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THE AUG US, TUESDAY, OCTOBlvR 10, ).!)..
T IIEA LE K MT 1 1 t.
CillGaeKl, KOCii iSLANM 4 I A- tk .IAIL
way Depot eornei C'ftt venneard Thirty
Cat street, t-rst.k ii. i'!immcr, aem.
council rim:! .Minueis-
U i)ay Ex pre- (
Kuw City isy Excess. . .
Cm id a Eiiri's
Omaha and Denver Vosti- (
Bole Express f
ysWorh.D river & inClt
Stuart-R.ica Island Express
M. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City ar.d St . Jim. . ...
:H5 am 4:45 am
:" pro 6:1? am
:4ipB' 3:14 pm
:4o km 7 :ko pni
.45 an. 3:20 am
:5u am ll :05 pm
pm. 9:00 am
:17 am Q:0S pm
:u am S:35 pm
Ies Witnat, oin iba Lin I
j J:40 nm,10 id pm
Daily. G !c eat. wen'.
F. H. Pl.t vkr. Act.
M. A1.1.IX. (.on. Aft. Puss. Dept. Davenport
"Dt'KLINGTu '- .1 ,--C. B. A y. HAIL
- wit Dcii.il i. r.nr nd Sixteenth t
M.J. Yoanc, aiient
TRAINS. i.g j .aui-a
fcv. Loot- .ixprees. .. .... .. s. 5 an ! 7::lri pai
it. Lcui Si.re:... 'MSpn-j g 3.1m
Bt. Paul itxpreu 7 OS pir. 7:.1d an
ieirdtowa aesecger i:f,oKro 10 :45am
9ter:inir . 7:nnam t:Sopm
CEICAOO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAL' I. KA'L
way Racine A Southwestern Eivieioc De
pot Twentieth s'rael. between Fir: and Second
avenue, .... a. w . rloiinet.aeest.
1.JH1. j Ar.ElT
7:iM To 9 30 ra.
4 4 J ;m 1 11 :4i am
Ma.i axd htxpres.-
9t. Paul Kxpr--
Ft. jrrmodation. ... . i
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA P.AILWAY-DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth a;reet F
Paat Mall Kxpress
2 pm 1:25 pm
9:1om 3.0) pn
4 nra m im
BURLINGTON. t'EDAR RAPIDS A NORTB
ern railway, depoi f.iot cf Br.niv -trect. Dav
enport. J.E.Haniiemii, Gon.T'k't i I'a Acont.
15 1 m
. i3 iiu am
Leave Went Davenport
Wegt L-hi-rtv Tr n
h7 :4 s m
alii:S I pm
ail 4S am
hi :is pni
aDaily. M u'y exrept Sund iv. 1in:nj mirb.
Goinir South and rat
mOSX DIKKCT BOUTB To IH
ast. South aad Southeast.
I AST BOUND.
. . 8 :: am
: 8:4.i am
..: 9: am
. !(::) am
..'11 :1b am
S :M pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
S :4'i pm
Camnridtie . .
PrlEcevilia . .
Sprtcpneid. . ..
Zt. Loci .. .
3 :40 pm
3 :50 pm
1 :3n am
11 :00 pm
12 08 n't
10: 00 am
Ar. Rock I:aci .
lii lOam 3:50pm
1 :8a pm 7 :05 pm
Accommodatinr. trams leave Hck Is ncd at
e'.OUa. ra. and 6.20 p. m; arr.ve at Peoria 3:50 p.
a. and 1 :15 a. m. Leave Pecuia tt:00 a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arriv-.- Rock Isiand 4 :00 p. m ar.d 1:45
A'.! tralne r in da !y except Sends;.
AH pe-ik'er tra'na arrive and depart Cnion
Free Cuairct-on Fat Eipre?" rjctween Rock
Wond and Peoria, oma direciionn.
Tnron tioae"4 to ail points ; oacaec caecked
hroaa to destination.
CABLE BBASI B.
t. Rock I;ad .ln am 4.00 pm
Art. Reynolds .... 10.20 am 5.05 pm
" f;ahip u.OO am' 5.40pm
L. Caoie .20 am 1S.50 pm
Ar. Rftynoid 17.00 am 1.45 pm
" Bork Island 7.S5 am 8.00 pm
H. B. StTDLOW. TOCKHOUSB.
Superintendent dsn". Tkt. Aeet t
Great Rock Island- Route
TO THE HAST.
3eat Dining Car Service in the World.
The Ruck I laud is (in most in
diloptinj: any advantage oak-ulaU'd
to improve sjiccil and rivc that lux
ury, saft-ty and comfort that jmpular
ratronao demands. Its e(Uipnicnt
;i thoroughly i-oniph'to with vosti
bulcd trains, nianitirfiit dininj;
cars, slot pcrs and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd polite, honest service from em
ployes arc important items. Thev
rvre a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a ta.-k dillicult of accomplishment,
rassenjrers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
LTie Great liock Island Route runs all
egular trains to EnU-wood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
1 rounds, and you can save time and
'rouble by pettin"; off at that point
,nd avoid" the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket cilice in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago. 111.
1L St John. Gen'l Mgr. Chicago III
It Corf 5 Coiua. C mgha. Sore Throat Croup. Influ
enza. 'Whooping Cough. Bronchiua and Asthma.
A certain cure nr Consumption in first atagea,
and a sure relief in advanced stage. Vte at once.
Tou will aee tht excellent effect after taking the
firat doae. Sold by dealera verTwhera. Larn
bottles 60 cent Lad $1.00.
ATTORNEY AT L 4 W Office in Mitchell A
. 1.JUUC B ur U1U1K.
JACKSON & HURST,
1TTORNLYS AT LWV-t'ffice in Rrek l-land
.Muioiiai iui k ouixiriL-, Koc l-i.'iml. 111.
E. D. SEEEV. c. L. WALttK.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
a TTORXF VS a 'n mrvwn t d . in.
Olhce m Ben.;tou's Mock, Itock Island 111.
c. J. seaele.
S. W. SEAULE.
SEARLE at SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A t COUNSELLORS AT LA W -and
So.icitor in Chancery; office Buford"
hlnL- I.'d.L- 11... 1
McENIRY & McENIRY.
A iTORNEYS AT LAW Loan moucv on So,Hl
M.tcIicII s. hyr.ve, hankers. Office in IVstoffice
S W. ODELL.
ATToKNlvY AT LAW Formerly of Fort Byro..
K owuiiit A fiutr ken ai Malino, ha? now opt iud
n i offlctr m Hi lditortum huiidii e. rnnm
R M PEAKCE.
ENTI -T-iixvu 3a in Mitchell 4 Lrode'me
DK. J E. HAWTHORNE.
nEVrlsT e h extracted ulthont pain by
110c. j.io sectna avenu
over Krei: ot Mala'e.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER.
DENTAL sfRwEONs- Mitchell i l.vntit r
block. Rcoii2? 3I. (Taae iilevato:,'
ARCHITECT, Rock Island. III. Office Koom
41, iluchell .1 Lynde bmlding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
RCHITECT 'lacs AT-ri ntwrl.L.,.. .
H Class a. balli;me. B onis 53 and 55 Miuh-
en a, i-vnae oniiiitk. tiki elitatob
PUYSXIAN AND SURGEON -1131
Telephone 117" .Rock Island, IU.
Office IIot:r :-10 a. m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Doliowbtis:., M D Geo. E. Llarih, M. T,
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
DIIYSICIANS ANI SURGEONS. -
Office 4IK 23rd ?t. Telephone ltW5
Kesidem e Til 21t st. ligij
orncK aoriiH :
Dr, Barth 1 Dr, Ilollowbush
"tolC4, n.. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to and 7 to p, m, 1 1 to 5 and 7 to 8 p, m.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON.
EYE, EAR. NOSE. AND THROAT ONLY -office
JJjCulloagh Bnildmir. 14 W. 3d Bt
. DAVENPORT, IA.
Hour : 8 to 11 am : 1 to 4 um.
J. F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W. Wbeeleb, M. D.
DRS. MTER8 & WHEELER,
Snrgrry and Itlneanesi r Women
Office over Krell 4 Math's. Telephone 1143.
'"llnBi- I DK- WHEELER.
13 to 12 a. m. I 8 to 10 a.m.
2to5atd7top.m. lto3and7to p. m
Kee, telephone 1200. I Rea. telephone. 11B0.
W. A- DARLING,
Rmim 3S, Mitche'.I Jc Lynde lilocl
Take I levator.
LABOR. TIME, MONO
Use h jour own way.
It ie the bett Soap made
For v, u-ihing Machiu- ne.
IVARHOCX. & RAlSTCfs.
Cor. Ulichigrn Ae and Vnnroe St. CH CAGG.
THOROUCH INSTBUCTI'- " C P BOARD KO.
Elegant iireyroo buildi. a ,
nti Ttor. ,.,: .1 F EPrin
HERE'S A NEW GAME.
It Is Called Oona- and Is Very Popu
lar on the Other Side.
Oona is a new game, specially de
Biffned for use on small lawns or
places where space is too restricted
to allow of lawn, tennis or other pas
times which require a larjre area. It
can also be played as an indoor game,
the legs of the table being shod with
soft material to prevent injury to any
polished surface it may stand upon.
Any number of players can partici
pate, either forming sides or plaving
independently. The table is made of
polished wood, about two feet six
inches in diameter, and ordinary
lawn tennis balls are used.
The following are the principal
rules of the game.
1. Choose the ord.'r of tlir nlnr Tf
more than two, fix whether the play
ers t.e partners or not. and decide the
number of balls (not ex w,linr slvt
each is to throw.
. The first plaver bowl
balls up the incline of the tower in the
center 01 t:ie tali.e. when it will strike
off at a tanirent. and. if sn,.fnl
lodge in one of the holes. The act of
doing so will release the correspond
ing flag, ivuich Will lU- U 1. lhe nl.irpr
adding the number it, lli'nr tj- iii
3. Ralls which co off the. tnbl
return down the incline are dead.
t. When the nlaver has nl-iv.l nil
his balls, the next in rotation follows
in like manner.
5. The game is usnallr nv i nnimc
but this can be varied to" suit the taste
or convenience of the players.
IT WAS DEAD ECONOMY.
The Way That a C olored Man Wanted to
Work the -Kllea En."
An excursion from Hiinii.im
Montgomery was run the fit lnr iHlTT
and a negro man appeared at the
ticket office in the depot and pur
chased a ticket for himself Tln.n 1,
said to the ticket agent:
-Ioss, I want "nother
'scursion ticket for a corpse."
inc agent on.-ned his eves in nti,.
ishment. An excursion tit-Vet f.r a
corpse was something new to him,
even with his varied experience.
The nec-ro exclaim.!- .,
boss, my brudder died vestcrdav ami
1 want tcr ta.ee de corpse down to
.Mom-oincrr and let de family view
the 'mains, and den bring "e:n back to
Rirmingham an.l bury "em. Dis will
be a heap cheaper den fur de fambly
to cum up here."
The agent saw at onee that this was
a great stroke of economy and enter
prise on the part of the negro. There
were probably a dozen members of
the famiij-, and tickets for them to
Rirmingham and b:iard while there
would be quite expensive. The corpse
could get the benefit of excursion
rates to Montgomery and would pay
no board while there. Thus the negro
subserved the ends of economy and
preserved his respect for the grief of
family at the same time.
Mem. for the Doctors.
A Philadelphia cable car conductor
has been sent to a hospital to be cured
of what is calleJ a "bell-arm." The
patient was a conductor on the for
ward car of a train of three,-and the
habit of listening for the sharp ring of
the beil on the rear car, followed by
the mechanical m ovement of the arm
toward his own bell stra;), has de
veloped the strange ailment. The
muscular movement has become a sec
ond nature to him. and his arm actu
ally acts more quickly thau his brain.
As a result the action has become in
voluntary, and whenever he hears a
bell of any kind his arm at once shoots
upward toward an imaginary bell
cord. Subarhnn Humor.
The citizens of the suburbs of an
Eastern city went in a body to the
mayor to protest against the erection
of a hospital for contagious diseases
which it had been proposed to erect in
their midst, as it were.
"Wc would not care, your honor,"
said the spokesman in conclusion, "but
we and our families are not detec
tives." "What do you mean by that?" in
quired the mayor, in astonish. iient
"I mean, your honor, that we are
liable to catch something." nd t ie
mayor was greatly pleased by tills evi
dence of the development of suburuau
Phonograph mid Itell.
Nothing that the phonograph d ies
u more won.terful than its rendr.i n
of the sound of a bell. Although the
Westminster bells were probably the
first to have their t ines recorded in
Great Rrilain. the experiment has
been tried here. The writer of Jh:s
paragraph assisted in what was th
first introduction of the phonograph
to a big bell. The instrument was
taken into the tower, and just as the
great bell tolled twelve the cylinder
was set going. The wonderful tidclitv
with which the swiftly revolving cyl
inder reproduced the slow and meas
ured tones of the big bell was little
short of marvellous.
Little Dot Chickens is pretty
smart, isn't they? Mamma In what
way? Little Dot Why, papa and
other folks always says a blessing be
fore bejrinninir to eat: bnt chickens
don't own anything, and isn't sure
wnat ttiey li tret, so thev don't sav
any blessing till they gets through
eatir.g and Jhc':iis to drink.
Man or 'Worra-!. Ghost or HOTtn
Ve c.innot snv w:mt will cure -hosi. hit mnnv
men and many women who look like ghost rather
thmi human b-'ili'M. thmti-'h slrknecs. wnnM rn-
giln Iiialth and happiness, if they would try the
virf e of the worU-rcnowned remedy. Dr.
Pi-irce'a Golden Medical Discovery. Torpid
liver, or "biliousness," impure blood, skin erup
tion, scrofulous gores and awcllinps, consump
tion (which is sciofula of the lungs) all yield to
this wonderfjl medicine. It is both ionic and
strcngth-reetoring, and alterative cr blood-clennsme;.
Ptononnc d Ho:.1mi. Tt Pavt-e.
From a letter written bv Mrs. Ada
E. Hard, of (iroton, S. !., we quote
'Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and linallv terminated in consumi
tion. Four doctors gave me up, say
ing 1 could live but a short time. 1
gave mvself up to niv Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stav with niv
friends on earth. 1 would meet my
aiisent oncsaiiove. jiv nusnami was
advised to get Dr. King's New Di
covcrv for Consumption, Coughs ami
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all
eight bottle.-: it has cured nie, and
thank dod I am now a well and
heart v woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Rahnsen's drug store, regit
lar size. ,Vc and $1.
Good looks are more than skin
deep, depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If tin
uver oe inactive, you nave a ikuous
look, if your stomach be disordered.
von havt' a dyspeptic look, and if
vourkidnevs be affected voti have a
pinched look. Secure good health
and you will have good looks. Klec.
trie Hitters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures' pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sidd at Hartz & Hahnsen's
drug More, oi'c ter bottle
BUCKLES S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, ami all skin erup.
lions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required, it is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price i'o cents per box.
F01 sale bv Hartz & rilemever
Hard Tim.-s at the Wafrrlnc Tlace.
A few, a very few, of the large sum
mer hotels Lave been dohig a good busi
ness, but a majority of the proprietors
will be very fortunate if at the close cf
the season the balance is not on the
wrong side of the ledger. At Saratoga
there is a noticeable absence of the gar
den parties and balls ,,u which nionev
was so lavishly cs;t-nded in former
years, a:id a curtailment i f expenses is
made wherever possible. The hotels. &s
a rule, are not. making mwi-v, and their
.-ed with a bang on the
v-ry i.r-,i :ro-;- m 'lit. At t"-.- l,i -l,of..l
f r, ,.
in the Kn.;in!ai::s, where high rates pre
vail, ih.- co:i.":!t ions are much the same
as at S:::-,.toga. n. .:, l Hail.
News of His Defalcation.
One aft em. on when the boat from
Portland tombed at Forest City land
ing, Peaks island, a newsboy leaped
from tiie steamer, pressed among the
great tnrong assembled on the wharf
and commenced crying shrilly. "Ev'nia
papers; ail about the defalcation of J.
H. Dow." Suddenly there was a move
ment in the crowd. A man was seen to
reel and lall heavily to the ground.
This man was J. II. Dow. He b.id Wn
living at his cottage on the island for
several weeks, waiting with horrible
anxiety the day that should make his
offense public Lcwistou JournaL
When B::by -..-as sick, we pave ,-r (.-astoria.
V.'lie:. -he was a ChiH. she iriivl f..r l 'astoria.
V. lii-r. sh- 1h-.-.i-:c ?Tiss. .-!,. chiri;: m Cisturia.
When sh-- hud Cl ilJ-..-u,she gavfheui Caster
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b iwcIs each day. Most people need
to use it.
C.ltkVe.T Cry for
Coughing leads to consnmtitbm
Kemp's Halsam will stop the cough
Childrer Cry for
John and Margaret Bellamy of Fort
Wayne were muted in marriage six
rears ago by Squire France. Differ
ences arose and a divorce followed. Re-(-u'.iy
; in-y were again married by the
is and will ever be the
Gout. Inflrjenrn. Rarlraotip
Pains in tri fVi s:- anA
Joints, Neuralgia, Sprains, &c
eeiore yon need to liny, obtain
the valuable book: "Guide to Health.'Vit
euaorsemenia ot promineni pnymaani.
AD n R F. KR;
11 Wassaa a
" WAS AT i
t? NEW YORK.f 1 if
Prize Meda's Awarded !
Enropean Honsesi Eudolatadt, London,
25 & 60 Cts. a botUe, FoSale by
ESEST TSS ZOZtZV:
nlfOv rjL '"-r.- rlr
JAMES H. WAITE,
jKatijT rf "Wiite's Celor-raK-1 Cfmedr Co,
"Prtaiiusi fcicd ted Orchestra.
1-r-'. Kilrs M'diral C-., EU hart, Jnrf.
Yin wi'.l rcTncTT.l-r t!'0 cnrJitii-vn I was !- fro
- . er"-, when 1
!'..i t f iu-eii.-e-. mi
rof r I tried ut !
: .-lament phvsa-.i
'-:od with a combia
; .Verewas no help
-.: '."l:cineii,and senros
: -ft. i-i:. c:.Tzine-s. -r: tr .uble hint all tLeill3
LM.k.e Lie nuseri-L'ie. I cummeiiced to tuke
i..l in thrf-e months I ,t prnrrrriv riar-i
iv. mv travelseuch year.uhen 1 faee the thounc-a
,f payaiuJ w rerks, suifering fr.ua nervous pre
l tration, tuKiug prescriptions iron
- ,4 l.K-al physiciuca whofcave no knowl-
- - ' iisc of their case, an i w hose death
i: ?crt&in, I feel like froing to them and sayir.?,
- -r ' DR. m.lcs- Ncrvinc USD ac cunto In
-' . i.'.'iiessiou, aa a aaav an aav Whero there
. .-vomariTEU I .11 W a I J flerers froia
er. ork.nien " tal prostra-
nervous crhaatlon, brought on by the
. ..: ut-ter of the biisiiietw caeaeil in. I wouid
... . l r k- I Kl II la.aiUl
aj u cure cure lor all eiurenag from these causes.
Jaaizs B- Wait 2.
Sold on a Pneitire Onarauitec-.
r MILES' BILLS SO Dose 2 5 Or.
000 ..0..0..0..0..0..0..0..0.. 000
instantly removes and ff.r-.--er destrov- ob - -
jectionable ha r. whether upon the han.
face, anil or neck, w'thou: di-ci:ora:ir.n
or injury to the mo-t dt-'.icate s'iin. hfis -
J POK FIFTY TAH- TMK Su HEt FOUM1LA OF '.
Z rtiA mcs Wit, -on. acknovvk-cvd l.v i.hr-i-
cions as the h.irtie-t a::thor:-v nnd "ih.v -
- m.sr i-niineiit ilerT.ia-olait arui iiuir riie-ia- '
iii-t :h a ever lived. lurin hi-.-1'nvate prac-
lice of a l.fe t 111 ttnotu: the nob;;ty ami ar- '
istooracy of Europe he 'preribed "til's re- w'
cipe. i'K ce. f 1 liv i- ii:. sc::relv packed. -
- i'orn-?rni.!ri,ci cifl eiitia'-. So.e Asrents -.
f r America. Ad. Ires- THE sKOuKl'M
Z lii M 'T HAI K Ru VK -t CO D-.-pt. Ji., 57
South 5:u avcinie. New York. -
Estate of Jorpb Win'cr. Deceased.
Ti e undersigned having been apjioioted .-se
cmrix of ibe List will and testament of Joseph
W m'cr, late of the county of Rock Inland, s. . ,
of Illinoi-.. deceased, herebv pive notice tba eh
will appear befo-e the countv court of Kock Island
count, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, at the December terra on
the first Monday in I'ecemberncxt. at which time
a;l persons haviue claims aaa.nst said estate are
notified and req-ieted to attend, nr the purpose
of having the same adjusted. 11 jk-socs ic
deleed tosaio st te are requested to make in:
mediate payment to the niidersiin.ed.
Dated 1 hi? 1:1: h dnv of Sepiembr. p 1103
MARIAN sPEs. Wl'sTER.
OIICK TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposal" will be received at r'-u
fieri.'- office. Kock Is'r.! ri. Ill nurii iin..i.
0. -t. lwti, IS.13. .it5o"clockp ni.. for c -nsticct rlk'
tne improv. u. cut known 1 - section No. rJer
e.i by an ordinance of the ei v of K k-k md 11
passeu June Tth. lStt.eBtitU-a "An ordinance for
the lmt rovemeiit ..' s. venteer.tli and Niu.teentli
street- from the s i;:h line of Third to th- North
1. ee of Fourth avenue, and of Tei:tv third n-eet
from the south line el Third to the iiorth lin- of
Kon-,h ave ue. from the south line f Fifth av.
11 :e east slonssaii T enty-thim street south to
1 lint old fe t south of and para lei w.th the south
1. lie of N nth avenue t nder tiie a'nue ordi
nance, lhe Sllill kTr.18 nnl.n..l . .1 : .
. , ln u W 11U
ciirti-toiie. excavated and era led. improved and
i-.....u ...... .a..h in n mti Ltoou quant v.
Clans ai'd piintli-it.nft. ...a : .
-...-Mr .... rniu iuiiru.riECIlI
on file at the City rierk's office.
ai. niae must be accompanied with a certi2ed
check in the sum of $;v.K) parable to the or
der of the treasurer of said citv. which shall be-co-j
e forfeited to saidc ty in case tiie bidder shall
tail to enter into co .pact with approved
sureties to rr.-e.it ihn .-...i. .i.
.... .. - . . -.i n.r me plans
mentioned m Ms bid and according to the plana
ami specifications in tliievant that the contract
sha 1 be awarded to him.
b.J"e ti'J reserves the tifrht to n ject any or all
Rock Island, IK.. Sept. 2i. isai.
A. D. HTgSINi;. City Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Roce Island Cocstt. (
In 'he c;rctiit court, hi chanceri
. . ' - i " '-"ii i roper ier-
soii. and Mary 1.. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
. x.. c.aua a-iu toward S. Swank.
the minor heirs of the late DanielC.Swaut.de-
- , oiamiso aa lit
em I-or ylosure general o. S.niH.
ouce is oereoy tiven that bv virtue cf a .V-
cre, of Sfliil riinrr e,it....l n .1.'.. . . . . 1 .
.......... v ..I t.,e ni.e-ve entitled
cause on the 7th day of Soptember.A.D. ISna t .hall
on Satuidav. the iSth day of Octclu-r. A D ism; .
...v v.! V t-iinh m me iiort.oti, at the court
house, in the city of Rock Island, in sail couui?
of Rock Island, to satisfy sld decree, sell at pub
He vendue to the hicj,.! bidder for cash that ce"
tain parcel of lamk s tuat in the cocutv 01 HV
Imino and slate of lUinois. known aui dt-cr'bed
a-. 'ollows. to-wit:
The south part of the northeast quarter of
the southwest quarter V of section seventeen
1.), m township eighteen ilSl. north ran -e two
(-f.tasli.r the Fourth prki pal meridian, con
.ain iicU'ven til atd ta,tv-one (Si) huu
urnlths teres, in the township of Zuma
September. A. D. ISM. ' ' UKNRV CURTls
waster in Chancery. Rock Island Countv, Til.
StctMBT a McEsikv. Complainant Solicitors.
Tl V VI rt n ff art avnxnr i m
- vAvvuiwu biiu IOC hill n
Or.H issued out of the clrk o!Ece of the county
court of I(rwK Tula nil ronntv o,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
obtained a-jaint the Coal Valley Butter mnd
a 1. ...... .. ....... i ..... ;,, ...-.. .. i . mux
"' "am nanev.ont
or the lands, tenements, rood and cbatUl of
v..c o,.i tauey Butter and
C hcese conip'iny,I have levied upon the following
nrooertv. to-wit . b
Lots numbers thirteeen (131. fourteen d-) flf
to.,,, l-.l .nil BlrrMn ,.: 1.. . 1. r.- . . .'. H1
, .v. r..... . . .u, ... .e r irst addition
to the tn or villaire of Coal Vallev in the
county of Rock Island, and state of Illinois
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex-
.... . ,.....v --i.v,u u me rarut. title
and interest of the above named. Coal Vallev
J 1 . 1 J 1 r l 11 1 I ' I i... O 11 111 1 1 .1.1. ln ., . i . '
.............. . ."uvj w 1MB aoove
descnlKid property, on Saturday, the 88th day of
October, 1S93. at in o'clo k a. m., at the north
door of the Coal alley Butter and ( hcese com
pany's factory on premise above descrilied in
the county of Rock Island and stata of Illinois
for cash in hand, to eatiefy said execution and
Dated at Rock Island this 4'h day of Octo
ber, A. D. IAS CiRUS D. OORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinoi.
A. 0. :;iitSii
known Fire Insuraue i o-
Royal Insura: ce c. -Winchester
German h - , -V ' '
iiocnester I,, rniuii j.
Citizen-' tit. c.i ". '
Sun Fire o;i,e, L -Vniou
Ins. Co..'. r (
-veuriiy ms. l',.t t
German Fire Ir.s c -
Ofllce Cor. -;i
"THE OLD BELUK.
HAYES & CLEivrJ
RepreseBtirjg e ver 4u M.i ";
er Cti;b ?5e'j
T ; ...
"ire, Lfe. T"--
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE-Iler:,-;, 3 - b;,XI
3rSecure unr rii-.-s: t-rw;
J M BUF0R
General . .
Tne o.d F:r. at;
Kates as i.m a- u
STATE SAVINGS li
office Comer F-..:cc: :t ettcs:
Sncceeds the lloliic sv.-j. . s-s. -ru
FerCEH IMII1E5T Ml
Orrattni : -.-:, l.w
0..er. fro 9 a. n. I z... w.l
Suturui-y :. .:-.-'- ut: - :
ii. A. AijiswatTu. -J.
Porter Skittt-r. vr.nr. t.-
C. A. Rose. -: i A::"
G. II. Edwards. . E. 4J
Andrew Fr.berg. F.tc--'
REAL ESTATE Li
made for pr:va:c parties t
pot iI :ix es: :) -
Orchard State 8
of okcuard. NEi;:-:.
E. W. Dast. Prts:lLt.
Mitcbelt & Lytic. Bn:.if. .
J. F. KoinssJn. Cn-L.i r K
C. C. Carter. V . I).
Henry Itat'.'s Sr i.-. W:.c - '"
Corn's it.o.-.. c
110 1 'A' 'Li
BroaJway, Oor. Triii.e s:.. Sf 1
ReStted and reuovi'td -a ' ' "
on the European p. in.
Room rates ft a day r.t ' ' ''''...
Restaurant tqua .'.o :be tKrti-
erate rate. . . ...
Street cars from ail R. R ' '
boat and ferry iatdicc v&"
eilk handkercliif 10
teut; Lace curtains a
So. 1724 TH1M
A. M. & L. J- F