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S - I- nir.i i ir ""I I I . - I - , rwnio.
H -Cs- I 1 1 I I X llaqtcst Held Onr Mn. JUnr. el sr.
from Sun to
it she uses Santa Clans'
boap. It cleans quickly,
well, the clothes you
you use. In the laundry it saves clothes, and
makes your work light Get a cake of
at once, and give it a
- Mode only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, CHICAGO.'
This is the time of year when In going through
our stock we find many things that must be
cleared away for spring stock.
Now Is the Time
To catch us giving bargains. Come In acd get
yo jr share of the offerings. Wet weather wl
make you want new shoes. Come early.
the pond drugs saseld be Bead.
They are ptosayt, safe and certain Is wit Til m
Mia I. ba anywhere, 1.0.
For Sal by A. J. Relsa. druggist.
Representing Batons; other time
tried and well known Tr Insur
ance Comnantaa toe- following:
Matter German Isf Co Rochester, H 1
Westchester Fire " -...New Tort
Badalo Otnui .......Buflnl. M 1
Spring Gardoe miladelpta
genuanFtte - ...... Peoria, II)
Raw Bsmptnlre MaaeheatBT. S a
Milwaukee Mechanics . MUioauSen. WW
osaitf new naran.Coai
Office eoraer xiftteontli street and
1 avenne, aeoood Boor.
J M. BUFOftD,
Thee w ao4 Time-tried
I a at tow aay raUabla: caa
, BILLY, CATTON'S
White Seal saloon
1815 Second Avenue.
wear, the dishes C
trial. Sold everywhere.
1704 Second Ave.
If k B&HBSR
SMBthty, rsralatinc Biedlclns. Onlf k
iwaat tbe best, fat
Uht Peal's) aeeerd
Rock Islaod. III.
A Wonderful Arena.
Magnolia avenne, which lias been the
pride of Xiivcrido from its founding,
aud rmcn nag won a national repata
tiou as a boulevard, has bad two de
fects. The street leadins to it went
usually dusty aud disagreeable, while
mo darkness of the avenue, owing to the
denRu foliage of the overhanging pepper
trees, made it a rather dismal evening
drive. All that ia at au end. It is now
possiblo to drivo from the heart of town
over macadamized streets, perfectly free
from dust and mud, direct to the peer
less Magnolia avenne, and if the drive
be taken in the evening arc lights are
encountered every 800 feet, giving
splendid illumination. When the ave
nue is reached, there is presented sncb
a aight as ftw, if any, towns possess.
The electric poles are but 124 feet apart;
and from tlime brackets project about
three feet From each bracket hangs a
cluster of three incandescent lights cov
ered, with a refloctor, which throws the
light on to the driveway.
As one stands at one end of this row
of lights but four or five of them can be
distinguished as individual lights, the
remainder forming a continnous chain
of Are which seemingly stretches away
for untold miles beneath the verdant
canopy of the arching pepper trees.
Modern as is the scene, it impresses the
beholder as an oriental fantasy worthy
of the Spanish Moors. The imagined
extent of the wondrous chain of fire,
however, is in a degree au optical illu
sion. Instead of being miles in length,
it is but a little over a mile. Instead of
there being untold thousands of lights,
one is amazed to learn that there are
but 150, suspended from bat 60 poles.
Lea Angeles Times. -
Tha Moat Fatal
. It la not generally known that
more adults die ' of Kidnev trouble
than any other disease. When the
first symptoms of this disease appear
no time should be lost ia taking Foley's
Kidnev Cure, which is guaranteed or
money ' refunded. Sold by M. F.
Bah a ten. . -. -
Jast try a 10 eent box of CascareU,
the laest lirer and bowel re ra later
THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY, FBBBUABY 17. 1897.
". 1 A" ' filinnPN ' "CIIUIinKlO I Uiioiud m rli 'nan a I -
Death came to Mrs. Oscar Kamsev.
. . . . . - - J't
Scars, rather suddenly at 6 o'clock
it eveniao-. I
01 scars, ran
r. . . . .
w hue encased at sewing ahe fell
back in the chair, easoed a few
times, and was dead. Mr. Ramsey
alarmed the neighbors. Mrs. Ram
sey had been a sufferer from neural
gia. Coroner Eckhart was sum
moned to hold an inquest. He
pannelled a jury composed of Dr. W
1 J . m . ...
u. xxiuj, ioreman, a. a. Alien, l3uis
Ecktart. Jr.. Jacob Waldman. R. M.
Stark ey and George Xash. A ver-
atct tnat death was canted from neu
ralgia of the heart was retnrned.
Mrs. Ramsev comnlained nf fpl-
injr ill Monday and Taesday, but her
condition was not considered sum.
cientlv serious to warrant the calling
of a physician. She was 88 years of age,
J 1 1 1 . 1 B
uu ib Burviveu oj ner nusoana ana
six children. Mrs. Ramsey was mar
ried five months ago to her second
husband, the snrvivincr children ha.
ing by her first husband. ' '
1 WO TAILS.
Also Two Tales.
Several years aro one of the pop
ular humorists, scientifically in.
clined, concluded to make some ex
periments with iced tea, the popular
. a;i m 1 1 . 1 .
suiuiuec uiui. j.n result 01 ms in
vestigation is given in his own
'I secured a samrtle of the tea at
one of the restanranta in town tn irnt
a fair average of the article used. I
tne nousehoid pump; it was stirred
into alarp-e tnb filled with witer and
in a moment the color of the tea had
disappeared. Anyone will admit that
tais solution would seem harmless
even to the healtbv lower animals.
We had tome young puppies in the
barn yard and I procure.) two r.f the
smallest of them: thev were allowed
to lap at the liquid and then their
heads were held undor the water for
15 minutes. It resulted in the death
of both the puppies and the danger.
ons properties of the dangerous
properties of the decoction were
It is ail very well to have a bit of
fun from the experiments in food
and drink, but there are manv nowa.
days who are really hurt, and hurt
seriously irom the use of coffee.
A new breakfast beverage has
been produced which looks like cot
fee in the deep seal brown color and
which changes to the rich golden
brown of thick Mocha when cream is
aaaea. it nas Deen introduced ex
tensively this season, and i made
from cereals, the common ?rain of
the field. It is nourishing- and
healthful, without having the hurt.
ful properties of cjffee. The went
est stomach can handle the erain
coffee and the taste and the color is
so agreeable and coffee-like that it
fills the place nicelv. This fnnd
drink, Fostum, can be given to small
cm.uren regularly lor colleeat break
fast and is nourishing and fattens
their bodies. It is a liquid food
made from the grains the Creator in
tended for man's subsistence. Man
ufactured by the Postum Cereal com
pany, Lim., Bottle Creek, Mich.
'Just as good" as Postum Cereal
are words used to defraud the public
Tim Force of Habit.
On the day before the execution ; tho
Keeper lutorms the doomed man that a
visitor wisncs to see him. '
"Do you know who he is?" asks the
"Well, just ask him if he wants to
collect a bill, and if he does tell him to
call tomorrow." Strand Magazine.
In Rome crowns of the leaves of vari
ous trees were given to the actors in the
cirens and theater in various sports.
DID TOU EVER suffer from real ner
vousness? When eerjr nerve seamed
to quiver nitb a peculiar, ctfcepy
feelinz. first in one place, and then another
and ail seemed Anally to concentrate In a
writhins jumble in the brain, and you be
come Irritable, fretful and peevish; to Ca
followed by an impotent, ircakcccaoodi
tion of the nerve centers, nasi as in the
ears, and sleepless, miserable n:fhts?
Mrs. Eugene Scarics,
110 Sioontoa St, Elk
hart, Ind-, says: "Iter
vocs troubles had made
mo nearly insane and
physicians were unable
to hein me. M r Eerdnrv
wa almost pone and every little thine
worried me until I was .aimoGt distracted.
I really feared I was becominr a ssanias. 1
imagined aU sorts of evil things and would
cry over nothing. I commenced takln; Dr
Miles- Bestorative Nervine aud four bottles
cf this wonderful remedy completely cored
mo, and lamas well now as 1 ever was."
Dr. KUes Nervine is sold
asstuiiHwa betaeat or
w of latereat From tho Baaka of tho
Milan. Feb. 16. Somebody made a
unu,icu. ig. WDieiwur mint I
light mistake ia sanding valentine,
, . Jl
lady received one
a shoemaker of our
- - - a
wn and the latter got the "Bloom-1
Girl" valentine. Some one should
A party of voanjf folks from Bock
Island. Sonth Rne.tr Ta1ni anri ti1t
numbering abont twenty-five, passed
very pleasant evening at tne borne
r. ... . . . .
air. anu Aire. a. r . orasnar. east
Milan. Mr. Brashar waa the vie-
tim of the surprise.
inursdav evening sixteen ladies
and gentlemen from Angustana col
lege came to Milan in a bobsled.
They spent the evening at Mrs
Brashar s restauranl where supper
Was Served. Thev hronirht tn naif
with them and teemed to enjoy them
selves very much.
Washington's birthdav will he cel
ebrated at the town 'hall, and the
ladies of the Presbvterian chnreh
have prepared a program as well as
a farce in two acta nti!aa-l oPmi1tf
Flnrry," which will be given by
borne talent. This will be the first
Washington celebration in Milan and
it looks as if it would be a success.
The guests at the Mack-Kehoe
WeddiD? Mondav wera tho Minoi
MaymeHeffernan, Ella and Mary Hee
Ion, Clara Johnson, Lucy McGuinn.
of Rock Island ; Ed Heffernan, of Rock
Island: John Mack and .Tampa M .rk-
of Wanlock: Mr., and M ra. Steve
Holdworth, Mrs. J. Ilampsen and
Mrs. Grace Mackin. of Rock Tsln.I-
Mr. aud Mrs. Widrow. ; of Moline:
Mr. and Mr. Van Buren, Mrs. David
Anderson, Miss Ella Gannon, Miss
Lizzie O'Hare and Miss Bertha Hin
derer. of Milan. - and Miss Berth
Steinhauer, of Preemption. The
young folks received many handsome
Bliss . Alice Stray er enter
tained a number of her friends
at her home in South Rock Isl
and Saturday evenine. Those
present were Mioses Lena Jens,
Emma Sanderson, Clara Ague, Anna
Mauttausch, Hattie Hayes, Susie
Woodruff and ViBta Sears; Messrs.
Arthur Mead. Ciiv Hp. Ilanm
Carstens, Arthur Jens, Edward Sears.
truest Hayes, John Hynes, ClifT
Smith, Otto Mauttausch; Mr. and
Mrs. Montgomery. The young folk
passed the evening in games and
mubio. Mrs. L. B. Strajer assisted
by Miss Rose Strayer served an ele
gant supper, and it was morniner be
fore the guests departed. The
event was a success in every way.
The celebra'.ion given Friday even
ing in honor of Abraham Lincoln's
birthday in the parlors of the M E
church under the ausDices of thn V
M. B. society wa3 a complete success
in every way, and the large audience
pieaent was well pleased with the
program, which included an invoca
tion by Kev. J. B. R utter, mandolin
uuet, March of Pasha's Guaid, Mrs
tt. E Little and Charles RucreL Mrs.
II. J. Buyett, piano accompaniment
with male quartet. The Wayside
meesrs. . w. nJcuaskrio, J.
B. Ratter, D. W. Matthews and tt.
E. Little; recitation. The Drummer
Boy. Mrs. William Johnson; ladies'
qaaitet. Whippoorwill song, Mes.
dames Eva Johuson, Laurence Mar
tin, F. G. White and E. L. Rhoadar
mer, with Mrs. R. E Little as ac
companist; address, An Illinois
Statesman. H. M. McCaskrin, of
Hock Island; piano solo. Carnival cf
Venice, Mrs. H. G. Huyett; address,
heligious Character of Lincoln. Rev,
J. B. Butter; mandolin duet, Sie
Nicht Bat; lady quartet. Solemn Mid
night; male quartet. Come Away;
America, by the audience. After the
ptogram refreshments were served
in the dining room under the church,
and all voted the affair a grand suc
Brooke'a Uieac Uatad.
Brooke and his famous Chicago
Marine band are coming, and will give
a concert at the Burtis opera house,
Davenport, tomorrow evening. This
will be one of the greatest musical
treats ever offered in this citv, the
program to be presented bein fall
01 the melodious tuneful kind of
music which is always the feature of
the concerts by this band. Every
music lover is sure to find something
interesting to them in a pro
gram prepared by Mr. Brooke.
One or more instrumental sole num
bers ate given at every concert, and
Miss Sibvl SammU. a .nm.. .nnr.r.n
of great beauty whose career is be-
idr waicnea wuh the utmost inter
est by the most astute critics of the
country, will a'sobe heard. Darin?
the past year the Chicago Marine
band has plated manv of thn mnst
important engagements in America.
notablv thf" I'ltt.Knrr I
a series of 100 concerts in Philadel
phia. In both cf these
its Success Was an im..t ikit it
have been engaged to play at the
inaugural exercises ; in Washington
Electric Bitters ia a
ed for any season, bnt perhaps more
k wnen tne languid ex
hausted feeling prevails, when the
liver is torpid and arnrriah ami the
ned of a tonic and alterative is felt.
A prompt use of this medicine has
often averted long and perhaps fatal
bilious fevers. 3fo medicine will act
more surely .- in Counteracting and
freeing the system from the malarial
poison. Headache,' indigestion, con
stipation, disslaess yield to Electric
Bitters. 50c and f 1 per bottle at
Harts A Uilemeyers store.' -
Otad TMlBga so sukaa StSTanre.
Foley's Honey and Tar gives qu'ck
and positive relief to all eases. Sold
by M- F. Bahasan. -
of Theea Stetaeaaau Abaotately
A. W. Sharper. l Prospect street,
Indianapolis, lad., says: Grati
tude Dromnts m in Brit. i... c..
I w u 0111
art's Dyspepsia Tablets completely
- j-foaaai M SBUlfSl tSU ID DaGld
cured me of nervous d vsneMial from
hich I had suffered for the last f onr
years. I had tried many remedies
ithont results, but am ennui
and have gained In flesh, sleep well
and have none but worda f ni..
tor Stuart's Tablets."
Mrs. Sarah A. Skeela. Lvnnwiii-
Iowa: 'It has been eix montha ainro
took Stuart's Dvsnenaia Tnita
and am tally enred. Have not had a
particle ol distress or difficulty since.
This is ia tbe face ot the fact that I
had suffered from stomach tmnh'a
tor 25 years and was pronounced in
curable bv tbe doctors "
James Kewmestes, Esq Claire.
Wis., savs: "Two 60 cant nack.rrca
of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets did me
more good than any remedy I had
ever before tried. They hit the spot
with me, and I once more have an
arjrtetite acd can eat what I nluu
without fear of distress and bloating
Dr. Harlandson relates tha. mm nf
Misa Helen Shnlna. of Vaahvlllo whn
was cured of dispepsia and gained 18
Donnas in weipni alter annarinv
1 - 0 ---i
from stomach trouble for eicht veara.
xne aoctor uses tnem in ail stomach
troubles because they are not a secret
patent meaicme, out contain pure
pepsin. Diastase, fruit acids, and
valuable digestives, which digest the
food whether the stomach works or
not, gives it the needed rest and a
cure is the nstnral result.
Dr. Jennison aava ninn-tAntha nf
disease is caused by indigestion, and
oiuans uyspepsia xaoiets 1 tne
. ll art . sen . a .
safest and best cure, because they
are not a secret patent medicine.
bat contain the valuable digestive
principles needed by every weak
stomach, and a whole box wnnld nnt
hurt a child, being absolutely harm
All drucrMgts sell Stuart's Dva
pepsia Tablets at 50 cents per pack
age. Send to Stuart company, Marshall,
Mich., for little book on avmntoma
ana treatment 01 stomach troubles
A new scheme has been adopted by
lutjre at uo., 01 juoune, whereby it
ii intended to ascertain who the men
are in the employ of the company.
their position and condition, the ob
ject being to learn who are tbe most
worth of work. Last pay day each
man received a slip of paper in Lis
envelope, printed upon which was
tut 01 questions, asking tbe name,
address, whether married or ctnrl
how many children, how long he had
worked in Molioe, by whom em
ployed last, and if
of his family is engaged with Deere
ana 11 so. in wuai capacity.
The idea is also to prevent new com
ers from crowding out the older resi-
aents wno are entitled to the work.
Tbe man who stands idly by and
sees the life fading out of bis wife's
face, sees her health going, sees her
becoming old end faded and wrin
kled when she should still be in the
perfect enjoyment of vigorous, use
ful health, is either leaa than
or else does not know of the one rem!
edy which will bring her back to
health and strength. Perhaps her
husband cannot persuade her to go
to her doctor, because she naturally
I rr nii a tha tna.ti.kl. : .. ,.
. - . u . i.viiinwiQ CAiuJiliBllUDS
and -local treatments." He can per
suade her, if she needs persuasion
to take Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre.
senption. This truly wonderful
medicine ' has cured hundreds of
women after the best physicians
nave iiura. it nas Deen In constant
use, and tested every day for SO
years. It isn't an experiment, there
are no cnances aooul it. It Is a cer
tain cure for all derangements, weak
neses. irregular itlea and dianlac.
ments of internal organs peculiar to
BheaaatiaeB Cosed ia a Dor.
Mvstio Cure" for rhanmatUm
and neuralgia radical! enrea in nu
to three days. Its action noon tha
system is remarkable and mysteri-
, . . .. -
oub. it removes at once the cause
and disease immediately disappears.
The first dose greatly benefits. 75
dents. Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, droggist, Kock Isl
and ; Gust Schleget &. Son, 220 West
Second street, Davenpoit.
1 A Mosul lid Mi
Cascarets Candy Cathartic, the
most wonderful medical discovery ot
the age. pleasant and refreshing to
the taste, act trentl mil 1-
b .' " . jnai irij
on the bowels, cleansinar the entire
. 1 u 19 .
;,wui, uni buiui, cure neadacbe,
lever, habitual constipation and bil
iousness. Please buy and try a box
of C. C a today; 10, 25, 60 cents.
Sold and guaranteed to cure by all
Tax Collector s otlee.
The taxes for 1896 are now due
and payable at tha law
O. E. Cramer. 1712 Sf.nnl aMn.
Bring last year's tax rectipts
and avoid delav in eearchincr tnr Am
scriptions. Hekkt Kroeobb,
Statistics ahuw that thnniMila ..r
infants and children vearlv dia of
membranocs croup. We do aot ex
aggerate when wa state that ewer?
one of these ' Innocents could have
been saved had Foley's Honey and
Tar been given them la time. Caa
yon afford to be without it ia vonr
household? Sold by M, F. Bahnsen
Caacarets stimulate liver kidaowa
and bowels Ksver aiekea. woakea
or gripe; 10 eeats. I
TO BUY CARP23TD is ohdeb to bi
BEADY FOR EARLY HOUOC OIGiniI70
We are receiving daily. Urge invoices of carpets ia all qualities,
colors and designs. Bay now while you have a large selection.
W. S. HOLBlOOK,
10S, 105 and 107 East Second Street, DAVENPORT. IA.
Ks-aU of Jkim w. Dm, Deceased.
ray nderpu.-ted bSTtef hee. enootntee a4mta
latrator of the ertate ot Jn4 W. Dm. lata of
aeoantyof Hoca laiand, vf fiinoia, de.
neyad. herrby rea notice ttit he will appeal
before the eoaaly court of Rocs Islaod coan
"ib ?c ,' the tiers of ai eourt. Is
52e?i!I Rwklalam, at the Marra WnaT oa
the first Monday ia Marco, aext. at whlck tins
a.l paraooa bavisc elalais aftioat aald -Mie
are nodflcd and raqoeates to attMd for tha
aarpoee of havtac tbe eaoM adJaateoU
All persona Indebted to aald eatete at teeneet
ed 10 nake Immediate parmeat to tho aader
Tated tats SSth day of Doreaker. A. D. last.
anatsorOeorran. Ke ly. decease.
The WBdersUnied hTln, been sfuuiuted ad
miniatratHs of the aetata of Ueorg- H. KaUr.
' f th" omtiitr of Bock I.luid. atato of
(llinola, deceased, hereby eivee notice that she
fill UM, kfnM tl.A . . . . . . , .
wi w..M iuhii ii mu leiaoe
ooonty, at the office of the clerk of nld conn, la
the ana) Monday in larch Bess, al whloh tine
au persons baring claim ajrainat asid estate are
oounco and requested to attend, for the parsons
All prreocs indebted tosald estate are roqaest
sd to make In msdiste payment as the aadar-
Dated this llth day of J an nary, A. D IfWT.
Am Kau.T, Admin tsumalx.
wiivi r nm orrser. oeceaacQ.
1'De nnuemla-ned saving boei. auiioiDtei admls
latralrlv Af th. miii. J 1 o
late of the eoonty of Rook labuad.
that ahe will appear before tbe ooaniy court
of nock Island county, at tne office of the clerk
of said eourt, ra the city of Buck laiand, at the
April term, on the dm Monday ia April
Beet, at hlrki il n . w-Li
afainat eatd estate are notided and reaueMcd to
Sit faM iH asa (Vo a...). m M k. A. . .
Sed. ' ' ' " -
All persons Indebted to said aetata are 1
2 toskeAa i-amedlsto payment to tha 1
thia SSth dav of Jan. A la.?,
Bamna BannaacKa. Adraralstrairlz.
Jacsnoa Uuaurr. AUurneye for Mais.
0TATI or rLLTHOIS,
Koob IrLajro Coubvt. f"'
Probate coort of Cook county. In the estate of
Mnry H. Sf.well. ai Inraoe penon.
By virtue of a decree of tbe probate court of
Vok county, lllinoi. anvewd on tbe Wh day of
Ttrcemb-r. A. !., 19kC. na ihe petltloa of Fta..k
Green, c-n r'stor ol O.rr U. Mnwe l. aa iiwans
par.'w, fo- levo ;ll ibi real eeta'e of tbe
aid Mary H. Mowell to piy debt of nld Mary H
Stowe'l.iirttln.eiaithi prorreda tberenf aa amy
be required by -ate rout. I anil, on Batantay. the
tWin tt-Mventh lar of Kewnary. a II., It'JT at
Ihe bmr or 11 oVick a m.. at the Judicial aelee
rootn of tbe t b:ca o l eal P'tate hoard. No. SI
Dvarlmrn stmit. In the city of 't iotg, coaoty of
Cook a-d lne 0 IHtnn'o. sll at ruaxic vendue
o the hl;-tier bid'le-fo-cab.at tba Internet of
-a,w , . . , 1 in .aa tn laromieett
and rri.1 ea ie doMvWd a. follnwa:
rab-lot ie (ho bl-k nine t) fta J. W. Spea.
. - " " i.. . - i.iMiui .ipo eao-iot nt ana
(7) of b oca fou'teealio la nieneer and Caeev
a :dhion to Nork l.:ar; alao kits ana m -- -
ffwAfl nt hl.wk 1 .1 . " ". . . '
i . . . . . . mtti nannioa to
Mock l-lanl. ail fa wed la tbe diy of aerk. Isl
and, c un y f Hoe t Is sad, and stale of luinoia
tjrratorof Mary aotowall.
t- Rest Cases, AUoraey. ewweu.
Master's 8 ale.
sTATt OF ILUNOIS, 1
Boca Isiiwn Coustt.
MaiuBela M. maiweaa va. Patrleh Cm, auw..
e. as no
Nlrtire fca hnrnlnr etnea .1... -. .
cree of . 7 JTT" t
il- - ,z ,r :. . anove aautied
eswe.oBthe lHth day of January, a U. itwr
noon, at .hVy... aZI'Z.'.S n tatarter-
ae r ah i.i.i " " noaea. in ths
... r""s i ioanva, mitif a (fjst COHOf T uf
7TB Vn !'in sBCf -aac's aiduioo to the
Doted al Stack Inland, Tfllnola. this let day of
th' new A ffk ttujr W. a a.
- W ae a nave. aLW . flUIITU,
sa-aasecs v. wmvmm I1WBB MWWt, 111.
O. . Baara ll. Complainant. Solicitor.
' Notice of Sale of Real Estate.
?TATS OF iLLiaoia,
By Vfr BO Of o daemtnt mrAmw rfHi.MMt.
cosrt of se'd cou-.tr entered a the Vmtmmrm
letm. A. D. lnm.ofa.ld coart.atbe to ttkoa of
ABdrew W AleconnelL sajariiaa of hetth. M
M tn !aMlksl 1 I .a nana WJ sVIWa.-.-:i fa.. , awn
Oonaell nod Uartley a Mcosnell. ntia ra. to
estate aeretnarter eeertlbed. btlnor
ioetoik.m I .r..n a-a . . - .1 .1...T,
ssy of Hsrrh. A. 1 . Ie7. ot the south door of
tho eoert hosee. In the city of Rork Isloaa.
county of kock Island 'na aaie n! I.llooia. at
tbshewr efSo'cne. tn the afioraone, of said
day sell all the tvU title, claim ad lateral of
said micorr. In, aad to le folker ( deernVd
re. I eeate, eitua'e la tbe coaa: of Mock laiand
ardMnJeXImnofeto-an t i
Taeweetoac hair (w or tbe north naet quarter
fU of aectia aisteaa (ll I it- t.- isa half
(HI of the BOPk-eaed qaarti r (ki of naetoa
rnaeen (17 1, all ra towanl.tprlxteea nL sortk
en aero fit. eaat of taa ham whi
Opal merloun. asalsialas aaa bias aad aail
sixty (IS 1) arres.
a sale will ke made nt naMlc sintim n
the fcifVaost aad Beat Moaler fw ca-h la aaao.
Asnasv w. stOenu,
Jxsxsoa A BtTBec Aisarsays.
. B. Kama. Haaatar.
And One 4 u'cibck JIatlaee 4
Monday Night, Feb. 15.
The HoMen Comedy 60.
lutrodudnr herweea acts the IslsH
sclent isc wonder
-irl' ,rr "? seen Ins when imnja.
aiad by a pereoa wuk one Ball soe asUashttsa
Btis Opera House,
Thursday, Febrtuuy 18.
Greatest Popular Muaio Band m
Aslik by the rhsasastasl Pm.
Mico Gibyl O am mis
ACharmiocaae Beaatif al Msas Osesss, '
n,i, M an . -w m- . a. a
.!...- JZ'y noBoj oa sue as
- "T""r ex pioas BU.
mk; pi 1 una
- orraoiat rraucavsaa.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Rock Island Sayings Bank;
- w- mww ai. nj rnuraor. laai na
mode to the And nor of rub!ic AcSMamUkof tha
Urate of Illiooia. par nsat lo law
Uiaossnd dismals . I oriaaT
""n-r Bumia aad Mocha as oue
Cask n hand " ITjSI
tue trow nt her hanks " asalas
Other Real Keta'e " U S
raniltnre aad fiataree 107a
fjarrntia hu.m. . ..T
ciectiot..:....: Tr.."; tZ.
'jck paid la.. .$ im.ftW SS
worn. a aw SS
JsTlUiS Iietoalia eutiji-ct to aoficeV.V SM.111S at
TslsTraf Vnffl tali art aawa tm0 I nav. m ml sLnt
Ie 10 other bank I.S74
T tUMK SS
STATE OF tLUVOI.
Coanl of Bock islaod. (
I. P. Greenawalt, cadi Wnf the Rurk I. land Sao.
Irur. Bank, d auSraanly swear that the okoee
Utement ia trae. tn tbe hrt of my knowledge
and belief. F. UdESXAWACT.Caahnw.
Sabarr bed sad awora to before me this Has
dr of Feamarr, 17. k.J. tLlSSiV.
Bksj.1 ttotary Fabllc.
j ' ' vaiiaaj or Lav
Manhood. Imrjotene. kmsu. - ir
V" airiT. aaeniai worry, i alanine ana of le
Insanity, Witbenery M order we ra wrn
oa. S boaes (sr sleVeWi.
hsTl J-"- CSMFAaE. - - "
or vp 1 urn. waica tna not
iTS ftaWali jsWasTa,
Betsta of Andrew Fesreoa, Onoaonea.
naraa-U of aha last wih sad testasasataf a bom
Fearroo, lata ot the eonaty of Bnih InaanaL
mat. of Ui'noia. Susaiia. hareky sros Bonos
tot she iwffl 1 1 bi wrote the eoaaty eoart of
Sock Island aaaetf, at the oShse of soe eserkaf
aald court, ra Ban etsy of Bjnek UksseCa? m
AprH term, oa the Brat a ..lay la Aoril
aa all at saad eaena m. . . - - .
attend f. ihe sari in of harass tba 'aaMsai
ai - e Vwkfaary. A. B . SSCf.
Ci ana Fsanaoa. SSbjIi nSjaliS.
The 1 1 islsnana
Va. annnaef tbioaoi
T oratlea emynasj
of either Bear.