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THE AEGUS, FlilDAY, OCTOBER 20, JM.s.
THE TRATELEKS' tiCWi:.
CHICAGO, KOCK ISLAND PAi TIV KAIL,
wi; Depot cirne: Fifth avenne and Thirty
8rt street. Frank U. Plnmmer, ajent.
East, i ;Wist,
council Binds a Minueso- 1
t Day Express (
Kansas City Day tpr."s .
:(rS am 4
:45 am 7
.45 am 3
:-iO poii 0
:17 am V
:40 am S
Omaha ana Denver Vesti-1 I
bale Rxpress . .. (
FtWorth.D inrc-ri: Unt'itj
Ptnart-Rock Island Express;
St. Panl anil Mini apoiis i
Kansas City antl St. .Joe
lies Moiue. Omaha L'n- I i
j 5:40 aiu10 20 pm
Daily. tG '.cue&st. TUo'ng went.
F. H. Pl.t'MMER, Act.
L. M. Ai l.' v. ;en. Act. P.'.. Drpt, tlaonport
TJCRUN'tTN H H'lB-C. B. Vf. RAIL
way Dcp.it r"irr aveuae and Sixteenth si.
H. .1. Tooug, iw.-ct
TRAINS . hav, mivi
t. Loi Kzpreca.. .... ... :45 an.!Yspa
St-Loul Bxpreis... ... 1 T-45 pm! n
8t. Paul E xprese 7 0 pm 7 :S5 a a
Mardatown Passenger. :80pmi 10:43 am
Sterling "avenger ' 7:Wami 6:50pm
CHICAGO, MIxWACKKB ST. PACL RAIL
war Racine & Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Leave jAmaiT.
Mail and Kxprees 7:00am 9 30 pm
St. Peal Express 4 40 pm 11 :45 am
rt. M accommodation.... :45irt & Oinm
OCR ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DC
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
B. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. I Liava Aaaivx
Paat Mall Express ."i :( am 7:P5 pm
Express i :)pm 1:
Oable Accommodation :10am: 3:0) pm
" I t :00pm ( am
BURLINGTON. CEDAR P. A PIDS & NORTH
era railway, depot foot of Brady trect,Dav
enport. J.B.Hannegan, Gen.T'k't 4 Pass. Ajient.
Pavenport Trains. Leave, j Arrive.
Passenger I M:! pm blO 45 am
Freight 1 bJ 00 am bll:I5 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Tr'n tNorth V uta.
Passenger Kfi.ni bli):".pm
alo:3i pm a4 50a n
" i ati 4. am :
Frelebt , hi :M pm . bSilWam
" ... , h!:i.S m M :15pm
Dai!v. bD4i'r evtept vin iy. imrli.
Going Soirh sinl ri
H'jar DIKSCT B0TJTE TO TES
t. South and Southeast.
. . 9 :im am j
. ! 6:4a ami
.. :( ami
. :. am!
..'II :ln am!
3 :27 pm
8 :57 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :55 pm
Lv. Rock Is.and.
Prlnceville . .
. i 1:15 pro;
.! 3:40 pm!
. "OC pm i
i 9:50 pm'
.1 3:50 pmi
. 6 :55 nm j
; 7:31) pmi
. 11 '00 pmi
10 :) pm
Ar. Roc it Niar.'l
. . . 1 :2n pm 7 :05 pm
Accommo'latioc truns leave P.o-k Is'.and at
:00a. m. and i.M p. m; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
m. and 1 -.15 a. m. Leave Ptojia :00 a. m. and
7 :ll p. m; arrive Hock li-'.and 4 :;Xi p. m and 1:S5
All tril-' r -n d;!y eice.it Sntida.
A'.! pause iirer tratci arrive and 4:part Caton
Kree Ci i;r c-oa Fa: Sxp'es' between Rock
Isioul arid Peoria, both ilirecilon.
Tnroaau t'.citot to ai poin:: backraee cntcscd
broatjti 13 d.!:ina:!on.
Lv. Hoc a I "la. i tt.lnam .'pn
Arr. Rc;uo;d' 10.2H am 5.06 pra
" Cable 11.00 am 5.40 pm
Lv. PMe ; (l.S' am 19.50 pm
Ar. Reynold 7.00 am 1.45 pm
fcv.ica !.and : T.ft'i am 3.00 pm
8. B. 8UDLOW. n.. TOCKHOC6K
Siperinteaden'- H :u"' Txt. Ae- t
Great Rock Island Route
r, . 1
fr.a in ii mi. iw" .-m
TO THE EAST.
BestDin'.nK Car Serv;:: ir. the World
I he liofk l.tlana is lori-mot in
atlontiri'r an v atlvantajre calculated
to improve spct'd ati'l trive that lux
ury, safety antl ctinifnrt that popular
patronage tlcmaii'Is. its eqiiipmeut
5s thoroughly complete with ve.-ti
buled trains, niaytiilieent dinino;
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, and of recently im
Faithful and capable nianajreuient
and polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
.re a double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of. accomplishment
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground
Che Great Rock Iand Route runs all
tegular trains to Englewood subur
an station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time and
trouble by getting oil at that point
'na avoiu me crown in tuc citv.
For full particulars as to tickets
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ofu.ee i the United Mates
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gcn'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt., Chicago, 111
E. T J.'nN. Gcn'l Mgr. Chicago 111
THE NEXT MORNING I FEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND MY COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
Mt dorror ty v nrts frently on li utomarh,
llvprftnd kidnev. id a pleiwMint laxative. This
drink is made from herbs, and u prepared for use
a easily an tea. It s called
A 11 druggists sel li atsor. andtiaparfeaee. Ifyoa
cannot get it. send our address for a free sample,
l ane's Family Medicine move the bowels
eacaway. Inorde: to be healthy this is netessarv
Addreas URATUK i . WOODWARD. I.t ltov.
ITTORXKY AT 1. W Office in Mitchell
Lynae's new blcck.
JACKSON & HURST.
1 TTORNEYS AT LAW office in Ruck I-land
National Bank Huildin?, Kocv l?iand. III.
. n. swEEvcr. c.u iu".
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND fOl SSELLORS ATLAW
Office in Benst n"s block. Rock Island. 111.
C. J. SCAKLB . . . Vf jSElRLB.
SEARLE S SEARLE.
ATTORNEYsAD COl"XELLOK$ AT LAW -and
s.i'icitor' in Chancery; office Buford";
block. Rock Island
McENIRY & McENlRY-
ATTORNEYS AT lW-Loan money on io.d
srriirl'y. maki- collections. Reference,
Mttcht i! ,fc Lvcde, ' ankers. Office in I'osti'fflcc
S Vr. ODELL.
I TT. U E Y AT L. W-Formerly of Port Byicr.
. . au-i a .nun ia pt si r wo years with the era o'
B own::. i i.utr!ken at Moliue, ha now oyi r.eii
i Afljr. m at And: orinra oai.tHre. roo.n 5, a'
Dli. A SAY,
PUVS IAN AND I'UGEON -1154
Tcleplione 117'.'. Ro.fc Island, 1.1.
Office Uo::r- : IP a m. to 12 m., 1 to 3 .. m and
J. R. Ho:.o bU!.ii, M p tito. E. Earth, M. T.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSK
P!IYsIi'IA AND Sl'RSEOXS.
Omce 4iiH2:ird lt Telephone llit
Uclcnce 7i Klst st. " USS
r. Ba-L i Dr. HolloHbash
9t"1n,m. 1C to 12 a.m.
1 to 9 ar.d 7 to p. rr . 1 1 to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON.
YE. EAR. NO-iF ND THROAT nvt v.
L. mce McCuil inh Btiildine. 1S4 w. 3d St.
Hoars : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J . F. Mters, M. D. Geo. W. Wheileb, M. D
DRS- MYERS & WHEELER,
sri riALTtEs :
Office over Erell A Math's. Te'ephone 1143.
Da. areas i nn wheeler.
11 to 12 a. m. to in a. m.
2 to 5 and 7tc B p. m 1 1 to 3 and 7 to u m
Ites. teleniione ljvii Res. telephone. list'.
R I.I FEARCE,
ENTIT loom 3: in Mitchell A Ljndt'c nev
bioca Take elevator.
DR: J E. HAWTHORNE.
DENTIST rcetn i Ttracted withont pain by
the new Tietno - -o 171C Second avtiine.
over Krel: t Math's.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
DENTAL bLKOB )Nj - Mitchell i I.ynde'
block. Kooni- 2 j 31. (Tate Jilevatori
EDWARD L HAMMATT,
ARCHITECT, Rock Island, 111. Office Koom
41, Mitchell X Lnde building.
GEO. P. 3TAUDUHAR,
ARCHITECT 'Ian- and superintendence for ull
class tu balldir.g. R wins 53 and 55, Mitch
ell A Lynde bniiC:i4. take ilsvatob
W. A- DARLING.
rITV F.NGINEEB -
O Ktioi i 3. V. telle1.! V l.yiitle i'iik
Tac ir levator.
Is Life Worth Living?
That Dcpen la Upon Your Hcaltb.
Will care yoo and keep ycu well.
For sale at Harper House Pharmacy.
Joiin Volk 5c Co..
Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring
And all kinds o wood work lor builders.
Eighteenth St. be'. Third and Fourth avenues.
PARISIAN ARTIST BEGGARS.
Rivh Koutes for Mendlcanta Sohl by Au
A Paris municipal councilor, George
Berry, has been exploring- all sorts ol
out-of the-way places with a view to
presenting the council a report on
begrping- and Tioprg-ars in the French
capital. I'nder "dispruised begging"
he devotes a special chapter to those
strange trades which really come un
der that heading:, and he has also
much to say about the people who,
while not actually froing be'gine;
themselves, pet their living out of
those who do.
Near the Ecole de Meileciue M.
Berry found a woman wh. s.elis sets of
addresses of the charitably disposed
to bcgpinp-letter mipostors. She sells
two sorts, the hi? set and the little
set (le grand jcu ct le petit jeu). The
little set is 5 francs. artl comprises '.'00
addresses; for 15 fan s one can have
the Vg set of 0.".0 addresses sufficient
says the vendor, to enable anyone
starting in the business to earn his
living for a year. As M lierry
bought a copy of each set, doubtless
the council will give a ueful warning
to the persons whose addresses are
Ordinary street begging in Paris, is
reckoned to bring in an average of at
least a shilling an hour. Many of the
beggars sleep in the neighborhood of
the Jardin de Plantes. A man in the
neighborhood makes a large income
by affording shelter to them at the
rte of a penny a head per night. He
is enabled to do this by hiring for a
small sum each, until regular atten
dants are obtained for them, all the
empty shops and houses he can obtain.
ON THE ELEVATOR.
The Oid Man Was Honest, antl Hated
to Ite a Iieadliend.
'One:" called out the man who runs
the elevator at the New York Life
building in Kansas ( ily, as he stopped
ill the first l!ci.r. 'Two'" is the pass
word f.r the second. Three" for the
third floor, antl so on up to "Ten,"
when the top floor is reached.
On a trip the other day the elevator
was crowded with men.. Ail of them
seemed to be intent on business, but
there was a peculiar exp:sM.,n on
the face of one man in the corner as
the e'evator -tided an '. t h number
rcpresentii.i.' the l!.-..r increased ;n
Mze. The criers i f the man's mouth
dropped louer and lower, arid his
lands were thrust dc per an ! d.-cper
into his treT.sers rocket. When the
elevator stepped at the ninth ihior the
old fellow s emeu relieved, but his
hands went still deeper when the cage
"Ten:" called out the buy.
And not until then was the? cause of
the oid man's anxietv known. He
pulled out nine cents, handed them to
the elevator man ainl ex laiiued:
'There, conductor, that's all the
fare I have; but I'll walk down."
THEY WERE COMRADES.
A teuator Kec-ognizes an Old CVam in a
A tall, snovvv-benrde I nun. with
a wide-brim wed .oft hat and the gen
eral air of a Westerner, was walking
along Fourteenth street, uciir I'aioa
Square, in Xe.v York. H noticed a.
blind beggar s appeal f jr aid. The
appeal was prowiinentJy d'rewayod on
a can! hanging on the begg.tr' s breast.
It stated that the atpellau' h id lost
his sight through a mine c.vp'.os-on in
the West manv years ago
The white-beardeel man stopped and
addressed a remark t the blind beg
gar, whose face brightened at the
first words and broke into; a smile
when the gentleman li''ok hats) with
him. Propping a eoinirvtj the tin cup
that clunked like a siieep bell at the
liberal donation, the venerable pedes
trian put sued h s path.
"That's Senat r Stewart of Nevada,"
wnispercd one observrr to another.
and t'ae blind beggar on: j worked iu
the same mine with him. Two sum
mers ago they met in the same way in
this neighborhood. The senator gave
generous alms, and the blind beggar
was cheered by the kind words which
It nnnm b u y a
J. B. N ilson. :!71 ( lav St.
burg. Pa., savs he wUl not
out lr. King's New Iisemeiv for
Consumption. Coughs and "!!-. t hit t
It cured his wile who was thte;:ti n I
with tiui'iimonia alter an atlaekof
La lrii'o." when various . dn r
remeilies and seeral phvsieians had
ilolie her no good, lloliett Hurler.
Cooksiiort. Pa., claims lr. King'
New l)iscoverv has done him more
;imt than anything he has ever used
for lung trouble. Nothing like it.
Free trial hot lies at Hart,
tneyer's drug store. Lai'"-'
bottles Vt cents and if 1.
Kl.fct TKK' BITTERS.
This remedy is becomin;
known and so pojmlar as to need no
special mention.. All who have used
Electric Bitters sing; the same song;
of praise. A purer medicine does
not exist ami it is guaranteed to do
all that is claimed. Electric Bitters
will cure all diseases of the liver antl
kidneys, will remove pimples, boils,
salt rheum ami other affections
caused by impure blood. Will drive
malaria from the system ami prevent
as well as cure all malarial fevers.
For cure of headache, constipation
and indigestion try Electric Bitters
Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or
nionev refunded Price 50 cts. and
$1.00 per bottle at Hartz & Ullc-
BVCKLEN 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 liar required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever
ANOTHER ON CHAUNCEY.
The Small Hoy Itlurts tha Truth to the
Here's one on Chauuce. Pepetv.
The genial doctor had dropped in to
see a gentleman on some business at
his privat ' residence. An inquisitive
small boy was playing in the exten
sion roo n back of the parlor. He
seemed to take a great interest in the
visitor, and every now an 1 then sus
pended his sport to reconnoiter him.
When Mr. Pepew left the lad ran to
the front window, and, looking out,
"Who is that man, pana?"'
"He's the gentleman your mother
and I were talking about at the break
fast table this morning. Mr. Depew,
the greatest story-teller I ever heard."
A few days after the visitor came
again. The lad was standing on the
front stoop, anil as Mr. IK-pew rang
the bell he said to him:
"I know you.''
Mr. Pepew is fond of children, and,
patting the little fellow on the head,
observed encouragingly: "Come,
now, if you think you know who I
am, who am 1?"
"You're the gentleman who tells
the bifTgest whoppers pa ia ever
Antidote for tragedy.
Winks Come along old boy, I've
got two complimentary tickets for a
Jinks Tragedy or comedy?
I don't like tragedies. They ap
peal so strcngly to oms sympathies
that I always feel blue for a week."
This one won't. You'll come
home as jolly as if you had been to a
circus. It's by an amateur company."
The Horse's II it.
The horse's hat, which last year a
humane horse-owner in Bordeaux
provided for his horse s is now be
coming a g cat article of trade in
France. It is made of straw and
covers the eyes and lore head of the
burs", v hile openings are left for the
ea s. A sponge is kept on the in
side of the hat and this is moistened
from time to time with vinegar, so
as to keep the horse's head refresh
ing iv cool.
A -u'lMtitntc for t;!.
In a number of places i:t the East
a ery pretty substitute for glass is
being use I in the windows and other
place's where gias- is commonly em
ployed. It is a substance which at
first glance seems much like a fine
quality of light yellow glass crossed
and rccro-scd with a network of fine
black lines. Its basis i- a cloth of
fine steel wire, the spaces between
the wires being about a twelfth of
0c the TfcresSold.
S ar. i:r j : woannhotii's door is she,
Clal in her urtrlni purity.
A crcarure fair a? ;be litres be.
They aielnrre to earth wlien the s;o:ms prevail.
Ami their life joes out in the summer gale.
Whrn we see a frail and lovely creature, stand
in : ou the thre-hold between girlhood ami wo
iuanliooJ, we shiver wi h a fesr of wht may be.
b ctus; we havoseeti msny mccumb at this
critical period of life. What needed at this
time is a tonic a d iuvlporant sometliiu? tiint
will promote proper f.ine tional action cf the fe
malf org.. The on!; rem-? t bs de.eu.ied
on is Ir. I'i.-r- e'sFnvorite Prescription.- Tlris un
tijuuli ! laeuicine. which cures d.- a-ef icon l:ir
to Werner, if t-p-.'CiulN vuiuable a' 'the pe lo I
win ii the plr! i nso tne thre-lioiil of woman
boo 1. V-ed at vicli a t'n:e. it lawr fails to p
cU:v a nio-t b.-rt ti.i.i result. a d mmv a f a ile
ir r t a-t-een l:ei'd eve r !:te'i ni' s! trti l: i.er;oi s
t'V i . ' '
v. 1:. r. f ',:. o m-r t'nt :ri.x
V. '.: :, v. .'l.i: . she ried for Oi-Mrla.
V. i.r.i Ivn riiss. sin' t l:i:iu' e Cust.ina.
Vt V-n rii-t h.fi i i iidre'C, she gave'Uem .'a-ster j
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
b twels each day. Most people need
til 11: se it.
CntaC?reii Cry for
Coughing- 1,-ads to consumption.
Iv niu's Balsam will stop the co;i"h
ChlEdret. Cry for
Th.re i, a tribe in central Africa
among whom speakers in public debates
are reviuired to stand on one leg while
speaking and to speak only as long as
they can so stand.
of cod-liver oil presents a
perfect food palatable,
easy of assimilation, and
an appetizer ; these are
everything to those who
are losing flesh and
strength. The combina
tion of pure cod-liver oil,
the greatest of all fat pro
ducing foods, with Hypo
phosphites, provides a re
markable agent for Quick
Flesh BuiUinr in all ail
ments that are associated
with loss of flesh.
Prepared bv Scott Rmw. .""hrmUtS,
I E. L, Ik CAKMEE.
Stricken Down with Heart Disease.
Dr. Mile Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gentlemks : I feel It my duty, as well n? s.
CleaEure, to publis-h, unsolicited, to the world fjt
enefit received from oa. Mac Rcsroaarivc
Rcncoite. I was stricken down with Heart
JHsraje and its com plications, a rupitl pulse varr
lng from 90 to 140 beats per minute. choking gi
burning sensation in the wind pipe, oppression
trion of the heart end below lower rib, pain In the
arms, shortness of breath, sleeplessness, weak nets
and general debility. The arteries in my net k
would throb violently, tne throbbing of my heart
could be heard across a large room and would
shake my whole body. I was so nervous that I
could not hold my hand steady. I hare bent
under Iht treatment of emiftestt phyrtcianm,
anal have taken gallon of Patent Medirin
without the learnt benefit. A friend recom
mended vonr remedies. She was cured by It.
Miles' remedies. I have taken . . mn mm wk
three bottles of your New I T I J W r- j 1
Heart Cure and two bottles w e e a
Nervine. My pulse is normal, I have no more
violent throbbing of tha heart. Isms iu man
I sincerely recommend everyone with evmptoin
of Heart Disease to take Dr. JUUts' Etttora
tire Remedies and bo cured.
Gypsum City, Kans. L. L. CaRMEB.
Sold on at Positive Guarantee.
OR MONEY RETURNED.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, i
Kock Island Cocstt. f" '
in be c rci.it o 'iirt.in hai rer; :
Moi'roe Swank . siriii K. l;ipes tforintrly
swai.k-E. Ao'boiy Va;ii s in th ir i roper piT
so.i. mid M:iry I.. Swank, John M. swank, IJ.i M.
Swank, Sa-'ie E. swank iind Eitv:trd S. Stvanl:,
the minor heir? i-f thi lae 1'aniei c'. Sw ai:k. rie
leaseii. hr Jolm T. Kenw. rrh. jnariiiau ad lit
c:i; K..r- 'o-ure . iiernl ? t. C-c;l.
Notice is hert by eivt n ihal by v:rt::e of a tle
cree of ?aiii court exiiered in ti e to(.ve eutitleti
caii-e on t:.e?:li d y of Septet'iiie-. A f. IS.''!.! shall
tin sa' u id. iv. : l.e "Jsth d .v of t ' elver. A l'-lsti-j, at
tfie &'--i.r of 'jo'eleck in 'lie afienn tin, jit the court
house, in the city of Hot k I si fid, in fai i county
of Hock Island, to snt'sfy snl decree, seil at pub
lie vendue to the hi. h t bidder for cuh that cer
Taiu parcel of laii'l. ? Hi: t in tt.e cocntv oi Koc
Islam: and state of l.;:i:ois. known an 1 described
a follows, to-wit :
Tr.c s'onth ..nt uf the r.o;-:h"st quarter ' of
the sooihwest iiiiarier t J4 1 of sec'.i'u sventepn
( 17), in tow i,f h p eighteen (1S. north ranire two
(-Least of t!:e Fourth princip.il meridian, con
taining i leven tilt aid twenty-one (21) huu
tireti:hs tcre-. 'n the township of Z.ims.
Dated at Iln.k Island, Illinois, this W.h dav of
September. A. D. lsfti. ilttXRV Cl'KTIs."
aster in Chancery. Bock Isiand County, 111.
McEnjby a iicEMKY. Complainant's so'icitors.
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No.
tlTilt issnetl out of the clerk's olee of the circuit
court of Koek Island county, and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain tmltfment recently
obtained a.'aii.st ihe Coal Vallev Butter and
le-ese company in tavor of 1 lia'm Bailey.ont
of the lands, tenement, goods and chattels of
the said defendant, Coai Va'lty Untter and
i heese comp ry.I have levied upon the following
property, to-w n .
Lot numbers thirtecen (Mi, fourteen (!l SN
tcen 15' and sixteen dti; in the F rst addition
to t!i- t"n or viilse of Coal Vaiiey. iu the
county of liock 'slar.il. and state of Il!i :ris.
Therefore. according losaia command I shsllcx-
-e f'T sale at jmlilic auction all the ri:ht. title
r,.l interest of the above named. Coal Vallev
liutio an Cl.eese etrnpany, in and to the above
iticribcd iimper'y, u, Saturday, the 2s:h dav of
I't iober, Isms, ar pi o'cio k a m . at the r.bnh
nw the toa! Vallev Butti r and beese rom-
paoy - lacTory ou pirmises above desc tiled, in
'if county of Kock island ami sta!- of Illi-ic.is,
for cash iu hand, to satisfy saU execution and
Dated at Hock IsUud th'w ih dav if Ccto
b r. A D. lsi l c IJl'S 1. lioP.IrOX,
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Illinois.
AbTKU S SAI K.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Klll-K I.I . T. I V. I-v SB
In th - ci cnit court, in chancery
PsiH..k 11 U-..lt v ,,i .. . ,
a - fcu .u. iuaiitiinv: anil
Annie t. Ulandips; feirerlosure fieneial No.
o.lce is hereby given lhat by virtue of a de
cree of sairt coins, enteretl in the above entitled
ca-.se. on the 15tli day of September. A 1).. 1S1.
1 thall, on Saturday, tha 25ia dav of Nov mber
A. U., ls'.a. at the hour of 1 o'clock in the after
noon, at the north iioorof the court house, iu tie
city of Roek Islar. I. in said county of Kock Isl
and to saiisfy said decree, sell at publ:c vendue,
to tlie highest and btst bidder for cast in hand
that ci nam parcel of land, situate in the city of
Kl.l'lf Illiil miita U k. l i . I -i .
Illino, known ami defcribcil as follow, to-wii:
l,ot twpnt v-sPti f: .
plat for the year 1H01, in the siuihweft quarter
t '4) of s-ct:.,n thirty-six t..nship eighteen
lis), north range twa ,-.') we-lcf the Fourth prin-
li"i hivi u.iati.
I)a1iii st u.-L t:.i.,.l m;.,..i.. .
. . . i .iiii'.is, tins l.iutiay ol
Octoiver. A. !., !. HEN KY CU RTls!
atastcr in hancery. Rock Island County. 111.
Looey Jt uUi.lky anl M. M. STimsos,
Complaina t's solicitors.
LABOR, TIME, M0NE7
Dse it your own way.
It i the beet Soap made
or A ashing Machiu nse.
WARNOCX & RALSTON.
. , . . .
Cor. Michiaan A.e ani- ct7rrl...
THoacuoH mSTRUCTioH. ck ,?i
s.nd-s.srsrw n o M POiVFEiiPrla
AN 1 1
Represents, anion.- t.e-...r
known Fire Instratrt i 0-
Royal Insuranie . ,
Weschester Fire ,.,', ,'
Buffalo German ! - , ,
Rochester (i. rn.an ' ,
Citizens' Ir. c . . "p , ''
Sun Fire OtJiee f,,, ',. . '
I'uian Ins. Co.. of ra'i ',:,.,
s-ecnrity Ins. Co., .V.-., ', r..
Milwaukee Mechan:,, ,,'
P ir.r -l't:.V.
u"erman Fire. Its c, nf;.
Ofliee CV.r. Isih s;'
" K I.
"THE OLD BELUBLL
Reprcsentirig over 4u Jijv;,, y
of Cash mtt
Fire. Life. Tcr,
Bonds of Suretysh.p.
OFFICE-Ii .g--..-K'. b,Kt f,,-..
lSecure onr ra'is : t:.. t. ...7
J M BUF0RD
General . .
Tt-e ci-J F:re u-j.
Losses Frcmrti? :t
STATE SAVINGS ELI
OfaceCcrtcr Fif.ee:-:t sins: AtdT:.r;
Sarceeds the JIo!:t.e Siv-.r.s ..t i r.-t
5 PerCEM 1XTECEST .MMl
0.-i.'an!zed -:iu: s'. . l.-a.
O -en from 9 a. ra. to -1 - . .:. : v- ::
Safiray i...v.ts : 7
.L'otiTia S" KrvxER.
il. A. AtNSWOKTH. -
J. P. Uekesway.
Forte r Sk'ii-.ne r. W t w,
O. A. Rose, ! A.A:-
O. H. Edwards, '.V. !:.
Andrew rnberg, r. r. ue'.-.tv.
REAL ESTATE LO;
made for private j - . " t
Orchard State Bt
of Olte'tlAKi'. Niii i.A-i-K.
W. Dart. I'r. s:,!.
J. :v.s: . v
Mitchell .v l.yi.'le, H .:.:.. . ,
J. F. Kohins.'ii, et-:. : M 1- -Bank.
I'. C. Carter, v . i).
4enr Han's sens, W:.. : - i 'f
Ceirre'slii.Je;.i e -.
Broadway, Cor. Prinze St., Nv V
Rentte.t snrt s,.tio-ilhl i.re.lt r 'a ' r.-I'l.
on the European plsn.
Room rates $1 a day sr.d r.v'.inl
Restaurant equal to tbe be;t :l t c ''
Btreet cars from all R. R. sts-ioM -
boat and ferry landings pass tne d"et.
HILDRBTil A ALLEN1
Washes everything from'
silk handkerchief to a
tent; Laoe curtains a nc'-
No. 1724 THIKD i
A. M. & L. J- FBSi