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The Illinois mate Conveatlosi at Ma-llae-l'laa
of Wark-OfJIeere Elee-
The Illinoi Equal Suffrage awoclatioo
It lo tesaloo at Molina, and is attended by
a ltrge number of women from all parti
of the atate. The chief feature of yea
terday afternoon' .esiion was the recep
tion and adoption of a report of a ipecial
committee composed, of Mrs. Catherine
Waugh McCulloch, Mrs. Mar; . Holmes
and Mrs. L. F. Long, which outline the
plan of work for the forthcoming year aa
We recommend that the executive
committee, assisted by the superintend
ent of legislative work, present a bill to
our neit legislature asking for a coneti
tuiional amendment granting women the
ballot; that leading men and women in
each district use strenuous efforts to in
fluence their respective legislators to sup
port such a bili; that a large convention
be held at Springfield early in January,
and district conventions In congressional
districts before the last of February next,
and that any necessary expensea hereby
incurred not otherwise provided for. be
paid out of state funds.
We a'to recommend a continuanca of
state and local work, through literature,
the press, pubiic meetings county fair
work, local conventions, parlor meeting,
national pageant entertainment, and cir
culation of petitious, nil with special refo
erenue to advancing the cause of equal
suffrage among our citizens and the law
We recommend that suffrage clubs
study the constitution of the Laited
Htates and of Illinois, and the laws per
taining especially to women and chil
cln-n; that readings be givt-n from the
Woman's SuTrntre History and the inter
national council reiiort and subscription
be tnkan for the Womnn'i Jovrnnl and
Tribune, and the less expensive Woman' t
Culumn, using every effort possible to ad'
vaace the cause of woman' enfranchise'
The following officers were elected:
Prenidt-nt Mrs Mttrjr E Holmes, Oilva.
ice-preaident Mrs Mary Ahrens.Chi
cago. Secretary Mrs Carrie Ast ton Johnson
Treasurer Mrs L A Dutnraon, Mt.
Kti-cuiive Committee Hon M B Cas
tie. Sandwich; Emma W Haskett, Cbica-
tfn; Dr Alice B Stockhnm. Chicago; Hon
I Mi us Harrow, Clilcagtj; Mrs Mr Wright.
Moline; Dr Julia Holmes Smith, Gov Jo
seph FiftT. SpringUi Id.
Advisory Committee Mrs Elizabeth
Boynton Harbert, Chicspo; Mrs J F He
Kintwy, Chi api.; Mrs Henry Wade Rog
ers, tvnustun; lion Jnbn Budlong, Free-
port. Re? Florence Kollock, Englewood;
Mrs L A Buckley, Rookford: 51rs L F
Superintendent Legislative Work Mrs
Cat ti urine Waugh McCollouch.
Superln'endent Literature Mrs M H
Superintendent Press Work Mrs O E
Superintendent Parlor Meetings Mrs
1 Calmer, Johet
Superintendent Fair Work Mrs Mary
. ait''7.gtr. Moline.
Lt evtolDg, Dr. Julia Holme Smith,
the president of the tjuecn Isabella
society of the worlti's fair, addressed the
meeting on the coming world's fair and
woman's connection with and interest ia
it. Mrs Mary A. Ahrens, a ludy lawyer
from Chicago, spoke on the Blair consti
tutlonal amendment, and Mr. Lyda
Howl Talbot rendered a number of hu
The Rise Hill English Folly company
gave a variety performance to a small
audience in which the male sex prednm
inatei by a large rcajority at Harper's
theatre last evenicg.
"A PAIR OP KftS 'TOMORROW NIOHT
For the benefit of ihosewbo have not
made up their minds whether they want to
see Ezra Kendall and his funny "Kidt
pintomine at Uarp r" theatre tomorrow
night. It might be well to enlighten tbem
to the effect that "A Pair of Kids" is
neither a melodrama, a heavy drama, a
tragedy oreven a straight comedy .but from
comical, laughable point it is an elastic
burlesque pantominiical farce equalled by
nothing in the fun-making line
It is a happy medium between straight
comedy and a broad farce,
vehicle for the introduction of Mr. Ken
ami s cleverest comic; conceits and re
plete with singing and dancing specialties
interspersed at intervals togive the clever
comedian a chance to breathe and the
laughers to rest their aidrs, Need more
be said? If you want to laugh why "here
you are" but if you don't want to laugh
why "there you are." Seat are on sale at
Harper house pharmacy.
THK HTL'AUT COMPANY.
The Stuart Comedy company appears
In a week's engagement at Harper thea
tre tomorrow night. An exchange says
It is doubtful whether a larger aus
(itence ever assembled to witness a play at
Uermania ball than was there last night.
Not only was every seat occupied, but
standing room was at a high premium
The Stuart company baa many admirers
Id this city and they turned out to give
tbem a royal welcome. The play was
"The Ironmaster," which is purely so
ciety drama. It was presented in five
act. There is considerable interest in
the piece and the parts were finely taken.
Lilah Stuart in the part of Ulaire de
Beaulicu won round after round of ap
plause, inn chocolate merchant was
great, the part was well assumed and the
mpersonator kept the audience in a roar.
In fact, the enliio company is an excels
lent one. there are no blank numbers In
the lot and every member of the troupe
put aasu and yim into the part.
Mala- Uork Inland' Big firm.
Otto Neimeyer. a twelvesyea-old ex
employe of Weycrhauser & Denkmann's
Davenport law mill lust a couple of tin
gers last May. and now want $10,000
damages. The suit la brought by the
boy's father," Louis Neimeyer. He
claim that through the carelessness of
Louis Kessler, an employe of the above
mill, he lost hi fingers. Kessler run a
shingle machine, and, it is claimed, he
hires boys to do the work. Young Nei
meyer was employed to clean away the
shavings and sawdust from the circular
and horizontal saws of the shingle nia
cin, e. On May 20 Kesfler is charged
with being guilty of gross carelessness.
In a neglfgent manner he pulled the lever
controlling the saw, and did not secure it
firmly. While the plaintiff was cleaning
away the suaviogs from the saw, it sud
denly started without any warning and
assumed a rapid motion. His left hand
was caught hy the saw and the thumb
and llUle finger wera cut off and thehand
so lacerated as to mike the forefinger
The lawyer 1 the only man who is im
proved by a code in his bead.
Th Great ltajarttj
Of cases of scrofula and other blood dis
ease ate hereditary, and therefore, diffi
cult to cure. But we wish to state in the
most positive, emphatic manner that
Hood' Barsaparilla does cure scrofula In
every form. The most severe case too
The Evralat fm iter.
If anyone who thinks that a "want
advertisement inserted in an evening pa
per ill not be as productive of results
as one Inserted in the column of a morn
ing dally will alt quietly down and calm
ly reason matters out for himself, be will
oon come to the conclusion that the
evening piper must be the best advertis
ing medium. In the morning everyone
is lo a hurry and a bustle. Our Is a busy
people. They eat a hurried breakfast
and hasten to business. The morns
Ing ' papers, full of rehashed news
from the evening editions of the
previous day, are
reach his place of
one is in haste to
business. Once there,
papers are thrown
aside and forgotten in the business whirl
that Is immediately plunged into, and
they have not time to worry through the
mass of advertisements, bogus and genu
ine, that are printed in the morning dail
When business is done and evening ap
proaches- the people leisurely wend their
way home. Evening papers are purchased.
They are not hurriedly glanced over.
Tbey are read thoroughly. People are
not harrassed by constant thoughts of
business troubles as in the morning, and
every column is carefully gone over.
Everyone takes his paper home to the
fireside to be perused at leisure.
S100 K ward $100.
The readers of the Argus will 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 ia catarrh.
Hall's Cttarrb Cure is the only positive
cure now knowo to the medical fraternity.
caiarrn neing a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby deatroting
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting uature in doing
us worn, ine proprietors nave so much
fnith in its curative iwwers, that thej
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list cf tes
F. J. OnRENEY fc Co . Toledo. O
Sold by drugemts, 75c.
Judging from its floating populHtion
Venice ought to be the largest cilv in the
Are you disturbed at night nd broken
of your rest by a sick child sulTt-rios; and
crying with ptin of cutting teeth? If .
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winalow'g Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wiod colic, softens the
gums, reduces ir.fltmmti n and gives
tone and eoergy to the whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Synip f,ir
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female nur-es and
physiriaDS in the United States, and is
for sale bv nil druggists throughout the
world. Price 23 cents a bottle.
The Great American Choi a
Sceezmg. snutfl.ng and cougbint! This
is the music ail over the lan. I just now.
'"I've got such ar awful cold in my head."
Cure it with E'y's Cream Balm or it miy
end In the toughest form of catarrh. May
be you have cntarrh now. Notbicsr is
more nauseous and dreadful. This rem
edy masters it as no other ever did. Not
a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
Before an audience can see the. poir t
of an address the speaker must speak to
The question has been asked, "In whnt
respec are St. Patrick's pills better th-n
any other? Try tbem. Yu will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
enect, are more certain in their ac ion
aou mat tnry noi only pnysic, out cleanse
the whole system and regulate the livtr
and bowels. For sale at 25 cenla per
box by llartz isahnsen. druggists.
"It was a msgniftcent min?, but they
ruined It. "How? "The poor idiots
look all the gold out o' it "
Hard Coal Market.
Best quality Anthracite coal, all sizes,
$7 25 per ton, screened and delivered
25c per ton discount for cash. Cannel
coal tc;r grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on band.
E. O. Frazer,
100 Ladies Wanted,
Asd 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial pickage of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silns Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys it is a posis
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. It
is the best spring medicine known
Large size package 50 cents. At all
In this little casket I have preserved all
these years the dearest remembrance of
my honeymoon. It is the hotel bill.
Save big money bv buying your furni
ture, carpets, on cloth and draperies at
the C. F. Adams' Home-Furnishing
Mouse, .taa Uracly street. Davenport.
-Bin INVENTED A-
which does Its work In a thorough manner.
it thoroughly pniitlee the air and ramovre
all ounoilous smells. For sale at JSnill Koebler'e
Prick 50 Cents pkb Bottle.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and 1 Maiden Lane. N. V. Branch: Marlon,
Iml. For eali: by T B. 1 bonus, lrnplst. Hock
Iiland. III. - eep. !i-dtim
Teaches tt student a
Imcle anl then starts
tbem In railroad remce,
Hend fur circular.
VALENTINE BROH ,
13-19 Janekvillk. Wis.
u,aniB t Body enlnra-ed, OevelpoM sad
run particular. tmtimonislM,etc. nialid wwimi fM
OUM-ELASTIc ROOFINO FELT costs onlv
It.tJO per 11 square feet. Mako a good roof
lor years, and anyone can put it on. bend iiuui
tor (ample and lull particulars.
t Goal Blastm Roorura Co.. '.
and 41 Wast Broadway, - Ni Tobk.
Local Agents Wanted.
f 1NTUXBT aVTOCat. Wo assuaa sots-
r-tfrlsmea required. Writ tor Mrra. K tK
A HOUSEHOLD FAVORITE.
A young girl here had been suffering (or 19
years with blood diieases until she had lost the
use of her limbs and was subject to many trou
bles incident to the disease. The physicians
declared her case incurable and predicted that
her life would come to a speedy end. After
taking S. S. S. she recuperated so fast that it
was plain that she had obtained a new lease on
life, and she has continued to grow better until
her permanent cure is assured. Many other pa
tients in our hospital have obtained nun.il bene
fit from 8. S. S., and it has become quite a fa
vorite in our house.
The St. Josefh Hospital,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
toe Swift Specific Co, Atlanta, Ga.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six nonlhshe has succesxfnlly
of the most severe character.
The names of a few who lire In Davenport an1
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given below :
M r A L I'ain. M rs Wsry Watson rheumatism;
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speikrr, caiarrh;
Miss Anna Davi. Mr wm Sankevf, scrofula; Mrs
.I K W isner. Mr F I. Ma onbsioer. heaft disease;
Mr F W Marshall. (U years standing) pl'en;
Mr Smnucl Sjeiees, (l ' ) piles;
Mr 1-mh iv.ty ( 7 ) iiilcs;
Mrs May Werdt. J A Wright, Sarah Munsou,
Fmnk Hayes, Woi MeUraimban, N K Thompson,
These are a very few of the msnv testimonials
the doctor has, but ihev are enxuti to show what
can be done by one who Iniirnuehly understands
the eiuse and treatment of disease.
fWLoss of Manhood, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Voutn. positively and permanently
feVFossiMvely no case taken that cat.uot be
cured. Oorresjion-lenee accompanied by 4c la
stamps promptly answered
ufllce McCnllougti'a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
For the Improvement of Twen
tieth Street from the South Line
of Ninth Avenue to the North
Line of Eighteenth Avenue.T
lit it ontalntd by the City Council of tht City of
Sec . 1. 1 hat Twentieth street from tbe south
line of the intersection of Ninth avenue to the
North line of the intersection of ii:hTeetitb ave
nue and Twentieth street, all beini In the certio
rate limits of the said city of Roc Island be a. id
the same are herebv ordered curbed with curb
stones, excavated and rraded. improved sod paved
with macaJam, of good quality, in manner follow-
t.urD stone shs l be set on each side thereof, at
the outer lice of the resjiective sidewalk. Said
curb etnnea eliall he of the tiest uualltv of sand
stone, uo ?et tlou lo lie le- thsn three s feet Ionic
-eei ueep auu lour lj mine truck wtien
dressed. The top ediry snail be full and -qitare
auu nenny cniseieo, and the lace shall l-o "ye
neatly chisel- d. not les- than twelve 1 11 Inches
dewn from the top The ends shill be dre--ed
smooth, so a- to ninke clo-c joint through thefuil
thickness of the stone not less ihsn oDe ljfool
down f-ori. the t"p, and the back siue of the stone
snail be dressed to a uniform thickness of four (4;
inches down from -he too. The excavating ami
grading shall be to Mich a dep;h as will cause the
lop of the pavement, when laid, to conform to ihe
respective e-iah)iucd tr-ade of said streets be
tween said points, as said grade has heretofore
been established bv st,!d city of Hock island, and
the said pavement u rem t rovided for shall, wuen
laid, conform to said grade, and tbe exca vat lax
and grading shill be to eu:b a depth as will ciuae
the suiil pavement to couiorm thereto.
t.;ii the road tied thus tnrmed, there will be laid
to the denth of seven 7 inches, for the founda
tion course, a bed o! the li.r.e b-oken stone,
w bich shall not exceed from Ibree to four 4j
inches iu diuicn ion.
This conrse of larire stone shall he evenly ai.3
and closely spread nd rolled, true to tbe ally sec
tion, over the lirsl course there shall be spread
a second course ot small stone, broken to nass
tliroii'h a two slid a half Jl Inch rinit.toa depth
of seven IT! Inches at tt.e crown, which shsll also
be well He. tht. F:rlsb!ue tbe work there shall I. I
spread over the broken stone a .ayer or ond pravel
at least two i Inches thick, which shall be rolled
down by the street roller tothe trie section of lae
a'ley.audthe wholepave pent, w hen so cnmuleted,
snail neat least twelve iUJ lnct.es in depth.
Sru. . '1 hat the whole cost andeapeuse oftbe
Improvement provided for in section 1 of this or
dinance, incluning Hie cost, making the assess
ment and collecting-the special tax, shall be raised
aud paid by special taxation, and satd Scli tax
sualt be levieu. assessed and collected upon aud
fioiu the blocks, lots and parts of lota, contiguous
to and touching those art of said streets which
aie hereby ordered to oe paved, in proportion to
the frontage of ss id blocks. I
loss am parts ot lots
Usm tbe said (in Mi of said streets that are to be
pavtd as aforesaid. Tbe total amount thus to be
raised to he 9X5.uiNl.iil.
Said siieclal taxation is to be levied under srti
cle nine KJ of an act of the Tneral assembly, eu-
titled "an act prov ding for the incorporation of !
cities and villages," approved April loth, ls?i.
heretofore adopted by tbe said city of Kock
sir. 3. That the amonnt of said special taxa
tion, for said improvement, shall he divid: d Into
Installments, the drst of which shall be twemy
ve l-f.) per cen' of the total or said assea-ment,
and which shall he due and payable from and
after confirmation of said assessment. The re
maining poriion of said assessment, af .er deduct
ing the Urst said installment, shall be divided in
t four equsl annual installments, which said in
stallments shall lie patahie annually thereafusr,
and collected in the same manner that other ass
essmentsare culiected. Each of the fonr 4J last
named installments shall bear interest at tnt rate
of six ;) per cent per annum, from and after the
Urst day of July next siicceedinK the confirmation
ol said aasessment. Provided, that the whole of
said as-esMiieiit, or any Installment or install
ments thereof, may be aid at any tim.i at the op
tion of the owner or owner of aald lots, b ocks
pieces or tracts, in which case interest shall be
charged only to me time of payment, aud upon
such payment the property for which said pay
ment is made shall be discharged from the lieu of
nac. 4. Payment for the said impoverarnt
shall be made in the following niauner: rotn
the amount of Ihe drst psvment. when It shall be
collected, shall lirsl lie paid all the cost of making
the said assessment, Inc udinR court costs, sur
veying and inspecting. The remainder of said
payment shall ihen be paid to the person or per
sons entitled thereto, on the contract for said
work. Tbe amount remaining due upon the con
tract for said improvement aua.l then be divided
into four (4) equal parts, and a voucher sh.il be
Issued by the said city to tbe person or persons
entitled thereto for ea h part payable in aame
otderand manner that the installments are pay
ahie, and said vouchers shall In-a.- tt.e aame rate
ef interest, per annum, that said installments bear,
aud he maue payable to the order of the peraon or
persons entitled thereto, and state the improve
ment and instalment for which they are issued,
and any person or persons accept lug the voucher
as i rovided herein fur work done or performed,
upon the said improrementor their assigns, shall
have uo claim or lien uHn the snid city, in any
eveut, for the payment or said vouchers or the in
inleresl, except tor the collection of the Install -incuts,
for which said vuueters are lisued.
sec 5. That Aldermen Knox. Schroeder and
Geiger be, aud they are hereby appoieuted com-mis-ionbrs
to make an estimate of the cost of
Raid improvement aud euch part thereof, includ
ing a seoarate estimate of the cost of labor, ma
terial, and lawful cost aud exenae of making and
collecting said assessment, auu all legal costs and
charges of the court re ating thereto, and report
the same to the city council In writing.
Sac. 6. L'ljou the aiioroval of said rennrt he that
city council. It shall be the duty of the
city cerk to advertise in the da ly papers of the
city of Kock Island, for at least twenty 4)) day
for bids for thj improvement speriued, aud tie
shall mail marked coniea of aald advertisement to
all contractors whose uanies shall be f urnlshed by
any citizen of th e city. All bidders shall be re
quired to deposit sealed bids for said work, with
the city clerk, prior to six lol o'clock of .Mondnv
bach proposal mutt he accompanied hv a cer
tified check noon some Kock island bank forJL'jifi.
Out) payable to the order of the mayor of thecliv
U I. 1 .1 .1 -1 .. i . , . ,
mn.. leiBuu, wHicn ciiece is u ue Toreiteannu
paid to Ihe city ol Kock island ia case the party
to whom the contract is awarded shall fill to exe
cute the contract so awarded and fumi-h bond In
the sum of ten thousand dollars SlO.OUO.UOJ with
surerie auu cvuuiuons saiisraciory to me mayor
within tea 101 uays after the awarding of the con-
tract. And the council aliall have tbe risht to
reject any and all bids
Passed October SSrtb, 1890.
Attest: WILLIAM McCONOCBTB,
Romkkt KoiBua, ataror
ISealJ ctty Clerk. , - "
Jtaat)l te getas Estimate Before Contracting.
" . sat asaatalaaiaway
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
THE ROCK ISLAND
HOUSEHOLD WORDS ALL OVER EUROPE.
to HouTEiys Gogoa
"BEST A GOES FArtTHEST."'
Now that its manufacturers are drawing the atttntion of
the American public to this rj and.ever sine- its invention,
the best of all cocoas, it will soon be appreciated here as well
as elsewhere all over the world. All that the manufactur
ers request is simply oihi trial, or, still better, a compara
tive test with whatever other cocoa it may be; tlton Vak
Houten's Cocoa itself will convince every one of its great
superiority. It is because of this superiority that the
English paper IfeaftA. says: "Once tried, always used."
mr ioiiom m.,lni.olT and 1 tff ea, as eawatantly V A M IIOUTFVH OX "OA.
r 30 Million Pounds
lBASK A RTI F.TI:K1 TKAK.
HH VP BECAUSE of all CHOCOLATES
Ilia It is 1 he purest and best.
Paris Exposition, 1SS9 y I co'loVeo'IS:
Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.
BRANCH HOUSE. UNION SQUARE. NEW YORK.
Bstate of Thomas Shea. Deceased.
The undersigned having been a, pointed exreu
ur of the last will and testament of Thomas
Shea, late of the county of hock Island, sta'e
f Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice, that he
will appear before the county court of Kock Island
lounly, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
he city of Kock Island, at the December term, on
he drat Monday in December next, at which time
til persona having claims against said estate are
Kititied and requested to atteud, forlhe purpose of
'ving the same adjusted. All persona Indebted
'o said estate are requested to make Immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17th day of October. A. D., IS'0.
riBItCK KaANK, Kxecnlo-.
JPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE.
Votlce Is hereby elven to all persons Interes-ed,
that the city council or (he city of Rock Mini.
Iioviiik ordered that : There be constructed in said
city an oiidervrouud aewrr commenc'tig aooul
evenly feet west of Eighteenth street, in Ihe
slley next sou lb, of Second avense running thence
west slon tbe center of -aid alley lo and across
Market square in a southwesterly direction and
there connect with a public sewer. Lav applied to
the county court of hock 1-lauU roiintv. in the
stste of Illinois, for an assessment of the "costs of
said improvement according to benefits: aud,
an asse-eemenl thereof having been made and
returned to said court, the final hearing t hereon
will be h-:d at the November term of siid court,
rommenrlDRon the loth day rf Noven.br r A. D.
I)0. j II pers ns deslrin? may then and there
appear and make their defense
Ua-ed at Kock Island, Illinois, this th day of
October A. D. 18SO.
.T. R. JfnN!T'N,
J II. CLKLAM).
SPENCER at ATTTSON.
Coat miss loners.
YRIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I Within and for the
VNortbtm Grand Division
StTHCMt CoCBT. ) of said Slate.
Error to Appellate Court of Illinois in and fc.r
the Second District.
Annette Uuver, Exe-ntril of the Estate of Samr.el
S. Gujer, deceased, Annette Uuyer. Kdward 11.
tiner and Annette tlnyer plaintifis In emir.
vs. John H. Wilson. Holmes (lake. Uronre M. i
i. naaes. William r. KiKirs. Mepncn A. Mair,
Alexander T. Bentlev. Tbomas J. Robinson.
Charles L. Walker, The Rock Island Paper oin
pauy, I'bileinoa L. Mitchell, Phil Mitchell. Wil
liam H. Uust, Elmore Durst and Cornelius
V. hlkxas. The said Annette Ouyer executrix of
the esta'e of Samuel S.-iuyer. deceased. Annet e
Uuyer, Edward H Ouyer and Annette tiuycr have
sued out a writ or error from said nupreme court to
reverse a jiidgmei t obtain d by said John H.
Wilsou airainst said Annette Uuyer. neeulrix,
etc , Anuet Oliver. Kdward B. Uuyer and An
nette Oliver in a certmu ram In wn ch Holmes
Uakea, tieorve M. D. Hakes. Wlll'sm T. Kin.',
ttenluu A, M in, Alexander T. Bentlev. Tbomas
J. Robins,io, Charles L. Walker. Tba Kock Island
Paper Oompai y. Philemon L. Mitchell, Come tua
Lynde. Phil alitcbeU. William H.Uestaud Elmore
w. Hurst are also parties in the said Aptellste
Court ot Illinois in and for tbe second district
which said writ of error is now peoding In bi
Supreme Court; and wher.-a. a writ of a.'iro
Facias baa been c.uly issued herein, returnable on
the drst dsy of the next term of said trnpreme
f'oart, to be Golden at Ot'awa, in sa'd st ate, ou t he
First Tuesday iu March, next, according- to law;
and, whereas, also, it appears by affidavit on Ilk; iu
the cl-rk'a oftice of sa d Supreme Court that he
said Holmes Hakes. UeomM. D. Make. U'll lam
! T. Kipgs. Stephen A. Main. Alexanner T. bentlev
are nou-re-ldaotrof tbe sta'eof Illinois, and Willi
out tbe reach of the process r t said Supreme court.
Now. therefore, you, the said Holmes Hakes,
UeorveM. I. Hakes, WiPismT. Rtk'fs. S'ephenA.
Main-. AlexanderT. Bentley. the said defendants
in error, whose non-resideiice appears as afore
said are hereby notilted to be aud appear before
tbe Justice o' aald snprrms Court, at the next
termof aald court to be holden at ottaa a, in aai J
:a:e. on the First Toesdav In March next, to bear
the record aud proceeding brought Into aald
Supreme Court on return ot said writ of errors aud
the errors assigned, if you 'hall see lit, and further
to do au2 receive what said court shall order iu this
Dated October Wth, A. TV. imo
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
' LjECEIVKRS SALE
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
Rocs IftLaND Colutt, 1
tn the Circuit Court In Chsnrery.
John Pectz. administrator cum testamerito annexn
of tbe estate of Bslley lavenport,deceased, vs.
the l.ock Island and Milan Mreel Kailway Com
pany, Charles II. Stoddard. J. F. Kolnnsmi,
Elmore Hurst, Peter Fries and J. U. Maalc.
Johu Peetz. administtator rum tolamnto an
nexn of Ihe estate of Hsilev Davenport, nr.
ceased, vs. the Korfc Island A Milan Street
Kailway Company. Ezra Wilcher, John W.
Stewart, James M. M.intg .rnerv, Edwin li.
Frazer, Ivl sharp Frederick Weverhaenser,
Frederick C. A. benkmaun William P. Hal.
ligan, Knss Wondmansee, Thomas S. Silvis.
loui. V Erkhart and John E. Downing.
George Downing, Sr., James Downing and
Thoruaa Downiug, partners etc., as Downing
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of the cirruit court In and for the county of
Kock Island in tbe state of Illinois, entered in Ihe
above entitled causes on the Thirtieth Smh day
of September, A . D , IBM), I shall on Sat urdav, tbe
Sixth l) day of December. A. I) , IMW. at the
hour of ten fll o'clock In tbe forenoon of said
nay at tne norm ac
loor of th eonrt house in in.
ty of Kock Island In aald county of Hock Island,
ill, (subject to the approval of and confirmation
by said circuit court.) at public anrtion tothe
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
at. er anil In said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of said defendant the Hock Island t Milan
Street Kailway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of Kock Island through and
along tbe streets and avenues of said cltv to a
point at or near the southern limits of aald city,
and tbenceover It right of way and in part over
and along certain roads and hlgbwavs in tbe loan
of South Kock Island to and over the nr!dge now
owned by tbe said citv of Rock Island spanning
Uis-.k river between tbe town of Sears and tbe
town of Milan, and thence over and along certain
streets and public grounds in aaid town or city of
Milan to its terminus therein and including tbe
branch extending from the town of Sears afore
said to Ihe high point on the blnffa of Kock river
knowu as Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company's right of way, real
estate, leam, road-bed. track, side tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and station bouses,
barns, motors, rolling stork, care, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements aud belongim-s aud all
said railway company's propertv. appliances aud
appurtenances of every sort, kind aud description
whatsoever now be ion sing to and owned by raid
defendant railway company, including those now
lo tbe possession or control of Frederick Uses,
heretofore apnotnted receiver herein, and all such
which may hereafter ard prior to such sale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertheless all money
belunvlng lo said street railway ct-nipany now In
the hands of said receiver and all such as may
arise f mm or grow out of the use of said lallwsy
property aud franehi.es.or may come to sa d le
ceiver prior to hit surrendering possession or said
railway nd property as bv said decrra urovidedi
together with ail tbe rights, privilege and fran
chises of said-defendant railway company lo
maintniuanl operate it raid railway and carry on
its business, and to maintain and operate tts said
railway over, along, across and through the reels,
alleys, nwds and public grounds of said citv of
Kock Island, ssld town of Milan aud sa'd towuship
of So nth Kock Island, and over and along the
said bridges spsnn ng Kock river, and all other
right, privilege and franchise whatsoever hc
longlngto or connected with toe said railway com
pany; all ef said railway, premises, property,
rights and privileges being situated in the county
of Kock Island af. repaid aaid sale being subject
nevertheless to all Hen lor taxes urassessmsiita,
general or swcta), whu h may have accrued and re
maiu tht reon prior to such sale.
TEKMS OF SALE. Ten thousand in,(i00
dollar in casta down at the time of aaid aale, and
the remainder upon lbs approval and coiihnnution
of such aale bvsaid circuit court.
Hated at hock Island, Illin.m, this 5th day of
November, A D.ltr90.
- FREDERICK TIA9S,
- Receiver anf Special Mastecio Chancery.
John Volk & Co.,
t House Builders.
-' -MaaaetaTa - '
Saatb, Door, Blind. Biding; Floorlac
. : ' WaiUOOtaUDw, i.
". . '" ": - " awlMiiiaV 1
ARGUS, - FRIDAY. NOVEMBER. T
THE TRAVELERS MODE.
CniCaOO, KOCK ISLAND A PACIrMC KAIL
way Depot corner Klf t h avenue and Thirty-
rst street, f. U bkelton, ageni.
4:50 am 1 flO ara
5:Bn mm m r pm
S:x9 pm l:0fi pm
Council rlluSs A Minouau- I
la Day Rxpress (
Kansas City Day Kxpres. ..
Council ttlurla i atiBoeao- I
a Rllttua. I
TtfO pm; 7.-fi5 a
Council Bluffs" imsha i
Limlleti Vestibule m.. I :" am
Kansas city Limited 10 66 pm H:it am
tto1ng west. ttinieat. i)aily.
RtiUTK C, B. It. RAIL-
JCJ way Depot Vint avenue and Sixteenth m.
M J. Young, went,
ft. Lioa.F bxpresa
St. Louis Hirress......
Fsnl Exprpae. ,
) i.v aiva.
a.4 am 4 am
Ted pm 7:16 pm
D To pm . e iVj am
i :ii pm- iu b.1 am
Way Krel ht (Monmouth)...
VTav Frelirht (Sterilnct
7:lAam! 6 '46 pm
StenlruT Passenger 1
10: am' :0upm
GllirAOt). MILWAVKEB ST. PAl'L KAIL
way Racine A bouthwestern Division De
pot Twei tleth si reel, between First and becoud
avrnoe, E. D. W. Holmes, arrnt.
:46 a ,
uau auu Exprvsr ,
.-t, Pul Exp- ss.,
'. & Accor modatt -n...
JfM modal ion
RiH K ISLAND A PEOKIA RAILWAY DK
pot F rst svenne and Twentlrtb street. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
Sl'&am, 7 r pra
2:10 ami I slpa
10aml S-flO pm
4 OOprn! 1X mm
Fast Mall Express
MOST DIKIT.CT ROUTS TO THK
-East ai:d South East
I aaailMfi wbst.
m 17 pm
4 S7 pm
4 10 pat
8 IS am
S ISam lv R, I.I'd ar
3 .if! pm
a VI am
0 Ni am
1 48 t mi
. . Wyoming..
.Peoria .. .
11 M am
to 00 am
i If. am
S . po
4 :S pin
10 7 am
10 Ml am
1 IS pm
V 6 pm
3 sr pm .Springfield
7 25 pm Nt. luis. Mo
S "7 pmasnvtilu. 111.
J.1S I'miTorre Haute.
I SOanil Evan.vllle .
I. L.oui.ville .
a to am
7 0 am
7 45 aaa
10.) pm Inclnnali O
Passenger trains arrive and depart f rota l aioa
Acrommodatiofi train leaves Rock Island :4S
p. m. arrives at Peoria no a. m Leaves Peoria
7 :in p. m arrive ai Kock Island Ine a m.
... A Slau
... ! 7 So an
w 'laX AC I Acc.at.
s.lu u tin pm
in am ft OS pm
11 ami ft 40 pm
Lv Rock I'land .
A IT. KeVIhllds....
ft 15 am
i Ac-om. iIAAci Accom.
.... i am litlsipra (.45 pat
.... 7.10 aw 145 pm 4.25 pm
.. . I 805 am a m pm! J0 pm
Chair car on Pa. I Kxrre. hetwrcn Kock Island
anu reon a in nota aireeuons.
U. B Sl'DLoW, it. 8TorKHOfI.
Superintendent. tten'l Tkt. Atfent.
si MAiX TRMN with Ilectric lighted end
steam heated Veitibuled trains between Chl-
"-w. aiiiwanker, su Pan land Minueapol is.
1KAXNTI5'NTAL R)IT with Klee'rlr
lighted and steam bested Vestibule train be
tween Chicago and Council BiuBs, Omaha or
St. 1'aul and the PacUic Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL RofTK bet wee a Chicago
-v. iv anu ov. josepu. Bio.
BTlin MILK fF ROAD reachm all principal
points In Illinois Wiseamsin. Mionnota, Iowa.
Missouri, South Dakota and North Dakota.
Por maps, time table, rates of passsgs and
Irslght, etc., apply to the nearest station agent
. - . .... . i..v. m Du j-am nsuvtr, or
to auy railroad agent any where In tne world.
ROHWELL MILLER. A. V. H. CARPENTER,
General Manager Uee'l Paaa. T. Agt.
-For Information in reference to Land and
Towns owned by by tbe Chicago. Milwaukee
ram Kailway Company, write to H. O. Haa-
b.-h. una tiommissioner Milwaukee. Wikcousib.
A. D. HUESING.
Represent, among other tme-tned ana well,
known FlreDisurauceCompanic hs following:
Royal Insurance ComiianT, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of M . V.
Buffalo German Ins Co., buffalo. N. V.
Rochester German Ins Co., Koc healer, N. T.
. Citiaen In. Co., of i'lttsburvh. Pa.
Sun Fire Ofuoe. London.
I'nion Ins. Co., of California.
Security In. C-.. New Hnvan. Conn.
Iliwaukee Meclianic Ins. Oo . Milwaukee, Wis
uouuuriiriHI,UL,lll ttKiria, 111.
Offiott Cor. 18th St., and St-cond Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After Si rears rrjerlenre la tearhtnar i..m.
mental Music, I trill promise you mors theory with
leM lessuiu for the least money of any teacher la
ondar our supervision, given each Juvenile pnpil
leacbera will save money to order their Music
Books of us. One-third off of marked price oa
Sheet ron.tc to every on. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music room. lu Second avenue.
Hock Island. .
W Bake a siieclalty of teaching Inexperienced
teacher how lo teach.
- Addres sac at I4UA Brady He, Davenport, la.
MKS. C. A. NEBEKJCR.
'Al t, -I Pm IB IrXDiUaiBtaaAsrw. AiaaK W
If .t. OP. S.e ISn, I. a S. r-
- . . 7 . aaasas jaaaaaaaasjaf WvaJk mmn mmmW mTHMt
, , if J,, ftftmi f iT iTTj V"" an a) air. Tmf
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. YEUQUKY, Mantucr.
tSuccrtS'ior tt Adatuson & Rnick,
0 PRACTICAL MACHINIST,
JfS Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet.
General Jobbing and Re pairing promptly done.
HtT"9erond Hand Marliineir bought, sold and repairfd.
F. G HOPPE.
I - , 1 1 1 a
rrZ. Z a
T a warn - J ' r
Fur Laities' Fine Shoes In all tbe near tjlcs anj pa'tro.
For Ladies' Fin Party Slippers io Dear ami catchy shaJra.
For Men' Talent Leather. OrCovaa aod French Calf la new fall l)!e.
STABY, BERGER ft SNXLL,
Scconil an.l Hariisnn St
-Choice Family Groceries-
Cr. ThirJ avenue an ! Twenty-flr.t St . It i;k Islan l.
A rtlas slock of Groceries that will beeold at trwrel liitr( pnrsw. A shars of paklte
patron are aotlciteil.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 26rl Fifth Anoue. RtX'K ISLAND
fWStm stois, new stork, tbe best ( ds at th lowest prices. A share nf patronage olicltej.
House and Sign Painter.
Fir.t-clsasOralnltu; an3 Paper tlantinr;.
P. O. Box 672.
Nwal PasiSKP, I ljfM(
a , v . . I ir?vj-a''
aiibvs rain ana I v.v woi
uivrrvm 1 r'. k A
Heal the Sore.
Braell. L1XJ K- uA.
TRY THE CUReHAY-FEVER
A particle I applied Into earh k'SHril and I
arreeabla. Mm aoeeaia at laramns; bv mail
reaistereit. Ho cent. SLY It Kuril gtt 4. war
re street Mew York.
ES AND LIVES-
Br nslnc A. P. 8rhrai4's, tbe finaeer resi
dent LibtalnK UwU dealer o.lebralcd
whica ha keeps cuustanttjr on hand. Anr y,b, ro
rr bow cntapiicau-at. mnmm in lac atust
adetitlnc mauas-r. nlil:on tr.
Vricea and oualur 0a4.
A. F. SCHMIDT.
Wo. fcfl TaealleU. u. koit l.md.
R. R. TICKET
(Maaxsaa isjintaa Ttcka. Beokawa' taw)
Umbvoxb Ratxs to iu Ponrrs.
vr jr.x -aa jaaaaas Bi
Tbey htrt goi it.
It will mk your hone Ittppj.
It will Bot ft or Mook.
It ku Urg ath pas.
It ha beTj tel boJj.
It kcrp Arm U nlgbL
IT I Tit
the grandest produriioa of mndcr li met.
Wm loTite jou to ca.ll b1 ciftmiM our
immrnie lis of Riverside Stove aod Rtogem.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
AUD GAS FITTER.
AND DEALER tN
Wrought aoi Caet Iron and Lead rijH
Hoe, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tiln.
Sieain and Oas Fixtun-s.
work at fair prices. ElitnU furntibetl.
Or.M anl sh ip 219 18lh St. Tclrpbonc list.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Second Avenue,
; No IPOS Second enne.
1 T f-. 1..
: IkOCIk IALAIIU. 11.1.
S.ircea.nr to O. M Scbo.Ut, DaTeBport.
- aler ia-
hos Fourth Ava. not. i sr. and Sal Su.
J. M. BUFORD,
C CH-4 L
aw a4 raw as. Tse uu i
LOSSffi PROMFfLY PAD.
aasaatas avw as aa. M -waj mm mmmt
pwr riawva 4
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
m t a teas V tSe sw 4. wm a., tt aarsw trnKm
IhTii'",Ti"b " " tJTS
r"W 4 tus -rr haat eat a. t l-.m tTZH2
. An Uws 711mTyi!Z
v,''hT J" "rZ-ZZm
K , K Iweer, PWfcrr, Xnr CaaaiaaaJ mm4
? awalirr aw4 timer aaaaaalad as m
""r Prvse aiw lbs U.M his . ah
aa4 tf .ana we vua. mmi mm the a nil Mini a
nosy ft inrr, aw ai aara
Bi. yJ T L.U ia at as aaa l
Call mr m Cor iSnto
Mai' m4 i.pi.i.i. a. s. a. n a ss an
Tba Oraat Fiaaia - a
Das' rVrWtv-Al Ml -
ZJ.STlt a-e nwj axiTS
P''Si 10 r" . 'all dlrretkana
"x mtimrmm twass lae SV.
Para iataaa. Jauua ab c tw. i .i
a . i aai BSM ajf mU
asasia a .nil amstaltlnnn
't-a.'"aar r.Wriq.ta. Ltaia.
avi. ta V'suas a ytmrnmummH,
Bed Room Bets,
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
AUK NOW COMPLETE.
VfTCall xJ aee our lia.
No. 103, 103 and 107 East Second Su
J. B. ZIMMER,
Baa jat returwej fro Europe awl mouU (ac War4 U Li '-'. ' a:
ail t'lss-e of tittttot ia
Stau Buk, Orrtf itk UanrcR II.ik.
FALL. AND WINTER SUITINGS
f. 91 Lave Wa rrenaeil.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Aczzt.
C J. W. SCUIlEINEIa,
Contnictor antl 13nilil(r
rtaa mmA SBecttVatMa. f rwfc M all rlasee W th. amat a W .lire ' r-.. u U
Hit-, saaxaia aw. si.sk mm airaai.
IWCK ISLAM. ILL.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Guilder.
Office aid tbp Onrncr 8cciVajt ft . T 1 I 1 J
aaJ rVrrttU, A eeaU. ' KUK hllTlC
W All kteda of ArUMlc ara-a a nsru'.ti. faw a cataaatM far all kfe a i.t-0
K.raa., i oa a;i-tasatiuk.
(Harveaaaar a OblwwiWr A Irrrl
Contractor and Builder.
8hop Third arenan, beiwn 10th aod 11th itr-t,
(TrM Rod, . M .i.a l )
aT All klad. f Carprww work and rr-pairlac 4avo getiafarUi r-ia-T
Has opraed Lu Ne aasl ?prtu
No. 1P20 to ThirJ ave-nn".
vtbere be arnuM tat pVaM-d la are LU fiirtt.1..
1AB ktad. a7 drttib a aril as la aavd rn.-r nt-AH w.n avows t M " ' -'
If p are la law rttf aba oa a aaa get at. hawst k.sf llaaervses e, tr.aa tH -.. V.
cr. nvr. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AB.rACTvfcia Or ClkCKIt AB klsCCITs
Ask jnur Omrtt for tkeam Tl-ry are t-t
tr paclaltlss; Tba CVIrfi "OUT If aa4 Oe ( art r "Wirfl"
IfKK lLAM IU-
P. W. HERLITZKA.
No. S29 Twratietb Street, w it u Cara1 rVbrwiW rr rj. U iT
for Baa mtiac
BOOTS AND SHOES, C V
Madtlatbalalawt atria. Aaa rww.Ha 4w ariib aula mmA Qanwrtrb.
Practical Tile anfl firict M Layer. .
611 Tveatj-flrat SU Yard Bear St. Paul Depot,
Rock Ida. IX
DAVIS & CO,'
A casaplrto ,r.
lines OiknIu. 'm Hi
Ilos-, Yir llrirV. Kir
DEAN STEAM PUVPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUBR.CA10FS.
af f araau a ess ry mt imrtr. at..t ' f
Tvrmtf mmfm trtaV. to . . (- ..
Hafetj' Iletinc Doilrr wti C m tt, 1 n
furaiahlas; aaid tatlac HCalar. ai.J
KU ftv In
Telrytnats lis Itea'ose . .. ; t i i
COMPLETE IN ALL
riar CwlaaOCtMw alddnsal
J. O. DUBCAX.
fanlil li tmt ear asarTOaar BrVk ta taW asarkaa. Lafiac arbrkk