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THE? BOCK ISTjAND .ABGU8 TUESDAY MARCH. - 5, 1889.
THE MUNICIPAL BODY.
Regular Monthlj-jMeeting of the
Mills Allowe aa Oiker laaaartaBt
at t era Aete rpa The- .!:
. Clerks f Eleetlaa A4Jarai
Cut Coukcix Room. Rock Iilakd.
March 4 The council met In regular
session at 8 p. m.. Mayor Blanding pre
aiding, tod all tbe aldermen present ex
cept bcott. Tbe minutes of tbe lait regs
ular and adjourned meetings were read
and approved. Officers' reports for tbe
nootb of February were read and ordered
placed on file. The maor read a mes
sage Tetoiog tbe ordinance proriding for
semi-monthly meetings of tbe clt? coun
cil. Alderman Hampton mo red that tbe
ordinance be passed, tbe mayor's objec
tlona to tbe contrary notwithstanding
Tbe motion was adopted 10 to 3 (Negus.
Aldermtn Howard from tbe comuettee
on claims, reported back tbe Warren
Rogers case without recommendation, the
man offering to settle for 1 275 . Tbe re
port was received and ordered placed on
file. Alderman Hampton moved that tbe
claim be allowed. Aldermin Negus
mored as an amendment that tbe claim
be referred to the city attorney and the
committee on claims. Adopted.
Alderman Oray reoorted the placing of
a telephone in tbe Franklin hose bouse
for night service at $34. a year.
Manager J. R Johnston and President
P. Fries, of tbe Brush Electric Light Co..
addressed the council in relation to a re
duction on their bill for "lights out,"
caused by a stoppage of the water supply,
the motor having been clogged with pine
refuse; and in relation to water charges
on tbe meter basis.
Alderman Simmon, from tbe health
and police committee, reported the sick
ness of the police horse and its sale for
Mr. B. II. Kimball addressed tbe coun
cil in relation to the dog tax. asking that
tlOO be allowed for making a full list of
dog owners, and 15 per cent for collect
ing tbe tax. Alderman Howard moved
that tbe dog collector be allowed 25 per
cent in full of all demands. Alderman
Schnell moved as an amendment tbat tbe
sum of $100 be allowed for listing and 15
per cent for collections. Amendment
Ayes Hampton, Neirusi, III, Schnell,
Simmon, Edwards, McConochie 7.
Noes Howard, Schsfer. Gray, Win
ter, Evana, Williams 6.
The resolution as amended was then
adopted, 8 to 5.
Alderman Williamson, from the ordi
nance committee, reported favorably an
ordinance fixing tbe compensation of tbe
city weigher, and movl its adoption
Alderman Winter, from tbe finance
committee, reported the bill of tbe Brush
Electric . Light Co.. for $493.17. less
1U SO reduction, disputed, and moved
its reference to the finance committee and
tbe mayor with power to act . Alder
man awards moved to lay the bill on
the table, which was lost, and tbe motion
to refer was adopted by unanimous vote
Alderman Winter, of tbe Finance Com
mittee reported an ordinance allowing
bills from the different funds, which was
allowed by unanimous vole, as follows
Labor Pav Koll Feb 13.
Dn Daly 7 SO John Rooney.
John Condon 4 SO John Lindqutst
Labor par-roll March I.
Wd( Toang.... 3 73 Wm Martin...
J tarn Kinney. ... ."0 THn Daly
Thoe Pane? 4 IS Pat Brogan
Joba Parley 1 87 Jaa Kelly
Jamee Slater S 25 Christ Baker...
M V M M In Co.. W 6 Fred Oro 4 06
N' W M Fir Is Co 10 5 Louie a schmiot . t 21
O BKahlka 9 23 John Brechin 3 35
K L Kahlk 15 70 J U Kfr-h S 00
Patrick Feeley .. 10 37 PanBrcnao 2 7
Caarlea Arnold... IS 70 Christ Haberlab.. 1 10
JallusCue 0 Shallbergs Tropp S3 70
Clothing allowne. 62 SO J M Sullivan SO 00
John Brennan . . 75 00 H L Baker SO 00
L Kramer MM Wm Mc 'art by VI U0
P J Cary 50 00 W P Tindall 11 SO
Frank Meenan... So 00 (mil tthoil 3 2u
6o Long 50 0 R 1 ta Co IS 87
John Schaab 5 00 Wm Boehne... ... S 50
Oeo Better 50 00 T H. Tbomae 1 10
Mich Sexton 45 l P B Lime kia .. IS 40
KIGas Co 1 83 j Egleeion.... 1 -
Rodman RJle Co ) Ou C t C.erk t Si
SO Fruer 17 64 rcionPr.nt'g Co.. 7 SO
WAGothrie 6 OS Henry Klnner 4 40
Am Fire H Mr Co DO Mi:ilCo 50
S C P.ammer Sr CO 00
Robert Koehler.luO uO W L?wen-y 45 00
P Meynold.... W 67 Wm Erglestoo 45 CO
Wi Mcfiniry.... SO 00 w w Esgleston..... 8 83
T WOKS OiraBTMIST.
John A Motrin.... U St Thoe Green 1 50
WH Pierce Ti 5") M Frick 3 50
John Meeoaa 72 50 Andrew Brady ... 1 15
Joan Kitson M Oo C V Mining Co.. ..174 50
Wm Schmidt IS 87 Adatnmn A Ralck 97 30
Uoo Archer 1 90 Dav.s Co 79 07
Andrew Brady 14 SO M Ternary 84 83
M T Stafford M M Baker Co SO 5
H Doognsrty 33 33CB4QRR it SI
A Brady 14 99 Meat tlec Lt Co. . 10 00
Geo Archer 37 31 Stewart A Mon'ry. T 63
M at Pierce SI u) Con Tank Line Co. 5 tO
Deonia Kel'y 1 31 Grape A Marry... 3 10
Mich CoaghliD... 4 67 Winter 4 Lemb'g. S SO
Tbos Fuller.... . 1 SO Chae Banegen 188
Wm Morris V 00 r E Nsson 1 S
Mich Brennan.... 7 10 Bl Ga. Co 1 OS
XiehOooghlta.. . I li frank Sadler 105
111 Glass Works. 1 CO
Contingeat (533 61 Health 50 00
Folic 6W 4l Salary 815 00
OtBce, ate SvS 09 Waterworks 907 41
rm is 55 .
Grand total.. S1.744 08
Bills of A. Trefz. $2.75; A. Cyrus. $6.
and Central Union Telephone company,
$18.60 were also allowed and other bills
referred to the finance committee.
Alderman Edwards, from tbe water
works committee, moved tb&t the city
clerk notify the Brush Electric Light
company to pay the bill for water service
heretofore presented. Carried unani
mously. Tbe clerk read a list of judges and
clerks of election, which was adopted by
unanimous vote, as follows:
First ward Judges. W J Gab a gen.
Ed Burrill. Sr., Alfred Coyne; clerks, J
D Warnock, Patrick Murrin, John Farn
ham. becond warJ Judges. J R Huber. H
C Wivill, John Barge; clerks, Wm Oray,
Jr.. Geo Sounder. David dam.
Third ward Judges, Wm Tounfr, C P
Hengstler, John Stroeble; clerks. Louis
Oblweiler, J O Freed, J H Udders.
Fourth ward Judges, W H Wbitman,
B H Kimball, Peter Ecker; clerks, M W
Battles, B H Cook. J H Eirsch.
Fifth ward Judgea, B F Knox, John
Flanagan, Michael Murrin; clerks, J L
Freeman, T F Wheelan, John Albrecbt.
8lxth ward Judges, Peter Frey, T F
Cary. Edward M Wilcox; clerks, C W
Schlegel, James Larkio, Thomas Dolly.
Seventh ward Judges. B H Holland.
Edwin Ward, F W Stumer; clerks. Wil
liam Brooks. J E Larkio. F W Story.
Tbe last named clerk in each ward was
designated as the township clerk, on mo
tion of Alderman Hampton.
Alderman HcConochie moved that tbe
chairmen of the political parties be re
quested to place on their city tickets the
line "For Against Sale of Waterworks,"
tbe voter to erase either "for" or
"against," the retention of both words to
be considered no Tote on the subject
The clerk submitted a report as to dis
satisfied water consumers; and read tbe
bond of the superintendent of water
works, which waa approved.
Adjourned till tomorrow evening, on
motion of Alderman Ed wards.
Robkbt Kokbxkb, City Clerk.
The fourth Greek letter society tjoong
the young ladies of Cornell University
has been formed recently. I
Urlna: aw m Ttmmr 'm Day Tbey Hw
Solvwd the. PraUeat ef Cfcawp Exlatenei
The Chinese are pre-eminently economical,
whether it be in limiting the number of
wanta, in preventing waste, or in adjusting
fosce in such a manner as to make a little
riresent a great deal Tbe universal diet
conaista of rices benna, millet, garden vege
table and tub, with a little meat on high fea
tivala Wholesome food in abundance may
be supplied at leas than a penny a day for
eacb adult, and even In famine times thou
sands of persons hare been kept alive for
months on about a halfpenny a day each.
Tbia tmpUe the existence of a high degree of
culinary alull in the Chines. Their mode of
preparing food are thorough and various.
Thera uo waato; everything la made to do
as much duty as posibls. What is left is the
variant trifle. The ph yaicaJ condition of the
Chinee dog or cat who ha to live on the
toavlnst of the family show this; they are
clearly kept on starvation allowances.
Tbe Chines are not extremely fastidious
'n regard to food; all b &h that come to
their net, aud moat things come thera sooner
or later. Certain diotui bauces of the human
organiattioo, due to eating cliseased meat,
are well recognised among the people; but it
is considered butter to eat the meat, the
cheapness of which in certain, and run the
risk of the consequeuors, which are not quite
certain, than to buy ktu meat even with the
asaurance of uo evil rum Its. Indeed, th
meat of animal which have died of ordinary
ailment Is rather dearer thau that of those
which have died in an epidemic such a pleuro
pneumonia. Another example of caivful, calculating
economy is the construct iou of the cooking
pota and boilers, the bottoms of which are a
thin a poesiM that the coutents may boil all
the sooner, for fuel u scarce aud dear, and
consit generally of nothing but the stalks
and roots of the crop, which make a rapid
blaze aud disappear. The bu&inece of gather
ing fuel U committer! to children, for one
who can do nothing eLo can at least pick up
straws ana leavos and weeds. In autumn
and winter a vast army of fuel gatherer
spread over tbe Unit. Cots ascend trees and
beat them with clule to shake off the leaves;
tue very straws got no tuna to show which
way the wind blows before ttey are annexed
by aom enterprising collector. Similarly
proffsuoual manure collectors swarm over all
the roads of the country.
Chinese women carry this minute economy
into their drew; nothing cornea atuue to them:
if it is not used in one place it is in another,
where it appear a thing of beauty. Foreign
residents who give their cast off clothes away
to Chinese may be assured that the career of
usefulness of those garments is at last about
to commence, Chinese wheelbarrow squeak
for the want of a few drops of oil, but to
people who have no nerves the squeak u
cheaper than tiie oil. Similarly, dirt is
cheajwr than hot water, and so, as a rule, the
people do not wash; the motto "Cheaper than
dirt," which th soap dealer puts In his win-
dowa, could not be made intelligible to th
Chinese, To them the average foreigners are
mere soap wastera
Scarcely any tool can be got ready made;
it is so much cheaper to buy the part "and put
them together for yourself, and as almost
everybody takes this view ready made tools
are cot to be got. Two rooms are dimly
lighted with a single lamp deftly placed In a
hole in the dividing wall Chinese, in fact,
seem to be capable of doinj almost anything
by means of almost nothing. They will gtve
you an iron foundry on a minute scale of
completeness In a backyard, and will make in
an hour a cooking range, of strong and per
fect draft, out of a pile of mud bricks, luffing
indefinitely, operating perfectly and costing
The old woman who in her last momenta
hobbled as near as possible to the family
graveyard in order to die so as to avoid the
expense of coffin bearers was Chinese. North
Tilt Milllooaire of th Senate.
I saw a man add up the fortunes of the
members of the senate. Of course, no other
earthly thing Is as bard to find out as bow
rich a rich man is. He htmjaif vary seldom
knows, and the human imagination is weak
indeed when it contemplate a big aggrega
tion of dollars. Most of tbe people of this
country cannot understand the sensation of
owning $100 in a lump. It used to be a com
mon saying that A. Tjatewart was worth
1100,000,0110, but I beliSve bis estate, after
death, amounted only to 130,000,00. There
is a member of congress from Massachusetts
whose close friends rane from 14,000,000 to
250,000 tn estimating his wealth. But on
the basis of popular guesses the figures of
senatorial wealth that I saw today footed up
1 139,0XI,00Q. According to this calculation
there will be, counting Vice President Mor
ton, nineteen milllonairce in the next senate,
which number is a third of the total mem
bership. When Zachariah Chandler came to
the senate, lust before the war, I have hoard
that be could not find another millionaire in
the chamber. Only fourteen years ago there
ware but nine millionaires m the senate.
Washington Cor. Boston Globe,
An Improved Metalllo Railroad Tie.
A tie Is which tbe rail can be easily placed
or removed, and in which it will be firmly
held to prevent spreading or canting, has
oeen pa-enieu oy ils. aiicnael ualoner, road
master of the Scioto Valley railway, of Iron
ton, O. The tie is preferably made of rolled
iron or Bessemer steeL and has a cross shaped
cross section, the horizontal fUnges being
adapted to rest on the track bed, while a
downwardly exteading Cane Is embedded in
the roadway. In the upwardly extending
flange are openings cf a sire to admit the
cases cf tee rails, and Immediately beneath
them are offsets on the bottom flange to pre
vent a sidewise displacement of the tio. The
rails are held in place by tbo heads of bolts
passing through the top flange, the heads of
tbe bolts having a straight bottbm edge rest
ing on the top of the horizontal flange, and a
slightly beveled off jet to fit on the top of the
baao of tbe rail, t! inner face of the head
resting against the side of tho upper flango,
in which position it u firmly held by a nut
on the opposite side, while these fastening
ouiiM may ue reaauy removed and replaced.
Laxnrtoa Quarters at SI SO a Tear.
A correspondent of The Boston Herald
gives the most alluring description of a
bachelor s apartment in ew orknot far
from the Fifth Avenue hotel, which com
bines drawing room kitchen and bedroom,
and which costs a litne less than 3 a week.
Of course a cooking stove and a folding bed
are. Important factors in tbe domestic ar
rangement, while portieres, hangings and
odd bits of artistia furniture combine to
make a very attractive home. It is surpris
ing what excellent quarters can be found in
central locations for a very small sum of
money, and comparatively faw know that in
tbe matter of rooms a man can be as well
and cheaply accommodated in New York as
in any of the large European capitals.
Be very particular about disinfecting the
kitchen sink. Washing soda, two tables poon
fuls to a gallon of boiling water, makes an
excellent wash to pour hot Into the sink at
night after yon have finished using it ' "
T the Creslltere er Willi aa Basnak.Hl
Notlco la hereby given that William
Ramskill. Of -thfl citr nt TlrvV Talari.
county of Rock Island, state of Illinois',
am on tne ivtn aay or December, 1888.
make an assignment to me of bis estate,
to cay debta for the benefit of hi rrprtlt.
on, that I have this day qualified as soch
assignee In the county court of said
county. The above named creditors will
therefore t) re sent their claim aainat
said Ramskill to- me nnder oath or affir
mation, within three months from this
date as required by law".
UKORok rosTBR, Assignee.
Rock Island, HI., this 80lh day of Dec.
1888. : - r.7...
Ulster is the name of a county In New
York. Tbe name wonld fit any of the
counties when winter comes-, r '
The deliClOUS fra-raiic ifrahtnir
coolness and soft beauty imparted to the
skin bj Pozzoni's Powder, commends It
to all ladles. ,..:. i " - - -
Tbe German immrnr nosv has hla Rr.
lift palace lighted with electricity. -
During cabinet eesions the president pre
sides, seated at th head of tbe long table
facing north; on hs right are seated the sec
retary of state, tie secretary of war and
postmaster general ; on his left are th eecre
tary of the treastry, tbe secretary of the
navy and the attorney general; and opposite
to him, at the foot of the table, is the chair
of the secretary of the interior. The private
secretary occupies seat at a small desk
facing tbe souther x window and near the
president. This arrangement is not, la ao
cordancewith the order of precedence ob
served by congrean in establishing the prasi
dantial sawninn If the attorney general
and the secretary ot the navy should change
seats, bringing the former fourth and the lat
ter aixth the rank alternating across the
table th order wo old be strictly correct,
The sessions of the cabinet are informal
affairs. So person except those named are
permitted to enter t he room during the coun
cils, and no official lecord of the proceedings
is npv Tne dusumh done or discussed cov
ers all leading subjects belonging to the vari
ous branches of adniintstratioa on which the
president may desint Information or advice
department reports concerning special mat-
tars of importance appointments to office
and questions of general administrative pol
icy. St. Nicholas.
Woman as a Standard of Beauty.
A member of the "Toman's National Dress
association of Chicap tays: "We have the
key to our success. A young girl will do
anything to become beautiful. She will en
dure any sort of exercise with an application
and fortitude worthy of any cause, Bhe will
develop her muscles, train her joints, strive
to acquire grace of motion and beauty of car
riage and perfection of form. She will do all
this under any sacrifice, if by doing so the
world will call bet beautiful Now," she
continued, "the key to our success is this
We are getting the vorld to set up a perfect
torm as tne standard of beauty. That is al
ready practically ajcompUbhed, Once the
world comes to reoDgnixe this as tbe true
standard of beauty, no dressmaker, no de
signer of artistic gowns, will dare to disfigure
it by bustles or cora ts or drapery. The ef
fort will be to brine out the beauty of the
lorm, u perfect, in ai its grand curves: and.
don't you see, mothers will look well to the
physical culture of tteir little girls, and the
girls themselves, as soon as they come to
know that they cant shine in society without
perfect forms, wul strive with great seal to
acquire them by phy.acal culture. " Chicago
Th UearU of Men and Women.
Soma Interesting statistics about tbe human
heart are published by a journal which com
bines science and settiment beyond most of
our contemporaries. We refer to The Ameri
can Queen, and the topic on which it dilates
is the human heart The surprising fact in
its report is that the heart of a man is larger
than that of woman and weighs more, espe
cially as Ufa advance The heart of a girl
and the heart of a bey are of about the same
size, but the manly heart gains, so that when
it reaches perfection, say at the age of fifty,
the area of its surf see is fully as much as
two square inchoa a ore than the area of
woman's heart. We xofeas that we are sur
prised and rather sh xked at this informa
tion; and if X proieeded from any other
source we should certainly doubt its accu
racy. Yet, after all, it Ib not size but qual
ity that ought to be n garded lu heart. So
it is also with braiia. A small brain, hk
that of Abraham Lin x?ln, for instance, may
be far more effieaciou?', provided it be of tbe
requisite fineness and compactness,, than a
big brain, like that of Yankee Sullivan. The
heart of a woman is undoubtedly nobler than
that of a man in quality. Its pulsations may
not be so noisy, but they are more intense
and subtle; and thus it is that woman not
only surpasses man in her power of loving,
but in the elevation, the ideality and the
Integrity of the moral nature. In short,
women are better thin men, and the state
ment of The American Queen cannot be ad
mitted as proving anything to the contrary.
New York Sun.
Sweet Florida oranges at Krell A
Ice creams and ices of all kinds at
Krell A Eath's. Be sure and zive tbem
For Rent Two robins over m? mer
chant tailoring establishment.
J. T. Drxojr.
Yucatan. Tutti Fiutti, Barley Malt.
spruce and all the latjst brands of gum
at axeii cz aiaw a.
A. D. Hueslng. rest estate and insur
ance agent. Office N a. 1008 Second ave
nue. Rock Island.
Walnut, hickorjnul, peanut and French
fruit nougat just leceived at Krell &
Math's. Try some; it is extra flee.
"Oht what lovely candy and how nice
and fresh it looks" is 1 be expression of all
tbe ladies as they look in Krell & Math's
fine cases of French candies.
The Royal Insuiaacs company, of Eng
land, bas the largest surplus of any fire
insurance company in the world. A. D.
Huesing, agent, office No. 1808 Second
avenue, Kock Island.
Insure in the Bo vision Insurance Co.,
of Boston, Mass.. organized 1873. As
sets nearly tl.000.OOC. E. W. Hurst,
agent. Office over Reck Island National
Berth Babeoe t . Dattiu-
No, 1724 Second avenue. Special atten
tion paid to saving the natural teeth and
Inserting teeth witbou. plates.
Taxss Bor Das. -
W. J. Oahagen, tax collector of the
city-township of Rock Island, has opened
an office in the county treasurer's office,
court boose, and is re id y to receive the
taxes of 1888, now due .
Hard Coal Market.
Grate and egg sizes. $9 per ton; stove,
No. 4, and nut, (8.2C per ton; for best
quality of anthracite oal, screened and
delivered in any part of the city; 25 cents
per ton discount for cash. Cartage will
be added on all orders of less than a ton.
E. O. Fbazer.
Hsving disposed of our stock of boots
and shoes, and desiring to settle all out
standing accounts, I will be at the old
stand, 17133tcond avenue, for the next
80 days, where all bill against the firm
of Turner & Co. will be paid and all
debtors are requested to call and settle.
. lateral t
yourself in life insuran ze. You will find
the renewable term policy of the Provi
dent Savings Life Ass trance society of
New York to be tbe best, the cheapest
and the fairest. Avoids the unnecessa
rily high cost of level premiums and the
uncertainty and insecurity of easeaament
insurance. Net cost for $10,000 for year
1007. Age 23. f 107.00; age 35, f 131.60;
age 40. 9 169.00; age 50. 1199.80.
LJIBESK5ECHT S QlMVTtAD, -.
, local Agents,
No. 1712 Becond ave. Rock Island.
LofW "I Hnn't knn mrhar. J .
tell when ; I don't see be w something of
great value to me, and for the return of
which I shall be truly thankful, viz: a
rotnsD. Health and strength, pure
blood, an aDDetita like that nt wnir
regular digestion, all by taking that pop-'
(.. J II n .. .
uu pcuuar ineuu me, xlOOu S Oar-
saparilla- I want ever f body to try it
this season. It is sold by all druggist.
One hundred doses one dollar.. v
Joseph Charles and ?rand Klouchek.
brothers, of Portland. Oregon, were . all
born on the Fourth of July, two in Aus
tralia and one la this country . '
THE worst features about dangerous soaps h the damage done
before their injurious effects arc detected. The injury done to
clothing by the use of poor soap is often greater than the actual
wear. Professor Cornwall, of Trinceton College, says the Ivory
Soap is pure. His statement should be sufficient guarantee for you
to have only tho Ivory Soap used in your family.
A WORD OF, WARNING.
There are many white soaps, each represented to be "just as good as the 1 Ivory' j"
they ARE NOT, but like all counterfeits, lack the peculiar and remarkable qualities of
the genuine. Ask for " Ivory " Soap and insist upon getting it.
Copyrbjht ltS6, by Procter & Gumble.
J. M. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
4IIUFACTVSSB OT OBAOXaUU A9 BltCVITt.
Ask your Grocer for the as.
'pMlsltiss: Tt Christy "OTITIS aa4
Soma Foolish Psora
Allow a cough to run until it gets beyond
tbe resch of medicine. They often say.
"Ob, it will wear away." but in most
cases it wears them away. Could they be
induced to try tbe successful medicine
called Kemp's Balsam, which is sold on a
positive guarantee to cure, tbey would
immediately see tbe excellent effect after
taking tbe first dose. Price 60 cents and
$1. Trial siee free. At all druggists'.
A surveyor may not believe in chance
and yet he is continually drawing lots.
Pond's Extract. Men and women will
suffer from a severe headache, when tea
minutes spent bathing the bead with tbe
Extract would afford relief.
Tl is powder never van. A marvel of parity,
stteegth and wholaaomeae; more economy
competition with th mnltltnde of low teat, shorty
weight alnm or phosphate powder. Hold aalyi
RovA Bamue Powbbb Co.. ISa WallSt.
STATE OF ILU5018. '
BOCKlSlaSB Co CHIT . 1
In th Circuit Court, In Chancery. -
Charlea S. Wlllns vs. William H. Edwards, J. h.
zr l , S .,,ru" "Y1on. rrsd Kd wards, Ella
Maglll.VWIllam at. Edward and Samuel Bowie.
Forrdoenr General Ko. S0SS.
Notice I hereby fiven that hv vtrina nt a H.
ere of said court, entered tn tha sbov en'ttled
cauae, on the 1WU day of Jannary, A. D. 188. I
shall, on Saturday, the lSth day of March, A. D.
ise9. at th hoar of 1 O'clock in thm .rr.mnnn
at th north door of th court bens, lnth city
of Rock Ialand, In aid county of Hock Ialasd, to
satiafy said decree, eU at pubUe vendue, to the
higbeat and ben bidder for caah. Lboas certain
Circels of land, situate In the county of Rock
land and state of IlUaols, kaowa and deaenbed
as lollowi, to-wit:
Lou No. ods (I) and two (2) tn blsck -Vo. two
(S)tnWood' ecoad(M) addition, to the town
iduw cjijj oi aoiin.
Daudat Rock Ialand, IlUnoIs, this 18th day of
February, A. D., I960,
Vaster In Chaneery. Rock Island Co.. TU.
Wm. A. Msasa, Complt's Sol'rr 14-dSOt
"R Tfrtnaa nf an al4as aAiitlM J .. will
------ sasvuuvu sauu ic uiia
fl227 ittacdoatof th cWrk'i office of the clrtuit
awe intna couni7,ana ttau of 1 11 1 not.,
and to me directed, whereby I mm commanded to
maks that amAnnl a - 1
obtained a?alot Patrick Qolnlan and In favor of
wuubu, uui vi am laoua. mnDwa, vowa
and chattel of the said defendant, Patrick Ualu-
lan 1 hara 1wiA nn .k. t-
- ......... uyuy w luuuwujii uniicii7,
to wit; LoUon (1) and four, (!, In block twelve.
fiat In r.i.aiM i a 1 1 . . i . .
u.vkv iiivir aaaiuun to u city ui
Rock Island in county of Rock Island snd suteof
Therefor, according tosaid command, 1 shsilw-
DOM fnr nnKll. . -II . L. .Ll ..-.1 ,
Intereat of th above named Patrick QuWlan la and
to th abort deacri bed property, en etetarday. th
north door of the court bona hi the city of Hock
1,1,1111 i. th. " . a ii . . . . . .
i7i, 7 . wuuit , nocx i at ana ana eoue or
Illinol, f or caih In hand, to satiafy said execution
and fee bill
A. D. 1888. T a art via .
Bherm erf Rock Island county, Illinois.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rocx lijtD Corjarr
la the Circntt Conrt la OtMotmn. .
BsnttB KingT. Fraak Bammerly. Jamee Bam-
i l VV - "-"unvny, acoo nammariy, umil
L, vS' I La rina Martindale and
ClydHerriek Partition. Oeaeral Ho. SSS9.
Notice la herabv itim that w m . u -
at aaid coort. nt.nii f .k. . w .4.1-
""i11? d!7 ' ?bnjry, A. D. 1888. 1 ahall.
at th hour of 1 o'clock tn th arteraoon, at the
aorta door of the court honae. in th city of Rock
Island, ta said county of Bock Island, sll at
public ajctioa. to the hisheet and beat bidder for
caah la hand, tha certain parcel of land, altaate
m ib ooanty or nock ialand and state of Illinois,
known aad decrlbd a follow, to-wtl: "
city of Bocklaland knows a Binnefa aidiOoa.
rmm mm Mmm aauNH, aunoiB, uu stn aay r
Fcbraary, A. D. ISSftv . ... BSNRT CURTJS. ,
jair m vnaacery, KocJt lalaad Co , III.
Gtma wsauT, Cossnlt's Sol-tr. - 9-osw ' 1
They are best,
the Canity WXTXX."
ROCK I8LAND. ILL.
"WA?,TE2rA.0EfT9 ,(r oar SEW PATEITT
ilf": J PfleeSSS: other In proportion. Hlh
RT.h'?lSlT,r m Onwnoial Exposition.
l2JU?,- . no.t ,n ,b aafs pool. ExcfuelT
tarn lory ,1tu. Alpln &: C..oclaw5i o!
OVaRSEERS WASTED EVERYWHERE AT
bom or to travel. W wlah to employ a re
liable peron in yoor county to tack np Mvertiae
menu and ahow rard o Electric Gooda. Adver
tinement to be tacked a? erorj where, on tree.
fnc and turnpike. In cooapicuora places, tn
town and country In all part of the United State
and Canada. Steady employment; wage Si 60
per day; expenae advanced; no talking reqnlr
d. 1 ocal work for all or part of the time. Ad
drc with atamp, E M O A Y CO.,
Managers, Sal Vine St . Cincinnati, O.
No attention paid to postal cards.
YELLOW SICXt. YELLOW TLBs
Use 'Peerless Brand'
Fresh Raw Oysters.
Selected snd packed with eleanliueea and care.
C H. PEARSON &.CO.,
They sr the Beet. A-k Tour Grocer for them.
J. X. BEAKDSLEY,
ATTORNE V AT LAW Offlee with J. T. Ken
worthy, 1T 8econdvena.
l TTOKNKY AT LAW. Office In Rock Ialacc
I National Bank Balidlng, Rock inland, l U.
ATTORNEY AT LAW-Office 10 Post Office
block. July 11 dw
E. W. HUKST,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW
Office tn Maaonle Temple block, over Rock lav
land National Bank. Rock I aland. 111.
8VTEE3EI A rTALEER.
TTOSNBY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
iLOAes la BragMoa'a block. Rock lalaaA, CI.
1TTORNXT AT LAW Loaa money jp gout
fissemlfy. make coltoctfon. ReferencV Mitch
U Lyad, bankart. Onto ta Pwatofflce block.
D. S. SCHUREMAN,
ARCHITKCT AND SCTKRINTSNDINT.-Maln
office Cinetnoattl, Ohio; Branch office over
Firt National Bank, Bock Ialand. . flS-ly
ST. LUKE'S COTTAGE HOSPITAL,
I THIRD AVENUE, between Tenth and
jucvenin aireei. . . tea 14-tr
WM. 0, KULP. D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms SS, 27, ta and 29.
Take Elevator. D AYENP"; BT, IA.
V. SH F. V.M. S,
Honorary graduate and medallist of th Ontario
Veterinary College ; member of Montreal Veter
inary College, and member of the Veter nary Med
ical Asportation, wii: treat on th lauat and moat
scientific principles all the diseases and abnormal
conditions of th domesticated animals.
Examinations, consultation and advtc poaitlve
lyfra. Calla Promptly attended to.
Charges moderate In every caee.
Office, residence and telephone call, Commer
dal hotel. Rock Ialand, 1U.
J. M. BUFORD,
The eld Fir and Time-tried Cenpaslae
LOSSES 'PROMPTLY PAID.
lata a low aa any reliable mm-any caa afinS
Your palrooaf la aoliciud.
kjf Offle la Aiiraa block.
- Oa the Itth day of January ant, commencing at
th hoar of two o'clock in the afternoon, th un
deralcned, atf of WiUtam RaaakilL will offrr
for al at No. isog Second awean in tbt etty, to
the klgheat bWoer for caah in hand, th entire
stock ef clothe and ants' fumlahmf good
which were aaalrned to me by said Ramskill on
thelTtklBat, to pay debts. The rood to be aeld
eaa a Inepectod by any party Interested at th
placaaaM4 aay day, flaaday excepted, befsr
the sal aetwewa the hoar of two and f oar o'eleck
Boak Island, TJL, T. Kh. 1S89.
wEOBOE FOSTER, Assigns.
THE TKATELE1W GUIDE.
Chicago. Rock Islass & Pacific.
; 7rtitij Ua4 for Cklea.
rssseagcr 6 sssm
Arrive from Chieaoo.
8:14 p m
DayEzpTMsaadMstl B :45 am IJOpm
Right Express and Mail..... T:4 m 8:45 a m
Day Express 4:45sm ,7:4ns m
KxpressFsst... 8:15 pm 11:40pm
PsyKxpresssod Mail 4:80s m 11:40pm
Atlantic Passenger 8 -56 am 5 :40 p m
Xight Express S:S5 p m 7:20 s m
Depot, Mc line Avenue.
J. F. COOK, Agent. Rock Island.
Chicago, Bublihgtos & Qcihct.
f ! "i'Prss 6 :4H a. S :K a. a a
Lin's Express 8 SO r. a 8 SO f. a
St. Paul Express 8:00 a.
. Paul Express 7:S0 r. a. a
Brdtown Passenger.. 8:45 r.u.b 11:06a.k.A
Way Frelvbt (Monm'tb) 8.15a. M b 1 :50 p. n.b
Way .Freight (Sterling) 9:00 a. w.ft 8:80 r, m.b
Sterling Passenicer 8 :00 a, a. 6 S :5S T. m.b
Dally. Daily ex Sunday.
M. J. TOCSO. Agent.
Chicago, Milwatjeee A 8t. Patji,.
SACIKS HD . w. Drvisto.
4 Depart. Arrives."
Mafl an1 Vmvmmm M 1 . m a. An
St. Paul Expr.ts. S:00pm 1 :0O a m
r - otwni . .. ...,i pm - ......luriuam
ft. A Ac com 7:80 am 8:18 pm
B. D. W. HOLMES. AenU
FA9T M AIL TRAIN with Vestitraled trains he
tween Chicago, Milwaukee, St. fauland Minne
apolis. TRAS-COTWNTAl. BOCTB between CM
cago, Coancu BiuSs, Omshs and the Pacific
GREAT NATIONAL ROTTTB between Chicago
ktsnsaa City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILES OP ROAD reachm an principal
potnta in Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, lows,
Missouri snd Dakota.
For msps. time tables, rate of paasaa snd
trS9bxxfu:- PP'3r to tn nearest station sgent
of th Chicago. Milwaukee A S-. Paul Rallwsv, or
to any railroad aent any where tn the world.
ROSWELL MILLS H, A. V. H. C ARPETTTEB,
General Manager. Gen1 Pass. & T. Agt.
ISfFor information la reference in T nrf
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Mdwaake A
m. raui BBuway cmpany. write to H Hn
gsn. Land commissioner Milwauke. Wisconsin.
Mobile&Ohio R. R.
Is now offs ric for sale in tracts to
suit .lurch isers over
Suitable for Fannin?. Gardening. Stock
Raising and Lumbering.
For particulars address or apply to
Land and Developement Co.,
Hampton's Hot Coffee
five Cent Luncli Counter.
A fall line of
! Corner Ninth Street and
Only fJmslne ytra f Meaaary TraJataar.
Fr Bak Israe4 Ib rceuUa;.
Mia A waadcrtaar CwrcaU
atvwry child and adalt srreally kerflrtd.
OraS iadaostneots to UuiiaapwtileBwClaain.
Tmepeetna, with Opmlona of Dr. Wm. A. Hjwi-
BianeT, tbe wnrld-fameil Spseialia ia Miad Dtuaasts.
aaii-1 Oreralraf Thxwinaasi. thecraat Pircb.il-
oaiat. J. 31. Backley, D-fhi edkoa-oi lb Qtrutian
AatoeaU, .V. j ichar Prwctar, the Sewntiat,
""ilTxl EoiSETTE, S3T Fifth AyM N. T.
sws rm af k
.i w (iiimsts r nsirsxvnt to t nf aT.lf. n
rnoT-fj mil jiw.ptca, trk.i mmi u :K-&ttwm For
SaM bf ll nir-ci-iroir,tttt, rmaul.-t for 59 rt
si a'wlYfW PawfOIFasTfTrnfA HlVVA.XA.
GracnlaBsi KSiVClT njait iW.
- - - . ZLZ " w w coia4 a m :
1 1 "i 1 '"7 acwsvvw, B3way ye? 1m ra
waaiCiPMairB miat raatsw sv.
sm) a aw at Si . Tiiiiiii.fc u ' i mifuMii
laaaaa ! Ha. lat, twa njhwika, tmm ,r m4
iwawE , asawa. uil HlslCM(lFiAia,ls7l.
The finest carriages and buggies In
the city can be bad at an j honr
of the day or night.
L. G. SNIDER, Proptr,
No. 1018 Tbird Ayenue.
GREAT CLEARING SALE
Boots and Shoes.
Ure have also a lot of Misses and Children' Kid
Shoe3 to clos out at cost.
Call and see.
C.ARSE & CO.,
1622 Second Avenue.
H. D. FOLSOM,
THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Bread, Cakes, Pies and Pastry,
IS AT THE EAGLE BAKERY,
. 1109 Third Ave., Kock Island,
POLZIN & STAASSEN, Promts.
tar-Good, delivered to any part of tbe clt fr. a of charge.
Patent, Cast and Wrought
Cheapest Fence in the world for resi
dence and lots.
Made any height desired.
J. E. DOWNING,
6 ceo. sor lo Geo. Downing, Jr.,
We confine oar Loans to Improved
Farms in the safest counties of
Iowa, and oo request
Prompt payment ef principal and interest
HEINZ & HIRSCHL.
Bstat of Xarssret J. Sean, deeaaaed.
The andarrixned having oeea appointed admin
istrator of ta eetate of Margaret J. Sear, law
of th county of Rock Island, aiat of Ill'nuia, de
ceased, hereby aottce that he will appear
before the coaat; eoort of Rock Island county, at
th otDce of lb clerk of said coart, ia Ihr cltv of
Bock Island, at th April tarm, on the tnt Mon
day ia April next, at waich Una all dwmoi hv-
nr f liml infn.1 Mt.t. - . : i i
mw miv ouiuira msa IW
,M ji10 y-B tottiu) parpOM ef having ia
- Ywiwmm wukkw cd psvia essac
to nan uaaaaaiai pyaant m ta
DanK taia Mta day of Fabraarr, A. D. 18S.
i - A. MERCHANT, ldatfaiatrator.
ADAia PLBAaajrra, Aitoraey. Ud3w
No. 1707 Second avenue, Rock Island
J. A. GENUNG
TLe popular and reliable Gn.cvr.
Cor. Eighth St. and Third .lv,
will sell you
as cheap as thej ran be sold
He pay the highest market price f.r
and always has a nice stock oo
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other time-tried and
aowa Fir I na dtsoc Com paajes, th foliovi'
Royal Insurance Company, of Eosluil
Weachester Fire Ins. Co.. of '. Y
Buffalo German Ins Co., Bull do. S-T-Rochester
German las. Co. Roch"r'
German Fire Ina. Co.. of Peoria. IU
Citizens Ins. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa
Exchange Fire Ios. Co.. of New York
Office No. 1608 Second Atc
' ROCK ISLANDLLL
ALL DESCRIPTIONS ;
V OIIU AJ - . i,
. A9Special.atauoa paid to Oaaanerdal tk