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THE AJUiUS, WEDNESDAY, OCTOHEK llJ&ya.
THE TBATELEHS' uriL'L.
Bit-At". KCK ISLAM' ."A IK oAlL
way Depot eorr- i f f h vei .". nJ Thin?
Ont street. Krar.k 11. Plonm.-r. agei.t.
, ouocll KrQIli- Wiliue-si-
t 1V Exi'fe-s I
Kans-is City Day Ixiire.ss. ..
:(if am 4:45 am
:Ts pmi 6:12 am
:20 pm i 3:1) pm
Omaha and Denver Vesti
1 :45 am " : pm
3.45 am 3:40 am
4:.Vi am 11;0S pm
5 :30 pm : 9 :l am
Tt Wor'h.P r.rer & ne.'!l
fltuart-Rock Isimu Express
81. Panl and Minneapolis....
Kansas City a; d St . Joe
6: IT am 9:do pm
li :iu am e:. pm
:40 niu;10.20 pm
lf-s Mo;ne, 0:naba Jt Lin
Daily. G .n- c-i. t'"-ne wen.
F. 11. Pl.lUMKR. Agt,
L. M. Ah.tn. Ccn. Atrt. Puss. Dept. laTcnort
XSTKLlS'tT'".- i . i-C. . A i. KAIL
j Dep .!- ."'tii' nd sicenh v
U. I . auent.
TRAINS i.v j ,i.it
t. Ljui- .t reu .... . " s s 5 ill. i 7 p-fi
4t tx-ci 2i.rcl ... T45?nr! 'SSi
Bt. Paul (tij-rets 7 i'H pn. 7 :."5 a a
MnlTr -is 'engor. H:f0 pre: W:4S am
Sterling "v" 7 :M tr j 6:50 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
way R-tcine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twertietb Tct. between Frst and Second
avenue, 3. D. W. Holm-. street.
TRAINS. Leav b Iabbivb
Mail aul Uxoreiss 7:iXin. 9 3(1
St. Pan Sip--s 4 ili'U 11:4 am
Ft. A f nn'Tdv1-n 4 " rr 1 I' re
OCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY 05
pot First avenua and Twentieth a".rett. F.
3. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. ! Lxava abhivb
Fast Mai) Express, , :0Sni 7:' 5 pm
Express I -2:10 pm 1:35 pn
Oabie Accommodation j 9:10 am 3 0 pra
" " ! 4:ii0pm sm
BURLINGTON, C EDAR RAPIDS NORTH
ern railway, depot fxt of Brady i-trec:, Dav
enport. J.E.Uauuegitn, Gcn.T'k't Je'Pass A.ent.
Davenport Train?. ; Leave, j Arrite.
"Passenger i b4:W pm M0 45 am
Freight ! bS 00 am bll:15 in
Leave Weft Davenport.
West Li 't-rtv Trnin-' Nirth. ;S nth"."
ParrDi;rr bTSn-'m M0:iSpm
..ali'::H;m a4 NJa a
k aO 45 am
rreleh: binspm hS:Viam
" liP:i5.m bl:lSpm
aDaily. ID ii y exoi pt S i:)J iy. iimng nor h.
Go;n(r So j'h ami i-ai
J0gT DtBKCT BOUTS TO TES
Jast. Soiith ad Southeast.
I S :0n am
a -9n nm
!.. Rock Island,
Cam"rld:e . .
jeotia . ....
Jackixnv, i'e ...
Danvihe ...... .
i S :4o am
t SiMis am
3 :57 pm
4 :33 pm
4 :&5 im
, 9 :.' am
11 IS am
1:1.S pm ;
3 40 pm :
4 '0C pm
' 3:50 pm'
10: 00 am
j?. Peor n
Ir. R-.ru 1 ir. t ..
.. 10:10 am 3:50 pm
1 -25 pm 7 :05 pm
Accom-n-'l:i:ion trains leave Ko-k Is ar.d at
:0Ua. m aoi 6.20 u. m: arr.ve at Peoria 8:50 p.
ta. and 1:15 a m. l.eave Peuia H:uO a m. and
T :.5p. a; arr.ve Rock Island 4V p. m ar.d 1:5
A.l tralr. r in l'lv exre;it Sanda;.
AH pi e -jr rr'i:ns arrive and depart Cfcion
Prt-e'Jiircron Pul Srp-es etvreen Rock
tslond ar.i D" tr-a, o:b directions.
Ttrousa ticie:" to ail p iinis; ha;t;ai;c checked
aroGn to destination.
Lv. li.tci !la:d 9.1r) am 4.00 pm
Arr. Reyn ds 10 20 am 5.05 pm
Cabc U.OOara 5.40pm
Lt. Canie , 6.2- am U.50 pm
Ar. Reynolds 7.00 am 1.45 pm
Rock Island '7.55 am 3.00 pm
B. B. SUDLOW, -. . sTfJCKHOUSK
Sapcrintendeni -uM Tkt. Aeei t
Great Rock Island Route
s ' '-'"-f- ''a'ts.rT'r'gTrI
TO THE KAST.
3e&t D:aing Car Service in the World.
Thi Hock I.-hmd is fcri-mo'-t in
ailoptin'' anv vitntac t alruhitfil
to irupruvt' spccil a n I frive that lux
ury, Mtftty aii'l fomfiTt that popular
patronai' lU-matnls. It-t I'c-uipnient
is thoroulil y ooniplfte with vest't
bulod trains, niajrnilifcnt tlinin
tar;-, sli't'pers ami chair cnac-hi'!. all
the most elegant, ami of recently ini
Fuilhiul aii'l capable management
nd polite, honest service from em
ployes are important items. They
re a double duty to the company
Ctul to travelers and it is sometimes
a task diflieult of accomplishment.
Passengers on this line will find little
cause for complaint on that ground.
Che Great llock Island Route runs all
:egular traius to Englewood subur
Jan station, close to World's Fair
rounds, and you can save time aud
frouble by jrettin off at that poiut
lm avoid the crowd in the city.
For full particulars as to tickets,
map?, rates, apply to any coupon
ticket office in the United States,
Canada or Mexico, or address:
Cen'l Tkt. & Pass. A-rt., Chicago, 111.
E. St Jonx, (Jen'l Mgr. Chicago 111
THE NEXT MORNING FEEL BRIGHT AND
NCW AND MV COMPLEXION IS BETTER.
My doctor save it i eta pently on the etomarh.
liver and kidnevs. anr is a pleasant laxative. This
drink is made from hrbs. and is prepared lor uae
as easily as tea. Itls.-alled
LANES MEDICI HE
All drotreriMafltli it 5ic. and 9 1 a package. Ifyou
cannot gt it. send j-oi r aMreH9 for a fre Wample,
l.anfM Family Mri irior movfn ihr bowrln
ear day. inorilerl b?hvalthy thi8unfH-esarv.
AUdreta UHATUit k vOOD WARD, Lfc KuY. i.V
ATTORNEY AT HW
Lynoe's new block
Office in Mitchell Jc
JACKSON & HURST,
ATTORNEYS AT H .V office in Rock Inland
National Bank bmidiiik.', K-iC Island, 111.
E.D. SWTB'ET. C. I.WILS'B.
SWEEN OiY & WALKER.
ATTORNEYS ANDf 3UN'sELLORS AT LAW -U.iice
in Ben,ton s block, Koi k Island. 111.
C. J. SEAULE. s. W SEA RLE,
SEARLE X SEARLE.
ATTORNEYS A D CC CNsELLORS AT LA W -and
Solicitor- in rfcanccry; offce Buford'i
block. Rock IsUnd
MoENIRY St McENIRY.
ATTORNEYS AT I.A'Y Loan money on pood
scpuri'y, make collections. Retererre,
M-.tchcll i Lyi.dc, t aniers. Office in l'ostoffice
S- W. ODELL.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Formerly of Port Byron.
- " - .i- tr " tj vcrs iiu me urin 01
B ov.ntt.ij A sZtiir.ken at Moline, has now opened
"mi"- iu in uu-.uirum nnuau g, room 5. a:
PIIYS C1AN AND SIT GEON -1134
Tvlepiione 1270. Ho k siand. 111.
CfEce Hours : a. m. to 12 m .1 i.iSn n,;.t
at n:-ht. ' '
J. R. IlolIoH hush: M D Geo. E. Barth. M. T.
DRS.BARTH & HOLLOWBUSH
PHYSICIANS AND Sl RtiEONs--orhce
4o.ii-,i -t. Telephone 10ti5
KcsidiuceTSiais st. " 118s
Dr. Bar'h . Dr. Hol'owbnsh
'tcir'i,m. 10 to 12 a.m.
1 to i and 7 to b p. ra, 2 to 5 ai.d 7 to S p. m.
DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON,
YE, EAR. NOsE. AND TRROAT0NLY
office AlcCullonga Bnildmg. 1S4 W. xd St.
Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm.
J . F. Mtehs, M. D. Gro. W. Wheklir, M. D.
DRS- MYERS St WHEELER.
"targsry and is n of tiimrn
Office over Krcll 4 Muti's. Te'e;hone 1113.
- orntE liorna:
TJR. 1TEK4 I mi wnvv-T it.
11 to 12 a.m. IP to 10 a.m.
2 to 5 acd 7 tc 9 p. m 1 to 3 and 7 to t tl. m
lie, telephone 12(. ' Ke. telephone, lino.
R- M PEARCE,
OENTIsT Room 33 in Mitchell 4 Ljude'e tew
bloca. Take eievat r.
DR: J E. HAWTHORNE,
DENTIST Teeth extracted wtthont pain by
tne ne -ethod. .-o 1716 second avenne.
over Krell Math's.
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER,
DENTAL SURGEONS -Mitchell & Lyndes
block. Rooms 39-31. (Take Slevaion
EDWARD L. HAMMATT,
AKCHITEcr, RocklsUnd, 111. Office Boom
n 41, Mitcneu s, Lynde luilding.
GEO. P. STAUDUHAR,
RCHITECT 'lans and sapcrintendenee for all
H ciaas oj Buildinps. f.joms S3 and 58, Jditch-
" " jtr uuuuiuf , SJ.II4TU0
W. A- DARLING.
Koom 3S, WilchL-U i Lyndc M..xk
Take 1 1 e vator.
LABOR. TIME, MOILY
Use it your own way.
It ie tht beet S ap tna i
For ahiiig ?lachiu- us.
WARHOL & RALSTGK.
Cor. Micbt jan Ave nd onroe St. CH CAGO.
THOROUGH IN STRUCT .ON CHEAP BOAROIN6.
Elegant firsro.- buiidif.0 ,
wnd'o. -ro,.-.. O "I POVFll,.rriii
wit m "
A Proposition Freely Extended
No One to Suffer From Catarrh An
None to Neglect Needed Treatment
Through Fear of Heavy Fees.
A M0X II THS ixriii--; t . iT.
The Undeniable Proof of the Value
of This Treatment is Ready.
No Cheap"' Treatement Under the
October Offer of Nominal Fees
The Rest of Everything Mr.
Five dollars a month.
This is the only fee to be charged
all patients applying to Urs. Staok
house and Daniel for treatment for
catarrh or kindred diseases before
November 1 st.
In making this liberal offer Drs.
Staekhouso and Darnel desire to at
tain these two results:
1st. To enable all sufferers from
these prevalent maladies to immedi
ately check the progress of the dis
ease and i-licet a thorough cure be.
fore the approaching severe weather
makes relief doubly difficult to ob
I'd. To demonstrate conclusively
and undeniably the wonderful cura
tive value and uniform success of the
Staekhouse system of special treat
Remember that the offer is limited
to those who enroll their names for
treatment before the lirst day of No
vember. All who begin treatment under
this October offer will be entitled to
continuance at the same rate until
Nun I am IN rlf t lv Well." S;(j Mr. WII
When I lirst went t Drs. Stack-
house and Daniel." said Mr. William
Jcs-en, a practical, well-to-do farmc.
residing t miles northwest of l)a en-
port, was una'ule to work. I had
tried other physicians and a number
f remedies without avail.
Mil. W ILLIAM JKssKN.
I had a very severe ea-c
catarrh, every sinpton hcin
ciany marked and distressing. I
had also bronchial trouble, and my
lungs were ijiiite s 'riously affected".
This was my condition when I went
to consult tiie specialists of the Stack
house Medical Institute.
'I began to fee! relief after t lie first
treatment. Now I am perfectly well.
The pains and aches are all gone and
I am agaiii able to do my work. I
am positive that Drs. Staekhouse and
Danie.l perform the remarkable cures
that are frequently reported and lean
personally recommend them in the
highest possible terms."
NO "CHEAP" TREATMENT.
Hfst Servlrrs, Furest Mli-!iics. Most
Careful Attention for $. h Miiii-Ii.
Let it be distinctly understood that
the low rate announced for those who
apply during the present month does
not mean that the slightest change in
the treatment of patients will be
made or permitted. Should a pa
tient offer to pay double this fee or
ten fold as much, he could not ob
tain more thorough son ices, skilled
treatment or more expensive medi
cines than are given any patient tak
ing the Staekhouse treatment under
the special October offer. The high
standard of the Staekhouse treat
ment is never lower. The solicitude
of the true physiiian for the welfare
of his patient always remains the
same regardless of the amount of the
fee he is to receive.
THE TIME IS NOW.
Do Not go Through Another Winter With
Catarrh or Asthma.
The inclemency of every winter
season renders a case of catarrh or
any kindred disease far more dan
gerous, infinitely more annoying and
painful, and vastly more difficult to
-ure. A short course of treatment
now may wholly eradicate the dis
ease. After a few months of severe
and changeable weather it will re
quire twice as long to ellect a cure,
and consequently entail double the
expense. Regin before Nov. 1, and
secure for yourself the advantages of
the October offer of $5 per month.
Write for Symptom ISIauks.
The October offer is also extended
to patients livingout of the city. At
this Institute there is no discrimina
tion. Thorough and correct diag
nosis by means of symptom blanks.
Medicines and instructions promptly
shipped. Consultation free by mail
or in person. All who begin before
v...,. 1...- 1 ,. :n i,.. f ;.iwi,l il,,. '
IIM k flllH 1 1 Mill 'v; nil in.ini'i ...v. j
entire treatment until cured, at the ,
rate of f. a month.
S ackhouse Medicil I s itute,
URHINE STACKHOUSE, M. D.
JOSEm A. DANIEL, M. D.
ICoouis 17 and 18.
Willi TAKE' IUT1DINS
(first Floor. T.ikc tt e Elevator. 1
8, W. Corner of B dy and Tn ra ttrsets,
The successful and pir nanently esta' lishi d
Specialists in iho treamvi.t of Ca'arrh, ftsthmv
Disease of Iho Kye, K ir, No-e, i hr-:tt and
Lungs, Set vou PI ease-, B'o.)il and Skin Dis
eases; Chronic Diseases.
Office II urs a. m. to 12 ra . 2 to 4 unJ 7 t J 8
p. m. : Sunluv. m -o 12 on'y
A Conversation by Noted Author.
"I never heard distinguished people
talk anions themselves but once," de
clared a younsi lady the other day, "but
then I was qaite satisfied. It was even
more interesting than I had expected;"
"What did tu -y talk about':" asked
her companion curiously, "and who were
The younji lady named them two
noted authors, a gentleman and a lady.
"And they talked." she added, with a
smile, "about pokers."
"Pokers?" ejaculated the friend incred
ulously. "Pokers!" repeated the first speaker
firmly. "The authoress had just built a
new house, and her furnace did not
work well. She thought her companion
had one of the same kind in the house
aud asked alnuit it.
"He gave her information aud advice,
and then they branched off to pokers
and the infinity of manufacturers who
make thetu of soft iron so that they bend
out of shape the first time they are red
hot. You have always heard, haven't
you, that his style is exquisite and his
English singularly clear and vigorous?
Well, it is s, I assure you, when he talks
(if pokers, and she is charming when she
talks in a humorous win about back
dampers an 1 cold air boxes. I was de
lighted with the entire conversation,
though it certainly was not what I an
ticivated." Youth's Companion.
Pron me d Eopi-le-t. Yat fav. d
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
E. llurd. of (Irnluii. S. D.. wo quote:
Was taken with a bad cold, which
settled on my lungs. Cough set in
and finally terminated in consump
tion. Four doctors gave me up, sav
ing I could live but a short time. I
gave myself up to mv Saviour, deter
mined if I could not stay with my
friends on earth, 1 would meet my
absent ones above. My husband was
advised to get Dr. King's New Dis
covery for Consumption. Coughs and
Colds. I gave it a trial, took in all,
eight bottles: it has cured me, and
thank God I am now a well and
hearty woman. Trial bottles free at
Hartz & Rahnsen's drug store, regu
lar size, 5''c and 1.
Good looks are more than skin
tleep. depending upon a healthy con
dition of all the vital organs. If the
liver be inactive, you have a bilious
look, if your stomach be disordered,
you have a dyspeptic look, and if
your kidneys be affected you have a
pinched look. -Secure good health
and you w ill have good looks. Elec
tric lotters is the great alterative
and tonic, acts directly on these
vital organs. Cures pimples,
blotches, boils and gives a good com
plexion. Sold at Hartz & Rahnsen's
drug .-tore. 50e per bottle
Bl'CKLKN S AUXICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
t'Vgive perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For sale bv Hartz & Ulleniever
leiuoerat.r i'oii;r-9.t..i.. N"iuuiatluu.
UtTKoIT, Oct. 10 li,e Democratic on
gressioiial convention for the First district
of Alicliiguu uoiuinnted Levi T. Griffiu on
the first ballot as its caudidate for con
gressman to till the vacancy caused by the
death ot J. Logan Chipman.
Kan or Woman. Ghott or Hu-r.an-"
e c ui'iot say what will cure ghosts, but maty
men :in i n any women who lonk like ghosts rather
t a i h ini-i b ings. through sickness, would rc
H ti h ill h 'oni harpiitcss, if they would try the
vlrt e of ho worl ! -renowned remedy. Dr.
I t -ii 's id-n Medical Discovery. Torpid
l.wr, or 'till ui-iie.s, impure blood, skin erup
t o s. -crofui'itis ires and swellings, conntnp-
tio (which is c o'ula of the lungs) all j ield to
this woticli rf .l medicine. It is both tonic and
slrentii-rcstii'iti-, juid alterative or hlood
tleatismc. W lien Baby -vas sick, w gavt- uer C'astorla.
Wien 'he w as a Cliild, Khe cried for Ca-storia.
When sin? Vsvame 3Tii, she clung to Ciustoria.
Xhifi slie had Cl'iidren, she gavetketu Castor ia
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people need
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption,
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cougl
, Childrer Cryfor
Ki-o.-'f rf 'Kaitr'a CelcnraW Comedy Co,
"frcniiusi Band and Orciiestra.
Itr. Mil'- U-dirul C ., Elkhart, Xnd.
Y,m wi'.l rcmcmlier t!i? mmlitfon I was li fro
vn-, iip-i. wlien 1 is ii -.21 led with a combino
i:; if lisc-ts, atit :.. ' !:? was no hcip
ronur 1 tried ml k. -. .!:iint-s,atul sr.in-1
-t.n..rt piivs:,-a...-. . . -. tvc-were prostrated.
-rt; .-::.-,' di?.ziiie-i. i. i.rt tr utile mid all the ilia
iaa. luaVe Lie miserable. I coiumeuced to take
DR. MILES' NERVINE
uTid ra three months i ws erfectiv cured.
2 i nv travelseach year, v, hen I bee the thotisuiuis
w j-iiybicai wrecks, eunering from nervous pn.s
- - trution, taking prescriptions from
fcs r liiral physicians whohavenoknowl-
t lrJ f their case, and whose death
is certain, I foci like going to them and saying,
oc dr. Miles- Nervine ano be cures." la
:n o.roicssiou. m. m mm v. w hero there
. -:ir .' i.rk ni'll
lion t-.d nervous ptnansuon. orongni on oy mo
. .. r.u'ier of tlie buMuebs engaged la, I would
i, a" tiure cure for all euiTerlng from these causes.
Jaxzs 11. Waits.
Sold ou Poaitive Guarantee.
MILES' PILLS 50 Costs 25 Ct
ooo . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . o . . ooo
jHair Death J
instantly removes and fore-e' destroys ob
. jeciionahle ha r. whether upon the ham's,
face, arm or nec, without di coloration
w or injury to the most delicate s'iin. It was -
1 rK FIFTY V'AS" TIIK SSCltKT F.lltMl l.A OF '.
Ki A Mis Wit.soN. arknowlei'ped Ly ptiy.l- C
; cions as the highest :r.i:honrv and ihe ;
most etniiieiit dt-riua oliigist ami hair spo "ia
list th it ,-v.t lived, linriu hi private priic-
tici of a life t in among the noblity nnil ar- V
. istoeracy of Europe he prescr:b(.Hi this r,..
C'pe. 1'b ( E. Si bv t ail. si curdy packed.
- Correspon.iei.e' ou-ifl' eiitial. So'e A-.'ents -
: f -r Amorii-a. A. '.dress TIIESKOOKI'M '.
C KOUT IIA1K (iKOVVtJ-t CO. 1, it. J., 5? S
r South 5iu avenue. New Yi rk. x
OOO O ' - O O "
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XKCUTOR 6 NOTICK
Estate of Joseph W'in'cr, Deceased.
Tt e undersigned having been appointed ne
cutrix of the last will and testament of Joseph
winter, late or t lie county ot nock island, ie
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice Iha sh
will appear before the county court of Kock island
county, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
the city ot Kock island. at the recemoer term on
the first Monday in Peceniber next, at which time
all pcrsots haviue claims a::a nst said estate are
nolifi. d and req ieted to attend, l;r the purjiose
of having the same adjusted. .-11 pe-socs in
debied tosaid t st te are requested to make in:
mciiate psym,-tit totne nnuersiirncd.
Uated ihis i:jtn dav or September. A. T. 1S03
MAItlAN sFEs. W1STEK,
OVICK TO CONTRACTOHS.
i ik-J proiios.ls will be received at the Citv
fieri,- office. Hock island. 111., until Monday.
Oct. lt'tli, IS'.'.!, at So'clork p in., fur cns:ir.st'.ng
tiie iinprnvt nient known is Section No. rder
ed by tin ordinance of the ci y of Kck IslnaJ, in,.
(i.asseii j u nc .in, is'.-.i.et.t tieu An ordman e tor
the imrroveni' i.t o' Seventeenth and Nineteenth
reels fi,,n the s mth line of 'I'nini to th.- North
lit e of Kourih avenue, and of Twenty third street
from the south line of Third to the north 1 : n of
Fon-.h ave uc, from the "ontli line f Fifth ave-
ie ea-t along sm .1 r enty third street south to
1'iic "in feit Miuth of and parallel with the south
line of N nth averne I'nder the above ordi
niince, t he said streets are ordered c irbed with
curbstones, excavated aud graded, improvedand
pavea witn pav.nv or.es ot good quality.
1'ians and specification for said improvement
on tile at the City Clerk's office.
Ah bids must be accomoauied with a certified
check in tho sum of Situ) payable to the or
der of tlie treasurer of saidcity, which shall be
co , e forfeited to saidcity in case the bidder shall
fail to enter into oo 'tract with approved
sureties to execute the work for the plans
mentioned in his bil and according to the plans
nd so- cincations in tin event that the contract
sha 1 be awarded to him.
The city reserves the tiirht to reieet anv or "oil
Rock Island, II'... Sep!. 92, 1891.
A. I). IIUBSISU. City Clerk.
8TATB Or ILLINOIS. I
Kock Island Countt, I
In Hie circuit court, in thanrerv;
Monroe Swank vs Surah E. Vtapes (formerly
Swanki E. Anthony Mapes in th. ir roper iier
sou. and Mary L. Swank, John V. Swank, Ida M.
Swank, Sa lic E. Hwank and Edward S. Swank
the minor heirs of the late Daniel C. Swank. dtl
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy, guardian ail lit
em Hon closure general No. :i-Si;.
Notice is hereby uiven that by virtue of a de
cree of said court entered in the above entitled
cause on tneTth day of ftcptember.A.D. ISitS.l shall
ou Sa'uiday, the 2Sth day of October. A. D.istW, at
the hour of 4 o'clock In the afletn on, ot the court
house, in I he city of Kock Island, in sai l county
of Kock Island, to satisfy ssld decree, sell at pub
lic vendue to the highest bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, situat i in the cotiutv oi rtocc
Islann and state of Illinois, known am described
as follows, to-wit :
The south part of the northeast quarter ('1 of
th- southwest quarter 0) of section seventeen
1 17), iu township eighteen (IS), north ranne two
(2), east of the Fourth principal meridian, con
taining eleven (Hi atd twenty-one (21) hun
drcifilie fires, in the township of .umft.
Dated at Kock Island, Illinois, this :tOth day of
September. A. D. 193. HUNK V CUHTI,
"aster in Chancery, Rock Island County, III.
McEmut a McEmhy, Com pirn nunf s so icitors.
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No
6olt issued out of the clerk's office of the county
court of Kock Island county, and state of Illiuois
and to me directed; whereby I am commanded to
uiaiee uie auiouue oi a certain lliuument recently
obtained against the Cotil ValUy.. llutter and
e. neese company in iavor oi w l.niini lialley. out
of the lands, tenements, goods and chattels of
the said defendant. Coal Valley llutter and
Cheese comp ny,l have levied upon the following
property, to-wit .
Lots numbers thirtceen (13), fourteen (I I), fif
teen (15) and sixteen (ltj) in the K'rst addition
to the ton or village of Coal Valley, in the
county of Kock Islar.d, and stale of Illi-.cfs.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shallex
pose for sale at public auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named. Coal Valley
Butter an Chee'sr company, in and to the above
described property, on Saturday, tiie SSth day of
October, ls'.(3. at in o"clo k a. m., at the north
door of the Coal Valley Butti r and Cheese com
pany's factory on premise, above described, in
the county of Kock Island and state of Illinois,
for cash in hand, to Jisfy eaid execution and
Dated at Rock Island this 4ih day cf Ccto-
t. . A n K.Q 1 'V 1 1 - S 1 1 f'ilCjIkiWT
Sheriff of Hock Island County, Illinois.
- 1 1
Represents, among (ith .r
Royal Insurance f.ii1;-. lrv ,r
Buffalo German Ir.-. cy- ifN f
Rochester Gi niiau Ii.. ('.', t '. B v
Citizens' Ids. Co., of p ' '-'-r V
Cun FireOttiro, l.m .I..,, ' r- :
i nin ins. e.o., ur Cieifor i i
Security Ins. Co., New lla- , ,
Milwaukee Mechanic. u .
ft is . jj tj
German Fire Ie? i v,m r pvr.
Office Cor. iMh'st.'a'iiV:,.
"THE OLD RELIABLE.'
HAYES 4 CLEAVEIjj
Refrescnting over 40 Million D-,
oi v-ain assi is
Fire, Life. Tornaic,
Employer s U:
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFICE Btcgsti n- blocs rtwkl. r . "T"
3Secnre onr rates : the y .u,-tr 1
J M BUFORa 11
Genera! . .
Tfae old Fire nit.1 T:;:.c :::ij , r
Losses Promptly Fail
fiatOlt. Ms lnw 4a T-v r.t,.-,i.. -
STATE SAVINGS BAM
Office. Corner Fiftee:-:th street md 7::rc i't
Succeeds the Moline savings i ais. o:; n;:i
3 PerCEXT IMECE5T AID M' KMl
Organized uedt-r S: .e L..
Oeu from 9 a.m. to 3 m.. at.d W-.jijjc
Saturday nights fr.ir.. t v;a
i'ORTES SKINSEB, - P-rt ir".
U. A. Ainswoetb, - - Via !": ::
. F. Uemenwav. - t--i.!
DI REeTOKs :
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wv .
C. A. Kose, 4. A. A'.lsw ri
G. H. Edwards, W. II. A-Ua.
Andrew Friberg, f . F. UenitL45.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
msde for private parties in tte cs:-"
pot of the west by tin
Orchard State Bant
of ORCHARD, NEBRASKA.
K. W. Dabt, President.
J. S. U.ehT !.'.-- :
Mitchell Jt Lynde, Bankers.
J. F. Koblnsou, Cashier K.K.S I- ;
C. C. Carter, . D.
Henry Datt's Scn, Wnole-a utott.
Corresooudence "ol. : e-i.
Broadway, Cor. Prince St., No V : '
Refitted and renovated uu U r ::;:
on the European plan.
Room rates Si a day and upward x
Restaurant equal to the best in ::.c c.t) 1
erate rate. , -
btreetcars from all R. R. st:!.'r
Ooat and ferry landings pass the dir.
UILDUETII Jt ALLEN. i '
Washes everything from a W
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace enrtains a specialty
No. 1724 THIliD AVB.
A. M. & L. J. PARKER