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THE DAILY AHGUS
JOhN " POTTR.
8TlJrA, KuVKMRKII 30 1M.
AsTono tba canals "hy Kinrr, of tha
Oeoexo JW. return thank Dili
Jar, it the fact ihitt h lias a set of new
rollari for hit prei. anil that there ar
Uu notbrr-lo Irnwt la Heary county ihfa
year than lni.
Tb tb theory that nil will o IT wt li
quor baa long been curri-oi mnog club
men. Those wbo drop Into the op-town
oyster bound and restaurant In New
Toik after midnight ere Tery apt to or
Jar a lil limply to get tba oil with
which It la dressed. The idea, li that oil
will remain on I p of whatever la In the
stomach, and that the fumea of ibe 11
iior that haa hft-n drunk cannot attend
through It to the brad.
Reftd-mca papeta are out with nearly
everybody. They in cix n anil Inver
ts war upon tlie W. C..T. L'. peoplo.
They are at war with the resolution of
tba Farmers' Alliance In this state at IV
catur. They are iu open condemnation
of the fartorra' convention at 8t. Louis.
They are down on the Knii'M of Labor.
Mince Mr. Puwderly baa laiil that he is
not tailing high protection the dsya.
they Lave no more nae for him.
Tim republican coniolation that al
though they have loit Iowa, and loot the
governor, and lost the lower bonne, and
have only two majority in the senate that
tbey can rely upon; yet, thank Ood, they
have oared the balance of Hie Mate tick
et, cause the Dubuque Herald to rise
and Inquire: "Why tioea not some one
rise up and quote the old rhratnut about
the doctor wbo had loot the child and the
mother, but hy the grace of IVhI he hopd
to pull the old man throuirh in aafeiyT''
John Ceeit, who Uvea out In the coun
try, eame Into town yesterday to have a
time. lis had it and It coat him f "5 and
cost. Officer Kramer and Sexton fold
ed their arms about hira and fondly
guided biin to tho nation, while Kramer
took tare of Li rii;. Tbia morning bin
trial came off before Magialrate Wivill
The report of City Miraha! Phil Mill.-r
for the month ending toJay la aa follows:
Duorderly conduct, ft, burse stealing,
1. drunk and duorderly. A. aaaault and
battery, ), peddling without licence, 8.
drunk, 4. Inmate of houae of ill famo. 8.
keeping home of ill fame, 1. aasaul!, 2.
burglary. 1. abusive language, 8. Are or
dinance, 2 Slate caara, .1, city cae.
Amount of Cnra collected by Mauls
trate II. C Wivill. S
Hoi ice fees. 1 Go.
Light out, 19V.
Trampa lodged, 1?.
Jail hill-8 J meal, at 3D cent. I 4'.
Tle meeting at the Y. M. ('. A room
tomorrow wdl va led by Mr. A l.
tperry at 8 Hi) p. m.
Al 1 rinity church. Ite v. . F. Sweet
rector. Tomorrow, tlie tirtt Sunday in
Advent, aervicea at 10 41 a. ni.. li m.
and ? p. m At the cbatel at S 3i p m.
At Ibe Central fresby terian church,
aervicea at 10 4") a. m. and T p. m.
The paitor, Hev. A I'.. ftleldrum. will
preach it the morning and tbc Itev. J. B.
Llttl. of Ivenport. in the evening.
Sunday acbool at V flt a. m. Voting
people's meeting at 3ij p. m. Ooopel
hyrjiLa ued In the eve nine At the
South Ki.ck Nland Miaunn H-r V . S.
Harijiils. of the Broadway church, will
preatb tomorrow at 3 8 p. m.
At tle Pirat Baptist church, K- v H
C Inland paator. aervicea at 1 (l 4 j a.
m and 7 Su p. m. Preaching by the
paator Morning theme, "'The fmpor
tance and ihligatlona of Chun h M.-ro-berahip
" Evening theme, Meeting
Ood " S.inif aervue and after meeting
aa uUil Meetings every evening ilnr
Ing tbe week, txcept Saturday. Theme
fur Monday evening. ' Weighed In the
Balance,'' Tuesday evening "The l'n
pardonable Sin " Sunday n'huul at H
a. m. Young penple'a liin tiii1 at 30
Tor the Firt l I;, cli m b, pn-acldng
at a in and 7.:'i) p. tit . in lUrper'a
theatre by tho paator, Kcv. (I W.
One. Morning aubject: Twinty-Kive
Yeira of Married Life- llu.in 1, W ife
and 11'. me Cvenink' mbj-'-t. -our
Cliy-Ita Pt. I're-nt and Future"
Sunday acbool at ll 15 a. m.. .1. F.
Itobinaon, aupi rititcndent. Cliildren'a
meeting at 2 n in InOerman McUi.xIhi
church, Mlaa Ellen Philo. h -ader. Young
people nieetiuu at 4 p in . in the
green r- m of tlarpr'a theatre build
ing, C E Adama. leader
Tba Limited fail Man
Tbe L'nioo Pucitlc railway, the over
land route, hat juil put on a limited
faat mail train to carry tin- United .Slate
mall between Council liiutTa and San
Kranclaco and Portland . Thia il'ii'y faat
mall train will carry a limn I iiumher .f
paawcgira. ami In additiou t" the I'uited
Stale mall car and a linv!.'nirc car, will
Ix compoaed of a rullman palae
Urpr and Pullman rtlntni; enr f ir Port
land, and a Pullman aleeplnv ctr for San
Fraqciaco, thu accon.modittm.' a niim
tier of limited paengi-r
The aietpera and tbe diner will run
through from Chicago, via the Chicago
X Morthweatera railway. Only first
lata tuket wlil he honored on this)
Tbl train, with It ooiinecliutia. make
ttie ex'raordinary time or 1UT hour
New York to Sun FrancUco and in
hour to Portland.
Aa accommodation ate limited, early
application for aame ahould he made to
tbe Union PaclQc arenta lu Nc York.
St. Lom, Cincinnati, Chicago, or to E
L. Lomax, General PaenL'r Aijent.
AHflftf VlATFO TELCQRAMS.
Tin. f.n,., i,.-,,i;Mi ar Ko. b.tr, r.uuut.l,
wa biin, ,1 I rliUiv Tlir were fifteen pee
tianf'. in tlm institution under treatment. AD
were r--iirl bv the tiur-x with innrbUilIl
cuitT and mil, grwit ilanpr to tliemxdvea.
The in.oi b l'iei, Fulli.u and Wannnp
lff tiiii.in wouij i,nt aj-reii to tbe ar
raiipciii. tit- II, baa atarte.! for Ireland ti
f' ind., aiid will lanva for Alner
h'a in a -k
n of ti.e ,t, iii,rt null of tlai lUrtfori!
Cariet workr at TbouipaouvUJv a antlrwly
OmtroVMl .v tie. at an early hour Friday
morning The loaa i eatiniattal at $SU,WX),
The t nuadian minister of ari ultiire ha
rendered a d. i,n autmlug tin Edlaon
loeamhwent lamp patent In a, auit brought
by tbe Hnval IWtri. empauy, of CanaJa,
k annul it
F)r mil fiidnv iiioiniiig in hukary OB
T,Dt -ti t, nt Krvpurt, N. J., cauaad
i.f (Vi mi joui, I,rrr, tlia proprWtor.
h l.ia lib. aud hla wlf ami aon were an
badlv bnriml that they may die.
Tim txnuliarga Calumet, which went
alaire at f ort Hten-lihin during the atorm, hi
a total wrevlc. Th luaa U IIM.OUO. The
aumiuer Albiinr, wbloh left Chicago Wadnea
av niKbt came taiek Friday morning u a
bwilly ahnttere.1 wuditiun.
W. II Harvey, who aboi hie wife and two
daugbtera Ue.t Jlarch, wa hanged at Uuelph,
, Vfitf.. Kridnv morning. Through bad man
atiement the cxecutluu wna a horribly revolt
ing arae-tacle. the murdarer being alowly
atranglt'd to tii itth.
tVilliiini M. Ildiikiu-. wbo (hot and killed
Ilka wu7 and her mother, Eather Wagaman,
i.1 Fhlllipahurg. IV. f.pt. itt, wu Friday
found guilty of murder m tbe flnt degrea.
A new trial will be applied for.
E. A. Bilker, young law arudent from
Ihaitou. committed lulcldit at Ciuclanati
Thuratloy uitrlit by making a papor tuba,
ttauhuig oua end to tbe gaa burner, the
other end la hi mouth ami lying on a bad.
lie bad bavn living very faat. Hia people
re well known in Bottom
Coal Valley. Not. 29.
Frank Naylor la buying corn and baa
been for tbe past tea day..
Tbnmaa Reed, of Cable, la atopping for
few day at hia father'.
Tbe primitive Meibodnt Hunday-a hool
la preparing for a Cnritme tree.
The Y. W. C. T. L. had a aoclable
Tbankagirmg rvemng in OJd Fellow 'a
Killing Broa. ahipped about two hun
dred gallon of anrgbum yiup to Atkln
aon last week.
Mr. Ilmna ahipped a car of rattle
which he bnuirht of Wm. (Jlenn. They
were a choice let.
Ernest Haven ha commenced fc.hool
In the Kingdom district. He la from
Ame college, Iowa.
The Rev. Furgeaon. of tbe U. P.
church, preached on Sabbath In the In
mates of the county house
Frank Battersby left Saturday for
Washington He goes to Pujallop
Junction and from thence to Whatcormb.
The Ben lab Sabbath school voted to
continue their school through the win
ter, which I a step in the right direction.
Tbe German Lutheran have a school
of eight or ten scholars preparing for
confirm ttion. It is held at Frank Nay
lor'. Tbe snow Tm aday night baa act hack
corn l.naktng, as a great many would
have flnUlied this week had the weather
Mr. N. Reynold doe not improve
much from the paralytic alroke which
he bad elifhl weeks ago. His speech and
right aide ro affected.
Doth of our saloon bavo talon t.VtO
license for ail montha. which will add to
the Tillage treaeury. This will help to
keep tbe at recta and bridge in repair.
A. D. Ilueslng, real estate and insure
ancc agent. Office No. IrliKH Second ave
nue. Rock Inland.
Turkey ahooting Thursday and the rest
of tbe week at Wolf's gun store on
The Crown dining ball. Xo. 1708 Sec
ond avenue, la now ready to furniah you
the best meal In the city for 25 cents.
Buy Mercer county coal of E. B. Mc
Kown at his new coal yard corner of
r:fu-t-nth street and First avenue.
Tho Rovai insurance cor ,anr. of Eng
land, has the largest surplus of anv fire
Insurance company In the world. A. f.
Hucslng. agent, office No. IKtiN Second
avenue, Hock Inland.
r0,(XK) to loan on real estate security,
in sum of fl.'ttO and upward, at loweat
current rates of Interest, without com
mission. E. W. Hurst. Attorney at
law. Rock Island.
E. E. Parmenter, attorney at iw.
Makva collections, loans money and will
attend to any Iccal buainesa intrusted to
him. Office, poatotllce Mock. Rock Isl
and. Pis. dxJtwly
Modern Hoaees For tale
On monthly Installments by Guycr A
arts ft Babeoek. DentUt.
No, 1744 Second avenue. Special atten
tion pitid to saving the natural ecth and
Inserting teeth without plates.
Fourteen dry lots on four years time,
with nix iierrent per annum, to any one
wishing to build this summer.
arety ea Bonds.
Tbo who are required to give bomU
In position of trust, and who dual re to
avoid askinir friends to become their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
f rienda from further obligations as bonds
man, should apply to tbe agent of the
American Surety Co., of New York.
General Insurance Agent,
Rock Island. 111.
The I cat of Paia aal f ieaare.
The cervout system often sillier a
diminution of vigor, and causes mental
annoyance, and even positive disturbance,
without disease In the aensorium itaelf .
It act at a mere reflector. In many cases,
of inaction in the stomach, and conse
quently of Incomplete assimilation of the
food by the blood. This of course
weakens it, in common with the rent of
the tissues, and renders It les able to
fear without suffering an ordinary strain
that would make no Impres.iion upon
strong nerves To supply a d flcit of
strength, and remedy a supersensltlveoes
In tbe nerves Incident to a lack of vigor.
Hosteller' Stnmich Bitter i far better
adapted than any mere nervine or simple
tonic. lnce tbe offspring of It use, com
plete digestion, I the vigorous and early
parent of nt rve force and quietude. Ma
larial attack, rheumatism, bowel, liver
and kidney complaint succumb to the
We offer one hundred dollar reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall' catarrh cure.
r . J Chksct Co.. Props..
We. thft undernlirneit !. knna.-n P
J Cheney for tbe last fir teen years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In all
uusiwaa transactions ana Dnanciauy able
o carry out any obligation made bv their
Wt A Tut ax, Wholesale drugglsta.
Wai.Disi. Kixsa & MaKvm, Wholesale
drugglata. Toledo, f).
E. H. Van Hasan, Caabler, Toledo Na
tion' I bank. Toledo, O.
Hall' catarrh cure Is taken internally,
art In? directly upon the blood ami mucus
surfacea of tbe system. Price 73 ents
p r bottle. Sold by all druggists
A Ortat iBrprlae
I io atore for all who use Kemp's
Balsam for tho Throat and Lungs, the
treat guaranteed remedy. Would you
believe that it ia sold on Its
merit, and that
authorized by the
sample bottle free?
any druggiat la
proprietor of this
to give you a
It never fails to
cure acuta or chronic couub. All
druggist sell Kemps Balsam. Large
bottle 00 cents and fl-
Vsws About Town.
It I the current report about town
that Kemp's Balaam for the throat and
lung la making some remarkable cure
with people who are troubled with
cougba, anre throat, aatbma, broncblti
and conaumption. Any drugglit will
give you a trial bottle free of coat. It la
guaranteed to relieve and cure. Tbt
large bottle are 0c nd 91.
Who of u are witooul trouble be they
mall or largeT The blessings of health
are beet appreciated when we are aich
and In pain. A hacking cough, a aevnrk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may tie
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Bignluw'a Cure. Hafe and pleasant foi
children . Price 00 cent.
Colds, coughs and Incipient consump
tioo cured by lit. Ball's Cough Syrup,
remedy of fifty year' atandlng. known
and uaed all over the world. Do your
self tba favor to give Ha trial. You Will
be amply repaid.
The only place to buy ELLIS' CEL
EBRATED MERCER COUNTY COAL
la oppoaite St. Joseph' church, Becond
avenue. Don't be deceived, aa tbia cele
brated coal cannot be bought of any
other merchant In the city. Alao Lehigh
and Bcraoton bard coat, brick tile, etc.
Telephone No. 1034. T. H. Ellib.
Pozzonl'a Complexion Powder pro
ducea aoft and beautiful akin it com
bine! every element of beaut; and purity.
Annual Report of the
IIOEE OFrOIALS BADLY HEEDED.
A IMtabl Postal Card for Ketor.i Ant wars
Kecommended I'nele 8am 'a Navy la a
(iood Conditio Aeeerdlng to Admiral
Torter'a Haport Reeomenendatloaa af
th Board of Visitors to th Military
Academy A Banaatloa.
Wmbkotos Citt, Mot. SO. Postmaster
General Wanamaker, in his annual report,
aaya that tha postmastaar general of tba
United Btatea, with hi advent Into office,
and In taking up tba duties of the depart
ment finds that otber new officers enter the
Bald. The whole organization at the top is
changed and the work falls into untrained
hands. This constant change will continue,
but from a b indues point of view thus to un
settle the service cannot be beneficial to any
d.'jiartnient. Tbe postmaster general, the
first, second and third ai atauts have too
much to attend to, and more officials are
needed. A fourth assistant postmaster gen
eral Is mwded to be in direct charge of the
railway mail, tbe foreign mail, tbe money
order oflice, the registry and supplies divi
sions, and tbe dead lettn- office.
nrst-Claa Men Wanted.
A general manager, one of tbe best edu
cated postal men in the service, Is aNo need
ed, a man charged with the general manage
ment of the serv ice, whose controlling mind
and firm grasp should remain, while others
ootneandgo; also a general secretary, to
wrhorn should be referred all plans of Im
provement a man whose business capacity
and authority would bring about reforms at
luce, without the usual dulay, sometimes of
months, existing nmler the present cumber
some and antiquated methods. Of the pro
posed limited pout aud telegraph service,
which the poxtutaster general hoped to have
outlined in this report for congress to con
sider, he aaya:
Nl;ht MfwafM of Telegraph Companiea.
"The creat propriety and advantage of a
nnited service cannot be questioned from a
point of convenience and economy to the
people. There ia no reason whatever why
tlie night messages of the telegraph compa
nies should not be delivered aa postal matter
bv the first mora ing delivery of the carriers.
Tliis ia proper pnatofflce business, and would
add to the profits of the department. The
vast net-work of wires covering tbe country
ronld easily reach many of the village post
offlcea, and benefit more people than by stop
ping nt the railroad stations, which are often
a mile or more distant from where the peo
ple live. An experiment oould easily and
quH-kly tie made to ascertain whether tbe
demand for cheaper telegraphic service ex
ists, as is claimed. It could be done without
any outlay of money by the government, and
with no interference with existing telegraph
interests, inasmuch as it would create, a
(tated, a new class of business. "
The Sunday Mail ervlc.
He ask for legislation to bring about the
Htable.hment of such a limited post and
telegraph service. Of Sunday mail service,
tbe HMt master general says that he will
make ue of all proper means tending toward
the minimizing of poritoftlce work on Sunday,
because he believes the government should,
as fur as possible, make no requirements
which w ill prohibit its employe from the
enjoyment of a day of rest Tbe postmaster
(reueral does not favor an extension of the
parcels port system. All the postofTW build
ings are overcrowded, and could not make
the apace for an enlarged package buainesa.
When tbe postal service Is carried nearer to
a point where there ia an eiwa of revenue,
tin-. biiMness can be considered.
I sing the Maila for fraud.
Of lot tenet and the mall he sii(CKets a law
for Jurisdiction over the offeu-e by the
Oourte at ottlres of delivery, tbe same aa at
the ofltce or mailing, thus making tbe offense
continuous between th office of madiug and
that of delivery, and enlarging tbe oppor
tunity to convict. Ife also recommends an
amendment of the postal laws which will
permit the uiaiuug of work of fiction as
second class matter. The revenue suffer a
loss through evasion of tbe law by publishers
wbo secure admission to th mails aa Serood
elax matter of paper-covered volumes i-usi
lu complete form as booka, but under the
acml'laii.i) of eriodical publications.
A Ionble Tostat Card.
Iu the ss-lal topic discussed by IVst mas
ter iti-neral Wanamaker, be recommends a
double postal card for return nuawers; the
establishment of a postal museum, and tbe
prompt delivery of all letters on which the
posta' i not prejiald, and to collect double
UNCLE SAM'S NAVY.
Annual Itrport of Admiral Porter, the
Wahhiiutox CtTT, Nov. 30 The aunual
rqiort of Admiral D. D. Porter, the com
manding officer of th United States navy,
shows that niiwt of the ships iu tbe navy are
In gX)d condition. Tbe receiving ship Dale,
baa a rotten hull Four veseels, the Antietam,
the Juniuta, the Pilgrim, and the Quiuae
haug, have lasm condemned aud ordered to
be sold for the sum of tMI, $10,000, ( VM and
1 15,(M) respcctlvijly. The admiral makes but
one recommendation which is contained In
the following paragraph:
"It has l-eu customary for reports of ex
erciaee on Ik sir d ships of war to be sent to
me for examination. I have frequently found
thsau report so unsatisfactory and th regu
lationa su imperfectly complied with, that I
am of opinion that they should be made
directly to tlie bureau of navigation, where
tbey would come directly under the eye of
the dcitartmeut. Many thing which are
obsolete are at 1 11 adhered to in these report,
the forms for which were made twenty years
ago rJuice then the system of naval tactics
and exercia.-s has entirely changed. I there
for beg leave to recommend that under tbe
srssem about to bo tnauiruratsd In ths navy,
entirely new forms fur exercise reports be
Commodore Walker's Report.
Wasni.fuTon ClTT, Nov. 80 Commodore
Walker, chief of tha bureau of navigation la
the navy dutiartinent, devotee much of his
annual report to a discussion of improve
ments in tlie aurvice. He recommends that
th term for which men are enlisted be In
creased from three to four years; that ap
prentices lie enlisted until years of age,
coupled with the condition that au appren
tice, upon artaiulng his majority, sltail be
entitled to his discharge, if he au elects, upon
refunding to the government a certain sum
a a partial compensation for the expense of
hia training; that the number of apprentice
be Increased from 750, as now allowed by
law, to 1..VX), thus increasing the total en
listed force of tbe navy to 0.OOU, a an in
crease in tba itrength of the navy In the
near future is inevitable; that petty officers
be given more stability of tenure of rank,
and ht 'fgeutly favors tha passage by con
gress of the Whitthor bill, which author
Unt the enrollment of a naval militia and tha
formation of a naval reserve.
it r port a the Military Academy.
AVasuimoto CTTT, Nov. 80. The auuual
report of the Iwerd of visitors to the military
a adetny baa been received by the secretary
of war. After a thorough and cloae Inapeo
tion of all departments, the board makes a
number of important recommendations In
many Instances there exists necessity, in
some cases very urgent, for tbe construction
of new building. The absolute need of bet
ter quarter for enlisted men and a better
hospital for them I particularly emphasized.
The board recommends an appropriation foe
a steam heating plant for the riding hall and
table and the construction of a building in
which to place tbe machinery. They regard
tbe estabusluueut of an electric light plant of
tbe first Importance, and give strong reasons
why the appropriation for this purpoas
ahould be granted. Improvement In th
band are recomineudod, and the Importance
of furniahing a better equipment in mortars,
heavy siege guns, and general equipment for
artillery, cavalry, and Infantry la fully ex
hibited. Nenator Uuay's Bad Break.
Wasiii.totos Citt. Not. 30. A sensation
was caused on Newspaper Row last night by
a statement made by Maj. John M. Carson
to tbe effect that Senator Quay bad thrown
his Influence against him in hia contest for
the clerkship of the house of representative)
after having assured him that be would not
Interfere In the matter, and that in hi effort
to break pledge which had been given to
him (Careen) the senator bad referred to him
a having only the support "of a lot of d d
irresponsible newssper men wbo had no in
finance or reel lence outside of the District of
Columbia." AlaJ. Carson being one of th
oldest and moat highly respected newspaper
correspondent In Washington, hi colleaguea
ar naturally vsry indignant at tbia insult
THIS HOCK ISLAND
The Poatofllee Deflcleaey.
Washixotos Citt, Nov. 30. Third Aii
tent Poksnuutor General Hasan baa submit
ted I is report for the fiscal year ending June
80, 18S9, to the postmaster general. Tha
stat ment of tbe financial operation of the
poetil service shows that the total amount of
reve-ine collected during the last year was
(56,118,011 The expenditures out of appro
prist ions amounted to fll,8rjo,847. Theout
stam ing liabilities at the close of the year
are estimated at tl,121,3bl. The total ol
act uil and estimated expenditures out of the
appr ipriation is $tL,4W,lU0. The deficiency
in th i postal revenue to be supplied out oi
the g Htieral treasury to meet the expenditures
of th i year is, therefore, estimated at $6,350,
13. Caucus on the Speakership.
W sHiMGTOji CTty, Nov. 30. The caucus
of tl e Pennsylvania Republican delegation
at the capitol yesterday afternoon to gauge
tbe st tnding of the delegation regarding tbe
speakership and the clerkship of tha bouse
was c inducted quietly and without any fric
tion. Judge Kelluy presided. Only one bal
lot w as taken, and this resulted in 14 votes
for R wd and 5 for McKiuley, and Edward
R. M' Pherson received 14 for clerk, against
5 for Johu M. Carson. The McKiuley men
were Celley, Scull, Oslarne, Wright and
Culbertaon; wlua on the ballot for clerk
the Curaoa MipixH ters were: Kellny, O'Neill,
Osbot ne, Ualzell and Culbertsou.
Approved the Inspector's Aelioa.
Wasbixotom City, Nov. 30. The treas
ury t eparfmeut has approved the action of
Ueorgs W. Baker, Chinese inspector at
Heche. N. !., in sending back to Canada
two tftineee laborers w ho passed into the
United States from Canada without proper
paper. Numerous complaints have been
made of Chinese laborers entering this coun
try oil the northern border and Assistant
Secretary Tichenor approving Mr. Baker'e
action calls attention to the penalties im
posed by the Chinese exclusion act and sug
gests that in these cases he should consult
tbe Ci ited State district attorney.
WatmsuTox Crrv, Nov. .K). The presi
dent y terday made the following appoint
ments: Consuls William Monnghnn, of Ohio,
at Hamilton, Canada; John B. Osborne, of
Pennsj lvania, at Ghent : Delos H. Smith, of
Arizona, at Nogalea; William E. Gardner,
of Wi-onsin, at Rotterdam; Hiram J. Dun
lop, of Illinois, at Breslau; Bfckford Mackey,
of Sout h Carolina, at San Jose, Costa Kica.
The Paa-Anierii an Congreaa.
WaanxoTON City, Nov. 30. Tbe pan
Americ an congress at its seaaion yesterday
afternoin resumed consideration of the par
liament ary rules to be adopted for the gov
ernment and guidance of the conference.
Corondf rable progress was made w ith the
rules j eaterdiay, and at 5 o'clock tbe con
gress at Journed until Monday.
League risyers 8irned.
Bostos, Nov. W. The Globe has received
a dispat .'h from San Francisco announcing
that Ch tries Rad bourne, William Daley and
Richard Johnson had signed Players' league
contrac with Boston.
ST. I or18. Mo., Nov. 30. Arlie Latham,
third baseman of the P.rowns is in t Ins city.
He den as that be has aigned a Brotherhood
contract. He saya that Kiug, Boyle and
Robinsoi have not signed to play with tbe
Brother iood. They have received contracts
from tl e Players' League, but as yet have
not plac si their signatures to them.
Three Caaea of 8mall-Pox.
Clivi land, O., Nov. 30. A Leader spe
cial from Upper Sandusky, O., says: Secre
tary Pribst, of the state board of health,
visited the village of Deunquat yesterday
and fouud three members of J. J. Smith's
family a' ricken with small-pox. One little
girl had died previously. Thirteen others
have been exposed. The disease is supposed
to have been communicated in rain pur
chased tr' Mr. Smith, wbo is a peddler, in
Washington, where there wars a few cases
one year ago.
BOSTON'S BIG FIRE.
tleaty l..- by the Inanranre Companies
Bwro, Nov. During tlie iiio Thurs
day fourteen firemen were knocked down in
Kingston street by fragments of a falling
wall, but all ex-aped serious injury. About
a dozen firemen aud policemen are at tbe
liokpitala iufTering from lacerations, bruises
and broken limbs. Two firemen, Michael
Murnau, driver, and John Brooks, pipeiimn,
of Hose Company 7, were reports! ininsing
yesterday morning, aud are lielieved to be
io tbe rui is of the Brown Dun ell building
Insurance on Property tleatroyed.
The a greKat Insurance on the prop
erty desUjyed in Thursday tire is (-1,733,-TJ0,
aa nenr as ran be estimate,!. Insurance
Commiwi.iner Merrill says that, with the ex
ception ot two or three new or smallur con
cerns, thsia is no prolatbiltty that the losses
will break any of tbe iusurance companies.
Th moat severely injured company is sup
posed to lay the Prudential, w hich was re
cently formed by a number ot local business
men, with a view to reducing the cost of in
surance Disasters on the l.ake.
CutBOT.-.A-v, Mich., Nov. 80 Two lurge
three-masted schooners are ashore seventeen
miles belovr Cheboygan light, ami, as not
ing ran lay seen of either crew, all hamls are
aupMned to have ierlshed. One of the ves
sulis supplied to be tbe Red Wing. The
other veeae he with her stem down and both
resemble I age iee-bergs, being so heavily
coated that the name cannot be made out.
Both vessel i, with their cargoes, probably of
coal, will by totally lost.
Grix Bat, Wis., Nov. SO. Rumor have
reached hei that the propeller Hudson has
been lost in the storm on tbe lake. She had
a cargo valued at S 1,000,000.
Ko Federal Steel Company.
PlTTSBUne, Nov. 80. An evening paper
published a story yesterday to the effect that
the attempt to organise the Federal Steel
company liaa proved a failure Tbe object
of the proKsed company was to combine
manufactuiea of wire rope, wires, barbed
wire, and ire nails, and on the authority ot
one of th i itereated parties the statement is
mad that the projectors of tbe combination
have given up hope of maturing their plana
The reason given is that three or four firms
necessary ty the success of the project now
refuse to baxune menitaws of the proposed
l'neus)eetlng Frrmers Dwindled.
Vakdalli, 111., Nov. SO Another lightning-rod
sw.ndle la being successfully worked
on the uusiiapecting farmers lu this and ad
joining cuui .tioa. A man cornea to the farm
er' house cj liming to be in the employ of tbe
company in which his houae is insured, and
sent out to xamine tbe lightning-rods to see
if they ar Li good condition, and if not he
represent t.iat the company will fix them.
The farmer ia anked to sign a statement pur
porting to bi a statement that they are in
bad condition, which as usual turus out to be
a promiaaoiT' note.
Chleago lias Trust atiMk.
Nw Yoac, Nov. 30 Chicago gas trust
stock, which after dropping J3 poiuts WedueH
daybad closed that night at 4, sold down
yesterday without a iugl rally to ."to, a net
loss of 7ful points for tlie day. Chicago
dispatches al e burdeued with promisee of a
reorganization and a new life for tbe prop
erty, but pleiaing as are all such assurances,
they do not quite offset th decisive action
by which Sew York baukers are throwing
tbe stuff out if loans
Let H.r Husband's AsTeetlons.
HcKTllfOToM, Ind., Nov. 30. A sensational
auit was com nenced yesterday by Mrs. Mury
8. Brandon, -vife of one of the most promi
nent pbyaici ins In the county, who lives at
Andrew. 81 e allege that a married woman,
wrlf of a Wa auih railway engineer, now liv
ing In Toledo O., has alienated the affections
of her buibnnd, W. 8. Brandon, aud asks
Judgment in the ahaw of alimony in the
um of $:1,0U0
lndlesed for Manslaughter.
NW York Nov. 30. Despite the verdict
of the coronet 'a Jury exonerating from all
blame Selgfrial H. May, the whhky agent,
for causing tl e death of Martin J. Klynn
with hi umb-ella on Oct 30, the grand jury
yesterday found an indictment against May
for mauslauj liter in tbe first degree for
causing Plyin' death. May has not yet
Judge Lacker's Ureat Bargain.
Dehtk, Cclo., Nov. 30. Tb suit of Judge
Ruokar againitjlarvey Young, fur one-sixth
Interest in the Ashen minX was decided yes
terday in Rue kur'a favor Young old the
option on hia interest to Racker fur $15,000,
but a rich veil waa struck and he refused to
complete the ti ada. The decision gives Eucker
property wort 1 1,000,000 for $15,000.
REVIEW OF TRADE.
The Weekly Report from Dun's
HEAVY LOSSES BY EEOENT FIRES.
Rebuilding at Boatoa and Lynn, Mass.,
Will Create a Sudden Demand for Ma
terial and Labor The Unparalleled
Production of Iron la Thla Coantry No
Important Change In Finances Fail
ures for the Week.
New York, Nov. 30.-R. G. Dun & Co',
weekly review of trade say: Tlie heavy
Area, with aggregate losses estimated at
$15,000,000 or more, may have an influence
upon several branches of trade which cannot
yet lie estimated. Prior to the Boston fire,
the boot and shoe trade there had been quite
paralyzed by the fire at Lynn, and as to the
leather trade little advance was anticipated,
while here it was by many expected that
temporary withdrawal of demand would
caue some fall in leather. The Boston fire
of Thursday destroyed heavy stocks of goods,
and will doubtless affect the demand. Re
building in both cities will create a sudden
demand for materials and labor.
Volume of ftualneaa V'nnnrpaaeed.
Heavy concurrent loanes may shake some
insurance companies and affect the finances
of firms burned out, but the general pros
perity and large accumulation of available
capital will probably render the Influence of
these disasters comparatively narrow and
brief. In other respects the situation is
quite aa encouraging as it has been for some
week's past. The volume of business is un
surpassed and the pressure in the
money markets, though not ended here, has
aeemed to be abating elsewhere. The reports
from other cities are without exception fa
vorable, on the whole. Western cities, with
out exception, find trade good, though grain
is moving very slowly at Milwaukee, and
mild weather affect sales of winter clothing
and other supplies quite generally.
Collections Are Good.
Money is fairly active, but nowhere strin
gent, at western points reporting, and the
aeoiimts regarding collections are better
than iiHiud. Stock receipts at Kansas City
are lighter, but shipments of live hogs to
Mexii-o. lately stopped by high tariff, are re
sumed. A great Isjom in iron abroad, with
a speculative excitement rarely witnessed,
ami rapid fluctuations in prices, causes some
apprehension, because experience teaches
thnt such rapid and excited movements are
usually followed hy ugly reactions.
A Country of Wonders.
The unparalleled production in this coun
try still continues, and other furnaces of
large production are about to gn into opera
tion, and yet prices are firm at Philadelphia,
though w arrant have been quoted a little
lower here, the demand for manufactured
form continuing large at fall prices. It
would be a wonder, indeed, if, with light
railroad building and reduced demand for
rails, this country thould continue to con
sume tbe enormous quantity of iron now be
ing made, but this is a country of wouders.
For structural forma, at least, the recent
fires and the floods which have swept away
many bridges will cause some increased
The Merchandise Fx porta.
There has l?eu no important change in the
finances, but the merchandise exports, though
small for the week eoUug Tuesduv, have
been nearly 8 er cent, larger than last year
for the mouth from New York. The value
of exjtorts in October was not only greater
than in any previous Octolwr, but has never
been exceeded in anv month except slightly
in one, December, 1S70.
Failures during the last seven days for the
Vnitsi Slates were J10; for Canada, 39; to
tal, Cl'.i; compared with 2T7 last week. Fi.r
the correKM)iiding week of last year the fig
ures were -01 in tlie United States and SI lu
Organised for War on Trusts.
St. Ixifis, Nov. :. Evau Joues, of Dub
lin, Tex. .president of the Consolidated Farm
ers' Alliance and Wheel, now called the
Farmers' aud Ilsirers' Union of America,
arrived last night. The organization will
hold a c invention here next week and among
the possibilities is an alliance of somo kind
with the Knights of Lals.r. The object of
the organisation are to fight land grabbing
syndi.-nlrs, trusts, and csp,viallv the jute
bagging trust, monopolies of all kinds, alien
landlords, and a wore of other ahusrs from
w hi-h wage earners suffer.
ii-tory for Dressed Iteef Men.
T.irr.K. Knu., Nov. :m. Judge Brewer,
of the I'uited States circuit court, yesterday
devi.h-d that the Topeka meat inspection or-diimiii-e
was illegal The ordinance was en
acted several months ago and provided that
all la-ef sold in this city should be slaughtered
w itliiu one mile ot the city ot Topeka, and
! iusacted on the hoof by the city food in
Hs't.r before killed. The ordinance was
uia.le for the purpose of abutting out Kan
sas City dressed beef. The decision was gl vu
in a test case brought by Swift and Co.
An Fleet riclaa'e Horrltde Ieath.
Boston, Nov. 30. W. V. Durkee, an elec
trician, of Brooklyn, an employe of the
Thompson -Houston Klectrie company, was
killed yesterday morning while at work on a
uew elevator at the Trcmont house. The
elevator was descending, when the spring in
the cent rif ural device broke, sending a piece
of metal through Durkee's body. J. M. Ma
son, an employe of the Whittier Machine
couijutuy, had a leg broken.
Snow Blockade In Indiana.
Wabasii, Ind., Nov. 30. There is a big
snow blockade on the Cincinnati, Wabash and
Michigan road between Benton Harbor and
Elkhart. All trains were abandoned between
these iKiints until snow plows went over the
line. m the Urand Trunk railway twenty
four trains were stuck in drift between
liuttle Creek and Valparaiso. Know there ia
three feet deep and drifting badly. Business
on tbe line la ausiendett.
Will Readopt the Old Flag.
Rio Ic Janeiro, Nov. SO. The govern
ment has finally readopted tbe old flag. This
action has given rise to some irritation.
France has recognized the republic Senor
Barboza, the miutster ot finance, has con
vened a meeting of bankers and brokers with
the view of considering plans for rendering
assistance in commercial transactions w hen
Victims of the W reeked Uennanla.
New York, Nov. 3o. Four more bodio
were picked u;i yesterday near the wreck of
the bark Gorinama on tbe beach near Long
Branch. One of the bodies was that ot th
captain. Hia body will be buried by the
agents of the ship at Greenwood.
Perished In tbe Flames.
Bridoewater, Ont., Nov. B0. Tbe house
of Widow Alber, thirty-seven miles east of
hers, was burned Thursday, and a l-'-year-old
daughter ot Mrs. Alber leruhed in tbe
flames. The mother was absent.
A Printing Company Goes to the Wall.
CitlCAOO, Nov. SO. The Althrop Publish
ing and Mailing company, at 00 Wabash
avenue, wa closed by the sheriff Friday
tipon execution papers tiled by J. Rufus
Beardsley for a claim of f'.'.SlO, and Mary
Stokes for $58J. The liabilities are erti
mated at I-).0.J, the assets at $3,000. The
concern waa managed by Thoinaa Althrop
aud did the printing for aeveral weekly
The Navaasa Riot Caae.
Baltimore, Nov. 80 The argument in
the Navaasa riot case were resumed yester
day morning in the United States court, E.
J. Waring (colored) and Archibald Stirling
sjioke for the defense. District Attorney
Hayes will make the closing argument for
Brussels, Nov. :w The proceeding of
the auti-t lavery conference yesterday were
devoted to discussion of a proposal to estab
lish military station in tha Interior of Africa
with mitlicient force to overcome slave
huuters. The British delegate advocated a
proposal that the war vessela of the power
represented in the conference be given a
right of search limited to dhow and other
IMed on Bi Wedding Trip.
Philadelphia, Nov. 30. Rodney M.
Curtis, of Binghamton, N. Y., died suddenly
yesterday wh le driving In a carriage with
hia wife to Falrmouth park. The couple
were on a wedding trip to Washington, bar
ing been married Wednesday.
Mlnleter Uiwta'i Boa Better.
Pakui, Nov. 30. The condition of the sow
3t Mr. Robert T. Lincoln, American minister
to London, who ia lying 111 at Versailles, ia
greatly Improved, and hopes art now enter -tained
for his recovery.
NOVEMBER 30, 1889.
The State Springs a Sensation
in the Cronin Trial.
ITS BAD FOR THE EX-DETECTIVE.
When Arrested Be Bad Two Kalve la
Ilia Poaaeaalon Believed to Have Be
longed to Dr. Cronin Attacking
Ilotirk's Alibi Bow Indiana White
Cap Punished a Cruel Bone Owner
Trie Record of Crime.
Chicago, Nov. 80. The Cronin murder
trial was resumed yesterday. Bernard Car
berry swore be was in Danahy's saloon May
4 between 6:30 and 8:30 p. m., and that no
body was present except the bartender.
Danahy had sworn that both Bourk and him
self were in the saloon that night between
tbe hours stated. His evidence wa not
shaken on cross-examination.
The first part of tbe afternoon session wai
occupied in patching up Bourk a alibi, so
laidly perforated by the rebuttal of the state.
Hugh Ub-ason, the bartender for Matt
Danahy, in whose saloon Danahy swore that
Martin Bourk was during the whole of tbc
evening of May 4, took the stand and swor
that he (the witness) was not io tha saloon
that night between 6:30and 11 o'clock. Wit
ness Car berry in the morning had sworn that
Gleason was in the saloon between 6:30 and
8:30 on that night
Dr. Cronin' Knlve.
The state then sprung a sensation that had
come into its possession in the morning, by
showing by officer Flynn that when Dan
Coughlin w as arrested two knives were found
on the suspect, and that the knives belonged
to Dr. Cronin. To identify the knivea Mr.
r. T. Conklin took the stand and swore that
5hey were identical in every detail with twe
knives carried by the witness for two yean
and given by him to the doctor shortly be
fore the murder. He waa not positive that
they were the aame, but he believed thean tc
ae so. The testimony created a decided stir
tn the room. Dan Cougldin looked steadily
at the ceiling, and tried hard to assume in
difference, but the nervous twitching of hii
eyelhis and hands told a tale of anything but
The State's Attorney's Speech.
This was the end of the state's case. The
tables were immediately shoved back, and a
pace of comfortable dimensions made in
front of the jury. This done, the state's at
torney began his speech. He spoke in a plain,
conversational manner, emphasized at times
by a little earnest feeling, but with no at
tempt at oratory. He said he would not
make the argumental addresses that h
would leave to his associates contenting
himself with simply reviewing the evidence.
The murder of Dr. Cronin, he said, was one
of tbe foulest in the annals of crime, and was
the result of a conspiracy.
The Meeting ol Camp 20.
To form a groundwork for his proof he
told of Dr. Cronin having been a member of
the committee that had tried the triangle,
the report ot which was read in his camp.
The state's attorney read the testimony re
lating to the meeting of Camp 20 in Febru
ary, in which Dan Coughlin called for a se
cret committee to investigate the reading of
the report. At the time the secret commit
tee was called for Beggs, Coughlin, and
Bourk were present. Touching Kunze's con
nection with the conspiracy the state's attor
ney said it did not matter whether a member
entered it before or after the murder; he was
equally guilty. The state's attorney then
rad the correspondence between Bcggs and
District Officer Spellman, after w hich court
adjourned till this morning.
How They Treated a Man Who Waa Cruel
to Hta Horse.
jErTERsnNViLLE, Ind., Nov. SO. The Har
rison county White-Caps, near New Amster
dam, are again at their deviltry. Last
Thursday they called at the residence of
Anna Windom. The woman was fonnd with
her nephew, a young man of about 30 years.
Tha White Ca dragged him from his bed
aud beat him until he had to le carried home
iu a blanket. They then stripped the woman
for punishment, but niu jsreeiving her
condition desisted, not, however, until they
had w ai ued her to lueud lier ways.
Paiil In His Onn Coin.
A worthless fellow, who was the owuer of
an old aud raw-boued horse, wbiiit be
worked iui-essantly, and w bich lie had main
tained for some time on a daily allowance of
a few bits of hay and au (vcasioiial corn-cob,
was caught by the White-Caps recently and
made to s-rform the duties ot the horse for
one whole night. When they brought hira
to the stable from work the hapless victim
facetiously remarked that he always curried
his borse after working him hard. The oblig
ing White-Caps complied with his request
with alacrity, and with the largest and
coarsest currycomb they could find they
groomed the human pony until the blood
Disappeared I nder a I loud.
TilOV, N. Y., Nov. 80. Janus Fursinan,
sou of Judge Fursuian, of this city, liaadis-apiK-ared
under a cloud, having appropriated
between (i,0it and $'(.000 bclontpng to the
firm of Smith & Fursuian, of which hia
father is a memla-r. His method w as to take
the money which the firm gave him to de
posit and appropriate it to his own use. The
tint that w as know n of his misconduct was
when the tiank informed tlie firm that its
account was overdrawn. Young Fursman
will not 1 prosecuted, as his father will
make good the amount.
Suicide of a Scientist.
IxdiakaPous, Nov. SO. Professor O. M.
Levette, one of tlie best-known scientist of
this city, committed suicide yesterday after
noon. The deceased has been a resident of
this city since 13C3, and was genorally ad
mired on account of his bterary and scien
tific attainments. tSomething over a year
ago be was run down by a sleigh and badly
injured. Since then be had done nothing,
and it is thought that the fear of becoming
dependent upon friends led to the act.
Mr. Stowell's Heavy Loss.
AthoL, Mass., Nov. SO. Tbe money and
jewelry stolen from Mr. Henry R Stowell
house Wednesday night amounts in value to
$25,000. Tbe eight persons in the house slept
undisturbed while the robbery was being
committed. A strange fact is that the saf
was opened by tb combination, w-hich was
supposed to be known only To Mr Stowell
and his daughter, who i his bookkeeper
There is no clue to the robbers.
Nearly severed HI Head from the Body.
Tretjtov, N. J., Nov. 30. John Sweeny
committed suicide yesterday, nearly cutting
hi head off with a razor. He had been on a
spree and waa despondent. He sent for his
fiancee. Miss Mamie Duffy, to come and see
him. (She did not respond quickly enough to
suit him, and be began slashing his throat
A policeman disarmed htm, but too lata and
death soon ensued.
Tlie Una Was Loaded.
Lvnh, Masa, Nov. 30. William F. Sar
telle, of Worcester, Mass., a performer in a
dime museum bere,-was shot dead Thursday
niKht. He was performing a trick with a
rifle, w bich be apparently loads with leaden
bullets, aud then requests some one to shoot
at him, appearing to catch the bullet in hia
mouth. This time be failed to substitute a
pasteboard bullet, and William Flannigan,
w ho fired the gun, shot Sartelle dead.
Pontoon Bridge Washed Away.
Liavts-wokth, Kan., Nov. SO. Thursday
night the pontoon bridge which was recently
constructed across the Missouri river at this
point waa washed away by floating ice. The
missing part have been regained and will
be placed in their former positions. The
bridge cost $40,000.
Bridge Company Increaeee Ita Capital.
St. LorIB, Nov. 80. The Merchants,
Bridge and Terminal compauy has increased
it capital stock to t ,iKi,ouO. The increase
is required to meet the necessities of the ex
tensive system of terminals w hieu the com
pany has planned tor the beuellt of th city'
Baltimore Leaves the Aasorlatlon.
BALTmowt, Nov. 30. The Baltimore Baa
Ball club ha tendered iu resignation aa a
member of the American association. Thi
city will In all probability become a member
of th Atlantic aaaweiatlon.
round r rosea te Death la Bi I Doorway.
CaHTOM, O., Nov. 30. Charles Reynold of
Youngstown, aged 43, was found froaea to
death In tb doorway yesterday morning. It
ia said be drank too freely on Thanksgiving.
Martla Tnpper Dead.
London, Not. 80. Martin Farquhar Tup
per, th well-known poet, prose writer and
philosopher, died yesterday at the age of 70.
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Rock Island County, (
In tha Circuit Conn or said count? to the Jauunrr
Catherine Moore, Samnel W. T.lnrnln, M. V.
Richarda, Ban Late. M. W. Woodford, L. i.
Benptaton, Barton Malcolm, Jamea P. Mont
gomery. Martha Thomas, Koeille coryn,
Desire Corrn and Mary 1. Macbeth.
W. B. Bnifleld, Renhen Well. The Unknown
Helre-at-law of Joel Wella, deceaaed, Uennia
Warren, William A. Nourae, Lanra A. Neor.e,
Jane M. Weatherhead. Elira Babcock. Eunice
L. Mill, Louiea J. Bryant and Antonetle Henry
Affidavit of the non-reMdence of ths said W. B.
Burfleld, Reahen Weila and Lnnina J. Bryant, and
that the heir at law of Joel Wells, deceased, are
unknown and made parties aa the unknown hetra
at law of Joel Wella. deceased. Divine been filed
in tbe clerk' office of ibe circuit court of Rock
leland county, atate of Illinois, notice la therefore
hereby friven to the aaid non-naident defendants
that the complainant filed their hill of comp alnt
in aaid conn n the chancery s!de thereof on the
J7th day of Novemaer, lusa, and that thereupon
cnmmoDfl iaaned ont of ad conrr, m-berein aid
euit ia now pending, returnable on the first Mon
day la the mouth of January next, ae it by law
Now, nnlesa yon, the aaid non rraident defen
dants above named, and the unknown h ira at law
of Joel Wella. deceased, ehail penwnally be and
appear lefore eaid circuit conn on the" firet day
of ibe next term thereof, to be bolden at Rock
Island in and for said couctv, on the first Mon
day in January next, and plead, answer or de
niur tn tbe aaid complainants bill of complaint
and tbe aame aud the matter and thitun there
in charged and stated will be taken aa con
fessed, and a decree entered againat you arrord
1ns to the praver of aaid bill.
Rock Inland, ill.. November, ?. 189.
GEO. W. HAM HI. K.
Clck of Circuit Court.
w. R. Moore inOrviH Sw!tr, Solicitors
dministratoh a sai.k
or HEAL ESTATE.
Fyvirtneofan order of the Conr.tv court of
Rock Ixland counlv. slate of Illinois, nixae al the
November term thereof, A. I. 18mm, upon the pe
tition of the unrienoipieil. administrator of the
estate of Patrick U Ki;n, deceased, aeatnst fcltia
Kgan. Ella Eran, Mr l v.. Freeman and the
Black Hawk Homestead Building. Loan and Sav
ing Aaaoctat-on, I will, on the Htn day of Decem
ber next, between the hours of 10 o'clock in the fore
neon and 4 o'clock in tbe afternoon of said day,
sell at pnhllc vennne, subject to a Fourteen
Hundred ($1,4(10) dollar mortgage execnted to se
cure one certain promisorv note of the same
amount, held by the KUck Hank Homestead
Bnlldlng, Loan and Saving Aaoetatton, at the
north door of the Co'.irt house in the cttv of Hock
Island, Rock Island conntr, stale of Illinois, all
the Interest of ths said Patrick H. Beau aud the
dower Interest of Eliza F.fan. hia widow, in the
following descr bed real estate eitnaled in the
county of Rock loand. state of Illinois, to-wlt:
East one-half (Si lot No. one , 1 In Martha A
Rodman's addlt on to the eily of Heck Island.
Terms of Kale All ot the purchase monev lo be
pai upon the couArmatlnn of tbe pelitiontrr
report ol said sale by I he court.
latea the I lib dur or Nov. Iv
MICH A hi. .1 H'tSlllNS.
Administrator of .the estate of Patrick II . Egan,
M.Ehirt McKsrnT. Solicitors S d4w
ALE OF REAL KSTATK.
By vlrtne of an order and drcree of the County
court of Rock Island county, Illinois, made on tbe
petition of tbe undersigned. Anna Poonan, ad
ministratrix of th estate or Frank Doonan, de
ceased, for leive to sell the real estate of said de
cease, i, st tbe November term, A. D. le4, of said
court, to-wit' the 14th day of November, 18Mtt,
I ehall on te 14th day of December next, at three
o'ebsrk in tbe afternoon of said Cay. sell at puilic
sale, for csi-b In hand, at tbe north door cf the
court boose In the city ot Hock Island In said
eonnty. all the riant, title and Interest of FranR
Doonan, deceased, and tbs horoe-tead and dower
Interest of aaid Anna Doonan In tbe following de
scribed real estate, situated in the county of Hock
Island and state of Illinois, to-wlt :
Lot four, 4, in block five, 5), Bracken a a di
Mon to th city of hck Island. Said real estate
being more particularly described aa follows, to
wit: Commencing st the southeast corner of said
block fire, (5), running thence wet along tl.e
south line of aaid block five (SI sixty (60) "feet:
tbeace north and parallel with the east line of
said block flvs. (SI, one hundred aud twentv feur
(11-41 feet; thence east and parallel with tbe a- uth
line of aaid block, sixty (60) feit; thence south
along tba east line of said block five, (51, one
hundred and tweuty-fot.r (li4i leet to tbe p'ace
of beginning. .
Dated this 15th day ot November. A. D
Administratrix of tha Ea'.ale of Frank Doonau,
K. W. Hrnsr. Alt"? for Adtututi-trattlx.
JALK OF REAL EaTATE.
By virtue of aa order and decree of the county
court of Rock Island eounty Illinois, made on tha
petition of (he undersigned Margaret B Kellsr
straaa, administratrix of tbe estate of Fredtri' k
W. Kellerstrasa, deceased, for leave to sell the
real estate of aaid deceaaed at tbe November
Term. A. D.. 188. of aaid court, to-wlt: on the
14th day of November. lt.
I shall on th Fourteenth day of December next,
at two o'clock in the alternooo of aaid day, sell at
public sale, for cash in hand, at tbe north door of
tbe court bonae ia tbe eity of Kick Island in aaid
county, all tlie ria-ht. title and interest or aaid
Frederick W. Kellersirasa, deceased, and the
dower Interest of aaid Maraaret B Ke'li rstrass,
la tbc following described real ealate situated in
th county of Rock Island aud Slate of HUnoia,
Tb undivided two thirds (t,) of sub-lot five
(6), In block two (V) In Spencer A Caa' addition
to tb city of Rock Island siid sub-lot five (6) be
ing sometime described aa tbe esst forty (4U) feut
ol lot two (Z) in said block two (S)
Alao the undivided one-half (!-, 1 of the west
half of lot three () in said b,. ( k two (2, In
Bouncer t Case's addition to aaid city.
Dated tbia 1Mb day of November. A. D . 188.
Marsabet B. as i Lcasiaass,
Administratrix of tbe Estate of Frederick W.
. W. HuaaT, Attorney for Administratrix.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and bas removed to
Third Ave., and Tenth St.
tarlle solicit the trade long enjoyed
by Li predecessor and a many new
customer ai wish to favor him with
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Cor. Third arenue and Twentieth St., Rock Islard
SPECIAL SALE AT
1605 Second Avenue.
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