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fllE ARGUS, TUKSDAY, OCTOUEH 24, MJ'.s.
CfflCAOO, ROCK ISLAND PAt'FIC KAIU
way Depot eornei fifth avenue and Thirty
Int Street. Frank 11 . Ploramer, (Kent.
Council biatls a Minneso- 1
U Dr Siprew ..
Kansas Oity Dax,Exprrra. .
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bale Rxnress f
tVtorth.D nrer A vnOlt
1 :( am
10 :S0 pm
4 45 am
7 :5 pm
? 45 am
3 4.1 am
3. JO am
"tnart-Rock Island Express
U..JV I1J mui
bt Pul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. Jw
Des Moines, Omaha & Lin' I
1' V .It bhi.t v ..s pm
6:40 am :35 pm
1 :40 m'10 20 pm
Daily. 0 iiKMii:. i4'nr west.
F. II. I'l i'mtH. 4gt.
L. M. Allk. lira. (rt. I'tw. Dept. Denp-t
"DCHUNwTilN X lTr.-tl., 8 Si. HMI
A f Deo.it Piei 4Vfnn and Sixreents
M. I. ToonK, Mem.
t. Loot- dxpresa. M5 an,
St. Lout tfxprets ... . , -45pm
Bt. Paul gzpre.s 7 0 pre
beardatown Paa engef . . :t0 pm
sterling nie . .. I 7 :W w
6 85 an
CHICAGO. MILWACEKB ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Secord
svenoe, S. D. W. Holmes. agent.
Mail and Itxpresa
St. Paal Express
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot Pirat arena and Twentieth street. P.
B.Rock well. Agent.
. j B :05 ami 75 pm
. t:ipm; 1:25 pm
-I :10 am, 3 8) pm
I 4 pm S 'Oft am
Paat Mall Express
BURLINGTON, CEDAR RPIDS A NORTH
ern railway, depot f ml of Brady street,Dav
eoport. J.S.Hanneem, Gen.T'k't Jt Pss. Aitent.
Pavenpnrt Trains. j Leave. J Arrive.
Passenger b4:5 pro hlfl4Sam
Freight J bj 00 am(bll:15 pm
Leave West Davenport.
West Liberty Trin
tNorth. :S uth.-
Paasenger . . .
b7:S im bl0:JSjm
..jm;i pm t a. auaa
I a 45 am
I hi -1 nm '
M :15 pm hft:rt0am
1 hi :15pm
aDailv. hDu'v except Sund.iy.
Going; South and east
at wt oihbct iott TO THS
East. South and Southeast.
3 :27 pm
4 :33 pm
Lv. Rock Island.
Cam iridue ...
'11 :15 am
Sloomincton. . ..
Decarnr . .
12 06 n't
, . j 4'0C pm
. ! 3:50 pm!
.. 6:55 pm
, 7:10 pm
.; 1:20 ami
. 7:30 pm
. 11 -.00 pmi
tiv. Peon .
ir. Rtick Nt -in i
.10:10 am-. 3:50 pm
I 1 : pm! 7:05 pm
Aecrrn niviatior. trains leave Rok Island at
:U0 a. m. and 6.a) p. m : arrive at Peoria 8 :50 p .
m. ami 1 :15 a. m. Leave PeoJia :u0 a. ra. and
7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock Island 4 :00 p. m. and 1 :5
All tratn r in daily exre:t Sr.nda'.
All pi i?c train, arrive aiK depart Onion
& 'imt, Prt ria.
Frae C nirc run Fast Ei-es- h-tween Rock
lalond an 1 Be'ria, h;ith directions.
Ttironti ticket' to all punt ; haiTac cuecked
broach t j Je"-inatlnu.
7:00 an. I V 30 ..m
4 4 J pm 11:4S am
T-4Snr 1 01 nm
Lv. Rtcx I!an'1 ; .lf) am 1.00 pm
Arr. Kirnild ... 10. in am 5.(pm
" Catile ; 11.00 am 5.4.1 pro
fcv. C1 ... 6.20 am 11.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
" 8jck Is'and ... 7.65 am' 8.00pm
H. B. 8UDLOW. -"TOOK SOUS' B
9nrmrintend,un.. ft iti-' Tkt. ATe1 1
Great Rock Island Route
B r ; 1
iwowjj)' k f jii i .
i jii ft ES . iitiwA
av i ,t w
TO THE KAST.
Best Diriing Car Service in the World.
Xbc Ilock Island is foremost in
iuoptin"; any advantage cak'uhitctl
to improve sjwod and pive that lux
ury", surety and comfort, I hat popular
patronage tleinaii'ls. Its cimpment
3 thoroughly complete with vesti
buled trains, inajrnilicent dining
cars, filoepers and cliair eoaehf, all
the most elegant, ami of recently im
Faithful and capable management
and polite, honest service from em
ploye:; are important items. They
arc a double duty 'to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
a task difficult of accomplishment.
Passengers ou this line will lind little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great Rock Island Route runs all
Tegular trains to Englewood subur
xwi station, close to World's Fair
i rounds, and you can save time and
(rouble by getting off at that point
ind avoid the crowd iu the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
maps, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office. iH the United .States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Gen'l Tkt. & Tush. Agt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Joun. Gen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
It Cure. Cold.. Courhs. Hoe. Threat. Cronp, Influ
enza, Whooping Cong h Bronchitis and Asthma.
A certain cure for Corn amotion in first .t.rra,
and a sure relief is advaacea stares. Use at ones,
You will as the exeelli nt effect after taking the
first dose. Sold by dea .era everywhere. Lars
bottles M seats and $1X0.
ATTORNEY AT HW-Ofnce in Mitchell
r Lynce s new block
JACKSON 6c HURST.
ATTORNEtS AT LW Office in Hrck Iland
n atioual Bank bmlcin;. Hoc. Island, 111.
B. D. BWEBET. C. L. WILB'B
SWEENEY it WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND I Ol'SSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bcnc.ton's ilock. Rock Island 111.
C. 1. StiKLS. g. w SKA RLB.
SEARLE A SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LA W
and Solicitors in Chancery; office Buford's
block, Kock Island
MoENIRY & McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW -Loan money on good
security, make collections. Reference,
Mitchell A. Lyndc, rankers. Office in I'ostofflce
S W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-?ormerly of Port Byron,
anil d'irini? the oast ro rum with tt. Ann m
R OWn' in .S lfifrikrfn si ll.ilinA ha AM
i olBce in iQe .vnditorima bni'ulli g, room 5, at
... VJ. .u.
DR. A SAY.
PtlYS ClAN AND SURGEON -
Telephone 1170. Rock Is and, i:i.
Ofllre Hour?. : 10 a m. tt.T 1
J R. HollowhnKh, M D Geo. E. Earth, M. V
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
IIYSU'lANS AND SUI GF.ON5
0ce4()HJrdst, Telephone 1065
.Residence 711 81st ft. HSS
Dr. Barth - r, Ho'.lowbnsh--
9tel,a.Bi. lUtol-.'a. ra.
1 tol and 7 to 8 p.m. I to 5 and 7 to 8 p.m.
DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON,
EYE, EAR. NOSE, AND THROAT ONLY
urnce McCnllouKh Bniiding. 114 W. Sd St.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J. F. Myers, M. D. Geo W. Wheeler, M. D.
DRS- MYER8 & WHEELER,
Sarjirv anil itiarhS.
Office over Krcl! & Math's.
- f IV r a
- ornci B crs:
BB. BtTEHS I TlH. WHEELER.
1 ) to li a. m. 9 to 10 a. m.
2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m 11 to 3 and 7 to n,
Ues. telenhone !'Jo.
1 Ke. telenhoiie. 115.1.
DES TU TS.
R- M PEARCE.
OBNTI -iT Hoora V. in M itchell 4 Lynde new
hluca Take eierator
DK: J E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST Teeth extrac ed without pain by
me new -netnoc .- 1716 Second a venae,
over Erell Math's.
DRS- BICKLE & S CHOEMAKER.
DENTAL SURGEONS- Mitchell & I.yndc't
block. Koomn 29 31. (Taxe & levator,
EDWARD L- IIAMMATT,
ARCEITECr. Bock Island, 111. Office Boom
41, Mitchell A Lynde btnlding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
ARCHITECT 'lacs and s iperintendenee for all
class at Buildings. Bns68 and 56 Mitth
eU A Lynde Duiiauip. takb blbvatob '
W. A- DARLING.
Room 35. M itche'.l 4 Lyndc Week
Take I levator.
Is Life Worb Liviug?
That Depends Upon Your Health.
Will euro you and keep yt u well,
for sale a: Harrer ncutc Pharmacy.
Jo tin Volk & Co.,
Jtanr.factur T8 of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, tiding. Flooring
And all kinds of wood vork for bailoers.
Eighteenth St. bet. Third at d Fourth avenues.
REWARD OF MERIT.
A Colored Citizen Has a Ilrllliant Stroke
The colored drayman who took my trunks
down to the depot was bo moderate in his
charges and so courteous in his speech that
I said to him:
"Your wife is going down to Birmingham
by this train, you say, and I'll get her an
accident insurance ticket."
"What's him, boss?" he asked.
"'Why, if she happens to be killed you'll
get $3,000, and if crippled she'll draw so
much per week until well."
"Am de railrode swine to bust lu-r up?"
"Not as I know of, but if she happens to
meet with an accident it will be a good
thing to be insured."
"Yes, I reckon, an I'll be much obleeged.
Mighty cur'us things you white folks do
git up to make money."
I got the ticket and gave it to hrm, and
hy and by his wife came down, and it was
"SHE PVN W KNT ON DAT TKAIX."
explained to her. I was to gi on the same
train, but a telegram detained me a day or
two longer. Thai evening, as I sat smok
ing on the hotel veranda, a colored man
came up and looked sharply at me, and I
recognized the drayman and asked:
"Did you want to see me. Moses?"
"Am yo' de man dat I took d-m big
"An yo' not dat axi.lt m ticket fur myole
"So yo' be; so yo' lie. How much money
does 1 git if de ole woman am killed?''
"Why, i,0 i IIh- Hiivthinu happened?"
"t'ari, 1 want to shake bands wid yon,"
he replied a he extended his hand.
"Certainly. I hope nothing has hap
pened. "I wa .t to shake hand-wid yo' an tell
yo' how weri r, wcrry much ohl.vged I shall
eber lie to yo'. 1 iiehlu-r heard of dent axi
dem tickets till yo' tole me."
"Yes, they are a good thing. Did your
wife go o'l t he 1 7:1 in
"She did, sail.''
"And everything is all rit:lit:-"
"Yes, sah. She dun went i,n dat train,
an de train smashed up an killed her an fo'
odder people deader dan doah nails, an now
Tze gw ine to git fcUxio in Cash an do ail de
drayin fur dis town! White man, U-mme
shake jo'r hand im'iu!"
It was true ai..iiu the Kma-hup, and when
I left town a lawyer had his claim for col
lection. AN AMERICAN FABLE.
Showing How I lntlrry ltrings Them All
THE C'LAM.jllE BOV AN V THE OWL.
In order to make this fable take on a busi
ness look, we give the date as 1SW, instead
of saying "Once npon a time," and we lo
cate the place on the coast of New Jersey
instead of leaving I be reader to infer that
it might have Ixen son lew here along the
A boy w Lo had l-en sent J.iwn to the sea
shore to gather clams and pay ofT the inter
est on the mortpate which hung like a fu
neral pall over his mother' cottage de
cided to try En txperimeiit. (ietting hiseye
on a fat and juicy clam w bic.h was work
ing ashore to see which way the wind blew
the lad called iit:
"Ah, there, ii:y clam, but I heard a feller
abusing you this morniiu;."
"Who was it?"aked t lie clam as she
popped up her head.
"The turtle, lie was making all man
ner of fun of you on account of the short
ness of your )."4s. He declared that you
could not walk flc feet on the beach if you
tried ever so hard. I defended you, of
course, saying that you could walk a mile
if you wished, and now to prove that I was
right I should like to see you"
"My dear boy," interrupted the clam, "I
am glad that you defended me, but you
were in the wrong. As a matter of fact, I
can't walk a foot, and I have never claimed
to be able to. llesides, I know all about
that mortgage, and you look clara hungry
CIl ATTFK It.
The boy was feeling thai't ined aiA out
of sorts with himself because l e had lieeii
done tip by a clam when an ou 1 in a b.ish
hard by whispered to him:
"Don't give up that way, but n- about
"By the war." said the boy as he worked
his toes into t he wet sand, "I hear t hat the
gulls an UTotiiiiig jealous of you. It's no
wonder, how ever. When 1 saw the grace
ful way in w Inch you sailed about the ot r
day, I expected you would lie an object i f
envy und jealousy.
"Wouldn't yuu like me to sail a-shore just
about now?" sarcastically chuckled the
clam as she stood on her head for a change
"She's an old un," whispered the owl,
"but try her again."
"Well, you iit-t -.1 neither wings nor legsto
t ike the cake over anything on this coast,"
observed the lioy as he shied a pebble into
the water. "Such eyes, such ainoutli, such
a complexion as you have knock 'em all
out. and put you at the head of the proces
sion." "Are they talking about my mouth?"
asked the clam, e xlu. tig sudden interest.
"You bet, and it is agreed that such an
other pair of eyes can't le found in the
state. And then that cute little dimple in
your cunning little chin!"
"And they praise my eyes?"
"You ought to bear Yin talk! I've been
asked over 40 times about your teeth, but
as I never tot near enough to see them
"And they praise my teeth?"
"They th. ami if you would only come
ashore and let me see them I should esteem
it a great condescension on your part."
"Why, certainly, and while you are about
it you might observe what a dainty hand
and jaunty foot I have. 1 have never act
up for a beauty, hut being What's the
"Nothing, except that you are my clam!"
replied the boy as he tossed her into his
basket and cast his eyes around for another.
"You se-," said the owl as he looked be
nignly down upon the boy, "that all of us
Lave our weak points, and flattery.jf car
ried far enoi:';!', is bour:.l o fetch the coon
do.vn fiom b:. "jp limb." M. Quad.
A STREET CAR COMEDY.
Ad Old Gentleman, Girl .ail
kerchief In the Cast.
"The funniest and at the same time
the most embarrassing case o mis
taken identity that ever came under
my observation occurred a short time(
ago while I was a passenger on a
Louisville street car," said a gentle
man. "I boarded a carat Thirteenth
street and took a seat directly behiud
a genteel-looking old man. At
fifteenth street a girl, apparently
about 17 years of aje, entered
the ear. She was one of those
modest little b.-auties of the
blond description and of course
nttracted the attention of the passen
gers. The ear was comfortably filled.
She walked up to wheve the old gen
tleman sat and p'.aced her fare in the
slot over his head While doing so
she dropped her handkerchief unno
ticed by him in his lap
"Hesitating awhi e, in the hope that
he might return it, she took a seat op
posite him. A young man just in
front, observing the incident, caught
the old gentleman s eye and simply
pointed to the handkerchief. He
looked in his lap, blushed like a
ma deu and hastily stuffed it in his
pocket. All this time the young lady
sat there with her eyes on hr hand
kerchief, in the ho ie of soon obtain
ing it. The incident was noticed by
several and was so ludicrous that it
caused a suppressed titter among the
passengers. The young lady could
stand it no longer and she took the
first opportunity to ring the belL"
A L ttl O.rl't Exotis cs in a L stub Bsc.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Treseott 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
conh and tiirninp; into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she prew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- bones." Then she tried Dr.
Kind'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 gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at llartz & Ullemeyer's.
STKKNtiTll Al IIKAI.TH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try F.lcctrie Hitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Klectrie Hitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will lind speedy and n permanent re
lief by taking Klectrie Hitters. One
trial will com ince you that this is
the remedy you need. Lare lwtllcs
cmlv "'V. at llartz & Ullemeyer's.
Bt'CKLKS S ARNICA SALVE.
The best sal vein the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin em p.
tions. and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is jruaranteed
to p;ive perfect satiefaction. or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
Foi -ale by Hart. & Ullcmever
In one of the provincial hospitals the man
agement adopted the system of having a
tablet affixed to each lx-d. on which the doc
tor might write his direct ions about the pa
tient. Oueold fellow, who was In inglreated for
rheumatism, was consumed with curiosity
to know- what was w ritten about him, and
wheu the nurse was called away managed
to tret nt 1 lie tablet.
When the nurse returned, she was sur
prised to find him in dire distress, groaning
"Oh, dear! Oh, dear! I got tt r die I got
"What is it? Are you feeling worse?" she
"N not partickler, mum," he groaned,
"but I got ter die. The doctor have wrote
it on my ticket.'"
The patient was relieved and the nurse
amused when it was found the doctor had
ordered some simple change of medicine,
professionally adding the words, "Ter die"
three times a day. London Exchange.
D"'t Mosksy "With tie Sraks.
It i ftatc.; that a ra tle-s-ake cannot bite if
held up by the tail Woul 1 y j like Input the
ftaten.cn; 1 1 a pricica' teM? Ir baMy not ; but
t o often ,lo vou take nr ere ter rifkf? A nuke
Id'.-is not the only means of introducing poison
i t'thesy torn. If y. ur liver H- slicgi-h. it fails
tor mive the impuriti.'s from the blood which
a-e-thr. u-h i. : nd ile.dly potions are thus
tlir.ntn int.i ih' circulation, all the mo-e liiiDcr-
I' en t'ley re iii-idtou. If ynur blood Is
in, ur . it ; vo ir liver i out of orJcr, if vo l have
li .vrh. s i i nple', brllsor erupliois, "don't mon
. vwi'ii tti s uke!" Taki Dr. Pierce's Golden
v.' ' I it -C..V.T: . the on y specillc apaitstall
hi' m I r!s -ns. no nutter of w'.at name or na ure.
Il is s .'d tin !u- a psi:ive gua'a itec tliat it will
bent (It i r eu-e. or y i irmmey will be r. funded.
V.'l en "fiar-y . sick, we pate nert'nstoria.
V.ln ii -lie k ks r. Chil l, she cri.'d for C.istoria.
Wh.-n sh" lcir-ie Miss, she eliin,-; to Ca-storia,
When she Lad CI ildren, she gave t hrm Castor a
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Oi"!iiic;''eri Cry for
Coup-hinp- leads to consumption,
vemp's Halsam will stop the coujih
LOUIS D. VANOERVERE,
One of the best known ffuidness men in Chlcspt-,
representative of the great Eradstrct t Ci
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Ir. Jfi7r Medical Co., Elkhart, ltd.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure fn informlnR yon
of the very beneficial results which have followed
the use of Da. Milcb- Rcstobstivc Ntaviwt
in the case of myself and wife. For a year I as
subject to a distressing; pain at the base of the
brain and upper portion of the spinal onr.l. I
lost flesh and was greatly
fT U rj troubled with sleeplessness.
w'W ! atsr your Nervine was highly
seoommended to me. My case bad been so oumi
nate that I bad no confidence in the efficacy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented to
give it a trial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit; rny sleeplessness difapi.carcd:
tnv headache was removed; my splriuand general
aiNco Twtavrv sou sea. butmis eceuasco
rrta imbnid mo well known aMvsici.Na
stao raikCD. My wife is taxing the Nervine with
the hett oi results. Locis D. VAXDUvakB.
neai in grea-.
SoM on s Positive Guarantee.
D rVVtLtS' PILLS, SO Doatt 25 Ct
ASTKR S ALK
8TATK OF ILLINOIS. I
Kock Iilno Cocntt. ( '
In 'he e'reuit cuirt.in . harcrr.. :
Monroe tnank vs Sflrali E. Vspes (formerly
Swank E. Anihoiy Vapes in th-ir rojier per
so i, sud alary I.. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa 'ie E. swiink and Edward S. ivsank,
the m nor heirs of the late Paniel C. Swank, de
cease 1, hy John T. Keiw-.ir:hy, uurdinn ad lit
em For. clo-ure general No. 3.'0.
Notice is hereby viven that by virtue of a de
cree of said conn entered tn the at..ve entitled
cause on ti.cTth dny of s'optcinbe-.A.D. lSa3.I shall
on Sa'uidav. Hie 'JSih day of Oc cbvr. A D.IKU. at
the h.ur of 4 o'clock tn the aftem on, at the conrt
house, tn the city of Kock Is ind. in sai 1 county
of Kock Island to satisfy sMd de- ree. sell at pnb
lie vendue to the hi. h st hiilder for cash that cer
tain parcel of lnd. s tnat in tl.e cohutv 01 Koca
Is'am and state of Illinois, known an i described
a- follows, to-wit:
The south part of the northeast quarter (i of
the southwest q.iarter (tj i of section avvcute-n
( IT), in township eighteen (131. north ran2) two
(-1. tatof the Fourth principal rotridi-in, con
taining leven (11 aid twenty-one ('JI) bun
dn dt is seres, n the township of Znma.
Dated at Rok Island, Illinois, this 311th day of
September. A. D. 1S1. IISKV CVKTiS,
vaster in Chancery. Eock Island County, III.
McEmkt a McEmrt. Complainant's so iciiors.
By virtne of sn execution and fee bill No
tv.lt isned out of the clerk's oSce of the circuit
court of Kock Island connty, and state of Illinois,
hi. I to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain tndirment recentlv
obtained a.-aii.st ibe Coal Vlltv Butter anil
h.-rse c"mpany in favor of i liam Bailey, ont
of the limits, tenement-, goods and chattels of
the said defendant, Coal Valley Butter and
heere comp ny,I have levied upon the following
ppipeity. to-wii .
Lots numbers thirtt cen (13. f.iurteen (141, fif
teen i 1i and stx t en ( li in tb. F rst add tion
in the t .n or tiilne of Coal Valley, in the
county rf Ko k 'slai.il, and state of Ii!i-.- js.
Therefore, according losim command I shall cl
ose forsale at public auction all the rii-ht. title
and interest of the aliove named. Coal Vallev
BufTe a-i Cheese con panv, in a-nl to the above
d.-cribed pmperty. i. SaturJav. the 3S;h day of
October. ls:fl. at pi o'clo k a. m . at the r.onh
door the toa! Valley B'tt. rand ' hee'e com
pjnj's factory on premises aSove desc ibed. in
le comity of Rock Island and s'ata of Illinois,
for csh in hand, to satisfy saM execution and
f. e bill .
Dated at Pock Island th' 4 h .lac rf
b.r. A D.lv.S C Ul'S I. tiORDOX.
Sheriff of Kock Island County. Uiinois.
rTF.R S SA1 K.
STTE OF ILLINOIS, i
Ui... I . . ss
i n 1 A 11 1 ill 1. 1 .
In th ci cnii court, in chancery:
Pa nek II. Kelly x,. Virgil M. Blandinc and
Annie t. llUnainc: forerlosure rrne.ul n
. i .. ... i i . - .... . .
iiu... . i- nercivjr j;iven mat Dy virtue or a de
cree f ssiil court, entered in the above entitled
ca .,e. on the 15th day of September, A D 1S9;
:iiii,iniiuinia), ina ,-in uay of ov moer.
n. j-,. n. nonr or i o clock In the after-
"V""' '" u"r.u uuoroi i ne court nouse. In tre
city or Hock Isl.nl, in said connty of Rock
.nil. tO Dttf Mfv BMiH a..i.Mn . . LI; . ...
i i h u i .';' M ,,al imui c venuue.
...uv...fic. aim pi u.huct ir ess i in hand,
thai ctrtam parcel or land, s tnate in the city of
hnrlr I ul . i . I ..... .. .. r It i- . . J
7 . ' " 7 ' " iiann ana state or
llllnnld Lrmnn . .. .1 ; l . . .
. , in ru u ns loiiuws, to-wit:
Ia1 twenty-seven t47), according to the assessor's
plat for the year lSf.4, in the smthweet niarter
, A, uir.-s x i."oi, lownsmp eighteen
tlSI. north range two ,'.') west of the Fourth prin
cii a mi ruiiiin. r
lhlted fi, Mnrk tulnnrl lllinAi. .t.,. .-.l j . .
. ihuk, ..llllllip. in., IlIH imy oi
October, A. p.. 1R93. II EN HY CUItrisf
siasierm Chancery. Rorklslnnd County. 111.
Loo-ET KeLLET and M. w. STl hl.ln'.
Coniplaina t's solicitors.
'AK0R. TIME, M ON ir.7
Use it your own way.
1 1 ie th? bett Soap made
Kor v aching Machiu- naw.
WARKOCX & KAISTQN,
Cer U;r.h..,ai. ve an g, CH
A. 0 HUESlte
Represents, amon:,- other
Lf nntrn Pi ret f . '
""-ranee Com,,an!(, ,,'-
Royal Insurance Coranir,. , '
Weschcfter Fire E5'i"
Mnffalo German ' .w1"0-'' V,
Rochester Germ" n I,;,S0:,'-''B':!J
Citizens' Ins. Co., ef p ,. ,' ho(t'-t .
Snn FireOBire, Loml. rf K
I men Ins. Co., ofcal,f, :a
Security Ins. Co., New lt.,. ,
Uerm.n Fire Ins n, rrtr .
OfiiceCor is,h s,.
"THE OLD RELIABLE,
HATES ft CZIAVIiJ
Re. rewnting over 40 Million tl.-J
, . --el
ui vbbo aseets
fire. Life. Tnm.j.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OPFlCK-BfCf-icn s bloc. rtk Vs,'
...v,. , Wlji ;tMTt
J M BUFORD
General . .
The old Fire and T . :r.. t ( '.c-Ka
reprew i.:e :.
Losses Promptly Fail
STATE SAVINGS EAKZ
'IBee Corner Fiftceiih street andTt rcul
Succeeds the Holxc Savir.i'f i are. (e.-sr ; A
5 PrfEM INTEREST . AID 05 PEFIiil
Organised ntcir S:.:.
0, nEfrooa m. to 3- m.. ar.d
Saturday cifrhts fromT
H. A. ArxswOKTu,
1. F. Hemenwit,
Torter Skinner. W V
G. H. Edwards. W. H
Andrew Friberg, C F.
REAL ESTATE L0AV
made for private partu :n t.e eric
mft e Thtr west r'T
Orchard State Ban
of ORCHARD, SEHHASRA.
K. W. Dabt. PreMdi-Lt.
J. S. P.kt fi-t:-
Mitchell A Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. Robinson, Ca-tier K.k. ! '
c. C. Carter, w. II.
lenry Oatt's Sens. Wtiole-:.' 'ir r-
Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. Ne-v V.ir't t-J-
Refitted and renova ed un! r i. 'v v
on the European plan.
Room rntcs SI a .l:iv nr,d ni.w '
Rostauraiu equal to tho bes-t x c '1 J" 1
craie rate. , ,. I
. titrect cars from all R. R. st.c '
ooat and ferry landing- pass ti e d.i.r-
HILDKETil A ALLEN. F! '
Washes everytLiBg fn w a "
eilk handkerchief to a circi
ttnt' Laeaenrliins a SWCislI
No. 1721 HIHD &
A. M. & L,. J. PARKED
Tpfenhcu No- tf'l