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VOTES OF THE STUDENTS, j
Thi Ifccent Decision of the Supreme
Court in the Matter.
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ly ArlVeted-raiiteaiptlble W"!
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' For some yers past there ba been
I coosidr-rsble uncertainty as to the right
to rote in Rock Island of the students at
I tending Augustsnn College It was
j desirable that the question should be set-
tied. After the mayoralty contest be
J twren Hs and MtConocuie, the cbair
j man of the democratic city committee,
V Jmes CaTanaugb. instituted proceed
, logs in the county court for the purpose
' of having the question settled. The at
torneys in the case were Judge Wilkinson
nd Win. McEnlry. When the matter
come up before Judge Adams a motion to
quash the writ was entered by opposing
counsel on the ground that the county
court had no jurisdiction, and that tbe
case should have been brought in tbe pro
bate court. As is known. Judge Adams
presides in both courts. Upon argument
of the motion the complainant was con-
suiter), without prejudice, and bis coun
sel contended that the judge should
thereupon transfer the esse from tho
) docket of the county court to thtt of the
probate court so that it might then be
tried upon its me: its. This tbe judge
held that be had no power to do and to
tent the validity of this decision the niat
1 ter was appealed to tbe "Dprtoie court,
i which tribunal has decided that the prl-
tlon taken by Jude Adair.. wa correct
that be himself could nt transfer the
case from one court to the other, that
being solely the ribt of the com Uir.snt.
Tbe decision in rn w iy alTei t"d the
lsue whether tbe cilVce studeuls were
Iiial.'y q -.aiitted voters or not The
Whole question remains where it formerly
stood. No rights have been touched one
way or another.
Io Its last two issues the L'nion bas
been making Itself ridiculous as usual
concerning this nihtter. It is not only
ridiculous, but Its unfairness, ignorance
and general S'.upidity txeeed all former
displays of that character. It says the
case wits an outraue; that the students
were falsely charged with illegal volioc;
that they were prevented from goinc
awty on varation or elsewhere, and thv.
many of th"-m bad to come back at treat
expense and inconvenience. Of all this
or course there is not one word of truth.
The Union works itself into a sickly,
maudlin sentiment, backed by a plentiful
supply of lies of its own making, and all
for tbe purpose of currying favor with
the students of the college. Tbe nau
seous gush would have been bad enoutrh
had It told tbe truth concerning the farts,
but tbe truth was not to be expected
from that source. And when with its
lying stupidity it calls the matter an out
rage it thereby casts upon Judge Wilkin
son and bis associate tbe severest odium.
It cannot say that their part in tbe trans
action would be within the province of an
attorney, for reputable attorneys do not
appear as advocates for an outrage.
it may be their duty to defend
a man Charged with murder, even when
the case seems as clear as the noon-day
sun, because tbe best of human judgment
is liable to err. and because tbe law
grants bim the right of defence by coun
sel, but attorneys of character do not
lend their services to sustain an outrage.
and Judge Yt ilkinaon's character or Mc-
alrja character cannut be injured by
anything the Lnion mavsay against them.
Tbe Unun says tbe matter trose because
tlie students were republicans. Surely
Judge Wilkinson, counsel in tbe case, is
as strong a republican as any of tbe stu
daots or even the judge's accuser.
The students asked after service of the
summons If they would be obliged to
came back from their homes or vacation
iw ucuu io me matter ana tncy were
told that they would not. None of them
came back; none of them was put to any
expense in the matter and none of them
Injured except to be lied about by tbe
Union. They must have been as anxious
to have the question settled as anyone
else, so that their votes could be accepted
without tbe least suspicion attached as to
their legality. But as it is nothing is set-,
lied. The case has not been tried. A
point of legal procedure was referred to
the supreme court and that point only
nas been settled.
Listen to this bit of brazon, silly, sick
ly, impudent lying from the demented
sheet when it says "tbe republican party
stood by the AuguUana college students
in the flht for their rights and won
U for them."
Could begging, fawning putridity, go
further thau that?
There wan a routoftiee Content at ew
Wlndaor, and the Itepnbliean on
(rrMBta Knitorsied I be Least I'o po
lar. Jltor Am.u..
timw YYjkimok, Merrer county, Ort.
31. We have a few bones to pick with
CoDgressaian Gest down this way, and
we wrtl not be slow to do so in manner
that will hardly be appreciated by Mr. Oest,
but he will have to accept It. and that
settles it. There was a time within the
past two years when be told the people
ol tlila town to ffi to a warmer clime than
this, and we propose on Tuesday ant to
return the compliment. As in every
other place in the district where there
was a poslufflce appointment in dispute.
New Windsor had its opposing candi
dates. They were John Petersen, a
Swedish cripuln ami a poor man, and a
man named Brown, well-to do, who
wanted cfllcs only to be.it Petersen who
needed it. Now what did Oest
do? In the first place, instead
of appointing Petetsen be told each
applicant to get up a petition and
the one receiving the largest number of
endorsements he would favor. Both
men went out to count their friends.
Petersen found 235 who cheerfu It en
dorsed hlspetiiion.while Brown found him
self limited to 30. Oest got the petitions
and what did be doT Did he carry
out bis promise and appoint the one with
the largest number of nameaT Did he
appoint Peterson who bad 203 more than
Brown? hot much. lie put in the other
man and that is the reason we have a
bone to pick with him. Not because he
appointed Brown do wo say this, but
because he ignored the poor Swedish
citizen Petersen and at the same time
Ignored the popular will of the citizens
of this place. He insulted our peopls by
disregarding tbe will of the majority in
this Instance, but be will not be able to
repeat bis insult the next time he bear
. from the majority of tbe people of New
Windsor. C. J.
Tbe high price or ice provokes so many
jokes that you will Dad an ice wag-on
Bear y every paper. .
why is it thus?
Cieai'a Record stapled wit a Hie Hapea
One of the wont things for which Mr.
Oest has to render an account it the way
in which he hat treated tbe workingmen.
He bad promised them aid Mid he
would attend to tbe back pay bill, and
give his attention to the eight hoar law
and In other ways look after their inter
ests. But instead he went to Washing
ton with a lie on his lips. His back he
t urned upon these tame men, ignored
their claims and as good as forgot them.
He added Insult to injury by cuddling
t lmaelfupin bis seat while the little
legislation that had been accomplished
tending to the workman' benefit was
being torn to pieces and cast to the
winds. Before his eyes were the labor
log men robbed and be uttered not a
sound. Into -his ears were poured the
arguments of those who wished to see
them bereft of their rights and yet Mr.
Oest was as silent as the tomb. He left
this city proclaiming himself tbe cham
pion of these men and be became their
betraytr. They placed in him a trust
and he proved a traitor. And yet io the
face of all this he comes tuck with leiden
step and averted look and asks, what?
To be forgiven? No. To explain that
he was incapable of competing with sup
erior forces? No. What then? He
asks that they shall smother their indig
nation and send him once more to Wash
ington in order that he may continue his
namby paraby ways and belittle tbe dis
trict in the eyes of the nation. ,
How comes it that the doings of Mr.
Oest In Washington require such an
nmouct of explanation? Why is that at
every tura be must be confronted with
the past Why is it that the minds of
the people will refuse to be comforted?
Why has he been obliged to go from
pltce to place to fare sn enquiring
crwd, mid thete explain end re-exthin
the hand that he had in burdening the
people? Why are so many sophistries
put forth, why so much stretching of the
truth, why so many downright lies, why
evas on, double-deling, subterfuge, all
brought into play for the purpose of
sustaining a four years' record? If this
record was as it should have been need
this man have uttered a word? His rec
ord would have stool the test of severest
fru'.iny. He could have pointed wUh
confidence to the dvrds already dene.
Goldei would hnve been hi silence, and
the tru h would need no a tvocale. In
vestigation would h.ve made Lim stron
ger. But how is it no'v? He and his
friends driven atevery point tooffera freh
explanation. No: having truth
for a bssis tte last explanation is worse
than the first. Theories are numerous,
but they terribly clash. First it is oue
thing, then another. Whether it be tbe
bridge, or the viaduct, or the public
building, or the back-pay bili, or the
eight-hour Uw, or labor legislation, or,
worse thin all. tbe unbearable burdens of
taxation as found in tbe MeKinley bill,
ail are clamoring and indignant witnesses
of a cooJuct t'aat is indefensible.
Send me back, for I want to go, says
this legislative weakling. I have neg
lected your business, I;have had a hand
in your plunder, but I want to go. The
wrong3 are irreparable, bull want to go.
Ask me anything and I will promise.
My record is bad b A I can make amends
I will improve. I see your needs and aid
shall come. I have found within myself
new resources; new ideas spurring m ;on
Higher ra I rising in the nVion's eyes.
You tell me so and I am in your bands
Mould me as you will. Aspirations I
have and I see tbe wav. Only send me
back. Unstinted praise has been show
ered upon me by you, and you. Rink
me once again with the nation's legisla
tors and I will tower to the stars with my
The Funny Kld."
Ezra Kendall and the funny "Pair of
Kids' have been "caught in tbe net" by
Manager Montrose and now that it is a
settled fact that this laughing rage will
visit Rock Island, laughter lovers, those
who enjoy rich, ridiculous noosense and
outlandishly absurd situations and comi
calities will enjoy the pleasant anticipa
tion of a laughing treat between now and
tbe date fixed for tbe entertainment which
la Saturday next, Nov. 8. When a really
good show is announced as coming it is
necessary that everyone should know it,
that they may make their engagements
accordingly and not miss tbe "good
things" in the theatrical line. According
to all reports Ezra Kendall has always
enjoyed a first-class reputation and a
cordial recommendation to the public is
justifiable for if he creates half the fun
that he is credited with being capable of,
there will be enough for all and plenty to
Kone Hill's) Company.
On next Thursday evening Kose Hill's
Folly company is to appear at Hir pet's
theatre. The Boston Globe says of it:
The Howard was packed last night on
the occasion of the first performance of
Kose Hill t English Folly company. The
organization is a strong one, and tbe en
tire programme scored a bit.
31 Robert Mofflt to Samuel Mofflt,
part of nej and swj, nej, 24, 16, 35,
G II Sohobeck et si to 8 N Nyner. lots
1 end 2, block 1. R Walker place. Moline,
Mol.'ne Water Power Co to Trustees
17. In. part nwj. ni 5. 17, In, 86 600.
E W Hurst to E H Guyer. lot I), block
1. and uart of lot 1, blo-ik 4. College
Heights addition to Rock Island, $1,425
The Hon. John P. Emith, of Westmin
ster, Md.. judge of the circuit court of
Carroll Co. Md., says: I have used Sal
vation Oil for rheumatism. Its effects
were prompt and listing.
"I want ally-money," said the wife of a
bowling-saloon keeper, when she sued him
Bard coal Market.1
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
17 25 per ton. screened and delivered.
25s per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand.
E. G. FttAZER.
New fl:)trh; Wra that ft vprv hud man
you just turned away? St. Feter: No;
uis recuni is guou eoougD; out ne a ueen
tbe bead man in a small town all bis life,
and I kjiow there'll be no living with him
The question has been asked. 'In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better thau
any other?" Try them. You will Hod
that they produce a pleamoter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and that tbey not only physic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For' sale at 25 cents per
box by Hartz & Bahnaen, druggists. '
The faster a man runs in debt the less
he is apt to get he.d.
Cable's Pooliiea sat .rac la-norm;
Mr Cable bas never broken his prom
ise. Oest bas not only broken all bis
promises that were worth anything, but
he baa. in addition, worked bard
to misconstrue the truth when
he was not actually lying.
He told Fred Hass that he would intro
duce the viaduct bill and be did not do so
until urged repeatedly and until he final
ly saw there was no way of getting out
of it. He persistently staled that such a
bill could not be passed. He did not
want it to become a law because Cap.
tain Robinson did not wish i . He made
a contemptible mess of the eiaht hour
law and acted in a dastardly way to
ward the workmen. Mr Cable has given
public utterance to his views and sentl
ments in this matter in favor of tbe
workmen. Why is he not to be believed?
Gest bas been trusted and appealed to
but the trust and appeal have both been
ignored. If Oest were not a republican
the people who are now supporting him
would point to bia with scorn. What
ever be miy be in a simple, qui-1 way at
home he is of no earthly use in Wasaing
ton. Speaker Reed sid in Moline that
he had no use for a man who could
spend two years in tUe house and never
be heard. Has Reed not shown bis con
tempi for the rain when he would not
recognize him when Gest wished to make
even a simple mo ion in the house? Vo
republicans think they are honoring them
selves by having such a man in congress?
What kiud of party spirit is it that so
beclouds a man's idt-is? ' If the demo
crats bad such a man t.s a c-indidiie how
the republicans would ploat over his de
feat. How easily they cuuld truthfu ly
pilot his gl'-rlii; e-rors, wf.nt of judg
ment, his puny idi a , ce. lect of duty,
and general Uisrespect a:.d in&tt?niion to
the -vsats of his coL".t;tuerj's H.'W
they would shoal iu trumpet tones
hit. utter fa' uie in a l his undcr'nk:n:;j.
We have permitted iin to to Wash
ton for f jur years, they would say, and
what can he show but general incompe
tency? And in all this they would be
riaht. They know it is true today, but
by some unfortunate circumstance he is
again their cnttuidate, ".tid while tbey
pocket thiir regrets, they nltembt to
show a smiling front,. Ask nny intelli
gent republicnn if lie beii-jvps in Gest,
and bis answer is an evasion of th ques
tion. Tbey know re is the choice of no
one. Everybody kooir? i He should
stay at hr.m?.
A Kay ct H p:
For til who are ht-id by the chains of
scrofuW or other tlisea-e or th .Io.kI
c-in)s from Hood's Saapari?iH. which bv
imparling tae eiemeuis of good ri-aitn
and strength to the v.u! fluid, dissolves
the bonds of disease and sets tbe captive
free. No other remedy in exivt'ince
combines the posi'ive economy, the pe
culiar merit aod the medicinal power of
ADVIt'E TO WOIHEKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying wi:b pin of cutting teeth? if so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Wiasiow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable, li
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. D. pend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake aoout it. It cures ilv?en
tery, (litrrbfxa. regulates vie stomach
and boweis, cures wind colic, softens the
cum?, red'ic-s infitmmition and gives
tone and energy to til's whole svstm.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Stru'p f"r
Cbddren Teething is p.'ant to th
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nurses and
physicians in the Uoiied Sta'es. and is
for sale bv all druggists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
9100 Bewarn $100.
The readers of the A Rous a ill be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only p witive
cure now known to the medical fraternity
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. 1 1 -til's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the itisease. and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have so much
faith in its curative liowers. tlmt thee
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Ciieenkt & Co . Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
After H years experience In teaching Instru
mental Motiic. I will prom toe you more theory with
lew I-mod. for tbe least money of any tencher In
nndaronr scnervipion. civen each Invent! nnnll
T'lu-hrrs will rave munrr to onier their Mumc
Book of a. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet manic to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenne.
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
irr!if re now lo leaca.
Address me at 1406 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MHa. C. A. NKRKKEK.
Promptly and neatly cxecnted by the rsds Jo
Hilal attvlon nM t smmarr.'' ork
-HAl IHVaifTID A-
which tot Its work in a thorough manner.
" - . - ,.K j iuimci mn air sun rrmnves
all oonoxiouasuella. For sale at Kmll Koehler's
ravrt h.rnnnhi. j
Price 50 Cents per Bottle.
A. D, HUESING,
BemefteBlJt UAnv nthi lw.o-tt am -.11
known Pira lnaara&caCotDDaniaa ha following:
Boyal Inaa ranee Company, of England.
Weacheeter Plre Ina. Company of N. Y. .
Buffalo German Ina. Co., Buffalo, K. Y.
Rocheater German Ins Co., Rocbeetcr, W. T.
CltUena Ina Co.. of Pitubnrgn, Pa. .
Ban Fire OrDca. London. v
Union Ina. Co., of California. ' 1
Sorlt, Ina. Co.. Maw Hwan, Conn.
5iwIfJif2? "antca Ina. Co.. Mitwaakee. Wis
Oermaartreiju.Coy.of Peoria, 111,. -
Office) Cor, 18th 8t., and Second Ave.
, , ' ROCK I8LAKD. ILL.
THE ROCK ISLAND
Is the most ancient and most general of an
diseases. Scarcely a family to entirely free
from It, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering- slaves. Hood's Earsaparilla bas
bad remarkable Success In curing every form
of scrofula. The most severe and painful
runniiie sores, swellings In the neck or
goitre, humor in tbe eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
fleets of this medicine. It thoroughly rev
aoves every trace of Imparity from the
blood and builds up the weakened system.
rf.m,r.'t,',.:,,lf0r'S- r",''7So!'7 flnnqrt.t.. fljtixfoTfa. Preparadonr,
by C. I. HOOD A CO, A pothacirlei.Low.il. Maaa. by a L I1O0D CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Maaa.
IOO Doses One Dollar I IOO Doses One Dollar
The Great Americas Chorns.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
i-t the music til over tbe land just now.
' I've cot such an awful cold In my head."
Cure it with E y's Cream Balm or it may
tol in tbe toughest form of catarrh. May
l e you have catarrh now. Nothing is
more nauseous and dreadful. This rem
tdy masters it as no other ever did. Not
s snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
i V lA
Dr. S. E.
(Late or Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
1 n the paaLaix months he haa succeaaf ally
MM) CAM KM
of the most aevere character.
T ieimm-aofaf.-wwhollvc In Davc-nnort an t
vlcimtv. who have been ancceetrully treated are
yiv. n oelow:
Hi r A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson. rbenmailm;
Vl. Lizzie Vane. Mr John Spelker. caiarrh;
Mit Anna Davi-. Mr Woj Sanlse-1, acmfnln; Mm
J a Wiener. Mr F 1. Ma nnhamer. heart dieae;
Mr K W Mimhall, (11 years standing) pile.
Mr 9mnel S wieea, (In "I pile.;
.Mr Man Iv.ty ? " mh-r;
Mi Muy We'Ht. J A Wright, Sarah Munou.
Frnk H:ie.. Win Mctjranaliau, N K Thompson,
1 iee are a very few of the manv te.limonial.
the doctor hais but they are enim-li to enow what
ran he luDe l) one who thoroughly unilerniantls
the 'ne ati'l trea:tuent of ilineaio.
Lo of Mnnnood. Seminal Weakne.. and
Kmirs of Youth, poaitlvely and permanenUy
3T"Pofitivey no case talten that rat.not be
ennd. C'orreapundence accompanied bt 4c ta
stanip promptly annwered '
OI"ce McCnlloagb's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
John Volk & Co.,
House Builders. -
-M annfactnrers of
Sa)h, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
an.l all kinds of wood work for hnlldors.
Eighteenth St., bet mini and Fourth are.,
Paris Exposition ;
S HUM! I'liiZKS-.; (1IILII Hi.'ltALS.
VAMLLA (sante) QUALITY.
ASK FUK YELLOW WRAI'PHB.
FOR SA1.K KVERVWIIEKF..
t RANCH HOUSE. UHION SQUARE, N. Y.
IIS Al LIVES-
By nsln? A. F. Schmiri'a, the pioneer real
Lent Lightning Kod dealer celebrated
which te keep constantly on hand. Any Job, ro
ma ter bow complicated, done In the moat
aclentlnc manner. Competition la
prices and quality dened.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
Mo. 821 Twentieth 8U. Kock laland.
B ABY delivered FREE
j.mnpm, Hieycta, Sttr snd Otrto Tncy
m. im err mw u wholtutt fna set
U O. t. dtiwr frow L U- nymf'.
4tr. SI W. M-dMna SL. Ctltcwa $3 to
ltnvM). tVnd e. (nip rr ntw at
Ion. Th tarnit fnv-r im th wnrM.
I ettelonr yna ran Uld omtnif wits, avn beluc ant
i u Dot obliged buy al bom nd pny dotibb pne ter
ib o-wom cair. W-willrraiwt(iinbntT. rnf
i f ttpbo4nntM rMutrrM. rMl t 1r tam. fetftltha
' vosir frwads wb waoi . l4Tmrmtn Ukm patw.
Attra stive and Promising Investments
TURNER & BOND.
102 Yiashington St., Chicago. III.
CitakltaMlli;.. K'krt.rrl,llll. laak.l.tnur.
We otter for .ale a numlier of aero tract. In
amount fn.ni .'..iju to Mnj.iu) Terma (pnerkllyw
,W"r . balnncH 1. Hand rear.KpareetitlnUre.t.
e al o nave f ur mle wel I located hiuilnew pnw
rtiea, a id other mte Keal Kitau- Investment.
A nun ber of nlrahle Itrat nmrtiniae luaoa for
ale. dn mint a percent aemMnnoal interert.
torre. jon.lenue ihrtltl an ft prontptlr an.wered.
Jaapa ad fuiiatfonnatlon aanton appllcaUoti.
SPECIAL BARCAINS IN ACRES.
VrlM ailvaa fmr Aere.
" VH act a. on Awner Ave., near r:iti Ht . two. '
Ml aora . on ."lnt-t. av ttMlon ":t "'I'm. Cj tlin
10 acre ln Prirvliwi. Suc. V4. .1.4IU
rtih.n at 1Hi(iNin. IT miic. from Court Huoea
at luiM'U mof in, raltr,-!, iV4L .
lOacr .at Pacltk Jumttn,auuO. . . - ; -
64acre .at Hnricui.fcl.tro. '
.'A acre onsupw- lalaad BonJevar yataowtaa
ackann Park. :,1XU.
ja) arr. . In JpffrMllf. SftVt.
B aera .ta Ckwru, on ileU B.
1 . - a' H
"My little daughter's life was saved, as
we believe, by Hood's Barsanarliia. Bete
she was six months old she bad T running
scrofula sores. One physician advised tha
amputation of one of her flngrrs, to which
we refused assent When we began gtrtrg
her Hood's aWsaparilla, a marked Improve
ment was notterd and by a continued ose of It
her recover' was complete. And she Is now,
being seven years 1J, strong and healthy."
B. a Jon ks, Alna, Lincoln County, Me,
n. is. do sura to get Hood's.
THE TRAVELERS' UIDE.
ClilCaOO. H(X'K 1HLAND A PACIFIC HAIL
way Depot corner fifth avenne and Thirty.
8 ft .treet. C. 11 ykelton. agent.
t 0 ara 10 M pm
S:xS pm. lim pm
Council ill a it. A Mtnueao- (
ta Oar Kxpre f
Kaniuu City Day Kxpra.a...
Council bluff. Minneto- I
70 pm 7:0Sam
Council tJlnfT.''OmabaiL, ...I
Limited Ve.tlhule Bx.. f ,,:18 m
10 Sopm 4:4I am
' nolni w.-.L tOoinneant. laily.
BUrtLINGTtlN RolTIK-C B. A i. RA1L
way Depot Piret avenne and Sixteenth .1.,
M J. 1 onng, agent.
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' way Kacine 4 outliweil-rn Divi.ion
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tiv-t.ij.., K. D. W Holmes, asent.
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ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DB.
pot Fir.1 avenue and Twentieth a tree t. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
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Fast Mall Kxpruaa
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4:00 pm. 8:06 am
JJ"ilICK Ol' FIX AL 8 KTTLK M K XT.
E.-ate of Sherman O Eillott. Decra.ed.
Publ t notice i. he-ehy (riven. That the nnder
aiinie.1. A.hiey W, tlllo't. adminl.'rator cum Itt
liimmto anosoot Sherman O. KllUitt, deceaned,
hav ib day filed hia dnal r- port and aett:emrnt
a. .ui h in the county court of lin k Inland count,
and that an otd'-r linbr.'ne teivd by -aid court
apprnvinc the .hid report, nnlee. objection there
to or canne to the contrary be i.bon on or before
thedra d-.y of October A T. 1H90; ar d upon the
final anpr val of .aid ivpnrt the aaid A'hley W.
Killoti will ana to bediaihargrd. Allperaona in
tereted are notified to tteno.
Kock lsiand.lLL, Aturu.t Sni:-, I9pn
ASHLEY W. KLLTOTT.
A' miniitrator eum ttttamtnto anaxo of Sherman
O. Elliott, deceased at pt 1 d-3w .
Ei-t-oe of Rarhara Ri., Dereawd.
The anderlKned. haviug brenappointed Ex
ecutor of the rtaie of Han ara Kl. late
of the comity of Rock Irlatiil. state of Illlnot.
deccnd, hereby Flve notice that be will
appear before the county court of Ruck Inland
county, al theofflreof tbe clerk of Mid roan, in
the city cf Kock Inland, at the November term, on
the Klrnt Monday in November next, at which time
all perMin. having elaima acain.t .aid estate are
notined and renue.u-u to attend for the purpnae of
havinit the.ame adju.u-d. All person, indebted
to said e-tate are reuiieswd to make immediate
payment to the nndrrsitroed.
Oateii this 15th day of September. A. D.. 141.
seplki)3w JtlilN KISS. Execulor.
Estate of I'harle. Dunn, deceased.
The unileraiL'tieil liavunr been ai.i.unte.l irlml.
istratrix of the estate of Charles IHnt.. late
of the county of Rock Island, state ol Illinois, de
ceased, hereby iv. s notice that -he will appear
before the roiinly court of Hock Island county, at
the :Dce or the clerk of aaid coon, m tbe citv o.
Kock I-!. nd, at the November U-rro. on the Urt
Monday In November next, at which time a l
person, htvinz claims avainst said estate are w
lined and requesti-d to attend for tbe purpose of
having the .ante sdiusted. All persons indebted
to.aidestate are reqnested to make immediate
IMymen: to the undersigned.
Dated this lth Hay svptemner. A. I. PS0.
ATHLKINE A. DUNS. Adminiatra:nx.
Estate of Thomas Shea, Derraned.
The undersized having been a pomted exern
or of the last will and testament of Thomas
bhea, lale of the county of hock I-laud, aia
of Illinois, deceased, hereby fftvea notice that be
will aiipear before the ronnty coort of Hock Island
roomy, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
the city of Km-k Island, at the December terra, on
the Drat Monday in . ecember next, atwilca time
all persons liavini; claims against ..id estate are
notitlrd and requested to atteml. lortbe purpose of
havine the same adjn-trd. All persona Indebted
to said estate are requested to make Immediate:
payment to the undereiirned.
uatea idi. 17m day of October. A. D . W
PlERCa' KKANK, Executor.
gPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICK.
Notice I. hereby Riven to all persons Interesird,
that the city council of the city of Rm k Island
bavins; ordered that : There be constructed in said
city an omlcrpround aewer comnienc'iic about
seventy feel west of Eighteenth streeC In the
alley next south of Serimd avenae running thence
west alu tbe renter of said alley io and across
Market square in a aonthwesterlv .llnw-i,...
there connect wnh a public sewer, cave aufilied to
w"Ml? " ui noca i.iana ronniy. in tlie
state or Illinois, for an asnesnmrnt of tbe cost, of
said improvement arronlin? to benefits: and
an assessement thereof bavins been made and
returned It. said court, the final bearing thereon
will be bud at the November term of said court
commencing on the Han day i,f November A. i.
isw). All tiers ns desirin may then and there
appear and make their defense.
la-ed at Rock Inland, Illinois, this Slh day of
October A. D. lWil. '
J. If. JOTINSTON,
J 11. CLKLAND.
"TniT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
f Northern Grand Division
SupKBita Court. ) 0f said Slate.
Krror to Appellate Court of llllnola in and for
tlie Second District.
Annette Uuver. Rxerntrlx of Ihr E.tate of Samnel
e. tiuyer. deceased, Annette tinyer. Kdaard u.
uer and Annette tinyer plaintifl. In emir,
va. John H. Wilson. Iloimes linker-, Oefiree M
. O. Hakes. William T. Rum. Stephen A. Main,
Alexander T. Rent ley, Thomas J. Robinaoa.
Charlea L. Walker. The Rock Island Paper Hm
pany, Philemon i.. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell. Wil
liam a. Ge.t, lmure Hunt and Corbelins
Wbrreas. The aaid Annette Onver execntnx of
the e.ta'eof Samuel S. tinyer. deceased. Annette
Uuyer, Edward H tinyer and Annette (.lit er have
sued out a writof error from said su.renir roiirt u
reverse a judgment obtain d by said John H.
W ilson asninat aaid Aunetui tluyer, executrix
etc.. Annetia Unyer. Kdaard H. Unyer and An
nrite tinver in a cens n case In wh'rb Holmes
Hakes, (turit M. D. Hakes. William T. Kl-irs
btephen A. Hon, Alexander T. K. ntley. Tbimias
.1. Robinaoa, Charie. L. W alker. Tba Rock Inland
Paiicr ompary. Philemon L. Mitchell, Corneilu.
Lynde. Pt.ll Mitchell. William H Oest and Klmore
W. II ii rat are also parties in the aaid Appellate
Conn of Illinois In and for the second dlstrht
which aaid writof error is now penilinr In set. I
Supreme Court; and whereas, a writ of Hcire
Facias has been ouly Ismied herein, returnable on
the first flay of the next M rm of said Supreme
.?art,-'. hu'l" ' "tuwa, in said state, on the
First 1 uesday in March, next, acninlinK to law
and, whereas, also, it appears hy alfldaviton file In
the clerk's office of sa:d Supreme Court that 'he
said Holmes Hakes. George M. D. Ilakos, M iLiam
T. Rllre. Stephen A. Main, Alexamler 1 . Rentier
sn.iiou-renldei.lsnf the sia'eor Illinois, and with
onl the reach of the process f said Supreme court.
Now, therefore. mi. the said Holme. Make
Oeonre U. D. Hake., wil i.m T. Hitr.. ttiephen a'.
Main. AlrxanderT. Bantley. the said defendants
in error, whose non-rrsideuce apiiear. as afore
said are hereby notified to b- and appear before
the Ju.tfies oi aaid Suprem. Coon, at tbe next
tenuofs.til conn to be bolilan at ut la a, in saw
la e.onOieHrtTaeiay in March next, to hear
the record an.l procaedings brought Into aaid
Supreme Court on return ol aaid writ of error and
the errors assigned, if yon shall see at, and further
behalf nJ rrC"VB wn"' court order la Hilt
Dated October Hh, A. TV. Iffln
A. II. TAYLOR. Clerk.
1 11 fWAWHOOD
1?mSLFl? 1Tr"" t(r aail!3:
n aril. j. araC 1L a. MLTTB. ltA a -- iT
TS 0."Venrh MetMdy for Suppression,
and Monthly I cKularltlaa. '
Ladiaa Use Le Due' Perlndteal P1U. of Pan.
Prances (narauWed la accaaaplleH all usi u
clalnwd for the. To be uaea monthly for truablaa
puliar u ion. run al-cUona wiia aaca
. . w vairvaj (josril IClar fa. A aaria
Ptll Co., royalty pn, prletor.. SpeuoiT, Jot.? -KJ
gennlne ptU obtaluof WtoKaxSartl Jll..tn
RoeJjWand, Japp. Vo., Davaaport. asd ofaj
NOVEMBER 3. 1800
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
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Sncce.s8or t A dam son & Uuick.
Tin i nrntn i t
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Shop Nintrxnth St., Wt.
General .Jotibina; :ind Repairing j.romptly doti.
J8econd Hand Mafhinery bouphL, fold and leaired-
C H OPPR
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House and Sign Painter.
Fira!-c!aatiral0lo;ati'! Paper flsncin J.
P. O. B.n 672.
Frr La.lic.'Fine Shoes in all the new stjlea and pstl;ro.
For I.sylir." Fine Part; Slippers In new an J catchy sba4cs.
FitT M-n' Patent Leaiher. Cordovan ami French Calf In new fall st)lrs.
STABY, BERGER & SNELL,
Second ami Unrrison S i
VL E. MURRHSr,
Choice Family Grocerios
Cr. Third arenoe and Twenty-Brat St., R.;k I.lanJ.
A flrsKlass stork of Qrocerlea that will e sold at toweat flrttf pticaa. A abara of public
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2G0 Fifth Arnuc. HOCK ISLNI
v New atoie, new atix-k. the best .1 al the lowest prirea. A snare of Datronare solicttrl.
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket BrokT" str)
Rkdtjokd Ratka to all Points.
OFFIfK In Adams Expresa Office under
OLE aOKMT FvlH
Tba rope fr Co.'a Uicyrle. Ladles aid
CblUlreu'. Hicclea aapecialt) .
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eyp Glasses.
H ard 1 Maiden Lane. H. V. tlranrb: M.ifin.
Tod. KoraaJcbyT 11. Tbomaa, lrov Kim k
laland. 1IL eep. H-dHa
ND PLACE LIKE HOME
At no thmm 4 tb yxr An wm rwllta M mn foPy
thuvn rlanntr IbsstHoaiB atxJ tmt-f ii-ntU-. 1
ntuMslJ mtWrnv vnr U mntLm b- Ktlrm iiw fPriliH
utytTis. KtMl Uwtpr ImwmI wav o dn(hi If mtratM
tD UM fWBilj I ftr Ih- kwmI t-aafl iaI .4 n1ltxtv
tsoo. Art. lrvtur-MMl Munr. putinvriy Ui Mil r.
OmiH tbbM juda t tiAMemd mmy-fd p,mA km
KmLwi Krwgrr. FWtirr. New tl,tlal4
vffl W ffninxf ft nlnF and witttjj iij"l' t-V mf
lwr lhiit Hi trm mntrr.
Otr prtsn-aa at- ttr I tmm fwym-VI wih QJulftya
mmi It Amnmd w tiU mil m tm nu.nyi plan.
rUaU t M.r Ma.
Baad sVa Bt a4
Call e aiaa Sue cuewlar iwl.miaa
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m. vj sn... a uii.. a rrwiba n.
. asaaa aaraaaa'aujaa.
ra asA Mai auasaa, taiyaaa.
(.. Iw, mas
They hare gol It.
It will make yoor borne happy.
It will not gu or smoke.
It lias Urge tth pan.
It Las heavy steel bo 'J.
It keeps Ore all night.
IT IS THIS
the grandest production of modern times.
We lorite you to rail and examine our
immense line of Riverside Stoves and Ringe.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
A3ID DfcaLKB IK
Wrought aud Cast Iron aiid Lr-ai Pip
Hose, Packing, Bewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fix tart s.
fWIVfrt work M fair prires. K;timaU.a furnisbeJ.
Om.-e and shop 219 IStb St. Teh phone 1 12.
Rock Island, 111.
Sock Island, 111.
Flret and Sfcoitd ivenu,
rnm? m a Tint)
- rticKiwfcn ma
:;- No. 1S03 Second avmnf.
jjj Kook Island, III.
9hnp rouna Ave. art. 1st as J tS4 Sis.
Sisrcessnra to G. M. Srhnii.lt, ltrnport.
PeaU - r In
J. M. BUFORD.
A rtn a Trass trVa. - ,
LOSSES PROSTLY PAID.
4L7, Cat, r Ft H
Allays Pain aol
Heals the Sorrs.
try TriE cr reKAY-FC VCR
Ailriet. Kp;4 ed in: earn a-atrU aad s
arrreatae. rrv. Xcnt tl urimsa; kv at a. I
rcr.tvel.ee,-a. LY B fifll kHi. V ar
rva street Hw .oik.
;rB-I.ATlr Rxri51 rELTcwaUaalf
. an aaaare lrr Maaaa a traod nml
f.sj jeara.aad aavoneeaa pal Haa. friaa Mas. a
w aaatpe aad fall narticalan,
ELaane Ruoerna Csk.
m and 41 Waat fsfoadwar. Vmm Teaa.
Xsooaj A(tBU WaaUd.
iDflammataon. l7Mvrrvrf'?i 2 fc
Bed Room Bets.
Carpets. Curtahn. v
AUK NOW COMPLETE.
IJX" ill and are our line.
No. 103, 103 an l 107 East Sroii 1 Si.t
r. .i -
J. B. ZIMMER,
1IIK WfcLL KNOWN
M ERGHANT TAILOR,
Has jo re:uTrl tt-m K irft-i ! wil lu .Vli. L it- i. t
i . u-t it l.u-.rx . in
.vTi: I'.IxHK. II-..-1 1 K IIaII'sU IloraK.
FALL, AND VJNTER SUITINGS
t. t-l ! L.e . a rrw-iej.
J. T. DIXON.
And Dealer in Mens Fine 'toIcns.
1706 Secozd A.t:.i:e.
C J. V. SCnRKINKI.,
-Contractor unci Huihl-r-
Plats. ae4 ?riV; .f""-J" J r'W -or. A .4 WUWft t.-n U
stdr .i l-i U.i4.. mmmmtU.us Wrl.Hi M4 a.. r.t..
K(XK INLAND. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and .Builder.
Oflre and 81iop Corner Jx.Tcotrti,,i Ft r-y t T 1 J
and HeTetiUi Arnuc . ' IVOCK Islanu.
HT-AU atrsla of AitlMt -, . . -ty r:, .,1 .et-aate. fat aU kda mt K Jifl
rarr-a aa at4atjaai
tKarrreaor to f k as. We A s.!c.r)
Contractor and Builder.
8Lop TLird atun-, btwn lOih anl 11th trt,
tFp.J Fa-Vs 4J f ubA )
aTAlJ kinrls cf C.r,W ..ik an1 rrt a.rnj t3u. Hstfartinsi nja-at''
Una f.f-tei! bia Nrar uimI ifsarioaM
No. 1C20 to IC2C Third rnw,
here be would t- I'WvJ f ar L-a fri.n l.
f.laatbrrlt.ilsaaacaar4 It. k...
Steam Cracker Bakery,
K ACf ACTT OF CK&CKIM ARB MtcVIT.
Atk yvur Ororrr lr tram. TWy ar tat.
-aireJalJ.; Ta. Can. -TaTI 2'mIU. rhrlatr "WAriA"
ROCC L-LAXD. ILL.
I. W. HERLITZKA.
Nt. S29 Tarentirfk Klrtet, Mlt in Coarad rVLaekWs rrra-vt?. R.k l.'tal.
lor fla Dtiiag;
BOOTS ANT) SHOES,
Madelatne laaavaatvla. Alna trM wnM a.m mi aad ISyavm.
Practical Tile aad Brici M Layer.
Raatdeacai tit TweaHj-Cral Su Yard aaar Be Pal DraaH,
Kock I a! aad. LL
fmraWaad fae at? SaaTTttoavBrVrkkatM
anil in nraaa a apaun".
DAVIS & co;
A eeaapVte . .
Pip, Brass Goods. Pa kit j;
Hose, Fir Urit k, Ktr
se kfi f
OEAN STEAM PUVPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUERICA10KS
We fvr.B' rseev sve vwf.t. ,
T'ea'r it) m trial. u r.t..s . , , .
Safely llrtitf Ii. il.Ta nJ ( .." . I.
furauliio atJ la Itit aVr. at.1
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COMPLKTE IX -ILL
rw CataWtkra Ai.!rt a
T. C. DUNCAN.
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