin on the far
side of the thicket. If nothing is to be
found v. .tMn half a mile, let a man return
and ii p rt, and I will send out a larger
As we caught up our horses the dog ceas
ed howliui; ami exhibited signs that he un
derstood. As we mounted he trotted away
al the head of the detail and led us straight
for the thicket. It proved to be a fringe or
curtain hiding a lovely little valley, and as
soon as wl- passed through it we saw the
cabin of a piimeer half a mile away. We
wheeled into line, opened out in skirmish
ing order ami approached the cabin at a
walk. When half the distance had been
passed, we saw a wolf sneak out from the
cover of the cabin and run for the brush
covered hillside. A moim-nt later two great
vultures which were perched on the roof
and perhaps asleep took wing and flew
"There are dead men in there!" whispered
the sergeant as we came to a halt. "See
there! It was an Indian attack, and they
tried to burn the people out. Itnik at the
bullet holes! See that trickle of blood un
der the door!"
The dog advanced tu the door, snuffed at
the blood and then threw up his head and
"We must use this log to break the door
in," continued the sergeant. "The Indians
brought it here, but the lire was too hot.
See where the wolves have licked the blood
off the grass! There has lieen a terrible
light here. Now, then, altogether and
heave! That's it one two three and the
door gives way!"
We dropped the lou and retreated a step
or two. while the excited dog sprang into
the cabin and whined and barked and final
ly gave utterance to a howl so full of
lamentation that some of the men closed
their ears to the sound. Every man was
palefaeed and trembling. The sergeant
should be the first to look in, but he hesi
tated, and it was only after a great effort
that he pulled himself together and ad
vanced. On the rough floor, as if they had
crawled together to die, were four men, a
woman and two children, the latter about
7 and 4 years old respect ively. It was a log
cabin, with boards instead of sash and
glass at the windows, and there were hun
dreds of crevices between the logs through
which a bullet might find its way. How
long the fight had lasted we could not de
termine, but all there had been dead for 34
hours at least.
"You can see how it was," said the ser
geant after sending off a man to the com
mand. "Three of these men came down
the trail ahead of the Indians, fleeing for
their lives and warning other settlers.
When they turned in here, the red devils
were close after them, and the onlj- thing
to do was to fight. Look at the bullet
holes! See how many wounds each one
has! The Indians fired from every direc
tion, even down through the roof. It must
have been an all day fight, and the last
man or two was able to handle a gun when
the Indians got the alarm and left. There
was the husband and father, lu his dying
hour he lay down his rii!e and crept over
to his dead wife anil children and Hung his
arms over them. What 's that on the floor?"
We removed the boards from the two
windows to let in more light, and on the
white surface of n split log used as a floor
board we found h scrawl traced in blood.
There lay the splinter which had lieen used
as a pen, aud within six inches of it were
the fingers of a dead man. In the semi
darkness of day or the gloom of night his
rude pen had painfully and roughly written
in his own blood the words:
"Over 200 Injuns. All wiped out but me,
and I'm hard hit. Send word to"
That was all. The splinter fell from his
fingers, and he sank down and died. We
gave them burial in the grassy valley and
burned the cabin, and as we broke camp the
dog went with us, fierce, wild eyed and wolf
ish, but knowing that he was amoii
friends. M. (jLAU.
The Human Heart.
The human heart is a hollow muscle of a
conicle form placed between the two lung
nnd inclosed in the pericardium, or heart
sac. The ordinary size of the heart in the
adult is about 5 inches in length. iiZ inches
in breadth at the broadest part and 2'.j
inches in thickness, and its weight is from
10 to Vi ounces in men and from 8 to 10
ounces in women. Dr. I'.enecke of Mar
burg has made known his observations on
the growth of the human heart, the fact
appearing that the increase is greatest aud
most rapid during the first tuid second
years of life, its bulk at the end of the sec
ond year being exactly double what it orig
i n ally was. . Between the second and sev
enth years it is agaiu almost double in size.
A slower rate of growth then sets in and
continues during the period uf maturity of
other portions of the body. After the fif
teenth year up to the fiftieth the annual
growth of the heart is about .001 of a cubic
inch, the increase ceasing about the fiftieth
The heart, although so small, is a won
derful piece of mechanism and of great
power. With each stroke or beat it pro
jects something like 2 ounces of blood
into the conduits or channels of the body,
throwing it for a distance of nine feet. This
is done CU or 70 times a minute. The num
ber of its pulsations varies in the sexes and
according to posture. In the male it beats
81 times pr minute when standing, 71 when
sitting and GO when lying. In females it is
Id, 84, SO in similar positions respectively.
Han or Woman. Ghost or Ha T an.
We c.innot say what will cure ghsts, but many
men and many women who look like ghosts rather
than human beincs. through sickness, would re-
I cam health and happiness. If they wonld try the
. virt e of the world -renowned remedy. Dr.
j Pierce's Gelden Medical Discovery. Torpid
, liver, or "biliousness," impure blood, skin crup
! tions, scrofulous sores and swelling, consump
tion (which is scrofula of the lungs) all -yield u
j this wonderf al medicine. It is both tonic and
strenrth-rettotiii!;, and alterative or blood-
Kron onc-d Fopileaa. Te fad-
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Ilurd. of Groton, S. D." we quote:
'Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up, say
ing I could live but a short time. I
g:t e nivself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with ray
friends on earth, 1 would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption, Coughs anil
Colds". I gave it a trial, took in all.
eight bottles; it has cured nie, and
thank God I am now a well ami
heart v woman. Trial bottles free at
Harlz'& Bahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, S'.ic aud if 1 .
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if vour stomach be disordered,
von have a dyspeptic look, and if
Vour kidneys be affected you have a
"pinched look. Secure good health
ami von will have good looks. Elec
tric "Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Uarlz Bahnsen's
drug store, 5ie ier bottle
BLCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Foi sale bv Hartz & Ullemever
When Baby . 'as sick, we (rave tier t'ast-rtrla.
When -"he was a Child, she t rie.1 for Castoria.
When she hecame 3Iiss, she chin;; to Castoria.
When she Lad Children, she gavethein Castor -a
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b iweis each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam w ill stop the cough
A RELIABLE AND ON I Of THE
BEST KNOWN SPECIALISTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Hi-s Rooms Crowded. Everybody
Satisfied, and Many
DR. D. D. REA,
' l,o h,i-r e ited such a sensation in and uronnd
l . :iun l.v e :r;tir diseases that almost h illed
t . ii eilu-il raterni-y of the t untrv, and by the
i. il e-t i f m iny friends and natienti he has. de
ci id lo v. HI
At ih Harper House,
FRIDAY, OCT. 27th.
Keturnuig every month during the
year, to remain a day.
I'r. Kea lias been connected with the larirest
hosp tal in the country, and lias no. snjHirior in
diHiinosiug aril treating uiscascs 9nd deto-nia-tiea
He will give SSOfor any case he cannot tell
the disease, and where locate i in tiv- mipp.n..
He will return to Kock Island every month to re-
umiu one nay.
Treats all curable medical nd
cases, acute and chronic catarrh. ...... nf
eve, car and nose, th-oat ant lungs, dyspepsia,
llrijilit's disease, diabetes, kidneys, liver, b'.ad-
uer, curonic leiuaie aud sexual diseases. E: iiep
sy or tits cured 1 A positive guarantee!
Young and .? Kittle-Aged jjen
Biiffenng from spermatorrhoea and Impoteney as
isuii in pcii-muusc in voutu or excess in ma
ture years, and other causes, producing some of
thf following effects, as emisaions liliii-h. ,i..
bility, ne-vousness, dizziness, confusion of ideas,
aversion of society, defective memorv and sexual
exhaustion, which unfit the victims "for business
or marriage, are petuiunently cured by remedies
Itlood and ktn liloeasea.
Syphillis and comolicat Ions, as sore throat
annul 01 me imir, pain ill tne bones, etc., are
penui ny itraiiicaieil without using mercury or
other inlurinns orugs Gonorrhoea, gleet, s-ric-lures
and all urinary nnd kidney troubles speedi
ly cured by treatment that has never failed, lie
undertakes no incurable cases, but cures thous
ands given np to die. K .'member I he date and
come early, ns his rooms are always crowded
wucreiiT ue stops.
Correspondence eolici'ed and confidential.
Address Dr. 13. D. HEA, SKI Paulina Street
Ilk . IsmS
JAMES n. WAITE,
KaaarT rf 'Waite's Celebrated Comedy Co,
Premium Band and Orchostra.
ZSr. TSllrm Nrdical ., Elkhart, Ind.
You will remeEilpcr the cor-.lition I was In fre
"it.-, npi, when 1 was ;od with a combina
tjpp i of Ui-a-es. uiid ii, i.i..: . -here was no hclp
r on v- 1 lr'''d U!l k-:-' 1 .:.eiiii.'ines,and scores
:.-:iifni Thvsieiu..K .-. . j.crveswereprostratcd,
ir,-..:.:.-iue d!2z:ne-fc. i.eari trUle and all the tils
m jjjtke lite misiriibie. 1 cominuuced to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE
0. -.rl iu three months w.s pturtCTiv cunco.
la mv travels euch year, w hen I see the inu-i-iid3
of physical wrecks, sufrerirtg from nervous pros-
jo trution, tuking prescriptions from
i' V 11 l"eal physicians who have no know 1
a f. edse of their case, and whose death
L- rertaln, I feel like going to them and saying,
-cc D.- Miles' Nckvinc and bc cukco." la
jr.: i. roiessic.il, -a where inere
1. Yii man v sufTl JRKQ fferers from
overvork.inen v tal prostra
tion a:id nervous exhaustion, brought on by the
ciiuracier of the business engaged la, I wouid
u a sure cure for all suffering from those causes.
Jam as K. Waits.
Sold on a Positive Guarantee.
On VliLES PILLS 50 Doser25Cs
mx ..0..0..0..0..0..0..0..0.. ooo
jHair Death. J
Instantly removes and former destroys ob
w. jecilonalile ha r. wheth-.T upon the hanna, w
face, arm or nect. without di-coloration
or injury to the in t delicate skin. It was -
! I'llR FIFTY T'AltS TIIK SECRET FpMIMI'1.4 OP '.
I Ku Mrs Wilson, acknowledged t.y ptiy-ii- o
; rion as the hiirlie-t nnthnrity and the ;
-most eminent liermu'ohiL'Ul and hair spe-ia-
. lift th:it ever lived. Iuriui: hi private prac-
lice uf a life t in amon trie noltlit y ami ar
. istocracy of Europ; he prescribed thi re-
ripe. I'R TE, ?1 tpy t ail. securely packed.
('orrestxpiidenc! c.nia cntia'i. So e Asrents
.' f ir America. Address TUEsKOOKL'W '.
: HIKlTllAIUGKUffli-tCO. Iepu ;., 57 -
x South oih avenue. New Yolk.
OOO O' O O' ' O ' ' O ' ' l) " ' O '
() ' ' OOO
Estate of .Jcph Winter, Deceased.
Tne undernamed havinp been appointed pie
cutrix of ihe last wiH and testament of Joseph
lu.t-r, line ii uic couiiiy oi HOCK islana, si (t
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha en
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
t he city of Kock island, at the December term on
the first MonriBvin I'ecember next, ai whirh tim
all persons havine claims aca'nst said estate are
noun: a ana req'ienca to attend, rir the purpose
of having the same adjusted. 11 persons in
debted to said est te are requested to make in:
mediuie payment to ihe undersiinied.
Dated Ihie l'ltn dav or September. A. T 1?93
MAKIAN PEs. WINTER,
O'UCK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed propos .1 w:'.l bc received at the City
Clerk- office. Kock Island. I'll., until Mondnv.
ivt. Kith, 1S'.. in So'rlock p ni.. for c nsurct ng
the impioveuieut known i s section No. rder
ed by au ordinance of the ci y of K irk Is'm d. lii
passeu.liine Tin. lS!i:.eiit:tlel "An ordinaie-e for
Ihe improvement of Seventeenth and Nineteenth
streets fio:u the s uth line of Tninl lo tha North
line oi roartn avenue, and or Tneutv third street
from tile south line of Third to the north lins of
u-ih ave ue, from the s(u:h line i f Firih ave
e eat Bloni; siiid T' eiit v third stn.et anmh i
a line 510 feet stnth of and parallel with ttu. Kppith
line of N'nth averue I niier the above ordi
nance, lbe said srreetp arc ordered mrlv 1 iiih
curbsiones, excavared aud grafted, improved and
l-ieu huh ipuv.iik orieii oi goou quality.
Plans and si-ctlications for said improvement
on file at the City Clerk's office.
AL bids must he accompanied with a certified
fheck in the sum of $500 payable to the or
der of the treasurer of said ciiv". which shall be
cot e forfeited t said c ty in case the bidder shall
fail to enter into eo itract with approved
sureties to execute the work for the plans
mentioned In his bid and according to tb plans
and specifications in tli2 trjni that th- rnm.
sha 1 he awarded to him.
The CitV reserves th tiirht trreiet nv n- nil
Rock Island, IV... Sep;. 22, isu.
A. D. HUKSING, City Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Kock Island Cocwtt, f'e
In the circuit court. In rhancen:
Monroe Swank vs. Sarah E. Matpes ,'for...ri-
censed, by .lulin T. Kenworthy, uiiardinn ail iit-
fiii r in viosure. general o. Hm.
Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree of said court entered In the above cutitled
cause on tne 7th day of September. A r. lSrtR I i,.n
on Saturday, the -JSth day of Ocrcbjr. A U.it-M at
tue nour oi so clock in the afternoon, at the court
house, in the city of Rock Island, in said county
of Kock Island, to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, situat ; in the cocutv oi Hoc a
Island and state of Illinois, known am described
u follows, to-wit :
The south part of the northeast quarter (U of
the southwest Quarter ( of seetion o,.v..,.t.,o
(IT), in township eighteen (18). north range two
(-M, east of the Fourth principal meridian, con-
tainingtieven lli aid twenty-one i21) hun
dredths seres. In the township of Xuma.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this S0:h day of
September. A. D. ISiM. HKNRY CURTH
Waster in Chancery, Rock Island County, Yll.
McEkirt a McEnihy, Complainant's So icitors
Ttv VI rt 11 o nt an pPTnctilinn ami - v. 2 1 . -
- J , ...... l, I . v. pen 111 1 P io
Ail issnedotitof the clxrk'soffice of the county
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
"pjpp nit uiivp-mi, -,iiereij i am commanded to
T.i n lr ii t ll ii arnnnnt nf mvf.in . .. .1 . .
- - v. . i .... 1 1 1 1 1 w i pi r 1 1 1 rvceniiy
obtained against the Coal Valley Butler and
i uenc iiuiu) "i ppppi'i ui m:nam ualley.ont
of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Valley ButSer aud
Cheese company, I have leviedkupon the following
property, tovit .
Lit numbers thirtteen (l-l), fourteen (14), fif
teen (1M and sixteen ltii in the F'rst addition
to the town or village of Coal Valley, in the
county of Rock Island, and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
pill i ,1 1 1 rf nt t H ii lwiv-n nan,A . ..... 1
... ' -11, wppii atiey
Butter an Cheese compjny, in and to the above
uesirptpeu w -i 17, imp v-uoiruay, me ZMU Clay OI
(.,.,l,.tr 1SU51 ill 111 nVli .ll- . . . 1. . .
... ...... . , .i.-w. u. ... .v n . 111. . at mt conn
door of the Coal Valley Butter and heese com
pany laeiory on premises aoove described, in
the county of Rock Island aud stato of Illinois
for cash in hand, to satisfy said execution and'
Dated at Rock island this 4'h day of Octo
ber, A. D. 1&8 CYRCS D. GORDON.
Sheriff of Kock island County. Illinois.
. ... .....uu,,. " . 1,1 oi ir i roper per
son, and Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M
Swank, Sa'iie E. Hwank and Edward S. Swank"
the minor heirs of the late P.miei s,v,..,v j.,'
C4i- j I f
known Fire Ir.snr ;, rQUi,
Royal Insurance (Mn,..n
Rochester tierman It i , " 'li"-v-
Citizens' Ils c' f p
Sun Fire Office, Upi..:.,i,' ' r"
Vnian Ins. Co., of i a
Secnrity Ins. Co., ew i '. . .
Milwaukee Mecnan-,. "1." "' ': "v
Wis ' ' ' j.,.
German t ire Iks n, . ;
Oflice Cor. isth s-.
T71 A H a.
"THE OLD RELIABLE'
HAYES & CLEAVEHil
Representing over 4u Mi::;, ,; j, . I
or c&fch hfftts
Fire. Life. Tornai..
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Berist n b;ort &Kt,
-' - "... Msr(l
J M BUFORD
General . .
The Old F.re aii.: T :::. :: , ; -
ri iCeSt I '
Losses Prcmptl? hi
Rates as low & any ri : inA. c irj- v -Yon-
Patnu. act :t . ...c
STATE SAVINGS ILU
office Corner Fifteenth p-.res: itcTi:rcii
Succeeds the Kolite Sav;r.r:f i aLg i r;a;j(.i
5 PerCEM IMEKEST .AiM?EK
Organ'.zed ulC: :
Ocn from 9 a. m. to 3 c... w. n..-j,
Saturdsy c:-i;ts '.: 'S-T:.. -;-
POKTKR SkISBEK, Pf! .
3. A. AlNSWOKTH. - V.r: -tyi.
J. F. Hejienwat, -
Porter Skinner. W. W. it, .
C. A. Rose, H . A. A:-.-w.ri
Q. H. Edwards. W. E. icass.
Andrew Friberg. . F. Heinvsj
REAL ESTATE LOAN
made for private parries '.-
pot of the wis; y
Orchard State Bat
of OKCUAKD, SEliKAfSA.
E. W. Dabt. Prec.iier:-..
J. . 'Jalt ---
Mitchell Jt Lvnde. Bii.ke-s.
J. F. Hobinso'u, Cast er K ! '
C.C.Carter, v. D.
Heiiry Dart's Sen. Wr.o.p -:'
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Ne v
Refitted and renovated uu.u t ' r-3"
on tbe European plan. ,
Room rates $1 a day and -- . ..
Restaurant equal to the bp..-', i- 1 -'
erate rate. ,. :
Street cars from all R. R s'-:
boat and ferry landings pas.-:. u -
nit nurrTll i AU. ''''
Washes every tinDg ft cm a A
eUk handkerchief to a cl'
tent; Lace curtains a epi
No. 1721 THIRD
A.; K. & L. J. P-'