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If. am SjT pm . u. la) ami A.4 pm Arroo. Arroi ... ana H.i fbi ,. T am 1.4 vm . . ? V am i.Qfi p T''EBO'."r n . la.. Ai'i I 1b rl J HUNDREDS HUNGER The Destitution in Wisconsin and Michigan. GOV. PECK PAYS A VISIT It) HURLEY, FLEAsnir nSSR)CS .a- Aa-- tlaak BBBV TitC j iT MOMMIN rtCl BMIAMT AND Ma oorfffT it arm ntlr It moanjrh. HtW aad ktrtw-ra. and a. a .imbmh kailvTMa dnnk aaaaa troaa hnrf. aad mpiiaawad mr aaa an aawly aa tna. limoBllnd AdiaaiatnllitMa)r.andIBpaciBa. Ify .t u ii vnur BAdnaa for a fma aampia. laar'a PbbbUt Mr4trr aiam liar BMrn earbaWT lnordrV'biniibyliiilB laair. AddlBBV UKAYUK f. WiVl A K4). l.t Ituv. X.t PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. E. PARMENTER. I TTliKNF.Y AT l.W tifflce In Xilrhcll A 1 jnat lira blK JACKSON r HURST. ATTOKNtYS AT tW tifllce In Rork I'lacd N.l.m.al Bank hulldtnc. Ukc Irland. 111. K. d. n timr. r. i btalkcb. SWEENEY & WALKER. 1TTORNET Al orsELLoRS AT LAW times in m-o.-t.Kl' bio. k, Kiirk Ialand. 111. r. i. alanLB. a. w. ataBXB. SEARLE ft SEARLE. ATTvil! S E YS a n corxELLon AT LA w -and Ko'lritnr tn Caancrrj; sfficc Bnford'r ninra. l.otk iianu McENIRT McENIRY. ATTORES AT I.AW-Lnan boht on sond pccurliy. mukr cnllcciinna. "fclrtrrrrrr, M .trtu II A Lycde, nanken. Oflice In rnatnlBcc S W. ODELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW Formerly of Port Byroiu 1 1 ana aunnir tn pact two yeara 11B tbe arm or Broarntrc A Gntriki-n Bl Mnlinu, ha bow ovned i omr in tn Attdiuiriam nondli j, room a, Molina. rnrsiciAss. DR. ASAY. PaY C1AN AND SrBGEOS -113( Third Arvnne. Ti i. p! CB; 11T0. Rock Ialand. i:l. oBr Boar : 10 a. m. to IS m., 1 to 3 p. m. and J. R. Uollowbu.b. M D. Geo. E. Bank, X. V. DRS.BARTH 6x HOLLOWBUSH PiiYsiriAN ani svnaeoxs Orarr iard at. lelrpbouc IMR Kcaidcacr 711 Hiatal. - 118k urru x laofaa: Dr. Barth 1 Dr. Hollowbnan a to li' v m. I 10 to li a. m. 1 to t and to 8 p. m. I to 5 aad to tp. at. SDecial Service Mid- Winter Fair. ( 't. mm uc in Or ,.in r j;t.I. I In- ii.'at llnrk Nlaml route in.iiiur.ltoil iluiiv thr.nili tinrit tar linr Im twffn I'birnpt ami Ii AnI', via tin t lufaff't. IJot k iiianil k racilii' t Kana I'ity ami Ft. Worth, ami thrncr liv tin.- Tcxri I'acilic to El rao anil Nouthcni rin'itiic to L liKTI'KK VKT. Arrn -I'liii H t lin liivti Ciiuoluilt'd to rnn thl car tin to San Franrini'o ! tbi miiithrrn route, u hii b in an rscfUcrit one in inter !c.orj. i;o incmlMT. tUi rar k'Vf t'liiapo laily at 6 . tu. by thr proal Hwk lalanu route. The nlMiTe nieutmueil iniiri.t l!ni i in nil.l; liou tn tbo iloub'.e ct'klv erticc from Cliira, Tuemlay and Tl.nr.I.-i v viii Knik tol.iml mute. ltnvrr ti Itio Grantlr atnl Nuithern Pai irie tUronh 1'ueblo. Salt Iiko, Oilen noil :in rraucisro to l-oi An EPlfa. Iiia r:it. .4 Bin! exrellrnt arrviep cnupli il itb the faat tinie tna'le by naaen'era on t.hea tmiriat rara. ninkr them ia they ileairvo, terv popular. Any eouj.n ticket aent pan laeia a lo rate. anl re in em tier aeronil tieket are a repteil on inrar? rara. Adilrr (or full particular. John Sksabtiax. il. T. A.. C K, I P Kj.. CUivi" DR. CHAS M- ROBINSON. CTE, EAR. NOE. AXDTBROAT ONLY uac mccaiioagB nauainr. it . M su DAVENPUKT. LA. Bonn: 9 tm II am: 1 to 4 am. DBSTlSTf. R. M TEARCE. rlNTl-T-Ta bi .a Mitciwii A Lynda ' ecm 1 atvca Take aicratot. HAWTHORNE. 6t SILYIS. rENTlT - to 1714 Second aenac oer Erall 1 at Atata-B. DRS BICKLE 6t SCHOEMAKER. aENTM. BCRGBON Mitrkrll A l.jradc nine a. Honaaxy si. CTSBn Bieator EDWARD L- HAMM ATT, iRrniTErr, Rock llanrl. m. Offlcr Boon) I 41,MllcbcUAL)Bdjbnildin. GEO. P. STAUDTJHAR. AHi'tllTECT lar.a and aaprrltitendrnoB for al H ciaa u batlditm. K mb bs and 9o M ;:rti- c.l A Lyndr itanauu. tbb bubtatob ITV CITY OFFICE!. W. A- DARLING. F.M.IXKSK Kwn . Vitchvll A I.-nio block Take r Irvalor. Is Life Worth Living? Tuat Dvvnda Cpon Your Dcaltk . MONROES TONIC Will cure job and keep Ji'l well. Knr a a: Harper Houac I'harmacy. SAVED!. LABOR. TIME, M0NE7 bi reive MMAuiOABD laklnc atlik Him Mark .XrrdeA kapptlea af All Klurfa Tkiw rarioada r Farad aad 4-lMiailnc . ataaliM f iHra 1ia trvaa. That la Mre Thaa Matched at IramavoaMl. Mlt b, tia. Kleh Apprata lor AM Tea Thonaaad rroplo to M ant. 1 1 l"l:t CT, Wi., X'iv. S?. ti oTemor'ioraTe W. Ieck anil bit iuilit.tr' otnlT KH?nt yes tenlay on the Goi;rii:c rnne furnishing relief to tlie idle ami sutTering miners. everal Ihousantl of whom hare been out of work for many month am are almost ina atiuvinn condition, liovrrnor IV. k and party came on a rpecial tiial brought, to full rar londt of roviiotia anil cloth ing, and bat e organized, iu coiinectiDii with a citizen ccunmittiee, a Imreau ot relief and ditrihut ion. The famom "Hb1 Hoy Governor" lias answered an hmhmI from the belpiea workiiiviiit-a and thrir fami lies in a moal prac iirxl way, anil a il.tvk ami gloomy unilay was converted into a day of Rlwd tbaiiksiviti. There are two feet of snow on t he uroiuul. aud wil h the mercury bovernii; tieiow the.?io mark J InoKt of the time and o.fltm men on the ranpe iilie, the avriottsne of the kitualiou can well lie imagined. Keapouae If. Appeal for Aid. Ten days ai;o (i.ivernor Pock iued an appeal fur Mate aid. There was h quick res.onse Initu of money and Mipplies and it was hurried to the MilTrriiie neoiile. The pt'-il yesterday brought 2d0 barrels of fl mr, 5.iM pounds of dressed meats and all manner of canned ood ami house hold necessaries. A i.-irge amount of clothing ;r tuin, woaten and children completed the equipment, ail of the sup plies twice donation of eop!e in and near Milwaukee. The money contributed will be saved and ttsed as a reserve fund to purchase supplies nheu the donations are exhausted. I'pon the arrival of the re lief party it was met by a citizen' com mittee which supervises the distribution of supplies. A furious snowstorm was raging, bet the cars were quickly un loadcd aud I be goo.is p! te.-d in the city ball for saf-ty. QWttnle I'Mtuilie Without rmod. During the ilay an additional rar load of 2o0 barrels of flour, a gift from the city of Med(urd, is , was received And added to the general stores. A pict i. resone inci dent of the morn i nc was the ringing of the riot alarm, wh.ch hmngbt out hun dreds of men who assisted in carrying the Plipl lies from the cars to the city hail. The governor and bis party visited scores of bouses, questioning the iieople and looking Into their wauts. Many pitiable cases of destitution were found. Whole families of Cornish. Finnish and Swedish miners were found huddled together in iug'e r.Kitns, without a morsel of food and barely enough rlo- lies to cover them. The mines began shutting down last June and at present there is not a single mice in operation in the entire range, a region that mined something like o.(mi.i.0 tous of ore last year. WORSE JUST ACROSS THE LINE. A Terrible State nff Affair iB Mietiigau'a I pper IVniaattlB. There are altogether about li.ooo people in a helpless condition, but they are not nearly so badly off as the miners across the line in Mirbigan, the total number named aliove including all on the range which runs through northern Wisconsin and tbe upper Michigan peninsula. In the city of Iron wood, which is just across the border and plainly in igbt, there are in the corporate limits 4 families or 1,500 people entirely destitute. The city and county bare exhausted every means at hand and are now waiting for outside aid. Governor Kicu, of Michigan, has issued an appeal for aid for the unemployed of the upper eniusula and one ce.rload o" provisions La been started frotu Lansing for I ron wood and Itessemer. An official of Irouwood stated that tbe men were getting dcserate and nnless aid came wahia two days there would lie an ontli-efik and bread riots. TIhm far the iinemplaved hava been verv orderlv but they are now lesierate from contiuued destitution. To add to the horror of the Bituatioti in Irouwood there has been tvphoid fever epidemic. The intensely cold weather has frozen out the pi'stilence. a nil only sivty rases are now know u. 1 1 disease rapu nil slimmer, mid tiiere linve lieea up to dale al.out ;is ilenrus. Typhus is not coLhued soiely to Ironuooii, hut exists all over tlie range, to no aiaritr.tig. extett, however. It is ot a niosi ii.ai.gnaui type and generally runs through a vl,oii fnmiiy when it breaks oat. Miners as a rule are an improvident class. Yhen the hiisiuess roilapse came they were iiiy prepared to iMeet the exi genries of the occasion. When out o work tiiey become the most helpless peo ple in liie world. They cannot farm, can not cut wood and cannot iierlorui the lit tle labor that is oecasiuuiiliy oil -.-red them. A strong man, nhohasa wife aud seveu children, told the reporter that he had only made tyi cents iu six weeks, lie worked one day for the city, received an order for tl and paid 20 ier cent, to get it cashed. Th?s is a fair illustration of the stories told by the idle men. Their privations for months have lieen of the most paiuful kind. Strong men were found weeping because their sick wives and helpless children had nothing to eat and aext to nothing to wear. The indications are that about 10.000 or 12,000 of these people will have to be fed and clothed until spring. L'mler the most favorable conditions none of the mines can start with any number of men to speak of before March or ApriL Many of tbesiugle men are leaving the country, seekicga means of livelihood elsewhere, the rail roads furnishing free t rausporta'tion. Governor Peck will continue to forward suppli-s from the different ceutcrs where collected Until further orders. Allaapsal raifct3am ; aioLNT PlkAbAST, la., Nov ilia Kattie Becker of Pleasant Hill, Henry county, who had not been able to ataud alone for a year, was visited the other day by her paster, who prayed and sang, sine said she believed Jesus would cure her, aud in the midst of the song got up from her bed.. f"lie has since becu Weil and strong. Killed in a Foot Ball l.anae. WoosifcK, O., Nov. 27. As the resuit of a kick iu the siomat h aud ovor-exertioa in a game of lootiwll Koln-rt Christy .f Del- mor.t, Pa., a freshma:i in the Iniversiiy of VYooster, is dead. 1 lie young mans widowed mot her, whose ouiy support be was, and an uucie weitf the only relative at his bedside. Itoesu't I'ajr a Viil n the Dollar. ?T. I'At'L, Nov. Si. The sensational fail ure and flight of lSiislmell V litishiiell, furicveral years large dealers iu 6t. Paul realty, has beeu brought up once tnoie iiy a proposition that the creditors, whose claims aggregate about J4o0,0Hi, accept U-lo of 1 per cent, on their clrims as first and only payment. TheF.irOpheliv. "I t i.'iith; aby t.riile-tK-1 u have il ekcl, ic ma'd. And mt have sircsed ihy Kravo Tbo Hamrh qn en was not an exemplary sife but wit duktle s.n'X- c in her g-Uf l Dplic lia'g ileatli In every land wc sc the ptrc-t ami sajectes: el in t oaniititer gaiucrea :o eariy gravis.. A ppifectly r-lille care for female romp aitit". is Or Picrcs's Favori'e Prejcript on, a medicii e beyond a'l praise, which has saved mmy a young life threatened by tbe inidloi:s app oj( 1 or tire.Mv Vox chronic foma'e dc rAncemcnts, weak back, laseitude. ncrv.isnts and woor appetite. It is without an equal : a g n- cr ns tonic, a safe nervine, purely vegetable, and warranted to she sail-faction, or the itice i$li refunded. Tills guarantee : alays adhered to. Of drnpjzists W hen Buly sick, we gave m l astoria. MThen -he was a Child, shncrietl for ( 'astorta. When she hecame "Misx, slie clung lo Oastoria, Yhra she bad Cl-iUren, she gave them Castor m Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria. Lane's Family Medicine moves the bowels each day. Most people need to use it. Ci.k?eii Cry for Pitcher's castoria. Coujrhin; leads to consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop the eoub it once Childrei Cry for Pitcher-. Castoria. The arctic explorers Iijorling and Kals tennius and their crew are probably lost. Their vessel has been found a wreck, but tm trace of t he men. DR. COFFEE, THE K.M1NENT tye ard Ear Specialist Aiiil sole iiroprietor of thi .tarksopTille a d r.ar liuirmory, will visit Eye IvOCK ISLAND. - AT TBS HARPER HOUSE. Tuesday, Nov. 28. 1 ONE IMY ONLY From a m w p in. ami make tire a non'h. rttitru visits a. f t VaV aw x T Pimples Blotches Scrofula arc all caused by Impure Blood IV warned! Nature must Ve aisled to throw oft the poisons. For 6 This purpose nothing can equal m i Mature s own as: slant KIGKAPOO INDIAN SAGUfl A pure Yegi-nbh Coniponnd of 4 1 Heils, Barks an'l Is.srts Contains A no acids or minerol poisons. . Tt Is as r ralil as the ?i:iii of Tnclsn.!. All ttat is (-tM.nit-J lr it, .t w, do, Bl.Ul a W buttle. A.l .trtiot-. m ITfai.v A Btort.ow. W 521 Graiiil Ave, New llavco. Conn, m LLUAL lAKllTOKnaOritK. Estate of Joseph Unrkliar.lt. Deceased. Tne nndersbmed bavins been awsiinted --e cutrix of I he laat will aud testament of Joseph HtirkbarUt, late of the county or kock Isiana, - . nf Illinois, deceased, hnrrbv cires notice Ibat ah a'ill appear befose the county court of Rock Island couDty, at the office of tbe clerk of said court, in the citv of Rock island, at the Jar.oirv terra on the first Monday in J.nnary nt xt.al which time all persons having claims Ju-a -list said estate are notified and reqte,ted to attend, fr the purpose m oavinij ine same aujuieu. a 11 ie'rui,s iu debted toaaid est tie are requested to make ia mediale nnvasil to the nndesiimed. Dated this asih dav of 0t"VT, A. D. 13. MJP11IA Ai ATlibl BL KKllAR T, - fixerntrix. t HIM-KKV XUTll'K. STATE OF ILLINOIS, EocElsusnConiTi, (' In the c rcuit court of said TUk'h Islaml county-. In chancery. Edward 3 Jud- n. conuOa.iiant, vs. Georce F Comstock, Jr., Cornelia . Comsiock. Car line A . t-'onistock. e.eonre M. w iluams and Ldward K J11 son. Jr . as tne latter two are exscutor of he last will and i.stam n' of C. . William deceased; B. Jenis Van VIeck. Christopher.'. Kradiey, torgo . Kenneur and Alfred A. Uonie. t, as tbe lalter two are ex eutors of the last will and teaiament of J . li N ort n. deceased Albert P Fowler, as he is administrator wi h tbe will ancext-d cf Oeonre r. Oms:ock. deceased amhiie Allist.n. ibe Onondai-a Cnunt Oiphan Asylum, the svraruse Uonis Association, the House of tae tii-ssl shepherd. Julia Green. Julia S. Green, Cornell srcsin. Helen G C"tn-tock. Alexander omstock. niael I.. Comsror Kaihel Soi' n. Tbomas E. fattorson. Editb Pat- lerson and Comera J. like. oetendiini. To said altDVe named parties, defendant and ev ry one of them: on ana earn ot y. n are tiercoy nonneil that tlie above vot'tH-d suit is now nenmn? in said circuit court in and for the coun'y of R ck Island, in th tateof lilinota.andtbat summons bas been issued aiainst vou llie't-ir-: Now. unh ss von sha'l tx-r- snialiv be and aptx-ar before the court on tne nrst uayoi ine next term inereoi. 10 ue noiaei in the court bouse in the city of of nock Island. in said Knek Island conuiv. iil tbe first Motidav of J.nuary llet. to which tineauri place the said ummons is made returnable, ami except, mean. answer or demur to the bill of romp'aint in said suit tiled, that the same will be lak;n f r con -fessed against you, and decree entered accord- incly. Haled al hock Island. Klines, tnis i;h dav of Novemsjcr, A. 1 ts'.ii. bEUKUE W. (tAlBLK. Clerk of Said Court. Hr.Mii Ct'KTis, Complaiuant'a Solicitor. SOAP. we it your own way. a ie the bt Soap made For W ashing Machiue ns. VADK BY t.Ac:::x & CAisTcn. Threatened to shoot a l)r put j. Chicago, Nov. 27. President Toliuac.ot the Chicago Trust and Savings bank, threatened to shoot an attorney and a deputy sheriff, who repleviued uotes ag gregaiiug f ln.OW. The deputy sheriff also stood ready to Hie, but hostilities were averted. Ttaia Robbers' Leader Arrested. Little Kock, No-. 27. Jack YViUiaua, tbe leader of tba Oliphant train robbers, has been arrested and is in custody of Deputy Sheriff Pemberton, of iSearcy county, who refuses lo give him op with out the payment of f 1,3 XX, -I , ,tji - J. - - v' I, -rt :a; lie will strailitcn the lirst ease of Cross Eye that apply kkkk of cliati'. Send word to your friends. Call early. TV-. Coffee has treat, d ever 7'W p-tlen's in Hockforu and s'ret pori and over UW in and about oaieita. vo stiuatiou free on nrst trio He will -traighten CROSS or SUl IN t EYES in iso niinuu' . Removes CATARAOe'n Two minutrs. Pieryelnne or tilra ovvr the eyes one niiuu'e. i-iaeetirav two niinnt s. Tuminv in or out of lids and wild hairs, etc.. r.niovea nu: Kiy, SiopnliiL' of Lachrymal iteari Duet, causin? an overQow of tears, permanently cured. Polypus Tumors in nose or eats removed In two nunnies. Opening of tbe EosUchian Tube leading trout throat t ear in two minutes. Removing tonsils and tupping Uvula, one minute. Every one of the above operations I perform. exre;a raiaraei, ana jwutenia c in go dome wub out dancer. CATaK ACT. PTE15YGISXE (for film over the sight), tisicities of Cornea, blindness weak. watery ryif, granuia cd lids, chronic red sore eye-, wild hairs, cntroptum or tnriiina in of eye lids, diseases of lachrinal dnct (tesr duet), tu mors 01 eye. evterintisin or eye ball. Al! ear- cicai disease ot the ot e ana its nerves. ACVTE AND CHK'.'NIO NAAL CATAKRn in ail It forms cured nermaneiitlv. fjxatna polypDs. tamors. hanking and spitting, enlarged tonails. loss of voice, .ranulated sore throat. coarseness. DEAFNESS t can cure SO per cent of these ease Can tell In fle mttinte il curable. 1 corf many eases In one treatment .mii'm 11 BAKS-1 raneure tn every eae. WlM'll APGtG EARS 1 can enre in evervrasa HRONCHIIIS AD LCNU TROUBLE cured Irom catarrh can be cured. a lA 1-B0.ka ale, aa.ai laa-an. kaaka. ky kwu.ain 1 lawaia null umiiaii ar-tt.wii.Biiai,issi 1 II laa aVaaa-Bal. Oar fwarfa, m f al 1 1 I B a oa. caiiaaw SB. I J Al aw. A. 0 HUESlNsl Real Esta1 'Insurance JU presents, amo,, - ...... Rerescms. . known fire In.urm .. ,v-r" P.tval 1, HAw KKb aOfll K. STATK OF ILLINOIS i Kocr IstAKO ColNTT. I " " To the January term A. D. ISfl, e'renit court, in cnancerv: Mary Tuttle, complainant, va. John Tuttlo, loyal Tnitle. William Totlle. Isaac Tuttle. Eleanor Tuttle. a at. Wall. Lvdi 5. Tuttle. Calvin P. Tut He, II W. Tutt e. Ah. L. Totlle. Alva I. Tntile. the uckaowu beira at law of Wi! lam K. Tu tie. deceased, the un- iuikn-n heirs at law of John M. luttie. de ceased, tlie uuknown heirs at law of Calvia R 1 utue. deceased, the nnknow n heir at la .if Jesse Tuttle, deceased, the unknown owners of Hie following lan-'s in tow nship seventeen (17) rorth mnce two t-. west of the fomth principal me'ldian in said county of Roik Island, descnbid as follows : Ti e east half of the northwest quarter of sec tion tw nty-eevc C-Tl. containim: Ni acres: a'so nine and ICsKO BS-piO) acres in the nonhe.at quarter of the southwest ipiarter of s:ild seclion. oautidea as loiiows: hemcni': at the center of id ss'i t ion. running th-nee smith on the half section line, fourteen .linrjs aud ninety-three l'lias tH !tl chs 1 ; Irenes w.-st six ck.it-. and lortv-six l;nks ti-4t rhs; thence liorth fourteen chains and niii.My-lltree links dt Mi ehsl: thecee ca-t six chains and lony six links f-4 chsl to the pia ei f is gin. in . Ais. tne west twenty- en 11 tortietlis s.-so) of -art northra-t qnaner. i said southwest utiarter SO:llon. lioumled as folloas: Iteginifitur at a srons set for the south- rest fs.rner of said rorhe-ist 0 artcr of siid si-utbsejt q-.ai-iersee'.ion. runniiii; thence nortli l.lnetet n alio : IIK1 cnail s il'Mla ells): theroe east on the hnlf sect! n line thirteen and 404-10O chairs il l iln-liO cii.i : thence sonth titui t en and j.:tHlclia'tis ( l'.l W-luO cbs) : tiicuce west 011 emutn reeiion 1 ne icirtccn and 40M-IW chains OS 4nl 0 ch.Hit.si to the plaeeof beinninjr. cou- ti lnin; i; acres, ni. re or le: defci dauis. To all 'he aliove named defendant, inelmlitiff- the above named unknown heirs-at-law, and the unknown wners of the above described land. Yon. and each of ou w II take rot ice that Marv Tutt the above named comi'lsluutit. has this day li.ed in said court hi r amend d bill cf com plaint auaius! yon lor the i .ri knof eaie I mds aud assignment of dow-cr and homestead th.rciu to her. tha a summons in ehancerv lias been is- sued therein acaiust aefendaiits. William Tuttle and H. W Tuule. liirecicd to the sheriff of Cook cooutv. rate of llir.ois. to execute; that a sum mons in chancery has been issued increiu against 1 tne otner named Qeter.rUiits. texeeut de fendant Jokn fntile) directed to tbe sbenfl of said county of Kock Xs'and. 10 extent . both of said summons arc returnable to tho January term A. D. IH4, of !he circuit court of said county of Ruck Island, to be nenun and bolden at iheeonrt house, in ihe eiry of Rock I.'and, in said conniv of sock Island. ou tlie first Monday of January next, at whiek lime and place you, and each of you. will appear, and plead, answer or demur to said bill. Rock Island, Illinois. November, il. GEORGE W. GAMBLE, i lerk of said Contt . Jackson A Hi rst. Sol citora lor Computings. LOUIS ErJGlAlIhT, (Successor lo U. WENDT.) Merchant -:- Tailor, 119 EighteeutU Street. i:i.t.. ."j j.uuin.. wrman 1.-. t., V. ' 't Rochester G. rmaU ! , ' " ? a t., Cllixens' lis c ,.( . " h" tc-S". Snn FireOii.e, I.'.., . I,.' - ' r I man ln. t o., .if 1.. , Securitv In. .. 1 .Milwaukee 'ii,.'- Wis. German Fir.: In Office Cr 1 :!. s. ur.-I ; sLxvr. Established is68 "THE OLD BEllftt HAYES & CLEAT; .-ekha:. Representing over 411 W; , . 01 Cihh asse ''ire Life, Tc-rtai-Accider.t, v. Err-pk-yer 5 -INSURANCE.-Bonds of Suretyjh.p. OFFICE Berrs;, u s !, , s r1 Sec ore oor rales; unv -t Ui:if J M BUF0RD, renerai Insurance Agent TteoM Fire T m r Tvj'ris-vrrc'i. Losses Promptly ?d Rates as kiw as any re;:in:, siv. Yon- Patror.ace :- so -.r-..V. THE SIOLIXi, STATE SAVI1TGS 353 MoliDe, 111. Office Corcer Ftftee-. :h sirte; ate Ti re is CAPITAL S 100.000.00. Sniceed the alolir.c Ssvir i r.s. iT:iz:: s fcrnai mum .aid Organized uidvr "-:c L.ss. Oen from It.n.tot? m.. atd Wv4t j; Saturday tiefcts frotr.T-cf;a Pobtbr SKtSSIB. H. A. AiasitouTa, J. F. KlaENWiT. r-9 V:ci-P. 14 Dl RECTI '6-: Porter Skinner. W. W. W,: . C A. Rose. ".A JiL-rn G. H. Edward', W. E. A.-.ir:. Andrew Friberg, r. F. Keanaij. Hire- D-.s-. Western Investmenti , GUAUANrEi-.'t REAL ESTATE LOAN mtdc for priv.i:" j t- r : t vi V:.. w s" Orchard State Ban of oac!.A:i: n. . . E. W. DiKT. !"res. :. : '. Fit and Workmanship Guar anteed the Best C eating act! Repairing Done titfti.KS '; Mitchell X Lyr.d.-. liat.s -s J. F. KohinsMi, c'tt-i -i r .. Bank. C. C. Carter, v . p . leery Dan s i:i s. -.c COireslK';!'!' " ' i:Kt l lOlis Mlllt I.. Bstate of Loai-a We'. Tbeunderaisned hav.i - - 1: ' ' tars of the .asl will :.t.i ' WolleiihaiipT. late of :'u i i state. o Illinois, ctcea- -. ' thai taey will appear In f Rock I.iand conr.:y. at :r .aid court, in the citv of . ruar term, on the erst J.ot .' at which time a!lt rs.': s : said esta'.e are nor.iH a- 1 for the puriiose of r.av.: :.' persons indebted tosa'des's' ajaae immediate pavincr 'e V Dated Ill s slid dav o N '. y AliV wmI I.K.Ni:.'. '. , ,. AMU1K1V W 1: !.'islltV 1 , CJ ri 1 ! KK.tkl.MAII. ! By virtueof an ord. r a1 i ' court, of ! k Island". " ' ' ' ' ' made on the petition ef tl. - ' Schneider. admimsiral'T '! rit Harry C. Nasoii. ciee.-.i -i. the reai estate of said ilns a-' .1 ' term, A. 11. IsW. of said co-jrt. ISth dav of sie.v.mt'cr A. ' on the Slst day ef l'fc?tr,i' -r hor of I o'clock in the .':" sell at public sale, at the t ertl. 1 house in th- city of Hock 1-' " to theh'gbest and bit lioi.:-' Blithe right, title acd ':i:tr. s Harry C. N'ason, d c as a. l - his dea'h. aud all the ;'-'V' ' right of Mav Nson. a ' l - ' son. deeasc3, in aid 10 th'' f" real estate aituated in tl:ec ici j and Ta e of Illinois. io- d : aA nnniTx-r three op. ia I-r dition totbe cily ot Rock ls!ar. . v., -t said premis.'. will he scat s'-iU ' ; r h.'ni-ri.lnnuiriirV.. Ariedi ' ' k. In Book 64 of Montages, on i n-' w :;' ' er in Book BSof Murtgages.on I-'-" -v rmnlitr'l r fflf. nf aaliicOQntV . UaUdthlsSlstdayof Novrmb1;'-V-i.E Admlnisiratorof the Eetatc i -deceased. JacKsns A Hirs-, Attorney ii ii if- : :M .. tis r.e pi w L-4 (4 i 1 I .:'