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THE AllGUS, TIIUKSDAY, OCTOJJEll 2, IMJ3.
:f i I
THE TRavULEKf -H
CHICatO, HOCK ISLAND A P AO" fIC KAIL
way Depot cornet Kftb avenue ud Thirty
tret street. Prank H. Plommer, agent.
wOqdcii Iliads A laiuoeso-
U DT Bxprete (
Kansas Oity Day Sxrres.. .
WesMneton Express . ...
Omaha and Denver Vesti-1
bate express i
FtWortluD over i tnf'Itj
"tnart-Kaea Island Expres
8L Paul and Minneapolis....
Kansas City and St. . Joe. ...
Iea Moines, Omaha 1 Lin-1
1 1 nm
t AS am
T :5 pm
inr o.s" max
4 :.V am pm
:W am P:3Spm
t:40 iu'10 0 pm
Dally. G-in-eat. i'Wm
F. n.Pt.i'HitKR, A st.
L. M. Alls. f;en. Airt. Pass. Dept. Uavenpwt
TCRUN-i't'. .t lOl'C-C, B RAIL
- war Di-p .t "- M.nno and Sixteenth st.
V J. Youat, aaont .
mil. I abI"s
..j :5 au. 7:-V pa
I T'45 pm! DSiiD
... i-7 Olpmj T:Ull
... j :Kproj lOrsSam
I 7 fA tr 6:S0pm
t. L-ii Express
it. Loot ittorets ...
Ht. Paul express
CHIGAiK). MlLWiC.Si ST. PACL RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De--v
pot Twentieth street, heiween Fire' and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. LSAVB ABBIVB.
Mail and Bxpraaa 7 :00 an. 9 30 pm
St. Pail Bxpresa ... 4 4;om llam
Ft. eronmodaiion. .. . 7:4$ me 0ora
ROCK INLAND PkORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First aTenaeand Twentietb atreet. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Latvi Iabiuvi
Fast Hall Kxprusa S:05 ami T:P5 pm
Bxpreee 2:pmj 1 pm
Oable Accommodation 0:10 am' 3 81pm
4-nOptn1 :0 am
BTJRLINQTON, CKDAR RAPIDS A NORTH
ern railway. depot foot of Brady treet,Dav
axtBort. J.S.Hannegin, Gen.T'kt 4 Pass. Aitent.
I MM nmlhlO 45 am
Freight.... '.. j bS 00 amlb!l:I9 pm
Leave West Davenport.
Wen' Liberty Train
"j MIS m
a6 45 am
hi :15 pm
. I W:tS m
;s uth. '
aDailv. hD-ii'v except Suud iv. tdo-.ui: north.
Going South and easi
H ST DIBBCT SOaTB TO T3
East, South and Southeast
Put M'l. Expres
Lv. Rock Inland 8:0k am 8:3t)pm
4r. Orion ... 8:4ft am 8:04 pm
Ownridne :(Mam 3:27 pm
al-va :,K am S :M pm
Wyoniin 10:11am 4:33pm
Prinreville :10:30 am t:S5pm
Peoria 11:15am 5:40pm
BlooraintrtoD i 1:15 pm Tl5 pm
Sprinrfleld 8:40pm ln-Jxlpm
Jacon lle 4'0C pm lJttSnt
Dtnr :Mpm 10:00pm
Danville Is :50 pm 18:10 am
Indianaooha S:5Hpm 8:85 am
Terra Haat-i .7:10 pm 10:00 am
Bvanavilie ' 1 :in am 7:85un
St. Lonia i7:3ilpm 7:40 air
Clncinna'i .11 'n pm 7:10 n't
i. Peon. ;lu:M am; 3:50 pm
At. PUv .r.4 1 1 : ptn! 7:US pm
Acco a id I itinn triina leve Uo-k la'and at
ni n I 6.M p. m ; arrive at Peoria 3:50 p.
.andl:l . m. Leave Pervria :00 a. m. ard
MS p. ni; a-rive Rock Ulind 4 .j p. m. and 1 :85
All tra'r.n r -n da'ly cxrei.t Snndi; .
&J.' ivw1 ;er tra:n a-riv anf depart Ctilon
Pr TuTei-on F" St(-Hi' viween itock
la'ond anl 'iri oott-. direciono.
Tttron'"! riniiet to ail pointn ; haze caecked
hrriQ?! to tl'Mitnatton.
OABLt tain t.
i Aceom. I Accok.
Lv. Hiz l'.aid ; tt.lo am t.Oupm
Arr. 3ivn-'d 'lO.JOam 5.08 pm
" CaSle 11.00 ami 5.40 pm
Lv. i-aoio ... 8.2i am'180 pm
Ar. Rava.ill 7.00 ami 1.45 pm
" Rock Island 7.55 am1 8.00 pa
3. B. 9UOLOW, . T;CKHOC8
4irintendent 9iu' Tkt. Aieit
Great Rock Island Route
fO THE EAST.
tJet D:n ng Car Service In the World.
The Rock Island is foremost in
doptin any advantage calculated
to improve speed and give that lux
ury, Hafety and comfort that popular
patronage demands. Its equipment
jb thoroughly complete with veti
buled train, magnificent dining
cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all
the most elegant, arid of recently im
Kait'jful and capable management
ud pol.-e, honest service from cm
pl'yes are important items. They
,re h. double duty to the company
and to travelers and it is sometimes
tatk 'litlicult of accomplishment.
Paseni'ers ou this line will find little
cauw f r complaint on that ground.
Che (ireat Rock Island Route runs all
(egular trains to Englewood subur
wu stat'on, close to World's Fair
i rounds, and you can save time and
(roi.l'lt by getting off at that point
;nd avoid the crowd in the city. .
Foi full particulars as to tickets,
maps. . (ttes, apply to any coupon
ticket oilice in the United States,
Canad; i r Mexico, or address:
Gen'' Tt . & Tass. Agt.. Chicago, 111.
F,. Sr Joas, (ien'l Mgr. Chicago 111.
It Curri Cold. Coaglis. Sore Threat Crenp, TuSo
enza. Whoovinr Cor.rh, Bronehitis and Aathma.
A eertaia care for f omumvtion ia first atarra,
aad a anre relief ia a Ivaaeed ataxea. Vie at once.
Ton will aee the extellent effect after taking the
first doae. Sold by lealers everywhere. LarfS
ATTORN BY AT LW0ffl;e in Milcheil
Lynae's new block
JACKSOM & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LW Office in Hock Iland
National Bank bi.ikline, Roc Island, 111.
I. O. 8miT. C. L. WkLK'R.
SWEENEY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS AND f OUSSELLORS AT LAW
OSce in Bengaton'e block, Kock Island III.
C. 1. SXiRLS. t.w Rl.
ATTORNEYS A SD COCNSELLOR5 AT LA W -and
So'icitor in Chancery: office Buford'r
block. Rock Island .
MoENIRY & McENlRY.
ATTORNEYS AT LA v7 Loan monev on good
aeeurity. make- collections. 'Rrf.ron-.
Mitchell A Lynde. barkers. Office in I'otoffl-e
S W. ODELL.
A TTuR X E Y AT LA W -Formerly of Port Byron.
- - ' . " jcib im iue Dm O'
B twniu Entriken ai Moline, ha now ot ned
DR. AS AY,
PHYSViAN AND lf GEON -1134
Ttlophonc 1170. Rock IsUnd, i;i.
Office Hour: 10 . m. to 12 m.. 1 to 3 n m
J. R. Hollowbnuh, M D Geo. E. Barth, M. P.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHYSICIAN? AND SI R3E0NS.
O tlie 404'Ardst. ielephone WA
Ki'idence 71 21s st. " H88
Dr. Bar'h . Dr. Ho'lowbah
'"'''t.m. j 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to 8 and 7 to 8 p. m. a to 5 and 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS M ROBINSON.
Z YB. EAR. NOSE. AN I) THROAT ONLY--
.mce McCniloafe'li Baildme, 134 w. 3d St.
Hours: 8 to 11 am: 1 to 4 pm.
J. F. Mrxna, M. D. Gio. W. Wheelbr, St. D.
DRS- MYERS U WHEELER.
Office over Krell & Mat!:'. Te'ephone 1143.
I to 10 a m.
1 1 to 3 and 7 to u. m
1 Re. K-lei.hone. 111.
1 ) to 12 a. m.
2 to 5 ac 1 7 to 8 n. m
llda. teienhon.- Yt
R- M FEARCE.
OSNTI-T--lonm XI Ir :tchell A Lynde new
bioca Take eievatcr.
DR: J E. HAWTHORNE,
DEN'TIsT ?eeth extrarted without pan by
tne new aetno.1. o 17.6 second avenne.
over Krell Main's.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
DENTAL SCROEONM -Mitchell A Lynde'a
block. Koom 29 31. (Taae it levator,
. EDWARD L. IIAMMATT,
ARCHITECr, Rock Island, Til. Office Boom
41. Mitchell A Lynde building.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
ARCHITECT 'lacs and saperintendenoe for al.
claas a. Buildings. R . iu So and in M luh
ell Lynde ouuaiii. takb blbvatob '
W. A- DARLING.
CITT ENGINE ?R -Room
3S, V tcho!l A Lyndc block
Take t lu ator.
Is Life Worth Living?
Tbat Depends Upon YourHcalih.
Will cure yoa an l keep ycr: well.
For sale a: Harder House I harmary.
Jo tin Volh. & Co.,
Sash, DooTs, Blinds. Siding, Flooring
And all kinds of wood wo k for builders.
Eighteenth St. bet. Third and Fourth avenues.
A SHREWD CHURCHMAN.
lie Doubled the Collection by Corner In;
the Small Chance in Town.
In a small town in the Midlands
there is a rich congregation that is
not characterized by lavish liberality.
Time after time th minister had
vainly appealed to his neople to con
tribute more generously to the funds
of the church. The mcmlurs would,
indeed, give something-, but it was
nearly always the smallest silver coin
of the realm that-was placed on the
A shrewd Scotchman wh had re
cently come to the place a id joined
the church was not Ion;; in noticing'
this state of affair, and a remedy
soon suggested itself to his practical
"I'll tell you wluflic said to one
of the officials. "If you maU" me
treasurer I'll engage ti double the
collections in three minllis"
His offer wns promptly ac -opted,
and sure enougrt the oolWtiort began
to increase, tint i! by the time he had
stated they were nearly twico as much
"llo.v have you manage i it, Mr.
Sandyman?" said the pastor to him
It's a great se.-ret," returned the
canny Soot but I'll te'l vmi in con
fidence. The fo'.U I saw inaptly gave
W"1. whi'n I g-ot
the money overv Saldnth eve. tin"-I
carefully picked out ll.e sma' coins
ana put them bv. X .. as there's
on'ip a limited number of threepenny
pieces in a little p'ae like this, and
as I have mai.t of them at present
under lock and key. the folk matin
give sixpences at least instead. See,
that's why the collections are
A MAGNANIMOUS DOG.
The Noble leed ot a Itig Newfoundland
Att4rked by a Cur.
A big Newfoundland was go'.ng
peaceably along a street in ritisburg
when a cross-grained cur began snap
ping at him and snarling savagely.
This started one or two other dogs,
which joined in the att.ick The bi
dog took no n tice until compelled to
in self-defense. Then he turneland
sent the crowd of persecutor;, i'.ving
in all directions: all except the ring
leader, which fell sprawling in the
mun:e oi tu- street, and was begin
ning to get the drubbing l.e deserved,
when things took a very unexpected
A c-ible car came "ia-i;i;ig down the
hill, with clangin' bell, right upon
the dogs. Nobody K expected to w arn
dogs of danger, and so the car was
almost upon the u w hen the policeman
cried. "Get out!"
The big dog saw the danger and
sprung aside, but his late assailant
was on his back and too m-.ich in dread
of his punishment to see anything
else. There he lay and in a second
more would have been crushed.
The Newfoundland saw the situa
tion, and, afiM- he had partly turned
away, sprung bavk and snatched him.
still whining and begging for mercy,
out of the v-r,- jaws of death Me laid
him in the put tec ami th -n, as though
further reta'iation had entirely es
caped his mind, he gave a goo.l -natural
wag- or two or h's tail and
started on up the street
HAD DEEN INSULTED.
A I'roii.l and Haughty tVunun
Hurt Ilis Trniierest lfhii
"I've been insulted airin ." snid
Meandering Mike, as hesat down with
his back against a tree
"You don't say soV" exclaimed I'lod
"I dore'ly. an' I say it loud. too. Is
this here a free country, er is the
graspin' monopoly known as serciety
goin' ter keep on raisin' the limit, so's
ter keep us out of the game? Thet's
what I want tvr know?"
"Don't get excited. What's
"I asked a woman, who is the
haughty proprietress of that farm
house, ter gimme somethin' tcr eat.
She says, 'Kerry in some wood an' I
wilL' So I went ter the wood pile,
an' by er law or natural selection, I
tuk the smalies' piece t .;.- v.iz an
h'isted it ter my should.-:-. I g..t ter
the door step, au' whut dj.-r think
that ongrateful woman says ter me?"
"She looked at ni" sa-easti.-. an' sh,
says, 'If there's anvthin" I do ha:e. it's
to see u man go'm' round with a cl
on 'is shoulder.
Tiii Itrekn Virciiii;i.
A correspondent win has been ram
bling through Eastern Virginia recalls
a diseription given him by an old lad
at Norfolk of To-.n Moore, the poet,
who passed some time in his amorous
youth in a ouaint old mansion near
Norfolk and found nothing there ex
cept the ladies to please htm. "I was
asked to dinner in Richmond," said
the old lady, as she took a pinch of
snuff, "and at the other end of the
table sat a little readlieaded Irishman
named Moore. We d:k.'t exactly
know how he got thff Car most of us
had never heard of him and he didn't
quite look the gontbeinan. Hut after
a while he got to talking so comically
and delightfully that we roared with
laughing. Then in the drawing room
he went to the p'ano and sang some
of his own songs and we found out
that he was Tom Moore. Cut he
didn't look in the least like a poet."
A Snake Story.
A total abstainer, tells the following
snakestory: He declares that a "hen
which was sitting on some eggs in a
hedge was driven off by a rattlesnake,
which took the hen's place on the nest,
and remained there until theeggs weer
hatched out The little chickens now
follow the snake around the garden,
and when any danger approaches the
latter gathers the clucks into its coils
and sounds a warning with its rat
AN INCIDENT OF TRAVEL.
The Tolite Voaii; Man Meet a Modern
osnt IV.im in of Mmc;e.
"In a railroa 1 ear thu other day,"
said a traveler. "1 saw sitting by a
window a handsome young woman
who had the va -ant part of the seat
next the aisle tilled with bundles.
Sitting din-cU back of her was a
well-dressed, rather pertyoun? man
one of those young in m who have
great confidence in themselves, and
who are ever ready to help a lady ia
distress. The young- woman laid one
hand upon th" win .lov cat.; i and the
other upon the finder hoi 1 upon the
lower part of th- i .V. she desired to
raise the n .nl i-. The young man
was prompt; he was on his feet in a:i
" 'Ter. nit me, undam.' he said, lean
ing forward atxl laving his owa hands
upon the window, which had now
been surrendered by th yountf
woman: and he was about to toss it
up, but it didn'i loss, in fact, it stuck.
"'Ishtll h vetoe)iie tr rid there,
the young man said, and he came, with
contidenei'iindimmed, and laid a fresh,
firm hold upon the window an I tiled
again, but lie couldn't budge iL
Things were beginning to get just a
little bit comp ieated The young
man pounded the window sash all
around, and tried again: couldn't
move it a hair. Perspiration dotted
his brow and color mantled his cheek.
'I'm afraid we'll have to give it up.'
he said, and re'ired with such grace
as he could co nmanil. As he swept
past the bundles and around into his
own seat again he saw the young wo
man standing once more at the win
dow as she had (lone only a few brief
seconds before. She laid her hands
upon it, and as the young man settled
back in his s.cat she threw up the
window without apparent effort.
K Lttl Q.ri'a Extri:ce in a L uh't
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the Gov. Lighthouse at
Sand Reach. Mich, and are blessed
w ith a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measlj. followed with a dreadful
cough ami turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain. he rrew worse
rapidly, until she was a mere "hand
ful o- bones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
Use jf two and a half hollies, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet y.m may try a
bottle free at llartz iV I'liemeycr's.
STKLNUTH M HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric Bitters. If --La
Grippe" has left you weak ami wearv,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach anil
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will tind speedy and a permanent' re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 5 K at llartz & I'llemever's.
BfCKLLN S ARNICA SALVK.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
IVvcr sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
t ions, and jvosi t i el v cures piles or
no pay required. Jt is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 'Jo cents per box.
l ot sale bv llartz & Ulleiuevcr
Hie Same Ol.l Coon.
About fifteen years ago a young
lady, residing at Chester, on the Rich
mond and Petersburg railroad, lost a
coon, which at thai time was only
twelve months of age. Around the
neck of the coon was a leather strap,
w ith the name of the owner on iL A
day or two ago, while a gentleman
was out hunting, near Chester, he
caught a coon which proved to be the
one w hich had been lost for so many
years, and which was fully identified
by the young lady as her property.
The leather strap was still around the
neck of the animal.
D-n't Monk y With tie iak.
It is ftatci that a ra-tle-snakc cannot bite if
held up by tbe tail Woul' Tu like to put the
Ftatement t a pric'ica' ttfrt? f rela.ly not ; but
I ovr often -lo vou Uke 'ar ire ter riek ? A fnake
bee if not the on' mtan c.f ir-troducine po'ron
i t i the sy:tem. If your liver i flus-pish, it fails
to remove the iaipu'iti-.'S from the blool w hich
paae Ihrcngb. i. Mid de-.d'.y pol-ons are thus
t'.r.twn Into the circulation all the more danger
ous I. canse they -re iu-i jlou. If your blood 1
i ii:nr . if yonr liver 1 out of oriicr, if o have
blo'ihes i iiiiple', brl'snr eruptiois, 'V'on't inon-
. yi.'Mh;s ako!" Taks Dr I'i rce'a Golden
Ve ic I ili-covery. the on j- specific aeatrgt all
bl.Bi l jkv..i. no neuter of w a! name or na ure.
It i s ild n n 'e: a pisilive sua-u-itee that it will
bemRt nu-e. or your ntim-y will be r funded.
-When Baby v.iis sick, vre pav m-r fastoria.
When rhe was a Clii'.d. she cried for Cast oris.
When she became Hiss, the clunj; to Castoria,
When iCje Lad C'l ildren, she gave them Castor s
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
G.niker. Cry for
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
ChrEdrei. Cry for
wLwageBBB-L,Bi yjayjykyyr.Asii nr-ft
LOUIS D. VANCERVERE,
One rf tbe fast known fruitless men in Chir.&ga,
. representative of tbe great Sradstreet Co.
HEADACHE, SLEEPLESSNESS, NERVOUS
Dr. SliUt Xtdlcal Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Gentlemen : I take pleasure In Inforrainuyrin
of the vety beneficial results which have followed
the use of Da. Mile.' RtaTo.aTivc Nr.wiw
.n the case of roveelf and wife. For. year 1 a
subject 4o a distreslng pain at the base of tne
brain and upper portion of the spinal cord. I
a awa lo6t flesh and was preatiy
fTI I fJ W rj troubled with slceplessms.
V" H"aloot Nervine was hitthly
recommended to me. My case had been odtf
nate that I bad no confidence In tbe efficacy of
any medicine. Yet as a last resort I consented io
Five it a trial. Much to my surprise, I experienced
marked benefit; my sleeplessness ditppeared:
my headache wm removed; my spirits and general
atmio TwtwTV pounes. All tmib occuaaro
arrest ttnaats null m known MvsiciNe
My wue laains the nervine wild
Locia U. VAKDKBvaaB.
Po'd on a. Positive Guarantee.
- fcvit ?5' PI LLS, 50 Dosts 25Ct
8TATK OF ILLINOIS, i
Roce Islakd Cocntt. I
In 'he circuit c"nrt.in rhar cer :
Monroe Swank vs Sarah E. MapeJ .fornierlv
Swai k.E. An'hory Vams in th. ir iroiwriHT-
so.i, Ktid Mary L. Swank, John M. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa'ie E. swank and Edward S. Swank,
the m i-r heirs of the late I'aniel C. Swank, de-
re"i. by John T. Kenw..r:hv. L'uardian ad lit
em K.T. clo-ure general No. :iie.j.
Notice i hereby tiven that bv Tirtuc of a de
cree of aid court entered In the above entitled
rajseon t-ioTih dv i f seiitemlH -.A D. 19:1.1 i-hail
on Sa urdnv. the iSih day of tk-cber. A D.lsSI, at
the heur of jn'ckk in :h a'tivn on, at the court
hoii. In the city of Kock Irlar.d, jn i-ai 1 county
of Hock I-land to ratify -ld decree, fell at pub
lic vendue to the hi h t bidder for cish tbat cer
tain parcel of lanil. s tuat in the cornlv oi Hoc
Irlano and Htate of ltl:iois. knotn ani described
a- follows, to-wit:
The south fart of the norih-ast quarter t'l of
The ,enthwest quarter t I of ec:ion seveutc-n
(17), in township ehteeu i ll?. north rane two
(-'. ta-tof the Fourth princinal m ridian. crlti
lainini: ,leven (11' aid twenty-tine (Si) hun
drt dths t eres, 'n the tow nship of Zuma.
Dated at Ro.k l-lsod, Illino. thi :1th day of
September. A. D. 1S9C1. HKNRV CURTIS.
a-ter in Chancery, Kock Island County, 111.
KcEmkt a McKmky. Complainant's so icitors.
By virtue of in execution and fee bill No
6Mt issnedoutof tbe clwrk'soXce of the rircuit
court of Kock Uland connty. and state of Illinois,
nd to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
mike the amount of a certain indirtnent recently
ohtaitie.1 a-aii.n ihe Coal Valley Butter anil
t hr-csc company in favor of W i liam Baiiev.ont
of !-ie laode. tenement", cootis and cbatu-ls of
the said defendant, C.taT Va'l. y Huncr and
hc -c comp ny,I have levied upon :be following
rroiteity, to-wit .
L.tr"iimb.rthirt.een (1 3. fourteen (H, flr
teen ilM and flx een (Kii in tbe F:rst adtl tion
to the t..n or vi,l--e of Coal V.ib. v. in the
county t f lioik 's at tL I'd sta:e ef Il,i :ei'.
Therefore. according ivst'.a command I thallex-
ose forsaie at public auction all the rlt-ht. title
in 1 interest of the above named. Coal Valley
H-tte an cheese co upaiif, in and to the above
tle-erilHd property, -n. saturtlav. the 3s;h dav of
tk-ober, ls'.. at r o'c'.o k a m . at the north
.loo. the r oal Valley Butt, r and heese com
ntiny'i. f.ictorv on prem's-e above dec ihed, in
the county or Hock Iflano and Hats of Illinois,
for cash in band, to satisfy jaH execution and
f- e hill.
Hated at Rock Island this a h dav f Octo
ber. A D.ls3 Ct Kt s U GORDON,
sheriff of Kock Island Louniy. Illinois.
aI-TIlR s saj e.
BTTE OF ILLINOIS.
Ko-t Island Cocktt ft
In th ci cnit court, in chmeery:
I'.' rick II. Kelly x. Virzil M. Blandine and
Annie t. Bianuing; fore, lo-nre gencal No.
Notic, Is hereby given that bv Tirtue of a de
cree t said cou.t, entered in the above entitled
ca ... on the 15th day of September, A D.. 18MS.
A. D.. iw. at th hour of 1 o'clock In the after
noon, at the north door or the court house, in tie
city of Rock Islan I. in said countv of Rock Isl
and to .atUfy said decree, sell at pubi c vendue,
tothe highest and ben bidder for cast in hand
L c,tr,u"; W f land, s tuate in the city of
hock Island, county of Koca Island and state of
lllino's. known and Cei-cribed as follow to-wit
Lot twenty-seven (7), aecordum to the assessor s
plat for the year l.ii, in the siuthwcst quarter
VI 1 of "-"ion thtrty-sx 1Kb, township eighteen
'".'1 mTrfdlaSr ,WJ ef Xhe Prtn"
D.ted at Kock Island, Illinois, this 17th dar of
Octoher, A. I. HKN UY Cf Itrisf
Maste- in Chancery. Rock Island County 111
Loo; EV & Kbllei ant w. w. Stckckon.
. Complaina Cg solicitors.
:-AS0R. TiMK, Y0NK7
Dse it your own way.
It ie the bett Soap ma ie
For A ashing Machius. nee.
VI ADR BY
WARKOCX A RALSTON.
Cor. Mietiiqau ve ard onm SL CH CAGQ
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rk w io a x-Si,. ppJn
Represents, amoni otb .
known Fire InsursMe rom.,a',":r: i;
Royal Insurance Con;,, ''
Rochester German In. ('"''Tr- B
Citizens' Ir,s. to., ,,, Pj .h-vi...-"?;
sun Fire Uttito, Ltmrf.'n rf h
ins. Co.. of Caiir" i.
Security Ins. Co., Ne , r.; a
Milwaukee U f' e
As llK 1E. . p
Office Cor is;h . . "V'
"THE OLD RELIABLE.'
HAYES & CLEAvaJ
Ret resenting over 40 Million Ds-,1
or Lash ait
, .. -' a mi ,
s oecnre unr rates: they m: n
J M BUF0RD
The old Fire ami T.m tr.,.a tf
relT. scute. . " ' '
Losses Promptly Pail
xatcs as low as any reliahlc con; irv ,K J
ton' Patrotiaee if f,:-,r.u-i. '
STATE SAVINGS BAD
JBee Corner FiftecMt street cd Ts.riin
ncceeds the Moline Saviccf . at t. i.Tcirjecyl
5 ttTtm WTEEEST .AlD0PEia
OrgBnlzcd cider Stite L.wj.
0..tn from 9 a. m. to 3 p a.. td W..li.ijc
Saturday ci-htf ?Mr..7:o;
POBTKK SXISXER, p.',
H. A. AlNSWOBTU, - V c Pst.kl
Por.er Skinner, W. W. V:.'.
C.A.Rose, H . A. A'.twoM.
Q. H. Edwards. W. H. AaaT..
Andrew Fribere, ". F. lientwsj,
REAL ESTATE LOAM
made for private parties :n the c::c
spot of the west hy the
Orchard State BarJ
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
B. W. Dart. President.
J. DlKT ('A-tt.'.
Mitchell & Lvn.le. Rankers
J. F. hohlnson. Cashier Kock Kami N t"'!
t . C. Car.er, M . D.
Henry Uatt's Sens, Wnole-a :e tire
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., New Y r .' :.
Refitted Mid renovatec' uu l.r u . i.-'.-c- i;c
on the European pln.
worn rates si a day snd npw.ini .
Kcstaiiraul eqtia! to the bert in the t iy i'.e
erate rale. I
Btreet cars from all R. R. station? ani tt'a
boat and ferry landing? pass the d.t. :.
UILDRETII A ALLEN. Y"l '
Washes everything from a fin
silk handkerchief to a circW
tent; Lace curtains a specialty
No. 1724 BIRD AVE
A. II. & L. J. PARKER.
Telephone No. W
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