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THE ARGUS, VfEDHEBDAT, JANUARY 24,1894.
Th Nervous Oyttem the Cect
cf LKnd UtincL Recant
IfO mywreSW had .VWWfCnWynjeasdl With that Of
BaMaaa Ufa, It baa haw tha b-ndlna: aabtta-t
of MnlMiiMl tfeareh ami Mwdy In nil Rfn.
Im avtwltamaaedia; that tact M t ant (rener-
any m now a
that lb mil
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tad h thaB
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ne) u eys
ti-wj that een
the prirk nf a
i have fetriorinrerad' that
ellttaaarwaaatnT lhav tawlv art Mmtrr the- ctnt
tent n( the nartw rfntrrv Ira-ated In nr near
see enan of ton nratn. MtMivtraianran
WaafMtlhtitttVanavhlrhtnrT supply trlih
aervt WuKarw alwuVranaaMl. whoa It H rr-n-njihread
that a nark, Injury to Ihwsranat
e-4 wtllentt paralvwM of I So fcraiy below
ha Injwrt-it prfnt. be -awae h aeWn Torre h
E rented ay the talnry " rawehirii the
sltf-d aiTt.as Will tat nwlffatowrl hMr
amnm ai nt nf taatnaaana renter will
rnthHymnfnrn ? Dm VBrtotuoflhuS
which) thv aoiwdy with nr-rre fotvw.
Twnathlrirtrnf rhnmb rtM-aar era) nna to
thelmnarfaH'tectl'Mtof tke urn renter at
tnahaanof Iht brain, mat Inin a aVranre.
SewaBriraa-ilcwwinnting N tw ta-fran It
auUT Tha area" mlai nf phraa-lnn In
trmtlnw the-as trw-ear H In it I net treat I ha
ran rather thitii nrte renters wa.-a
Iht, t'naai.ia Mn.ra. tb r-trhrnte.1 ana.
riall.bnprfmn'lit Mwntew tat-nwna-rt t.a
"rfturncA anal hit mnt amn tnitmrianl
tlraenvwrl In rtmnt-i-tbin wlthH.chhf a nam
them hrtnd ha fart nmmlanl In lb '
ntaieinont. and that tha ordinary avtlaxt rl
tiwatnrant ara inab All arwlwha, wln-a.
ne. atollne, riailtr-iiwv pn tlur
ranla, nwla-h.4jr. raa!ly. ank-tiT. .
Imm flMnfak atj'.- at arviHM M'aamra ajA
ymt-t how raiaaMt. The iaitrrful i ra o4
r. Mllea' Kolnrala Nrrlm axlnatolha
ln Mti.aa- Kawn hmtivb ,ir bkhu d
II nmnNMiin a na iiniinran'as
a)inctl lav Mn.rn Mriai L l a, Klkhart,
Iml., am rrrln arW. fl ilrh tth. al
lar na ha? X atpraat rr vi M. It C
aulilarr aptata. nor 4ttaMaruua ttiuca.
Eye and Ear Specialist
Aa4 ante fmiflhw nf th. Jarkanartna Kya
aart ant 1 alt raw?, wlU lli
Februarys 7, 8, 9 and 10.
Freai tan to ft a a. aa I aiaM man liw
an a a.'.
Or. Cnffa ana traatrd avaf Wn Mthata ta
tUwkhna aaa rraannrt ami n lw In aad a Boat
-(aiaaa. la mltallaa traa aa Irai rrib.
Ha win .traitfBiaaCKua ar Ml I5T CTEft la
i wn aiinawa.
MaaHwaa CAT ARACT a twa BiBatva.
Ptarrtrtna. a tlm nnt tha tn aai aiiaato.
Il.n iIwt Iwa aiianta.
Tarala la ar aut al ltd. aad wild kalfB, ehk.
Bionnhw nf karkfrmal ftaar) Thaot, canal nf aa
t varBttw nt taara. aarnaiaantlv tntaaV
paiTpn. Tamora la aaa ar aaiB naMxrad la twa
Itpanlnt af taa taatarhlaa Tbbb Vpadtaf Iran
hrxat tn ar In twa nlaaia.
Hxnumac TaB.il aad Lllpaiag tTntla, oat
vary aaa af th a aaa. aparathnta t aatfnna.
wry raiaran, aaa pauaaia lap aaaM wiw
.Itlt Alt If!.
t ATA h ACT, TCKTnnt7(S rnt Ha wrvr la.
lKh, awltia nf antra, kliwiaaa. l
airr rv. caaala ad lida. chmnlc rod
.'no.wlMBaifa, .nimniani nt tBralaa la af va
Ida, dlaaaa. af tarhfjaaij daci Itaar dnrtt, la
anra nr.aa,. -nraataa ar ara Ball. All IJf
rral dlaaaaaanf iba ara and Ita ami.,
ATTR a5 CMROMU MABAL t ATARRn
B Ml Ma Biiaw an ad pi fwanai f ly , Onrnmm.
laiWaaa, raam-a, hawalnt and eulttlaa. aalanrtd
aaaila. kiaa af vote, graaolatrd aara lan-u.
KBArnkaa t taa care Bar crat wf tbaa
aaa i aa tan ia bp atiaataa u catanta.
aara mmny rtaaa la aaa traatawat.
NiN.am tm RAN. taa aara la eay tana.
tl-rll.Jt44 CABW I ran tata la tvarytaaa.
Rax Mai H I Tilt AND ICS. TUOtBLX cartd
a w m m
artificers, fso hurried, knocked-tocther-with'hammer-and
nails work. They're honest. You'll say so when you exam
inc them. All-suiting prices.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S,
103, 106, 107 E. 8econd Street, DAVENP03T, I A.
"Blut und Eisen" and Kaiser
Dilly Are Friends.
THE TaWSHO CBASXilS ZSIDOED
Bjr Baltlaaf Caw OM Wlaa Swat aa a
w faara OaVrtac hj tha Ttaag Katacrav
-at Mm Wfca WtMal St batlaa
RaiBtra Tnmlm tm Katara Taaaaa la
All Iiiiii, Barriac Caanallea-
BKRLnt, Jan. St. The alJe 3a' camp of
Tjaprror .William. Orfonal Voo Moltke,
ka rallrd at Frilrichinih and baa pre
acntrd Princt Bianwrck with a bottle of
rry old wiaa arnt to the n-chanodlor by
Um mperw. The bottle of wiaa was a
t.TrT roirrnAiT nr nii arck.
rnmpanird hf aa anthnrTah letter la
which the rnipvmr conKratulated IVince
Itrinrr lUanmrvk upon Ilia recovery from
bia rrcmt attat-k nf iiifliirnnt.
The Cologne (iu-ttr. referrttiK to the
prrariit. aara that Irinr Ili-niart k, rr-
plylnato fount Ton Moltke, anM that be
woulil wait uiKin the emiaTor in lh-rlia at
tb urKinninv of next m-k.
la Arrwrd with Canrlirl.
Thf (rrrateat iiiiportanee in atlarbed here
and tlirouiriKiut trnmny to the rectm
riliation la-tw-ren I'rinrw llimnrk anj
Kmneror William aa announced by the
prraent arnt by the emperor and by the
prince's fletemiinntion to wait upon the
rmprror after hi. liirthdny. Kapivinl at
tention i paid to the effect which the re
conciliation will have upon the internal
pnjirj ot M'i-mnn7, as tt is now ileclnred
that 1 Yinta ld-marrk. in addition to l-in
recoru'ilitl to h.nim-ror Williani,
la alao in full nrcnrd with
Chancellor von Caprirl ami
llarun von Bielieratein, the imperinl wrte-
tary of atnta for roreifrti allaii. '. The re
conciliation, a announced, hns n-rred to
increaae the popularity of the eniieror, of
bia chancellor, and of the covernment, aa
there is no doubt that a (Treat numla-r of
people olijet -ted to the prnetical exiling of
the Krent tternian atateaman. On the oth
er liaml t lie agrarians, who relied uiatn
Prince tiimaiTk' support nj-Tiirrt the
Kuaao-fiernuin treaty, are downenst and
ppnrrntly convinced that llicre la no
looser much ftreuRth in their opposition
to this mraaure,
.raa-ral KI- la Ktorka.
The effect of thetsewaof then-conciliation
wan moat marked. . There, was a een-
eral riae in atocka and lanula nnd a lunch
atnitiper aixl more benlthy feeling on all
aides. The liewapaja-ra hail the annoiince
tnent of the reroneilintion as the happiest
event which baa luipm-iied for a limit bile.
and the aop!e ever"-here Rive evidence of
Joyful excitement and thnrtlrasivintc. One
of the reanlta of the better feelitut l-t ween
the rmprror and Prince HiMman k ia that
preparationa to rrlehrnte the emper
or a birthday on ratnnlny next,
have Wn multiplied aud that this event
will row probably he made the signal for
a Kenernl outburst of pntnotic etithuinm
thrmialHMit larrntany. The exeitement is
not eidiflned to iHilitical circles. In the
army, anions tha hoursroiar, amonif the
cknry. airnm tha anstorrnry, and anions
the peasant, however, and everywhere.
a sea aa well aa condition of men rejoice to
bear that there ia no lonscr any ansry
feelitut lartwecn the ruler of the tiennau
nipire and the great servant t( the eoun
try who ba done eo much for Oenuan
trength aud unity.
trite Harder aad Btnirtd.
JVtw You., Jan. Si. John O. Shea,
an ex-sf rret ear coodurtor, 4. years old.
Bbot and killed hi wife and then shot binv
rel( ao that be wi 11 die. Jealously cauacd
Original with us. Our il
lustration inadequate to tel
their worth. Ornamenta
anywhere; artistic and sub
stantial. Your bedroom in
complete without one. If a
thing of beauty is a joy for
ever, happy indeed are they
who possess our dressers.
How about wearing quali
ties? Unequaled. Manu
factured from choice selec
ted hard woods, by skilled
Enduring Furniture of al
TO ARBITRATE IN 8RAZIL.
Da Oataa Aaka Adaalral Bentuua ta Act aa
PERXAMBt'cn, Jan. St. A dispatch from
Rio Janeiro aaya: The Associated Press
correspondent ia informed upon good aa
tbority that Admiral Da Uama, the ad
miral in command of the insurgent fleet,
has made a request to Admiral Benham,
the American admiral, asking the latter to
be kind enough to act as mediator between
the insurgents and the 'government of
President 1-eixoto, w ith the view of b rins
ing about aotue understanding.
ben tha newa that Admiral Da Gama
waa communicating with Admiral Ben
ham reached shore the greatest satisfaction
was expressed by everybody at the prospect
of an ending to the wearisome civil war
which has heenclogging the wheels of busi
ness for four months past, Aolxxly seems
to doubt that the American admiral will
soon he able to patch up a peace between
the insurgents and the government, for
both aides admit that they are heartily
tired of the distressing bombardments and
attacks and counter-attacks which have
been going on for so long with little or no
advantage to either aide.
He W ho Nealtate Is Utst.
Conivrn, Miss., Jan. 34. Eight or ten
men living near Pocahontas Tenn., a
.mall stat ion twenty miles west of Corinth,
had been plot Ung to rob a Memphis and
Charleston paaarnger tran, but had post
poned the attempt from time to time, be
cause t bey did not have a leader ofsufll
cent determination. They procured dvna
mite and tools to blow open tha safe, and
finally settled cm a day to make the at
tempt, but in tin? meantime the detective
rcroftlie mil maid bad discovered the
plan and arrests have been made of all ex
cept two or thn
Wants That Mt-andal Itaried
Lomsin, Jan. 84. The libel suit of Mrs.
John Ilidilulph Martin, formerly Mra. Vic
toria t. Woodhnll, the social and political
reformer, against the British nui-emu for
allowing iNpnka tout hing upon the lieechcr
Tilton arandal in the reading room of the
institution, came before the court of the
queen's launch. The court dismissed the
apnnl of tlie museum and compelled them
to atiow front whom they received the
biHika and w hnt steps they took to ascer
tain their character.
Mrnck by a Tidal Wave.
New Yokk, Jan. St. The steamship
Normannia, which left here on the 18th
inst. for Algiers, Genoa and Xaples, re
turned to port. On Sunday morning last
In clear weather a tidal wave struck her.
completely waahing out her state rooms
and everything movable was carried away
from her necks. 1 he second otneer was
fatally injured and some of the crew badly
hurt. All passengers escaped.
Another Meal of Treasurer Vfoodrnff.
1JTT1.E Km K, Ark., Jan. 4. Another
sensat iotial development has cccurred in
the Arkansas state treasury. An Arkan
iu bond was presented to the state treas
urer lor redeiuptiou ly the local agents of
the New l ork holder. The bond is record'
ed as having la-en redeemed, and it is le-
lieved to Ik- one that ooUrutl stole while
Was Sensitive for the Crooks.
Cuatt vsooga. Jan. '.'4. in the criminal
court of Hamilton county where J. II.
Iifwis. alias Crawford, alius FUhback, and
T. II Morgan, bunco men, also wanted in
Chicago, were on trial Circuit .ludire Moon,
n-izing the "rogues gHlIery" pictures of
the prisoners put in evidence tore them to
pieces, at lue Mime tinif rensunng the po
lice lor taking them, llis act is a misde
Is This th fipring Frrshet?
Di.Mmin, Tex., Jan. 'J4. I.ed river has
made the unprecedented rise of twelve
f -et during twenty-four hours. All ferry
commitment ions are cut off. Tbe Washita
is the highest lor a number of years. All
of the large water courses are bankfulL
The rain is a great thing for northern aud
western Texas and will be worth thou
aauds of dollars to the farmers.
o Christianity for Fraarhe.
MaIiUIIi, Jan. St. The bishop of Sr.ra
gossa has visited Salvador Kranche, the
anarchist who confessed to being the
author of tbe Liceo theater bomb outrage.
t ratiche thanked the lushop for his visit,
but declined bia ministrations, and very
vigorously defended the anarchistic ideas
w hen the bishop tried to convince hiiii of
anverrijm I ?t Afraid.
I)f3 MolM:s, Ja-.t. 34. fieueral Master
rovereign aays there is no truth in tbe pub
lished report of united efforts being tnade
Ly Powderly'a friend to oust him from the
office and reinstate Powderly. lie says
there were no unlawful irregularities in his
Knland Iteatorrd to t'ltlseanhlp.
Jefh ilsos City. Mo., Jan. 24. Governor
W. J. Stoue has formally restored to all
the rights of cititenship Kdward T. No
land, the defaulting state treasurer of
Missouri, who, on the Slat inst. completed
a two years sentence in the state prison.
Hope to Cntrb Kvans.
SAS Pkam iscx). Jan. 24. Detective
Thackcr, of Wells. Fargo & Co., says that
be baa positive information that Evans
and Morrrll are now between Kings river
and ifln Jomi:in, and that in a very abort
time they w ill surely la; caught.
Wnwht Be Very lacwwvwnleat.
Vv AMilM.Tos, Jan. St An oftlcer of the
treasury department, referring to the K.
of I. pnaosal to enjoin the secretary of
the treasury, said that if aurh actions
could obtain standing in court tbe effect
on government transaction of business
would be serious. Tbe result, he said.
would be that the government's 'band
woubl be frequently tied and its business
operations would be seriously handicapped.
tt order Over a fall of Deer.
Chicago, Jan. 84. While fighting for
pail of brer iu an alley Larry Kearns was
rtabta-d and killed. Patrick Lynch, of
Z.n Parnell avenue, who is thought to
have inflicted the fatal wound, was ar
rested, but IScnjamin Comfortand Thomas
Cordon, who wvre present, escaped.,
Mating ttecwrd Brake.
Milwaukee, Jan. 24. A special to the
Evening Wisconsin from Madison, Wis.
states that John 8. Johnson, the Minneap
olis skater, covered a quarter mile in 91
seconds with a flying start. Tbe best pre
vious record wan made by Joe IJuaogbue,
whose time was oo seconds.
Was Kotklaw Bar Her tn Lira Tmr.
SrutSoriKLD, )., Jan. 24. Mary White,
wno was inxauc, oiind in one eye, deaf,
dumb and paralyzed, died at the county
uiiiidmii vi cuiuiiuniiOaj
Mitchell's Militia in Camp at
EEOHVED WITH TELLS AID JEESS
That Da Tend tn Fnt Tkcsm ta th.
Beat r Hnaswr Tbe "Boy ta Bine"
lwt Calveraalty rwpwlar ttl tlB Ibbb,
and Inclined ta Beast aster His Bactp
Uow If TrwwM. Ocean Th. SheriB'Tani
pawmrily Kest rained.
Jacksoxviug, Fla., Jan. 24. Tangible
evidence ot the governor's opposition to
tbe Corbett-Mitchell contest presented
Itself last evening in the arrival in the city
of the Second battalion of state militia.
comprising four companies under com
mand of Adjutant General Horton and
Major C P. Lovell. Some of the soldiers
are far from pleased at tbe hisses and
groans accorded them by many people lin
ing the street who were undoubtedly sym
pathizers with the proposed prixs fight.
As tbe train stopped the militia under
command of their respective officers came
bundling out ot the cars, each soldier in
heavy marching equipment and wearing
regulation uniform. A few minutes later
the command to fall fa was given and
the four companies lined alongside ot the
A Utile "Wkvt" Starts the Jeer.
By this time the crowd at the station had
in a measure recovered from the tempor
ary fascination of simply looking at the
roldirr and while they were being
marshaled, preparatory to marching
to the armory, the humor of the
spectators began to manifest itself and the
aoldu-rs were greeted with remarks of
ridicule. The first person to brave tbe
displeasure of the state troops was a small
negro boy who yelled out: "You may
bring your guns, but you can't stop the
fight." The remark proved infectious and
similar taunts were burled at the unof
fending sons of Mars. "Where is the gov-
ernorf" "Go back home," and expressions
of a like nature rang out while the soldiers
were wheeling and turning. A detail of
several men was placed in charge of the
bagngge and the remainder of the militia
under the command of their command-
marched up to Uay street, thence out to
the llson 1 wttery armory.
nrrlsive Veils aad Hisaea.
Something of a sensational natnre oc
curred when the soldiers were passing in
front of the Globe saloon. All the way up
the street they were mqt; with derisive
yells and hisses, occasional tauuting l
marks being sandwiched in. Crowds
thronged the streets, the galleries and the
windows, and a great commotion was
created. In front of the Globe saloon
there was an unusually large crowd which
gave vent to its displeasure by such a vol
a me of hisses that it must have made the
ears of the soldiers tingle. The hisses in
creased until the noise became a growl.
when the soldiers suddenly, under an or
der from their captains, lowered their guns
to a position to load and went through the
motion whether they did or not. This sig
nificant action was at once noticed by the
crowd, and only renewed the ridicule.
Moldiera lXTlileJIjr "fat Out.".
Tbe men were very angry when they
reached the armory, claiming that the
bi.sesand other insults whichthey were
subjected to on the march from the rail
road station bad left them with no good
feeling toward the people of Jacksonville,
One private went so far as to say that bad
he not received strict orders not to hre un
less commanded some one in the crowd
would have been hurt when the hissing
began. "If we fax a mob," said one lieu
tenant, "and get orders to fire, we will do
so, and not in the air, either. Our boys
were brought up with guns in their bands.
and they can bit a man I guess across tbe
i-ttvct. After the treatment we received
tonight 1 know my men are very ill-
humored, and I believe that they will shoot
to kill should occasion require it."
Tne Sheriff Temporarily Restrained.
Judge Call has granted a continuation
of tbe injunction prtareedings brought by
tbe Iuval Athletic club against Iberia
Broward until todiy. Judge Call also
granted a temporary injunction restrain
ing the sher.fl from interfering until the
case in court is settled. If the judge
should reqitire more time and not give a
decision t Jday it may, in spite of the tem
porary injunction, put tbe fight off until
ttnv. Xorthen "All Tore l" Kow.
Atlasta, Jan. 24. Governor North
received information that the Corbett-
MiUheil fight would likely take place in
Georgia, Accompanied by the attorney
concral he has left for are county, bor
dering on Florida. He has summoned the
sheriffs of five other border counties to
meet him. He declares that no fight sha!
take place on Georgia soil.
Iowa Miners Owlt Work.
Des Moines, Jan, 24. The miners in the
ten largest mines iu this district, number
ing about SVK), are idle. The miners at a
mass meeting decided to accept 10 cents re
duct ion; this would have made the price
per ton MO cents and UO cents. Committee
laid the matter liefure the operators who
refused to concede to the demand, but of
fered to make tin price 15 cents aud 63
cents. This the miners refused to accep'
ana a strme was oruereu.
Work fnr Michigan Mi
LsnPEMINO, Mich., Jan. 35. It is an
nounced by the Cleveland Cliffs Co. that
the men will be placed at work at their
Cleveland lleiuattie mine today. Thi
mine ia a producer of Bessemer ore and has
been idle since last July. The old hands
were given the places and a full comple
ment ol men was obtained in less than an
What the Kegrwes Think About It.
Ksoxviixe, Tenn., Jan. 24. John Shea.
the wealthy railroad contractor who shot
and killed Walker Mills, a prominent
negro politician at last Saturday 'a election,
has been discharged from custody on the
ground that it was a case of self-defense
Tbe negroes think the preliminary hearing
a sort ot larce.
Welt, Hang the Other Taa.
Fort Smith, Ark., Jan. 24. A telegram
from Deputy Lnited States Marshal W
C Smith, confirms the capture ot the
Rogers gang of outlaws. It reads: We
have captured the Rogers' gong, killed
one and wounded one badly. Tbe other
two not hurt.
Bia Beef Vonatlaw ta Aak.lnd.
Ajiilakd, Wis., Jan. 24. Twentv-thou-
i , . . . . . .
aauu pounos ox ueei nave arrived at Ash-
J .1 J . . - r. ...
aim, ui uuuauou 01 r-w 11. of KM. to
Ashland poor, and a committee is
Th tad Cj
ts largely an
creat benefit from
Scot s Emusicn
.ana. a BWnwB a B
of cod-liver oil with llypo-
pnospnues, a lat-iooa rapia
of assimilation and almost
as palatable as milk.
American Catarrh Cure.
The American Catarrh Cnre is the resnlt of 91
years etuity and treatment of the dicae. Ota
bu'.lle rant iuc-s the most tkepllca'. It Is always
reaiy f r -, nooiinp- neither doactaer nor atom
lacr. It m-torc. the hoarine. cores the hawking
ranch a-d expectorating, removes the head c he
aaa nose meeting. increa-aine annex re, pro-
duM, nnnd slee.i. iniffnratp lha whnla .m: i-a
and Inrrea-es the vila'ily. Prepared mly by W.
o. rfone. w. u.. no. r-orca r.ievenia suvei.
rniiaccijii-.i. ar maiaa any wocrv. tor II
For tl hy all tlrnei"t.. tlartsA Wahnsen.
aboh-sal. arntr-tscdgS Xinclcanth street,
The largest line of Fancy Goods,
Decorated China and Toys at
1318, IS. Third Ave.
WholoKle Dealer and Importer of
Wines and Liquors
1616 and 1618 Third Ave
40 Hours Away
A trip of two-score hours, wHl take
you where the weathers warm
THOriASVILLE, OA., or
JACKSONVILLE or TAMPA,
A pleasant and continuous journey
via the Chicago and Eastern Illinois,
Louisville and Nashville and Savannah,
Florida and Western R. R's can be
made for a short time, at very low
rates. Write to
CHAS. W. HUMPtlREY,
17a East Third St., Sc. Paul, Miaa.
Or CHAS. L. STONE.
Cca. Pan. Agt. C. & . L R. R.. Chicagc. U.
Catarrh! Citarrh! Catarrh!
iKn lor llnrt's Anti-SvMlic ami Med-
. . 1 . . , ... . ...
lcaicu j reutniciii lort'atarrb
AstLma, Bronchial and l.tin-r
It It tbe only remedy which has ever eared Ca
larrn perraaneany in in. snort period of ftoat
three to live week. A forfait of atSO to ant
person who cen.ot b eaied of arsal or throat
estarrk in tha tim. mentioned . Call ea Wsstsre
scent Hefereace to those who hive been per
BMnently cared. For farther taformation call on
W. II. OSBOKNE,
Fetmtnant and Western Agent, -Room
I, P ja Block, bavtapott, lows
flew wf riaavl MrtUrSBeat.
taut af Daniel O'Brien, deceased.
Vahile notici is hereby alTra that the ander-
slaatd. UarH "rows, be this day fled hie anal
report aad senieawat a. sack In the conaty court
nt Rock lalaad coanty. and that an order has
BMW eBttiwa By aaw coar npwnxnsa inn ana. nr
port, tnrless ohjeetiow. thereto or erase to the
eantrary be Shawn on or Be lore us ar aioaaay
of Febraary. A. D. WBt. and l ipai tl. Real ap
proval of said report, ta. raid OevM Biowa win
Ssk for aa order wf dlairihatina. and will also ak
In be dlacBarftea. an (traan lawnaaianar
ilSrd to attend
Rock Miaou. LU., dsn. li, inwa.
Bxretttor ofihSlsst-wu. aad testsatsat of Daa-
w. atrtn. of a aecetal axeewtion aad fee Mil Ha.
Ml iatoJCoetet th. tWrk'sotloeM the circuit
eoarfef fcoR law4 SBwnty .and state of luiaota.
tad to aie directed, weereoy i ass eonuaaaaea o
taaba tbe aaxraat of a certain jadamswt recently
obtained amhnM iC W. Mocker in favor ef TB.
u.ia ttatlntial Bank ef Rock bland, ill .oat of
the htada, tcaeairata. goods and chatties of the
raltaereiMam. w. aoaar.
Bpoa the foUowrns nrapetty. toarlt : All that part
nr portion of Big lalaad lylaz la Rock river that
Itesbnweta tha wett line of the right of way of
the Rocs Itlsnd aaa Pteria Railway company,
and the east line ot tection number filteenOSiand
tweaty-tww a la township number aereateea
(17) north range two we-t of th. fourth Brtn
wirMlaanridhuu (alba ceunty of Mock lil aad aad
' - - - a ,i r t d . "- j
iwwa'""- ,T- 'T-,,a -a Jf-i.
Thetefute, accwruirn iwaam mai- i anauaa-
poaeforasleatpabllc aactioa all the right, title
aadlnteraatof the above nanrrd, C. W. M saber
hi aad w the ahovw doMrihed properly, on rrl-
day. the twa eay er January. " p. . .
t tha eonh omr of the ronrt Iloare. la the
citv of Hock Island, in the eoanty of Rock Island
and state or iiuiota, ror caaa in nana, w anumy
said rxec itloa aaa ret mii.
Usted at Rock Island this "rd day ef Janaary,
A, D. 184 ciKUBU.wuiiun,
eoena or kock aeianv mmny. iniiana.
a. c. cosBBXtT. a. d. coaxtixT.
CONNELLY At CONNELLY.
iTmvETii AT I. IW it K-k Island. Ill
A Office Second door, over Mitchell Lrn-a'S
bank. alon. y loaned.
E. PARM ENTER.
TTORNBY AT LW Omce ia Ifitck.Il A
I Lyase's sew oioca
JACKPOhi V HURST.
dTTOHNEYS AT IAW-Offine n Heck Island
rt national nans ouiiuiug, hock isiano, iu.
w, D. SWBWBXT. C t. 1UH
SWEENEY & vVALKER.
ATTOPUBTS ANrCfCfrBLIX)R8 AT LAW
rt once la Een tton. diock. rock isiaao, iu.
CHARjLES J. SEARLE.
TTOR BY AT LAW LKOAL DUSrSKSS Or
rt all k;nia t"-iei !v alteed-d to. Mte' At
torney ot bctk bland coanty. Oface: Fost
ATTORN Eta AT LAW Lni money on good
aecnriiy, stake collection, ttejerenea,
Mitchell at tytuier backers. OtSce fa Fostodke
8- W. ODELL-
A TTOBNCT AT LAW Formerlvof Port Bnon.
rt and darfrgthe tat two yeais with the firm of
Broamlnt A Kn riken at Molire. h now op. ned
an office in tbe Auditoriam buiiaing. rjom S, at
PBTalCIA ANOSUif .KON--1131
Third A veaoe.
Telephone 1170, Sock Island, III.
Oface Hoars: 10 a.m. to a m.. 1 to 3 D. m. and
I. K. HoUowbnth. X. O. Oon.K.bartb,at.D.
DRS. BARTH & HOLLO WBUSH
PHYSICIANS AND SCBQEONS
OiBce 40K-d at, Iclephoae lets
KeeidenceTII aiat tt. - UM
Dr. Barth I Dr. Uollowbuth
s 10 iu a. ta. 1 10 to 14 a.m.
lBBlaadTtoSp.au I I to 5 and 7 to Bp. ta.
DR. CHA8.M ROBINSON,
CTB. BAB, KOsB. AND THROAT ONLY
i- IMBc aXeOoiloagh fculidlne. lt Mf. Ml Bt,
Hoam: tnl am: 1 to torn.
R M. PEARCE
flBNTIST Room 83 ia atltcaeU A Lynda's new
v twa, aaa elevator.
HAWTHORNE dc SILVIS.
rtKNTISTS So ms oecoa avenoe, over Kr.;l
DRS BICKLE or SCHOEMAKER,
rttNTAL eTJRGBONs Mitchell Lyndct
w . aoonu sr-at. traaa suavawn
IBCniTKCr, Bock lalaad. 111. Office
GEO. P. STATJDnRAR.
BRcniTBCT- riata add aaperinteaaene. for all
al clBBi of Beilditga. Bomas as sad 30. Mitch-
. 1 M. IjnAm hni.nl... . .
W. A. DARLING,
Boford block over kiBgabnry's store.
LABOR, TIME, MONET
Use it your own way.
It is the best Soap made.
For Washing Machine use.
oa::::x & msm.
-r--i'r" 1 lull 1 1 nam I
trTk-t!' e-i'y.T fuTin?"
A. D. HUESING,
other time-tried sua w.11
OBatpajnes, tie foltawts,.
Batta. Qrrmam las. Oraapany, Bnffalo'.w
.ii.i., i afaTaraier. a T
CWseas Inn. Oo, of Fttttbarr, Pa.
Pna tire Often, London.
unina inn. vo 01 uaiironna.
Bstaiftl las. Co., Bew Haven, Coan
tllwrnaaos Maeaaawa In. n a.i t
fire las. Co. ef Paorla.tll.
Offioo Cor 18th St, and 2d Ave,
. Rock Island, iu
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
lpreaenting over 40 Million DoUari
of Cash asseti
Tiro Life, Tornado.
. . Aooident, Marine,
Bonds of Suretyship
OFFICB Btmgstoala Mack Bock ItlsoJ, lilt.
uarrates: they will interett yor.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fir. and Tune-tries Computet
Losses Promptly Fail
Bates as tow as any reliable aompaay rtn sBort
soar ranwaaae m sojiciieo.
STATE SAVZUaS BAITS.
t)kVpaMFm4anthatiet bad Third Avs.
Baceceda the afoline savhucs Eaaa. Orrutised IBB
S Per Cm HTKri .'ill II IffOSHl
OrgsslBsi eader Btate Laws.
Open from fl a. m, ts S o aru, aad Wedsesdsy sad
Batorday alabts frcmT to 8pm
Puaika Bauaaa, Preaident
H. A. Answoatav. - Vlce-rrraldaxt
. F. HaaaaWAT, ... csthier
C A, Roao, H. A. Araaworth,
S. H. Bdararda. W. H. Adataa.
raTtnsrf. nj a am an way.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
mi da for private parties ia the aardra
spot of th. west by the
Orchard State Bank
of OttCHABB, NKBRA8KA.
B, W. Dabt, Presldeat.
J. B. Dan Cssktct.
MncheTI A Lvade. Bankwtn
J- F. aWbtston, cashJar Bock Ialsad hsUonsl
C C. Carter, bt. D.
wary uerre boos, Whoieaale Greets.
Xfuihu XTwTTtklog rrott a Tint
Bltt ffiTiftcffrMif tea CirciM Ttnt.
Xub Cntibn ft fHdftlty.
No. 1724 Third Ave.
A. XX. ck It. J. PARKER.
Telephone No. 1214.
loixxi Volk 5c Co,
Stuik. Doora, Blinds, Sidinr, Flooring
AmlanaJaaea eodwrk for baildsr.
BlphUnath tit. bsUl h rl aad F.arlk smart.