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Commencing Ik-toticr 'J'M, the creat
3xk Inland route inaucrnratctl a
liailv through tonrint car line 1m
Iwixn Chicago and Lou Angelcn. via
'Jk Cbicngo. Rork Inland 6 racitic
Kansas Clljr and ft. north, ami
.fcr br the Tex a Pacific to CI
Pa and Kotilhrrn Parifiic to Lot
Arraorriacnt has been concluded
rnn this car on to 8an Francisco
this bob the rn route, which is an
seellcnt one in winter season. Re-
aMRiber, this car leaves Chicago
daily at t p. m. by the great Rock
The above mentioned tourist line
! ia additapn to the double weekly
arrv ice from CbIcbo, Tuesday and
Thursday via Rock Island route,
tknvrr Rio Grande and Southern
ftciffic through Turbio. halt Lake,
Vlpnea and Sao Franrisrn to Loa An
Low rates ami ei'llinl ajrtin
cab pled with tbe fast time made by
aaaai iii ri ph inrse lourist cars.
make then as they deaerve, very
Any rouou ticket agent ran give
facts as to rates, and remember
awvond class tickets are accepts on
Address lor fall particulars.
Joan SraA.TtAX. 1. T. A..
C. K. I. P. Ry.. Chicago
lfvl " ls
VTTORNRT AT LaW-Offlea la Mitckall
Lyaaa'a Beat btock
JACKSON At HURST.
ITTORSEYS AT LAW-OHe in Rock Ilaad
1 NatiOBal Bank building. Roc a Irlasd, III.
c. B. awCBaXT. c. U nn.
S WEEN EY it WALKER.
TTORXEV AND COriOELLORS AT LAW
OAra la Bcnitno'a block. Hock laiaad. III.
C. t. kBARLB. a. W. KCAIU.B.
8EARLE at SEARLE.
ATrvRNEYf A:i)COl"XSKLLORS ATLAW
and Sn'lritur ia Cfcanccrj; oltce Boford'
hlnrk. Itock Inland
MoENIRY St McENIRY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW -Loan aaonry on pood
aceartrv. aake collectiona Hrfrreire.
Mitchell A LTtdc. t acker. (M&ec la I'uatolBca
8- W. OOELL.
ATTOKSKY AT LA W-Pomerlr at Port Byron
and dartnr tka paM two raar with the Cra of
Brvaraiac A Batrikea at fcloMae. kaa Bow opcacd
aaaSVaiaUla AadiloriBa baudlrg. rooa b, si
PBTS C1AN AND SCI GEO -1IM
Tkird Area at.
Tear: SB ) 1170. Rock laiaad, IX
OaWBoara: Wa.av to It al ta p. av. Bad
aLaUDaWaaak.il P. GcLl.BarU.lt. P.
DalS. BARTH HOLLO WBUSH
TSIHAN AND rRRONS
TBI thai at.
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Dr.Bartw I Dr.l
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lataad;a(B.a. I takaadTaatB.av
DR. CHAS Iff. ROBINSON.
CTt. BAR. NO. AND THROAT ONLY
I. UBM aUtlloach alkliB. rat W.tdet.
R. M PEARCE.
fllMi'T-aana l aiicaaH. Lrada'a saw
HAWTHORNE. 6t 8ILVIS.
OEStISTs a rnt tteoad aaraac crrar Erall
DRS BICKLE & SCHOEMAKER.
RENTAL SURGEON - WitckeU A Ljradct
w aioca. amf aa-at. rrBaa Biaaaaai i
EDWARD L. HAMMATT,
I RTRTTECr, Rack laiaad. Tfl. OSce 1
V 4l.MllctcU ALBlbuildiD(C
GEO. P. STACDUHAR.
IRCBITECT 'lata aad anpertBteBaenaa for al
I eiaaa a Malldlcfa. laaali udtt Mltrh.
u afwr vuiNiiaiB. Tmmm bmtatvi
W. A- DARLING,
Hvom in, Blltchon A Ljrnde block
Take F levator.
Is Life Worth Living?
TkM Otaasda tpm Yoar Baalta.
VUl ear faa aad kaap jt treU.
rev tale at Barpar I
LABOR, TIUE, IIOUET
Um it your orn wj.
it is the be?t Soap made
For VV ashing tlachiue use.
MktZZZt 6 Cia8TC3.
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IRON AND WHISKY.
Two Articles That Cause States
men Much Worry.
TIGHT OVEE THE FIItSTIS SETTLED
ta Far aa Ilia Way aad Meaae Cnnaaaittee
la Cunrerm-d v Itr 4ra to Caaaa ia Frew.
With Varlaaa Klada mt Wool Tha Rea
raai Praaidrra Rrnitiinj Kaahela mt
letlera K.'B;ig for a Bis; Tax mm Taa
Ktafaai. Washinston. Not. i3. The iron ore
have been defeated, and tbc men who
have combatted to valiantly to keep this
article off tbe free list have been informalljr
notified by members of tbe war and meant
committee that it hat beea Anally decided
by the Democratic member that iron ore
will be placed on the fres lrat. This it tbe
most important development of the day,
aa It leaves the iron ore meaot Alabama,
Virginia, and Michigan no alternative bat
to carry their light to tbe floor of tbe
bouse. Thie tbey are now threatening to
do, and it is more freely stated than ever
that tbe new tariff bill containing this
new proaiaion will be opposed in the houae
by tbe solid Democratic delegation from
Alabama, and in the senate by Senators
Morgan and Pngb. The Western Iron Ore
association, through I'reaident George II.
Ely, of Cleveland O , baa made a vigor
ous protest to the committer The West
ern Iron Ore men :n their communication
give a history cf tbe clcvrlopnirnt of tbe
Lake Superior iron ore iui'ustry, and
make an appeal for tbe retention of the
lha Waal cliiui. C'uanptetrd.
The ronimittee lias concluded the wool
schedule ( t be new tariff bill. The meas
ure provide for the admission free of duty
of ail wool, hair of the ca.uel, goat, al
paca and other like atiimnls, and of wool
and buir on the t-kin, top wate and other
wastes and rags comioed wholly or in
part of wool; it a No repeals what are
known as coin pem-alory duties on woolen
goods and redum the ad valorem duties
on such good. It also repeals t he com
pensatory duties u;rfn carpets of all kinds,
rngs and mats, and reduces the ad valo
rem dul.es thereon from 40 per cent, ad
valorem to 3) per cent, ad valorem. It
also reduces the duties upon certain qual
ities of waste- which have Let-n advanced
beyond the condition of acoured cool by
the use of machinery or by the applica
tion of labor, to Z per cent, ad valorem.
Tbe dnty on aboddy, mango end certain
other wastes is put at 'Jj per cent, ad va
lorem. I A CHARGE ON KING ALCOHOL.
The Kcvaaaa ataiam Baaaauwal With
Aatl-) hlaky Uteratara.
Over 1,000 petitions telegrams and
memorials have been received by members
of the committee from temperance socie
ties throughout the country asking that
the wbiaky tax be raited. A telegram
from Iowa Falls. Ia., Bays: "We have
tried state prohibition and find that we
cannot cope with tbe evil. Prohibition
don't prohibit; bnt if tbe general govern
ment places a heavy tax on the product it
will leeaea tbe output of the accursed
Tbe Young Men's Christ ian association
of Chicago aays; "We, aa members of tbe
Y. M. C A. of Chicago, earneatly request
tbe honorable members of tbe said com
mittee tbat tbey nse their best endeavors
to place a tax of at least f 1.50 per gallon
on wbiaky. thereby hoping to check tbe
spread of intoxication and lessen the evils
Mrs. Harriet Lane, of tbe W. C T. C..
of Wheeler, Ills., writes: "Whisky is the
moat deranable corse of this generation.
We bave bad oue small distillery bere.and
you may be sure we do not want another.
Tbe drunkenness even in a little country
town was something horrible. The way
those men acted when drunk was aimply
awful, and enough to frighten one into
hysterics with tbeir horrible yelling and
screeching. Tbey made tbe night hideous
with their ribald sones the blaspheming
wretches and a decent woman hardly
dare step on the afreets for Them. We
want tbe committee, or the members, or
whoever tbey are, to take the matter up
and put a g'KJ high tax on tbe stuff aud
we don't want auotber distillery here.
We lio you will tax it to tbe full exteut
of tbe law."
These are samples of many telegrams tar
ing received. In tbe meantime the dis
tillers arc singularly silent on tlie subject.
II. W. KigUuder, is (ioldeuburz and
others of New York appeared aud urged
the paage of a measure to prereut rep
resentatives of f?reigu bouses from com
ins to America and taking orders fur for
eign goods. They want a license imposed
upon aucb agents, wbo shall be termed
peddlers. Tbey also urged and receive!
assurances that a provision should be in
aerted in tbe new tariff bill providing tbat
tbe value of the outside crates, cases,
boxes, sacks and coverings in which mer
chandise is pitched for shipment to the
United States shell not be included in the
dutiable value of tbe merchandise con
tained in the same, but shall be free from
Fall Cpaa a Bat Maw.
Chicago. Nov. 23. When Mrs. Mease
returned to her home at Sh3 West Ohio
street after a abort marketing tour she
waa startled by bearing aereama issuing
from the kitchen. She recognized the
voice of her 2-year-old eon, Richard. He
had climbed up on a chair aad fallen on
hot stove. The baby died in abort
It Was MpfctharU After AIL
GxArrsBcna, Wbv, Nov. 23. Tbe long
quest of name aad nature of tbe disease
that has prevailed ia this vlcinitr and
eaoaed the death of a lara number of
young people naa.at last been concluded,
It has been authoritatively pronounced
aipbUieria, and radical measures have been
adopted to stamp it out.
Vmt mt MMeVaa Dy Basalt FaeaaL
BUFFALO, Nov. 23. Grand Island, iu the
Aiagara river a short distance below Buf
falo, bat been thrown into a great state
of excitement over tbe discovery of a large
amount of aynamite (SJ0 ponoda in all),
which waa found buried near the head of
the island. There is aa yet no clue to the
M sat age Likely Ta Ma Laax.
WashikgTuX, Nov. 23. President Cleve
land spends a large share of his time pre
paring his annual ataaaage to congiaaai
no MtHaabilittea are tbat tbe aaesei
will be a long one, owing to the entrance
of several aubierta to be discussed not only
as ibc uawaiian sucjeci out toe lann.
Mint a Teleeraph Operator Dead.
DAVn-viLLE, Ci.. Nov. -J. Cnarles
Dodge, ' a resilient or La ii.vilie. walked
into the sheriff's oflitw aud gave LimseijC
up, saying he bad t;o' into trouble. It is
supposed tbat be i the mail wbo botaud
killed Telegraph Operator ivttou. Tup.
ahootiug has the apjienraiic.e of pure assjo
tinatiou lKxie sai.l tu.u il was a painful
matter about wlncu be dut uot wisli ii
talk aud in wiiic'J bis sister was impli
cated. Gavermneiit eltlriiif itt f Mrikc-s.
London, Nov. 21 It is understood here
tbat the success of Lurd Korberry, the
secretary of state for foreigu affairs, ia
brinitinii about a settlement of the great
coal strike has resul.ed in the government
coming to tbe determination to entrust
the secretary for Scotlaud, Sir George
Trevelyan. with a similar role in regard to
tne Clyde antpyarus sinse wnicn uas now
lasted two months.
AWiwTsBB Waa IB-
Young Adolphat Fitiwilliaa, be loved a fair
But so aak her to marry bia be waa afraid.
Because, of catarrh, which the bad very bad ;
So Bach so that often the youth was quite glad
To oalt, at th par .in g, thesis of the lover
The teason of this the set oat to dlaeover.
"Catarrh aiakts me loathsome. It's fi'al to lore.
O, darling Adolpb.ua, by all that's sNive,
I vow I'll no: lose thee if tomething there is
To drive oat ca'anh and to awee'en a kiss
So this wise young woman befan acarchin for
a cure, and good lack attended her. She f onnd
Dr. Saite's Cata-rh Remedy, at tbc drug store,
and felt convinced that a preparation blch tbe
nrcprictore bad tach confid' tice in that they were
willing to oftVr to pay S 0 for a case they cannot
cure, meat be wonhtrtinc. Mie boo.ht f. She
tried it. H cured her. Ami when Adolphu klssid
ber at the altar lat week, her ttsa was as sweet
and pure aa roses in June.
Girls, a word of advice: If you ar.t a lover to
s:ay a "over, yen mast get rid of catarrh . Do t
tlua sensible B'rl did, and pet the only sure reme
dy fjr tb s dissusJn; and dani-mus di,eae
Hr. Srse'iCatnTh Remedy
tVhen Batiy tcok sl.-i, we pioe nt C'astoria.
When rhe as b Cailil, slie c ri"d for Ca.sioria.
TVhen she became "Hiss, she cbin; t- Ca-storia.
When ahe had d-ildren, she gave them Castor
Children Cry for
Lane's Family Medicine moves the
bowels each day. Most people ceed
to use it.
Coughing leads to consumption.
Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough
Children Cry for
Eye ard Ear Specialist
And aole proprietor of the Jaekaoitville Eye
a' d tr Infirmary, will visit
- t TUB
Tuesday, Nov. 28. I os5iAI
From 9 t iu to h p m. and make rctorn t-iu
He will straighten the first case of
Cross Eyes that applys fkek of
charge. Send word to
Or. OoSee has treat d over Tnft iiatlenta la
Bockfoed and rr pnrt and over 100 In and a Boat
He win straighten CROSS or "sQl'INT EYES ia
ttawu CATARACVa two miautea.
rteryrlBne or aia over tbe eyes one mlna'e.
riaactlay two aiaatra.
TwrBlae ia or out at lid aad wild hairs, etc..
Mopptnc of LcAraal (tear) Duet, cattting aa
averauw of tears peraaaeallv cared.
Palypua Tamors ia nest or eats reaoved la two
Opentagof the Eaataehiaa Tabe leading from
aaioaa w arar ia two aaiaaiev.
Removing Tonsils aad Clipuio Orala, one
Bvery one of the above operatioBS I perform,
except cataract, aad patients can boat: wuh
autdaaireT. CATARACT. rTERTGINNB (for fla over the
man. a.ipoeu'es or voraea, onniaeas weak,
water eves, eraaaa ed lids, ekroaie red aore
eye-, wild hairs, eatromsa or taminf hi of eye-
iwa,i v aa iacBryaaai aaci tiear aart), tu
Boe of ere, e1eruaOa of w ball. Al! tjr
alcal dkseaaea ol tbe ere and Ita serves.
ACUTE AND CHROMO MASAL CATARRH
la all Its fonts cured arrmauaatly. Oaaasa.
pnlyBoa. tasaora. kawklng aad sidttlng. eBlarged
taaail. lost of voice, granulated tore throat,
DKAFNKAR Tcan care W per cent of these
eases caa tell In sve annates u curable,
cure aenr eaaea In oae treatment.
X01R8 in BARS I caa eure ia every esse.
nissrllAfGIO EABUI I can care ia ever ease.
BaOKCHIIls AMD LUNG TBOIBLK cared
iroai catarrh caa be cured.
fsab aatf Myass hwafc . iftaiMsSa4 fMas I
Bzv. P. C K. Pvrrra, Wtck orr, Mr i.
k FRICELESS CLESSCG.
Tsther Dwyer't Earnest Endorsement
of Kickapoo Indian Bemediet.
Wtcxoff, Miwjr., Nor. 17.
Sympathy for Suffering Hu
manity leads me to write this.
I have Buffered much from Neural-
Eia and Stomach TrouMoa, and
ive tried various medicinea, bat they
were of no avail. Beee ntly, however,
I learned of the Kickapoo Indian Rem
edies, and bave been entirely cured by
tbe use of Kickapoo Indian 8agwa.
This priceless medicine of the Indians,
myself as well as a host of others have
used with wonderful success.
Yours in truth, P. C N. Dwter.
Kickapoo Indian Remedies. Sold by all Dealers,
i:ki i toksi xurirr..
Estate of I'0nh Burkhanlt, He ceased.
The nnilersignctl hnvina been appointed
cntrix of the laat will and testament of Joseph
Biirkhardt,late of the eoii'itynf hock Island.
of Illinois, deceased. hn-by cives notice that h
wi II annesr hffore that eonntv ronrt nf Koe.k fsland
county, at the oflW of the clerk of said conn, in
he city of Rock island, at the Jar uirv term on
he first Monday in Jannarvnext.at which time
all persons having claims ai-a nst said estate are
notified tod req'icaud to attend, Iir the purpose
of having the same adjusted. a persons in
debted to aaid est ite are requested to make in:
mediate iwymnt to the undessimied.
iraica ini rsrn aav oi urtnr, A. i ina.
8UPIIIA AUATUK BL ltKHAR .T.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I-,
Koca lauxD cocxtt. I
Ia the e'reuit court of said Rxk Island county
Edward !l. Jadan. enmnlainaat. vs. tieoree F.
Coat stock, Jr., Cornelia M. Comstork, Can line
A. comstock, Ueorge a. Williams and Edward
B. Ju son. Jr , as tae latter two are execntor of
he last will aad leans , nt of C. B. Williama.
deceased; . Jems Van Vleck. Christopher C.
niaoirv, ueorge a. avenneav Ul A'lrea a.
Howie t, as the latter two are ex outers of the
last will and testament of . D Kort , deceased ;
Albert F Fowler, aa he la administrator wiih the
sill annexed of Georee F. Comsrock. deceased ;
aroliae M Allison, the Onondaga Counts Orphsa
nsyiaaa, lac svnsirr aoms asan iailon, uie
Houae of .tbe tiood SheDherd. Jnlia Ursea . Jalia
N. Green. Cornelia en. Helen G. Comstock.
Alexander G nonstock, S:muel I.. Comsroca,
Rachel Noire. Thomas E. Patterson. Bdith Pat
terson aad Cornel a K. Lake, oeiendaot-.
To said above named parties, defendant aad
You and eecfc ol y u are hereby notified tbat Cue
above entitled suit a now pendine in raid circuit
court in and for tbe county of R ck laiaad. ia the
state of Illinois, aad that summon has beea issued
aaainst you therein: Now, nnl-ss yon shall per
sonally be and appear before the slid court on
the first dsyof tbe next term thereof to be boldeo
in tbe court Bouse in the city of of Rock Island,
ia said Rock Island county, on tbe first Monday
of J.nuary tt. to which ticoeaud place the said
summons is made returnable, and except, plead,
answer or demur to the bill of complain in said
smt filed, that the same will be taken far con
fessed against you, and decree entered aceord
incly. I'ated at Fock Island, Illinois, t&is 0;h day of
November, A. D
OEOKliK VT. GAMBLE.
Clerk of iij Court.
Henri Ci biis. Complainant'a Solicitor.
havi eiy orit-e.
STATU OF ILLINOIS I . .
ROCK IsLAKD COVXTT. f
To the Jannary term A. D. ISM. e'renit court, in
Marr Tuttle. eomnlainsnt. -. Jnha rnttin
Royal Vn'tle, William Tutile. Isaac Tattle,
Kleanor Tuttle. Vara at. Wall. Lni, at nitl
Calvin P. Tattle, 11. W. Tutt e, Alva L. Tattle".
Aiva l.. utile, tne unknown heirs at law
f Wi! iam K. Tu tie. deceased. Iba nn.
unVmwn heirs at law of John M. mule, de
ceased, the unknown heits st law of Calvin R
Inttie. deceased, the mi known heir at law of
Jesse Tutile, deceased, the unknown owners of
the following lan-'s in townebip seventeen tlTI
north ranee two (xi. west of the fourth principal
uik-iiiisii iu cam couniy oi noes itiana, aescrlbid
Ti e east half of the notthwet anarter of nr.
tlon twinty-seveCT. containing SO acres: also
nine si d (O-lt 0S6Viti) acres in the northeast
insner of the southwest quarter of said section,
bonnded as follows : Kcginning at the renter of
said sot ion, rnnnincthr lice south on the half
section line, fourteen cbiizs and timely-three
MUMiun, n.rnce west six ensins and
fortv-six links (6-46 rhsl: tltence north l.,.in..
chains and ninety-three links 14-M chsl; thence
ea-t six chains and forty-six links (S-46 chs) to
tbe plaecf rxgiriTiin'. A Is the west twenty
seven fort let hsig;-40) nf ,ati northeast quarter,
of said southwest quarter section, bounded as
ioiiows: Beginning at a stone set for the sonth.
s est corner of said norbeaat a art... ..m
southwest q, arteracction. runninit ihenct north
nineteen and .I5-1H0 chairs (1-9S chs): thence
east on the half recti n line thirteen and 4tit-IoO
chairs M4H-1U0 cHai; thence south ulnet en
and 5-100 chains ( it)V100ehs) ! thence west on
eiirhta seciion I ne thirteen and duu-ioo ch.in.
1 1 aovt-i- v cnauisi to tne place oi Beginning, con-
To all i he above named defendants, inrludina
the above naaed unknown keirs-at-law, and the
unknown cwners of tne above described lands.
Miuiua ans aai-re or leas: oerer.aanta
Tattle, the above naaa.at enaankaiina kaa it
iuh. .uu m:, ni irawiiiiaiaaiviMiav Bat.
uay a'ca ia aaia conn Ber aaeBOra BIU ol COB-
piaint agaiaai yea lor tae rarltlcn of sal.t ,ada
SBdasBinacwteaVnseraad boaaeatead sherela
to her. tha a asm mans ia rhaacery baa beea Is
sued Uiereln against aefendanta. WUllaaa Tattle
tad H. W Tattle, directed to the aherit of Cook
county, slate of 11 toots, to execute; that a saa-
bssbsib csaacery Baa Beea laeaed therata agaiaet
all the other liaill defraataataL ImwmSl
fendaat Joha Tattle I aiiactaal to ik. ah-lVar mt
said coaaty of Rock Is aad. to exeeat-, both of
sai d awaaasoaa are retarnable to tha Jaaaary term
A. D. I4. of the droalt eoart of aaid eouBtr of
Reek laiaad. to he KeruB aad botdeB at ibccean
kOUae. hi ibe ritV of trek takaaat. la uM rM.i.
of Mock lalaaa.oa the Srst Moadsw at Jaaaarai
Bext, at wkicbiime aad place yon. aad each of
yoB. will appear, aad plead, answerer demur to
Keck Ialand, IHiaols Movember.xT. IMS.
GCOKGB W. GAMBLE.
. . . Clerk of said Court.
Jackvom A Hurst. 8ol eitort for UompUia'ts.
(Saocetsor to B. WEXDT.)
Merchant -:- Tailor,
119 EighteenUi Street.
BFIt and Workmanship Guar
anteed the Best
C easing and Repairing Done.
A. D. KUFKlMc
avcprccuia, .mon? other t3K--ri,
knowa Firs Ccmmie,;flw.
Rochester German In9. Co ilK. " f- 5 1
.a Fir. Offlce; London "Urs iX '
Cniwa lns. Co of California
Beearity IBs. Co., New Havi n r
, -a .ns. c,.. B,
tie aa Fire Ins. Co., ef Peoria. m
Office Cor lSth St. and 2d it
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HATES A CLEAVrXATO
Representicg over 40 Million Do;;.
of Cash asetts
Fire Life. Tornado.
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFFlCE-Bengstcn's block dock IUtd, c,.
-ecure our rate ; they will interest jtn.
J M BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Computet
Losses Promptly Fail
Rates as low a any reliable sompary r ttvi
Tear Patroaaee ia solicited.
STATS SAVINGS BAKE.
Oace Comer Fifteexth street and Third An.
Succeed the Holine Savinn Eaex. Orcanised 1M
5 FI1BT!MSI .'AM 05 PEP0SIT1
Organised uader Sttte Laws.
Oen from I a . m. to 3 n as., and Wednesday ass
Saturday nights from, to 6pm
H. A. AxaSWOETa,
t. F. HXMKHWAT,
Porter Skinner. W. W. Wells,
C. A. Rose. H . A. Ainswomu
G. H. Edwards. W. H. Adams.
Andrew Friben r, c. F. Bamenway.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
msde for prtTate parties in the ctr
pot Of th wrt hy the
Orchard State Bank
of ORCUARD, NEBRASKA .
B. W. Dart, President.
J. 8. Dabt Ca?b:.
Mitchell Lynde, Bankers.
. F. Robmson, Cashier Rock Inland Saiots
C. C. Carter, M. D.
Henry Dart's Sons, Wholesale Groer.
roadway. Cor. Prince St.. New York City.
Befitted aad reaovuod aader new mtstemest,
OB taa Sanaa aa plea.
Roost rates SI a day and apward .
sua wraat equal to the Best ia the city at boo
bo eat cart fToaatl K. R. ttatiocs and (teas
sat and ferry aualincspaaa the door.
HILORETH A ALLEN. Pnp
REAL ESTATt. SAI.K.
By virtne of aa order tnd decree of the county
coart, of Rock Islaad county, state or Illinois,
asada oa the petition of the undersigned, Conrad
" - 11 , ..r,T. of
Hatty O. Kaaoa. deesmsed. for leave to sell
tha real estate of aaid deceased at tbe Nocenikrr
term, A. D. IK. of aakl court, to-wit: Oa the
18th dav of Hovcalier A. D-, ISM. I shall
pa the Slst day ef December nex. at tfa
boir of lo'dock in the afternoon of said day.
BeUatpBbltctale,tt taeoorthdoor of tbe court
house (a the city of Rock Island, la aaid connty.
to theh'eheat and beat Bidder for rash in han't,
allthe right, title and interest which the and
Hairs C. Naaoa, deosas d. bad at tb time of
hts dea'b. aad all the dower and homeatead
rlrbls sf Mas Naaon. aa wi,tow of Harry C. a
soa. deceased, Ib a' d to tbe followinz described
real aetata sttnatod la thee maty of Rock l;lan-i,
and Ms oof Illinois, to-wit :
Lot namber three (ill, la Brooks fifth (5) ad
dition sotbe city of Rock Islaad.
Bald premises will be told subject to the l!en of
two certala asora; ,yra, aae of which ia recorded
la Book St of HorTaas.oa Dace S4. and the ol'i-
ev in Book ts of Mortearea.oa paL'd 1, in tua
reosrdor'B aba of aaid coaaty.
Dated this Slat day of November, A. D., 1893.
Adauawsrt dor of the Estate at H'rry C. Naeot,
avcaaoa A BcBsr, Attorneys.
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