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i llK KOCK ISLAND AltGUS. SATURDAY; NOV EMBEH K: 1890.
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Last Night's Adjourned Meetin? of
the Common Council.
Ke-aaiwttnaa at Repee- ta the late Aid.
Ill Bad nther Actloa rertalnlaK ta
Cm Cocsi.il Rooms. Rock Island.
Not 7 Tl e council met io adjourned
aesaicn at 8 p. ta. Present. Mayor Mc
Conocuie and all tbe aldermen. The
major rated that G -o. Bica. contractor
for thi otw engine bouse, asked an al
lowance on 4l; work adranceil. Alder
man Scbroeder moved that $800 be al
lowed to Mr. Bi k on account. Motion
carried and amount allowed by uaaoi
Alderman Corken. from tbe ipecial
committee on lire and light an 1 finance,
reported as follows:
By carefully examining the bids for
the sale of city property we find the fol
lowing to be the highest bidders: Ar
thur Barrall for Wideawake hrse house,
flOO; tame for bell, ?25; Valetitine Dau
ber for Rescue bose house and lot. $055;
John W. Rocbe for Holj hose house and
lot, 450; II. C Bogges for lot In block
80, Chicago or Lower addition, $800, aod
recommended that tbe lame be accepted."
On motion the report was received and
tbe bids as recommended accepted by
Aldermac Knox reported an ordinance
granting to tbe Moline and Kock island
Ho se Railroad Co. tbe riubt to lay a rail
road track or switch across and along
Second avenue, so as 1 1 connect the track
to be built at the corner of said avenue
and Twen y-third stieet with tbe tracks
of the C, R. I. & V. and tbe C. B & U
R R for tbe terra of twenty years, and
moved its adoption. Adopted unani
Alderman Knox, from tbe street and
alley committee, recommended that tbe
grade as ettablished on Eighteenth street
remain as recorded on the map of street
grades. The report was received aod
Aldermau . Tindall, from the sewer
committee, recommi nded that a 8;x-inch
tile sewer be laitl to carry off tbe waste
water from the Oarnsey Fq'iare watering
troutb. Kecommendalion adopted.
Tbe clerk read a petition from Jobn
Witt, of Ditveoorl. as to locating bis
bathing establishment on this side of tbe
river next spring, convenient tor public
nasi. Referred to tbe committee on fi
Alderman Scbroeder informed tbe
council of the demise of Alderman Prank
III, and begged tbe privilege to offer tbe
Whereas. It bat been tbe will of tbe
Most High to remove from our midst our
honored member and colleague, Frank
WdERKAR, The city council of the city
of Rock island has lot an earnest and
energetic member: therefore be it
littolved. That while we bow with sub
mission lo Hia will, we deeply deplore
tbe Ion or one, who, by bis many virtues
and sterling qualities, has endeared bis
memory to all who knew bun; a faithful
and Indefatigable memoer of our body,
a am a ana accommodating cclleague.
Iletvlctd, That tbe city of Rock Inland
bas lost a good, honest and upright citi
len ol unquestionable Integrity and par
ity of character and priuciple, one who
was ever mindful of tbe interests of tbe
city and was ever ready to assist and
contribute to the bent of his ability to
tbe advancement of tbe same, and that
bit constituency bas lost a true and duti
Ktflctd, That the city council of
Rock Ixland pay to our worthy member
our trioute of our appreciation and re
apect and that we extend our sincere and
heaitfelt sympathy to bit family and
relatives in this, their hour of affliction.
Jieolctl, That this city council partici
pate in a body in the burial exercises and
funeral o( our deceased collexgue, aud be
HetoUtd. That these resolutions be
spread upon our records and a copy he
torwaraea to the ramily and near rela
tives of our deceased member, and that
the same be published in tbe newspapers
or mis city.
i ne same were adopted by a rising
voTe oi me council.
On motion of Alderman Corken the
council chamber and tbe chair occupied
ny ute late Alderman Frank 111 were or
dered draped in mourning for thirty davs
Alderman Scbroeder moved that tbe
mayor appoint a committee to make
auitable funeral arrangement t. Motion
carried, aril the mayor appointed at such
committee Aldermen Corken. Tindall aod
On motion tbe council adjourned.
Koiikrt Koehi.kr, City Clerk
Wars, of Kl.s.n..
The Davenport Democrat of Thursday
Two years ago William H. Oest was
elected to congress in tbe Rock Island
district of Illinois by a republican plu
rality of 2.077 votes. On Tuesday Mr.
Cest was defeated by more than a thous
and voles by Ben T. Cable. This is not
ouiy a re ouae to air. ueat for bis parti
tan machine methods but it U an IkOnor
to a young man whose lecord is without
Winn, wuo.o aoniiy is Known; ana Whose
fltneat for publ c life in the halls of con
gress Is unquestionable. Few. if any,
, candidates for congress on any ticket
have been so slandered during tbe past
few weeks as Mr. Cable and few have
come out of the contest more completely
vindicated. The writer baa per
sonally known Mr. Cable for
12 years, and during that time be has
been as modest, as public-spirited, as
honorable in all hia dealings as any young
man could be. lie has been liberal in
advancing tbe interests of Ids state; be
has won the respect of the workingmeo
In his employ, and be has been a man
among men. True, he possesses wealth,
but it is also true that he bas the knowl
edge, tbe judgment and the inclination to
use that wealth unselfishly and for both
the public and the private works of good.
His victory is a recognition of the
younger element of the democratic party,
one of whose members Mr. Cable is.
The people of tbe Eleventh Illinois con
gressional district will be served by Mr.
Cable better than they have been repre
sented by any congressman for years.
In thla connection it should be stated
that tbe plurality or Mr. Cable ia 1,815.
C'aa't Me Fit lit
Tbe A. Stauber Manufacturing com
pany, of Clinton Iowa, have written
Mayor Lawrence that tbey contemplate
removing their plant to some point
where they can secure more room. They
are pants manufacturers, and now em
ploy 200 bands, but c!aim to be able to
Increase their force to 800 hands. Ster
Here it a pointer for our Improvement
association which ought to have a
meeting about next Thursday nlgbt. The
industry to which reference is made above.
It it learned from a gentleman who It in
a potition to know, is a valuable one, and
one that it will be of great advantage to
any city to secure. Will Rock Island
make an effort to induce it to come hereT
The question teems to be one wholly at
to land, and tbut arises the long ditcusaed
project of the land eyndicate. a matter
that should be disposed of without lon
ger delay. Now that public attention it
diverted from political discussion, it
cannot be transferred to a subject more
worthy of it than euch matters a tbia.
The name and fame of Dr.BulI't Cough
Syrdp are known throughout tbe land
and everywhere it ia relied upon at the
tpeclflc for cough t and colds.
Thongh there are cycles of Time, It Is
reasonable to assert that the old gentle
men never rode them.
A BLESJ?KD WOKK.
The I,cdlra' RHIrr ttoelet y-IVkat It
Maa AeeeaBpIiahed and What ic
The Ladiet' Relief Society of this city
wishes to 'call attention to itt work . The
tewing school began its regular meetings
last Saturday in tbe old high school
building with an attendance o twenty-
three little girla and six teachers. At
the close of last year the school numbered
ninety pupila and as large a number It
expected this year to continue tbe course
of work planned. The ladies feel that
tbey bave done good work, especially
among th e tick and afflicted. Tbey have
endeavored to make good use of what bas
been given them and to discrimi
nate between tbe worthy and the un
worthy poor. As the society wishes to
depend cpon the feet of members for itt
financial support it is hoped that the
membership may be large. Those who
feel that tbey cannot become active may
become honorary members upon the pay
ment of tbe annual fee of ft. Any dona
tions for tbe tewing school or any cloth
ing for the poor may be tent to tbe old
bigb school building any Saturday after-
roon between aod 4 o'clock.
Tbe chairman of tbe soliciting com
mittee for tbe First ward ia Mrs. Mc
Kown; Second ward, Mrs. James Buford
Third ward, Mrs. Knowlton; Fourth
vjtrd, Mrs. Wm. Jackson; Fifth ward,
Mr. Schmidt; Sixth ward. Miss Jennie
Thompson; Seventh ward, Mies Margaret
Weyerhaeuser. These ladiea. or any
other officers of tbe society, will be glad
to receive membership fees.
itvf Year Xtan ta the Directory
Now that the new directory for this.
city is rapidly nearing completion tbe
people who through a desire to avoid the
trouble of giving their names and ad
dresses, or from a misapprehension of tbe
uses aod purposes of a city directory, have
failed to respond to tbe questions of th5
canvassers, should bear in mind that it is
to their own direct interest that their
names, properly spelled and their ad
dresses correctly designated, should ap
psar in the book, especially thoie of
foreigners or their descendants, a unex
pected legacies have before now fa len to
many who would undoubtedly Lave never
received them had they not been traced
through the medium of directories. 8
now that tbe chance is ftill open we
would impress upon all who are not sb-io-
lute'y positive that tbey have beeu prop
erly canvassed, that they enould ca'l at
tbe directory office, !7 2 Second avenue
and tender the necessary informnion as
tbe publishers hnve done their utmost to
obtain everybody, and if anybody is
omitted it will not be the fault of any one
A the Tn-atre Tonight.
Ezra Kndhll in his famous "Pair of
Kids" will set tbe face for laughter at
Harper's theatre tonight and he premises
to give our amusement seekers all the fun
they are looking for. This is tbe sixth
successful season with this famous musi
cal comedy and its first visit to Rock Isl
and. The Stuart Comedy Compnny nprns
a week's engagement at II irper'a theatre
next Mon lay night and will present a new
play each night.
4 E. Mumma to James Rathburn.
part of lot 6. Saddors, Smith & Devote's
addition to Port Bvron. S5iJ0.
Adam Ellis to E. Mumma. prtof lot
6, Sif'Jnrs. Smith fe Devort's addition to
Port Bjron. -5('0.
5 Estate of O. W. Park le tters of
administration issued to Sarah Park; bond
approved; inventory filed and approved.
A steward for Ntxa Dernrera.
It seems incredible that anyone ac
tuated by jealousy, we. presume, should
stoop so low as to deface advertising
aigns. Such actions are unheard of in
our history, and so determined are we to
find out by whom tbe cowardlv deed b
done that we will cheerfully give to anv
party brinnine positive proof, one hun
dred dollars (flOO.) Respectfully.
London Clothing Co.
Tt7o Point of View.
Stranger If a man falls down an open
coalhole can he suo the owner of the
premises for damages?
I-rfiwyer Certainly, sir, certainly, big
damages, and get them, too. Give ine
"Well, as my brother was passing
yonr house this morning he fell throtigh
a coalhole and broke hia leg."
'Hem! Did he nse ordinary vigilance
to prevent snch au accident? Did he
look at his feet as he walked? Did he
stop and examine the condition of the
pavement before entering upon it? An
swer me that, sir."
"Stop? Why, no"
"Ah, ha! I thought so. Guilty of
criminal negligence. Ho might have
fallen on one of my own family under
that coalhole might have killed ns all,
sir. As it is I shall sne him for damages
for Tnnssing np my coal bin." New York
The Itefliiition Ia What the Ouallty lan't,
Teacher (in Chinese mission) I won
der how many of yon know the meaning
of "merry?" (All handa up.) Very
good. Now you. Chang, may give n's
an illustration of its meaning.
Chang Melicun lady give Chinee boy
glinhes to wash. One plate fall on floor,
him blake in thlousand fifteen piece.
Melican huly cly loud. "Oh, mercy!"
A !.( mi In Kfaifit.
Yonnj; Cashly Aw, governor, can't
you let mo have a check for a hundred
Old Cashly Veto!
Young Cashly Aw veto! What does
Old Cashly (nihnioking) Aw gov
ernor; what does that mean? Mnnsey'a
inn I Aimm V..M!)
Aad 100 men to call on any druggist for
fnu. trial n.nl-arra rt T
Medicine, tbe treat root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kldneys'it it a posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
fir. 111. tf.nmnlblyM 1, h-. T .
it tbe best ' spring medicine : known.
nice JBi;agc- UU KVUIB. At ail
He: What makes the dini ncr room an
cold, dear She: -1 think, love, it must
be tbe frieze of the wall.
To thonsanda of people who bave tbe
laini oi acroruia in their Hood. Tbe
agonlea caused by the dreadful running
sores and other manifestations of this
disease are beyond description. There it
no other remedy equal to Hood's Baraw
parilla for scrofula, salt rheum and every
form of blood disease. It ia reasonably
sore to benefit all who give it a fair trial.
Be turn to get Hood's.
S100 Seward f 100.
Tbe readers of the Argus will be ol eased
to learn that tuere is ui least one dreaded
diseao that science ba ben able to cure
in all its stages, and that it catarrh.
Hall t Catarrh Cure ia the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
vatarrn oelng a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
airecuy upon tbe blood and mucous sur
faces of tbe system, thereby destroying
the foundation of tbe disease, and giving
tbe patient strength by building np the
constitution and assisting uature in doing
wore, ine proprietors have to much
iun in its curative Dowers, that thev
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. - Send for list of tes
F. J. Cfieeney & Co . Toledo, O
Sold by druggists, 75c.
New Spirit? Wm that a Ti-rv huit man
you just turned away T St. Peter: No;
.. , : a i i , . . .
uib rtrvuru in k'hj euouiu; out uts a oeen
the bead man in a amf.li town all hia lif.
and I know there'll be no liyiog with him
ADVIviB XO KOTHEKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
W'nslow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. lis value is incalculable. It
will relieve tbe poor little sufferer imme
diately. Dtpend upon it mo 'hers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates tbe stomach
and bowe's, cures wind colic, softens the
gums, reduces ir.fiaii mali -n and gives
tone and energy to tbe whole system.
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taste, and is the prescription of one of
tne oldest and best female curses and
physicians in the United States, and it
for sale by all druggists throughout the
world. Y rice 2a cents a bottle.
Tbe high price of ice provokes so many
Jones mat you win nna an tee wag-on
near y every paper.
Th. Great American Charna.
Sneezing, snuffling and coughing! This
ia lh n,n,ii u ' I toi.r- V. . 1 ..... 1
--" " ' vws-i ,u. :auu J Vint uuw.
"I've got such an awful cold in my head."
,ure it who ivy s t ream isalm or it may
end in the toughest form of catarrh Mav-
be you have cutarrh now. Nutbing ia
more nau-enns and dreadful. This rem
edy masters it as n other ever did. Not
n nun imr a uqtiKi. rieasmi, certain
Yon would think there is a premium
offered for fool. There are souisnv who
lse no opportunity for being foolish.
Tbe question hs been a'ked, "In what
resrxci are St. Patrick s pill better than
Rcy other?" Try them. Wu will find
thni tbty produce a plt-asantcr caihrtic
effi-ct, are more ceru-n in their hc' ion
and that thev not onlv onvsic, but cleanse
the whole systeti and reguK'e the liver
and bowels. Fr sale at 23 cents per
ox by Hartz UahnRen, driiirisis.
"I want ally-monev." said the wife of a
bowline-saloon keeper, w hen she sued him
for d vorce
Hiri coal Ma-ket.
Best quality Autbnicite coal, till sizes,
i 25 per ton. screened and delivered
25a ver ton discount for cash. Cannel
cosl f r grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on hand
E. O. FltAZKR
Wlion an infant my ImkIj- broke
out nil over vrirh an eruption or rastt.
which became more turgravated as I
frrew cldi-r. Every noted, physician
in our section was tried or consult
ed. Vii- n I c-mo of a-o I visited
Hot SiriiU!S, Ark, un-l was trer.ted
by the lest in.--1 teal men. l.ut was
not l-cncit i. Win n all things had
failed j iYUrminofl to try S. S.
and in s.-::p j;ior.tl:s was entirely
cured. Th, trrri'oie Eczema was all
fron. ri4t u s;l-u 2. ft ; my jreneral
health built tin, an-l 1 have uever had
any returnof ;'u?',ir,ease.
Geo. V. Irw:, Irwin, Ta.
Treatise on Blood and 5 tin Disoa-es mailad
raa. SWIFT Sl'ECIFJC CO, Atlanta, Ga,
Dr. S. E. M
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located iB
In the paat six months he has aucctn-fnlly
of tbe mt aevere character.
The names of a few who live In Davenport an
vioiui'y. who have been aueccsarulljr treated are
Mr A L Pain. Mrs Wary Watson, rbenmatiam;
MIm Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speiker. caiarrh;
Mia Anna Iavi. Mr Wm Sanker, acrofula: Mrs
J A Wianer. Mr F L Ma oubamer. heaft illaeaae;
Mra F W Mamhall, (!1 yeara auntling) pllea;
Mr Sainnel Sjeieta, (H ) piiea
Mr liah IVity ( 7 " ) niles;
Mrs May Wefdt. J A Wrlcht, Sarah Muu.on.
Frank tfayea, Wm Mciiranaban, N H Tbomp.on
These are a very few of the many teatltnonials
the doctor has but they are enonirh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly nndentand
the ennse and treatment of diaeaxe.
rrLwa of Manhood. Seminal Wcakneca, and
Errors or Youth. poaitWely and uannanently
3fToal lively no cane taken that cai.uot be
enred. Correapondenre accompanied by 4c la
sumpe promptly answered.
Office McOullongh'a New Elock. ,
W. Third Street, near Main,
f;t M-ELASTIc ROOFINQ FELT coataonly
.M per lou i)uare feeL Makea a paid roof
for yearn, and anyone can pnt It on. Scad etamp
for aample and fall particulars.
Oc Elastic Koorms Co.,
59 and 41 Went Broadway, Niv you.
Local Agents Wanted.
To aell the popular M. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CYlkMFT It itwnm h, T .Hlu. .ki. . .
. nw. v, m.u..b -'."HI, WHUIUli
and a good form, for particulars addreaa
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
lltvea Btrkkt, .. ELGIN, ILL.
WM. 0. KULP, 0. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
' Booms 8,7, and ,
Take Xlevator. ... . DAVBNPOHT. IA.
Vll Tl TlHC'C Teaches ItaatadeaUa
AIXLI INL O trada aiM then starts
SCHOOL OF & eT.erT'Ce'
m an iwntcuiut, m aaaimmxja.
Is tbe most auelent and mos: (eneral of all
diseases. Beareely a family ta entirely tree
from It, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's Barsapartlla has
b:td remarkable snecess In curing every form
of scrofula. Tbe most severe and painful
running sores, swellings la tbe neck or
goitre, liunior In tbe eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to tbe powerful
Heels of tbls medicine. It thoroughly re
smvea every trace ot Impurity from tbe
blood and builds up the weakened system.
oldbydroeglsta. 1; lsforf.t. Prrp&rsdOBty I Bold by Smvirlin. ft ; six for 10. Prepared oety
by C. L HOOD A CO.. Apothecaries. Lowen, Mssa. I fcy C. I. noOD A CO., Apotheeartee, Loweu, Mass.
IOO Doses One Dollar ( IOO Doses One Dollar
Bstate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
Ttie nnderaiirned haviriir been a: Domted execn-
or at' tbe last will and teatameot of Thomas
Shea, late of the county ot Hock Islaud, sla'e
of II Inois, deceased, hereby glvea notice that he
will ippear before the coaoty connofKock Island
coon ly, at the office of the clerk of said Co art. In
ine r ny oi noca tsiana, at tne uecemoer term, on
the ami Monday in uecember next, atwblra time
all p -irons having claims against said estate are
notit ed and requested to attend, for the pnrpoae of
ha vmi; the same adjusted. All persons Indebted
to aa .d estate are requested lo make Immediate
payment 10 tne nnaersurned.
Dated this JTth day of October. A. D.. W 0.
riKRCK KEASB. gxeculor.
RIT OF ERROR.
STA TR OF ILLINOIS, ) Wilhln and for the
VNorihtrn Grand Division
S n-REMI Cocrt. J of said Slate.
Error to Appellate Court of Illinois in and for
the irecond lnatrirt.
Anni-tteUuver. Kxeratrix of tbe Esutenf Samuel
6. -fiiyer. deceased. Annette Ouer. Bdward H.
er and Annette Gnver plaintifls In error,
va. John H. Wilson Holmes flake. Ot-orjre M.
l. tinkea. William T. Hurts, t-uphen A. Main,
A I. lander T. Belli I. y, Thomaa 4. Itobinson.
Ch rles I.. Walker, The Rock Inland Paper fom
paiiy, PhiieiuoiL. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell, Wil
lis n H. Ui-et, Eliuore liurst and Cornelius
WiitRSAa. Tbe a!d Annette Gnyer execntrix of
the tsta'e of Samuel S. Guyer. deceased, Annette
tiuyrr, EdwarOH Ooyer and Annette Unyer have
sued out a writ ot error from said supreme court to
reve -ae a judmett obtained by said John II.
Wils n ammst said Annette (iu)er, eieeutrix,
etc , Annette tfiiyer. Edward B. Unyer and An
neit Outer in a certain caat in wh-ch Holmes
HK, , (ieor.f M. D. Ilskea, Will sm T. Kiifss,
Step hi A. Mnin, Alexander T. Hentlev. Thomas
J. Robinson. I'barles L. Walker. The Rock Island
Patar Compai-y. Philemon L. Mitchell, C'nrneiiua
Lym e, Phil Mitchvil. William H.Uestan-1 Elmore
W. liurel are also partus in the said Amiellata
Conn of Illinois in and for the second dl-trul
whirh said writ of eiror is now penoing in eid
Supi-me Court; and whereas, a writ of Sclra
Fcls has been tuly Issueil herein, returnable on
the 1 rft day of the next fc-rm of said Supreme
4'oarr, to he bolden at iltiaai, in .-aid state, on the
Firt Tuesday hi March, next, accordins; to law;
and, a-hereas, al, it appears by aflidaviKm tile lu
ihe t Irrk's fhee of sa d etiipreme 1'fHirt that he
s-,td -lolmes Hakes, Oeoiya M. l. Hakes, William
T. Ki is, Stephen A- Main. Alexanoer 1. Bentley
are n m residents ol the aia-e ot Illinois, and with
out the reach of tbe prwesa I said Supreme conn.
tiw, therefore, you, the said floltnra Hakes.
Oeor ;e M. It. Rakes, Wil ism T. Risk's, ephen A.
Mam AieiandrrT. Bentley, tie said defnndants
in error, whose uon-tesidence aptears as afore
said are hereby no'Ued to be and appear before
the J -it-Hi es or said Suprt m Court, al the next
term jf said conrt to be bolden al otta- a. In said
s:a.e on the First Tuesday lu March next, tohi ar
the record and proceedings bromchl into aald
Supn-meConrton return of said wnt of errr arid
thee -r-jrs assigned, if you shall see fir, and further
to do io j receive what said conn shall order in this
Dated October th, A. f.. isfin
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
ECKIVKR S SALE
STATE OF tt.I.ISOIS,
hon 1u..d coiirtt. im
In the Circuit Court in Cbsncerv.
John Peetz, administrator cum testamelito annexo
of I be esiaie of Bailey Pavenport,'-eceaed, vs.
the i.ock Island aid Milan 'tree t Railwav C -ru-
l-snv. Charles H. Stoiidard. 1. P. Robinson.
Elmore Hur-t, Peter Fries aud J. O. Vassic
John Peetz. administrator enm testanrnto sn
nei o of the estate of Bailev liavenpori. ae-
-es-ed. vs. the Rock tslunJ A Milan Street
Railway Company. Ezra Wllrher, John V.
Stewart, James M. M ntg -roerv. Kdwin ti.
Fnifer. Li-vi Sharp Fredetick Weerhaens r.
Frederick C. A. Lenkrranr. William p. Hal
ligun, Roas Wooilman-we, Tnomas S. Silvis.
i oi i- V. F.ckhan and John E. Downlt r.
George Downing, Sr.. James Downing and
bomas Downli g. partners et., aa Downing
No- Ice is hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree ot the circuit court In and for the county of
Rock Island in the state of Illinois, entered in the
abnv entitled causes on the Thirtieth .ab day
of Se, demher, A. I) , IbW. I shall on Saturday, the
S xth IB day .f December. A. D.. lwaj. at the
hour of ten 101 o'.kxt in the forenoon or said
day at the north door of the court house ta the
city t f Hrk Inland In said county of Rock Island,
sell, subject to the approval of and confirmation
by at.ld circuit conn. at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after and in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way f aid defendant the Rock island A Milan
S'ree Railway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth atreet and First
event e In said city of Rock Island through and
along thee reets and avenoea off said cut to a
point at or near the southern limits of said city,
and I tenre over its rigt-t of way and In part over
and a one certain roads and highways In the loan
of South Rock Island to and over the or dees now
owne, I by tbe said city of Rock Island spanninc
Rock river between the town of Sears and the
town if Milan, and thence over and along certain
streets and public grounds In said town or city of
Milan to its terminus therein and inclading the
braDci extending from 1 lie town of bears afore
said 1. 1 the high point on tbe bluffs of Roc k river
know i as Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with till said railway company's right of way, real
estate, leasee, navl-bed, track, aide-tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and atation houses,
barns, motors, rolling stock, cars, horses, ma
chinery, too a. lmplementa and belongiiu-s and all
aaid ruilwey company's property, appliances and
appnr euancesof every sort, kind aud description
wliats- lever now bekraxtng lo and owned by said
defendant railway company. Including those now
In the possession or control of Frederick Bass,
heretofore aptomted receiver herein, and all each
which niay hereafter and prior to snch sale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
belom ing to said street railway cctupany now m
the hands of aald receiver and all euch aa may
arise f -om or grow out of the nse of aaid railway
property and franchisee, or may come to aa d le
c saver prior to bis surrendering possession ofssld
railaa.-nnil property as bv aald decree provided)
togeih.tr with all tbe rivbta, privileges and fran
chises of aaid defendant railway cotupenv to
maims In and operate it- said railwav and carry on
Its bus mesa, and to maintain and operate Its said
railway over, along, across and through tbe s reels,
tleta. roads anu public grounds of said cily of
Rock I dand. said town of Milan and said township
of South Rock Island, and over and along tbe
said biidiree spanning Rock river, and all other
ricbts, prreileges and franchises whatsoever be
longin;,' to or connected with the said railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, proiieny.
rights ond privileges being situated in tbe eountv
of Rock Island af -resaid aaid sale being subject
neverttieless toallllcns lor taxes or assessments,
genera or special, which may have accrued and re
main ti -ereon prior In eucto sale
TEBMSOF SALE. Ten thousand fin,mo
dollars In Cast) down at the time of said sale, and
the ren.ainder upon the approval and continual lun
of such sale by said circuit court.
Date 1 at Rock Island, Illinois, tbls 6th day' of
- FREDERICK HASH,
lieceiverand Special U aster in Chancery .
Paris Exposition 1SSD :
3 (.BIND I'KIZt-i i COL0 MEDALS.
VANILLA 3 ante) QUALITY.
i-siA FOB TlXUItT YVBAFrEK.
FOR SALE F.VERVWIIEKE.
BR,HCH HDUSt, OW10W SQPaltt, W.T.
John Volk & Co.,
Baeh. Doom, Blinda. Siding. Flooring.
' and all kinds of wood work for tralldera,
Clghtem ith SU, bet. raird and Fonrtfe ave
ani'llTO HlliiTPn -won
ill 111 a WAIIIHI8ALE
siBssBiviis-a, nil aiasiasjs SMI
net oe miulrscl. Write for SrmmTlZtH
-4)T ALL DESCIRIPTIOHS
Pioaapti) and neat eancnted by the iasu Jo
wm ? at jeiattt
"My little daughter's lire was saved, m
we believe, by Hood's Sarsaparllla. Before
she wis six uoetbs old she had T tanning
scrofula tores. One physician advised the
amputation of one of tier An errs, to which
we refused easent. When we Degas, giving
her Bond's HaraaparllUt, a marked Improve
ment was noticed and by a continued use of It
her recovery a as complete. And she Is new.
being seven years cM, strong and healthy."
B. a Jones, Atna, Lincoln County, lie.
V. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
THh TRAVELEUS' HU1DE.
CUICaQO, RtK'K ISLAD A PACIFIC HAIL-way-Oepot
corner Fifth s venue and Thirty-flr-t
street. O. U Skelton, ageoL
j tLatva. tAaaiva.
Council binds A Xinueso-1
ta h. VwitMAB t
Kansas City Day Express... 8 :5ft am 10 B pa
Warhintton Expresa 1 S 18 pm: ltrOS pm
Council Blnffs A Mmneao- I i n
ta Express f P, 7S6 am
Conncil hlnffs Omaha i ..,' M
Limited Vestibnle 1. .. i :18a1 am
haasas City Lfi.-.ited 10 56 pat HA am
tOoing west. tOomg east. laiy.
BCKLINOTON RuUlK-C B. A V. RAIL
way Depot First avenne and Sixteenth si.,
J. Young, agent.
TRAINS. I tun I smaiva
fst. Loaia hxpresa. ........
Su Lani Kxprees. ........
St. Psnl Express
rJeardstowa Passeneer. ..
Way Freli ht (Monmouth).
Way Freight (StcrHo-)...
a.4& aia is am
T 40 m t:15 pre
iiipm; lorn am
lS srpni' ttatiam
10:35 am, toupsa
pMUCAtiO. MILWAUKEE A tT. PATL KA1L
S way Racine A Southwestern Division De
srt Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue. K. D. W. Holmes, av-ent.
TRAINS. Lxara. Aaa:vx.
Mau and axpres..... i:4ftaa Aidu
St. Paul Expr-e 8:1a i a ltnAarn
-t. Accoo modatl a ..... S:tai;.c 10:10sk
Are, r modatton T-ls) stt S :1s psj.
ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DK
Iot First svenue and Twentieta atreet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. I xas Aasrva.
Fsst Mall Ripivss. ... .... f:lt am 7 i pm
Express 2:ju in I.Mpm
ahie Accommodation S I'lam 8:Oi pm
4 Uu pm 8:06 am
MOST DIRECT R0CTX TO THE
:East and South East.:
5 3? px
4 !' pm
a OS pm
11. IK pm
6 15 am
l tai iim
S 3fl pm
a St) pm
5 IT pm
ar. .ttrion . lv
1 H pm
11 16 am
V SD am
i . .Wyoming..
10 M am
in M am
to no am
a. lft am
ill ts am
3 Ni pm
7 iB pot
--v. iuia. mo
t M sm
-.' l.S am
8 15 am
a. ST om
i -navnie, ill .
1 -Jo am
S IB ami
Paasemrer trains arriv - and depart from Luton
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island t:45
p. m. arrives at Peoria i SOa.n L-ava Feorla
. :1ft m. arrives al Hock l-land I a m
Acrom. IH'iAAC I Accoss .
Lv Rock I-land i 6 30 ami a.lOan 4.ipm
Arr Reynolds I T4ftamho.Mam 6 05 pm
Cable ' .15amjll U am 5 au pm
Acom. w'lAAc Aci-om.
t am i f pm S 45 put
7 10 am 1 45 pn. l
SOS am 3 pm1 5 psa
" Rock Island....
Chair car on Fast Krp-est between Rock Island
tnd Vein a tn both directions,
b. b SL'DLUVr, K. STSVKHOrSK.
Superintendent. tiea'l Tat. Agent.
'AST MAIL TRAIN with Electric Ilrtted end
oteam heated Vestibsled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee. St. 1-anlaad Minneapolis.
TRAN-OOVrrygNTAL ROCTB with Klee'rte
lighted and Steam heated V est i hole trams be
tween Chicago aod Council Blnlla, Umaha or
ft. haul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chlcaco
Kansas City aad Su Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILE OF ROAD rrarbtnr an pnnctnej
points In Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa.
Missouri. South Dakota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of palace and
freight, etc.. apply to the Dourest sutlon agent
of the Chlcaeo. M.lwaake A St. Faul Raalway, or
to any railroad aex-nt any where la tke world.
R OS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Utueral Manager Oea'l Pass. A T. A(t.
tV"For Information In reference to Lands and
Tosms owned by by tbe Ch-cago. Milwaukee A
to. Paul Hallway Company, write to H. a. H as
pen. Land Oommtssioaer Milwaukee. vTiacoenva.
A. D. HUESiNG
Represenu. anions; other tms-tned and well-
anown rlrc lnaarance Companies he followuig
Royal Inanranee Company, of England.
Weachester Fire Ina. Companv of N . Y.
Buffalo Uerman Ins. Co , Hufi'aJo, N. Y.
Rocbeater Uerman Ins Co.. Rochester, R. Y.
Citisens Ins . Co.. of Pittsburgh. Pa.
dun Fire Office. London.
In ion Ins. Co., of California,
eiecoritv lna. Co.. New Uvvan. Pms.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ina. Co., Milwaukee, Wis
ucnuan r ire ins. loi reoria. 111.
Office Cor. 1 Sin St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
AfterS! years axnerleneen teaching lastra
menul M usic, I will promise yon more theory with
lew Jeseoni for the least money of any teacher In
nnder our supervision, eiven each Juvenile ptipll.
Teachers will save nuney le order their Music
Books of aa. One-third of! of marked price
Sheet mnstc to every one. Leave orders, nam Ine
author, at my music rooms, MU1 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address me at ltue Brady BU, Davenport. Ia,
atna. C. A. htfiKKltt.
laar slatin Um UiW touu. Aiv tWM
.orpaxa, WityctM. saJciM. mm Qrl TnefrO
rsrl tVcam A, tsatspawaaasi tmm
trsr. m. HsMfttMafi mt rWsma m mm
9fmm6. we. mmmp f-t M mKs
fUlaf y m& NBMri tl Ml Wur
mr. fmm arvMt afcl! t bay l Iwm am. Mr atnt-aMt prw mr
Wt asMay wra sMtaa. V mil m-km m4 nm tmrjir. Par
smmjwVs taf ItwBn.lwMnawt tfrnmrnWrn. sMMksA lws If fMaWiM. satmwtl tsams
wssswwawiqi taw wmmm wtt wasM swsv
Protect Your. Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO. S
r Imoroved Cryatallbssd ...
Spectacles aad Eye Glasses.
ljland 1s Maidea Lane. K. V: Branch Mar toe
Tfr p it. $MiriuoD
W W LmM A' A L VAi Irsl,o Aa,w.,
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. V. YEUBLHY. Menar.
SucoeHsor to Adnrason & Ruick,
C-fitiU Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second Aveijue,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t8eoond Hand Marhinery bought, oid and repaired
F. C. HOPPE,
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Graining nn-l Paper llsnnc.
P. O. Box 672.
Attractive and crcir.ising Ir.ve stmsnts
TURNER & BOND,
10? Waflhlnaton St., Chicago. III.
t,.U-.H.T4 K Pi'rr-rv-Hl Ilia. I Of tr.
W Ct f ') r-ti.i vr uf a rv f -ej-t (
niiutt inmi - t .s f 'tt 'r w-tvtm '
Vi f --U. t'.i it-1 ! i .iiro ik t ir-i
W's ti-- bt ' 1 ''. t- .. It !.--
rr'vs-v mr HMviV I!.-M''IM. ,......-.
A njtiii-dr ' l i-m- u k. t : ft?
Mlf fft sw r.i .t it -.-. t.
i.t(saa tfc;M.- . ef i Te- . ......j ,h . Vat
Ma- kiiaJ iat tuti rf.,: .i '. . ... .
SPECIAL BAKCVN3 IN ACrfCS.
I'rtnr tsltrai I'drr r.
I'-'ti rr rm tta-r . ! !.:'
Itl an r tsli M- -I Mill1 n ': .a. ?5
l-rrfin - M i-
I H t u -M.i-ti ti.! jru. Oa-t-'t U-r
at ittr t.- -i ' .! .
IO sVtea ! .r J .-. 4-wa.'tv
eft eV" Jill'eii
3' aa-rt ,rr. M -mis I u 1 C saS h M. ;u t ml M
J"Af IV-V ' HI'
in j'fl.---ais. r..
tvt iu t ia tn ik ilL.il FI
uream 15 aim
Allayi Tain and
Ileala tbe Sorei.
Ill's liirr-s the
its. Co, API
TRY TflE CURE
A particle Is applied Into eark nastrfl and la
aa-reeanie. ntcc suoenta at ttraurrwis; by. saail
rek-istred, 60 crnta. KLT BM'iCaSKa. M ar
rea street New Tork.
-HOLIES ill LIVES-
Byaslnj A T. Sckmld's, the ploweer reel
dent Utfbtatng Hod dealers celebrated
nhlch Se keeps constantly hand. Any Job, re
matter how complicated, dune In the most
selenitic manner. .osn petition In
prices and quality daded.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
no. tt Twcntletb Su. ku-ct. Island.
CHAS. McHUGH, -
R. R. TICKET
(Member American Ticket Broker' Assto)
UXDTJOKD RaTKS TO ALL PolHTS.
. Omci -la Adams Irpraae OfBce ander
olb Aaurr voa
Th op M f Oa."n Bicyclew. Ladiea aad
S Vt'i" ' " rnc-l-fP
Tbey bave got it.
It will make jour borne bappy.
It will not fat or (moke.
It baa large nab pan.
It baa beavy ateel body.
It keep Art all night.
it is tub
the grandest production of modern limes.
We invite you to call and eiamice our
mtnense I toe of Riverside Stoves and Ittnge.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.
Al GAS FITTER.
AMD DlALkH III
Wrought and Cast Iron and lVa i
Hoar?, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Qas Fixtures.
TIWt work At fair price. EalitnaU-a furniabrj.
Office aod shop tl 9 19th St. TVlcplinne 1 1J.
Ruck Island, 111.
Rll MEt-KITr-D Kid
' No 1S0S Second avenne.
Rock Island, III.
Shop ronrth Ave. bet. t. rt and tad Sis.
J. M. BUFORD.
Nw sad rve aad Tlaeaned Ossanamms
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
snssae lna as any s-I.N nwaraai asm esassl
Terr ;ttr w. w caai
PsTOaassi aa Aerwe ar
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
At aattra the var d f-llnsl M saV)f
Vm erne th. MKan and t'.lM fl
sstf Mm... i. . u h si-w-.eer
ssvin.. al taaase. M r i- !, t nm.M
n t lam.lr al tw?-- est tr ,m
M nabes K rwesrer. rVW, le-w I sari aad a wd
'TI he sad a asalei aa4 vansty aaaaiaaasd W mm
etarah4l-a ss ta rawMrv.
m as ta. t- i r mtmm. i ek ewal
mmA I ... 1 .. ., u i, mmt ,-7
-ass mas-ran a .
which does lu work In a Coroerh ma
horssaa-tlr pwrraea tbe air and resa.eve
irtiar. rors-J.M AmUIUrbarr e
Pucrn 60 CEUTt rxx IWrLB
rsars - - - r- , uitiniM ihniinni
' Mies. as w. .i ffM M r.,.
kAKIta blXCt AiC JO.. MSUMS. -TtMI
NOW f o r- r ai aate
A A J ft LUtssialul.
rail er ssad ke rkvalar
T Otaau rreawh kVssnedr far v..... . ,i
aad Mownl, . aarlue.. r
t-s a unc i r.iww rm ot r-ana.
frf-l. raataatr.Nl as ee. ,1 ,lr.
C.tl?!' a' v-totewt; itsoir
a , - 'mm s ieaipat, aad er ail
mmmm2 us. faW-wfca,
.T. !!"' Urnrttft'laj mi sat itlriaitei
t l'.tiiei i.btaraa-sii i i anas.ia.
y kisseia. ItsH y, aaisiaillisa 'aa-
"? I : ',iy
n ilna mm I lie I Inns
Bed Room Sets,
Carpets, Curtains. Ete
AHE NOW COMPLETE.
sUTCsll and M-e our line.
No. 103, 103 ana 107 East Second St
Teh fbooe 2V.'1.
J. B. ZIMMER,
THK VTKLL kXoWN
SVi ERCH1NT TilLOR,
Has jiM rt-tnrr-id Irrrn Eurntar ar.l snia l.lraa-d in U a fteol. at
bis (Vane f .utoee in
TAR KLsI'K. OlIVIfK IIaUI'PK lloffE.
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
Car lri If I have U- rrmard.
J. T. DIXOJST.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Wcolcns.
1706 Second Avenue.
C J V. SOniiEINEIa,
Continctor and HuilcJer-
rw and apecilcc . f.-wd , r'. a . nrsd w rwvj ra ta.
.-ar a :,4 mmmM w, M. eraw.
IltK.K IiLASD. ILL.
B. F. DeGSAB,
Contractor aiid Builder.
rrffloe aaul Fbop Cuntr ft sHh. nte St y-a f T t 1
and KetcU A-v-ttt,. ' KOCK I!anC.
fT Al! ttaAs af Amsthr t-rn, rat nasi ran mmm tm al fclaAe ml fML4M
wsSw)"BasWaar mavy sa,s9aviatfafjaaf fsamtjh
CMas.ea.at to Ot, e.,Wr A J frr
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Third arvno-, Mtrrrn 10th and Uib ti?tf.
(Frxd Kuri old atamd )
TAU kind of CrnaWr aad r. faring dntat Ralaf. tin. rurwrrj
Had rirtted Lid New and 9prioaja
No. C2 to 162C TLir.l avv-nnr-.
wbe-re Lc woaVl r plc-tr,i to nre- h i f-fct l
J. ML CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
Aioracmit or c&ackim ab liacviri
Ath jmir Uroccr few Usa Tkrtarelert
tBfaacUtttsa; TWthrWty -(.TITBf M ffhe irhe - AfTE
ROCK IIJlMt. IU-
P. W. HERLITZEil.
No. 22 TarraUct, Htrrtt. m tt let Coarad StltwiWi rr it -1 I !
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ad. mtawlasawt style. Ale
Practical Tile ' and
Ksmrdeccw 819 TaTtaty-firit
Rock lalatad. 10.
raralshed fwrawy d efTllser sVfch ta law
aadUOa walks a sit ia.
DAVIS & co;
A esanplew mk! rf
Pips. ISrass Otstxls, rakit,t.
Hoe, Kir Uric--, Ktr
DEAN STEAM PUVIPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS.
We t nsiaelse v. i y as arfM. sit1 a .
Twast a toat. tm n.m.kr
Safety Ils-atina; Dik-ra aad Ci-e
furatakitsK and lejiti W'eW. at 1
ITU rifcT Air
lUak Is'iaa i. t t- -Telpaa.e
Ilea. Itre.4 . 1 1 ... :-.
COMPLETE IN ALL
Tat Ce4AarKw AdJrrmt
J. C. DUXCAJf.
Biict:-1M Layer. ;
S!. TartJ txar 8t- Paol Depot.