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niE -ARGUS. MONDAY, OCTOlSEli 23,
THE TRATELERS' HEIUE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC KAIlr
way Depot'eornet Fifth avenoe mod Thirty
Erst atreet. Frank H. Plummer, agent.
t'OOECll rlluds A Minncso-
ta Day Express )
Kansas City Day Express. . .
Omaha and Denver Vesti- (
bale Express i
Ft Worlh.D nver Sc m'iij
Stnart-Kock Island Express
St Paul anil .Miiimspolis....
Kum City and St . Jw . . . .
Des Moines, Omaha L'n- i
A I am
J:40 am;10 CO pm
Daily. Q tngeast. ri'o'ne wen.
F. n. Ph-xmf.r. Agu
L. M. Ai.i.n. Pen, gt. fuss. Dept. laenp-t
TJCRLINi. fo. R'JC f fi-C. B. V. KAIL
JL war riep'I '!- ( nac and Sixteen"
M.J. Young, acfut.
t. Loom Kxpreea
8t. Pan Express
' a,: 5 in: 7:S" pm
7-45 pm: tSSlD
' 7 05 pm T:M an
7 :N am : 6 :50 pm
CHICAGO. lliLW AUKKB A ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth straet. between Firet and Second
avenue. K. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mail and Express
St. Paal Express
Ft. A Accommodation.
7:O0aB- '9 30 pm
4 41) pm 11:45 am
T:45 am! SOI om
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY -DE
pot First avenue and Twentieth atreet. F.
Fast Mall Kxpresa
i:0&am 'I:05 pm
2:0pm 1 :2f pm
9:10 am 3:0-3 pm
4 :0fl pm 8 :05 am
BURLINGTON. CEDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,DaT
enport. J.B.Haonegau, Gen.T'k't Jfc Pass. Alien t.
Davenport Trains. I Leave. Arrive.
Passenger M:S5 pmihid 45 am
Freight ; bj 00 am Ml:i5pm
mrmiv "Est f-eiipori .
West Liberty Trains
. b7:?i m bl0:ftpm
. alrt:3l pm a4 SOaa
aft 45 am ,
! hi :15 pm . bS-.OOara
. M):lf m i hi :15pm
aDaily. bDaily except Sunday. fGomg north.
Coin? South and easi
lijBT DIRECT BOUTS TO TBS
East, South and Southeast.
Ar. Orion. ,
Prlccevilie . .
; 6 :or am
' E 45 am
! M:t8 am
', 9:3 am!
11 :15 am
3 :40 pm
1 3:511 pm;
11 :00 pm-
8 :57 pm
12 05 n't
li: Oil am
ir. Rck l-ir.'l ..
10:10 am 3:50 pm
1 :15 pm 7 :05 pm
Accommo;lJi'.ini; trams ieave Ro-k Island at
8:00a. m. and 0. 'JO p. m: arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
tn. Br.d 1 :l,ri i. m. Lvave Pouia :! a. m. and
7 :15 p. m; arr-.ve Kork l-Und 4:0"j p. m and 1:S5
All triini r :n diil eX'-e:t S:nui; .
All p" iaer tr.4io, arr:vu ant? "depart CtUon
Free ;n!r e i on P ' Ei;re between Hock
Is'oni ari pe ir'a. bi:rt direc'.ions.
Thr.) i:i t';c'j- to il p '.n: ; ha,--ae checked
hrouh to dL'!:i:ia-Joii.
a. Ac. om. 1 Accom.
Lv.liock I-!a.i : Uf) am l.W' prn
Arr. Re.vn iid ... 10 J""1 am, 5.0T pra
" Cable 11.00 smt 5.40 pir
Lv. C'a'iia 8.2" m H.50 pm
Ar. Reynrld 7.il sin 1.45 pm
" Hock Island 7 55 am 8.00 pi
3. B. SUDLOVT, t. "TOCKHOrSE
Saperlntendeal. vii. Tit. Ale. t
Great Rock Island Routs
TO THE IJAST.
BebtE .-.mg Car Service in the World
A lie iiocK Island is loremost in
idoptin any a'lvnutajr' calculateil
to improve speed ami pve that lux
ury, .-afcty ami ooniftirt tliat popular
patronage ileinatnls. Its equipment
is thonutjrl'iy eomplete with vesti
bule. I truiu". niairiiilieeiit (lining
cars, sleepers ami chair cuaehes. all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Fiiithful and capable management
intl polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. Thfy
ire a doulile duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task diHicult of accomplishment.
Passengers on thi4 line will find, little
cause for complaint on that ground.
"he Great llock Island Uoute runs all
tegular trains to Knglewood sulmr
)an station, close to World's Fair
rouruU. and you can save tiiiie and
irouhie by getting olT at that point
Lnd avoid the crowd in the city.
For full part'ulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket ollice ih the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gun'l Tkt. & Pass. Agt.. Chicago, III.
E. St John. Ceii'l Mgr. Chicago 111
THE NEXT MORNING I FEEL BRIGHT AND
NEW AND V COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor ft.ys it acta pently on the stomach,
liver and kldni vs. and is a pleasant laxative. This
drink is maoe "rem herbs, and is prepared for use
a." easily as tea It is called
A 11 dnieirtsts ell it at nv. and tl aparkaee. If yoa
cannot (ret it. nd voiir aodresa for a free sample.
1 .a He's Faint y Medicine moves ihc bowels
rack day. In .rder to be healthy this is ne-essarv.
Addroai oRAT K F. WWU WARD. Le Koy.
ITTORXEY AT LW Office
Lynoe's new block.
JACKSON & HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW office In Bock Island
National Bank building. Hoc Island, III.
E. D. S WE EMI . c. h. WALKTB.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND COl'SsELLORS AT LAW
T Office in Bet cston's block. Hock Island. III.
C. J. SEARl.B. s. W. SEiKLE.
SEARLE & SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LAW -and
Sollcito-s in Chancery; office Buford's
block. Rock Island
McENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW -Loan moncv on pood
security, n.ake collections. "Reference,
Mitclu ll & Lycuc, tankers. Office in I'ostofBce
S W. ODELL,
ATTORNEY AT LA W Formerly ol Port Byron,
anu aiirine th past two years with the Arm of
B-owniui: ft Entr ken at Moline, has now opened
ai offlce in me Auditorium hui.tllrg, room 5, at
PHYS'CIAN AND SURGEON -ll:
Telephone 1170 Iio.'k Island. III.
Office Il.i'.irr : :0 a. in. to 12 tn., 1 to 3 p. m. and
J. R. Ilo'.iow h::sh M D Geo. E. liurth, M. T.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWEUSH
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
l):r-e 40-.tilrdst. 1 t-lephone 10K5
Kc? iiitliCi TS1 iist t. liS
Dr. Bar-h i Dr, Ilo'.lowhnsh--
to v . m. 10 to a. m,
1 to X i.l 7 lo s . m. I i to 5and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON,
EYE, EAR. NOrE. AND THROAT ONLY
omcc McCmloauh KaiulinR. 134 W. 3d St.
Hoi:r : to 21 a:n : 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mvebs, M. I'. Geo. W. Wheeleb, M. D
DRS- MY2RS & WHEELER,
SQPServ !,.. of Wnmrn
Office over Krtl i c Telephone 1143.
c pfice noirns :
IB. X YCUS . 1)U. WHEELER.
1 1 to 12 a. m. Is to 10 a. m.
a to 5 acd 7 tc p. n 1 1 to 3 and 7 to I, m
Kes. telephone !il Res. telephone, llwi.
R- M PEARCE,
DENTI-T Ro.ia :i! ir Mitchell Lyndc's new
block Tuko e.cvator.
J I'.. HAWTHORNE.
nENTIsT Teetl rxtrnctei wlthont pu;t by
U tne new -n;:-.3oii. 1716 second avenue,
over Krell Math's.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
ENTAl. SUR( EONS Mitchell & l.vndeV
block. Room-21 31. Clase ttlevaior,
ARCHITECT. R. ck Island. 111.
41. Mitchell Lynde budding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR.
ARCniTECT 1 ms and snperintendenco for all
ciaf oi Building's. R wma 53 and 55, Mitch
ell & Lynde buna n.. takb elbvatdb
W. A- DARLING.
iii om 3S. Mitcliel! Lynde block
':'ako I levator.
j He Hasn't l-'inlsliert It Yet, bnt Ilere Is the
j Opening; Chapter.
deer eclitur marie prcene scl 3 nie at
' sundascule on sunda that she thoght nov
; els was just luvly, co i haiv at art id 2 write
lwat is rclc ptirt nn marie wil think i am
j prate ami b!l jonson wont b in it. i was
gone 2 send the sron 2 a buk printer, bnt i
cart wait tiil i hf.iv got it dun, so i wil let
n priut wat is finished if u wil send a rwipir
2 marie, here is the stori:
"WIL SHE NOT OR WY DID SHE
Is Life Worth 'Living?
e3$f w fisviWSL
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will cure yoa an 1 keep ycu well.
For sale a: Ilarr r House Pharmacy.
Joiin Volk & Co.
Sash, Doors, B inds. Siding, Flooring
And nil kinds ef wood work for builaers.
Eighteenth SU be'. Third and Fourth avenues.
cum, marie bc-1, j tife 4 luvors r watin in
the garding 4 u.
marie bel openid her eyes an then she
wasawaik. ho, wat luvly eyes, they was
red from crien b cause she had never mtt
the man wat she hived with a luve wat u
coodent kill with a ax. that is wat u cal a
wat time is it, ask id marie bel.
anti hiked out the window an scd.it U
long past midnite an the sun is shining.
1 ov marie bels 4 luvors wat was in the
garding saw anti at the winder an thought
it was marie, he throde a kiss 2 her, an as
it struk the winder the pain broik al up an
lay like dimonds on the floor.
wat was that, sed marie.
a mesMge cv luv.e, said anti.
oh, how romantic, sed marie.
suddingli auti turned pail.
wats the matir, sed marie bel.
i haiv seen that faic b 4, but ware, cride
wat faic, sed marie.
that 1, said anti, pointin 2 the crackid
wy, that is yure own faic, sed marie.
now i see it al. now i no wy i was broght
2 this house, ho, the baseness ov that man.
this is killin me.
wat is killin u, anti.
sum da i wil tel u the stori ov mi life, but
not now. i haiv got 2 leve this plaic, and
wil leve it alive thogh it cost me me life.
anti, yure wild talk will drive me mad. i
feel faint, thesmellin botul quik quik.
anti gave her the oil lamp over wich she
was heatin the curlin iron, an she tuk off
the burner an smelled the oil an then she
wen marie bel Lift put on her dress an
corsets an things an put herself in shaip
she deeended the stairway, followed bi her
anti, who came b himl.
ah, gentle maid, u no not the doom u it
walkin 2. u no not that u r gone 2 haive
hash 4 break fiht.
after marie ln-1 had her hash an woshed io
doutLwith sum xtra dri watir she walked
out in 2 the gardii:g and picked sum dande
lions, marie bel was a braiv gui l and did
not bleve the old story ov wat wood hapen
2 peple at nite who plaid with dandelion!-in
then a voice iv.rac 2 her ears. he did ii"t
no bi wat rode I he voice c;i!:ie, hut it wos
singin cum in 2 tLegaidm i.iaud with vary
she did not s'.;irt 2 kill the
only held up her hi
start wat r in luve.
she turned around and a man stud hi her
side, the man we- hiking at her, hut she
did not see him. b cau-e she wo luve blind.
wat du u w ant lu re. said marie K l.
i luve u, sed t he man.
i can never luve u, -aid marie bel.
say not so so soon, sed the man.
a shot rang out on the air, but the air
dident mind it and went rile en.
that is al ov the s:ori wat i haiv got dun.
i am gone 2 haiv l.il jonson 4 the vilyun
an i am gone 2 b the heroe
marie is gone 2 rile sum luve pociri 4 nie
p. s. bil jonson ses he rood rite a heter
stori than me in 40 hours with Loth hand
tide and blindfolded, an will h ve it 2 a
i ge-s bil h:i lieeli readiu a bote mister
hamer-tiiie w:u li:Ote he cood write a opera
that is the wav curls
He How are you and your husband liv
She We ar boarding with our cook.
A Sad Kxpericncc.
A man with a silk hat jammed down
over his forehead sat in the smoking room
of one of the sleepers of an east bound
Michigan Central train on Tuerday after
noon, and chew ed viciously at au unlimited
"What's the matter, pardner?" asked a
fat lit! le man vt ho had been smoking in si
lence for aO miles.
"Matter:"' growled the other man, "mat
ter? Why, there's plenty enough the mat
ter.'' lie sat in fiil-nce for about 1," min
utes, and then he straightened upatid said,
"I suppose you've been to the World's
"tHi. yes,"' replied the fat little man
"Seen nil them big crowds?"
"Noticed how few times you met anybody
"Well, so've I. I went out there last,
week. Went alone, and put in four days
walking around those blamed grounds. I
met lti.WK.yio0 people, and 1 didn't know a
dod rotted one of t hem. Not a friend or ac
quaintance could I find in all that mob. On
the fifth day 1 flirted with a pretty little
girl I met, and we started out to do t he Art
Building together. Inside of 30 minutes 1
met seven women who lielonged to my
wife's church and sewing society. Matter?
Why, I'm -booked for. the toughest time
mortal man ever had before I explain that
And the fat little man said he knew how
to sympathize with hhn. Buffalo Express.
A FLAMELESS LAMP.
Dolling Oil on rhosphorous Will Make
To instantly obtain alight sufficient
to read the time by a watch or clock
at nig-ht without danger of setting;
things on fire is an easy matter. Take
an oblong- vial of tlu clearest of
glass, put into it a piece of phosphor
ous about the size of a pea, pour upon
this some pure olive oil, heated to the
boiling- point, the bottle to be filled
one-thitd full then cork tigrhtly. To
use the ligdit remove the cork, allow
the air to enter, then recork. Tho
whole empty sr ace in the bottle will
then become luminous and the light
obtained will be a god one. As soon
as the light becomes dim its power
can be increased by opening- the bot
tle and allowing a fresh supply of air
In very cold weather it is sometimes
necessary to heat the vial between
the hands to inc. case the fluidity of
the oil, and one bottle will last a
whole winter. This ingenious con
trivance can be carried in the pocket
and is used by watchmen in Paris in
all the magazines where explosives or
inflammable materials arc stored.
A L ttte G.n'i- frxDerince in a L hth-ne.
Mr. and Mrs. Lnren Trcscott are
keepers of the (iov. Lighthouse at
Sand Beach. Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four Years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
coujih and turning- into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she prow worse
rapidly, until she was a mere hand
ful o- bones." Then she tried Dr.
Kinji's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
Kind's New Discovery is worth its
weight in g"old. yet you niav try a
bottle free at Hartz A- Ullcmeyer's.
STRENGTH AN1 HEALTH.
If you are not feeling- strong- and
healthy, try "Klt-ctric liitters. If "La
(irippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Hitters. This remedy
act s directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding- thce organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Hitters. in
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Largv boitlcs
otilv .' c. at Hart. & I'llemever's.
Bl'CKI.KN S AUMCA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sore, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever son--, tetter. chappd hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup.
lion, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to g"ive jvrfect sat isfact ion, or nionev
refunded. Price 25 cents per I'ox.
Foi sale I v Hartz & Ullemever
. 1 -. V
Mr. I). Pour Ayr.ii'r (after missing fertile
third time The birds seem very shy this
Parker Yes, sir. Perhaps if we fired to
gether it might give them more confidence,
They had asked Dr. Sandblast, the emi
nent surgeon, to carve the festal fowl, and
he stood over it with the carving knife held
delicately in the first posit ion. "The inci
sion, you will oliserve, gentlemen," he be
gan dreamily, "commences a little to the
left of the median line, and oh, excuse
me, Mrs. Parnialee, I thought I was In the
may I help you to alittleof thefemnr?"
' Who hath uc own'd wi-h rai-tti e-fiiii 'en frame
1 he oer of cnics, the ma ; c of a n ime? '
rsks Cam). bill. Hie loet, in his ' l'lesu:e of
Hope" 1'iei-sures of Hope, forsooth. Mai y and
many a woman knows iheaj no lender. They are
in de'iia'r uimut ihnir healih. They are ma
down, dcuilita'ed, suEcrii K from whai rhey know
not. 't may be '.js;.cp la. hen t disease, "iveror
H li.ey disease; any or ail nf them. The sick
Bigsispf wonun an-curd by Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite l'recriition. 1 h t s where the mapic of
a mine con es in This improves d'gentKin, in
vigorrtes the sj-stem. enrtehes the blood, dispels
aches aid pains, produces refreshing s'cep, dis
1 e's nervou-nes and nielar. choly, aud builds up
bo h the rush aud strength of these riduced bc
' w a h-al hv Manila d. It i a legitimate medi
c'lic. l'ot a beveraL'e. Contains no alcohol to ine
b into ; t o sugar or tyrup to sour in 'he stoma'h
a il cause distress. It Is ns cculiar in its com
j o-i1 nn us it is nnrvclous in its reintdiul rc--ult
3Iua Host Friofid.
The dog is man's best and most
? lith.fu! frietjd when he is a fellow's
own nog, hut there is nothing so un
frieniby as the neighbor's cross dog",
m i-is there anything less admirable
than the howling eur that makes night
hide ' 1 is v-'iiug.
When Baby sick, we pmv ner Cnstorla.
vri-.en Air was a Child, she eric,! for Castoria.
When she Ix-canio Miss, she ching to Cnstoria.
When she had Children, die gave them Custada
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bywcls each day. Most people need
to use it.
to.ss.c?reii Cry for
Couj;hiner leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the couo-h
ESJjsaxa"-- S3SJ?,-S3----i. I Hi!. - . o
LOUIS D. VANDERVERE,
One ef the belt known business men in Chicago
representative of the great Bradstrcet Co,
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NEKYOUS
Dr. ilile STedlral Co., Elkhart, In.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure In lnforminif yon
of the very beneficial resulu which have followed
the use of Da. Mitt a- RraToaanvc Nckvint
in the case of myself and wife. 'or a year I a.
tuHect to a distressinfr pain at the base of the
Drain ana upper portion oi we spinu corn, i
- - mm lost flesh and waa frreatty
rTll D K Yj troubled with eleepiessnesa.
aj a I v Your Nervine was hiehlv
recommended to me. My ease bad been so oltf-
nate that I had no confidence in the efficacy of
any medicine. Yet aa a last resort consented to
irive it atrial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness disappeared:
my headache wa removed ; my spiriu&nd general
ainco twimtv souses. All this occuaaco
arrta ktaanlD aao will mo physicians
tao raiLio. My wife is taking the Nervine wiilt
Ibe best o( results. Ixcis t. VaMiutiki.
SoJd on m Positive Guarantee.
D. KilCS' PI LLS. 50 Doses 25 Cts
STATU OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Islskd ContTT. f '
In :he circuit C 'Urt.in ' harcen :
Monroe Swsr.k is Shrill E. Vtapes formerly
Swank i E. An'hoi y Jsajies in th- ir roper per"
sou. ud Marj- L. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank. Sa-'ie K. swank and Edward S. Swank,
the minor heirs of the late ranie!CSwank.de
cessed. hy John T. Keiiwvr;hy. L'uanhan ad lit
em Fori clo-ure gen ral o. :i.'e:!.
Notice i hereby eiven that hy v:rt-:e of a de
cree of said court cn'crcd in the ah,,ve entitled
caic on t:.e 7:li d y of -"ej t--mle-. A P. lSi''3.t shall
on sa'nidav. tne 0S:h d:iy oroc-cler. A ILlsHi. at
the h-ii.r of 2 o'cleck in th-- atterni.on, t the court
house. In tliecny of Hock Isl-iotl. in sai 1 county
of Hock Island, to sat-sfy ssid decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to fie hii h -rt illde for cush that cer
tain parcel of i.-iii.'. s tn-.t in the covin v 01 Hoc
Islano and state of lil:i:o:s. known an i desenhed
a follows, to-wu :
The south part of the Tortillas? quarter I1) of
llu- souiliwest qiiar'er I i tf section seveutc-n
i IT), in township eighK-iii (lSi. nor:ti r.nnge two
. tastof the Fourth principal meridim, con
tainingt levtn ill atd twenty-one il) hun
(in-i!lis are-. ;n the township of .lima.
listed at Uo.k t-lar.d. Illinois, lhis Vith dav of
Septeiaher. A. 1). lsJ. HiiNK V CL'KTls.
asier m C r.ancery, hock Island t ounty. 111.
SJcEkicy a McEmuv. Comils.inant s so icitors.
By virtue of en execution and fee bill No
Salt issned out of the clerk's olee of the circuit
court of Hock Island county, and state of Illinois,
tna to me aarectec. wrereDy I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain ludement recently
obtained a-.-aii st lhe Coal Valley Batter and
i h'-e-e company in favor of Mi liiim Bailey. oM
of itie lunus. tenement, cordis and chattels of
lhe sail! defendant, t'til Va'le? Butler and
i heese comp- r.y.I have levied upon the following
propeMy. to-n :i .
LotsT.umhtrsthirtieen (Mi, f.uirteen f!4, fif
teen (15i and si een liii in ihe F r: ed.l tion
to tlie i" n r vi lnge of Coal VH y. in the
vt-iinty rf I;,Kk Tslai il. and sta'.eel Iiii-;-i-.
Tht r, fi-re. ac cenilng losaia command I slia" cl
ose for sale at public auction all the right, title
mil interest of t:ie stovc named. Coal Valley
Butle au Cheese co'epanv. in aud u Ihe eove
.i er.lied on.per'v. u. Satnrdav. the 4vh dav of
H.-lober. ls-l. ;;t pio'rlo k a m.. at th r.osii,
aiKo i;,,. (a; Va'le But; r ai.d hive rom
ijn's fietorv on premise Anc lit-scrilied. in
le county of Hock Island and staTi? of llliuois,
for cash in hand, n satijty sai-i execution and
f . e bill .
Hated at Koca Island thi 4'h dav t Ccto
b r. A IVts-.S c Itl'S I). GORDON.
she-i of Kock Island County. Illinois.
Xr-TKR S SAI K.
ST'.TE OK ILLINOIS. .
Him e Island Cocktt. f1"
In Ih ci cult court, in chanocrr:
Pairiek li Kelly x. Virgil M.
Annie t. Bland:ng: foreclosure
Notice i hereby piveu That bv virtue of a de
cree cf sain court, entered in the above entitled
ca- ip. on lhe llih day of September. A L.. lbW,
I shall, on Saturday, the 25th dav of Nov mbcr,
A. U.. ism. at the hour' of 1 o'clock in the after
noon, at the north door or the court house, in tt
city of Kock Islan 1. in said conntv of Kock Isl
and, to satisfy said decree, sell at publx- vend je,
tothe highest and best t.idder for ess l in hand,
that certain parcel or land. :tuate in the city id
Hock Island, county of Kock Island and state of
Illinois, known and dercnlied as follows, to wit
Lot twenty-seven (47). aocordinii to the assessor's
plat for the year 1S114, in the sjuthwest quarter
(') of section thirty-sac if ti, township eighteen
iisi north range twj ) west cf tho Fourth prin
Hated at Hock Island, Illinois, this lTth day of
Octoter, A. D-. IS. UKS KY CUKTIs.
.Master in Chancery. Kock Island County UK
LooE & Kellev and . V. !ti bi,io.
Complains t's SiJ.icitors.
LABOR, TIME, MONEY
Use it ydtir own way.
li - the beti Soap made
or v ashiug Machine use.
WARHOCX & RAISTOH.
Cor. Michioan 1 mH uA... TrTrl
tho-ouch msTBUCT10N. CHt
1 Elssantt.il.roo'builJin -uano.no.
od -o..-M. - o m POiVFEb-Pria
Represents, amor - '
known Fire Insur,r.ce vo-'.;!"'-
Royal Insuran, e r . ' '"
vsehester Kite I,
Huffalo Uerm,n i, ' , - T-Kx .
Rochester tier,", ', '.LK'V
Citizen.' 1,. . ' ' I. ..
Security Ir... ' " -
Milwaukee Ms ..."".' .
German Firs lr.
ee Cor s?h j.
"THE OLD BEllii
hay:s & CLlAVnJ
Kef refenting over 40 Mi!' c-
Of Cash a!6Cat
're. Life. Tc:
Br-sds of Suretyship.
OFFK'X-l'mgstcn s bluri
Sefare our ra:es: tter--
J M BUFOM
General . .
The u.d F..-t- u. : T .
fries as :ou a i.rv .,
Vos- !v: '..
STATE SAVIUSS I
o&ccCcn.ef 7:r!e.!h r.zvt: ;;T:
Succeeds the Mol.ti- Sr.r,is . -as. .-.a:
5 P.: f EST IMEEFil
Orgasltcd a ia l.t.
O.iva from 9 a. re. to ' .- . : ..
Saturdty t -'iar '.: -.' -::
1 or.Ts:i Ssisek.
U. A. AlNSWOPTU. - '..::
J. ?. Heueswh.
C. A. Rose,
G. H. Eawird-.
inure w Fr.bcrg.
:-. A A :
IT a. A-il-
REAL ESTATE LC
made for private ;-: -is .1
Hot of thi -.r. ; '-
Orchard State E
of ORCUAI-.I). Ni-'UfSi.
E. W. Dart. Pn-s.-ii ;'.
atiicheil 4 I.yial. . I'-.!.-t'r.
J. F. Kon-.usoii, (.':-:. r K .'
C. C. t'ar-.cr, " . P.
'linry Datt's Sen. W ' ''
l orresisa..a .ua -'. . . e
Broa.lw.ty, Cor. i'r.r. e s:.. Nc' ) '-'
on the Europe-in p'tri
Room rates Si a d .y '
Restaurant eijaai w the t '- -l '
erate rate. . t
Street cars from a'.l K 11 "- a.
boat and farry landings pa-s '-
. IllLDKETi: i &-zy
Washes every thing bx
6ilk handkerchief to a
tent; Lace curtains a sp1
No. 1724 THIBD
A. M. & L. J.