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TELE KOOK ISLAND AHGUS, THURSDAY, AP11LL 17, 18S0.
THE ACTUAL ROUTE.
The Hennepin Canal According to
the New Hoate.
Tfce Official Ewtiaaate. ma ' Cewt
The Xeaaere'a HiftfM rraetl.
rally AMart4 Cat. Jlar hall's
Several months ago Congressman Mar
pby presented at a tri-city HennepiD
caoal meeting at the Citizen's Improve
ment asociition roc-ms in this city, C&pt.
Marshall's idea as to the probable route
of the canal, together with an estimate of
the ctst of construction. Both have been
modified somewhat as shown by the effl
cisl report of Cspt. Marshall which has
jnst been (riTf n to the pre?, anditrro
ides: The line spprnvel by the secretary of
war runs from the Illinois river about one
and three-quarter miles above the town
of Hennepin at the great bead of the II
lino river, thence via Bureau creek vsl
h-T. Pecny's slough and Rock river to tie
Mississippi river at the mouth of Rck
river, with a feeder to Rock river tear
Dioc, Illinois. From the Illinois river
to the feeder junction the route is neces
sarily nearly identical wilh tbe main line
for the fleDDepin canal as surveyed and
located in the principal deviation
beicg first, tie change in the cro.!ngof
tbe main line of the Chicago, Rock L-'and
& Pacific ri!rosd from the third to tbe
seventh mile; seend. the straightening of
the line at the end of the thirteenth taile
arrow a large bend in Bureau creek,
around which the route was originally
located. This has been made practicable
by a change in the bed of Bureau creek,
made by the railroad company, tbronek
an artificial cut on the south and west
sides of their track, w hereby the bend Las
been disconnected from the creek proper.
Tbe caaal can now cross the old river bed
without an arqaeduct. Various changes
in the bed of the creek call fr minor
modifications of the lice.
The railroad has doubled its tracks,
which increases the difficulty of l.ciiion
of the line, espacialiy in tbe'Pond Creek
valley. The canal reaches the summit
level at the twentieth mile after an ascent
of 205 feet through 24 locks, with lifts
varying from three to ten feet each. The
original number of locks proposed for
the eastern slope was 23, but it has been
conM.iered advantageous to take into tbe
canal the water of the mirhy area at
the tummit. which Las necessitated an
additional lock. The summit level ex
tends from the twentieth to th5 twenty
fifth mile, where the Dixon feeder joins it,
and continues to tbe thirty-fifth mile on
the line of tbe original Mara-s d'Oc-ia sur
veyed route, except a change in lock No.
27 from 6even k nine feet lift, making
the grade westward from the lock two
feet lower. From the thirty-fifth mile to
Milan, near the mourn of Rock
river, the route is tfce same as
the Rock Island route via Pennsjl
vania slouch and Rock riv r, sur
veyed in 1S5. but severs! modification'
have been made in the distribution and
lift of lock. On the f arty-eighth miie
ine ngut oi tbe three Ifxjks proposed in
1835 is modified to three separate de
tached locks with basins beiween them,
and the Jocks in Rock river are different
ly located with lifts varting from the or
iginal proposed locks. Tbe terminus of
the line is made at tbe mouth of ftxrk
river instead of at the Mississip
pi river, one and one half miles below
Rock Island citv. as proposed originally,
this terminus affording a much more cs
pacioua harbor and entrance to tbe Mis
sissippi end of the canal. The totl
lockage on the descent from the summit
levees to tbe mouth of Rjck river is 102
feet, made by 13 locks, varying in lifts
from three to ten feet. The length of tbe
western slope from tbe feeder junction to
the Mississippi river is 52 miles.
Tbe main line is 77 miles in length, of
which 50 miles is canal and 27 miles of
slack water navigation on Rock river by
locks and dams. Ttiirty-seven locks are
required of an average depth of seven
feet, five acqueducts respectively 150,300.
210.130 and 4U0 f jet in leneth and 40
feet in width of trunk, and 41 culverts.
The constructions required upon tbe
feeder are a guard lock at the entrance of
Rock river, a dam across Rock nver.a set
of sluice gates, an acqueduct over Green
river 180 feet long and 70 feet wide, and
39 highway bridges.
The report compares tbe estimates of
1385 with those made this jear as fol
lows: For tbe main line, $2.715 057. or
less than those of 1335 by $2J0.519. and
for tbe feeder line, $1,759,844, or greater
by $95,127 than the estimates of 1S35.
The total cost is estimated to be $6,524.
052. It is upon this report that the com
mittee on rivers and harbers baa recom
mended $500,000 with which to begin the
Congressman Henderson's success in
getting bis half million appropriation in
the river and harbor bill insures the ulti
mate success of the measure. It can
only be defeated through the instrumec
tality of President Harrison and be can
not exercise unfriendliness to it very well.
Coal Vaxxey Anril 17
The Catholics held service at St. Mary's
James Wilshire started Monday for the
So'diers' home at Quincy.
Farmers are busy this week sowing
oats and planting earlv not&tora.
Dr. W. B.Martin has come to continue
bis lathers practice at Coal Valley.
Mrs. Ellis, widow of tbe late J. Ellis,
bas recovered from her moUrteil in
Mr. Peter Brower was very ill last
week, but was improving at last advises.
wor town oncers nave all been sworn
In but the constable, who will not oaali
Mrs. L. M. Kelson has been afflicted by
an attack of inflammatory rheumatism,
out is now recovering.
Mansill. Batterabv & H&villn mM tr
tyfacrea in section 32, 17. 1, west to
ttr T i t . , ,
ii iii. jrsrser. at is coal tana.
Tbe commissioners of highways or
ffanized on ths 1.1th hw rhnnainn T TT
McMichael president, and M. Delenge
Win. Murphy bas been suffering from
rheumatism of the afnmanri tnr
He bas been some better, but does not
improve rapidly, and is seventy-three
j i mi ui nice.
The confirmation uinimi 1,14 . a .u
' " an.. . IW.B UI.IU tU
bath in the Presbyterian church by the
ucruiuu .Lriiwerans were well attended
J here were six persons confirmed. The
Kev. Mennicke officiated.
I Am Crazed With Toothache
and serves you right for having neelected
to nse Bozodont. Had you done so your
mouth would have been healthy and your
teeth sound. Get the "snag" 'pulled out
and commence at once using Sozodont.
thereby preserving the balance of your
For there was never yet a Philosopher,
that could endure that toothache patient
ly." Perhaps not but there's little wit in
endurintr it at all. when one bottle of Sal
vat ion Oil will cure it.
Get your plumbing, steam or gas fit
ling done by E. Wrfght. Shop in tbe
. rear of Harper's theatre.
14 J A Lindberg to Magnus Johnson,
part lots 5 and 6, block 1. Oakwood ad,
Moline, and part set 31. 18. lw, $5,000.
W A Paul to L 8 McCabe, lot 5. block
F. Eigewood park ad. R L $3,00V
John Bcbafer to H C Schafer. swj, 16.
18. 2e, el ej sej. 17. 18, 2e; and part sw
sw. 18, 18. 3. $4,400.
Annie Oison to J F Solberg, lot 13.
block 3, Alday's second ad, Et R I,
15 Geo Gimlet to Wm Morrow, part
set. sw, se. 33, 17. 4w, $100.
John Gabling to Wm Morrow, part
nwT, sej, 33, 17, 4w. $77.
Joseph Boney. Jr. to Wm Morrow, part
sej. sej.33, 17, 4w, $16
Joseph Boney. Jr. toScsan A Morrow,
part sej, nwj, 33. 17. 4w, $100.
Christine Loden. et al, r y heirs to Cri
Bare, part lot 2, block 9. Wfst Moline,
John B Cornwall to Fred H Cooper.
70 feet, lot 5. block 4. South Moline.
15 Estate of Mary Nold. Will ad
mitted to probte. Letters of adminis
tration eta, issued to E II Guyer. Bond
filed and approved .
Estate of John Hofer. Letters testa
mentary isued to Katherine Hofer and
L Albert Hofer. Boad waived by wiiL
Estate of Henrietta Herwig. Execu
tor's report filed and approved.
Gaardiansbip of Emma A Herwig and
Arthur O Herwig, minors. Guardian's
report filed and approved.
Estate of Elizibelh A Moore. Letters
of admiDi;rtion issued to Francis D
Frszer. Bond fiied and approved.
Estate of Bailey Davenport. Order
authorizing administrator to sell certain
personal property at private sale.
Estate of R.-sina Hanshaw. Letters of
administration issmd to Amelia Peter
son. Bond fi'ed and approved.
The great tragic actress Janauscbek,
will appear at Harper's theatre on Satur
day evening of this week in "Meg M?r
riiis. Says the Philadelphia Ledger:
"Madame Jtnauschek's present en
gagement at tbe Chestnut Street opera
house is probably the last she will ever
play in Pnilade'phia. aod it gives occa
sion for a special word in recognition rf
an artist who has advanced and dignified
Within twenty years we have had no
other actress in whom the eenius of
tragedy was so distinct, certainly n one
in whom ibis genius found expression in
an art so fine and so complete. Her art
is always serious and sombre: but with
the passing yars it baa rather gained
than lost in sympathetic quality, and those
who have seen ter play from season to
season bve come to admire her more
and more and to regret the more that her
retirement was inevitably drawme near
Madame Janaucbek is now plaiicg
iuoe creai ngnres oi clis-s-c tragedy in
which she bas been supreme, ami srve to
bow her strong dramatic crai-p and lier
rare mastery of the statre and its art. She
ii one of the ereat artreses who will be
talked of in the future and thoae of n
iunuoi uo can speaa oi jicr Ir.m
A Common Centa Remedy.
In tbe matter of curatives what you
want is something that will do its work
while you continue to do yours a rem
edy that will give you no inconvenience
nor interfere with your business. Such
a remedy is Allcock's Porous Plasters.
These plasters are not an experiment.
they have been in use for over thirty
years, and their value has been attes-ed
by the highest medical authorities, as
well as by voluntary testimonials from
tuose who have used them.
Allcock's Porous Plasters are purely
vegetable and absolutely harmless. They
require nocuange m uiet ana are not af
fected by wet or cold. Their action does
not interfere with lator or business; you
can toil and yet be cured while hard at
work. They are so pure that the young
est, me o'det, tee most delicate person
of either sex can use them with great
Beware of imitations, and not be de
ceived by misrepresentation. Ask for
Allcock s. and let no solicitation or ex
planation induce you to accept a substi
tute. Allcock's corn and bunion shields ef
fect quick and certain relief.
State of Ohio. Cut ok Toledo, t
Lucas Coujjtt. 98
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is
the senior partner of the firm of F.J.
Cheney fc Co.. doing business in the city
of Toledo, county aod state aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of one
hundred dollars for each and everv rese
of catarrh that cannot be cured tribe
use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Frank J. Cheket.
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this 6ih day of December,
A. W. Gi.easox,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally
and acts directly upon "the blood and
mucous surfaces of the system. Send
for testimonials, free.
F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
A Hscaiiuy of Health.
It is a prime necessity ol health that
tbe action of the bowels should be kept
regular. But the way to overcome a
temporary fit of constipation, or to rem
edy chronic costiveneas, is not to deluge
the stomach and drench the bowels with
purgatives of violent and painful action.
Tbe bappy medium between inoperative
and violent cathartic is Hostetter's stom
ach Bitters, which acts just sufficiently
upon the bowels to relax them without
pain, and which being a wholesome tonic,
as well as aperient, bas tbe effect of
strengthening both them and the stom
ach, and promoting the well being of the
whole internal economy. The removal
of bile from the blood, increased activity
of the liver, usually dormant in cases of
costiveness, and sound digestion fo'lows
tbe cse of this beneficent medicine, as
thorough and genial in its effects as it is
safe and pure in composition. Rheuma
tism, fever and ague, kidney troubles and
debility are also remedied by it.
To Bervoaj Debilitated Ben.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore yon to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Who of us are wunouj trouble be tbey
small or large? The blessings of health
are best appreciated when we are sich
and in pain. backing cough, a severk
cold, or any throat or lung disease are
very troublesome; but all of these may be
quickly and permanently cured by Dr.
Eigelow's Cure.- Safe and pleasant for
children. Price 60 cents.
Para for Sale.
Twenty acres of land three miles south
of Orion, III., on which there are 400
fruit trees, a good bouse 24x18 in size
with 16x16 kitchen. Good outbuildings.
Price f 1.100. Also for sale a lot of live
stock. - Inquire of A. Johanson. tailor,
219 Twentieth street, Bock Island.
A. D.. 18G
That Hood's Sirsaparma does post ess cura
tive power PeeaKar to Itself is eoc desiTely
shown by the wonderfc! enres It has effected,
unsurpassed In the history of medier e. This
abaointe merit it possesses by reas a of the
f ict that rt is frerared by a C'Mbi watiM,
Piepeiii and Pietw Peculiar x Hood's
'knowr to no
and by w hk-h the foil medicinal powet of all the
ingredients used is retained. Hood s Sirsv
parilla is a highly concentrated extra et of Sar
sapanlU. Dandelion, Uandrake, IV ek. Juni
per Berne, and other well known vegetable
remedies. It tuts won Its way to tie leading
f lace among medicines by Us own Intrinsic
undisputed merit, and has now a larger sale
nn Hfv iiillllWIi a UUilUd
DRAK AI KATE l:Vi:il Vl'.AR.
WHVP BECAUSE of all CHOCOLATES
il 1 It js the nttrcst and best.
Paris Exposition. ISS9 y
Ask fcr YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE
BRANCH HOUSE. UNION SQUARE. NEW YORK.
The Crown dlnics hall. o. 1703 Sec
ond avenue, is now ready t fu-nih you
the best meal in tbe city for 25 cjqis.
f V),W)0 to loan on real estate scanty,
in suras of $2x) and upward, f t lowest
current rates of interest, withrut com
mission. E. W. Hurst, Attorney at
law. Ruck Inland.
laraty on Ssndt.
Those who are required to gire hocda
io positions of trust, and who desire to
avoid askinz friends to N-cone their
sureties, or who may wish to relieve
friends from further' biigations as bonds
man, should apply to the ajjet t f the
American Surety Co., of New York
General Insurance Aent.
P-tron;ze the new p!umb!Dff.Mc.m ar.d
fitting houf-e of E. Wricht, on ? x
tenth f.trtt-1. in the resr if Hrtr's
i Dr. C. McLano's Celebrated
A few doses taken at the riM time i
will often save a severs pc!l of j
sickness, fnco only 25 cents st j
any drug store. Be sura and see
that Dr. C. McLANE'S CELE
BRATED UVER PJLLS, FLEM
ING BROS., Pittsburgh, Pa.
on the box. Koce other is (Iccu
i a 1
UHltrUKI 1'UL.IuH iur vjo vai..i, m
PssmtES tiji Breath. I
JlCTICE TO CONTRA CTORS
Scaled proposals will be received at tbe Pity
Clerk s office. Hock li-land. Ill . u itil Monilav
tbe 5th day of May. A.U. lfc. at 6 o'clock r. .
for tbe rons; ruction of a tile sewer ae ordered by
an ordinance nf said c.ty entitled "An ord nsnre
for the cotisrraction of a sewer on Trentv-foiirth
street from Eighth svetoc to Foorth avenue ith
lateral branches on seventh, Mxth, -"if ih-aiid-a-balt
and Fifth avenues to Twentv-sfith street.-"
passed Marce S. lJ. and for fnmihi the mate
rial and doini: the work according to 1 lie p ana ati.l
The aaid improvement mnt be constructed,
and tbe material therefor furnished must be in
accordance with the plans aod spec fications for
said Improvements on file In the sail. city, clerk a
office, at which aaid office, said plans and speciti
caiious are open to the inspection of all persona
All bid must be acrompanied wit 1 a certified
check m the sum of One Hundred I ollars, para
ble to the order of tbe city treasurer of said city,
which snail become forfeited to saic city in cue
the bidder sbali fail to enter Into contiact. with ap
proved sureties, to erecme the work for the price
mentioned In tbe bid, and according o the plans
and specifications, in the etetl that the contract
abonld be awarded to him.
Blank bids will be furnished on application at
the city clerk s office. All bidders and other
persons may attend at tbe opening if aaid bids.
The riirht to reject any and all bids orprojo
sais received is hereby cxpresaiy re-ierved.
ROBERT KuEHLKR, city Clerk.
Dated this 11th day of April, 1J
John Volk & Co.,
- M anufacturers of
Sash, Doors, Blinda, Siding, Fiooring,
and all kinds of wood workjor lmilders.
Eighteenth Su bet Third and fourth ave..
a. wis ran.
Winter & Lemburg,
Wholesale Dealers and Inpor rs of
Wines and Liprs,
(removed to new quarter )
Noa. 1616 and 1618
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
J. M. BUFORD,
The old Fife and Time-trie frmpaalae
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
aea aa tow aa any rstlsble ranwa r eaa aAaasL
BigG hasgi'-cu noivei
sal aaibilaei on to the
Ml to a oar.
ewre of Oont nhu-a and
vtst. i pres rrlbe It and
feel safe ui n ctiiumrn.:
ln it to all enfTercra.
Rold by 1 roKgisia.
than any ether similar rrparatioo tn tfiis
country. It yon have never taken Hood'
SarsaparOia, a lair trial will convince you of
its escellenee and merits. Take it this season.
" I ean hardly estimate the benefit received
from s&ing Hood's SarsapariUa. Last summer
I was prostrated for nearly three months, from
of the blood
as I thought.
although try physician treated me for nervous
trwobie. This spring tbe same symptoms re
turned, and I concluded to be my own physi
cian, and beean nsm? Hood's Sarssparilla. I
have ix losi one day from my work, and feel
like a different pervm. K J. Brtrr. Busi
ness Manager Garette, 8t Clairsvllle, Ohio.
Hood" Sareportllati cold hj drnggtsta. fl;tlx
for fa. Ireau4 tj C. I Hood a Co, Lowell. Hiu.
3 CR AND PRIZES.
9 COLD MtUaiS.
1R SALS A SIDE BOARr-BIrk Vlnat
.:b nirtle lop; imjnire it His S-rouil tc,
OEOONn-HAND FCRNITCRE. boniht. sold
a or cirhar.ord. Mdhtj loaned or Foraiiare
nnrra i ?a t.t riTn1 trct, Dvenport.
TTOK ALt ALL ABI.K FATIiST 1M
A pmvemrnt oe EicM'or. Now in operation at
Mr riniphine Work., Ssss Hamtl'ofi M Philaaa.
f; preerc tr i,d limh; f.r ti nontenure
PWy KOBTJ. ALKER, Icrector
T7 ANTtD. KInfeT- LAss 1KAVBUNG
v MioBfii we tor IMmon iril lom. D
R. IncroU A to, S;J ni S3 IH-trborn Sf . Chi-
caeo, iii. ftb-27
WANTED-A hbLlAHi.E I fcKx. IN HOCK
Iind and ever torn in tfci. locality tod-a-tnhntcircolan.;
t,t particaltr wrd reference
ai.d adlre-. T. N. Crowley, Main M , Ter.
TTTAftU.-A LAIJ TO MANAGE A
vv KriKB c!:c. tl hi toB h.w. for the Fa
icc remne 5ipTitSe "ranr Liijr"; a .plendid
oprtrniiT: .idrt-. with iamp. Tie Dr. Coon
l. t .Mi:ear Icstitote, Mink Btrtxt, Ind.
J. M. ItE lh liSLEY,
ITTORNEY AT LAW Office w ith T. T.
I worthy, 1725 second Aver.ae.
WILLI AX Jil'KM)
TTCRNEY AT I. AW. OKce in Rock I-lanJ
il National Bark BaiKlit?, Itock Inland. 111.
. D SWSK.VST.
C. L. a IK SR.
SWLENEY A WALKER,
I I TT"RNEVS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
' ltttBce m lit-riir-lon's Mock, Rock Iland. Hi.
McE.MRY A MrEMRV,
TT.;RNEY'S AT LA W Loan moti. j on eood
'1 "e.-oritv, make ol.i-ctions, Kcferertce. M itch
ell A Lvmle. hanker, office in Postoince bknk.
THE DAILY AKGtS.
OK SALE EVRY EVENING at Crampton s
. New-?iand. Kive cents per copy .
MiS. RmiEtot'ORD A. BUTLER,
nr;DfATF.oFTnE ontario vktkrna
J rt college. Veternsry Pliv.ieian anp Snreons
office: Tin. tali s Livery slaUe; Residence: Over
A-tcr Bakcrv, mstket square.
W. A. GUTHRIE,
(Svnccessor to Oathrie Collins)
I Contractor Builder.
Plan and r.lim .lc. fnmtsbed. A specially
j made f tine work. A .1 orders attended to
(nirapiiy ano Miraction cnaranteed.
loflit e and ahop No. lrSIs Third avenue.
WM. 0. KULP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms s ST. IS and '."9.
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
TKE MOLINE SAVINGS BASK
(Charted hy the LeirislaMireof Illinois.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open daily from 9 A M. to P. M . an ) on Tnea
day and ;.aturday Evenlncs froai 7 to
Intcrt-sst allowed on Dcaposits at the rat
of 4 er Ccdl per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
The private property of the Trustees is respon
sible to the depo-itora. Theofflcere are prohibi
ted from borrow! a any of its moners. Minors
and married women protected by special law.
Omen : B. W. Wbhtloci, President; Poa
TKaSKntirrB, Vice President; C F. Uiatasit
Tctsbs: S. W. Wheelock, Porter Fklnner,
C r. Hi'menway, J. SiUs Leas, Q. H Edward
Hiram Darling, A. S. Wrtght, J. rj. Keator, L.
U. H-menway, C. Vitzthnm.
. PirTTbe only chartered Baringa Back In Rock
' 5 S M
To WHOM IT MAT CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLNOIS, I
Rock Island Connty, (""
In the County Conrt, to the May Term. A. D. 18W.
To all persons concerned: I'nbllc notice is hereby
piven that the nodersiirned, gnardian ot Porter Mc
Creery, Robert C MeCreery and William Mc
Creery, minors, bas filed in the office of the clerk
of the connty court of Rock Island county and
slate of Illinois, a petition for an order for the sale
of the following described real estate belonging to
aid minors situated in the county of Kock Island
and state of Illinois, and described aa fo'kma. to
wit: The Undivided throe-fonrteenths (3-14) of the
northeast quarter of tbe southeast rnarter
i of section ten, (1). in township sixteen, 1,
north range one (1) west of the fourth principal
meridian, and that said petition will be beard on
the Brat day of the May term, A. I, la. or as
soon thereafter aa counsel may be beard. At
which time and place yon can appear and object to
said petition rf yon see fit so to do
.Dated Rock i eland. April 7th. 1890.
., ROBERT U. McCREFRT,
Onudian of Porter MeCreery, Robert D. Me
Creery and William McCraery. minora.
rr.T or ilunxus, i
Rock Isulxd Corrrr.
... v uv u , iiwn to me -i term. i.
Monltoa Know lea Jennie V. Oallicher. John K.
iitr. aniens m -i. carpenter ana Martfia C
John II. Gonld. Alfred WHIiama and Churl- R.
Aine worth, ezrentora of the taM will and teata
ment of Rohert Knowlc. deceased. John 8.
tiaiimorw and Jaraea W. Atkinmo, execntors of
the Lat will and trMinrat or Ann Ma-ia K ft.
Rnowlea. deceaaad. Charte L. Moryn. Caicaco
Theokvical Seminarr. an Iliinoia corporation,
lllinoia Borne Mn-1 nary Society, an lihnoia
corpoiattoa. Port Brr.m Academr. aa Itlinoia
corporation. Tonne Men' Ctatiatian A nida
tion of Moline, lliinoiv an Iltitm a corporw
ion. H.ratioN'. P. Small. Martha E. Wagener,
U-ttie M. Mnall. Gertie S. Small. Mante B.
aail. Jatnea Grant Small. Ch.rlea H. Lnnt,
Jane S. Atkinwm, Charles H. Deere and Pit!
Affidavit having been fled In the office of the
e'erkotMid Clrcnst conrt that the -atl defea
dan'a, Horatio N. P. $mal.. Martha B. Wutnrr.
Hattie M. Small. Jamea Grant Small, ChH- H.
L"nt and Pitt Emory are non-reident, and each
of them a non-resident of said Mate of IiiiEoi.
notice i therefore hereby piven that the .aid eom
pialnanM sled their bill of complaint in fa d
conrt, on the chancery ide theteof, on the 2"h
day of March. A. D. !?. aod therenpnn nm
mona i-eaed ont of aid eoort in aaid caiwe re
utrnab'e on the Siat Monday tn May, li, next.
a i by law repaired, the tunc btin'g the lltt day
of the n-it ancceedmc ter of aaid conrt .
Now. nnler yon. the eaid n n re-i lt rt dtfen-
aar.t. anore named, and each of too, .ball yer
aneallT be and ar-pear before aaid o-nrt vn aaid
nrt Monday in May, nett. and plead, an-
aaerordemnr to the Mid bill of complaint, the
same and the matter and thin th.rem chursed
and ptatrd will be taken a cocfecd by and
a!nt yon and neh of )oiu do not appear a
aforesaid and a decree entered action yon ac
eoriirg to the prayer of aaid bill
Rock Ifland, 111.. Mrrh ts, l-
GEO. V. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Cirenit C-Mirt.
EroR Lrwt. an t Adair Ple a.t, Cora
STATE OF ILLINOIS
Rocs Ild CorxTr, j""-
In tbe Ctrcnit Court.
Lonis Merrhact t. Cbritina Travire. Abraham
Merchant, Albert NtHin, Miry Merchant.
Saan Leary. K. N. Men riant. xarr Zhmer.
Elizabeth Simpn. Je-ir i-raith, Saras A. Mc-
Clellan, Bird mi h. Anne ecrder, Phebe
Smith. Lncinda Silver. Mar Etta Miller.
Julia Smith. Wtl'iam M. t rl''. Ll.iie ktc,
Mmme M rill.Looiee H.rt-er. Era A. Wheeler,
A bert Merrhint. Jam.- Ne)on.
Affidavit having bt-en filed in the office of the
clerk of aaid cirrau conn that tbe id defen
dants and earn of them are non-re'i-lent of atd
tate of Illinois, mtf in tht-re(ore herebv eiven
that the ad complainant tlrd b.ll o'f com
plaint In aid court on tbe chancery ide thf-reof
on the d day of Angn", A. D , lV, and there
upon a sammon irled ont of raid trnrt, in Md
canee. retomaMe on the r,rt .V.i.iaT In b,-pteiu-ber.
A. D. l-9. a i hr la required, the aame
being Ih- first day of the Ben -uneL ding term of
w nnle yon, the deferdant above
named, and each of you shall pr.onaiir be and ap
pear b. fore said c;rent court on the firt Mcnday
in May. l?)neit. and pVad. anwrror demnr to
the said complainant's bill of complaint. theame
and the matters and thin-: therein charved and
stated, will be taken asconfesae.1 by and asains-.
snch of von as do not appear as af.in-said. and a
decree erwre.1 against Ton ai-cordi to the pmjer
of said bill.
Rock Island, 111.. Mr-hf. 1M
GKOKiiK W. ttAMRLE. Clerk.
Adaik Pi.tASABTs.CompUicana solicitor.
state op Illinois, i
Rock IcI-ax d Coi xtt. f M '
In the Circoit Conrt, to the Mar Terra
Ida W . Lnndv vs Will am H. Lni.dr In Chancery.
An!avit of no'r-residen'-e of Will. am H. Lun
dr. the atvive defendar.t, harinj been Hied in the
clerk office of thet'ircnii coon of said ronntj.
notice Is therefore herehy given to alie said nn
rcident defendant that the conplamatt filed bet
bi.l of omt.laint in sid coot:, on the chancery
side theteof. on the E.eventh rtav of March. 1!,
and that thereupon a summons is-oed otu of sid
conrt. wherein said suit is now n.iin rvtnma
ble on the fir- Monday in ihe mouth of Mavneit,
as is by law required.
Now. nlc yoo. the said non-resident itcfeo
dant anove named. W il'.iam II. Lnndv. cha:i p.-r
sonally be and appear before saidCin-nit t'onrt.
cn the first dav of the tie tt irm th.....Mf
I h.)l.!ei ai Koct l-lard In and for the sa d conntv.
on the Erst Monday in Mtv next, and plead.
anwer or deronr to the said c.wnpia-.nan'.'s b I of
complaint, the same and the matters and nins
therein charted at.d slated will he tiken a con
feased. ar.d a decree entere-l aztin-t yon accord
inn to Ihe prayer of sa:d bit'.
GRoKtiE W. GAMr.LS. cl.-rk
Kick Nland. LI., Mn h lltb. ts).
Jai Ko Jc IIt"BT. Com pi s nli.
By virtne of an execution No. h. riu;
date the 17th dy of M.ircb. A. I . lvJ, aud ac
cr.mpanyttor fee bill, i uel out of the clrk s oftire
orthecimiit conrt ot Rock Island onintv. tu the
state of lllinois.and to nu Mirected. whereby I am
commanded to make trie amount of a certain
jndsment recently obtained a. amst William II.
adwanis. J. B I'svi, ,n and Kobert McMann in
fatoror Samuel Kowl.i oit of the lio.l. trnr
meats, po,i. and chattel of the said defend
ants. I have levied upon the foilowm.- pr. rtv
Tb.iss certain parcels of land and premi-cs sit
uated in the coLtitv of Rock l-'and and M.-ne of
liiinoi. towit: Lots No. one n) and two ,Si In
block No two ( in !' econd Sih1i addi
tKm to the town tnow cnyi of Mohne.
Therefore, acconiim; to said command I shallci
roe for aie at public a net ion all the above named
land and prcmies on aturlay. tbe ;h day of
April. A. D., li. at the bcurof 1 o'clork p. tn ,
at the north door of the court house in the city
of Roc Island, in Ihe rsnnlr of k.vck I-!and and
state of Illinois, for cash in "hand. 10 s!:l sat4
Iate.1 at R.ick I-lanU th! :h dnv or Man h,
A.l.JS9tl. T. S. SIL
Shenff of Rock Island conntv. if.lnois.
Py virtue of an exerolKm and f.e Mil No. 6i4,
bi-ued oit of the clerk's office of the cirenit
court of Hot k Island conntv. and state of Illinois,
and to me directed, w herebv I am commanded to
make the amount of a certain Judgment r- crntly
obtained against I oais Bend- r in favor of John
PeeLr for nse of Qeoree Waimer. out of the lands.
t netnenu, coods and cbatiels of tbe said defend
ant, Lonis Bender, I h.ve levied npon the fol
loaing property. u wit :
Tbe east obe-half (,)of the norihwrst quarter
(V. of section thinv-rn, ,:i, m township nine
teen, 19, north of range two ea-l of the fourth
(tth) principal meridian, in the county of Rock
Island and .tate of Illinois.
Thereiore. according to said command. I shall
expose for sale, at pnb ic anction, ail the ri.-ht,
title and interest of tiie above named Lonta
Bender in and to the above described property, on
Monday the 21st day of April, 1), at 2 o'clock
p. m. at tbe north door of tbe Conrt hoose in the
city of Rock Island, in the county of Rock I-land
and ai ate of Illinois, for cah io hand, to satis tv
aid execntion and fee bill.
Irated at Rock Island, this e7 h dav of March
A. 1 ljsai. T. !. S1LVIS.
Sheriff of Rock Island county. Illinois.
StK of Real Estate
TO PAV DEBTS.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I
Roci Island Cor jrTT, (
In tbe Conaty Cotrt to the April term. lsa).
Adair Pleasants. Administrator de bouis Bon of the
estate of Marfraret Donahue, deceased, re Ke1
mond Donahue and Julia Donahue -Sale of Real
K state to pay debts.
Affidavit having been file! by tbe petitioner
Adair Pleasants, that said defendant. Redmond
iK.nahne. resides out of this state, notice is there
fore hereby aiven to said R-dmond Donahue that
said Adair Pleasants bas filed hia petition in said
conrt praying for an order to sell the following
described rel estate alt nate in said connty. to wit '
Lota twelve (li; and thirteen t) in Dickson A
Tonbg's addition :o the town of Milan, to pay the
debts and claims against said estate and that "sum
mons In aaid ca ise has been issued returnable to
the next term of aaid conrt to be huloen in said citv
of RocklslandontiiefirstMondayof April, lrW) "
Now, unless you the aaid Redmond Donahue
shall appear before said court on the first day of
the May term thereof to be nold-n on tbe Erst
Monday of May. 1890, aod t Itad, answer or demur
tothe raid petition the same and the allegations
therein will betaken aa confessed by you and an
order entered In accordar.ee wiiL the prayer of
aid petition. K. A DONALDSON.
t ut, , . Clerk of the aaid Court.
Rock Island. 111., March 8. lro.
Estate of James McKeever. deceased
The nderslgned, having been appointed e
ecntrtxot tbe last will and testament of James
McKeever, late of the county of Rock Island, state
of ' Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that she
will appear before the county court of Rock Isl
and county, at the office of the clerk of said
court, in the eityof Kock Island, at tbe Jane
term, on tbe Kim Monday in June next, at
which time all persons having claims against
aaid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for tbe purpose or having the aaaae ad a sl
ed. All persona Indebted to said estate are re-
3 nested to make immediate payment to tbe un
ers lamed .
Dated thi 130th day of March, A. P., 1M0
ANM Mf KEKYEtt. Kxecntrix.
Notice is hereby given, that the undersigned
has been appointed assignee of Abram Loeb. and
sailY?? , din 'n' cllm or -ltma against
.iT- . i . ""J woiineo to present
the same to him under oath or affirmation within
nvra una aaie, wnetner said c a ma
are dn. or nt. a Ii i.i..,..I . : . "
- uucuiea io saia as-
abfDor are requested to make prompt payment of
Dated March J4th. 1890.
HSNhV P. HILL, AMlgnoe.
Pnnch, Brothers. Poach; Punch with Care
C0E. WASH. Sd ATE. B.
From V Tear' experience In Hoe
pital and Private practice is enabtev.
to gsarantee radical cores in Chronic:
or po sonons aiseases or tne blood,
throat, Do-e. skin, kidneys, bladdei
and kindred orgam. Grave I and slric
tore cared witnont pain or cutting.
Those who coetec plate going tol
Hot Springs for the treatment of any
private or blood diseases can be cure
tor one-tniro. tne cost.
I AniCCBr this treatment
unL,u-' lovely complexion, free
from seTlowness, freckles, ernptions.
etc- brilliant ei es and perfect health
can be had. IVThal 'tired feeW
tng" and all feaaais weakness prompt
ly cured. Bloating, headachea. Ner
vous Prostration, and Sleenlessnesa.
Ovarian tronbles, Infiammation and ulceration.
Falling ane' displacements, bpinsl weakness and
t hange of Life. Consult the old doctor.
NERVOUS nrk'1 Dd Organic weak
. , ' Be premature decay, evil
forebodings, self-distrast, impaired memory, pal
pitation of the heart, plmpfls on the face, specks
before the KIK, ricgin in the tar. ca-anh.
threatened consnmption and every disqualifica
tion that renders marriage improper and unhappy
PPKBDILY and PERMANENTLY corea.
BLOOD AND SKIN E5Etl
horrible hi its result completely eradicated
without the ase of sercary. Scrofula. Eryslpe
ls Fever So es. Blotches. PiapVs. l lcers. pain
In the Head and Bones, t-yphillic sore Throat aod
Tongue, Glandular enlargement of the Neck,
Rheumatism, etc., cured when others hare failed.
RUPTNRF Core1 pain or htnd
llur 1 unL r.nee from bnsine-e,
URINARY rWRecently contracted or
vimami I . ebronie diseases POSITIVELY
enred in S to H days by a local remedy. So nau
seous drags need. Medicines mailed or express
ed to any address free from observation. Char
ges fair. Terms Cah. Book and question list
15c. A fritndly talk costs nothing.
HOURS: 10 a. m. to U m.. to S and T to 8 p.m.
Sunday : top. m.
vTash.AT.9. MIHIEAPOLtl. MIHH
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past two months he has s iccesful'y
o f ' ANI".
of the ino.t severe chsracter. Behiw he glvthe
nmes of a few that he ha socee-.fully treated,
who are well kiown, that live tn Davenport and
J. H. Harrison. Fock Island county, Mrs. A. J.
Mron. heart disease.
Mis Anna Davis, F. A Steam. sccifBla.
Charle tVordon. Urnry Vi'ineberg. rhema.ism.
Mrs. Anna Welsh, neuraU-la
Mrs. L. A. Cowen. Gen Brvant, E. L. Smith.
Jennie Wayberry, Mary r-hcrbine, A. B. Thorn p
.vn. female diaae.
Thce are a few of the manv cae he ha nr
cerfitl!y treated, tut they are nvoRk-h a slmw
what can be divne by one who thoiouhly unuer-siatii-
( v"Los f Mnbl. eminl W'eakne. ard
Errors vt V.M.th. jj.ttve'y and (ermaiienti;
JCes succes-fully treated by mre.p.
detire. Corresnden'e accomivai led by 4c
in s lamps promptly answered
Office Mculkmph's New flock.
V. Thir.l Strex-t, near Main,
Dr. iKN Dyk'S
IF NOT, TRY IT.
flARTZ t BABXSLN, Wholesale Mts.
HARTZ d, BAHNSEN.
WhoIeeaUj Asrenta. H.x-k Ilard.
LOTOS FAGE POWDER
raining their eompiezion should secure a
SAMPLE BOX Cr?ATIS
or the latest Imported and unanimously aeknowt
sde4 as tne best
Oaaranteed to perfectly harmless. ImperrepU
ipSii?".'' 'or kala everywhere.
. e-w. jvHf your
onituist lor it or wrue lor postpaid asm pie nor to
J. f . LLOYD & CO., Sole Importers
T sylilwvww Wteet. ( HICAsX.
LOTOS FACE POWDER
Foh,8al Bt the Follow Ufa Dblootbt
Harts k Binns!!,
tail Frsjik Nailler
LOUIS K. GILLSON & CO
iMXnWEnty syTOTK. Ho newt
B I I
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
I II - r-rTf! if
Sal f O iTtV ID I 5
9 ie ! fi
No. 326 Brady Street, Davenport,
HAS A CHOKE SELECTION OF
Goods delivered to all parts of th three cities free of cW?.
K. C. HOPPE,
No. 1808 Second avenue.
lias opened hia New and Spcions
No. 1C20 to 1C2G Third avenn-,
where he would tx? pleaded to see his friends.
All kind, of drinks as well a. A m and Torter m1il..,i!kMw. 4:-k- ii.ii...., ..
oniy plare tn the city wbe e jnu can tet it. Koaet
Trof rielor of Dra.Iy Street
A!! kin 1- of t l T r'LOA'Blt'i cor.stahflv on hand.
.ltFEMHl'SFr FL WEU sTvhC
One Dim k North of tVntral I.rk. 4s' BhwIt rltreet-
The lanrest In Iowa. DATESPuBT. IOW1.
F. W. HERLITZKAi
No. S-JOTwrntit-th JStrt-et. t;xt lo
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Va.lein the ltct t. A-. re;irint: done with neatness and dl-uh.
J. T. D I XON,
And "Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Brick and Stone Mason.
Resi.lr-ncr 819 Twenty first St., Yarl near St. Paul depoi.-
tT E-t ma-e fornihe.l f r -II rla-v ,.f hrlck or t.me w rk I aving of brick and ti e walks
a stKC:alt-. Adores-Postufflce Box !?. Kock Island, lil.
I will remove my Shop to
No. 1619 Second are., week
ending April 12th.
A. BLACKHALL, Shoemaker.
S. E. CLOUGH,
The best or eveTrthlnjr alwiys on Land at tha
most reasonable price.
WHITE 0E BLACK HEARSE.
180S Second Ave., Rock Island.
F. CLOCGH, Manager.
HAS PURCHASED THE
and baa removed to
Third Are., and Tenth St,
IT"LTeaolicl the trade long fn joyed
by Lii prcdeceeaor and aa many new
cuslomera ar wUh to ravor him with
tnsy-tM forral aa
it s at Saul. P
f.rwmAT AjBi:o Buamatr (1 enraosi
DAVIS & CO.,
Steam Fitters. -
A Complete stock of
Pipf, Brass Goods, Packing,
Hose, Fire Brick, Etc
Sole Agents foe
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We guarantee every rsre perfect, and win seed Cep,
Twenty day's trial, to repontib!e parries
Safety nesting Boilers and Contractors f-,i
farDtsbin and lajine Water, bd
1712 Fibst Are ,
Reck Island. Illinois.
Telephone 118. Residetce 1 elet bone K.
Rock IpLakd, III
l'.eef Lc nee every flay from 10 Io it.
Conrad St-hnt idtr'a pn-cery. Il.k Ia!ni
F. II. MiLl-EH. Prest.
8. F. !Situ, Vioe-Ire-t.
11 H. HtW.ivry
J. H. Fit'a, Trvsu.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BCILDDSti,
DAVENTOET, - , . IOWA.
... .T Proffct-,o a tit I'urvlaM. thieve
fnJBr' '' iU lire and llurrUr lr.
aultj and fNtfe-i. U now i-parea t,
i(e In It Vaults, with either combination ,x
key j, ks. Th kcks of tlrese? aaJearVai:
different, and umlr the oontml of the rent
ht h safe omtaiua a Un box In which to oU.-e
valiwhlrj-jut such a.mm.idAUoti4 as ari
wntexl AdmlniNtratnrs, Kaeetitors. tiar.l-
Fanner, Mechanics, Travellug MrnTo
Stnansvri, havta valuables. iYirttsTtTtlrlnr
rii lor the v.amnuiu. ol paper! eu
sales In all sues, rauctiis In.jwVaiiMuii
Iruin lliree lajJUrs up Io Tlarty iKrZ
e" " ... win ur iruuas. tl ,m
ar (roine to tmvel, this is the only niac of ab
oluus snfety In the three cities foe Tsur silver
and other ValuaUe. t'lixrvrs reuinablA
M. J. ROHLF3, Clofodisa.
The first coal shipped into this market
from Mercer county waa from the mines
of R B. Eliia in the fall of 1876. and
hence given the name it still bears. It is
well known to be tbe beat sold in tbe
market, and other merchants have adop
ted the aame name and offering an in
ferior article for the genuine. Don't be
deceived, bat buy the genuine celebrated
Meroer county ctvai f x. H Eili. on
Second avenue, oppoaiu 8t. Josrpb's
church. The office baa not been remove.!,
but is there still, and is the ooly place In
the market selling the) old and genuine
article. Telephone 1038.
Ws tJn4 MMI..II
Aff sT ki A iw m TL - - - - -
VSssnsi,! J DtjJV JT d
era, on rid CASH order during: our 30
OAV8 SPECIAL PRICE CALC.
Froaxptlj aastiieaUT ezecated by tha 4aoa Jo
OecJal atteatioa paid to Causiclal work