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TIIK BOSS IS VINDICTIVE, j
Prntanter Weila Ueta oa Ills Ear
- Over the Kleeiioa Krtaraa aa j
. Meaaeea theOaly Rraaalaloat Deao. 1
There li no man in Rock Lland who
felt the ttlnf? ot Congressman Get ' des
feat u did Bosj Weill. The postmaster,
at all who know him are fully aware, b
about as noisy and demonstrative a poli
tician during election time and after,
when the election returns are coming his
way, as could well be imagined. That
savage whoop, which is bis peculiar
characteristic when the R o p. in this
vicinity is flushed with victory, was not
heard this fall, hut the boas' feelings over
tbe result broke out lu another direction.
After having turned the poslofflce and
all connected with it, except the one dem
ocratic carrier, into a political machioeof
the most flagrantly partisan order. In his
desperate effort to assist Congressman
Oest in a re-elec:ion and fa ling utterly
to contribute la the least degree any as
sistance to tlio sadly defeated Mr.
Oes', the boss became desperate, frantic.
People who met him on the street the
first two or three days after election, saw
plainly thai there was something serious
ly wrong with the boss. He tore madly
through the streets when there wss any
occasion for his being out at all, and pco
pic who had been accustomed to receiv
ing a broad grin from the boas when
things were more favorable to bis way of
thinking politically, were greeted by a
vacant s'.are and no perceptible evideuce
of recognition whatever. The boss wss
thinking, however; his mind was disturbed
as if by volcanic eruption and the cause
of the internal revolution was a struggle
to devise some means of revenge. Yester
day mornloK the boss hit upon it, and
then bis countenance took on more of an
expressoo of peace with the world. He
woul'l fi e the only democratic mail
carrier remaining on bis fore
and thus would he in part
at least be gratifying his hunger for r
vene.Wm. Eckermtn of routa 7 was the
victim. The boas had only kept him in
thia long for a political purpose anyway,
and this having tailed there wai notUng
left to do but to bounce him. This wss
civil rervice logic in the postmaster's es
timation, and he determined to put his
plan into practice.
Yesterday morning he told Eckerman
that his services were no longer required
by the postofflce department. When Mr.
Eckerman humbly asked if be could
know the charge s, Wells indignantly re
plied that he Wis not ooliged to tell him,
atd that he ought to be grateful for hav
ng been permitted to stay as long as be
had, ami that but for the affliction he
had had would have h:.ve been dismissed
long ago. "If Cleveland is elected next
time," the boss continued, with a grave
expression of realization, 'T.l expect to
go, and so you must go now."
Mr. Eckerman meekly bowed and told
his superior officer that be would cheer
fully comply with his order If that was
his request, an J tonight will sever his
connection with the mail service.
John Fohrner will succeed Eckerman
as carrier. The latter has a good horse for
sale and the boss feels he has done all be
can to retaliate for that awful event on
Kara Kendall Id "A Pair or K Ida" Th
The eccentric comedian. Eera Kendall,
presented bis famous farce-comedy. "A
Pair of Etda," at Harper's theatre Satur
day night, before an audience that was
well pleased and appreciative In nature.
if it was by reason of the inclement
weather, limited in numbers. It was a
rollicking, nonsensical perfiumance of
the Hoyt order, though, in a wrtalo
measure, pantomimic, too. written ea
peclally for Mr. Kendall's UlenU,which
are displayed to the best possible advan
tage. The support was not over good
though it was fair, and when we consid
er the merrymaking originality of the
star tbould not beglven tofault-flndins.In
the thirdactwhen Mr Kendall appeared in
prison garb the audience gsye him such
an ovation that It was some time before
he could get in a word, and then it was
to ak "if this was a democratic land
slide?" and he might have added "sweep
ing down on a republican congressman.''
Incidental to the third act Miss Jennie
Dunn sang with unaffected grace and
sweetness, "The Song That Reached My
Heart. ' and responded prettily to an en
A HOOD COM HAN T.
The Stuart Theatre company onens i
week's engagement at Harper's theatre
tonight, in the "Iron Muter." An ex
change lays of this excellent combina
The Stewart Theatre rnmnan.
the record at the Academv or Music last
niffht bV IllaVln? tO OTIT '.r. ninn. In.it.ai.
than was ever taken in on the opening
uigm dj any ween stand company at
popular prices. Speaking of prices re
minds us that the Stuarts are not, strictly
speaking, alow price company, as their
mi ice hi many c.mes are any
thing but low last Wpf.li .( A...
- .. ... . u
ro. a prices we notice in our exchanges
were thirty-Ave and fifty cents,
and in still larger cities tbey often run as
high as one dollar a seat. "The Iron
master" as presented last night was a very
genteel performance, ana the play con
aina sme si rone touches of nmnra that
aroused the audience to enthusiasm. Tbe
costumes of L.ilib Stuart were gorgeous
anu tier rieriect acting left notbing to be
desired. Tbe support of Miss Stuart was
excellent, and th rxi-oniinniiv
r . . j MM., a. . ,-
I ng of Walter Beecher. and C. W. Travis
can mr special mention as does tbe
1 auKhable capers of Mr. Barnard as the
bluff old chocolate merchant. Two fea
tures of tbe Stuart company that we are
always pleased with in that their plays are
wholesome as a moral law, and their per
formances open and close early. A hand
some antiqueoak chamber suit was shown
between acts, and will be drawn by some
lucky person on Saturday.
A Kay of Hope
For all who are held by the chains of
scrofula or other disease of the blood
comes from Hood's Barsaparilla, which by
imparting the elements of good health
and strength to the vital fluid, dissolves
the bonds of disease and sets tbe captive
free. No other remedy in existence
combines tbe positive economy, the pe
culiar merit and the medicinal 'power of
- Hood's Barsaparilla.
, Though there are cycles of Time, It is
reasonable to assert that the old gentle
men never rode them.
100 Ladias Waaud.
And 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
ldy. discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
- the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys it is a posK
live cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. It
is the best spring medicine known.
Large size package 60 cents. At all
John Wanamaker Ta her
J. Q. Blaine Mv barrel nf nn.V !
bushel of wheet are saved anyhow.
u. o. mice -rasa me another rainbow,
H. Cabot Lodge Where's my force
J. B. Foraker I am vindicated again.
Elliott F. Shepard Another south ern
Oreely Good weather he darned.
M 8. Quay
Farmers' Alliance What do we getf
Senator Blair It was an educational
R. P. Porter We want a recount.
- Professor Langston Mahoned.
Buck Kilgore I don't kick on this!
THE BUILDING OF SILOS.
Conrlualnna Arrived at By the Directors
or Agricultural Experiment Station.
In building silos tlio Kaunas. Ohio
and other stations advise that they be
located as near the feeding place as
practicable and on the enmo leveL
Wood has been fotmd the best material.
The method of construction commonly
recommended is in general terms as
follows: On a light foundation of stone
set up a strong framework of studding
(2 by 8 to 12 inch stuff). Cm tho otitside
of this frame put on a layer of stock
boards, and on the inside two thick
nesses of matched board with tarred
paper between. The roof should be
right and the floor may be of hard, dry
dirt. From 12 to 15 by 13 to 18 feet,
and 22 to 24 feet deep, are common di
mensions for ordinary silos. The great
lateral pressure resulting in a deep box
require a strong construction. The
door of the silo should open convenient
to the feeding place.
It is generally conceded that corn Is
the best crop for silage in this country.
Greater maturity before harvesting "is
now favored than was formerly thought
desirable. At the New York station it
is thought "corn should not be cut
liefore it has reached the milk stage of
the kernel." The Ohio station recom
mends that "fodder -orn be cut when
tho com begins to glaze and when the
stalks begin to dry near the ground."
But in Kansas, where intense heat and
other climatic peculiarities hasten the
ripening of the crop, it is advised that
harvesting "should not be delayed after
the corn is in the early dough state."
It is now thought better to put both
stalks and ears in the silo than to use the
stalks alone. The whole is cut into small
pieces, and a man is kept in the silo while
it is iing rilled to attend to its close
packing. There is no general agri-ement
among exj)eriiiieiiters in reirard to the
necessity of heavily weighting the con
tents of the silo. In Kansxs a layer of
tarred paper, covered eighteen inches
dt-ep with green grass, has leen found us
effectual as weighting heavily with rocks.
Exclusion of the air s-ems more imiwr
ttint than piling on weights.
lniorliit Point In HorirslKM-liic.
The Kentucky Stock Farm is author
ity for the following: The farrier too
often makes a horse his patient for life
by ruthlessly cutting way the elastic
cushion called the frog, which is nat
ure's natural anpport for the great
flexor tendon. This cushion is nature's
provision to support the center of the
horse's foot, to take off the strain from
the sensitive liiniitiie with which the
hoof is connected with the foot, to pre
vent the extreme depression and conse
quent strain on the flexor tendon, and
to break the concussion caused by the
horse's great weight coming so rapidly
to the ground. When once severely cut
away the frog never entirely recovers its
original efficiency . and it will be a very
lotig time More it will be even moder
At the saniu time the enamel, like the
enamel covering our ringer nails, which
covers the whole of the outside of the
colt's hoof, and effectually retains its
moisture and suppleness, is rasped away
to make his foot tit the shoe and to give
it a round and uniform shape. Thus
two of nature's most important provis
ions to secure an elastic tread aro ruth
lessly destroyed and the horse compelled
henceforth to stump and jar away with
his sensitive fuot and loaded sinews rest
ing entirely on the dried and nnyielding
crust of his hoof, made still more un
yielding by lieing nailed to an iron ring.
Vln-n to Cut Timber.
The best time to cut timlwr is whnn
tho tree is filled with the ernm and oil
that have formed after the sap has ceased
flowing and when the natural forces of
the tree are at rest. This term may be
aid to be Mween the 1st of September
and tho 1st of February, according to
climate and locality. December and
January are favorite months in many
sections, .trees when felled in the win
ter have less sap to lie evaporated by
seasoning, whether used for lnmher or
fire wood, and are sxmer brought into
tne right condition for use. For dura-
bllltv timber should have snffii-imit nn-n
and its strength as well as its lasting
qualities depend not only on its matur
ity, but also on the nart of th tro fr.m
which it is taken. Tlio least durable
und the wenkest part of a tree is the sap
wood nest the bark. Voting trees have
an excess of sap wood, and timber from
such will uot be as durable, especially in
erposed positions, as the wood of mature
trees. The strength of wood is much in
creased by the process of seasoning.
While this is going on wraping should
be guarded against: otherwise its value
for most purposes will lie greatly im
paired. Taruwortn Swine.
English breeders have for some, years
past lieen giving increased attention to
the Tamworth breed, in the belief that
this variety of pig is nnequaled for the
production of lean meat. While the
Tamworth hogs produce good saleable
bacon, other pure breeds, takibg them
collectively, produce too much fat for
the majority of consumers.
A PRIZE WINNER.
As the Tamworth has been adopted
by some of onr breeders with good re
sults, we here present the picture of
Tamworth Dick, a nriza winnnr nt tha
English Royal Show.
When you have to drive your horse a
long distance, beirin ouietlvund let him
work gradually into his pace, and when
nearing home, or the end of vonr drive
slack ran and let vour horse take it onsv
for two or three miles or more, that he
may come in cool and avoid some of the
dangers of catching cold.
N'un Eat At Present.
It is now rapidly iipproachinir the time
of year when the householder who or
dered a ton of coal "only a day or two"
Detore tinds it vanished luto smoke. !
now understand," said Miserleigh, "why
they sjieak of it as a coal beenr New
Hard veal Xarkat-
Beat Quality Anthracite coal, all ais
17.25 per too. screened and delivered.
25c per ton discount for cash. Cancel
coal for grates, blacksmiths' coal, coke
and charcoal always on band.
K. Q. FBAZMt.
Tbe lawyer is toe only man who is im
proved by a code In his haad. -t " :
sa Exareaaiaa BsrardtBc
General Clarkaon Who la ft tha
$100 Reward $100.
Tbe readers of the Abods will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all lu stages, and that is ca'arrh.
Hall's Catarrh Core is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, actiDg
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation ot tbe disease, and giving
the patient Btrength by building up tbe
constitution aod assisting nature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have so much
faith in ita curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails taxure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Chkknky & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tbe man who joins an assessment in
surance company can lake a melancholy
pleasure in thinking of tbe many that
will mourn his death.
ADVIuE TO E0IHKKS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering anil
crying with pain of cutting teeth? If so,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Wtns'.ow's Soothing Syrup for children
teething. Its value is incalculable. It
will relieve the poor little sufferer imme
diately. D'pend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrjiora, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the
sums, red nets inflarr.mati n and gives
tone and energy to tbe whole system
Mrs Winslow's Soothing Syrup for
Children Teething is pleasant to the
taete, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest arid best female nurses and
physicians in the United Stales, and is
for sale by all druugists throughout the
world. Price 25 cents a bottle.
He: What makes the dining room so
cold, dear? She: I think, love, it must
be the frieze of (he wall.
Tha Great American Chorus.
Sneezing, snuffling and cougbios! This
is the music all over the land jusl now.
"I've got such an awful cold in my head."
Cure it wi'h E'y's Cream Balm or it may
end in the toughest form of catarrh May
be yon have catarrh now. Nothing is
more nauseous and dreadful. This rem
edy masters it as no oilier ever did. Not
a snuff nor a liquid. Pleasant, certain,
New York may make l he mo?t of its
Count tie Paris, for it can have no more
count de cen i:s.
Tbe question has been asked, "In what
resptct are St. Patrick's uiil better than
any other?' Try them. You will find
tht they produce a pieasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their ac'ion,
and that they not only physic, butcleanw
the whole system nml regulate the liver
and dowels. F r sale at 25 cents per
box by Hartz & Babnsen, druggis'..".
Ominous. Actor to prompter: M'hen
dots my cue come? Directly ; den't you
hear the audience are t.l ready beginriiri:
When nn infant my body broke
out all over v.ith an cntption Ornish,
which lieeame more actravated as I
grew older. Every noted physician
iu our s ction wiis tried or consult
ed. When I came of n-; I visited
Hot Springs, Ark., mid was treated
by the best me,lic:tl men. but was
liol benefited. When i.il thiti-s had
failed I determined to try S. S. K.,
and in four months was entirely
cured. The terrible Eczema was nil
pone, not a sign left ; mv general
health built up. and I have never Lad
any return of the disease.
Geo. W. Imvix, Jrwin, Ta.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Iisfarps mailed
raa. SWIFT SPECIFIC Co, Atlanta, Ga.
s. e. Mccreary
(Late of Ciocinnatl, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located iB
In the pat six months he ha auccntf fully
of the moHt aevura character.
The name of a few who live tti Iiaventort an t
Ticinl'y. who have Usen xucr.eairul!y trcaied are
giveo beluw :
Mr A L Fain, Mrs Mary Watwra. rhrnmari-m ;
Mij-Lizzie Vauce. Mr Jutm SeikiT. raiarrh:
Vhk Anna Davi-. Mr Vm Sankevf, scrofula; Mnt
J K Wwner. Mr F I. Ma ouhatner. heafi tll-eae;
Mr K W Marahnll, (11 yeura alaniiingi piles;
Mr Samuel S.ieivca, IH - ) pile;
it JSiau iioiy ( 7 " "I titles
Mr May Wer.rlt. J A WrlL'ht. Sarah Munson
Frank Hayes, Wtu JtcUrauuli.ui, N 11 Tunmpjou,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the ifcictor has. but thev are ensnirh to show kIim!
caii be tluoe by one who thoroughly uuuersiauds
iue rnnse an'i treatment ol disease.
ECr-Lose of Munuooi, Senium! Weakncsa, and
a.rrora or loutn, positively ana permaneiiUf
laTFoMl'tvely no cane taknn that eai.uol be
curett. Corr.ijndHnre accompanied by 4cm
uuupa promptly answered.
Office HcCnllough'a Jiew L'lock.
W. Third Street, ncur Main.
Paris Exposition lSy .-
3 UUAND I'KIZKS i GOI.lt SK-. u k. ,
VANILLA (.saute) QUALITY.
ASK FHU TEI.UIIT WBAI'HKIU
FOR SALE EVKKVWItfKE.
BBAHCH HOUSE. 1IHI0W SQUARE. H.Y.
f:rwRt KTln niirT-n PITT
for years, and anyone can pnt it on. Send stamp
wMHcrciiuu iuii particular.
Oca Elastic Konniio Co.,
3 and 41 West Broadway, New Yokk.
Local Agents Wanted.
To sell the popular M. K. ADJV8TABI.K FORM
CdllSKT. It Is worn bv Ladies wisliinir eomf..,t
auri a good form. For partienlara addrcsa
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Kivib Stkbkt, ELUl.N. ILtu
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Roona W, tT, S8 and 29,
Take Blevator. DAVJtNPOKT. IA.
nhkbllHb trade ui.1 tbe a starts
SCHOOL OF r' ZZ?a.
1 ELEBRAPHY ll-u.
TaE HOOK IBLANU
la the most ancient and most general ot an
disraara. Scarcely a family Is entirely tree
from It. while thousands everywhere are its
suffering slaves. Hood's Barsaparilla baa
had Miiarkalil success In enring every form
ot scrofula. Tbe most severe ana painful
running sores, swellings la the neck r
goitre, litinmr In the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
Beets of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace of Imparity from the
blood and builds up the weakened system.
Bold by dra.Tirlsti. 81; six for O. rreparadenty
"J v. i. iiuuwi Apotheearlea, Lowotl,
IOO Doses One Dollar
Estate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
Tha undersigned having been ai pointed execo
f r of the last will and testament of Thomas
hea. late of the county of Rock Island, sla'e
t f Illinois, defeased, hereby gives notice tha' he
vill appear berore the conmv court of Hock Island
county, at the offlce of the cirk of said court, in
t le city of Kock Island, at the December term, on
t ie first Monday in Leceniber next, atwhleb time
ail persona having claim airalnst aaid eatate are
rotirted and requested to attend, for the purpose of
havinn tbe same a IJusted. All persona Indebted
bi said estate are requested to make i-nmediata
l avment to the nndersimwd.
Dated this lTth day of October. A. P.. 1W 0.
PlEKC'tt KKANB, Kxecutor.
ro Whom it mat Coxckrx.
Notice Is hereby mven. that the Pccemher
b rm, A. D !S'.J, of the rountv court of Hoi k ll
a id coDiny. sute of Illinois, thn undersigned, a
li inr.'.iHii of Mary Ann Lee. Eliza 1 c. (ieurire Lee
holiert T. Lee and Klorenre J. Ie. resident of
s .id eoniiiy. and minor children of William Lee.
d H-eased, will apuly to said court fi.r leave to sell
H e estate, title and intere: of said minora in the
fi llowin real estate situated In the county of Po
ol la. stale of Illinois, to-wit :
The undivided one-fourth of tbe northwest quar
terof sec Ion ave. 5L township ten, 10), north
ranee nix n esi of the fourth principal meridian,
evcepi acres .n the northeast corner of said
q'ta.ter a, c.Um said application will lie made for
id" purpose of otherwise Investing the proceeds of
the sale of ssid minora' interest In said lands.
Kock. Island, lllinMs, IlecemherTili, law.
lloliEKf LKK, Uuardiau as aforesaid.
KIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
i of rail
thin and for tha
rihi rn irand Division
m S ate.
"rror to Ap;ellhte Court of Ill nois in and for
tb.- Second Liiafriel
At neitetiuver, Kxecntrlx of the KsUte of Samnel
rv Uiiyer. deceased, Annette iner. Bdward li.
"u.-er and Annette tiuyer r-laiiiiifW In ermr,
. John H. Wils .n. Holmes flake., Ueor'n M
li. Hakes, William T. Riavs. Mepben A. Main,
klenander T. Bentley, 'i bonus J. Robinson
t harles L. Walker. The Rock Island Pats-r l om
1 any, I'hik-moul. Mitchell. Pnil Milehell, W 11
1 am H. Ocst, Kimono Unrst aod Cornelius
i u . The aaid Annette Oliver executrix of
th( esta e of Stmuel S.tiuver, deceaacd, Annet'e
tiuyer, Edaard II Guyer and Annette (iuy. r have
sin d out a writ of error from aaid supreme court to
rvv.-rae a judinei t obtulncO. by said John II.
Wl son airai list said Anmlte (Ju)er. executrix
etc . AnnelleUuycr, Kuuard H. tiuyer at.d An
notie timer In a cert tin cas In wh'ch Holmes
lla .-es, tieorira M. f. Hakes. Wlll am T. Rnr-s,
Mchen A. M.in, Alexander T. Bentley. Thomas
J. liobtnson. Charles L. Walker. The Kock Island
Har dmpary. Philemon L. Mitchell, Come Ins
Lyt ile, Phil Mitchell. William H.tiestand Klinore
W. Ilurat are also parties in tbe said Appellate
On rl of Illinois iu and for the reoond district
which said writ of error Is now pending In said
Sii teme Court; and whereas, a writ of vire
K.i las hrs been rniy issued herein, returnable on
the first day of the next term of said supreme
Cos rt, to be bold. ii ai iiuwa, in said atate, on the
Flr-t Tueaday iu March, nexi, acrordlne to law;
m a. whereas, also, it appears bv afOdavilnn file in
the rlerk'a iftlce of sa d Supreme Court that he
s.if lloluies Hakea, Oeorge M. 1). Hake. il lam
T. I. met. Stephen A. Main. Alexander 'I. Kentley
are lou resldema of Ihe-ia eof Illinois, and with
out be reach of the process cf paid Kupreme court,
li.w. iherefore. you. the said Holm, a Hakea,
'ccrve M. I. Makes. Wil i.mT. Kifs, S.ephenA
Main. AlexanderT. B ulley. me aaid defendants
in i rror, whose iion.re-ul.-oce appears as afore
alC arebereliy notui.d to be and apnar Ue'ore
the ju-tii es o. aaid buprenw Court, at the next
tern, of said court to he holden at olla -a. In said
s'at... on the r irst Tueaoay in March nert, to hear
the record and proceeding brunt-lit inlo aal.l
up-eiue Court on return of said writ of errors and
the. -mr assumed, if you shall see lit, andfurth-r
to d.. an j receive what aaid court ruall order in this
Doled October SUn, A. D.. 1S90
A. II. TAYLOR. Clerk.
ST ATtC OF ILLINOIS, i
K ICK laLahO Countt, iM
In the Circuit Court In Chancerv.
Johi. Pa-ciz, adlniiils'ratorcnm tesumeiito anuexo
of the estate of Bailey lavenuort,oeu:ased, vs.
tho tioi a Island and Milan -treei 1,'aUway (Am
pa ly. Charles H. strabiard. J. K Kobinaon,
El nore Hnrot, Peter r'riea and J. ti. Maaaie
Or filial lull.
Join peeiz. admlniatiator enm testam n'o an
tie to ot the estate of Baile Darctiport. ue
ceosed. va. the Roca Island A, Milan sitreet
ha.lway Company. Ezra Wilcher, John W
Su wart, James M. M ntg merv, Ldwin U
Fr..xer. Levi Sharp Frederick Weterhaeuser
KriHlerick C. A. Denkmann, William t. Hal'
hir.iu, Koas Vloodmausee, Thomas S. Silvis,
Ions V. Kckhart and John t. Downu.tr!
if ite Downing, Sr., Jamea Dowiiing aud
Iti'ima Dowuirg, partners etc., aa Dowuina
No ice la hereby given that bv virtue of a tle
rree of th circuit conn In and for the county of
Rik Island in the state of Illinois, entered iu the
alaiv. entitled ranses on the Thirtieth .tUthl day
of Se.itemticr.A.D , la'JO, 1 ahali on Saturday, the
s xtb IB) day of December, A. D., 1S1, at the
hour or leu 1IM oi(Kk iu the forenoon of said
day a the nnnh dnor ot the court house in the
city of Hock Island in said county of Rock Island,
sell, nibji-cl to tue approval of and couflnnaliou
by mid circuit court. at public anctton to the
highest bidder or bidders upon detenus herein:
af.er md in said decree mentioned, ail the rail
way of -a'd defendant the Kiajk Island & Milan
Street Hallway Company, said railway extendiug
from i he corner of seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of hock Island through and
alonf; the reels and avenues of said city to a
point .it or new the southern limits of aaul ri.
aud tl erne over its right of way and in part over
and al mik certain roads and bitjbwavs In the town
of Son th itock Islanu to and over the or dee now
owueu by the said city of Rix;k Island spanning
Ilia-k river between the town of Sears and the
town if Milan, and thence over and along certain
street! and vublic grounds in said town or city of
Milan to IU terminus therein and including the
brai cl. extending from the town of Sear- afore
said to the nigh point on the bluffs of Kock river
known as Black Dawk's Watch Tower, together
with a I raid railway Compaq 'a r gbtof way. real
estate, lea-es, road-lied, track, aide tracks,
switch s. imn. ties, ecg.ne and station houses,
bums, inotoia. rolling nock, cars, horses, ma
chiller--, toom. Implements aud beiongin. s and all
said ra Iway company s propertv. appiuuices aud
apiiurtotiaucesof every sort, kiud aud description
wnatso -ver now beionaing to and owned by aaid
defend. mt railway company, including those uow
in the possession or control of Frederick II ass,
herctol ire apt oinied receiver herein, and all such
which may hereaft-r ai.d prior to tucb saie be ac
quired i him. (exreptingneverthelessall moneys
belonging to said street railway comany now in
the bunds of said receiver and all such as may
arise fr. mi or crow out or the use of said lailway
pnipcrt 1 and franchises, or may come to ssd re
ceiver prior to his surrendering possession of said
railway slid property as by said decrc provided)
together with all tbe riehts. privileges and fran
chises of said defendant railway company to
muiuiai i and operate 11 i aid railway and carry on
its l.usi;ess, and to maintain and operate ita aaid
railway over, along, across and through tbe s reels,
alleta. .o.ils and puiilic grouuda of said clly of
Korkls and. said town uf Milan and said township
of Soul, i Rock island, and over and along the
said bri Itree spanning Kock river, and all other
rich is. privilege and franchise what-oever br
longiug nor connected with toe said rallwav com
pany; i ll of said railway, premises, property,
rurhtrat d privileges being situated in the counts
of Kock Island af resale aaid sale being subject
nevertbi less losll liens lor laxesor assessment,
general r special, which may have accrued and ra
mnin th reon prior to such sale.
TERMS of SALE Ten ihons.nH flinnn.il
dollars in caM dowual the time of said aale. aud
the remand. ruino the approval and conHrmatlou
of snch sole by said circuit court.
Hated at hock Island, Illinois, this 6th day' of
Novembi-r, A D.'ltmo. '
R( celver snd Special Master in Cbaucery.
John Volk & Co.,
- M anaf actarers of
t?asb. E'otiis. Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
and s II kinds of wood work tor hnllH.r.
Bighlei-ut l Sl set. fUinl aod Poarta avo..
- . BOCK ISLAND.
,tr HXri llf tITPn -roa-
(Jtr.l. A H- SALE
NJI atEStT STraV. He uas
""" ' -JS"' y rlt4 TOT
-Oi AIX DESCRIPTIONS-
Promptly s ad aaatly executed by that Amos
r tft talttteottoa saatd as Csmmeiclal aerk
ARGUS, MOKD AY
"My little daughter's life was aaved, a
we believe, by Hood's Barsaparilla. Before
she was sis months old she bad T mining
scrofula sorrs. one physician advised the
Amputation of one of her Biigrrs, to wale
we refused assent. When we begaa giving
ber Hood's aWsaparllla, a marked Improve
merit was eotlred and by a continued use of It
her recovery was complete. And she b now,
being sevea years eUl, strong and healthy.1
B. C Javrs. Alna, Lincoln County, He.
N. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
Bold by draifrtats. f 1; tlx for f-S. rnparadenly
by G L HOOD CO., Apothacariaa, Lowall, Kaaa
100 Doses One Dollar
THE 1RATELEUS' UUIDE.
CUIOaOO, KOCK ISLAND PAClKtt; KAIL-way-Depot
corner Fifth avenue and Thirty
rt street. C. II bkelton, aircnt.
Council lilull- Mluueao- ! m,n
ta Day Expreea f 4 W m l)a
KansaeClty Day Express. ..r"6:ft0 am 10:M pm
Wa.hmi.1on Ixbreaa 88 pm ls:U5pm
Council Bluffs tsmmio-l ,....
ta Express ; "7 SO pm 7.0o am
Conned bluffs Omaha I ,l ..
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f i m
t anaas City Lff lled 10 Upm. 4 :44 am
Wiping west, ttoing east. 'Daily.
BUKLINGTON KuUiK-C B. A U.. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Bixwenlb si
M J. Young, aarent.
81. L. oi express :4b am as am
Bt. Louis KxpreiH...
7:40 rn 7:11 pm
8u Paul Kxpreas
Hesrdstown Passenger. ..
Way Kreliht (Monmouth).
Way Freight (Sterlioi:)...
5:5ft pit. 8:06 am
8:00 pm' 10:Xiam
IS V8pm t:4liam
7:iSam 6:45 pm
10: am. :uo pm
CUIOA40. MIl.WAl'KKB ST. PAUL ILAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twei tle!h street, between First and tvecond
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes. acenU
Ou p u
Mail sue txpfear. ......
Mt. Paul txpr ,
t .A Arcon modatl n ..
ft A Aeeon modatlon..
1 :tsi ; a
Rock island a pboria railway dk
not First avenue and Twentieth aireet. F.
II. Rockwell, Agent.
Faat MaU Express....
4 00 pm
1 :80 pm
MtXT DtRKCT ROCT TO TBE
:East and South East.
j 1K1INO WBST.
and Kx 1
t ) pm
a Y7 pm
8 V pi
4 ST om
9 (X pm
lt, i" am
b. 15 am
a IS am
8 56 am
It 48 cm
5 M pm
b 17 m
4 57 pm
4. to pm
It IS pm
ar Oriias .lv
is SS pm
I AO am
Id T am
11 JA am
11 1 am
10 54 am
10 Ml am
11 s!k am
1 IS pm
S SS bm
iu is) am
6 4S am
7 65 em
1 Al am
St. Ixinia. U
B IS am
a os nm
11. is pm
in !l pm
7. IS pm
Passentrcr trains arrtv- ant depart from La lor
AccuiiusJalion train leaves Rock Island (-4S
p. m. arrives at Peoria ) a. m Laavcs Peorta
7 -IK . n. . m I I .... . J . .. m
.... M.. a., n.cg ,,,auu I TJO S m .
Lv Kock I-laod.
. ' 8. IS am
I t. fable
" H.ica llaud
;ncnnm. . i isac, ACCOO.
t S hi am IS U1 a . I
j 7.10 a-a 1.45 ).mt .n psa
I 8 US am t ill pa i hJtit pm
Chair car on Fast Express betsreen Kock Island
sad reorta to nntu dlrcelioos
li. b. L'Diiw, a. sT'icKHorjss.
Sup.:riDtcDdeat. tiea'l Tat. Afcnt,
FAST M tIL TRAIN with Eleetrlc lighted end
Bleam brated Vastibnlcd trains hetwem t'bl
cairu. .Milwaukee, Su f aulaad Minneapolis.
TRANDNTISaNTAL KOUTR with Klecrlc
iik-ntedsnd Steam beated Veatihoh trains bv
tween Chicago and Council Binlta, Omaha or
SU Fan I and the faciflc CoasL
GREAT NATIONAL RoPTE between Chicaso
- uvmm v. lj nu jowpil. SIO.
BTllO slILK OF ROAD reachtne all pnnetit
iT"-" ' iiiihhb, wiarooam. aamnesoia, lows,
Missouri, SooUi Ilskota and North Dakota.
FormatM. lima tahlM ..... Af ... .. ...i
frsiiftit, etc.. applv to the nearest station ajrent
of in Cbiraifu. Milwaakee & St. Panl Railway, or
""7 raitruaa aauut any where in tbe world.
ROM WELL MILLER, A V. tl. CARPENTER.
Ur neral Manage Uva i Pass. A T. Agl.
CVPnr lnfnm.tlnH t.i . ... ... r j
Towns owned by by tbe Cl..cai;o. Milwaukee A
.... ,u.wwj -iuruir. wnu: to a. . hid
en. Land oommiaslotier Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
A. D. HUESING
Represents, amonr. other trae-tned and welV
ln...n 1..,. . .,. . .
Royal Inaaranee rompanr. of Em-land.
U Vac boater Kire Ins. t:umpany of N . V.
KuOalu tiermaa Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. V.
liorhester Uerman Ins Co., Rochester, M. T.
Oilisens Ins. Co., of Hiuaborh, Pa.
Bun Fire Offlce. London.
l"nlon In, t'o., ot California.
Milwauane Mechanics Ins. Co . Milwaukee, Wis
vviuwniireiui.tv.in reoria, ill.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After years experience la teach'nsT Instra
nienUI Music, I will protnlse yon nMire theory with
less lessons for the least money vf an teacher la
- DAILY PRACTICE
under our supervision, invea each juvenile pupil
Teachers will save money to order their Mastc
Books of us. Oue-tblrd off of marked price oa
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, aatutnc
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We make a specialty of trachiag inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady PL. Davenport, la.
MrU. O. A. NKBKKEB.
, aVajr fasM IM ttk. LblOsJ tMsaU. A Urn, feftbff
Tory. Ml m. Mmdmam WL. Cm,.mrm. ta
.lMat- tVr.4 ae. mmm $m mi.
ensoul. awoen fXaa- i
MlpWof ar6r4VtMaf lHVlsarS, aMs If
oarwsa OT vir tmm, arts mm eatssa. I,
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
t4 and is Maldea Lane, M. Y. Brueh : af.rtn.
."V - Trmlt Ml lr. a. .
r isra- imwv ,a y esrt4a.
I wsaaa1 skathi aartwrw vrd4
mat pj wtiMe BrCt tm
pm) utm IsbwV. w
lr -toas.pt. aaarasi Ua
NOV EMBEH 10, 1V0.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. YERBURY. Manator.
ROLL IN RUIOK,
Snrcr-.'s'.or fo Ad.tm.4on & Kukk,
m PRACTICAL MACHINIST,
rlhj Rock Island, 111.
Shop Ninrtiitl t., Wt. Flrnt and IVcond Aft)u.
Qentral Jobbing ad Repairing promptly don.
tf6rcoid Hand hhirv bought, fcold ti..? repaired
IT. C TrIOPPJE.
.1 . r "M'E
aero, i r .1 sis i rt
4.tt!om . A r lC-
ft US nm 2A M 2ifiat4-e
. : yr up ii f .
i r - .3 , . s.
House and Sign Painter.
First-lass Oralntruf and Taper Hau.-'t;.
P. O Box 672.
Attractive an j Promising Investments
TURNER & BOND.
102 Washington St., Chicago, III.
l-.tUMulirsl -. UUfrmtt 14 UK. fcm4. 1 .kici,
tiuuni In-ill f ti t-. Tii n e-t r -Hr
U lJtHll. iMKJalMY I 2 MjllU :.-sir-v-e.i It ' l'..T
tt f t4i lm . sr r ! -.-1el f uMa ITthp-
rtMia, mini ths-r srfif Ken I K-alai lnte-tn''ii.
A uantlsfr it! irf-irt'irf flmt hhst liTTU t inii tT
s). ttrnwimr t o-nt Hiiti-aitiiiai nti-r. i.
irrMrMlsrwv aM.li-iiss.i nr..! n ii;Mirrfi .tm
Mmpm tUNl fun iiiliarmatcM. til ftjt.t; ntlnu.
SPECIAL BARCAKiS IN ACRES.
lHre I'cr Krr.
on An-Jiff At.. ttrurV.xn sc ' 19.
In mifw in l'rti4i. . .'4. 1.
1 tl arr. nt I iiin I" Inxu Curt If
tu ;uiHti.n i t : tii!n.
10 lcn' at I'ftftflr JiiTir-itfi. C-'lO.
M 4Tr at lliilfni. i t't.
Jaorww .an -at T. f - Uua1 IUmTTmr.1. (trn "Ulta r
Ja --4aii Vmr. f . ttii
:iiirivin Jifrr i
40 tuirv in t ttt-im on Ik it IL It- ft.-L
n, , " r-a ra s a
Allay Pain and
Heai tbe Sores
TRT TOE CUReHAY-FEVER
A barttns Is entitled lata arh mii a 1.
aerceable. Prtca oil gnu at Urarc. a ; hv mail
rwrtsierad.JiieeBia. KLV Brtjf UgKa. M ar
rea streut New ITerk.
HOLIES Al LIVES-
By Bator A. F. Sehmld's. the pton-r reel
deal Uchtalog Kod dealers erlrhrated
tairh he keeps canstantlf ae hand. Aav Joh, ce
wir avw wBipiicaare, ooue id taw must
scientific manner. CMnprtittoa ta
prices aad quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT".
No. KX Tarci.Uvlh au. ituca l.iaad.
R. R. TICKET
(Member Amencaa Tlcaet Broars A a. la)
Ukduckd Ratis to all Points.
OFTICK la Adaaas Eiprese OOSce aadr
SOLE aSKNT FOR
The Fane Mr Co.'. Bicyetos. Ladles aafl
CUUdreas tucydee a specialty.
Osaet fail hi gmt sa tsfnsste Bsfars Csatrartiac.
'iaat a.-a...... "
al ji c M I
Tbey bave got it.
It will make your borne bappy.
It will not gas or smoke.
It baa large atb pan.
It baa bearj steel bojj.
It keep (Ire aU DiRhL
IT IB THK
the Krandrat prolnrtion of tnodern timet.
We invite jou to rail an.l eiatnice oor
ionmrn-e line of Kifersiile floTet and Uanfre.
DAVID DON, .
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
AKD PKALEK IK
Wrought and Cast Iron and lal Vif
notr, Parking, Srwerand Drain Ti!.
8tiitn and Gas Fixture,.
tiTlltt s.rk r.t fair pricca. E-titnatct furn-hMl.
Ofllce ami ahp 219 ISth St. Ti It I u..ne 152
Kock Island, 111.
THff. T ATT. OR
u No 1808 Se-conil avr-nnr.
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Fourth Ave. bet 1". st and tH St.
J. M. BUFORD.
3a U Far eV-et Toj- ;t4
LOSSES FR0M1TLY PAID.
no place: LIKE home
At nottm.rrf ts. A ...t, .
thin tl ifna Ut. .ulu;.i !.) ntw aviua. Tn1
MKit . . a dm... h. IliMintail'knl
anna. att t w.. lw4 a. t , .1 . M ( , .i,,,
la tbal.ia liiln I r I r ruiu M n.tl ra.
I . .1 A -I I.MSqirtnil M iff irt,. uferl) ll lasl.v
"" t llu.ad a WniKlala
KaahssKrara-er. I'UrWr. nr I'jutaadaasl
witl hm tVamd a rnarnf and varlKS raTH ll.it h.
. n 1 . .mi
JJ V1-"-- Hi" I 1 .via mliu.
aadstdnatad nHlallatla nmllwa " UmT
ai a M asa
Bat1 ir Hi aad
-aaa lavsaTSD a-
which oe lu work la a tannmrh 1
w'' Iheenortty nerisa ta arr and rasaosre
JiltioBss.iU. tut sale at Ks.il lUrhler
Taica 5l CkTii per IVvrrrc
m-r ... C9
u . .
-t-r'. . ... mmJ
ll. . V -mmm mw mil II
.L 1 r"Sli
un UrltltTM tUI SS
asS tktSf SiMI
r" - am i a 'JLtlu-imT,
I .J ll.l
Lt m mmm .M w jj. M . "i iTi ran
mm.i Mil 1 faVhsTMrf. I
vfrfc. Immtf. Hi mn. Ti
Ha- llw-IHtlm f'.C.aw.mMsaMlm
W tawl arwsr-paa ftsssrsa. raitVI M
Tha UlMl Wmtmrm
and stoatrhlv liM,trti.M
- l.m-m Mr -a Partndtral Pill, af Pans.
rlalaiadfos th a. Tb .MS aurih t f.vt.
pvrsliar amis fall tinciMn anik r-a
- v. y-. .ruirra 101.. lor . aawvwaa
1 -v Mvnapssi, aad er aU
anas aa lew se mmy .hia east adhaal
waF04ase a lirai In.
Bed Room Bets.
AHE NOW COMPLKTK.
(wCall a Del are our line.
No. im, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
U4 - I
It 4 . M
J. B. ZIMMER,
TIIK WICLL KXuWX
M erchant Tailor
Ha jut rr'urr .J from Kute at.1 siotiij !ar -le s J Ui s--e L 'n. . -bis
!are f t.airn. Id
S?TAIt ULisTK. On-u-ITK IUI.PKR lis t r-K.
FALL. AND WINTER SUITINGS
fjf ! base Utro rrcsite !.
J. T. DIXOJN",
And Dealer in sMens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Avtcrc.
C J. V. SOHKEINEIa,
Contractor nnci Huildirr-
Ftaas aad starelJrsta. f.rai.i rl, or r. v ml ar r, i 3
l-Sr SMur B.M.. SM rs. a.4 4,..!.
r.KK ilaxd. :u..
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor ancl Builder.
Ofllc and Shop Comer FcTeeVw-nl- ft. -y . r , ,
nd tereth Afcoue. ' ' KOCK iSiaHc.
HF-AJt klads of arosuc was s sraw .a fas ai: a. ;..s
term e as-.Ma' -mt
(idca-aaur to (ihlweilrs A p v-r
Contractor and Builder.
8hop Tbirtl aTnu-, btwr-n lOib an-I lltb wtrt-n p,
(f rrs! Cori'p U staa.1.)
sTAn kimls of Carpe-trr rk a.4 rrparr;ag te Kaifir r-te a.!.. .!
Ha Pjiennl Lu !."rw an1 rlprtnus -
No. 1C20 to 1C26 Third mtt-nn-,
wbert be wou'I be plraaMi to srw lit f-wndt
JLOy?4? edrnhs se well a IWulW mi-ntM. r. -H. -ns: .:f
if P-ac. la the my erne e yoa .aa fas su lu fca.f Ln.r nn, a., fr.aa Mt. la
a-, nvr. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
MABBrtCTCAIB OF CBaCItaJ AD tlaCOlt.
Ask yw Oruof for ibrrv. Tl j ate r-r-L
. -tpscialtws; That nsy Tntt' aad the t'brViy "Var IB
r. OT. HERLITZKA.
2.O. 229 Twratklh Street, ihii u-
ic One Hitter
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mads lathe latest style. Alee rrpsJrts done
Practical WM. Wl M Layer.
Reatdttvo 81 Tareilj-flut fit. Yard Bear Su f-ntl lM t.
Ruck lata?. III.
faraiaawd (se say ad ef TUe se Blre ta tae
aaauus wsiks a specialty.
DAVIS & GO,
a i in
lit--. Firs. IttirV . u
nr Aff I
DEAN STEAM PUV.PS
SIGHT FEED LUERICAKPS
V rswvirtia isv-rt la. jaH,., ... .
statt ittMl,tan.t .
Hefety llr-aijnc D- ifcTs a? .! i
furaishlet a4 lsy'C: M ..
JtlJ T ti ,
U 'k. U at. :.
C0.MI'2sETE L ALL
Fur Calalocurs AJ!rra
J. C. DUJffCATT,
Vra.1 tVtri.wi s prosr. ILal I.Uct
srtta aannnas aad di au a