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THE ROCK ISLAND AUGU8. THURSDAY, yOVEitBElt 0 le0-
A Great Day at Cllee
lantallatlow ana Uml.
Today ii a festival occasion at Augus
tana collf ge, imposing exerci being in
progress in honor of tbe reformation
festival. This morning at 10 o'clock tbe
two new theological profetsors, N. For
sander and C. E. Lindberjr were formally
This afternoon in the college chapel
the grand reformation festival opened.
K-v. L. A Johnston, of Rockford; C. J.
Petri, of Minneapolis C. J. E. Hoterias,
of Galesburg, and J. E. Erlander, of
Uowrie, Iowa, made short addresses tn
Swedish and English. Vocal and Instru
mental music wss furoishcd.
This evening at 7:30 Prof. Stolpe, as
sisted by the conservatory.willgivea con
cert in the college chapel. Following is
i vitult nn Lnthtr'a rliorala ll-Ml for or
I'mf. A. Holtnc.
. Arls from "Krinc l Si.be" Gonnod
Mi.. AmT tiller.
8. Two Romanes, by n'srlsmow. rsntssle for
4 "O. 'Ti not Always sunimertiine," Lads
C.Wiwrvmnry Lail vindi-in
5. "Ovsr Ihr for.! Om lh-Sva."liill for Or-
Kn. lNinn and Vtolm fetolpe
Mcm'i Holm., l'eti-rioii .mil I'nmposer.
tjntntrt for Piano. X VioilHa, Viola nd Vio-
Mts.ra. btulpo, IVlerww, Wilson, Fr. Pctrrsun
7. '-La !era." Tsr-ettiim f. r Two iloursnoa end
on Alio I.nciMonl
Mist. Amy Ha,-v, Linnt-a IV'.vrsuD and Help's
8. liil-cdnrtlon and Yarianatis Over a Theme by
Doulzelts fur Hl.tno Tha. boric
Dr. t; smlpe
"l'pvCiud lloppn lug " t'avatine . ,.9tolpc
Mi" Ami liner.
10 "Sa Priwm tu Hi-rrrn!" (horn. Slolpe
i. oii-ervsiorr t tmir ni'n nran.
Tonight Rose li'll's Comedy company
appears at lurpei a theatre. Tbe Wash
ington (D. C.) Pitt savs:
Tbe Kose Hill Eccli.h Folly company,
urjner mi mnnHgemnt ot Kice & Br
ton, is first cUss "Ii'a a good show,'
"Hrst-clss entertainment." were txpres
sions henrd in trie aiitlitnrinm f tT.
nan's theatre last niyht. and it really wss
tbe cue The combination lias evidently
been si-Iecrtrl with orpt mm en,1 r,A-
ticular atiettinn piii to having each
n-riuruirr muiviutisiiy a,non in ineir sev
era! pris, the whole forming an assent
ble bard to beat. Tbe operatic bois
le-que, "randan levels, or Cupid's Ca
Drs." brought fnrlh rnnnila nf .nnl.n
Tbe voices of tee young lady artists are
superior, aiyl their rendition of taking
ssoes wore vrry successful. Marie Ro
steile whs r-caMid sgtin and ga:n, and
rendered tbe tellintr rmmu "Jn.t r it-
tie," in such an enchanting manner that
me atiaience was loath to have her cease
sinking. i tie ecialties wre sll good.
arm were encorea as they well desetved
THK ' KIS" RESTAURANT SCENE.
All such excruciatingly funny odds and
ends as "chloroforming tbe cheese,
nailing tbe cheese to tbe table, cuttin
tbe beefsteak with tbe shears, wearin?
four hais at a time and ten trying to
nsng tiiem on the trick bat rack, ffettinc
mixed up with tbe comical speaking
tuue, taking a Hying headforemost leap
over tbe dumb waiter. cuttine off a man
chin whiskers and keeping them until be
pays for bis meal, falling "Into the soud
in tbe kitchen, getting huntf in the dumh
waiter, pursued by a policeman, waiting
on laoie in a manner that mixes himself
everyone and evirytbing else and then
giving a most comical burlesque game
base ball are a ftw of the ridiculously
runny things indu'ged in by that comical
genius tzra Kendall in tbe first act
bis pantomime farce "A Pair of Kids,1
performance, of which takea r,Un
narper g Theater, R-k Island, on Satur
day nigbl. Keserved seats Lave hp
placed on sale, and everv indication
points to one of the lrgest and most re-
nnea audiences of tbe season.
The Siuart Dramatic Company pro
i ue iron aiaster - at the opera
Kn in a maiterl) style. M
Dab Stuart and Mr. KH.in ,
respective Darts of f:lir ..a n-t..i
were fully eMual to the demand of their
. v.ca. , ue Pupporung company is strone.
ana materially aRsiMed in a production
w w.soneor me best of the season
It was not onlv trnnA , :
cons derert. but it was good without any
com (deration. Xo one need be disap-
- .u .Uj , lue periormanars
this company. Qjincv Dailu Herald
The above excellent company will com
mence a week cngaccment Nov. 10
Harper's theatre. Admiasion onlv 10
and 30 cents. Reserved se its at Harper
Nov 1-Jacob Schafer to Hiram Dar
The People's Lij;bl and Fuel Manu
unng co to Charles 11. nre. part
.;.I.r.D,I7'1. 8' lw- Manufwturers
, wo"ne Power
John Uir kaon et al by master to C F
Lynde nei 2. 17. 2w. 6
U. kf Hansen to N Peters, part of lot 5.
0. 17, 4, assessor s plat 1HC1, $ 1 3(jo
of lot 8. block 4, Pitt. Gilbert & Pitta'
second addition to Moline $1
KiAnW'rif,rrt'lG 11 To'line, n 7.
m'TL ;,"drcw Fritr ddiUrm to
Sloiine, f 12.i.
Augnstine Coryn to C L and E Corn.
Ptilt ,l,,ck3, jhn Hill's addi
Hon to Moline, f 500.
J qA u "idn, l HpnrT f'urli' Prt '
2M U',n to li"Pk l9land-
lotS's MCVLn ' r'tri"k "rennan.
f Tr."LkK? V,eT to CU"lrt c'". Prt
? M r .,k.10, W"'-third addition
to Moline. 1,5N).
n M Brack to Henry Deeville, lti i .nd
1, Uakwood addition to Moline-
57? ",Guycr IWcu. Polity, pt of
nw . 6. 17. 2w, ?275. ' V
J O Parmenter to W J McEntire. loti.
block 4, " ill.ge of Reynolds $1 600.
8 -Estate of Charles Dunn-Proof of
posting and publication filed; claim of
-terStelk, 206.10 a,Ioed in seventh
Estate of fi.rab J Slater-Invsntory
filed and approved; claims allowed.
01 Msr F Taylor-Will ad
mitted to probate; letters testamentary
lasued to W W Warner; individual bond
Died and approved; inventory filed and
mitted to probate; letters testamentary
Usued to Hugh Walker; bond waWed b,
Estate of Rebecca Lawrence. Relin
quishment of right to administrator filed
by next of kin; letters of administration
ct. a issued to C. B . Klnyon; bond filed
Ths Great Kajinty
Of cases of scrofula and other blood dia
- easei i aie hereditary, and therefore, diffl
t '2 But we wiBt t" state in the
L-K m enjPhtlc manner that
very form. The most severe cases too
ImT merti desf' Plion-bave yielded to
this medicine when all others failed. If
joa suffer from impure blood in any way
, take Hood s Sarsaparilla.
Be candid, doctor." aaid the patient,
when found with a bottle of Dr! Ball's
cough syrup. "You know tt is a good
ne.mediciad" the M. D. left in disgust
Aw Tplsod 1m th Earopeaua Toar of u
Col. Jamea Pepper, ot Peurjer whiskr
fame, who haa been on a wedding txrar
in Europe, haa sailed with his wife on
the Servia for New York, followed by
the blessings of many American visitor
to London who have stopped at the Hotel
Metropole. The employes of this estab
lishment have never been noted for
courtesy to American guests, and this
baa been the case during the present sea
son particularly, as the great influx of
transatlantic travelers baa made the
hotels feel independent. It was reserved
for Col. Pepper, however, to introduce
The colonel and his wife came home
from the theatre one night, and Mrs.
Pepper at once got into an elevator,
while her husband stepped np to the
desk for his key. The night clerk, a par
ticularly haughty and pompous person,
was talking to an Englishman clow to a
keyboard, but though Col. Pepper asked
him three or four times for the kev, the
clerk paid not the slightest attention un
til he had finished, bis conversation.
Pepper took this calmly enough, but
when he got into the elevator the En
glishman who had been talking to the
clerk said: "I beg yonr pardon, sir, but
I think you reallv onght to know whv
that clerk was so inattentive. He said
to me. when you first asked for yonr
key, 'lies only an American; let him
The Colonel's Kentucky blood sud
denly rose to the boiling point. He
sprang from the elevator and whipped a
tinge pistol from his pocket.
"Come out from behind that desk, be
shunted to the clerk. "Come quick;
The clerk came, and he came running
likewise, perspiring with terror. His
face was ashen, and though he was try
ing to Rpeak, his lips moved like the
jaws of an expiring trout, and no sound
came from them. Fifty people in the
great corridors rushed np to see what
was the matter.
"Oct down on your knees," cried Pep
per in an awful voice, relapsing into the
Kentucky vernacular. "Gt down on
yonr knees, or I'll shoot vonr vears oft."
The terrified clerk hesitated but a
fraction of a second, and came down to
his knees on the marble floor.
"Now," cried the Kentuckian, "vou
apologize to every American that ever
staid here for yonr damned impudence
to the people that keep your hotel going.
Repeat after me what I say: "I apolo
gize to all the Americans in London.
Say it quick."
"I apologize to all the Americans in
Lond'.di, stammered the clerk.
"For all my previous incivility," con
tinued the colonel sremlv.
"For all my previous incivility." fal
tered the victim.
"And I hereby solemnly promise to
treat all Americans vrith respect and
consideration hereafter. Quick, say it."
The menial obeyed, and Pepper then
allowed him to ri.-e and retire behind
his desk, the humblest and most crest
fallen clerk in any hotel any where. Then
the colonel showfil his j.'.stol to the as
sembled multitude "It is one I picked
up in a curiosity shop in Paris for a
friend who has a collection of ancient
fiiea.T.is," he said, "and it has not been
loaded for a hundred years, and the lock
is rusted out."
Up to date ths Metropole clerk has
kept his vow to treat all Americans with
respect, and tne reverence he manifested
when Col. Pepper was abont during the
remainder of his stay was touching.
New York Sun.
fllLLSDAUt. Nov. 4
Grandma Walker is quite i l.
Wm. Genung is still very low.
Cloudv weather for the past week.
The Enterprise school closed Tues
day. Some of our boys enjoyed themselves
hugely Friday nieht.
Alits Ella Hutchinson, of Dakota, h
visiting her grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mil er, "of Newton,
were guests of Mr. 9. B. Feaster over
Quite a number from here spent tbe
evening very pleasantly at Mr. John
Moore's Monday evening.
Mrs. Wm. Marshall and daughter, wbo
have boen visiting friends in Illinois for
several weeks, returned to their home in
Holton, Kns., Mondav last.
The W. C. T. U. holds its regular
meet ng at Enterprise church Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Alice Thompson, of
Wbites'.de county, will deliver a temper
Hillsdale. Nov. 5.
Election here was more quiet than for
Mrs. Marshall and daoebter returned
ed to their home in Kansas Monday.
Jas. First, of Moline. was here Monday
looking afier the walnut logs with a view
John Butzer has leased the old Beal
warehouse with the intention of buying
grain. He expects to ship ten cars a
Farmers general! r are pretty well along
with tneir corn, some report a good
yield others not so much but of a good
Tbe people of this township viz. "Ca
noe creek" feel proud of tbe vote given to
V. hi. Marsha1!. All party prejudice was
laid aside and republicans and democrats
worked side by side for him with the re
sult that be received 69 of the 87 votes
cast. Four prohibition votts were cast.
The buggy of one of our young men on
Hallowe'en nigbt went through some
queer raanoeuvers. It get out of tbe bug
gy boose ovr a rail fence and landed a
distance of two miles on top of a large
hid Something wrong. Will?
Coal Valley. Nov. 5.
Frank Nayler is selling quite a lot of
La Belle wagons.
Thomas J. Davis is quite sick, and his
condition is serious.
There are some cases of lung fever
among children here.
Mrs. Georgiana Bixby of the Rock
Island telephone office was here yester
day. Miss Irene Peters has closed her fall
term of school in Bureau county and is
Miners are busy at present On ac
count cf tbe good roads, teams can haul
The Rev. Wm. Todd of Wisconsin,
formerly pastor of the Methodist cburcb,
has been here a few days past.
On last Sabbath evening when the
Revs. Todd and Smith were on their way
to church, their horses ran away, upset
ting their buggy, and both were some
what hurt, but not seriously. The bugey
was damaged considerably.
Tba Ortat amsrieao Caorus.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
is tbe music all over tbe land just now.
''I've got suoh an awful cold in my head."
Cure it with E'y's Cream Balm or it may
end in tbe toughest form of catarrh. May
be you have catarrh now. Nothing is
more nauseous and dreadful. This rem
edy masters it as no other ever did. Not
a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
Tbe question has been asked, "In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better than
any other? ' Try them. Ton will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain In their action,
and that they not only physic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate tbe liver
and bowela. For sale at 25 cent per
box by Harts ft Bahnaen, druggist. -
Hard Coat Harkec
Best quality Anthracite coaL all sizes,
$7 35 per ton, screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand. '
- E. O. F&axxs.
Ta reader nf thai A sr.ni aril! h nlMMj
to leant that there U at least one dreaded
disease that science baa been able to cure
in all Its atagea, and that hi catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Care is thn nnlw
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
watarrn oeing a constitutional disease, re
auirea a constitutional treatment H.U'a
Catarrh Core is taken Internally, acting
airecuv upon me Biooa ana mucous sur
races oi me system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and rlvin
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
cuDsuiuuon ana assisting nature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have o much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for anv case
mat it ibiis 10 cure, oena tor list ot tea- lav
K. J. Cbkbkkt & Co.. Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
ATJVIcS TO B0THBKS.
Are yon disturbed at night and broken
of your rest bv a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teethf If so.
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syr up for children
teething. lis value is incalculable. It
will relieve tbe poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowela, cures wind colic, softens the
gums, reduces inflammation and gives
tone and energy to the whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Sjrup for
Children Teething ii pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female curves and
physicians in tbe United States, and is
for sale bv all druegists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
100 Ladle Wanted.
Aad 100 men to call on any druggist for
a tree trial package of Lane s Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. S:as Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys it if s posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up tbe complexion il does wonders. It
Ia the beat spring medicine knowo.
Large size package 50 cen's. At ail
Save big money by bating your fumi
turo, carpets, oil rloth m.d draperies at
the C t A.Ihdis Homc-Furni-hing
liou&e, 322 Brady street, Davenport .
If C Solo bVau.
J Vi ! V DRUGGISTS-
ak tor TMsCtrfuma.
. W. C. MUCKER,
Having purchased the
Property which he baa had leAttcd for the bo
te! butioeta, is bow prepared to accooi
m.xlate tran-mut gnesta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
He is alao engaged In tbe
at the Viiraepli.ee with m choice lot of G roc fit
Farm produce a specialty.
2u per cent redaction for tbe next 30 dare
on Buggieaand Spring Wuona.
Mo. 1K10. nil and 1614, Third Ava
la the cheapen place in tbe oonnty to buy Cfcr
riagea, Bul-nift, faints. Oils, etc.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmaciat
PajEscRirnoNa a Speci 41.TT.
Fourth Ave, and Twenty-Third St.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six months be haa sncceeefnlty
of the most severe character.
The names of s few wbo live in Davenport and
vtotnity. who have been successfully treated are
Mr A I, Pain, Mrs Mary Wstsnu. rbmmstism;
Mlasliisxie Vance. Mr John Speiker, catarrh;
Mias Anns Davis. Mr Wm Sankejf, scrofula; Mrs
J A Wisner, Mr F L Ma onhamer. heart disease;
Mrs P W Marshall, (11 years standing) pi lea:
Mr Samuel Speiees, (Is piles;
Mr latah Doty (7 ) viles;
Mrs May Wendt. J A Wright, Sarah Ma neon!
Frank Hayes, Wm McUrenauau, N ft Thompson,
female disease. .
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, but they are eneugh to show wast
can be done by one who thoroaghiy understands
the ranee and treatment of disease.
tar-Loss of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Mrrara of xouta. poaitivety and parsaaneutiy
ta? Italttvely ao case taken that eacaot be
aund. Cocieapondence accompanied bv 4c ha
stamps promptly answered.
.. . CON8CL,TATION FREE.
. - W. Third Street, near Main,
Top Bnegies J7 M
Open Bnisiee 44k tHa
Dr. S. E. UcCREARY
Is the most ancient and most general of all 1
disease. Scarcely a family Is entirely free
from it, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Barsapartlla has
had remarkable success in curing every form
of scrofula, Tbe most severe and painful
running sores, swellings tn tba neck or
goitre, humor la tbe errs, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to tbe powerful
effects of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace ot Imparity from tbe
Mood and builds up tba weakened system.
oMDydranrUts. ft ; six f or S. Prvparad eaty I 80(4 bj drasiriiu. fl;alxforfV npr soly
by C. I. HOOD CO., Apotherarfes. Lowall. Mass. I by C.1. HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, LowaU, suae,
IOO Doses One Dollar IOO Doses One Dollar
Xstate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
The nnderelraert baviiur been at pointed execn-
or if the lal will and testament of Thoraaa
She 1. late of the county of Hock Iplaud ata's
of Uliuois, dece&ged, hereby gives notice ibat he
will appear before tbe county court of Kock Inland
cob tty, al the office of the clerk of ald conn, in
me cuy or kock laiano. at Uie liecemtier term.ou
the trat Monday In t.ecembr next, atwMca time
alirOE having claims apa'nsi aaid eMate are
notSed and requested to attend, fori he purple of
hav ng the same awaited. All persons ludehteJ
to s tid eatate are requested to make Immediate
pav nei.t in in unaertgneu.
1J ilea inie ITtb day or Ucmber, A. D , IS 0.
PIBKOH Kl'ASE. Klecmor.
IECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICB.
Kotlce ia hcrebv riven to all neraona InterPNied.
that the city couucli ot the city of Rnck If lan 1.
haing ordered that: 1'her. be voas'mctfd m said
city an umlerg"cua. sew-r eimmeiic'n soout
seventy fet;t wtst o' KifteeLth street, in the
al!e; next south of 8 cond aver.e rtiuiime thence
ve aloDit the Center oi sain alley to ai d arr-a
Mancel square in a southweater y direction an J
tber: connect with a public sewer, lave applied to
theouDty court of Hock 1-lacid ronnty. iu the
sutt of Illinois, tor an sseament of tbe os:s of
raid improvement according to beneato; snu,
sn aeemeut th. reof having been made and
retu -ned to raid court, the nnal bearing therjon
will oe hf d at Uie November term of said court.
commencing on the loth uay .f N'oveinb-r A. D.
ISvO. x.11 pers ns desiring may then and there
appear ard make their uefeums.
1). ed at Rock I -land, llllnoia. thia th day of
Octo .er A. O. I8S0.
J H. CLKLAND.
RIT OF ERROR.
&TATK OF ILLINOIS, I
1 Within and for the
VXorhtrn Grand Division
St fkevk Cocrt. ) of said 8atf. '
Ert jr to At!-ll--te Court of Illinois in ai.d f. r
rne 3 cona instrt'-t.
Anne rte liuver, Kxe. saril of thr Estate of Ssmnel
. l.nyer, deceased, Ann. tte Guer. Edward II.
u er and Annette Gnver plaiutiCs in error,
va. lohc H. Wila. n, Holmes fluke-, O.Hrge M.
I. liskes. William T. Kisna. Stephen A. Main,
Alexander T. Bentley, Thoniax J. Rob;ns.a.
I harlea L. Walker. The R-jek llanil I a(r t om
panr, PlaiemoaL. Kitcbell, Ptnl Mitchell. li
liani H. Gcet, Elmore llural sud Curneliua
W a KCAS. Tbe said Annette Gnver execntru of
the e-ta'e of Samuel S. Guver, deceased, Annet'e
Guyer, Edward H Gayfrand Annette Gayer have
aued cut a writ of error from saH supreme court to
ravens a )ndgmeit obtained by aaid John H.
Wilaoa againat aaid Annette Guyer, eiecutrix.
etc , Annette Gnver, Edward B, Guyer snd An
nette Guer in a certain cut In wh ch Holmea
nakeh, worre M. U. Hake. Will-am T. Hiift.
teDbn A. af iin. Alexander T. Bentlev. Ttakiuaa
J. Rot inaon. Charles L. Walker. Ths Hork Inland
Par Company, Philemon L. Mitchell, Corneiiua
LyuJe, Pbil Miuhetl, William H. Gent and Elmore
W. H irst are also parties in the said Annrllate
Conrt of Illinois in and for the second district
which said writ of error Is now pending In said
Supreme Court; snd wberess, a writ of Scire
Ficia- has seen riuly leaned herein, returnable oa
the flm dav of the next term of aaid ni,reme
Court, 10 be bolden at Ottawa, in said state, on the
riral I ueaday lu March, next, according to law;
and. m nereaa. alo. 11 appear, by affidavit on Am. in
the cl. rk's cilice of sa.d Supreme Crt that he
uid H ilmea Hakes, George M. U. Hake., M il 1am
T. Kig Stephen A. Main, Alexander 1. Hem ley
are n.Hi-reVderjta of tbe ta-e of Illinois, and with
out the reach ff the process I raid Supreme court.
Now, therefore., yon. the aaid Holm, a Hakes,
Geonr. M. D. Hakes, Wil ismT. Kl'a, Stephen A.
Main. AlexanderT. Bentley, the said defendaM
in errt-r, who-e non-residence appeara aa afuts..
.aid a -e hereby notided to be and appear before
tbe Ju. tires o said Supreme Conrt. at tbe next
term 01 aaid conrt to be bolden at Ottawa, in aaid
:a.e. n tbe Ftrt Tuesday ia March next, tuhear
the rt xrd and proceeding, hronght into said
Snprerie Conrt on return of .'aid writ of errors and
the err r assigned, if you shall see fit, anil further
to do anil receive wbsl ssid court rhall order in this
Date l October Hh, A. TV. 1S90
A, H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
KCEIVER S SALE
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Roca. Islsmo Conrrr,
In the Circuit Court in Cwincery.
John P!etz, admlnlatratorcnm teatamento anncxo
of lb estate of Bailey DavenporMeceased, v..
tne it ick Island and Mllsn-trert Railway C m
pany, Charles II. Stoddard. J. F. Robinson.
Llmo-e Hurst, Peter Fries snd J. G. Massie
John Feetz. sdminlsttstor enm testsmnto an
nexo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de-cea-e
L, vs. the Rock l.land A Milan Street
Rsilnay Company. Kzra Wllcher, John W.
Stewart, Jamea M. M-ntirmerv, Edwin G.
Frazer, Levi Sharp. Frederick Wevcrhaeuwr,
Frederick C. A. Denkmaun, William F. Hal
liiran, Rosa Wootlmanaee, Tnomaa S. Silvia,
loun V. Eckhart and John K. Powuintr.
George Downing, Sr., James Downing and
Ihomts Downing, partners etc., aa Downing
Notici- is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree or 1 he circuit court in and for tbe county of
Rock Ib and in the Mate or Illinois, entered in the
above ei titled causes on the Thirtieth Xh day
of September, A.D.. IStm. I shall on Saturday, the
Sixth l day of December, A. D., lrtwl. at tbe
hour of ben 10 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at tt e north door of the court bouse in tbe
city of ock Island in said county of Rock Inland,
sell, (sn iject to tbe approval of and confirmation
by said circuit court.) at public suction to the
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after ami la said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of s d defendant the Rock Island A Milan
Street R.ulway Company, said railway extending
from tbe corner of Seventeenth atreet and Kir-l
avenue in said city of Rock Inland through and
along tties reets and svenues of said city to a
point at or uesr the Miulhem limits of ssid city,
and thence over its rig'.t of wsy and in part over
and alnni; certain roads snd highwsys in the town
of South Rock I. land to and ot'er the nr'dges now
owned by thr-said city of Rock, Islsnd spanntna
Itock river between the town of Sears an 1 the
town of Milan, and fhe-ice over and along certain
strvsts and public grounds in aaid town or city of
Milan to ita tenniuua therein and Including the
branch extending from the tcwa of Sear afore
said to the high point on the bluffs of Rock ri.er
known sr Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company 'a right of way. real
eatate, lea-, road-bed. track, side-tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and station bonne,
name, motors, rolling .tock. csrs, hor-ea, ma
chlnery,-tools. Implements snd belongings and all
said railway company's property, appliances and
appurteni nce.of every surt. kind snd description
wuatwevi-r now bekmlug to and owned by said
defendant railway company, including tho-ie now
ia the por session or control of Frederick Hess,
heretofon appointed receiver herein, and all such
which nil 1 hereafter and prior to such aale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
belonging to said street railway company now in
the bands of said receiver and all such as may
arise from or grow out of the nss of said railway
property a Ml f raneulaes. or mav come to aa d re
ceiver pri ir to his surrendering possssion of sstttT
raiiway.nu property as oy said uetms provided)
together ith all tbe nehta, privileges and fran
chisee) of ssid defendant railway company to
maintainand operate It-eaid railway ard carry on
its business, and to main lain and operate Its said
railway ovir, along, across and through the s nets,
slleys. rords auc puolic grouuds of said cltv of
Rock Island, said town of Milan and said township
of South Hock Island, and over and alnng the
said bride -a epsnning Rock river, and all other
rights, privileges and franchises whatsoever be
longing to w connected with tn aaid railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, proper' y,
ris-btssnd irtvlleges being sltuated in the county
of Rock Island af .re.alo aaid sale being subject
nevertheless to all liens lor taxes or asaeesmoiita,
general or i pedal, which may have accrued and re
main the re in prior to such sale.
TERMS OF SALE .Ten thousand IO,000
dollars in c tsu. down at tbe time of said sale, and
the remaioiiernpon the approval aad cosiunuatloa
of such sale by said circuit court.
listed at Hack Islsnd, Illinois, this 5th day' of
November, A. D.' ltnS).
Rece rerand Special Master in CAanctrrj.
GUM-E:STIc ROOFINQ FELT costs only
.04 per 1U0 square feet. Makes a good roof
for yeara. an i anyone can put it on. Send stamp
for sample a ad full particulars.
G Elastic Boorura Co..
3B and 41 West Broadway, Niw Tobk.
L cal Agents Wanted.
i away ptwaw to aaa uminawa istmirw. - aaav afavavf
lawBtw. -. ht- h4 Oirto' Titer.
U tt. D. dlMM frosa la.
a-kajaMfMliahj, W- WfU -ifci 4mMl trim. ta Msarr. Wm
mm t, 1 1 of amanai tartaaf pkmmtm. 9md tt 1 r - mBVmi
ftssMktellrsn ssram. Varwawne. rmnlupT
I frssa la. . HIT! FamW
Imt avNl WW 9m Mt wBtnV
, TWlt-awfta,, , fa, as, mH4t.
WlvWT walwatAat aMMI
ave. ji-irnir itm .n tiamimd
Aes (sa. A. s an. law awastalTw
"My little daughter's life was saved, as)
we believe, by Hood's Barsaparllla, Before
she was six months old sbe bad T raising
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation of one of ber Angers, to which
we refused assent. When we began giving
her Hood's faarsaparilla, a marked Improve
ment was aosterd and hy a continued nse ot ft
ber recover) was complete. And she Is now,
being seven years eld, strong and healthy.
B. 0. Jones, Alna, Lfneoln County, lie.
Jf. B. Be sure to get flood's.
THE TRATtl.FKS HTIDE.
CUICsUO, UDCK ISLAM) A PAClKIO itAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thtrty-Hr-t
street. C. It tkelton, agent.
' tl.Eivs. Asm vs
Council b.uda A Minueiw I ! ' ..m.
ta Day Kxpreas .. f ! 4 50m lw0am
Katra itty Day Expmss... S:sn am .10-Sfi pm
vis-uineion axpiv.. sprn limps
Council Bliitla A Minneso- I
f -avaycaj - iiii aaaaa
ConncU Mlnfla A Omaha i ,.,..'
Litulted Ve-tibttle Sx.. " 18 s 04
Bansar City Limited.
10 50 pm; N:41 am
lioing wi st. Itoini: rin. iaily.
BL'HUNOTON RtflE-C . A If HAIL
v. sy Dent F:rst svenne snd Sixteenth et
M J. on& ssent.
mt- j a larva
6L L,ii- aipr as
Bt. iM.i- K-.( rv,
Si. P.ml Ksft-rf ,
.-keatvst. vn lJs ?e:c- ....
WtyKre kt M mmopth)...
Way Frvehl (.-terlu-i.)
am S t am
I 7 pm 1 IS pm
B w pre a mb am
I ;: prnl
I :u am!
1 :Mi pm
6 45 pm
9 :M pm
U HK A 40 MlLWAt KSi A ST. PAt I wAlL
war ,?sclne A S-nthwestem Ptviaio- De
V -t Tee: t:eth .irset. between First an 1 Second
svenne, t . O. W. Holme., agent.
TitMNS. Lsava Axmvi.
;-i!i.i iMi Siir.' .. R:45i S-lj a,
sv. P-.nl 1. 8:15 pa II am
t Ac-. roodati n S 10. loan
f . 1 SiOdatioti. .. . s:',S:,ci
Rim K I-LAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DE
P1 Ftr.1 avenue snd Twentieth street. F.
II. rlorfcwell. Agent.
TRAFXH. I.XA--S. ;A-rva.
Past-Mali Kxpr,-s.7.".... S:tfi"ani T:3i) pm
FxprtM 2:40 am l:Wlpm
C-.Me Atcotr.icods'ior '10am St".1 pm
" " 4 DO pra S:(6 am
MOST D1RRCT ROCTK TO THK
:East and South East
I its Vint.
and Ex .
4 33 pm
8 M am
in 7 am
& IT pm
4 10 pm
1 10 pm
1 15 pm
5 15 am
I ik) am
ar. Ar'on. .Iv
IS tH pm
.. ..Gelva... .
t. luia. Mo
11 n pi
pm i 10 at) am
6 pmin X5 am
11. IS pm
& 15 are
S. IS am
t 45 am
7 V pm
i IS am
8 05 pm
IK pm; Danvitlr, 111.
7.1 parTerre Haute,
AlamilO.SOpml Incinnaii O
Pawwtnecr trains arrive and depart from L oloa
Acrommoiiation train leaves Rock Island S-45
p. m. arrives at Peoria iiSLa Leaves Peoria
7 16 p m. arrives al K. k 1-Uod 1 rt a. m.
.Acrmn. I X'lAAc
L. Rock 1-land ' 6 31) ami .M a-9
4. ik pm
5 (15 pra
7 4tt aniO jo am
S. 15 amll 00 am
,Ac-oa. 4'Uac,! accom.
..! Ham It M n S45 pm
.. 7.10 a a 1.45 pmi 4.25 pm
! Sto am t.;al pm; 5.t) pm
Chair car on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both directions.
H. B. SI' D LOW, H. STOCKHOrSE.
Superintendent. Gen'l TkL AgenU
'AST M IL TRAIN with Electric lighted end
Steam heated Vastibnlcd trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, SU Paul and Minneapolis.
TRAK-CONTIfNTAL ROtTK with Elecric
lightedsnd Steam healed Ve.tihnled trams be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs, Omaha or
St- Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILK OF ROAD reaching all principal
points in Illinois, Wii-consta. Minnesota, Iowa.
Missouri, South Dvkota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rata-a of paaaaga and
freight, etc., apply to the nearest atation agent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee A 8u Panl Rmllwar, or
w i) rauroau agent any wnere in tbe worta.
ROSWELL MILLER. A V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gva'l Para. 1. Agl.
ay-For information in refiTrnce to Lends and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee A
St. Paul Railway (Company, write tn U. . Han
gen. Land commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
A. D. HUESING
Represents, among other line-tried ana sreU
kaown FirelusnranceCompanies he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Enrland.
Weechester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Huflalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, K. T.
Citisena Ins. Co., of Piuaburgh, Pa.
Sun Fire otfire, London.
Union In. 'o., of t:alirorola.
Security Ina. C k. New H iven. Co- a.
Milwaukee Mechanic. Ins. Oo . Milwaukee, Wis
German Kire Ins: tk, of Pooria, III,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Avas
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After 23 years experience ia teach'ng lostrn
menUl Music, 1 will promise yon mors theory with
less lessons for the least money of anv teacher ia
under our supervision, wives each Juvenile popil.
Teachers will save money to order their Masic
Rmkiiir,, lkw.tklnl ..W 1 J :
I Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 14V1 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers how to tesch.
Address me at 14U6 Brady St., Davenport, la.
MUS. C. A. MEBEUR.
John Volk & Co.,
Saah, Doori. Blinda, Siding, Flooring.
and ail kinds of wood work for bwilderm,
Klghleenlh BL, bs. rkird and Fourth asw
sptly ead kewtlv azeeate,! by the Aasinaj Je
" Bp e inlaw enikiai setd k riataissi HI n ark
It will Pay you
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT. ,
CT1AS W. YER3URY. M'juf.
ROLL IN RUIOK,
SarcfSior to Ad'snison it Hoick,
slL& JXUCUL XblUUU. XII.
Shop Nineteenth St , Ivt. First and Second Avenue,
GeneralJobbing and ltejiairing promptly don.
"Second Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired.
K. C. IIOPPJE,
aw. X tuvw? - .:f,L -
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining and Taper lUning.
P. O. Box 673.
Allay Pain ami
Heal the Si) res
TRY THE CURE
A particle Is SDtillrd Into ears nostril ard is
sgrt-eahle. Price 5U emts at lrerett. : by mail
re.-1.torsd, ftl cents. B LV BRO ta BKS. ti War
rvn street New Tork.
Far Saras, CaU, Sheep. Sogs, I:r
S0 Pace BeknTrentnel ef Aaintale
anal I hart arni ee.
crm I FewerewC sssrst lens. 1 a a wiwis t ten
A. A.) Mwinnl Mrninnttlw,Mlia Krtrr.
n.n.-straiia, unnrw, atbeaaaatiaau
'.'. IHMresrr. Nan.1 Ularhnrsew.
!.. KM. er S.rnkM, Heme.
I-S.. l..th, llraTea, Pwraaseaiaw
K.K. elt- er lirtsn. BHIvarbe.
' .IJ.Miwsrrlstv, llrsserrkncra.
1I.H. I Hnnry ansi Kidney IHnra.rs.
I.I. t.r.ntlve Diaeaar. Slanse.
J.K-lliaenareef Jlieratiee, i'aralfala.
StncV BcwUe loro-SOdcMV - - .)
Stable Case, with Rperfflm. Mannal.
rb-niiarv Ouv Oil ail HnUcaUir.
Jar Veteriaare rare Oil. . . i.a
Said br Drnnista; or Sent Prersl i anrwbsr
and a anr enanutr on Beceipt ef Pnce.
Humphreys' Medicine Ce.. 1Q9 Fultcn W.
SPECIFIC No. ia
rrow OebilityTVital Weakness,
aad PiunaUun. froaaiai ems er Mlw r.uV
1 stl l
aan ktnr. vial aoadw e&
. . les aaw.a a. .
IDES AND LIVES-
Br nif A. F. Srbmld's, the pioneer reel,
dent Lightning Hod dealers orleeeatcd
which he keep, constantls- en hsnd. Any Vh, ro
, nutter bow eoeapiicatrd. done In the asset
scientific ssaaaer. 'eenpetiliua la
(irtcee aad qaalit y deaed .
A- F. SCHMIDT.
We. ttl Twentieth M kw.k Liaad.
mow "! I D Cn
Cmu or twm4 for rmmlmr mtmimtmmm
k-t anwmrrr Urn tmrmm m CaMaweinfiit-
ti.i eia. Braaiix, at iiaillw
arrn. Tl ri. si i tiu.Maa, eea.
nieee aawannrnranv a4 evweaa.
Banana bh seer BiueaJ
The Greet Prenek mwaaede far Banna eaeti ass
and Monthly bragwlarltiee. "
Ladies Cae Le Dacl PwrfedVal pm of Paris.
Paeaee; rwareateed as aooaeaailieh ell tbet to
chiaaed tot theea. Tone aaeat aaoaiaiyfortroeelaa
Bwcuiar ta wwsaea. fall eineuowa wil a e h
ve i exes fee a.
1 As SS. waete 'every
to Examine It
Tbej have got It.
It will make your borne baipy.
Il will not gas or emoke.
It bu large aeh pan.
Il haa bear; steel bolj.
It keep Ore all bight.
IT I THK
the grandest production of modern timet.
We invite you to call and eiamib our
immense lloe of Riverside Slovet and Range.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUK.
ARD DKALEK l?t
WivKsrht aad Cai Iron and lad Vi e
!lor.. Packing, Kvwer and Drain Til.
Steam and Gas Fixture.
CiTl"'. rok at fair frio,-. Eliml.- furnished
Offif-t ard ahrp 219 13th S:, Tilepboce 11S2.
Rock Islaad, 111.
v -ri a Til
& THE TAILOR,
nt KEl KIVED ma
iW?Fw.-- No 1808 Second avenue.
Shop fourth Ave. net. lst and iii Sta.
J. M. BUFORD,
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
awns an hrw as any rail sa enissf ana
lens paiisaiss Isi
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
at wl iia e tm ymr d- vlw ttrt. awwafrnTtr
than ilanns th. aaturaa an 1 nt.v aMUia. Tb.t we
sbnuM "ntt...- to m ... U-n. attra-ii. a aiilnwc
arm, aad tbe wv te w d-tl w wtncaHicale
le lb. fKtaitf a t frt.cM wnli.U c4 civUiaa
tK. Art Uminu4 nartKotartt tkw.
On.,4 1h.raw4 ukuUiBWi .lMNnM.asa
ear itrniMol o
Knane,Krer4rrr, rivner.New r.naiaadaadl
wOl hstrm . eaahty and vatwtr Sanaa! t fas ear
ettMraahilt in Ucwnlrv.
htr fc.T tn. Si ii m fiiiss. ill wwh ewalas.
sad d daaml eiU mil an th fcaeulianM nUa.
W"M '" !)""( .qwr.a hnavd.
iwm. s'm.bTI ate.
Band era lw and
R. R. TICKET
(VeaiSer Amrnran TVhet Bnkers Aetna)
Rkducxd Rates to all Poihts.
OFFICS Is Adams Express OfSre aadrr
BOLE AO KMT POK
Th Pop Mft fWs Bk-yrles. Ladles and
talklnrn's Blrtcles a specialty
Protect Your Eyes
MARION OPTICAL CO3
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
tt anJ is W..A.. w V a ... ,
Ind. For sate by T It. ih.aa. Ui.i r. kork
I let awl III ,
. .. Mp
BS IHTBBTBB a-
'tuck torn iu vwk la ttporoafti mt.
ttnTMrhlr tMrlflM ftv. s,adl
ail ntmo-JoeM wik. rofftivtt Mmil hUmMmt
Pucb 60 Curn m Bottlb.
VII FlTltC'C Teachw. he etndeaxe a
nfta. V VtOt Us
tbeet ha rsilreaa eervMe,
Bead for elmilara.
'I MPwantiAPI, lllBhl
Bed Room Sets,
CtTCall and nee nor line.
No. 103, 103 and 107 East Second St..
Davenport, I a.
TrW i-bone S'.M.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THK WKLL KXOWX
M erchant Tailor
Ha jot ifturpoj from Europe ami ouU be plrtmi to - Lis frW-cJs at
bis tiarc nf busiue ia
Star Iucc, OprourK IIaufkb IIoise.
FALL AND WINrER SUITINGS
for 91 bare born rrrriTe.!.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C J. W. SCH REINER,
Contractor and I3uilclcr-
PlmaadspeHatiararBMw4eanelaWes'arork. Aleeaeent af WMlere Pstect la
aide Bildlbc Hliad.. e. etaua new. etyli.h aad deeirable.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
Office and Shop Corset Screatniin st
Bad Sereath Aeesuo.
printmitef Arthwte wra . ewwtv
(Baceeeaoe to Ohlwetlee A apilrri
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third avnrie Wtwen 10th and 11th street,
(Frerl K.-H' oLJ io.L)
iaTAII kiods of Cart"t t work aad rt (.t;riti c!oe ttatisfartLsB rMrstlnrd .
lias opened Lit Sew and SpariotM
, SAMPLE ROOM
No. to G2G Third arma-,
where be would tar pVaarl to arc ki fried
r",U klnd.efdrlalsn.neUa. lessd Pwnv sM ih w.ll ti ev&k -M.tnns ef,- t.
if pier la the city ale e yeecencrt u. tVuaet Ktuw.ti.r) aa; fiuas ta te tx.
CT. T. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAicrAcnriti or ct&cxiu itacirin.
Aak jnnr Urooer for tbeaa. TWy are brwt.
waT-Bpeelaltiee; The Carletr "OTtTIf aad the Chrlety V 1FIB "
P. CT. HERLITZITA.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Mad.tath.kahm.y1.. Akas fepalrlaf wane vttB Mataaws and diajaxtck. '
Practical TilB aai Brictl7all: layer.
R-wleiVSB Sit Twtj-flm 8a. Tarvl a. 1
Carpets, Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
DAVIS & CO,
a rweipw-tv eUwk a
Pipe, Brass Goods. Pakit AT
Hoe.., Fire Brick, F.te
ftute Acwte !
OEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We rwarawt'w s. vj aw ff s. at. V . - .
Twrwt af s trial, ta tr.itie -
Safely Ilratinf DniVrra and Oestrwi "
faraiewiwr and lajin Water, ai.4
1713 Pturr Avt .
R.ce Klaad. I !:(,..:
Te1rwae list. nVel4x Irs :
COMPLETE IN ALL
Fur CaUloeuesi AdJitM
J. O. DUT. CAK,
: : ' Rock Island.
aa m :uM
84. TardBrv 8c PwJ Depot
mmmy M tfTLWct rlrk ta tmm
a-Bnaefll- B -:.. . T7 .7 m
- wennwaap am