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rilE AlUiUS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, I MT.I.
THE TRATELEKS GUIDE.
Chicacw, hock island a f a . ric kail
way Depot comet ?.fthsveune and Thirty
Brat street. Frank U. Pluramer, ajcenl.
t Day Kxprc )
05 am 4
50 pm 6:
Kansas City Day Siprest.
45 am 7;
45 loi 3:
Ml am 11 :
30 pm. 9:
IT am 8:
40 am S
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1 I
bnle Express .. ( j
rtWor!B.l nverjc -vinitltj
Ptoart-Kock Islind Express
Bt. Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City ' d St. Joe
Des M.i;ce?, Omaha Jt Liu- I
S:40 atu 10 iO pm
Daily, tfl titi".. t'WT..' wes.
F. II. Pi.tuxER, Aft.
L. M. Ai.i.TN. Ofn, prt. Pirns. Pcpt, uTonHirt
TCRLIN?T K 'L IU-C. B. Jt Vi. RAIL
wf D..-;mt -"i---r t:n nd Sixteenth s.
&. J. toin, aaent.
15 an. T::is pm
T -45 pus l :85an
7 os pa 75 an
S:f0 pm! 10:45 am
7 55 kid 6:50 pm
t. Loai (Express.......
8t,Loui Hi; rets...
St. Paul Bxpress
8terl'.n . ...
CHICAGO MILWAUKEE T. PAUL KAIL
way Ricicc A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth 'tract, between First and Zeroed
avenue. B. I. W. Holmes. fcnt.
Lxavb. i Aaaiva.
7:(iai" 9 30 pm
4 4 pm; 11:45 am
" 45 iir 1 5oi pm
Mail and aAprese
8i. Paii 5:;r-ss
fx. . cmodvlrtn.
ROCK ISLAND 4 PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First arenas and Twentieth street. P.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Put Mall Kxpruss
2:Su pm 1 :S5 pm
9:10 am 3 03 pm
4 :of pm : am
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Bradv street. Dav
enport. J.E.Haoneean, Gen.T'k't JtPass.Anen'.
I Leave, j Arrive.
I M:5S pm MO 45 am
t3 W ambll:15 i m
Leave West Davenport
West L.hertv Train-
alo:3 I pm n4 50am
hi :15 pm bs:'0am
h: i.s . m hi :15pm
aDailv. hD u y evrcpt Sunday. Going north.
Gomir So.ith. iM e ast
saOST DTRBCT BOCTB TO TH1
East, Soutli and Southeast.
..: 8:1b am
. i 8:45 am
. I :: am
. r,10:ll an
8 :i pm
8 :04 pm
8 :57 pm
4 :88 pm
A 'fiS Tim
Lv. Rocc Island.
OVva .. ..
'11 tin am
Decatnr . .
St. Louis .. .
1 -If. nm
' S:50 pmi
7:3' i cm
11 :0C pm1
Lv. Peor:.i ... .
Ar. R: cs N.ir. t
.. 10 :10 am 3:50 pm
1 :85 pm 7 :05 pm
AcfomniO'lv.'ot; tri'.tn leave Rork Island at
:0Ua. m. an i 6.-'0 p. m; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p.
a. and 1:15 a m. Leave Peoi:a :0C a. m. and
T :15 p. ns; arr ve r.oclj IV.snd 4 :G0 p. m and 1:S5
All train r :n dally except Sanda.
All pastf :vr ra.n a-rive an 'depart Union
Fret- Cn:r : i on Pir Exp'es letween Hock
Isiond anil e r:a. horn d'.rer'lor.s.
Tnroajh .ieer to ail pmnts ; bavae checked
trougii to de-'inatton.
, Acrom. Accom.
LT. R.v;i h'.az i .lf) am 4.00 pm
Arr. Revno.d ... 10. ill am 5.05 pm
" faY." 11. 00 am 5.40 pm
LT.- Caiie t,2i, am 18.50 pm
Ar. Reynold 7.00 am 1.45pm
" Hoc ;land 7.55 am 8.00 pm
H. B. 8 CD LOW, TOCKHOU6K
Super.otendenl. &eL"i Tat. Acei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE EAST.
Best D;ning Car Service in the World.
The Rock Island is furcinoi-t in
4ilopt.ii)'; anv advantapre caloulatcil
to improve p(,(ll ami jrivc that lux
ury, safety ami comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
3s thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnitieeut tlinin
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable management
nnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
ire'a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task diflicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
the Great Rock Island Route runs all
icgular trains to Englewood subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
'rouble by petting off at that point
;nd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Pass. Apt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Joiis. Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago III
It Cur Coma. Cot gh. Bora Throat Cronp. Inflo
enra. Whooping ( ongh. Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Consumption in first atagea,
and a sure relief ix advanced stagea. TTse at ones.
Ton will aee the t xeeUent effect after taking the
first dooo. Sold hr dealers everyvraera. Largs
battles 60 cents ass $1.00.
ATTOKNKY AT LW
Lynce"s new bl jck.
Office in Mitc'.iell x
JACKSON & HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LW Office in Hrek 1-land
National Bank building. Roc Inland, 111.
E. D. 8WEI IV. C. L. U lU'K
TTORNEYS AN I) COUNSELLORS AT I.AW
Ofllce in Bengal on's block. Hock Islund. III.
C. J. SEARLE. S. W. SEABLE.
SEARLE k SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LA W -and
Solicitor .n Chancery; office Buford':
block. Rock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT TW-Loan money on jrood
- - iHii'j. uini- coweciions. rtcierence,
Mitchell 4 Lyr.de, -lankcrs. Office In l'ostoftlre
S. V7. ODELL,
ATTORN E Y AT LA W-Formcrly of Port Bvror..
and uurn ine pi.st two years with the firm o
B owning liutrikeu at Moline, has now opened
a i oiKce in t' udl.orinra bniidliir, room 5, at
DIl. AS AY,
PIlYs'CIAN AND SURGEON -11S4
Thir.I Av.m ii,.
Tilopbone 1170. Rc;k Island, 1.1.
Office Hours: 10 a m. to 12 m .1 to s n m t,h
at u:i:ht. ' "
J. R. nollowhouh, M D Geo. E. Earth. M. T.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
Omce 4H-Ard st. Telephone 105
Kcs.dence TSl 2l!t ft. 11SS
Dr. Batfh Dr. Uollowbnsh
1 to S atd 7 lob p.n , i to Sand 7 toS p. m.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON.
EYE, EAR. NOSE. ND THROAT ONLY
Jttice McCull Jngh Bnildinir. 184 w. d St.
Hocre: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 tm.
J . F. Mtebs, M. D. Geo. W. Weuuk. M. D.
DRS- MYEE.8 & WHEELER,
Sorrery Mail r Wsmrs
Office over Kreil It Math's. Telephone 1143.
T R. XTEU.1 I Tin vnvr-T ro
UtolJa. m. Stop) a.m.
to 5 and 7 to 9 ii. m I 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 ti m
Kes. teletihone IWi. ' Res. telephone. Il9i).
R- M: PEARCE,
ENTIST Koom S3 In Mitchell Lynde new
bloca. Take eitvator.
DR: J E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST-- Teeth extracted without pain by
IDC nf-W n nr it 1ih .
v u u . ..w . . u i.wuuu ITCUUGi
over Krell t Math's.
DRS. BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER.
DENTAL SURGEONS Mitchell & Lvndes
block. Rooms 2 31. (Take Klevalori
ARCHITECr, Rock Island, 111.
41, Mitchell Jt Lytde buildinc.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
ARCHITECT 'lacs and superintendence for all
ClaaS Oi Rnlldiriirs R mma KM mriU Mitch
ell St Lynde. bniidixu. iau xlbvatob '
W. A- DARLING,
Room W. Vitchell & Lynde bloc!..
Take t levator.
LABOR, TIME, MONEI
Use it your own way.
ti its the beet Soap made
For v ashing Machiu? use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
Cor. Michigan Ave and Monroe St. CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION- CHEAP BOARDING.
Elegant firoruo' bitildir.s
wnd-c -Hot-r O M PO tTFE.rrin
SHARKS AND COONS UNITED.
A Californix Iodlnu Title I nearthed With
the skeleton of a Woman.
A few days ago some men opening
the quarry of Contractors Flynn and
Sullivan at the San Clemento Ration,
near the Keed ranch, dug out an In
dian mound, says the San Francisco
Chronicle. About five feet beneath
the surface they disinterred a skele
ton in good preservation, which was
pronounced by Dr. Windele, one of
the party, to bo the remains of an
Indian woman. An almost forgotten
bit of ancient history is revived by
Farly in the 'SO's Tiburcn and its
neighborhood was the abiding p'.aco
of a tribe of California Indians who
were known as the Miark Indians,
because of their habit of ornament
ing themselves with the teeth of the
sharks caught off Tiburon. itself
translated meaning shark. Kaeooon
straits was then infested by those
ferocious monsters, and on the pres
ent site of El Campo was another In
dian tribe, the Coon Indians, whoso
head-pieco was the skin of the coons.
The numerous Indian mounds found
in these localities indicate that their
populations were unusually larga. '
between the Sharks and the Coons
a bitter feud existed, which led to
frequent battles, in which the sharks
were almost always victorious.
KirKshav"s island, or as it is now
known. Belvedere, was the favorite
battleground. On the northern end
of the island one may pick up a dozen
flint arrowheads in an aCternoon, and
at the beginning of the rising ground
from the mesa that stretches to the
bay is an immense mound, perhaps
the largest in California. An aged
halfbreed now employed on the Keed
ranch is authority for the legend
that, through the instrumentality of
a ciever squaw of the Sharks, the
warring tribes were finally reconciled
and became fast friends. She was,
according to the Indian idea of love
liness, by far the most beautiful wo
man in Northern California, end she
permitted herself to b3 captured by
a young chief of the Coons while fish
iDg in her canoj in the straits. Ho
led her in triumph to his wickiup,
but the beauty was obdurate and de
clared that unless ho made overtures
of peace and alliance to her people,
the Sharks, she would neve:- bo his
The love-smitten chief obeyed, and
a union was the result, which so
strengthened these tribes that when
the Sonoma Indians came down to
Tiburon for a little lighting and sea
bathing they were promptly whipped
back to their valley by the Coon
Shark combination. When the wise
woman died, full of years and honors,
she was buried at Sau Clemento and
this mound erected to her memory.
A Snake That Climb) bi.ss Walls.
In the natural history museum at
Taris there is a snake that climbs up
the polished glass walls of its cage.
This process is described as follows
and is vouched for by Leon Vaillant,
professor d'erpetolcgie"': The snake,
which is tnirty centimeters lonr.first
raises its head some way agalast the
glass, and proceeds to disgorge from
its salivary and lachrymal glards an
adhesive viscous fluid, by the Ji.'.d of
which it succeeds in drawing its
whole body up the cage. A curious
fact is that the end 'of the tail is kept
tightly curled, so as to a lord a
broader and more substantial bse of
operations. This phenomenon seems
to dispose of the question whether
water snakes are able, as reported,
to climb up walls and penetrate the
ceilings cf houses.
Celebration of Easter.
Easter was first a heathen holiday
on which they worshiped a great god
dess. The Jews celebrated it on the
same day they celebrated thei.- pass
over. Early Christians holding that
that was the day on which hrist
died. Later more importance has
been attached "to the resurrection
day, which was the Sunday following,
and insisted that Easter should be
celebrated on the Sunday which fal
lowed the fourth day of the moon of
March the Jewish calendar bei:igin
Lunar month -. The ,u" tioa be
came very troublesome, but w.is " nul
ly settled for ail churches to'.t the
first Sunday alter the full lr.o m.
which happen u on or next after
Iie.v XfdeJ It.
Alphouse 1 a r, the gardcaer-poet.
was present at a banquet given by
the followers of Hahnemann, the
founder of homoeopathy. Toasts
were given to the health of one medi
cal celebrity after another br differ
ent members of the company, till at
last the president remarked: --M.
Karr, you have not proposed the
health or any one." The poet rose
and replied, modestly: -I propose
the health of the sick." Argonaut
Ch ori.io of Nitrogen.
The most unstable compound known
to chemistry and therefore the most
explosive substance so far discovered
is chloride of nitrogen, which proba
bly consists of three parts of chloride
united with one of nitrogen. Its
terribly explosive character, which
has so far prevented its accurate
analysis, is due to the fact that it is
a combination of one of the most
active with one of the most inert
elements in nature.
Simply Eiicosrstlng Her.
fDid he succeed in making her
"Xo, he proceeded in tho wrong
way. Tried to kiss her tears away
you know." Detroit Tribune.
As to Tint Historic KiK-
Teacher What can you say of that
famous egg of Columbus?
Pupil, after mentally examining
the subject from all points of view
It must be awfully tired by this time.
A VANISHED PEOPLE.
How Did Thpy Tr.nport .llummoth
Rocks to Hull. I a Mysterious Cavern?
On the shores of Brittany there is
a mysterious relic of forgotten ages
which escapes tho notice of most
travelers, says the Million.
Far out in the Morbihan sea
across which legend tells us Arthur
sailed with his knights in pursuit of
the dragon rises a little island. It
can be reached in a boat from the
coast only in a calm sea. A Breton
shepherd has a solitary hut upon it
and feeds a few sheep.
Crossing the grassy slope off which
they browse tho traveler finds hii
self at tho foot of a hill, in tho face
of which has been excavated a great
tunnel or cave, floored, walled, and
roofed by huge flat rocks.
Some archaeologists say that this
cavern was tho work of the worship
ers of the serpent god or lloa a race
that has passed into oblivion.
The unlearned traveler knows only
that the mysterious cavern antedates
all history; that the rocks of which
it is built came from the main
land. No rocks like them make any
part of tho geological formation of
Even with our modern engineering
knowledge and machinery it would
require vast labor and skill to bring
these enormous blocks of stone and
place them so securely as to defy
the wear and friction of ages.
How were they brought hero by
men who. perhaps, had few mechani
cal appliances nothing but the
strength of their bodies and their
faith in a strange god?
The race who built the temple are
dust. Even their names ages ago
perished from the earth. These
stones are the monuments of their
idomitable resolution. That defies
the flight of years.
P'r.n ntc d hopele-t. Yet Ssv a.
" From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. Hurd. i?f (irotnii. S. 1." 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 nie up. sav
ing I could live but a short time. ' I
gave myself up to my Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stav with un
friends on earth. I would nitet mv
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to t.t Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Coti-uniption. Coughs and
Colds. 1 t:ivc it a trial, took in all.
eight bottles: it has cured me. and
thank (iod I am now a well and
hearty w oinan. Trial bottles free at
Hart. S: liahnsen's th ug store, regu
lar size, .t'c and f 1 .
Hood looks are- more than skin
deep, depending, upon a healthy con
dition of all t he t it al organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your sUfnach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. -Secure gol health
and you will hav good looks. Elec
tric Bitters is the great alterative
and tonic, act directly on these
vital organs. Cures" pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at llartz Baiinseirs
drug store. oic per bottle
B1UKLKN S ARNICA SALVH.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sorest, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
lions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect sat isfaction. or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Foi sale bv Hartz & Ullemevcr
I.. in - .luiee fur Scurvy.
Lime juice is very similar to le-:i n
juice in its nature, and is sold in the
market by the bottle, lt is gener
ally acknowledged to be an antidote
to scurvy, and by English law it is
rendered compulsory for every ship
to take on boui-d lime or lemon iuice.
He.li flying Birds.
Birds which -fly higheeit and fastest
have the most air cells. Th air
from the lungs, which is much warm
er, and therefore lighter than the
outside air, passes into and out of
these cells at the will of the bird,
some being able to fill eren the
quills ot their feathers.
Man or Woman. Ghost or Eur en.
Tc cuinot say what will euro guotas, bat maty
lri-n ami n any women v. U look like ghn?t rather
H h:i li vii" b ings. through slcktnss, woa'id re
: n Uai h ami ha.pimss, if they would try the
vrt c of If worl.' -renowned remedy, Dr.
I'i -c ' f) 'den Medical Discovery. Torpid
lucr, or "fe'.i-m-ness, ' impure blood, fk n erup
tions, ireful. hi Bores and swelling-, coiifump
tion (vh ch i i-e orula of the lunc) all jieidto
this wonderf .1 medicine. It in boita 'ouic and
?'rcr:Ub.-reto:lH'.- and alter.itKc cr lilood
cletiijtiuc. When TJuby v. as sick, we frav iivr t-astoria.
WUrn flic was a Chit J, si cried for Castoria.
When she hovame Miss, she clunj; to Castoria,
When bbe had diiklren, she gave them Castor ia
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the couo-h
Child ret Cryfor
-JlaBjL--LlX tTaTBlTn i i V
JAMES Ii. WAITE,
Kaa-J-"T ft Faite's Celebrated Comedy Co,
Freniican Band and Orchestra.
2r. Xilet Xrdiral C..., Elkhart, InT,
Y'U will Temcmler tT" comtition I was li (Trrj
-roar-" ago. wlien 1 was r.:lln tod with a con.b.r.a
:.i":i f disea-e-. uri'l t-..-u ' : her? was sio hclp
op ter 1 triiil uil L:r. - 1.1ell:ines,anlsc.rc3
. ci.iiiient pliysu . . c -vc were prostrated.
ic:i:c dizi:ie-s. I ran tri.i.ble snd ail tho iiU
m--0 l.fo mibei-vblu. I commenced to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE:
ir.d in three months wa ptRrrcnv cures.
In mv travclseurh year, when 1 see the thoui.ds
of pnyaical wrecks, suffering from nervous pros
i: 3 ft e tralion, taking prescriptions front
ai 4 local physicians who bave no knowl-
i-dfo of their caw. and whose death.
U certain, I feel like pom;? to them and sayinir,.
Itr D. Mll.CS- NCMVINC ANO .C CUHtO." 1:1
rr. t rolcatiou, wbero there
-Vb iraanvsu fTLJ H E D Oerers from
.- vcr.inrk.men tal prootror
i . ... ic.d nervous CThaustion, brongbt on ty tho
; :;a: trier of tho bu&uicss eagagea in, I would
ab it trure cure for all aiffr.ring from these causea,
Jam2s K. Waits.
Sold on S Positive Guarantee.
r VJiLES'PILUS 50Doer25Ct(i
xh . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . ooo
jHair Death J
instantly removes and tcTner detrov ob -
jectionah'e h r.wheth r uxn the banns.
- face. anin or noes, without di-coloration
c or injury to the m.st delicate skin. It w as -
! P'lR FIFTY WAH Til K SSCUET P.MOHH OF '.
: Ki-a si s Wn.sos. ai knowleiped by plyi- c
; ciiins a the hlptie-t a:ithorry and "the ;
tnist eminent denna'o! "lu'i-t and hair ;-;e ia- -
- list :h it evdr livi'i. Diirtni: lii tirivate irac- ""
tier of a life t m amons the noblit r a:iilar-
. istocra."y of Europe h.' prescribed tln re- .
C'pe. I'b ck. 5: hv i ail. s curely packed.
t'orresinmiletic- confl entin1. So eA-'en'
1 for America. Adiin-ss TilH sKOOKl'M '.
C KOi)T UA1K KOWK -t CO lKjit. K..5T
; South 5t!i avenue. New York. -
O' o O ' " O O ' ' O '
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XKCUTOR 6 NOTICE
Kstate of Joseph Winter. Deceased.
Tr.e nndersiptiel hnvhiK been apjo:nted e
cntrix of 'he last will and testament of Joseph
Winter, late of the eoanty of hock IsUnd, s
ct Illinois, deceased, hereby prves notice tha sh
will appear before tbe county court of Kock Island
count, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
thectty of Rock island. at rhe Deeetcber terra on
tbe flrcl Monday in I 'eceuher next, at which time
all persons bavins claims aea nst said estate are
notin. d and requested to attend, fir the purpose
of having the same adjo-ted. 11 pe-sons in
debied toaio est te are requested to make in
mediate payment to the ndeii-i)ed.
D.itcd ihir l:Sb dav of September. A. T 1SS3
MAlli AN PE. W1NTEK,
OT1CK To CONTRACTORS.
Staled proi'ifil' mill be receivi d at the Citv
Ckrl.'- ofllre. Kork island. Hi., until Monday,
Oct. Pit it, ISM. at 5o"cl.xk p ti'.. for c-usiivet.ng
the tmti'ovt tuent kmwn i s cctiou No. rJer
ed by an ord-iiancc of rliv ei y if H-ck Isl.i ihl. 111
tmsseu June Ttli. lsS-3.enft!ed "An ordinan e for
the iniprovesaeiit of Seventeenth and Nintteen:h
t reel" ftom the sunh line of Tntnl to th North
line of Fourth avenue, and of Twenty thir ! street
from the sonth line ot Third to the north I n? cf
Kcu-.h ave ue, from the south hue f Fifth avi
trie ea-t tilouz sai l T- cnty third street south to
i line 51 fv ! ith o'and parallel w.th the south
line of Ninth averae " CndkT the above ord i
nnnce. the taid str.'ets are ordered carbt d with
curb-tones, eicavated and urated. improvedand
paved with pavlnit brick ef good quality
l'!as and stH-cifications for said improvement
on tile at tbe City Clerk's office.
Al. bids must be accompanied with a certified
cheek in the sum of $o(j psyable to the or
der of the treasurer of aij ciiy, which shall be
con fotfeited to saidc ty incase the biader shall
farl to enter into co tract with approved
sureties to exirute the work for the plans
mentioned in his bid and according to the plans
snd sp, ciflcatkms in the event that the contract
stia 1 be awarde-1 to him.
The city reserves the tijrht to reject any or all
Rock Island, II'... Spt. SJ. 1891.
A. D. HUH SING. City Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island Covstt, )
In ihe circuit court. in chancer :
Monroe Swatik vs S.irah f. Mapes (' former) w
SwatikiE. Anthony Vnpes in th. ir l ntwr uer
sou. and Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank Ida M
Swank, Saoie E. Swauk and Kdward S Sw inkl
the minor heirs of the late Paniel O. Swank, du
ceased. by John T. Kenworthv, cuardiun ail lit
em Fori closure general No. SjHS.
Notice is hereby iriven that bv virtue of a de
cree of said court entered In the above entitled
caose on Uie "ih day of Soptemlier.A.0. 1S93 I shall
on Sa'mdav. the-.'Sth day of Oc'cber. A II lss
the hour of o'clock In Ike afteimon, at the court
house. In the city of Rock lsl ind, in said county
of Rock Isliind. to satisfy said decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder lor cash that ce'
tain parcel of land, siniat in the cotutv o Hoc
Islano and state of lilino.s. known am described
a follows, to-wit:
The south part of the northeast quarter (V) of
the southwest quarter of sectiou Sevente-n
I IT), in township eighteen (1SI. north ran-e two
(i). east of tha Fourth principal meridian, con
taining leven (11 ard twenty-one i4i) hun
dredths f cres. in the township of Zuma.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this 30th day of
September. A. D. 18KJ. U it.NHV CL'KTI
f aster in Chancery, Hock Island County, 111
McEmby McEmky, Complatui.iit'e so icito'rs
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No
65H issued out of the ciurk'soff.ce of the count
court of Kock Island county, and state of Illinois
and u me directed, w hereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain luditment recently
obtained against the Coal Valley Butter and
t heese company in favor of Wi liara Bailey out
of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Valley Butler and
Cheese comp- ny,I have levied upon the following
property, to-wit . s
Lots numbers thirtteen (13), fourteen (141. flf.
teen (15) and sixteen (!t) in the K'rst add't'on
to the loan or village of Coal Valley, in the
county of Kock Tsiar.d, and slate of Illinois.
Therefore, according losiui commaud 1 sUallex
pose forsaleat public auction all the riitht. title
and interest of the above named. Coal Valley
Butter an Cteete company, in and to the above
described property, .hi Saturday, the SS,b. ,jay of
October, ISMS, at pi o'clo k a. m., at the north
door of the Coal Valley Butt rand f heese com
pany's factory on premises above described in
the couutyof Kock Island and stato of Illinois
i mi inpii iu uauu, w oauici jf saia execution and
I Dated at Rock Island this 4 h day cf Octo
bir, A. D.1SSS CYRLS D. GORDON,
Sheriff of Kock Island County, Illinois.
Vci-,. . .
Represents, amor,.- (,,j,r .
known Fire Iwurance Cotnv','"'
Royal Insurance .,.,,,.,,, ,
WeschefterP.re Ii,. , "' -'.'v
Buffalo German l, . . ,;, a:- 'V .
Rochester em!Hl ,'. , ',' 3' : E
Citizens' Its. tY., , f i. . V h 't-C
Sun Fire OWeo. Ir..!,.n ' r-'
I tiian Ins. Co.. , f i j ..
Security ln. ( .. ',. '
Milwaukee JU-.tam, s i. a-'
n is j . ,
German Fire It? (...., f pe . .
Office Cor. 1st,' st.,!'.,:
"THE 0L0 RELUIU
HAYES & CLEAVIU
Representing over -in Mi:::CC &--of
Fire. Life. Tor-.;,..
Employer s ij J
Bonds of Surety sh.p.
OFPK'E-Br.E.:.n s bloc, Kxkijt.
pBSecnre our rates: tt.iy .; .v.-.
J M BUF0RQ
Generai . .
The old Fire ai.il T r..,
Losses Prcaptly Pa::
Rates as low as any rel:ae c ..t,4.
You- Ptr..:.i..f ;f "
STATE SAVINGS EiH
oaceCorrer P:f:eesih etrte: itiriritt
Sncceeds the Moline avicct iks. ':--x
5 PerCEM IN7EEEST .AlIloK
Organized mitr s:.:t L-
Oec from 8 a. m. to 3 : w :
Saturoay Ltc'r -.s fr. rTi. r,
H. A. AmswojtTU, - - V.;
I. P. Hemeswav.
Poner Skinr.er. W T. V,
C.A.Rose, H. A. A:n
G. H. Ed-.varis. E. A::
Andrew Fnberg, . F. ilt
REAL ESTATE LO.tt
made for private parties :l is
spot of the west
Orchard State to
Of OHCUAKD. NE3:--isa-'-K.
W. Dart, rresident.
j. . Difcr ct.-;-'
Mitchell Lynde. Bat..:. ..
J. F. Hcjtnson, Castur K"s ;" -L- "
C. C. Carter, . D.
- Henry Dait's Sens, Wr.. r
I'orresisiiidelice -e.A.'f :
oroauway, ior. iT.Uie s:.. -'e - --
Refitted and renovated uu-U r t -15 -A'-'
on the Europe in plsn.
Room rates 51 a day and t:pwa:v ,.,
Restaurant eguai to the bent l : w "j
vihi raie. ..; j
u . . t ry . . : . t I.-' n I
vrct;i cans irom an n. n.
boat and ferry landings pass :i.e l"ir-
I11LDRETU A ALLES-f'
Washes everything from 31
eilk handkerchief to a &
teat; Lace curtains aspect
No. 1724 THIRD AT!
A. M. & L. J. PAB
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