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THE AKGUS. THTJBSDAr. JANUARY 18. 189.
$3.00 PER HOM
Good until Fcbuary ist, in
clusive. tr Wlleo. of the Scott MeJica) lo
ut ilutt Iim arranged to acvommmlate
all who desire to place themselves
nmler treatment br placing the price
it mnnltatlnn. treatment ami me.
irtne at .1 for the month. This offer
not on I j Includes new patient, tint
Inclnile all oM patients mho have
at ant ttme Ifn trrntel or examine!
at th S'olt Medical Institute, and
wh leire at this season of the year
to retiew their trratmrnt.
TflRF.K STAIir r CATARRH.
First Ntajfr I'onl breath, hnskj
tnW, sixlirn slimrt, nose clojjjnl up
anil illsrharpes a punl deal, blow out
rhunks or sralis. nose rorr. snoexinj;.
pain in front of heal across the eves,
sense of smell impaiml. hawk to
clear the throat, mucous drops hack
into the throat, thrott ilry. Thi
is easily ctirrd.
iecnn. Matfe Wlirncntarrhof the
heail and throat Is left nnclierkiil it
eitrmls to the bronchial till" and
lungs. These are some of the synip
tnms: Difficult breathing, rotiph dis
tressing, burning ain in throat,
prow weak, pain I hind lnvast bone,
lisgnst for fatty fowls, spitting up
of ehecsy Inmp. harking cough, mu
cous lieronies of a yellow tinge, rough
nntil yon gag or Vomit, stitches in
side, take cold easily and gradually
Third stage Stomach and liowlos
are Involved, caused by swallowing
poisonous mncons w hich drops down
from the head. This stare of the
disease is commonly called dyspepsia.
There is nausea. tomitinglwlching
of pas. head light or dizzy, tongue
coated, water lirash, hawk and spit,
pain after rating, nervous and weak.
constipation followed ly diarrhoea.
rush ot Mood to head, pro wing sen
sation in stomach. bloting of stom
ach and howtcs. sick headache and
palpitation of heart.
This rlass of disease can Ik cured
in fart hundreds have been cured
by Dr. Wilson.
3 a Hlontli.
r.vr.ut CTRAaXC disease TREATED.
321 Rradr street, Pavtnport, la.
6vtn Americas Kxrar.ssCo.
m.ClAt.TIFj Catarrh. Eye, Ear.
Nose, Throat, l.nnps; Nervous dis
eases, Mkln diseases. Chronic dis
OFFICE HOUnS: 9 to 11 a. tn., 2
to 4 p. m.. 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office .will be open
from a. tn. to 12, 3 to 4 p. m.
BMweawaaawMaa.r aw I
v artificers. No hurried, knocked - together - with - hammer - and -
naiU work. They're honest.
. ,t ii . . .
II1C incm, ll-suuing prices,
W. S. HOLBR00
103, 100, 10? . Scwmd EtrMt, DAVEKPORT, IA.
The report on Ynange at New York is
that "Napoleon" Ires, who la not long oat
Of 1 adbrw street Jail for alleged financial
rrookednnM. has Just swiped" the street
to the tone of s.oun.non.
John narhnrr, a neatro who a-seulted
two kiHmn in one afternoon near Jaan-
cfcesdsr. 34 ul, as dead. Judge Lynch, of
Hie IwtMiUs of the Minnrjota universi
ty luivewiumtwl that twe ataea flotrar.
M.icsasinV riant, is aotooaaua wjam
touch: " " '
The Thiol National bank, of Detroit, has
pine into iMjuMlatkaa.
OtNtitarr: At Xew York, Colonel ran
A. Burr, furmanjr yvars connected with
the Itiilxlelphia lress. aitnl 5ft at Pitts
Ihiiv. Ia.. Ma William B. Xejrley; at
Utfayt tte, Ind., Hanker Alexander llson,
AMed r: at outh Norwalk, IX, General
ContinmHta withdrawals hare compellea
the Ilnnca IJenerale. of Kume. to apply for
numoriuin. The a-sets exceed Utclia
bilities by JX,WV lire.
Christ Ilrmm. Jr., aired 14 rears, is
lurknl np at the Cnrnndelet police station
for sbasitinfi toma Griae. atml 13 years.
The wonml is not f ataL The girl say the
act was Intent kmaL while the boy dedans
It was an accitlent.
An American brand of aonn baa been
named alter I iliuokalani.
A four-story brick tenement bntldins at
New York city was wrecked by an explo
sion, supssit to be due to an infernal
nuMhine. fortunately the inmates ea-
Tbonuts lMma and wife and John Ilosr-
erswrrecnsMMUfCtbe river in a small bout
Is-twevn Nuttlmburg and r ayettevilic,
Ya., when they limt control of the craft
anl were carried over the falls, all three
Though no survivor of the battle of
Waterloo is now alive in Kniciand there
are six in r rauce to whom the government
There is a syndicate in Texas owning
more than 8,i,imi iwres, or an area larger
than the state of llelaware.
J. . aicAanuira, tbe ex-priest, was
mol'brd at the close of bis anti-llomaa
Catholic k-cture at Kansas City.
F. A. lloblM, ex-receiver of the Stock
briile (Mass.) Savings liank. has Iwen ar
restetl rluirse.1 with withholding !1.M of
the lmnk's f unds. lie cirrnlated a false re
port that bis legs bad Iron lrokca in order
to avoid turning over the books. The of
ficers found him in bed with his legs en
cased in plaster. He was m-nt to jail for
six moot Us for contempt of court, and will
then be tried on tbe embezzlement charge.
New Youk, . Jan. IT. Half a dozen
stcanubii are overdue at this port.
There is much anxiety for their safety. The
imprewion that harm has In fallen them is
intensified by tbe reports of inconiiUK v
sels. Thick foes and rough weather tills
their log Ixxik pages. The Normannia and
Aurnnia. both of which have arrived, the
former from Genoa and the latter from
Liverpool, were at the merry of the waves
T several days. Uotb escaisrd serious
1'raak hrut l for Five Tears.
New Yoi:k. Jan. IS. James Ilradley, the
alleged crank who in llctolier shot and
dangerously wounded C'aiHain Fred Mat
thews while the latter was directing bis
men at work on a liniadway insurance
bntldiug, has been sentenced to five years
la state prison.
Osbora Itolotig to tke Aneieat.
Torr.K.. Kan., Jan. is. Secretary of
State ttstsirn is aseertainol to be Kansas
organizer of the "Ancient Order of Loyal
Americans," exploited a few days ago in a
dispatch from ItnMng.Mich.
Coanterfelt Mlver s rrax:..
M:diu.Kiwx, N. ., Jau. is. A nun
her of counterfeit silver certificates have
lieen put in circulation here. Four of
them were oflerrd for deposit at one of tlie
banks. As yet efforts to trace tbe source
from which the bills came have been un
successful, none of t he merchants who
reived them being aide to tell from whom
they got them. The bills are well en
graved, but are printed on thinner iapcr
than the genuine.
Kiigtaeer Wooley's faae Disaslsaed.
B.mut ClUXK, Miclu. Jan. la The
case of manslaughter against Engineer
Wooley was dismissed by Justice Henry.
Wmdey was chsrunl with manhlanghter
for disolirying orders on tfc-t. 2)1, and
causing bis train to collide with No. t.
killing twenty-ciixlit pcrsous and injuring
tstnitT-evcn. i lie conductor was ar-
1 rested on the same charge, but v
quitted in tbe cirrnit court.
Original with us. Our il-
lllStration inadequate tO tell
. . . . .
ineir wonn. wrnameniai
1 . ,
Statltial. Your bedroom in-
.wiFici.c nnui wuc. i a
thine OI beaUtV IS a lOV for-
ever, nappy indeed are tney
who possess our dressers.
How about wearing quali
ties? Unequaled. Manu
factured from choice selec-
ted hard Woods, by skilled
You'll say so when you exam-
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enduring r UrnitUre OI ail
FORTY WENT DOWN
Rttten Trestle Gives Way
With Fatal Results.
tO ITAUAirs LOSE THUS LIVES.
twent j-Two Others Kerlouriy Hart and a
I turn Mace.auflVr las Severely A
Ptaaav mt Thirty Feet By a tJravel Train
With Vifty Mr mm RmM A CMItotao
la taralh Varaliiui la Which 81a Femes
Are lajoeed. -
New Yobk, Jan. 13. Rotten timbera
and a poorly constructed trestle belonging
to the New York, Susquehanna and West
ern rxi!r.Kid were the canse of a frightful
accident in the Jersey meadows, just west
of Fain lew station. A construction train
consisting of a 1 wumotive and six gondola
sars heavily hailed with gravel was back
ing out on the trestle to the place where
the contents were to lie dnmpeil when the
flimsy structure gave way with a crash.
The three rear caas were precipitated alxiut
thirty feet into a small branch of the Ik 1
mano's creek, dragging tbe fourth car
down with them. Tbe two forward enra
and the locomotive remaineal on tbe track.
It Was Death tm Tm a Men,
There was a gang of alxiut tlfiy Italian
bdmrcrs on the tniin. and three-fourths of
them went down with wreck, twie man,
nameil Frank Lf:p;ialz was killed outright.
w hile another died while he was being re-
:ovel to the hospital. Twenty-two oth
irs. all It.tlimis, were more or less serious
ly injured, and it is thought that some of
them may die. Within a short time the
wreck was cleared up aud two score
Italians were dragged from beneath the
gravel and timbers and laid out on the
mud. They were all severely injured.
broken amis and legs being plentiful,
while wmie were internally injureil.
All the Mr Arrouatrd For.
The news of the accident spread quickly
end soon a nmntier of wagons came over
from Fairview. Iteputv Coroner Fred
Kkers came over from Hohokenand took
charge of t he lxslies of t ho dead Italians,
which were taken to Volt's morgue. The
wounded men were all sent in wagons to
St. Mary's hospital, llelxiken. It was ru
mored that Eve of the men were missing,
but Superintendent Jacob Counriglit.'.wiic
has rlmrge of the works, said that every
oue bad been accounUsl fur.
WRECK IN SOUTH CAROLINA.
CoUiiwoa at a Crossing Capsizes a Iull-
lu ia Silrcptr,
V..sillXi;io. Jnn. IS. General Manager
Dean, of the Kichiuond and Danville rail
nud, has given out the following officio!
account of the accident at Chester, S. C:
The Kiehnitind and Danville railway fast
mail train No. 35 was run into by a Georgia,
Carolina and Northern freipl.t train at a
grade crossing near Chester, S. C. Train
No. ?$ was struck at the front truck of a
lhiuuuin sleeper, which was turued on its
Mi!e, as was a ssoud-vi.iw coacu. 1 lie acci-
dent occurred in a cut. A force was at
occc aent to the wJeck to clear tiic track.
There wecr ten iassengers in the sleep
er: none wns killed, live were Mirt, lnil
not seriously. The following people wrie
injnrol: Mrs. II. F. Spear-;. Pittsburg.
hurt in lieail. a Main wound; J. S?. Hoff
man. New York, wrist hurt; Mrs. M. F.
Carty, Washington, elhow cut; G. D. ic-'
Carty, Washington, bruised; Pullman
comiuctor, head hruixeil and ear cut; J. T.
WilMin, I'ituburg, lick hurt. No other
Ms fatal Aertdrnts at KU Ixiuis.
ST. liiit'is Is. Alice Walsh, aged
So years, died from a dose of creosote given
her by her mother for cough medicine.
Phillip Kiclielsliack fell from the roof of
the new city hnll to the cellar and was
instantly killed, Daisy .Moore, aged 10,
was fatally injured by astreet car. Sophie
Nickamp, awl 1. died of burns received
iu a effort to save her ,-year-old daughter
from dentil, the result of an overturned
l imy. The girl also died. A Cairo short
line train struck aud killed an unknown
woman tramp near Last St. lxiuis. The
woniun apparently courted her.ileath.
av-l l:0ret of aa Ilagiish Law.
Ijonimis, Jan. in. the limes in an ar
ticle discussing the osition of Duke Al
fred ot Soxe-Cohurg-Gotha (the duke of
Edinburgh), snys that the possibility of
double allegiance is fully recognized by
the Lngu.ih law. Hie statute of Queen
Anne confers tbe privileges of Ilritixh citi
zenship upon all Protestant descendants
of the Electress Sophia, including, there
fore, not only the duke and his posterity
but also the present German emperor and
probably other European sovereigns
Wok ci to rind His Wife Ife-ad.
Bikmingiiam, Ala., Jan. 18. James
Ttright, who lives near Williams Springs,
Covington county, reports that he awoke
early and found his pretty young wife dead
n lx-d beside him. How or what hour her
death occurred he did not know, he said.
After telling the story liright disappeared.
As bis baby.was found dead a few days ago
in m siniilAr wav Ihpm is IntjansM xtt-
I ment and such a strong suspicision that if
caught Iiright will be lynched.
i utmsui uuijtUHC.
Srnisonrxu, Ills., Jan. 18.-Governor
Altgeld listened to the application for
commutation of the sentence of Ernest Le-
eonvicted of outraging and murder-
imt 'en Bynm. in Wesley township.Will
iuiii j ease cst uwva w aaeeasas. a i iua i
Jan. VJ. The plea was that Lecore was
insane at the time the crime was com
mitted. The governor decided that the
I evidence did not warrant bis interference.
Foaad a Bomb at His OI
SALEM, O., Jan. la When John Evans,
I mi nf t Km liarfitiir nl Tnn of t in. enr
tion, came to his oflice in this city he
meter and ten iucbes kng,with a charged
fuse running tbroujth a screw plug, was
loaded with dynamite and blasting pow.
TorEKk, Kan., Jan. 18. T. Dwighl
Thatcher is dead. Hon. Timothy Dwight
I Thatcher vjas one of the foremost citixens
in ianwuii a pumeer promuaein as vne
state's birth. lie had been actively identi
fied with every growth since Kinase wu
I admitted to the L nioo.
BUIy Bimii aoctety.
Briajs, Jan. 18. By order of the
pcror all todies and RenUemen of the court
will call upon tbe United States ambassa
dor, the I'oo. Theodore Kunyan, on Tues-
oay, jan. st
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Xew York Ft marl aL
New Yoaa. Jan. 17.
Money on rail easy, offered at 1 pet
cent. I rime nsercaattie paper 34Qi per
cant. Marlins eschsage Una, with actual
business la bsnkrrs' bills at MSi for
denuuid and iHVatHi for sxty days
pasted rotas tfiisB. UaauBereisl bills
Silver certificatca. Wo 1 bid; no sues; bar
United State bonds. 4's teiralar. IlSi; do
f upoa4 1E4; diZa, mi; iacuia of 1
Xew York Grain aad aad rrodaee.
New York, Jau 17.
Whoat-Mar. raUjKI 13-lttc. Rye-Nominat
Cora Oi fioos Xo. S doll and shont ataady;
May, H a-MsMVic, Oats Options No. 2 dolU
Hay. UTiMU,; track white Ut S&r; track
white western, SVTiSte. Pork Easy: new mess,
t.T9c faniUy, JliUwAlijO; short clear. 1 15.50
OlTJUl lArd Eascr; pruas westera ateao.
Chicago lira la and Prodaee.
Chicago, Jan. 17.
Following were the qaotations on the
Board of Trade todsr: Wheat January.
oi-encJ ttf-fta, closed Ktlc; May, opened
ijc, cloMst C4 July, C.V-tc closed
ttse. Corn Janunry. openol 3l4n. cunod
Stfan May, opeaed 3T. closed July,
npnneil SsVe, closed Oats March,
opened ZiHo, closed -t-ri May, opened Tito,
ekised SJc: July, openrd ZSc, closed tKije.
Pork Jsnosry. opentst ilH.lt!, closed Su-tu;
May o,eoed $ia.x closed Sl.lSU. Lard
Jnaiu-, opeaed ytul, closed $7.&-l
lrodnce: Hutt9r Fancy rreamery, S4325e
per Ilk, fancy dairy, SK.jrJc; iNteking stock,
19ti:i Esifs hn-sh stock. V-'c per dozen;
cold storaso, H'.lo. l)res Poultry Chick
ens TJSc nor iu; turkeys, Sj'.tlc; docks,
SfttlOe; gueeo, TU'.ic. lotats Burbanks
SO&Mc 1s t bu; I leprous, il (i,W; Ivom. iOii-Vic;
mixed lots, i&jSlc Apples Kair to choice,
$3.ji cr bbl. Cranberrios Cape Cod,
ttiUUtfT.oi oor btl; wersejs, S4.jOi45.iH,
llimry White clover, 1-pouud sections. If.
Uc; brukeu comb, b)13c: dark comb, good
eoadiiioj, Ue; strainei, Caiitornia, ifctjibyi
Cbieago live Stork.
Chicaoo, Jan. 17
Live stock. The prices at the L'uion Stock
yards todsr rsncml as follows: Cattle
Rnrcipta for tbo day. IXikrK market slow:
no extra mot bcro: uomiusl STkSna.a.'ic fair
to uood steers, i t.ii.(cii.7j; medium, f4.JUiii.Ta;
lloirs iimiiiti for tbe day. 31,010; market
slow and lr iow-r oa besvy; otUt-rs t jdy;
lockers, 5..l uj."i"". pnuie besvy and bntcbers"
webrhu, to il;ii.."t prime liu-lit sriglit, t&AL
lMiee: una uiiiii Uecuiut for tue day.
U.uuu; inm ttiow and lower all oroaad.
Tue iaewl Market.
-1 iuH.Jiv.5f flO: aplsaiL ftiilelouen.
Bnttcr ystrro choice, WiqSJc; rrc mcry, 2i
Kir Pii. 9"o.
Vonlirr CbiciitTiS. 'iw-ed. 8c: tarrers. drrs--
cii, toe ; Otc , ilrufSMt. HIik ; r se, tttlOc
runr skb vsostati.es.
Apples 5Oifi.00 per bb
Obhwi TT :t .
Taraipt i X per bn.
Cittlo B'ltchors iy tV.r eorn fed st
4?.4ic; cows acd ceifcis. S)U'ie
Bhc p SCiflC
Cosl Soft. mac Cbsru. 88.5ft.
Maud-Cont.S4.00; sawed, 5.00 3 $3 .SS.
Life is Kirerr
To mnnv people wholiave tbe taint
ot MToIula in lucir blood. J he
njronlos cutiscd 1 v the dreadful ran-
Bin" sores and t.thcr manifestations
of this disensc are beyond descrip
tion. There is no other remodT
equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla for scro
fula, Fait rhuma and evcrv f rm of
blood disease. It is rcasonablv sure
to benclil all who jrive it a fair trial.
Hood's Tills cure all liver ills.
"As old as
is tlie verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
can pin your
faith for a
on tlio Liver
r.cvs. Try it.
Solid by all
Drngpisl3 in Liquid, or in Towder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
The King ot Liver Medicines. '
"l bavettsptt voursirntrvinRf.Iverneffn.
latorand can eoiwuMifiouslv sav it is the
kini;orn!l liveriinsl:cltis. I consider it a
medicine ciM-st ti lfvli. tivio. V. JACB
aos, Taooiuu, Washiniou.
tbe Z Ktaaip ia r it an wmpper
The largest line of Fancy Goods,
Decorated China and Toys at
1818, UJ0 Third Ave,
SURROUNDED BY UISTERY!
A Great Mistake.
A rcrcr.t Cboovcry m thnt hnadoclM,
d'zrJneju, dullness, conradon of mind,
et- aro duo to tlcran.rtment of tha nerve
centers which supply Ilia brain with n rve
force; thntlndiscstion, dyspepiila, neurals'.a.
wlnil In stomach, et nrlsa front t ho dcrnse
m"Bt t.f the nerve centers supplyin.T lliece or
rsniv!lhiwrvA Kuid or force. Wits H lilcewl.w
trie; of many diHcaNosc J the bean e.nd limes
I lie nerve system uiiko a tciejrmin sysiem
ua x.i'.X bo woa
cur. 'i bo Iltlie
w'llia lines are
tlio nerves whlea
f. co f rem the
r.er o ci-ntcrs to
eve.-y part of the
body, just as tlio
eti'Ci rircurri;nt Is
wires to every
r.talloii, larco oe
pfayslelans fall .
nfrard ttiU fartt
Inst.vid ot treat-bietl-encrveeen
ters ror tlieran-ie
of tbe disorders
a mine tlierolmra
tlx v t ro at tuo .
M. 11 LL.H,tin
ettidrnt cf nervous diseases.
of many noted treat Iscs on tnc latter
lone since realised tJ'a truth of th- first
suuemeiit, and his linstoniuvo jNcrrine
I prepntvd on that principle. Its Mirress
In curing !l diseases arising from deraneo
tiem, of tlio nervous frystem i wonder
ful, as the thousand of unsolicited testimo
nials tn iHisscsslun of the tvinipuny taiuuiac
turinx tlio nmedv amply nrovo.
Ur. Miles' ltesniraiive Norvhie Is a reliable
ret;!Clf fur all nervous diseases, sm-h ns
li :il:ii ho. nervous l:Miity. prostration,
s'eplcssues, dizziness hysti-rla, t ual le
billlv. M. Viius dunce, eiiilepvy, etc It Is
sold ly nil drufUtsun a positive cnarantee,
.r sent direct by the Ur. Jlilcs Medical 'o,
Hklmrt, lnd on ret-ipt of price, el pi-r botc
tic.iix IhiuIi-s tor t. i".pn prepaid.
iieslorati v Xcrvlue tiosttivcly cuulalua BO
ctiUuw or dariiwus urujea.
hyc ard Ear Specialist
And folc ntnpridor of tho Tsrl'orville Kye
ai d gar InUnnury, mill vlrit
- iT TH
January 16, 17, 18 and 19.
From 9am to & p m. and mak: return Uitt
i ncc a aon h.
Pr. t'olfe has treind over W0 tirticnts In
Rockfont aud r rei-txir! and over lOJ In and stout
Owletis. to sultaliou free on ftrt tnt.
He will rtniiirhicu CROSS or SQUlSr EYES ia
Kemovcs CATARACr n two minntrs.
1'trryplnne or 11 lm over tbe eves-one mtnate.
1-iocciimv Ira mitints.
Turning Is or cut of lids and wild hslrs. etc
r. moved u"ck'jr.
Mopnnii: I i.ucnrrmai (tear) met. cautln? an
ovcraow of trsrs. ncratanutillv cured.
ro ypa i umors in nose or cms rcmovca In two
Opening of tbe Knstschian Tnbe lesdlne tm
wnni , j car in iu minute?.
I.emnvins Tonsils and Clinpinr Uvnla. ore
Every one of tbf shove oneratienn T tHTfcrm.
cxre;i caiarccu, ana iauenu c iu go norae wim
t ATAhACT.PTKHTGlNNH ffor film over the
slptit). iHicit.es of Comca. Iilinnnecs weak.
watery eve, craiiola ed lidi". rbrenic red ran
eye-, slid limn", rmrotilnm or tarnli:q in of eye-
uiis.oiseaM'Soi lacnrxmsi uuct (t-ar dnrt), tn
mop of eye. eMermtlcn cf ball. AI! ur.
gi.nl diea. c ihr e e and its nerves.
Wilt A1 VUK"MC APAl. CATARRH
In all Its forms cured permanently. Ozaina.
polypi:,, tnmors, tiaskin; and sittln, enlnrped
uui'l. loss of voice, granulated sore ihT"ttt
DEAFNESS T can eare ea rer rent of these
cse t'nn tell In five miunlc if curable. 1
curs many cams In one treatment.
im.hsks i s mk i can cure in every ease.
ltsflIVG! EARS-I can cure in everyesse
UKONCiUrlS AND LU.Nll TKUCBLG rami
from catarrh cuu be cored.
A DIVIDEND PAYER!
The Gold Dollar Mining Co.,
OF CKirrtX CREEK, COL.
Orcsnlwsl nndtr laws of Co!o-ac"o Caniul
Stock, 700,000 abates, par value SI eaci
FCLL TAID AND NOS-ASSF.SSABLE.
159,000 SHAKES IS TKEASi nV.
The mine Is lorsted tn tbe richest norti-i r
the eel brated told producing district of Cripple
crco. and is hela under s L ulled Mutes patent.
Work is earriclon day and ul(Tbt, and high
grace ore Is beinr tsken ot:t In Innes qu.nti -s
In January, lHlil. tbe Company will beirln pay
in( rejutar moodily dividends at the rate of
24 Per Cent rer Annum on the
H. H. OFFICER, Sec. and Treas.
A limited amount of the sbarei are now offered
a' U) ceM pr rhare. KUrCK, Hrotpectns and
riierts' report ms) be obtained from tbe bank
tug bouse of
H. R. LOUNSBERY,
, 67 Droadway, Sew York.
John Volk & Co,
Sash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Floorinr
Aad an Unda t weed work tor Vandsta.
lUjb'.sesah St. t sLThltd and Foartk aveaaee.
Kenleeef natal tetil aseait,
Kststeof Dsaiel O'Bitee, deceased.
SSihi'o unilr. Is berehv elyta Ihstthe sndcr-
sientd, David Br ws. has Ibis day Bled his Seal
report and settlement as sack la tbe county court
of Rock Mand county, and that an order has
been et t red bv sata onn approving ins ram re
port. nies objeet'ona theretn or canse to tse
contrnry be sneers on or bi fore the firt Monday
of K In nary. A. D. 1991. ard upon t final sp
nroval of hard rrpoii, tnc raid tiavid Brown will
ask for an order tt dia-rihstioa. and will a'ro a, k
tnbcdiwbarrTsL All ptreena inicrceuu an iro
lificd maUrnd , .
Eockle'teu, ill ,
E'ecutovof IhcbutwIU ahd Irtlamctt of Dan
Bv virtne of srneclal eseentkm and fee Mil Vo.
Cdt tssned onto! thecMrk'sottieeor the cirruil
eoart of Hock Ielsna eonnty, arsi mate or nimois,
and to me directed, wbercby I am cnmnundeil to
make the amount of s certain judement neently
obtained svsinstC w- Morhrr in favor sf The
reoples sliorai llank e( Vis-k IsIsihI, ill ,onl nf
tie lards, ten, motifs, pomls and i-nalilcs of the
sWVeferdaiit, " Mairber. I have levied
nnin the roiHmirir pro-ry. towo : Ail Inst part
r srt ion cf It p; Iland l in; In liock river that
lis between in- we,i iimsi ine rieni oi way oi
the Hoe land snu I'toria K.iilsar ccmi any.
ar.d the east lino ,eciinn nnnilsr filtrrntlNiand
twenty two -- in township nunier sevent -tn
1 17 north tame lira westot the fourth t-rir.-ripal
meriilisn. ia tlie county of Kink Irltcd and
tiMi nt Illinois.
Therefore.sceordlnc lesild command I snsilex-
pose furssle atpnblic suction all the right, title
and Interest of the slsive named. C. W. Mother
insnd to the aliove descrihed pn,s-riy, on eri
ila. the SFth day of January, at 4 n'clo -k n. m .
tt tbe north door of tlie Court House, In tbe
city of KoeK laisn in we coruiiy oi uuca ismsu
ind state ol llll.is, ror rssa in nana, to ssun)
km'A F tn -tion end fVe I 111.
Dated at Kock Island tills Srtl 1av rf Jsnnary,
A. D.1S4 l l III.M). (HlKinj.v
SberiSof Rock It land Coumr.llauoie.
ATTORSKT AT HW Office ia Mitchell
LynoeW new block
JACKPOK fc HURST,
ITTORNrrtt AT LAW tllli-e Ttcek Island
Nations. Bank building. Kock Island, III.
a. a. ssncasKV. c l. viuti.
ITTOPXETS A:rr SKLT.ORS AT LAW
1 tmice in Ccn run imock. I'oct laisna. in.
CHAKiLE'S J. SEARLE.
TTORMtY AT LAW LEGAL ttUSlVESR OF
I ail k ns e.n-"y sttord,-d f. 'ste Al-
tsrney of hotk
Islaad County. Office: Post
McENIRY It McEXIRY.
ATTOItN ES AT LAW Lon money on good
security, rsiake coll"ctions. tt'ference.
at i-TCwe. bankers. -OSice hi Fostore
S- W. ODELL.
A TTORNB F AT L i W Formerly of Po-1 Ityroti.
ty snd dirirg the t a-t tsoycaiswith the firm of
Browtnn(& Ennk'n st Moline, Its now opened
an oTce in the Auditorium buildinz. room 5, at
PUT8:CLt AXOSU.iGB 'N.
1134 Third Avenne.
Telcpbore UTO.Ro.k Island, 111.
Office Ilonrs: 10 a.m. to Hi m., 1 to 1 p. m. and
I. B. Uollowbasb, M. D. Ueo. E. Barth, K. D.
DRS. BARTH & KOLLOWBDSH
PUYSlt'IAXS ASl SUUGEOXS
Oibc lird st. ielepbone 1085
Keuiieuoe Tsl lst st. " IU
Dr. Barth I Dr. Holtowbnsb
to IP , at, I 10 to V! a, ra.
1 to t and 7 to 8 p. m, t to 5 and' to 6 p. am.
DR. CHAS M. ROBINSON.
CTB. EAR. SOSK. ASD THROAT OSLT
L. uauc cCu.lougb aildine. IH w. o St.
Honrs: b1' stt
I to t om.
R. M- PEAKCE
i S3 In Mitchell Lyudc'a i
HAWTHORNE & SILY1S-
nEXTISTS o t7l eecon avenne, over Era 11
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER.
fiENTAL SDRGffONs itrhell Lyndes
w niocsu stooms ss-n. o aac sievstori
EDWARD a, HAM MATT,
RCHITECr, RocX Islsnl. 111. Oflice 1
rv i. m iicne;i i.n4e euildine.
GEO. P. STATJDtTHAR.
RCHITBCT- r.srs ja enpciietenaecee for all
tl class of ta-..dit.cs. Konn U mud 56, Hilcb-
W. A. DARLING.
B&furd block over Kiccsbnry's store.
LABOR. TIME, MONET
. Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made. -For
Washing Machine use.
0AC::3I A GHLSTC3.
aaiiiiiasua nesaaa sak.iriaatnUM taas
I'sbttssai i iluaiiA layasst wasnaiiSjikini
(ass swamrysui. Oar fas Warnsdi esi
A. D. HUESING,
KeprcMnts, among other ttme-trled and .
known Fire lsarsne Coarpaniee, the folUmiu, .
Royal Insurance Company, nf Rneland
Wesyhe-ter K.re Ins. Uomtwnv. of N v
HsftalA) Herman Ins. ocniuany, Biirfalii
Rochester I lermaa Ins. Co.. Horhester Si
ClUKens' Ins. Ooof I'lttsbure. Ps. '
fnn Fire tttleo, Ismd.ss.
l ass ins. txof 'alrnils.
Sernrity lns.l'., Hrm llav,-n. rosn.
Milwaukee lteclisniee Ins is, af.i .
Ueraan Fire tas. Cow, nf Peoria,! 11.
Office Cor 18th St. ami 2d Ave.
Kock Island, In
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES A CLEATXLAHB
EepieaenU&s orer 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire Lite, Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Bengstonw block flock Island, 111,.
narBeeare oar rates: they will interest yon.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . .
The old fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable anmnany ran affora
lou ratnmace is solicited.
STATE SAVINGS BANS.
OSco Corner FlftecM street and Third Ave.
Snceeedc the M olfee Savrars F ate. Orranlsed in
S foCm QTKEST :ilD II DEPOSITS.
Organised seder Stue Laws.
Oen tram t a. m. to I z and Wednesday esl
r?atcrday nights frca.7 to Spm
Poaicu Saixim, . . Preaiderit
H. A. AnswiiBTat, - Tlce-Presidect
I. F. IlcaKHWAT. ... csahiet
Porter Skinner. W.W.Wells,
C. A. Rose. H. A. Atnswortb,
Q. H. Edwards, W. H. Adams.
Andrew Frlbers, r. F. Hsoenwsy,
REAL ESTATE LOANS
nude for private parties hi .the cardan
sot of tbe west by the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCHARD, BXBRASEA.
B. W. Da ar. President.
t. 8. Dan Cashier.
atltcbell Lynde. Bankers.
J. F. UubinatlB. ashLM Y.lsn Sjsft-.n.l
C C. Carter, . D.
Henry Datt's Sons. Wholesale On en.
Washes ZYtrytbirg Fnm a Fisa
. No. 1724 Third Ave.
II. & L J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 12 14.
(Sacecasor to IL WKSDTJ
119 Eighteenth BtreeL
t9Fit and Workmanship Guar
MtMd th Best
Cleaniiig and Bepairiog Done.