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rilE ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEK 18. ;
THE TBAYELEK.V 6UDE.
a:ro, hock island & pacfic kail-
way Depot cornet Fifth avenue and Thirty
!rei strct. Frank 11. Plnmmcr, ajenl.
tET. I JWest,
..OTQCii Hiuils a. Miuoesrs '
ttDay Express )
Sim City Day Express.
'. -ins am 4 MS am
K:Jnpm 8:14 pm
' "i .45 am 7 :ao pm
Omaha and Denver Vi'Hi-1 '
bale Express ( ' 3 .45 am Sr.'O am
FtWor'h.D tirori tnC t: 4:Miam,ll:ii5pm
Stuart-Roc Isiaod Express I fi:30 pni 9:00 am
St. Paul anil Viiin apolis. .. . ! B :17 am 9 :d." pra
Kanas City atd St . Joe I fc .40 m S:85 I'm
Ucs M.vnes, o.iuua L,'u I I
I :4U am ui:so pm
Dailv. fO can. fn; west.
F. 11. Ti rjiMKR. Act.
UM. Alt.in. Hen Atrt. fuss. Dept. Davenport
XJt"KLiN(Tu h .i :e-t .. B. y. KAIL
JLJ vtr Dcim' ir: vv. cue and Sil'.uentfc s.
J. Yocuc, awent.
TRAINS. nin. I iSKi't
Looi Express i 45 u. ' 7:35 pto
3--Us: Sxprers T:4Spmi a 35 a o
8:. Tau! Express.. 7 0 pm 7:55 an
teardstown Passenger 8:50 pm; 10:45 am
r-teri!nt: Pa-wing-"- 7:55 am 6:50 pm
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
war Racine Southwestern Divieion De
pot Twentieth ft reel, between First and Second
svencc. B. D. W. Holmoa. agent.
TRAINS. LtavB ' AaRlVJS
Mali and Express.,. 7:0OatE9 30 pm
Si. Paul Expn-ss 4 4jnm 11:45 am
Ft. Accommodation i:4m 0Tm
OCK ISLAND & PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot Firnt avenne and Twentieth street- P.
a. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Latb A.BR-.TB
Fast Mall Express.... . 8:0h am 7:06pm
Bxpres 2:0pm 1:25 pm
Cable Accommodation 9:10 am 3:01pm
" " 4:00 pm 8:116 am
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
era railway, depot foot of Bradr strect,Dev
ecport. J.E.Hannecan, Gen.T'k't "Pas. Auent.
Davenport Trains, Leave. Arriv.
Pssaengcr r4 :55 pm : M0 45 am
Freight bS 00 am!bll:l5 pm
Leave Weat Davenport.
West Liberty Train tNorih. r.S"Uth.
Passenger , bTrSs am bill :15pm
" 10:S'i pm a4 50am
" j a6 45 am
Freleh'.... . : hi :15 ptu hS:.mam
" b9:lo m : hi :15pm
' bl 1:50am
aDa.U bD ii'y except Siind ly. lining north.
Going" South and cast,
osr DtuEJT1 aorra to tub
East. South and Southeast.
Fast M'l.: Express
. . 6:0n am !l:2o pm
. i 8:45 am 8:04pm
. . i :is am 3:27 pm
. 9 :: im: 8:57 pm
.. 10:11 am 4::W pm
..'10:' am 4:55 pm
11:15am 5:t" pm
Lv. Rnck Island...
Decattir . .
1 :15 pm,
4 Of. pm
1 :-ii am
11 : pm'
Lv. Peor M:10 am 3:Wpm
Ar. Roes l--ir.-t 1 :4ft pm 7:lSpm
Accran ) 1 uiot: trainii leavi- iio-k Island a:
t :0O a. m. in 1 C.'io p. m : arr.vp fit Peo::d3:Wp
"n. ar.d 1 :1 t a. m. Lpavt Pt'u:a H:C;' a. m. ar.!
T :lo p. m ; arr.vo I'.ock liniid i :: p. m n: i 1:1'
A.', train- r 'n dvlv excc.it San-it;
jx'.. p. ; :jer rj:a a-7.vo ar.tf ii- ; art Ur.ion
.-r.ol. Vein .
Vre.- l'B ..r -. i-on Far iz;'rt ..'tvr, Hock
.flonvl a:: 1 'V ina, boti di.-tiCi ::-.
Tir-r: i vo',ti' tn all p-)iu! : ia-.-'.-c Ciiucktd
t:jr. :o d,: :ia:t'ir..
Accoia, I Acroo..
Lv. R.tx -,d 9.1o am! 4.0" pm
Arr. Kcvn i d- , 10 2n am1 5.0S pa
cabi- 11.00 am! 5.40 pm
1,1. V.o C.Z m U.0 pre
Ar. Keynol i- am 1.45 pm
" Kock Island ... 7.55 am .00 pm
H. B. 9CDLOW, TOCKHOCS2
Stipenn'.cndrfni 'i--u' ! Tk.. Azei t
Great Rock Island Route
TO THE KAST.
Best Dining Car Service in tte World.
The Uock Island is foremost in
adopting any ad van t aire calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, safety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
js thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Faithful and capable management
tnd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
rtre'a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line wilt rind little
cause for complaint on'that ground.
The Great Rock Island Route runs all
jegular trains to Englewooil subur
ban station, close to World's Fair
prounds, and you can save time and
frouble by getting off at that point
Ind avoid the crowd in the city.
" For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupou
ticket oflicc in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
GcnT Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St John, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago III
THE NEXT MORN I MG FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW A N O MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor says it ana pfntly on ths stomach,
llrer and kidnevs. and ia pleasant laxative. Tbis
drink is made from h rbs. and a prepared for use
as easily as tea. It is railed
All drutrpi8teH it at Vr. andfi a package. If you
cannot irvt it. s?nd your address for a frev raznple.
l.BCa Family Mrd trine tnovra ihr bowels
ear a day. in order to he hralihy thisu. n.-etftrv.
Addxvta OKATUK . V OOJLWARI, Le Hoy. 2.V
ATTORNEY AT L a W Office in Mitchell 4
Lynac'a new block.
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT L" -office in Reck Island
National Bank hu. Iriinp, Roc bland. Hi.
E. D. SWEESET. C. L. ViUtK.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bengston s block. Hock Island. 111.
C. J. SEAKLK. S. W. SEA RLE.
SEARLE dt SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
Solicitor in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island
McENIRY St McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW Loan money on iiood
security, make collection. Reference,
Mitchell & Lyi.de, backers. Office in I'ostofflcc
S W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly of Port Byron,
and uurni.- the past wo years with the firm of
B.-own-.ut Kntr.kcn at Molinc, has now opened
at office in :nc .vnditoriam bnhdlng, room 5, at
I'll rs, a ash.
DR. AS AY,
PnYSIClAN AND SUf GEON -1134
Telephone 1170. Rock island, 111.
Office IIo::r : 10 a. ni. to 12 m., 1 to 3 p. m. and
.R,U 'Iwk-cM 1 Geo. E. Iiarth, M. I ,
DRS. EARTH & HOLLO WBU?H
PHYSI'.'lANs ANli SMl-aEONS-om.
e 40-.iiard st. Telephone 1W5
Kesidetice TSi 31s st. liSf
orric E jorns :
Dr. Barth Dr. Hollow bih--
V to 1' i. m. 10 to 12 a. m.
1 to x and 7 to p. m, ' to 5 abd 7 to s p, m.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON,
EAii. NOSE. AN 0 THROAT ONLY
iimce McCuiloai:a Baiidmp, W . :id St.
ours: 9 to 11 am: 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Mter-s, M. D. G::o. W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS- MYERS & WHEELER.
Soreery nni r iViimrn
OiEce over Krcll dc Math's. Te ephone 1H3.
- orpti-E hour:
HB. XTKi'.S. Wl. WHEEL!!!'..
1 1 to 12 a. m. to to a. m.
3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m .1 to 3 ami 7 to V p. m
lies, teiepiio!:-- li- ' Kes. ti ieuhone. lli.
R. M PSARCE,
DENTIST toom if V.itchel; Lymte e new
bioca Tfc-j c.eva-or.
DR: J E. HAWTHORNE.
DENTIsT ?cotrt i;3:tr .ctt-ri wlthont pi;;u by
rue new ;:;no(.. so 1710 Second avenue.
ever lirell Math's.
DRS- BICKLE & 3CH0EMAKER,
ENTAl. SURGEON Mitchell & l.vndvV
bock. Hcom- SH 31. fl'ate Elevator
EDWARD L- HAMMATT,
ARCHITECT, Rock Isl ind. 111. Office Koom
41, Mitchell Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
AUCUITECT "lar.s am superintendence for a'1!
Class u, Buildings. It nu t3 and 55, Mitch
ell Lynde tiandint. TaKI elbvatob
W. A- DARLING.
Rimni US. Mitchell it I.yndc hi
T.lke E evator.
Is Life Worth I iviu??
That Depends Ujon Your Health.
Will core yon and keep you well.
For sale a. Harper Qoute Pharmacy.
Jolrn Volk & Co.,
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wood work for bailuers.
Eighteenth St- bet. Third and Fourth avenues
Otto Schmrlzrr Thus Ait't-eil linos the
I (ianntlrt or tl.e I'llirlins
An imniifrrHiit sirrivtil tit Nt-v York
rocentlj- in a ill-ess suit. Oll.i Sclnnol-
zer, the tlosopn.-innt of an ancient
j Polish house, was among- the stoeraffe
: passenpers on tVe poo.i ship I.a Tonr
' aine. As ihe boat nt-ared t!ie port
I Otto was alarmed ly tr.c? stories circu
j lated in the stoerape tliat t'ae deten
I tion of the authorities amounted to
almost imprisonment. Anions his
j possessions was a dress suit l:e had
I worn in the days when, as an aristo
i crat. he sometimes en l.nl rtviunps of
j celebration minus h':s nipht
I pown but adorned in evening
' attire. When Otto Uari-.e.l that
the gentlemen aboard tere allowed
to go ashore without aiu- trouble, ex
cept the esaminatio : t-f their bag-gage,
he attired himself in hi - prveious dress
suit He was better off t'nn most of
his fellows, for lie had a clean shirt,
and when he appeared on deck he was
the pride and envy of the steerape. It
was 30 o"clock in the morning-, but the
rolish jrentlex.an. who eould not af
ford a jap to ac otint for the dress
suit, in lus exeiten.ent forpot his pood
breeding and the rule that evening
dress is not to be worn until after 6,
except in the early morning when ac
companied by the remains of a lark.
His remarkable appearance called the
immediate attention of the. authorities
to him. When he explained the situa
tion, exhibing $10 in pold and strutted
in the dress suit, he was allowed to
po on his way rejoicing, to join the
ranks of those whose dress suits are
the excuse for their poverty.
1'ednnrie'a Little Inarrurary.
Maud How do you like that young
Irene I don't like him at all. He's
either very stupid cr he's an impu
dent upstart. I said to him at the
party last night that I didn't feel
like eating anything, and he said:
Why, Miss Squires, you certainly
look well enough to eat."
Well, what of that?"
Why, he shouUl have said I
looked pood enough to eat.
A Siert smelling Town.
Kczanlik is beyond all dispute
sweetest smelling place on earth
lies on the upper Tundja. near
foot of the h:pk;i yi.
full of rose tields. 1-cl.i-f
seat of the ii;du
, in a valley
i-zanlik is the
ti v in atlar of
It takes j '.-'oi of the roi-cs
ov ::i '.h;i! t ali- v to vic-ld, bv
distillation, as rrs,;
otto of roses as o
l.fly c--r.t ji.i-i.-e.
h grniur.c attar or
lilies in weight a
It Bhnn'.l ba :n Evuty Hoss-.
J. H. Wiison. ."'7: t i:iv M . . iiai-s-i'lir-.
Pa.. sa s i,- will n -t be witli
oiii Ir. KiiiLr's New l;sroery for
t 'onsurnpiioti. ( 'oughs and Cold:. that
it cured his win- who wa- threatened
with pneumonia after an attack of
La (irippe." when various other
remedies and several physicians had
done her no iro.l. KoU-rt IVarbcr.of
Cooksport. Pa., claims Or. King's
New Di-co -TV ha- i!-ne him more
e-ood than an tiling lie h
e ef il-Ci
for lung trouble. Nothing
Tree trial hot to a! Hurt,
mever"- drug -:-ro. Larg
I-i-nt- and ?1.
u.i.i l iin- itrn i i:.
Tin- ren'.oiK i- liecomin.
known a;:-! so p.
-.- sitig i ie Mill!'' -o!!g
p'l! V llledieii:e .l-i.-s
it i- guaraiiti-ed to do
t-t-d. Kiectric Hitters
-a-e- tf t lie !i -r and
remove pimples, boils,
and other affections
not ei-t at
all thai ':.- ei
will cure all
salt i lii um
caused bv impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system and prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Pitters
Kntire sati-iaetioti guaranteed, or
money refunded Price .jo cts. and
$1.0:1 per bottle at Hart. & T'Me
mvcr. BUCKLEN S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the vorl-! for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, -i t tin 1:111
Fever sores, tetter, chapped bato's.
chilblains, corns, and all si.i-: t rup.
tions. and positively cures piles ,,
no pav reitiirei! . It is gnat a "toed
to ei" le-.-feet sal i sfaet ion . of noiiev
refunded. Price i." cents pet
Fur sab- l.y Hart ifc I'llemcver
Tent Life, in loue;ollri.
In the plains on the western bor
ders of the Chinese Umpire, in the
very heart of Asi.i there live roaming
tribes who seldom viit towns, except
it may be in the way of trade. They
dwell in tents which ehey pitch whore
ever they may happen for the mo
ment to be wandering- or working.
The tent used by some of the roving
Mongolian folk is made of felt, and is
unusually low, small, and pointed
towards the top. The wooden door
frame is no higher than half a window
frame in our houses, but the tent,
although not equal to the wants of a
large family, is snug and comfortable
enough in summer, but cold, cold in
On the Threshold.
S'an lir, at womanhood's floor is she,
Clad in her virginal purity.
A creature fair as the lillles be.
They aieb rnc to earth when the storms prevail.
And their life goes out in the summer gile.
When wc sees frail and lovely creature, stand
in; on the threshold between girlhood and wo
manhood, we shiver wi-h a fear of whit may be,
b .-cause we have seen so many succumb at this
critical period of life. What is needed at this
time is a tou'c and iuvigorant something thiit
will promote proper functional action of the fe
male organs. The only remedy to be depended
on is Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription. ' This un
equaled medicine, which cures diseases peculiar
to women, is especially valuable at the period
when the jrlrl crossm the threshold of woman -
Hood. L sed at such a time, it never fails to p-o-duce
a most bi-neticial result, and many a f.-a-ile
in has been tided owr lis e s most trjing periods
Gilbert Stuart, the American por
trait painter, who has graven the face
of Washington upon our memories,
learnod his art in lha English home
of Benjamin West. One day he met
Dr. Johnson, whose dislike of the
American colonies was notorious.
"Sir," demanded Johnson of young
Stuart, "where did you learn Mng
lish?" "Out of your dictionary, sir,"
replied the quick-wilted artist. The
old man became pentle.
l'ot at o Talk.
This curious phrase ttsed to be ap
plied to the household gossip that was
supposed to be indulged in at the
"five o'clock" teas in Germany. Ladies
were wont to take their work to a
friend's house, and enjoyed a little
chit-chat over the tea and cake about
their domestic affairs generally and
cooking in particular. It must have
been a stern and unsympathetic man
who sneered at this conversation as
When Baby . s sii k, vrp piei iter I'astoria.
VClirn -h-' ht.s . riiiM. she i rits.1 for Castoria,
When she if -t-mr.i she elunjr to Ca-Toria,
When she had Children, she gave t hem Caster J
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b.uvels each day. Most people coed
to use it.
Cni.oVen Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the congh
Ch'ildreti Cry for
Tic- ar.- vi live m is gasct.ns at and
ii'-ar the surface i f the ttlolx.-, bin if M.
tit' Fotivulli- is right at an elevation of a
fiwi:.i: s above the ground air is either
liquid . . s.-!id or both.
r- i. f S
t ii presents a
iizcr ; tiicse are
(everything to those 'who
ere kiii:,'' ucr'i and
strength. Tiie combina-
of nil fat pro--viili
; --.v'-:-'s a rc-
Eye ard Ear Specialist
Anil mi'c ft '.rit'ior of ih : Ta"k-i..r!vir.e Ejo
a 1 Kar liitirmary, will
- AT the
Thursday and Fridav
and make rct'iru i-iit? i nee a ntott; ii
JZ: i A i2l '
will straighten the first ease of
Cross Eyes that apply s fkek. of
charge. Send word to
Vr. Coffee has treated over 700 p-tien's in
Rockford aud Freeport and over 100 In and about
OBieuu. Co saltation free on first trip.
He will straighten CROSS or StfUlNT EYES tn
Removes CATARACT n two minutes.
I'terygiune or film over the tyes-one minute.
1-idcciimy two minutes.
Tutninit in or out of lids and wild hairs, etc.,
rvnio ed quickly.
Stopping of Lachrymal (tear) Duct, causing an
overflow of tears permanently curod.
Polypus Tumors in now or cm s removed in two
Opening of the Enstaehian Tube leading from
throat t- ear in two minutes.
Removing Tousils and Clipping Uvula, anc
Every one of the above operations I perform
except cataract, and patients cin go home with
CATARACT. PTERYGINNE (for film over the
sight). Opocities of Cornea, blindness weak.
"-ij fcinuui.t uu hus, cnrouic reu sore
eye-, wild batrs. cnironium or tnrnmcr in ,.t
lids, diseases of lachrymal duct (tear duct), tu
mors of eye. cvterpation of eye ball. All sur
gical diseases of the eve and Its nerves
ACUTE AND CHRONIC NASAL CATARRH
in all its forms cured permanently. Ozaiua
polypus, tumors, hawking and spitting, enlarged
"'" I - ' uitc, iranuiaica sore throat
DEAFNESS I can eure 60 per cent of these
times no ten in nve minutes if curable. 1
core many cases in one treatment.
NOWKS IN EARS I can cure in every ca e,
HISCII AFfJKi EAKS-I can cure ill every case
I,-,-. .- j
Bttu.nci!lils M lUMi 1RJIBLE cured
from cat irrh can be cure J.
DE. L L. CAKKES.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease
Or. Mile Mriical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
GESTLEMrN : I feel It ir.y duty, M well t.' r
pleasure, tojT.iilih, uneolic-lted, to the world t v
benefit received from c. Mi eta- Bcbtohativi
RtMEDica I was stricken d..wn uuh llr -,
IHaraae and its complications. HTupiJ pu!?e vur
ne from 90 to 140 beats perminute.a cheKiriro;
buruiag aensatioa ia the wind pipe, opprvs-ior.
don of the heart and below lower rib, pain in the
arms, shortnesa of breath . sleeplessness, weakness
:nd peneral debility. The arteries in my nk
would throb violently, the throbbing of my tf art
could be heard across large room and would
shake my wbole body. I waa so nervous that 1
could not hold my hand steady. 1 hare hem
umdrr the trratm jnl of smiaml phytirian.
and have tnAv-m yalUr of JVsten JfsitiWs
triihnut thr Iramt freneU. A friend recom
mended your remedies. Bhe waa cured by iir
Miles' remedies 1 have taken . n mm mm
ihrce bottles of your Ke'CUHtU
Heart Core and two bottles
Nervine. My pulse Is normal, I have no egotv
violent throbbing of the bean, at a writ man
I aincerely recommend every one with svmpiomi
of Heart Disease to salt Dr. Mile' ttettormr
ifemmliea mnd bo eurod.
Ov-peum City, Kana. L. L. CaBJtEK.
Sold on rmitive Guaraales,
OR MONCV StTUBNtB.
Instantly removes and forever destroys ob-
jecttonable ha t, whether upon the hanii?,
face, arm or neck, without di-coloration
or injury tothe mo-t delicate skin. It was
'. POR FJFTY TARS THK SECRET FORHCLA OP
C Ki-a rs Wilson, acknowlerffrcd by pby.i-
cions as the biifhe-t authority and the
; mojtt eminent dcriii-olorist and hair se:ia--
listth ii ever lived. Dunm.' his private prac
t:ce tf a life-t'm ammi: the noility andar
. istocrat-y of Europe he prescribed tiiis re-
cipc. l's te, $ i by r ail. securely packed.
- CorresD'-Tiilenc confli cnt:al. Silk- AcnN
: f.T Amrnca. Addn-ss THE SKOOKl'M
: HOOT HAIR GhuWE CO. DejU. Ii.. 5?
South 5th avenue. New York.
o ' ' o ' ' o ' ' o ' ooo
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Rock Island Concrr. f
lnthc circuit er-nrt.in chancer; :
Monroe Swank vs. Sarah E. Mapes ifornierij
Swank E. Anthony alaK's ia tht ir j rocr pcr
sou, and Mary I. Swar.k, JohB M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sanie E. Swank and Edward S. Swank,
the minor heirs of the late ranielC.Swank.de
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy. -mardian ad lit
em Foreclosure sret:eral No. i;sis.
Notice is herehy-iven thai by virtue of a de
cree of said conn entered In the aoove entitled
caue on toe 7th dy of September. A. D. l?03.l shall
on Sa'uidav. the -JSth day of Oc:cler. A.D.lsici, a;
the hour of 2 o'clock in the afterncon, at Ihe court
hor.-e, in the city of Rock Island, in sail county
of Rovk li-l::tid. to satisfy ssid decree, sell at pub
he vendue to tue hu'h-'St bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of lar.ii. s:tuut : in tbe cocntv 01 Hocc
Island and stale f Illinois, known anj described
a- follows. to-w:t:
The south part of the r.--r:heast quarter tA) ef
th" s.ntliwe-t qaarter ( of stction seveiiici n
ilt, in townsbiisvtphtetn i ts', north nnzt two
i-'. :lt --I' t.e Fourth priiic:ral mt ridian, ccn
ainiii t hvt n -11' aid tHeruy-fi.e huu
tin d' lis 1 1 re-. :t: r lit- T nei'hip c-f Z;:ma.
bated at Uo.k lai-U. lll'ii":s. Thi :liith dav of
September. A. D. Istli. HfcNKV CURTIS."
ater in C!iatiry. Peck Is. and County. 1'.'..
ViE- iuv a McEmky. CctDp'siiiuBt so'a iiors.
My virtue of ::n execution and fee bill No.
liMt issued out of tbe clerk's oSce of the rirctat
court of Rock Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby 1 am commanded to
make the amount of a certain judgment recently
oluaitied acainst the CohI Valley Butter and
t lieese company in favor of William Bai'.ev.ont
of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Vallev Butter ami
Cheese comp'ny.I have levied npon the following
property, to-wit .
Lots numoers thirteeen ilo). fourteen (14, fif
een (15) and sixteen (101 in the First .a.l tion
to the ton or village of Coal Vallev. in the
county of Rock Island, and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according losaid command I shallex
pose forsale at public auction all the rli-hr title
and interest of the above named. Coal Valley
u""i' . ueer-e company, m ana to ine aoove
described property, 111 Saturday, the 2sth dv of
October, ISM. at 10 o'clo k a. m., at the coth
dixir of the Coal Valley Butt, r uud bee-se com
pany's factory on premises above described, in
the county of Rock Island and state of Illinois,
for cash in hand, to satisfy said execution and
Dated at Rock Island this 4-h
ber. A. 1). 1-18 c HUs D. GORDON'.
Sheriff of Kock island County, lllinoia.
LABOR. TIME, MQNE?
D6e it your own way.
U is the befct Soap made
For V ashing Machtu. use.
WARNOCX & RALSTON,
So i everywhere
- , r a
Cor. Michiqan Ave and Monroe St CHICAGO.
THOROUGH INSTRUCTION. CHEAP BOARDING.
EiVtjat fir9,ro y building
A. D. Hi
known Fire Ins;ir;,tn0 r0 r ':
Royal Insurance 1 'o;-. .. ,.
Wesehester K r.. t, ( s
Bulla to German Ii'- 1 V-'1-5
Rochester German It'. , "' i ;
Citizens' Irs. Co., , f p .. v
Snn Fire litK,- 1'.':
Unittn Ins. Co..' of i'a '.
Security Ins. t o.. .t : ' . "
German Fire Ins Co., eft
Oflice Cor. sih s;.!"
Pat kl. -1
"THE OLD RELUBLL
HATES & CLUvaJ
Representing over 4u Millie-n.-J
Fire. Life. Tcrrad,.
Bends of Suretyship.
OFFICE-Ber.gstcr. s b.oc. dotk b.-
B"8ecnre otrr rates : th, y t
J M BUF0RD
General . .
Tbe old F:rt -1..: T .: t - .
, . i. n
re r r.x. it.
Rates as low a ar.y n- ::.: t- ,- -- .- ,
Vdu' Tatr.,: v ,. ;. . ";
STATE SAVINGS EAS
"-mcevonter rne'.-r.;E -tn: ils T: r:it. I
Sasceedstte Holit iav.r ; : ..: .;. o-:.8
5 Per f EM I5TEEE5T .AlH
Orrras'avd .-. 1 ...
0,ec front 9 a. a. to ; - .. ; :-
S.'it'.irJay l:1;? '- - V -;i
t'oana tusssB. f
H. A. Atsswos-ru. - - V : :
J. F. Eejieswav.
Porter Sk'nt.tr. W -v.
C. A. Rose. . A
tJ. H. Eawird-, '.V. H.
Andrew Fr. berg, .1- . :
Ii.raL? L'r. ::.
REAL ESTATE LOAN
mce for nnvatt iar: ? .1 -:X
ot of the hk1: y r..
Orchard State Ban
of orchard, ne.;:.asa.
K. W. Dart. Prestcn.'.
Mitchell A Lynde. I5.-t k. r-.
J. F. Kotnnsou, CaL.-.r t-..- 1
C. C. Carter, v . r.
lenry Dan s Sons, W: o
t 'orresiwi.JeUi l -o
Broadway, Cor. Prluce St.. Nv V : 1 '
Refitted and renovated ua-. t t, V
on the European plan.
Room rates SI a day and '
Restaurant equal to the bc x t-t c 0 -
HtTff l ran from stt H R sa:i 't. t-- I--
boat and ferry landings pa?s ttc d.icr.
EILDRETI1 i ALLEN. 7n
Washes every tiling from a t
eUk handkerchief to a cirtf
tent; Laoe curtains a special'1
No. 1724 THIRD l
A. M. & L. J. PRKER