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- niE AllGUS, THURSDAY, 'OCTOHEK 11), 1MK5.
i-1 .: ( ' V I 'i- THE TBATELEKS' UIDE. CHICAGO, BOCR ISLAND PAC'FIO KAIL way Depot eornr i Fifth venne and Thirty Irat street. Frank H. Plummer, agent. TftAlNa. tEast. West, Joancil Blufls Minueso- ' tiDtT Express 1 Kansas City Day Express.. Washington Express Omaha Express .. . Omaha and Denver Vesti- I bale Express ( FtWorth.D nvef& nCU Stuart-Rock Islmd Erpres- L Paal and Minneapolis.... Kansas City a-ni St. Joe Des Moines, Oinitha & Lin-1 to'.n 1 I 1:05 am 4:45 am 10:5 pmj 6:1 J am l;Ji pint a :it pm T .45 am; J :S5 pm 3.45 am 3:20 am 4:50 am ll;(KVpu) 5::) pmi 6:00 am 6:17 am, 9:05 pm ti :40 am 8:35 pm I :40 ani,10 20 pm Daily. tQ :r.t e?. fimnz west. F. II. Pi-rasCB, Agt. L. M. Auis. lifn. Agt. Puss. Dept. Davenport JCKLINOT.O K n. . S-C. B. RAIL war Dep.n Ki-' . nn and Sixteenth at. K. J. Toontc, agent. TRAINS. .litl. aaniVB t. Uoi Express.... i 45 an. 7:35 pm 3t-Loal Stprets.. , T-45 pm 6 85 an 8t.Panl Express 7 irt pm 7:55 as Mardstowa Passenger. .. i:Wpm 10:45am sterling, Pssenis : 7:56 air 6:50 pm 'Dally. CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE k ST. PAUL KAIL way Racine A Sooth western Division De pot Twentieth street, between F'rst and Second venae. B. D. W. Holmes. agent. TRAINS. Liavb. Abbitb. Mail and Express 7XIa 9 SO B St. Pail Bxpr .... 4 40pm 11:44 am Ft. c-onmodatlon ..... ':4nn Olpn ROCK ISLAND FBORIA RAILWAY DB pot First sveuos and Twentieth street. F. H. Rockwell, Agent. TRAINS. Leave AaaivE Past Mall Express.... Hilflftani 7' : P Bxprea 2 :' pmi 1 :25 pm Oal Accommodation 9:10 am 3 0) pm " 4:00 pm 9:0ft am BURLINGTON, CEDAR RAPIDS A NORTH ern railway, depot foot of Brady street,Dav enport. J. B.Hanueem, Gen.T'k't Jt Pass. A.ent. Dave nport Trains. Leave. I A -rive. Passenger b4:55 prn'otO 45am Freight.... b3 00 ani:bll:15 pm -.Leave West Davenport. West Liliertv Train Fassenger Freleht .'. ".. North. ;S uth . bT:tf m bl0:ifipm , ald:3 ;m a4 50a .a aO 45 am . M :15 pm ha:Wani ; b9:to ro : bl :15pm bIl:5oam aDttilv. bl.ii:y evc.ept Sund-ty. iio;ng nor'h. Going South ami east tST OlKliCT BOTTB TO THB East. South and Southeast. EAST BOUND. FastM'l. I 8:0n am 8:45 am Express 8:30 pm 8:04 pm 3 "27 pm 8 :57 pm 4 :M pm 4 :55 pm 5:40 pm Lv. Rock Island. Ar. Orion Camiridue . . Gaiva ... Wyoming. ... Prtnceville .. Peoria Sioomineton. ... Sprtngfleld Jacksonville ... Decatur Danville Indianapolis Terre Hante Bvansville St. Louis .. Cincinnati Louisville "I :( am 9 :.' am ...10:11 am ...10:30 am1 ...'11 :15 am! : 1:15 pm: i 3:40 pm 4-0C pmj 9:50 pmi i 3:50 pm i 6:55 pm : 7:10 pm, l:Ji'am 7:30 pm! 1! :00 pm 9:15 pm 10:90 pm 12 06 n't 10:00 pm 19:10 am 8:35 am 10: 00 am 7:36im 7:40 am 7:10 n't WBSI BOCSD. 'yi. Peoria It. Rock Niar.'t ... lu.IOam 3:50pm ' 1 :'ts pm 7 :05 pm Accomnio latior. trains leave Ro-k If'and at 8 :00a. m. anil G.iO p. m ; arrive at Peoria 8:50 p. a. and 1 :15 . tn. Leave Penjia :00 a. m. and 7 :15 p. m ; arrive Rock I!aad 4 :0t"' p. m ir.d 1:9? p' m. A'.! train- r in da'lr exreit Sandaj . All pie iaer tra'Di a-rive and dec. art Cr.loc deoot, Pe3-'. ' Free Catir ,- i-on Fi' Gxp'uS' twtween Rock tslnnd ari l "e.trta. both direr-inns. Tbrous .ioot to ail point ; bai.-i.-ice coccked hroniji to destination. CABLE BBAHCB. Accoui, Accotu. L. Rtci i"laiil 9 In am t.OO pm Arr. Revn.nds ... 10 20 am 5.06 pm " Cab - 11.00 am 5.40 pm Areom. Accom. LT. Cane 6.2" ara 11.50 pm Ar. RevnilW 7.00 am- .45pm " Ry Island ; 7.55 am J.00 pm H B. 9UDLOW. Saperiatendent -T'J;E HOUhK i.M Tk-.. Aeei t Great Rock Island Route TO THE KAST. Bet Dining Car Service in the World. The Rock Island is foremost in ulopting any advantage calculated to improve .spi'i-d and pivc that lux ury, safety and comfort that popular patronage demands. Its equipment ts thoroughly complete with vesti buled trains, magnilieent dininp; cars, sleepers and chair coaches, all the most elegant, and of recently im proved patterns. Faithful and capable management ind polite, honest service from em ployes are important items. They wc a double duty to the company nd to travelers and it is sometimes task difficult of accomplishment. Passengers on this line will find little cause for complaint on that ground. REMEMBER Che Great Rock Island Route runs all jegular trains to Englewood subur- an station, close to World's Fair rounds, and vou can save time and (rouble by getting off at that point J,nd avoid the crowd in the city. For full particulars as to tickets. maps, rates, apply to any coupon ticket oflice 1 the United Mates, Canada or Mexico, or address: JNO. SEBASTIAN, Gen'l Tkt. & Tass. Agt.. Chicago, 111. RSt Jous, Gen'l Mgr. Chicago III i- It Caret Coiaa. Courht. Bers Threat. Crasp, Infln. enra. Whooping Cong h. BrtBchitxs and Asthma. A certain care for Contumi ta ia first stasia, and a ear relief in advance stasia. TJas at ones. Tea will see the excellent t ffeet after takinc the first doss. Sold by dealer sverywher. LarfS bottles 60 cents and 4U.00. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. ATTORNEYS. E. PARMENTER, ATTORXEY AT LW 0:9ce in Mitchell t Lynae's new block. JACKSON 4c HURST, ATTORNEYS AT L4W Oflee in Rock Island National Bank building. Roca Island, 111. I. . SWEE' IT. C. L. H'iLK'B. SWEENEY & WALKER. ATTORN ETS AND COUSSS LLO RSATLAW Office in Bensston's bloci, Kock Island HI. C. J. SIARLt. s. W SESBLB. SEARLE 4c SEARLE. ATTORNEYS A SD COUNSELLORS AT LAW and Solicitor' in Chanciry; office Buford's block. Rock Island MoENIRY & MeENIRY. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Lean moncv on sood securi-y. make collecions. Reference, Mitchell ,x Lynde, bankers. Office in I'ostoffl"c block. S- W. ODELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW Forn crlyof Port By.-ot. ana ii.riiI4r me past two yeirs with the tlr'n o' B owuiiu: A Kntrikun at Molin :. has now oio-ned ' oiflie in tn ' ud'.tormm bliidli g, room 5, a: Molint pfjrsiciAss DR. ASAY, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON -11' 1 ThirJ Avenue. TeK'i.houe llTd. Rock UUml. Ill Office Hours : 10 a. m. to 12 :n., 1 to 3 p. m and at night. J. R. Dollon ftuph.. M D G .'0. E. Ban h, M . P, DRS. BARTH & HOLLOVVBUSH OUYSIl'IANS AND SUKSEC-NS I Ottice 4M2rd st. 1'elephonr l(si5 Kus-.denre 791 21st st. IiScj orricE jorns D:. Barrh Dr. H iltowbnsb 9 to " a, m. to to 12 a. m. 1 to 9 and 7 loS p. m, i to 5 and 7 to s p. m. DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON, EYE, EAR. NOSE, AND THR 1AT ONLY umce McCullongh Build rp. 194 W. 3d St. DAVENPORT, IA. Hours : 9 to 11 am : 1 to 4 Dm. J. F. Mtehs, m. D. Geo. W. Tbeeleb, M. D. DRS- MYER8 & WHEELER, SrBClAI.TIV: Brit fry auU xs, .-. - r tlaoen Office over Krell & Math's. T.'ephone 1143. - orricr hours: DR. KTER3 I HI.. WHEELER. 11 to 12 a.m. I? to 10 a.m. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m 1 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 p. n Uea. telephone ' Ke. u leiibone. llfn. DEyTISTF. R- M PEARCE, DENTIST loom 3a in Mitche 1 & Lyndt" new btoca Take elevator. DR; J E. HAWTHORNE, DENT 1ST feeth extracted without pa-n b rne new 7i";hnrt. -o 17:K wjmil Hoem.. over Erell Math's. DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER, D ENTAL SURGEONS Mitchell & l.yml. block, hoimis 29 31. (Taae Kievatori ARCHITECTS. EDWARD L- HAMMATT, iRCHITECr, Rock Island, 111 Office Boom V 41, Mitchell & Lynde building GEO. P. STAUDUHAR, ARCHITECT 'lane and snperin endence for all class cu Buildings. Rums tta and 56 Mitch ell & Lynde bunding, take elbvatob ' CITY OFFICERS. W. A- DARLIN3. CITV -ENGINEER KiK.ni 3s, Mitchi-il i I.ynile liU.ck Take 1 levator. Is Life Worth living? That Depends Upon Your Health. MONROE'S TONIC Will cure yon and keep ycu well. For sale at Harper Bouse Pharmacy. , Joiin Volk &c Co., GENERAL CONTRACTORS AND HOUSE BUILDERS. Kanufucturcrs of Sash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring Wainscoating, And all kinds of wood work for builuers. Eighteenth St. bet. Third and Fonnh avenues. ROCK ISLAND. HE COT SUE And He Explains How lie Accomplished TUit Object. Every one of us on the car spotted them for a bridal couple as they got on at a small station, but there was that about the groom that claimed everyone's attention; he had a pair of badly bruised and blackened eyes and a skinned no?e. It was plain that he bad had a fight, and we wero curious, and an hour later, when he went into the smoking car several of us followed on and asked for an ex planation. Yes, 1 had a fight," ho said, as he lighted his briar-root. -J had to hev a fight to git Sue." There was a rival, then?" Reckon not. Never seen any rivals 'round thar. Nobo.ly but me and Sue and her folks." "But who did you Lght with?" Sue's pop, in course. He'un gin me these yere black eyes. " Didn't he want you to m&rrv the girl?" Oh! he'un was willin' 'nuff, but he said I'd got to lick him fust. Over a y'ar ago he'un took me out into the bresh and says: Tom. are you gwine fur to be spliced to that gal o' mine?" 'If she'll hev me,' says I. 'Whoop,' says he. as he cracks his heels together, but nobody kin be spliced to Sue till they are big 'nuff to lick her ole dad" 'I'll prow fur ye,' t-ays I, and with that ho cracks his heels some mo' crows like a rooster, and says he'll be ready any time I am. I was dun ready yesterday. I goes over to the bouse and says to the old man: "Uncle I ben, I'm yere fur to bo spliced to Sue.' " -Whoop! Whoopee!' he yells, -but yo' dun remember whut I told yo'! The reptile as splices Sue has got to lick her ole dad!' " 'That's what I'm yere fur. Come out into the co'nfield'and I'll woilop yo' till yo" can't holler." 'That tickles the o!e critter ha'.f to death. We coes down nd peels and spit- on ur hands, and he'un cracks his heels and crows and vol's at me: ' -Tom, yo' are my mutton 111 make you cry lik ? a baby K-fo" I hit yo" twice! Look out, now, fur Bald Mountain is gwint? to hit yo' rij-ht a'tween the eye.-!' "With that the fg'it begun. We tore up hills o" co'n. We pawed up the airth. We raied a dust like a drove of cattic. He'un v. as hard a hickory nuts and as c.uiek as eats, but Iknowed 1 had to liek him or lose !ue. 1 knowed, too. that Sue was in the cabin :i prayin' for me t lam out of the ole cas and I fit as I never fit Ix-fo". It lasted half an hour and then !.e"i:n hollered." Was he hurt any worse than you ?"' "Wall, when t"a o'.e woman corao to help lug he'un in she'un didn't know him by sight. He'un couldn't stand up at the ceremony, and he won't see to cut his toe nails for about fo' weeks to come." "But wasn't he mad at you afterwards-?" "Reckon not! Reckon he'un hed no cause to be. He'un just whooped and crowed and cracked, a- to how I'd have to lam him fui-t and so I lammed. Oh, m: he'un wasn't mad. When we'uns tr.t reaJy to co::.e away he'un wiuoped a lettlc whoopee end calls out to me: ' -Tom, durn your fchackcity hide, but it vcra fair light and yo downed the ole man and got the gai. and if yo' git dead broke up thar at Abbe ville send me word and Til seli the ole mewl fur $7 and snd yo t!:e money. " " It Should b in tvery Hots . J. 1. Wilson. :!71 Clay St., sharp burg. Pa., says he will not be with out Dr. KingV New Discoverv for Consumption. Coughs and Cold-. that it cured his wife who was t hrcaton'd with pneumonia after an attack of La Grippe." when arious other remedies and seteral physicians had done her no goo.!. Robert Farier.of Cooksport. Pa., claims 1: King's New Iiseoerv has i!o:ie !-i':i more good than anything he ha- eer u-ed for lung trouble. Nothing . !. Free trial bottles at liar!. tneveis drug store. Large A: YY. ;1 nt- and I. ll.K' Tiilc 111 I I K'.;s. Tin remedy is beeoming -o m I i known and so popular as to need no special lnelit iitn. All who have Used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine doe not eit and it is guaranteed to do all that is claimed. Electric Bitters will cure all diseases of the liver and kidneys, will remove pimples, boils, salt rheum and other affections caused by impure blood. Will drive malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all malarial fevers. For cure of headache, constipation and indigestion try Electric Bitters Entire satisfaction g-uarantevd, or money refunded Price 50 cts. and fl.OO'per bottle at Hartz & Ulle myer. BUCKLES S ARNICA SALVE. The best salve in the,world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and all skin erup, tions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale bv Hartz & Ullemever DooVs of Joy and Sorrow. Many old houses in Holland have a special door whichis never opened save on two occasions, when there is a marriage or a death in the family. The bride and groom enter by this door; it is then nailed ,or barred up until a death occurs, when it is opened and the body is removed by this exit. FOUGHT AN EAGLE IN MID AIR. A T.lnerap's Capture While, at Work- In San l!eriianliiio Valley. Bert Barnes, a telephone lineman, who resides in los Angeles. Cal., was at work recently in the "-an Bernar dino valley when he met with a lively experienc. "I was alone in a lonely part of the valley and apparently there wasn't a living tiling within rifle shot of me. 1 was just about to descend from the po.e when I observed a shadow circling over the sand below me. Looking tip I siw an eagle whirling around in the air, always kee: ing its glittering e. s fixed on me. For a weapon I had only my ha miner, but I resolved to make that as serviceable as possible, and I had no time for misgivings as to the out come of the encounter. 1 wiee the mon ster came to the attack. A sudden turn ard a setting of the wings brought the immense body very close to me. The talons were curved and the legs drawn up ready to strike. The heavy beak was half opened. I could only turn part way around as my 'climbers' of ankle spikes, upon which I depended for support, were firmly driven into the wood. It was fortunate that at the second attack the bird was directly before me, for it allowed me the full swing of my right arm, and swinj I did, with a vengeance. It's no use for me to say where the blow struck. Things were too confused for me to judge just exactly, and I only know that a moment later the great brown bird lay fluttering on the ground at the bot orn of the pole and my hammer lay beside it. The bird was not dead on y stunned. I climbed quickly down and se.urely tied it with some nieces of twine and I have it now a'.ive." THE TRAIN MAN'S DIALECT. l ucid Deter ipt ion of a Collision Given by a Ilrakeman. The trainband has a patois of his own. It is distinct from all other dialectsand to the uninitiated it is an unknown tongue. Mr. .I.imes I'aTiesworth, division passenger agent of. the East Tennes see, gives a fa"r sample of it in an ac count of a brakeman's testimony on a trial of a suit for damages against the road. Th-. re had been a coilision, a tail-ender. The witness was en the caboose of the forward train into which the en gine of the second section plunged. He saw the second section approach ing when it was some distance nway. I was stand ng on de dink and faw her a-eomin'. Mr. MeCioughlin he pull de screamer for brakes, but he couldn't stop her. She come a bilin'' and Lord how she did roar. Iat locomotive look as big as Kenne saw mountain. We were pilin' down grade fifty miles an hour. Mr. Mc C'loughlin he pull back de calf tongue. De fire it did fly. but she kept a-comin right on us. I saw it was no place for dis nigger and I jined de bird gang."' Trying to Iterlalm the Mojave Desert. The reclamation of 20,1,000 acres of the Mojave desert is one of the most stupendous enterprises ever under takea in Southern California, and from the indications the enterprise will go t hrough. T he plan is to irri gate the large acreage near the min ing town of Victor, in San Bernardino county, this side of the Needles. The company having the project under consideration is the Victor irrigation company. Some of the best engi neers in the state have reported upon the enterprise as a most favorable one and very feasible. It is understood that the lanes thus irrigated will be colonized, when that part of the des ert is expected to blossom as the rose. Can't r'ur.e an K.ii;liMh Sparrow. A sparrow has built its nest and laid four eggs inside a gong at Isleworth railway station. The j;on has a cir cumference cf el inches, is sounded up ward of 10 times every day. and when it is run;: the alarm can lie heard Get' yards away. St. James Gazette. Or the Threshold. Sin 1:1,1; at worn inhoou'?. tltior is- she. Clad in her virtual purity, A creature fair a the lill'es be. They a-ett rre to e:ir:h when the sto-ir.s jireva'l, J Ii'i heir life i;o" out in Ui si: miner pile. When we see a fr.ill mil lovely creature, etund "n oit :he lbre-luld In tween p;rlhii anu wo-i'::i-, 1 w shiver wi:h a four of whit may be, 1 us - '..:ive secii so 111-ny Sureuinii at this t r rici. e-i.i 1 of l fe. What i needed at this t mi- 1 ;i t 11 c u ,il invigorant somethini! that ' jireii .t'- pmper functional action if the fe m r.e or 11-. Tue cinlv reme 'y to be dei ended in is !r. H r eVKavorite T'reis.-rip;i'n. This un etii le 1 in tli i' e. which cures diseases pccti'lar In vo.i,er. i.. e p -cial'iv vuluable at Wie pe-ioJ when tie it r c.'S"s the thieshold of woman-hoi)-,;. V-e'l a: sne.li a t'nie. it never fails to p-o-Oiu-e a 010-t b -nen -ial rvnilt, and many a f aile 1: r has Ikm-u lid.-d over life's suf-st trl ig periods by li. When Baby was sick, we (raw u-r castoria. When i-he was a Child, she cried for Castoria. When she became Mi-ss, she clung to Castoria. When she had Children, she gave them Castor ia Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Lane's Family Medicine moves the bowels each day. Most people need to use n. Cm.cJreii Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Coughing leads to consuniDtion" Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough 11 once Childrei, Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. . sV J it; ':.:- :'- -if2-. m DR. L. L. CAR SJIS. Stricken Down with Heart Diseas; Dr. XUes Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. Ge?ti.emev: I feel H rr.y duty, bs well u: pleasure, io publih, unsolicited, to the oii i ; , Uncut received from dr. Milcs- Rcstot: Rewrote I Vbf stricken down iih litt.. disease and it complications, a rpi J pulo v&. us from SO to 140 beats per minute, a ciioktiiKi burning sensation ia the wind pipe, or;res-:r THOUSANDS rinn of tbebeart and below loweTrlb, pain in U. arms, shortnes-sof breath, sleeplessness, neukr end general debility. The arteries in my nt would throb violently, the throbbinirof my hear" could be beard across a Urge room and wniil shake my whole body. I was so nervous that . could not hold my hand steady. I Aave beri. Nnrf rr the trratm jttl of emittenS ptiymirinnr an4 e rakxi Qallons of fatmt MediMv tciAoM thr lomt brmrfit. A friend reoerr rr.ended vonr remedies. She was cured by ! Wiles' rernedk-6 Ihavetaken . . n mm ihree Ik .tiles if your New I'll H f- I llearl Cure and I wo bottles WW I k t Kerriiie. My pulse Is normal, I have no not Molent tbrnbbir.ir of the heart, tm a iu msk I ti nee rely reeommend every one with tvuim.i of Heart Disease to tako Dr. Mile' etorw Ur HfmnHra d bo cured. (jMim City, Kans. L. L. Cabmen. Said on Fooilive Guarantee. OR MONCV RETURNED. LEGAL M ASTKRS ALE. STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 Rock Island CorsTT. f " " In 'he circuit enrt. !v. har.eer r Moi.roe Swank vs Sjr.ih E. Mspcs vformer!y SwankiE. An:hoiy Viijhs in th ir ir.ijierper soii, and Mury I.. Swank, Jtihn M. Swank, Ida M. swank, su lie K. swank and Eiiward S. Swank, the minor heir of the lute rauielC.Swank.de ceusi d. by Jii'm T. Kenwi.rthy. iruanlian ad lit em F r. li-ure ceneral No. :i'Afl. Notice is hen by tivt c that by virt ue of a de cree of raid court eMcrcd in t'ae abjve entitled cause on t:.c7th d iy of Soj tenilt-.-.A.D. 3SM.1 shall on Sa'uidav, the Jsth d.ay of Ocicber. A . O.lSS-'l, at the h; ur of o'clock in the afternoon, at the conn bouse, in ihecay of Rock Inland, in sai l county if KiKk Iriiind. to satisfy ssid decree, sell at pni -lie vendue to tne hii b st bidder for cssh that cer tain parcel of land, p'tunt in the conntv 01 Koca Island and s-ta'e of I:lino:s. knovn an: described as follows, ui-wit : Tbe semth part of the northeast quarter i1) of the sonthwest quarter (? of section seventeen flT), in township eighteen (1?. north ranje two (-'. eatt of the Fourth principal meridian, con taining tleven illi aid twenty-one (21) nun dredihs tcre. 'n Ihe township of Zuma. Dated at Kok Uland. Illinois, this S.h day of September. A. D. ls. HKNK V CURTIS, aster in Chancery, kock Jsianc countv. ill. McEkibt Jlc5!KT. CompUinacl's so icitors. gHERIFF'S SALE. Bv virtue of an execution and fee bill No. GSH issnedotitof ihe clerk's olre of the circuit connoi Kock Island county, and stale of Illinois, and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to make the amount of a certain nidmnent recentlv obtained aeainst the Coal Valley Butter and beese company in favor of Wi liam Baiiev. out of tbe lands, tenement", goods and chattels of the said defendant, 1 oai Valley Putter and t:heee comp ry.I have levied upon the following ri'it-i 1 i w 11 . Lots i limbers thirt, een (134. fourteen tW. fif teen ilii and sixteen dili iu the F'rst aud tiou to the t.in or vii.sce of Coal Valli v. iu the oimty c f Kock 'slard. ami state of Illinois. Therefiire. at cording losiid command 1 shallex ose fi ir sale at in: hiic auction all the riitht. litle and interest of the above named. Coal Vallcv Unite- an SX.eecC roaipauv, in and to the above de-cribed vmiienv. -m saturdav. the is;h dav of Oc'obcr, ls3. at 1-t o"clo k a fn.. at the north dtmr or the C oal alley Bntt r ar.d heee coie- pmij's factory on premises abuve desc ibed, in on county 01 Kock island ana state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to satisfy said execution and f.e hill. Dated at Ttoi a I-land thi 4 h dav cf rrti- bLr. A P. is'. 3 C UUS D. tiORDON. Sheriff cf Kock island County. Illinois, .cTER S SA1 E. STATE OK ILLINOIS. ( KocE Island t ocktt. i ? In th ci cnit court, in chancery: rirr 11 iveny if. v irgll M tih,l:nl and Annie f. Blancing; forerlof-ure nneial No. Ml Notice is hereby riven that bv vim-. of a de cree ci saici con:t, entered in ihc above entitled ca ife. on the liith day of Septemlier, A D.. isms. 1 snail, im oniuiuftj. me -.no aav 01 ov. mber, A. I).. lsii3. t the hour of 1 o'clock in the after noon, at the north door of the court house, in Ue city of Kock Islan 1. in said countv of Kock Isl and, to satisfy said decree, sell at "pubi c vendue, to the highest and best bidder fop CS 1 in bnntl that ct ruin parcel of land, situate in the city of I.UUUI 1 ,ii ntn a lsiana ana stale of Illinois, known and described as follows, to wit: Lot twenty-seven 1271. aivoninifl tntl, a...,,.-! plat for the year 1S04, in the southwest quarter Ci of ssctwn thirty-s x f 61, toa-nship eighteen tlsi, north ranjre tw j cj) west cf the Jonrth prin cipal meridian. Oated at Hock Island. Illinois thu ITil, Hw .-.t October, A. H.. lS'JS. HENRY f l'RTIs Master in Chancery. Kock Island County. 111. Loo sky ii Kellev anl M. M. (stiboeon. Complaina- fs solicitors. SAVED! LABOR. TIME, M0NE7 BY U6IN6 SOAP. Dee it your own way. It in the beet Soap made Vot v ashing Machiun use. MADK BY WARNOCX & RALSTON. Sod evervwhere METROPOLITAN Cor. Michigan Ave and Monroe St. CHICAGO THOHOUGH INSTBUCTIOM. CM CAS- .OARBIMe Elsganttiraijroo b..itJir ANTI-WASflBOARD ixrsciiAycE A. 0 HUESING Heal Estate, -Insurance Agent ivcpresonts, amons other ti:nt.-ri , known Fire Insurance Comj-ji,.. Poyal Insurance Comiianv f,r v - Weschctter Fire Ins. t oninr v Vi' : Buffalo German Ins. fS'fN.t. Rochester German Ins. Co w,'-V b -"a.o , , Citizens' Ins. Co., of pit,.!; " . -.'"t. X t' Sun Fire Ofiice, London. ' ' 0 U' Uuian Ins. Co., of California Security Ins. Co., New Ilav. n Milwaukee Mechanics lr.s 't'o' u Pi 19 German Fire Ins. Co., of rCOi a 1 Oflice Cor. 18th St. anili.j u. Kock IsUnd I Established 1868. "THE OLD RELIABLE." HATES A CLEAVEI4JH GENERAL Representing over 40 Million DcCn of Cash ftssets Fire, Life. Tornado. Accident, Marine Employer's L:ac:'-t, INSURANCE. Bonds of Suretyship. OFFICE Bengsttn's bloct dock , -. ly"8ecnre not rates: they will :lu:i.. J M BUFORdT G enerai . Insurance Agent. The old Fire am! Time tr:td t. .- ., reprtgiTitu: . Losses Promptly Pail KftT-; K9 low ftp any reiiahie coin;.ar.y 0ft Yon' PiitroLaee ie so.:c::trl. " THE MOLIXi. STATE SAVINGS BANS. Moline, 111. .'ffice Corner Fif-.eesih street atd Tc rd Ave, CAPITAL. $100,000.00. Succeeds the Moline Sav.nss i era. Orcar MdlsH 5 Per f EM Slim .'AID W PEFwIIi, Organized andu-r Stutt L.ws. Oen from 9 a. m. to 8 r m.. and w iit-;-:j l: Sitarday tigtte frcxTtos; n: .-OBTIR Skixser. B. A. AlNSWOKTU, J. F. Hekeswat. !': Jit.: Vict-l'r DIRECTORS: Forter Skinner. V. W. VV -. C.A.Rose, H . A. A!t.-w- ri. G. H. Edwards, w. H. A iar.s. Andrew Friberg. r. F. Henie:.wiv, Hiram Darling. Western Investments GUARANTEED REAL ESTATE LOANS made for private parties :n tr.e cs-:tt spot of the west by the Orchard State Bank of OHCUARD, NEBRASKA. E. W. Dart. President. 3. S. DiKT Ca-L.tt. REFERENCES. Miichel! Lvnde, Bankers J. F. Kobinson, Cashier Kock ls.at. : N:-- DUE. i'. C. Carter, i . D. ienry Uan's Scti,, W&olesaio lir.iers. Ckrresooudence soliciteii. HOTELS IMetrorxjlitan Hotel. Broadway, Cor. Prince St.. New York Ci- Refitted and renovated under new nia-icctatns On the European plan. Room rates Jl a day and upward. , Kestauraut equal to the best in the city a'- erate rate. Street cars from all R. R. stations and ftf boat and ferry landings pass the door. HILDBSTH ft ALLEN. PP' PARKERS' Laundry, Washes everything from a rine silk handkerchief to a circus tent; Lace curtains a specialty. No. 1724 THIRD AVE. A. M. & L." J. PA.RKEB. Telephone No. 1214 111 11! S M