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to inpror mnrid mail sir tkmt !nx-
rjr. Mfetjr bmI cnmfort that popular
pairnaaw drmand. Ita cuipmet
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tiM traia. napiiarvat diaias
can. laplTa a ad chair roaches, all
ta att airjraai. ai of rrrvauj lai
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al olit. hoarat acrrice froai . ca-
bmjm arc inpnrxaai iicwu. lacj
araoabl dntj to the coatpaaj
a4 to traTcler aad it l nonietUBM
a tark aifliratt of armtnr!iahncaL
?aMeLrpr oa this liae will find little
im. lor com plaint on that groaad
rka Ureal Sack talaad Bota nui all
lajralar traia to Eaglewaoa sabar-
Bw ssauoa. cio to W orld Fair
troaada. a ad jroa eaa save time aad
iron Mr ly KetUazpS at that poiat
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JACK80N t HURST.
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r aannaai oaaa auima. aaca l.laaa. I J.
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ITTOBXlYa KO COVBSBXOS AT LAW
aa aaacs, Nack lalaaa. in.
TT wr A Tp OOCXtBLLOM AT LAW
atenriRT 4k ataKWlRT
BYTMajETS ATLAW-LaaaaiMcy aa gmm
B- W. OOEIX.
ATTOBXaT AT LAW-taiiliaf
A aaa Mrtutttaal Iwa nan wHl
walaa A tatrawa at Maaaa. Bm i
aaawlacaa Aaawartai aataalac.
patsciAS axo snoio .
TXaat liaXBarfc lala4.IX
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J.aVaWliaisaVll.D Oaa.K.BM,t n
DR8. BARTH dt BOLLOWBUSH
DR. CHA8 M. ROBDJI SOW.
CTB. BAB. tHMS, AWB TBBOAT OWLT
a. iaan iraiiiai mi. m w.asat
DRS. MTER0 ft Wl
ttstsa.a. I la Joa. a.
taac4T laSa-ai lltoSaM T M a.
Baa.uiaaaaa UW. I Baa. trtaaaaaa. nsa.
R. M PEARCE,
QBrmT-aMsi ai la WttcaaU A Lraaa-a
DR: J C HAWTHORNE.
DR8 BICmXEdt BCHOEMARXR,
EDWARD I HAatatATT.
LBOWrrBCT, ftoak Maaa. in.
GEO. P. 8TAUDUHAR.
mftrKry?.' Maartauaaaaaa far an
W. A- DARLING,
l Baca . BRdwn A Ladr Mack
Is Lifo Wortb IiyingP
That Pijisli Cms Tsar 1
a ra Md ksaa ra waB.
JotiXi Voile 6c Co,
Bask. Doors, BUnda, Sidiag, FlooriBr
Thara la a fortaaa bariad
towa of La Plata, la tha Arcaattawj
BapaNie. and the people dowa thera
Bra srolar araay over it. The money
to all la bank of Kaflaad aotca, aad
thara la 300.000 for tha maa who la
fortunate enonf h to find It
When tha civil war broke out la
Chill President Balnaceda. roalizlnf
tha tainartajiAa aT a. .an In iu1 m
eoBjict. eoaraiseioGed Colonel Plato
owe oi aia most trusted mends, to
proceed to England mad purchase or
beild a couple of fast cruisers, which
ware to be manned by picked crews
aad aeat oat to Valparaiso aa fast as
team could carry them. Fiato was
frlvea bills of exchange on several
London baa In to pa? for the cruisers
and he lost ao time in starting oa
his mission, says the San Francisco
The only poasible way he could
Cet to England was by taking pass
age on one of the steamers running
between Valparaiso and Liverpool;
aad. as he had to go via Magcllana
traits and nn tha Atlanta tha m.
ago took considerable time, especial
ly mm toe aieaaaer naa to call at
Montevideo. Buenos Ayres aad Rio
Before Colonel Pinto could reach
England aad seen re the cruisers ho
Beaded. Balmaceda aaw how things
were going, aad realising that lota
of readv cash would h ui ,!..
to assist him out of the country la
ease he was forced to leave, he tele
graphed Pinto to let the cruisers go
aad hurry back to Valparaiso with
the money as fast as he could.
PiBto took the precaution of
changing the bills of exchange into
Baak of Knclaad notes, aad with tha
360.000 safely stowed away in a
Steel box la hi hir tranlr Wm Ktmrtil
oa his trip back.
When the steamer reached Monte
video the news of BalmaMui'
fall reached him and he concluded
that the Argentine Ecpublic would
be a more pleasant place to reside la
for a while at least, as he was known
to be a personal friend of the de
throned dictator. Pinto
residence in I Plata, and during his
maiueaco vocre lormoa tne acquaint
ance of a gentleman named Parry.
After the excitement caused by
tha war had died down rintn nn.
claded to revisit ChilL hot h ma nnt.
want the money to fall into the hands
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tn uia enemies no was arraid to
Place it in anv Of the hanka far faar
the victorious insurgents would put
in a ciaim tor it, so one night when
everything was auiet h tnnk K
precious bax out aad buried it
ABia none no went back to Chill
With a licht heart but ao aoonnr had
he aet foot in Valparaiso than he
waa arrested and thrown into a dun
sreoa aad told that ak m
ready to turn the moaey over to the
ivrrnuiMni oe wonia oe released
aad not before. Fnana nt IMninV
frieads, however, told him that so
long aa he kept the moaey out of the
Bands of his enemies be waa ( st
aa boob as he turned It over to the
government be would be taken out
and shot as a traitor.
Pinto in a native of Bnenos Ayres,
and be conelndMil to nan mrt r KA
tnoney in effecting his release if pos
sible. With this object in view fca
wrote to Mr. Paray telling him how
matters t-tood and offering him one
fourth if he would induce the Argen
tine government to take ap his case
and demand his release. The loca
tion of the buried treasure -was not
given ia the letter, but would be
sent to Mr. I'arrv if ha aonelnded in
accept the proposition.
Air. rarry bv accident lost the let
ter, and the finder anon made known
the fact that the Wirr fnrtuim in R.,nlr
Of England notes was buried some
where near the t jwn, and the result
Is that about every man that can se
cure a spade is now out digging for
the treasure ami leaving everything
lse to take care of ;tclf.
4 LtiUs ajrrs BaasraMM ta a L hhmm-
Mr. and Mrs. Lorrn TreMott are
keepers ot the Gov. l.ihthoue at
Sand Biach. Mieh. and are Merited
with a daughter, four yi-ars old. Last
April she was taken ilown with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her. but in vain, she grew www
rapidlv, uatil she was a mere hand
ful o- llonel.', Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They av Dr.
King's ftew lnscovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet tow may try a
bottle free at Harts ae Ullemeyer's.
STKEBGTtl AXD BEALTn.
If vou are not feeliag strong and
health v. trv Electric Hitters. If -La
Grippe" has left vou weak and wcanr.
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find sneedv aad a permanent re
lief by taking Electric. Bitters, fine
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only &0c at Harts A Ullemever's.
BCCBXCXa ABKICA SALVE.
The beat salve la the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin crap.
lions, and positively cares piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
reiunded. race zo cents per box.
For sale by Harts A UUemeyer
The coraerstoaw of the aatioBad capital
laid Sept, 18, KM. It towuiiiaaA
to celebrate the centeanial anniferasry
of this event by a parade, sdrtMssu, ire
works aad a aigat Uhrni taarioa of the
Aa iatarestlag axBevisaant was
triad by a Haine fanBer,a family, aot
long ataca, with a mud turtle, which
hadbaan brought to tha house from
a assail pond a quarter of a mile
away. It waa aoticed that whoa aet
free the reptile traveled off ia the
direction of. tha pond ('going back
home." said oae of tha lads,) aad
this Ud theta to put him to the teat.
He waa tried under a great variety
of circatostaaces which might tend
to confuse even a mud turtle of un
common mental capacity, but put
him down In whatever way they
would, or anywhere, he would In
stantly turn his stubby nose straight
for tha pond and walk oft with every
appearance of one who knows he is
rigl.t aad Intends to go ahead. He
evidently had the same instinct or
supernatural knowledge sc often
observed ia pigs, dogs aad cats,
which will take a bee line for home
when they could not possibly know
its direction by any power of ob
servation possessed by human being.
iewitKn, Me., Journal.
ryclJaa; la Fraaee.
Cycling Is reported to be crowina-
rapidly in popularity with the French
women of all classes. Thev were
much slower in taking to it thaa
their English sisters, who have long
ago adopted the tricycle as a ladies'
machine. The French women, how
ever, have gone beyond them. They
scorn the tricycle aad take to the
bicycle at onec. Moreover, they
usually wear some sort of a suitable
gymnastic costume for riding, an in
novation which the English and
Americaa women have not ventured
to adopt to any great extent.
A araat Biataatoa!
Ia throe day of anaiiowdcr, dyaami e. giant
Bowder, sad the like, tiemeadoas eaploalons
arc ao rarity. Vat the pcateat cspiof loa ot mod
era Uaea K without doubt, that or the Id-
school Mrs that eoostnaptioa it Incenble.
IhoasandaoriiTCf hava bera wo Heed to this
mi Makes notion. Modern tesaarti baa estab
lished tha fatt tbat coesumptioa Is a acrofoloac
disease of te laaga, and that there ia oae retne-
ditthleh aill poaltinlr eradicate it from the
trrtcm Dr. Picrcee Golden Medical D!seoverr.
Of course, thrrj were in the oldea tiae many
aha would bavj pronannced modern explosives
instruments of aitebcraft; but there are, fart s-
sa'elr, few todav who do aot arkuowledse that
the "Golden Medical Discovery Is the one sot
erelfta remedy fur all acrofnloas diseases, and
consumption is one of them.
Uea Baby t-s tick, we rarr nrr famrla.
Wars be was a Chad, she cried f or Qastorla.
7bea she became Maa. she dang to Caaloria.
When she bad CfaiHrsB, aha fare the
Children Cry for
Laae's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people ceed
no uae it.
Counhinc leads to consumntion.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the congb
THE EM IN FAT
Eye and Ear Specialist
And sole proprietor of tho Jacksonville E jc.
a m Bar Infirmary, will visit
- at Taa
Thursday and Friday J
and make retnra visits cace a aonth.
He will straighten the first case of
CToss fcyea that applys rBEZ of
charge. Send word to
Dr. unnaefea treated over 108 aatieats la
aahtoia aad rree port aad over let ta and aboat
Uateaa Co saltation free oa arst trip.
Be win atralcatea CBOBB or KtClNT ETE8 la
BeaMia CATABACT o two amales.
rterystnM or film over the eyes -one mtaate.
1-tasctimT two aiantea.
Ta rains ia araut af luu aad wim a.i
Stapptna ; of Uachrymel (tear) Dtaot, oausiar as
'"Saw of tears, petmaaaatly ctned.
snsw i lias ins in aosr. or ears removed la two
(peamtof the Eustachian Take leading bom
Uirnat to ear In two mmates.
Besasvtaf Tonslla aad Clippms Dvtda, oae
Bvory oae af the above operation I perform,
except cataract, aad paueau em go haau with
aataaaeer. VATAKACT. rTEKTUIsKK (for aim ever the
etcht). Opneitlaa of Caraaa, Mralaeaa weak,
watery eyes, sraaalad lids, chronic red sore
STav.wlMhaaeBtiaasamortaratBttB of avc
Uwa.dlsaaaMlaearyaaal dact (tear dact), ta
nsor. af ere, ovternatwa of eye balu All ajr
Eteal disriMi af the ore aad Its as res..
ACUTE AKB CMBOKIO MASAL CATABRB
psljasa. samara. hawkaaj aad auitUBS.
aaaas.laaa of sotos, Braaahcd mi
Daaa'SS 1 oaa care SB per cent af these
BOt4t la EAB8 I caaenra at every ,
B4SCH AsrOtO EABB-I eaa ease ka mT.,. i.ii
aaosrcmrn d vena Taouaxc cared
Oas ef ttt kast kasaa atasTaaa aaa fat Ghuagnj
n jirssailsUia af las grast Iraartmt Co.
Dr. mtt- JTsitsat ft,. aTtaarL Jad.
OenUesaen : I taTmpassasm ta rnSraiTaeynu
oftbe tctv ksaa Hi ml lemrha watch have followed
the asa of Da, SSmaa fUataaaiiss Mcavmc
In toe ease c aiysaiT and wife. Foe a year I s
Mbleet so a natismlna aala at the base of the
amia and spoor aortioa ef the aplnal eor.L I
awa a as pa aaa. hat flesh and was rreatly
aCnlayooT Herri nesraahiW-
natethat t bad bo eooAOeo
any madieroa. TatM a last
ta tha efficacy of
l consented (o
. I exaerienced
true K a trial. WBChasmy
aaiasa iwaari sssasa. tAVaaaecevaacB
mmm axaaaaa aaaatuaaaaaanaicuai
eaa?aaa af aaaSa tomf&tinmrZ1
Dw. aVULES n 600oaca25 Ctb
STATS OF ILUMOrS.
Bock Isuitd Cocstt.
In the circnit coort, la chancery:
Monroe Swank vs Sarah E. Manea (formerlv
SwanklE. Anthony Mapea in thrfr I roprr per
son, and Marr 1 Swank. John M. Swank. Ids MT.
Swank, Santo E. Swank and Edward 8. Swank,
the minor heirs of the late Daniel C. Swank, de
ceased, by John T. Kenworthy, caardian ad lit
em Foreclosure General No. 3501.
Notice is hereby Riven that byvtrtae of a de
cree at said conn entered In the above ea titled
cause oa the Tib dav of ScDtemoer.A.D. lSSx.1 shall
oa Saturday, the Snh day of October. A. D.ISSS. at
toe aonr or xo-ewca tn tne anrtnooa, at the coort
house, in the city of Rock Island, la said county
of Rock Island, to satisfy said decree, sen at pub
lic vendee to the highest bidder for cash that cer
tain parcel of land, situate ia the coontv ot Ft oca
Island and state of Illinois, known aaa described
as follows, to-wit:
The south part of the northeast anarter iut nf
tbeseathwestaaarterfVil of section aevenuwn
IT. ia lowsahtp eifbsrea (18), north ranee two
(). castor taa Fourth principal meridian. com.
alsineelevea OH ai tweaty-oaa fU) hua
dredths aoes, la the towasbip of Zama.
Dated at Bock Island, niianm. thu smk J,w mi
osptember. A. D. lSa. BCMBV CURTIS,
aater m Chaaeery. Rock Island Oouaty, III.
shot m acanar, ijaaapauaaai w
gPSOIAL A89E88XET NoiTCB
Wsalea la bspsbs ,m .n - - - -
-j - ww. p.i.v.1 tiwiiii mu.
that lbs chv eouaeU of the eityof Rock Island
havtas; aroerod that: There be eoasrraeted ia
said city aa aadarsjoaud sewer oa slaseaath
straat. rammeaciag oa the aoath I iae of Third sv-
v.h .muv. ,o ni m .if..,, isen w raamn
with the eewer oa said Fifth aveeae, havn ap
w iw.ni. enn ov wocb isiaaa eowaty,
. ,u.... . .Ill . . ....
costs of said ianrovetnent accordtas; to bcacBts;
aadretnraed to said court, the. final beanalr
w... w ww iw7 twwrmr Kxm Of
said court, conroencins on the 13th day of So-
All persons aestrine may then and there ap
pear and make their defense.
Tlsted St Bn.1 l.'a.H ntiw. ni. -M
October. A. D. 18W. ' 7
. M. Biaxp sc
J. R. BKsros,
1. u Paean.
STATE Or ILLINOIS, 1
1 W . .1 1. . 1 m.1
m. . viiuih vimiu iu vu,mnr:
PllAill 11 C.ll. I ... .
Annie A. Blaadiac; foreclosnre seaeral No.
Motice ! hereby riven that by virtue of a de
cree i t said court, entered in the above entitled
ea iie, oa the ISth day ot September, A. D IMS.
,."1Vi1,.t',?'.'?'l- Um' oay of SovTmbeT,
A. 183. at the hoar of I o'clock In the after
noon, at the aortb .door of the court house. In tte
c.ty oi aoca istaa I, ta eaid county of Bock lal
rfi'S!.' "i" aall at public vendue,
to the kipbest aad keel bidder for east ia hand?
15 p""1 0Lb2' ' the cttyof
i.i.'"1- """""fff Islaod aad state of
llliaots. known and described m follows, to-wit:
ww iwmj mm luiin.
Lot IwwtV MM, Sff. ll .
P1" ' the year J8S4, in the southwest quarter
Hi asetioa tbtrty-eix ), towaabip eigatoea
.Wr two 8) wew w wTFowSriSJ
Itatod at Bock Island, Illinois, tha) TTth day of
October. A-DISBV UENRT CtJBTIS.
, ' w ..wwww.. soti Bstaaa rjoanty. iu.
Looaar A Kauwi aad M. M. HrrasBos.
Oomplal na:t'a aolidtora.
LABOR, TIME, LIONET
Dse it your own way. v
it is the beet Soap mad)
For ?l availing Itachina xmtx
Clscar.' Mmw' badai.
A. f. Ulin
J" yal Insurance r,.. ' H
Weschetcr F Z iZ lJ
Balo Ger. "! 2rat?SJ
""wr tier-nan lr. r ll
CiUaeiM It. Co . t c) BhS
Office Cor lth Sr
"THE OLD R
HAYES ft ClJdV
---cecnunB over 40 Mia,
of Ceth atttii
Bonds of Suretyst;-
iTsKsre uar rate : ttft r:
J M. BUFOK
General . . .
The old rireaaaT.oi.aufJ
Oorner Pifwcaa rtnat mdrf
eacceeos the Bonne Saricr uu. od
OrgacUed csuer $ai Lm
Open from t a. in. to Sr o.ciia
Saturday r.-.ctu' rms'icd
B. A. Aibswobtb, - Td
4. F. HSHSmraT.
Porter Skinner. W. TT v.
8. H. Edward,. r.iu
Andrew Fnbe-e. c. F.EoJ
REAL ESTATE LI
made for private par.ic? 2 .
spo: of lit act: 4
el OHCliAliP. SEEEA5-
E. W. Dabt. Prw idit:
milCw.lt A I.milr RlElFT
d. P. Robinson, Cfetitr UocC
e-COaiter. W T).
lenry Dait's Sens, WnoWfir
Broadway, Oor. Krmce St.. N H
Rcttttel and rrtipvaied i.nit
On the European iln. ,
Room rates SI a day ani Vwe
atoetaarauteqnallo the bcrti-"
Street cars from all R K. - 1
d ferry landui tt "
tSSk luuidkercuief to
tent; lwhoe curt-ins a?
No, 1734 HIA