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I Daily A OCK BLAND ROT 115 KOCK ISLAND, FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 18S9, PRICE FIVE CENTS. AX vountvii- no; ss Nights Sleep. e " Pnr nearly a month I was not able to sleep, but after ustni? Fame's ( KLKRY COMPOCWT) for two days. In somnia fled and strength return ed." . O. Smith, Clauxsen, 8. c. " 1 have taken ! a prt f l,onlft of PftHe'9 Celery Com- E.wwnw. from whlrb I bnve Buffered ,lV ArTCUPT. I'eoritt, ill . i-..,n,MnnH nirw1nfaa Aitn ami 1111 inn o I'icrp l IfMirii, it KictuwwoN t Co., BurKngton. Vt. DIAMOND DYES iSl Davi- Block, Moii illinois. Mr .iil:ic-il'n. A V . t .Vt . "on'uln ollP iiHrninii'iruff. lik rtotn . . ittH ifUHrntira ciirp ior BiPepit-ss-!,' Mir "''"'f".v followed. mi -4, 5 ft ...(- 1 1 r s--i THE MOLINE WAGON. The If ohne jiolfve, 4, ItosTflcarers ol FARM, SPRING and FREIGHT WAG0H8 i fslrtiK) rm,,i,, lnft f rXATFOFM snrt other Sprlr Warons. srr1al'y sdupted to Ow tti'-mri, irnil .- nf mipiTir workmanship nnil fln'hh IHa-irutrd Price Lift free on npr liPBiiim. See th a .NE AUiN lictorc purclmnut.' Mew Elm Sreet Grccer7 DANQUARD & BROWNER FJLOXTR AND FEED Family Groceries and Provisions, Tlif y soi'u it a cbare of the trade and will make prices as low as tie lowest. 'JVlnj-hoi connections. HIVE THE NEW FIRM A TRIAL. " - i- - . j . i . F. C. Hoppe, No. 1.8OR Second Ave., Rock Island, 111. 3XTOTICE, You can get Tin Ware Glass Ware, Crockery, Dry Goods, Notions and Jewelry cheap at WEST END PAIR -'neror SeTfTii.h St.. CARPETS AND - New Patterns for Spring 1889, received dailv- 1 . "ax U W, PETERSEN'S, 212 PRICES LOWER .am " Tor a loner time T wbb bo nurvnim anri ann ont that t could not work. I tried many medi- chips, but none jrave me relief until I used Paine's Celery Compound, .which at onoo atrengrheticd and invigorated my nerves." HiW.IT SHKHUAN, BUrUUfftOO, vt. Paine's Celery Compound quickly quiets and strengthens thenervea, whet) irritated or weakened by overwork, excesses, disease, or shock. It cures nervousness, head ache, dyspepsia, sleeplessness melanoholis, and other tflsordura of tha nervous system. Tones up the Shattered Nerves For two year I was a sufferer from nervous debllltv, and I thauk God and the discoverer ot the valuable remedy, that Paine's Celery Com pound cured me. Let any one write to me for Hrtvice." gkoroc W. Bocton. Stamford, Conn. LACTATE D FOOD ST Want m. DAVIS & CO, PLUMBERS ! -AKD- Steam Fitters. A complete stock of Pipe, Brass Goods, Packing, Dose, Fire Brick. Etc. Sole Apcnts for BEANE STEAM PUMPS, axd SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS. Wa narante every one perfect, an1! will send Capa, Twenty day's trial, to responsible parlius. Safety Heating Boilers, and Contrao tors for furnishing ami laying Water, Gas and ewer Pipe. 1712 Fikst Av., Ilock Island, Illinois. Talaphona 1118. Beaiduucc Telephone 100. Wagon Co., nx. and Third avenue. Rock Island. WALL PAPER, - West 2nd St., Davenport. THAN EYER. BANISHED TO SIBERIA. TERRIBLE SUFFERI MGS ENDURED BY A PAIR OF" EXILES. Pathetic Story of a Uuiian Woninii and Her llimbttiid on the Itoiul to Irkutsk. A Mother's AngniMi Why She WonM Not Accept PhotorRiih. Two of tho most lntorcsring politicals whom we met iii Irkutsk wert Mr. aurl Mrs. Ivan Cheraiuvsti, who were banished to Siberia by atministrative procuss in 1ST8. I became very well acquainted with them, nnd for Mrs. CborniavskJ ospec ally I came to foci the profoundest pity and n gaid. Pew women, oven in Russia, have tmd be foro the ago of U5 so tri gic and heart break iug a life, and still fe'vor hava maintained through buntships, sickness and ber-avnniont such choTt'ulness nnd cjurago. ' She was arrested ii. Od'.-ssa in the early part of 18TS, at the ae of about 2o, and after a long term of imprisoi meut waa mt by ad ministrative process to tho province of To bolsk. . I need not recount thi hardships and miser ies that she, a cultivate 1 aud relined woman, endured oa the road and in the roadside etapes between Kiev at id tha small town in the Siberian proviuco .if Tobolsk, where she and her husband had teen assigned a resi dence. BABY DEAD r HER ARMS. They reaehod their Jestinatiou at last; a child was there born tot bom and thoy lived there in something liko comfort until March, ISiSl. when Alexander 1 II carno to the throne and Mr. jCueniiavski was require.! to take tho oath of allegiance, lie reljused to do so a id they were sent far ther eastward to the town of Krasnoyarsk. A soconi refusal to take tho oath of allegi ance resulted in their b )big sent to Irkutsk. By this ttmo winter had set in, and they were traveliug iu au open tarantas with a dolicnta baby 13 montln of age. It was with the greatest difficulty hat Mrs. Cheruiavski could fceep her baby v.-arm, and nt the last station before reaching- Irkutsk she removed the heavy wraniings in which she had em velopod it and found it dead. With tho shock of this discovery she be came delirious, and we it, san- iathetic little nui-sery songs to her dc ad child, rocked it in her wins aud prayed aud cursed Ood by turns. In the court yard of tho Irkutsk forward ing prison. In a temper tturo of SO degs. below Eero, Mr. Cheruiavski stood for half an hour waiting for tho party to be formally re ceived, with his wife raving in delirium be side him and his dead rhild in his arms. Mrs. Cheruiavski lay at the prison hospital at Irkutsk until she recovered her reason, and to some extent her rtre igth, and then sha and her husband were sent 2,000 miles farther to the northeastward undi r guard of gendarmes, end colonized in a Yakut settlement known as the Bataruski oo'oos, situated in the "tiuga" or primeval viiderness of Yakutsk, ttt3 miles from the nearest town. There, suffering airiest evory conceivable hardship and privation, they lived until ia4, when the minister of the interior allowed them to return to a noro civilized part of Siberia. NOT AIAOVTEIi A riCTTltE. Mrs. Cheriuavaui, when 1 muda her ac quaintance, was a pale, Jelicnto, hollow- chucked woman, whost health had been com- pletoly wrecked by yjorscf kupruoumeut, banishment and grief. She had had two ciul.lrcu, aud had lost them both in exile under circumstances that made the bereavement almost intolerable; for seven years she had be-in separated by a dis tance of many thousand miles from all other kindred; and the future seemed to hold for her absolutely nothing except the love of the husband whoso exile si o could still share, but whose interests she could do so little in her broken state of her 1th to promote. She had not been able to step outside the bouso for two months, and it seemed to mo when I bade her good-1 y, that her life of un- happiness ana suaeru.g was drawing to a close. "I felt profoundly sr.rry for her whilo lis tening to her story my fuee vas wet with tears, almost for the li-st time since boyhood and hoping to give fcer soma pleasure and to show her how sincerely I esteemed her and how deeply I sympath-ze'd with her, I offered her my photograph, ni. tho only memento could leave with her. To my great aurpriso she sadlV but firmly nrmiy declined it, aiid said: "ilaay years ago I had a photograph of a little child that I had lost. It was the only one in existence. and I could not get another. "The police raado a tearcb one night In my bouse and took away all my letters and photographs. 1 told tlicm that this particu lar picture was the only portrait I had of my dead boy. "The gendarme ofScor who conducted the search promised me u; ku his word of honor that it should be retui ned to me, but I never saw it aguiu. I made a vow then that it should not be possible t or tho Russian govern ment to hurt me so a tecond time, and from that day to this I have never had a photo graph in my possior..' I do not know wlic:her Mrs. Chemiavsld is now living or dead; but if she be still living I trust that these pages may find their way to her aud show her that on the other aide of the world aha Is f till remembered with affectionate sTmpathv. George Kennan In Century. Typewriter Sptcd Explained. "Typewriter contest j," said a pretty opera tor as sbo clicked awe y at her machine "ore deceptive as to tbes ieed achieved by the operators. You read :n the newspapers that 'Mr. McGullum wrote 12o wonte in one rum uto.' True, he may h ive written 123 words In one minute, but ihey were very short words and wordsaeleded with especial refer- euce to the nearness of the letters forming the word on the keyboard of the machine. For instance, I can write 1 0 't he's' on the machine in a minute, but do t ot say because of that that I can write 100 vords a minute. As a matter of fact", the highest speed un a type writer u seventy-five words a minute. By that, I mean to take ap and write for some time that many wor is a muiute of matter selected from the new: paper, matter that the operator has norer see a before. That is the only true test of a tvpe writer's speed, and very few operators come up to that standard either." Cincinnati C azette. Catching Truants. The newest service rendered by monkeys to mankind was recently illustrated m Loudon In one of the school districts there were great many parents who reported no children in their families, and in order to ascertain the real number of children in the district the school officers resorted to an Ingenious meas ure. Two monkeys vere early dressed, put in a wagon, and, accompanied by a brass band, were carried tk-ough the streets of the district. At once crcwds of children made their nuDearauce. The procession was stopped in a park and the ch xl officers began their work distributing candies to the youngsters nnd writlns down the J names and addresses. Th.-v foil rid out that jror sixty parents kept their children home from school, and the monkeys and brass binds brought about 200 boys And girls to scao l ionaon raper. I think Ely's Crei m Balm i the best rt-mndv for catarrh I ever saw. I neyer tnnV anvtliini? that relieved me eo quickly and I have not felt io well for a long t used to be troubled with severe headaAes two or tliree times a week, but since using the Balm have only naa one. and that was very light compared with other former ones.--J. A. AJcon,- Agent TT. T R R. Ho ; E.'on. Colo. T nil TCIv'a f!rani Balm COOd for ca tarrh of long tamiing'-rM. N- Ltaley, 1844 Weat Cbestnu . St.. Louisville, Ky. Water bonds Tnaprnc tledge' The boat Atlantis. For maty centuries there has been a tradition of a long lost island called At lantis. The Greek geographers located it in the Atlantic Ocean, west of the northwest part of Africa and the Pillars of Her cules. The sea-kings of Atlantis are said to have invaded Europe and Africa, and to have been defeated by the Athenians. All the legends agree that it was a vast island, of inexhaustible resources, and in habited by a race of superior people. For ages this island has existed only in legen- ary lore. But now, when the light of modern research is turned full upon the investigation, behold the lost Atlantis at our very doors. so the bigoted medical fraternity goes groping about in the dark, seeking for an Atlantis or ksculapius. when if they would investigate, they would behold the Inst Atlantis at their very door. With their ancient text book, a case of physic. paper in their waistcoat giving them icense to practice, experiment and dose with their injurious drugs, cauterise and perform unnecessary acts, with no per son or laws to hold them accountable, they continue their bigoted, unjustified iractice, staring into vacancy and imag ining that they see in themselves an s culapius. Wrapped in ancient bigotry, they are rying out against all improvements thit ave been made in medical science. They denounce anv new idea advanced by layman or any opposition school as a fraud. Why? Because humanity will not be benefit ed? Not at all. but because their special ism did not make the discovery. Yet they concede that there is no remedy known to their materia medica that will cure an advanced kidney malady and the disease arising therefrom al though many of them know from crown ng proof that Warners Safe Cure will but uhscrupuloualy treat symptoms and all them a disease, when in reality tktfykaow they are but symptoms. A feW of the more honest physicians admit that Warner's Safe Cure is a valu able remedy, and a great blessing to mankind, but say, in so many words, when asked why they do not prescribe that they cannot, according to their code. Nevertheless, the world is fast beeom ing satisfied that the cure for kidney and iver diseases, in whatever form or con dition, has been discovered, and there is no doubt but what Warner's Safe Cure and its fame will live long after such big otry as we have instauced is dead and buried. The lite eminent physician and writer, Dr. J. O. Holland, published in "Scrib ner'8 Monthly," and showed his opinion of such bigotry, and was no doubt satis fied that Atlantis might possibly be dis covered in a proprietary medicine, when be wrote editorially, as follows: "Nevertheless, it is a fact that many of the best proprietary medicines of the day were more successful than many of the physicians, and most of them, it should be remembered, were first discovered or used in actual medical practice. When, however, any shrewd person, knowing their virtue, and foreseeing their popu- arity, secures and advertises them, then, in the op nion of the bigoted, all virtue went out of them." County Butiainic. TKANSFEKfl. 2 A J Freed and 8 E Rutledge to J A Love ej, ne t and nwj nej 86, 16, lw, $7,000. John Siegnst to G F Roih, lots 2 and 3, block 56, Chicaito addition. Rock Island. 800: and G F Roth to William Roth, same. $300. Walker & Read to McGlynn & Groom lots 4 and 5. block C. Griffith's addition. Molme. fc'500; and McGlvnn & Groom to A W Wadsworth, same. $600. Walker & Read to J K Groom lot 6, block C, Griffith' addition, Moline, $275; and J K Groom to A W Wadsworth, same. $300. a u Biouuara to u u uiemann, e 60 ft, lot 6, block 17. Rock Island, $2 600. Jacob Dodge to C L E Esbjorn, Dl lot 12. Dodge's addition. Rock Island, $200. C E Dndge to C L E Esbjorn. pt lots 12. 13, 14. Dodge's addition, Rock Isl and, $500. J T Haas to A Fritchel, pt nwj. 35 17, lw.f400. B Davenport to Charles Newquist. lot 8, block 5, B Davenport's 4th addition. Rock Island, $400. 4 Wm Stroup to A S We'ls. lot 4, 81. 16. 5w. $2,910. E A Couley by master to T M Jones lots 1. 2. 8. block 1, Frick's addition, Moline, $963 16. S L Swisher to Simonson s scbafer, lot 23. 19. 19. 2e. S700. 5 Mary M Bruner to J 8 Powell, swj. net, 80, 16. 5w; pt swj. 19, 16, 5w; se$. nef, 23. 16, 6w: Be, net, snd nJ- nwt 24, 16, 6w, f8,500. W O Cox to E E Rogers, pt set. 3. 18, le, 2501 Milton Ilanna to J V Adams, pt net. swt and pt t-$, swj, 8, 18, le, $1; and Emma Evans to J C Adams, same, $1, 000. M M Miller to Martha Cozad, lota 15 and 16, block 9. Wait & Walker's first addition to Reynolds, $200. Catharine Brayton to Stephen Bray- ton, Jr. wj. sej. 6. 16, 4w. J837.45. II Guldenzoph to Christian Uabenan, lot 4. block 15, Chicago addition, $1, 468 98. W C Chenev to A P Cheney, sej. swj, 34, 16, lw, $1. LICENSED TO WED. March 2 Hamlin Hull, Rock Island, Mary Gorman, Peoria. 4 Alphonse Vindick, Catharine ihten- point, Moline; Algerman Vtaugn. dg- ington. Miss Lena Wolf, Buffalo frame; Frederick L Groteput, Eliza Burrall Rock Island; John W Potter, Minnie E Abbott. Rock island. 5 Christian F Runge, Rock Inland, Emelia Bosold, Rural; Andrew J Tubbs Emma S Wells, Zuma; Willard Updyae, Emma A Liphardt. Canoe Creek. 6 Adolph Schneider, dglngton Jennie D Kennedy, Andalusia. 7 - Carl BesUan, Hwnnah Wmdrich, Milan. ADY1CB TO JtOTKXM. Axe you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child' suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so, send at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children to.thir.cr. Iu value is Incalculable. Tt will relieve the Door little euSerer im mediately. Depend upon it mothers. there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery, diarrhoea, regulates the stom oT.ri hnof la. curea wind colic soft ens the gums, reduces inflammation, and a ton and enercT to the whole sys tem. Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething is pleasant to the tacttj and la the orescriptlon of one of the oldest and best female nurses and phy atcians In the United States, nd Is for ..l. k ail - draffrista throughout the world. Price 35 cents per bottle. ' LOCAL B0TICI8. Sweet Florida oranges at Krell & Math's. Ice creams and ices of all kinds at Krell & Eath's. Be sure and give them your order. For Rent Two rooms over my mer chant tailoring establishment. J. T. Ddcon. Yucatan, Tuttl Frutti, Barley Malt, spruce and all the latest brands of gum at Krell & Math's. A. D. Huesing, real estate and insur ance sgent. Office No. 1603 Second ave nue. Rock Island. Walnut, hickorynut, peanut and French fruit nougat just received at Krell & Math's. Try some; it is extra fine. "Oh! what lovely candy and how nice snd fresh it looks" is the expression nf all the ladies as they look in Krell & Math's fine cases of French candies. The Royal Insurance company, cf Eng land, has the largest surplus of any fire insurance company in the world. A. D. Huesing, agent, office No. 1608 Second avenue, Kock Island. Insure in the Boylston Insurance Co., of Boston, Mass.. organized 1872. As sets nearly $1,000,000. E. W . Hurst, agent. Office oyer Rock Island National bank. Barth ft Babcock. Dentists. No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten tion paid to saving the natural teeth and inHerting teeth without plates. Taxes Kow Dae. W. J. Oahagen, tax collector of the city-township of Rock Island, has opened an office in the county treasurer's office, court house, and is ready to receive the taxes of 1883, now due. Hard coal Market Grate and egg sizes. 8 per ton; stove. No. 4, and nut, $8.25 per ton; for best quality of anthracite coal, screened and delivered in any part of the city; 25 cents per ton discount for cash. Cartage will be added on all orders of less than a ton. E. G. Fraeer. Nonce. Having disposed of our stock of boots and shoes, and desiring to settle all out standing accounts. I will be at the old stand, 1713 Second avenue, for the next 80 days, where all bills against the firm of Turner & Co. will be paid and all debtors are requested to call and settle. C'has. TcavKR. interest yourself in life insurance. You will And the renewable term policy of the Provi dent Savings Life Assurance society of New York to be the best, the cheapest and the fairest. Avoids the unnecessa rily high cost of level premiums and the uncertainty and insecurity of assessment insurance. Net cost for ilO.OOO for year 1887. Age 25. 107.00; see 35. $121 .60; age 40. 169.00; age 50, 199. 80. LlEBERESECHT & OLMSTKAD, Local Agents, No. 1713 Second ave.. Rock Island. After Twenty Years. Baltimore, April 20, 18S7 r or over twenty years I have been troubled with ulcerated bowels and hleeding piles, and grew very weak and thin from constant loss of blood. I have used four bottles of B. B. B., and have gained 15 pounds in weight, and feel better in general health than I have for ten years. I recommend your B. B. B. as the best medicine 1 have ever used, and owe my improvement to the use of Botanic Blood Balm. Euueniub A. Smith. 318 Exeter street. AN OLD MAN RESTORED. Dawson. Ga., June 8 ). Being an old man and suffering from general debility and rheumatism of the Joints of the shoulders, I found difficulty in attending to my business, that of a lawver, until I bought and used five bottles of B. B. B Botanic Blood Balm, of Mr. T. C Jones, of J. R. Irwin & Son, and my general health is improved, and the rheumatism left me. I believe it to be a good medi cine. J. II. Laiko. A GOOD EXPERIMENT . Meridian. Miss., July 12, 1837. For a number of years I have suffered untold agony from the effects of blood poison I had my case treated by several promt nent physicians, but received but little, if any relief. I resorted to all sorts of pat ent medicines, spending a large amount of money, but yet getting no better. My attention was attracted by the cures said to have been affected by B. B. B , and commenced taking it merely as an exper iment, having but little faith in the Je suits. To my utter surprise I soen com menced to improve, and deem myself to day a well and hearty person all owing to the excellent Qualities of B. B. B. cannot commend it too highly ito those suffering from blood poison. J. O. Gibson. Trainman M. & O. R. R. - For Bale. An eighty acre farm In Bowling own ship, being the south half of the north west quarter of section twenty one. and being a portion of the farm formerly owned by James Todd, all under cultiva tion, and will be sold on easy terms. For particulars call or address E. E. Par menter. attorney at law. Rock Island 111. J. M. BUFORD, GENERAL Insurance Apt The old Fire and Time-tried Companies represented. LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD. Bates as low as any reliable rmnitany cu afflora. i oar pairon&e i solicited. (fOtllct in Argus block. FOR Um ONLY) ftrtfal I IIC Oeneiml and NEEV00S DEilUlY 4"! 1 1 l-f TC Weakness of Body and Kind: f.itcct J J X JLI of Error or Eioeuesitt Old or Ycucf EotrtMt. 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Clarke's celebrated guide Male and Female, each i) cents, Dotn as cents (stamps). Lonsuit tne ota Doctor, A friendly letter or cull may save future suffering and shame, and add golden yean to life. -BooW ' Life's (Secrei) Errors," 50 eenn (stamps). Medicine and wiitings sent everywhere, seaure from exposure. Hours, 8 to 8. bundays o to 1. Address F. D. CLARKE, M. D., 186 So. Clark St.. CHICAGO, ILL. HE HOUSE SAVINGS BANK (Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.) MOLINE, - ILLS. Open daily from 9 K M. to 3 P. M.. and on Toes- day ana saiardar bvr nlngs from 7 to 8 o'clock. Interest allowed on Desposits at the rate of 3 per Cent, per Annum. Deposits received in amounts of $1 and Upwards. SECCRITY AND ADVANTAGES. The private property of the Trashes la renon- sible to the deiioBltora. The officers are prohibi ted from borrowing any of Ita moneys. Minora and married women protected by special law. Officer: 8. W. Whuwck. President : John Goon, Vice President;C. P. HeminriT, Cashier. Trcs-kbs: S. W. Wheelock, Porter Sktuuer, . W. Lobdell, Nelson Chester. H. W. Candee, C. Grants, A. 3. Wrisrht, C. F. Homnwsy. John Good: J. M. Ohriny, O. H. Stoddard. tsrThe only clmrtoreil 8hvili Bank in Hock Island County. ELYS fAVABaU r t -1 s n i i uream naiiu I -. Cleanses theiCPCkiiohWR Nasal Passa- aSTc? ges, A 1 1 a y e am and ln--flamation Heals Sores, Restores the e n s e s ol Taste & Smell Try the CcreHAY-FEVER A particle is applied Into each nostril and is agreeable. Price 50 cen!. at Druifzlsts; by mail. rt glMerea, tw cent. ELY BROTHERS, 56 War ren street. New Vork. GOLD MEDAL, PAEI3, 1878. BAKER'S rea arrantiHl ahgoluiely lr Cocoa, tr'ni wtiich the es.ceu of lias lieen removed. It ba more n three timet the Hrenglh of a lulxed with Surth, Arrow it or burar. and Is theretbre tar i more eeonoiiiieai, ceding less than f.W one eent a cup. I: Is delicious, jf ! liiiurUiiint'. srreiifineniug, easily wn.ln.,i..l nti.l ar!mtrahlv julantftl j 1 for hivallJs as well as (ur pertuna ll t I'll, hn.ll!. Sold by Grocers every whsrs. W-BAKER & CO.,Darc!iester,Mass. LOTOS FACE POWDER rululug their cjnjpieiion should secure a SAMPLE QUA (GRATIS' of the latest Unpolled auJ unaulmously acknowl FACE POWDER. ttniirnntMd to bn oorfeetlv harmless, lmperceut hie. durt-nln and invluihle For aI every wdlv Irio. aind .,Ue iter Itox. AsK Tour druKiiist lor it or write tor puatakl sample box to J. F. LLOYD & CO.. Sole Importers, 67 and W V.hloelon Mlreet. CH1CAOO, LOTOS FACE POWDER For Sals by thk Following Drcooists Marshall & F'.sbcr, II art z & Bah n sen, and Frank Nadler. M ASTER 8 BALK. STATE OF ILLINOIS. I Boca Island Cotjhtt j In the Circuit Coort, In Chancery. Charles B. Welling vs. William H. Edwards, J. b. Davison, ettle a. Iiavlaoo. r red Kdwsrds, SUa Magill. William M. Edwards and Samuel Bowles. Foreclosure General 'o SM9. Notice is hereby given thst bv virtne of a de cree of said conn, enured in the above enMtled cause, on the ltftu day of January, A. D. I shall, on Saturday, the 16th day of March, A. D. 1889, at the hoar of 1 o'clock in the afternoon. of Bock Island, in said county of Rock Island, to satiery said decree, sell at public vendue, to the highest and best bidder for cash, those certain isrcels or land, situate in the county or Kock aland and state of Illinois, known and described as follows, to-wit: Lots No. one (1) and two (2) tn block -No. two (S) in Wood's second id) addlll on to the town inow city of Moline. uaiea at it oca; isiana, iu:nois, tnis iota uay 01 February, A. D., 193. - Hli.Mtl CLK119, Master in Chancery, Rock Island Co., IU. Wm. A. Musk. Complfs Sol'r. 14-dS0t SHERIFF'S SALE. Bv virtue of sn sltas execution and fee bill No. 62? leeued out of the clvrk's office of the circuit court of Rook Island county .and slate of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of a certain ludament recently obtained aeainst Patrick Qulnlan and in favor of Alice vf ulnlau. out of tne laoaa, tenements, goous and chattels of the said defendant, Patrick Quln lan, I have levied upon the following property, to wit: Lou one (1) and four, 4), in block twelve. 1S) In Chicago or lower addition to the city of Rock Island u county of Kock Island and state of Illinois. Therefore, according Tosaia command, 1 snau ex pose for .ale at public auction all the right, title and interest of the above named Patrick Qulnlan In and to tha above described property, on Saturday, tbe Bthdayof March, 1889, at o'clock p.m. at the north door of the court house in tbe city of Rock Island, In the county 01 KOCK island and stale 01 Illinois, for cash In hand, to satisfy said execution and fee bill Dated at Rock Island tuts 15tb day or February, A. D. 18. T. 8.8ILVIS, BherlS of Rock Island county, Illinois. JDJQNISTRATOR'S NOTI0E. Estate of Margaret J. Sears, deceased. Tha undersijrned having been appointed admin istrator of tha estate of Margaret J. gears, lata of tha countv of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de ceased, hereby elves notice that bs will SDDear before th roaaty court of Rock Island county, at tha office of tha dark of said court. In the cltr of Kock Island, at tha April Una, on tha first Mon day in Apru nezT, at wmcn time au persons nav inc claims against ssid estate are notified and re quested to attend for tha purpose of having tat same adltwtad. Alt persons Indebted to said estate are requested, to mak. lsaaaadlato payment to tha BDdersigDao. Sata this 14th dayof February, A. t. 188. - . " v- A. - a BBC BLAST, Administrator, v ABAUtPi.AsaJiT,Aturny. .. lodjw iSSM ill mm Ladiii There. n PrtiLotj k'bMt'n MOPf JhO DIP r " aa. 5ANfA(LAU5 50AP AND VOft TRQllRLEM Will vanish AC tlx MA&lC Aul&SJ. t-ix v- ' r -o- - v tTNACQUAINTED WITH THE GEOGRAPHY OF THE COUNTEY, WILL OBTAIN MTJOH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP OF "rTTj-F" jrof ""Hi- uuti'jAHf rfl tjSjTilMltUW THE GREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE. (Chicag-o, Rock Island & Pacific and Chicago, Kansas & Nebraska By.) Its main lines, branches and extensions west, northwest and southwest Include Chicag-o, Joliet, Ottawa, Peoria, La Salle, Moline, Rock Island in SOT A Watertown and Sioux Falls In RADO. Traverses new and vast areas of rich farming- and grazing lands, affording; the best facilities of intercommunication to older States and to all towns and cities in Southern Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Indian Territory, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, California, and Pacific coast and trans-oceanic Seaports. SOLID FAST VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Of Palace Coaches leading- all competitors in splendor of equipment and luxury of accommodations run throusrh daily between Chicago and Colo rado Springs. Denver and Pueblo. Similar MAGNIFICENT VEBTTBULiK TRAIN SERVICE daily between Chicago and Council Bluffls (Omaha), and between Chicag-o and Kansas City. Eleo-ant Day Coaches, Dining Care, Reclining Chair Cars (FREEi, and Palace Sleeping Cars. California Excur sions dally. Choice of routes to and from Salt Lake City, Portland, Loa Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, and intervening localities. Quick time, prompt connections and transfers in Union Depots. THE FAMOUS ALBERT LEA ROUTE Runs superbly equipped Express Trains daily each way between Chicago Rock Island, Atchison, St. Joseph, Leavenworth, Kansas City and Minne apolis and St. Paul. The Favorite Tourist Line to the scenic resorts, and hunting and fishing grounds of the Northwest. Its Watertown Branch courses through the most productive lands of Northern Iowa, Southwestern Minnesota, and East Southern Dakota. THE SHORT LINE VIA SENECA AND KANKAKEE offers facilities to travel between Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Lafayette, and Council Bluffs St. Joseph, Atchison, Leavenworth, Kansas City, Minneapolis, and St. PauL For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired information, apply to any Coupon Ticket Office In the United States or Canada, or address E. ST. JOHN, E. A. HOLBROOK, General Manager. CHICAGO, ILL. Oen'l Ticket ft Pass. Agent KRAMER & BLEUER, ook Binders. Jprinters JB AND Blank Book Manufacturers. sf3"0rders by mail promptly sXended to. (Up stairs) No. 1612 Second Avenue, Rock Island, 111. OLSEN & FEXJERSOISr, iLnd Dealers in Flour, Feed, Baled flay and Straw, Crockery Glassware, C title ry, Etc. " st7Uamahip Agency and remittance to any part of Europe. . 601 snd 603 Ninth Street, Rock Island, El,. JOHN H. RNSOIST, (Formerly of Coal Valley,) Dealer in Choice Wines, Liquors BEER AND CIQAES, No. 171? Second Avenue, Rock Island. J. T. DIXOIST, MERCHANT TAILOR, And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens. 1706 Second Avenue. W. A. GUTHEIE, (accessor to Guthrie ft Co' Una.) Contractor and Builder, ROCK ISLAND, ILL. tVPlans and estimates famished. A specialty mads of line work , All ordais attaadaa to promptly and satisfaction guarnta4. Office and Shop No. 1818 Third Avenue- GEO. SAYADGE, Phopbiitob OP 'TIVOLI Second Avenue, opposite Harper House. The choicest imported "WINES AND H,IQTJOHS. Imported and Hey West Cigars, a specialty. -1 -nit, a9 vA.AyovMi6 s NOTHING BUrWoRrW .a 'i AFF(TD HER KIND, 'I - . 1 1 r i-k t rth r a FORVoWSHIOAy Vt, v M., , Kg. DAKOTA Gallatin, Trenton, Cameron, SALOON- 59 .