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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1890.
Official Vote of Rock Island County, November 4, 1890.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
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AMONG THE MORMONS.
'a!t Lake City, Its sights and Char
acteristics A 4'haptrr from the I Dpulilmhrd Ifma
Murrlptor the Travel or "Mm. t.rx"
aad-Mra. At. ahlnc"in the far Wnl.
Serial Correapondenca to tbe Aasca:
Salt Lake City, November 6 Hitv.
Idr c tossed tbe J'mNo we are, of c iurse,
lo lh "boly land " A foreign corres
pondence is always received wi'h greater
zeit than home, we feel tbat we have ac
quired cew dignity as wtli a experience
In this far-off country, but as tbe A Rocs
still keeps an eye on u we shall not be
likely to "fall fiom grace" sm far aa to
adopt tbe relitiion of these "latter day
saints." 1 need hardly 6pk of our
trip over tke Denver & Rio Grande rail
way from tbe beautiful city of Denver,
which, a laid out, covers an area almost
ai great as tbat of tbe city of London,
being thirty miles between limits In one
direction. This trip hould not be a con
tinuous one by leaving Denver in tbe
morning we phased through Colorado
Springs; Lad a fine view of Pike's Peak;
stop at Pueblo for an excellent .'loner;
through Canon City all by daylight;
then spent the Digit at Stailda, but tins
plice is so crowded by tourists tbat only
our overpowering avoirdupois entitled us
to hold our place at tbe desk to register
in time, thus securing tbe last vacant
room for the night, while the remaining
unfortunates passed tbe long hours on
cots In neighboring houses. So we had
daylight again for tbe Grand and Black
ctnnns in tbe R iyal Gorge. We crossed
a biidge ftpannlug the sparkling and im
petuous Arkansas. This bridge Is fua-
pended irnm tbe rocks above bv iron
beams, and the precipice is 2, '-'(10 feet
higb. To say tbat the scenery Is superb,
but faintly expresaes one's impressions.
and to borrow a pun to say tbat it is
"gorge-oui." Is even less satisfactory, but
as everyone travels nowadays I must not
ask for an aJjective to express my ad-
Tbe Black canon la sixteen miles long,
and the views could not be grander. We
bad the complement of the newly
wedded, ami a the observation cr had
been taken off (or tbe winter, tbe plat
forms were the only place for sight-seers,
and these afforded a floe opportunity for
tbe display of that clinging confidence
which is so touching to witness. Stops
are made at Gunnison and Grand Junc
tion for meals, but to say that they were
worse tban tbe appearance of tbe towns.
would give you little idea of tbelr
wretchedness, so your correspondent and
Mrs. Alesbine were forced to produce
from their capacious pockets tbe bistort
leal "fruit jars" containing crackers and
cheese, which were as dry as the country
through wbicb we were passing. I
should have said "sweeping," as Stock
ton's heroine did, but we were sum from
tbe amount of dust encountered that oo
broom bad ever passed over that land
Here we had our first experience with the
prickly pear now out of bloom so that
our feelings were lacerated with no com
pensation for our sense of in jury in tbe
Tbe alfalfa flourishes here with its
clever-like leaf and purple blossom which
we think must belong to the ore bid fam
ily, though oar acquaintance with or
chids is limited to the pink and white
and yellow moccasin flowers of our "na
tivo heath," and when we looked on tne
vast fields of sage brush we thought what
a paradise thia would have been for the
old ladies who used to make our life a
burden by recommending sage tea for all
our childish ailments.
Everyone bss read descriptions of Salt
Lake City, but to the persistency of its
sunshine and the depth of its dust no pen
can do justice. It lies in a great basin,
surrounded by the Wasatch and Mintel
mountains, where well up on the sides
may still be seen the broken surface
which once marked tbe shores of this salt
sea which now only exists twenty miles
away, with its waters so diminished as to
be about one hundred miles long by flf y
The streets are very broad, 132 feet
from sidewalk to sidewalk (although these
latter exist only in imagination) they are
nearly all bordered by trees, often two
rows. But locust and poplar predomi
nate with some box elder. Oaks grow
here only about as high aa our htzel
bushes, but tbey bear leases all the same.
Ho grass anywhere except in tbe
private grounds, and no doubt it is
tbe desire for something cheerful to
rest the eye upon tbat leads so many
of tbe poorer class to paint their bouses
in vivid green or "old rosi." Tbe streets
are uo paved and for the most part un
watered, only drainage and water pipes,
and a very few of them. Tbe majority
of tbe houses to tbe south and west are
low, one-story, three or four room cot
tages of the poorest description, and tbe
residents correspond with their homes.
But lo tbe north and west there aie quite
a number of large and handsome private
residences and iu tbe more central part
some fine business blocks. Tbe inevi
table electric cam occupy tbe middle of
, almost every street, and tbe telegraph
aod electric light poles are there also
You may not know tbat the numbering
of (bo street all have reference to the
temple, or had until lately, now a few
have been renamed, those on the four
sides being North South. East sod West
Temple; these next being First South
street, Eist First South street. West First
West street, North and South, etc. 8o
jou see there is "method in their mad
ness" after all. The blocks, except on
the north side, are are all one-eighth of a
mile square. The population of tbe city i
is at present about 65,000. When it was
25 000, 20.000 of tbat number were -Mormons
and tbe proportion of men to wom
an was one to five. Tbe gentile element
baa largely increased since then, but wom
an are still in the majority.
A ride on the electric cars of about a
mile north from tbe temple, through tba
Eagle Oats, which was until lately used
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CDly by tbe faithful as an entrance to
Hrigham l oung's private grounds, takes
us onto "the Bmch" and turning to the
east at the "Lookout Tower" and psss
an enclosure of about half an acre where
repose the bodies of tbe great prophet
and sever tl of his wives. Only a huae
slab of granite marks the spot. Those of
his wives who died before him are bur
ied in the cemetery belonging to the city.
Several of the nineteen whom be acknowl
edged as wives 9urvtvo. and bis favorite
Ami lia has consoled herself. Her palace
Is now occupied by Woodruff, ibesuccis
sor of Young. To the northwest, also
accessible by electric cars, are the warm
sulphur springs, and to tbe southeast is
Liberty park, comprising 110 acres. Here
one can see the trees. There is nott if g
else to see unless it be on rsce day. but
in and ovtr Emigrant Gap, through wbich
passes the principal water supply of t.e
city. A drive of two miles brings us to
Fort Douglas, on tbe "East Bench." ;t
the foot of the Red Butte. It is quite an
oasis iu tbis desert knd; it is a full regi
ment post. The quartets are buili of red
sandstone quarried in the canon only a
few hundred yards d:s:ant. Tbe band
stand is in a beautiful green square, op
postte a floe parade ground, from tbe
most commanding point, six cannons sr.;
trained on tbe tabernacle, and duriog the
services one day tbe commandant amused
himself by throwing a ball over tbat
building just to convince Brlgham tbat be
was within range. Tbe shot bad the de
The temple with its white granite walls
and towers which are 100 feel high is
conspicuous oil over the valley. It is not
finished and probably never will be, as its
completion is to be the herald of tbe see
ond coming of Cbrist. aod his peculiar
people here seem in no haste for tbut
ciimax. And anotber, perhaps more
potent reason, is lack of funds. Some of
tbe apartments on the first floor are iu use.
but no ore who has not been through tbe
endowment house mav enter here. On
the same block are the tabernacle with its
turtle shaped roof aod assembly hall, tbe
latter built of chips from the temple, with
many spires, Is a very elegant buildlrg.
ana nas neen used for services in tbe win
ter, as the tabernacle has not been heated
until quite recectly. Now tbe nngodlv
steam pipes penetrate even bere. We
wasted our Sunday atteroooo attending
the services. Tbe building is principally
remarkable for tbe ease with which it may
be emptied, leu know its oval shaoe
just below tbe overhanging roof tbere ore
windows around the entire building tnd
below these are doora which are i ll thton-n
open at tbe close of tbe service, making
of it a tabernacle indeed . As the seat
ing capacity is 10,000, tbe simple and
easy exit is a great desideratum. On tbe
occasion of my first visit, there were
probably not more tban four or five thous
acu present, i nere were several grey
haired men on the platform whom we sup
posed to be "apostles;" we were told tbere
should have been twelve. Two elJers
held forth for tbe edification of tbe peo
ple; one upon the subject of faith, and
tne other's speech was a tirade against
the government and tbe capitalists of tbe
country, and a lament for tbe laboring
classes wbo are kept down and obliged to
work for starvation wages, while their
employers roll in wealth; tbis state of
things he believed, would bring our land
to ruin. It seemed to us tbat such treas
onable utlerancea should he checked, but
probably Uncle Sam feels tbat tbe in
fluence of such men is so small, and tbe
majority of their followers so ignorant
ana aeoasea mat uae ue parsing or a
mall Jog, or the noise of a small child
it serves to amuse them, and does the
country no harm. Tbe audience was of
a different type from any we ever saw be.
fore. All the babies in Salt Lake City
were tbere, as well as all the worst char
acters from Dickens, and the sights and
sounds and odors were something ap
During tbe speaking bread in silver
baskets and water in silver tankards, both
having first been blessed, were passed to
every one throughout tbe immense au
dience, and all partook, even to the babie.
There must have been twenty or thirty
emers or deacons distributing it, and at
the close tbere wss a bymn sung by a
choir of one hundred and fifty voices ac
companied by tbe large organ which was
manulactured bere from wood grown in
tbis territory. Mrs. Lex.
S100 Reward 100.
The readers of the Allocs will be pleased
to learn that tbere is at least one dreaded
disease thai science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh
Uall s Catarrh Cure is tbe 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, acting
directly upon tbe blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of tbe disease, and giving
(he patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting uature in doing
Its work. Tbe proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that tbey
offer one hundred dollars fur any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Chkbnkt & Co.. Toledo. O.
Hold by druggists, 75c.
100 Ladiss Wanted,
And 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial ptrkage of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For diseases of
the blood, liver and kidneys ifis a posi
tive euro. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. It
is the beat spring medicine known.
Large size package SO cents. At all
The question has been asked, "In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better than
any otherr" Try them. Ton will And
tbat tbey produce a pleasantar cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and tbat they not only physic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 85 cents per
box by Barta t Bahnsen, druggists.
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A young girl here had been sut!eri:i for 12
yeara with blood diseases until sli- had lost the
uteof her limbs and subject to many trou
bles incident to the di-ie. T!ie t'jiciir.s
declared her case incurable ami prrd.a. d th.it
her life would con to a spe-dy end. Aii.t
taking S. S. S. she recuptr&ted ta-t :h t it
was pLiin that she had ob; ii ird a , n
life, and she hus continued i: gum ! tt-r .;.,!.;
her permanent cure is a.-sneit M;.n :.
tients in our hospit ,1 h.vi- ui .:! -L-i. .: i, . v
ht from S. S. s, end it li-s he.t;;;.e ti...e a fa
vorite in out !. 'U.
Thk St. Justi'H Hospital,
Treatise on Blood and SUn Dix-aies mailed
'tee. Swift Sfecifx Co.. Atlanta, Ga.
(l ate of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located in
In the past alz months he baa aoccaa-fuliy
100 C AF.Sk
of the most aevera character.
Th names of a few who live In Davenport an 1
vicinity, who have lieeu sacceaafully treated are
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Marv Wateoo. rbentnatlam;
Ml Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speilier. raiar-h:
Mian Anna IMvi. Mr Wm Saiilceif, acrofala; Mrs
J A Wianer. Mr F L Ma onhamer. heaft dievaee;
Mr F W Marahall, (11 years standing) plies;
Mr Samuel 3 :ieea, (18 j tides;
Mr Ixlali Iloty ( 7 " ) oiles;
Mrs Mar Werdt, J A Wright, Sarah Mu'naon,
Frank Hayes, Wm McGranati.n, N H Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor baa, but they are enauirb lo ahow what
can be done by one who tlioronchly understands
the eanse and treatment of diaeaae.
EVLose of Mannood, Seminal Weaknoa, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permauenlly
0 Positively no case taken that cai.not be
eured. Correspondence accompanied by 4c la
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCullough'a New Elock.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Paris F.xnasitinn .?.? 0 h
S 4JIUND PBltS w 0OLl BfliALS.
VANILLA (sante) QUALITY.
ASK FOB T EI. LOW WRaPPLE.
FOR SAI C EVF.R Vil'HUE.
BRANCH HOUSE. UHIOH SQUARE. M.T.
OCM-ELASTio ROOFING FELT costs only
2.04 per lou square feet. Makes a good roof
for years, and anyone can put it oo. Send a Lamp
for sample and full particulars.
Gust Elastic Ruormo Co.,
39 and 41 Weat Broadway, New York
, Local Agents Wanted.
John Volk & Co.,
Bash, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
and all kinds of wood worn for builders.
Eighteenth 81., bet. Third and Pourtn ave.,
To sell the popular If. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. It la worn by Ladies wishing comiort
and a good form. For particular address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
Rrvsa STrr, ELGIN. ILL.
WM. 0. KULP.D, D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms S6, t7, 28 and .
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. IA.
Teaches Its students a
trade au't then starts
tlieiu In railroad service,
bend for cirt" nlars.
VALEVTINE BROS ,
1S-1S Jane villi, Win.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
IasrinajarMrama4 Paaat a. 1 1I - J
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 and IS Maiden Lane.t. Y. Branch: Marlon.
? fX."" T Thomas, Druinrlst, Rock
Islaad, 11L aen. S-dam
V'f tS t r i. HOOD
V V r 1.? arl-v ly and Abu.
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Dr. s. e. Mccreary
Estate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
Tie liDuersiiftied having been at pointed eiecn
or t-t tne Imi will and testatneut of Thomas
She .late of the county of Rock Island, sla'e
of I litiois. deceased, hereby gives notice that he
will a;.pear before the county court ot Kock Island
com ty. at the odice of tbe clerk of said court, in
the . uy of Kck Island, at the December term, on
thetret Monday in December next, at whirr, time
ail p-rsona having claims apiiu-t said estate are
noti: ed and reu.nei.ted to attend, for lhepurp.iee of
ban ik the same adjusted. All persona imiehted
to St id estate are requested to make Ixmcdiate
pavr .el. I to the undersigned.
Ditd ihis 17th dar of October. A. P.. ISO.
TIERCE KEANE, Xxecutor.
fJVi Whom it may Coxcerx.
Notice Is fn-rehy given, that the December
term a. l l0. or the countv court of Hnck Isl
and . ounty. stare 0( uiiuois. the undersized, aa
guar :isn of Mary Ann Lee. Eliza 1 re.Geortre Lee
Hubert T. Leeano Florrni-eJ. l.ee. re-ideli.e of
ssid.-oun y, ai:d minor children .f William Le-.
dece. sea, will apply to said court f. r leave to sell
the e-iiate. title and interest of said minors in the
following real estate situated In the county of Pt
oiia. state of lilinni-. to-wit:
lb - undivided one-fourth or the northwest quar
ter ..t lecloutve. (Bj, t. wnshlp ten, 1U, north
raiim sly tiij ea-t of the forrth princlj-u meridian,
excepts acres in the northeast corner of -aid
qua-fr a.rtion. said application will be made for
the purpose of otheiw Investing the proc.eda of
the l of a nd minors' interest In aald lands.
Koik lslaud, Illinois. December Till, lfJO.
KollfcR l LEE. Uuaidian as aforesaid.
KIT OF ERROR.
STAT EOF ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
J-Northern Graud Dlvlaiou
St kremk Cocrt. J of s.id S ate.
Err .r to Appellate Court of Illinois In and for
the Stcond l'lstrlcl.
A line; te Uuver. Exe-utrix of the Eat.teof tamnrl
Guyer. deceased, Annette liuer. Edward II.
iujcr and Annette Uuver iilainliD. In error,
v.-oht H. wilann. Holmes flake-, u.-oive M.
D. Hakes, William T. Rla.s. Mephen V Mali ,
Alexander T. Bern ky, Thomas. J. hohinson.
I hai les L. Walxer. The Rock Island Pat er t'om
tatn , I'hilemo L. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell. Wil
liam H. vicst, Elmore Hurst acd Cornelius
Wm reas. The aald Annette tinver executrix of
the esi a'i of Samuel S. liuyer. deceased. Annet'e
Ouyer Edward H. Gnver and Annette 4uv. r hsva
sued o it a writ ot error from aald supreme court to
'""" juugaie-t ..oiain a ny said Jotin rl.
V. ilsot against said Annette Guter. eieeutrlx.
etc . Aunette (suyer. Edward H. tiuyer and An-
iMr ou.cr iu a eer.s.n caa4 in wn:cn rlnitnes
Hakes Geork-e M. D. Hakes. Will. am T. Rices.
Mepb a A. M- lo, Alexsnder T. Bcutley. Tnomaa
J. Kob nson. Charles L. Walker. Ths hork lsl.u.1
Patr ..'omtiary, Philemon L. Mitchell, come. I us
Lynde, Pbil Mitchell. William H.Oest and Elmore
W. Hum are also paities in the said Appellate
Court of Illinois in and for tbe second district
wnu-B -aiu writ or error Is now pending In ski t
puprene Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
Facias has been only issued herein, returnable ou
the tint day of the next Una of aaid supreme
Court, - o be bolden at i maws, in said state, on the
First 1 aeaday Iu March, next, according ! law;
and, whereas, also. It appears by affidavit on Hie In
the cle -k'a t fflce of sa d Supreme Court that ihe
sai.i uoiuiesnaKes, ueorgest. 11. Hikes, William
T.Kiggs. Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Kcntley
are non re-ideuta of the ata eof Illinois, and with
out the reach of the process of said Supreme court.
Now, therefore, vou. the said Holmes Hskes
Oeorve VI. D. Hakea. Wil iamT. Rifga. S eplien A.
Main. AlexauderT. Bntley. the aaid defendants
in erroi , n nose non-residence appears as afore
said, nr- hereby notified to be and appear before
the justices ot aaid upreine Court, at the next
term of Maid court to be bolden at ottaaa. in said
aia'.ot the First Tuesday In March next, to hear
me rec iru and proceedings brought Into aald
Supremo Court on reluntot aaid writ of errors and
tbe errors assigned, if you shall see Ot, and further
iu uo an. receive wumt aaid court shall order in this
Dated October SSth, A. D., lsfln.
A. U. TAYLOR. Clerk.
ECI ITER'S SALE
Tl: OF ILLINOIS, t
E iSLAKD L'OCNTT, I
1 n the Circuit Court la Chaniwrv
Jobn Pee.x. administrator com teatamento annexo
or tbe .-stare or ttalley Lavenport,.1eceaaed, v..
the koi k island and Milan -treet Railway Com
pany, i harlea H. SI.Hldard. J . f. Kobinaon,
tlinore Hurst, Peter Fries and J. G. Masaie
John Fei-tz. adminiatrator cum teatam-nto an
nsxo cf the estate of Bailey Davenport, ac
cessed, vs. the Rock Island at Milan Street
Railway (kimpany. CZra wncher. John W.
Stewart, James U. Mcntgoroerv, JCdwln G
Frar.er, Levi Sharp Frederick Weyerhaeuser
Frederl :k C. A. Denkmauo, William P. Hal
ligau, luiaa Woodmausee, TiMmaa S. Silvia,
l oins '. Eckhart and Jobn . Downing!
' " S wmmiis, or., tfamea IMWUing and
Thomas Downing, partners etc., as Downing
Notice is hereby given that bv virtue of a d.
cree of th i circuit court in and for the county of
jo. isiBiiu iii iue etaie 01 iiiinoia, entered In the
above ent tied causes on the Thirtieth laothl dav
of SeptemDer.A.D., ltWO. 1 shall on Saturday, the
o.Aiu inj isy in xfecemoer, A . u., l8aO, at the
hour of t-fn 111 o'clock in the forenoon of aald
day at tbe north door of the court bouse In the
city of K It-Island In said conntyof Rock Island,
sell, fsub cl to the appnival of and conlrmailiMi
vj sbiu v rcuis conrt.j B puouc auctlou lo the
highest binder or bidders upon the terms herein
after and id said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of sani defendant the Kock islaud at Milan
Street Ran wav Company, aald railway extending
from the comer of seventeenth atreet aud First
avenue In said city of Rock Island through and
along the -erects and avenues of said city to a
point at or near the southern limits of aald city
aud thenct over its lignt of way and in part over
aud along . ertaia mad a and highways in the town
of bontb R jck Islaud to and over the or dees now
owned by t Ue said city of Rock Island epaiintuc
Rock river between the town of Sears mad the
town of Mi an, and thence over and along certain
street a and public grouuda In said town or city of
Milan to lis terminus therein and including tbe
branch extt ndiug from l lie town of bears afore
said to the nigh point on the bluffs of Rock river
known as I jack Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all sai 1 railway company's right of way, real
estate, ieitsee, road-bed. track, aide-tracks,
switches, i on. ties, engine and atation houses,
barns, mobira, roiling stock, rare, horses, ma
chin. rv, lot is, lmplementa and belongings and all
aald railway company's property, appliance and
appurtenaii. eaof every sort, kind and description
wuat-oever bow belonging to and owned by said
defendant railway company, including those now
In the possession or control of Frederick Haas,
bererofore a ji ointed receiver herein, and all such
which may i.ereaft-r and prior to such aale be ac
quired b bin. (except ing nevertheless all rooneya
belonalnir K' aaid street railway ct-mpany now in
the hauds ot aald receiver and all such as may
arise from oi grow out of the use of said railway
properly anc fratsehlses. or may come to aa d re
ceiver prior ;o hia surrendering possession of said
railway nd property a- by aaid decree provided
together wlti all the rights, privileges and fran.
chise of sold defendant railway company to
mainlalu and operate iueald railwav acd carry ou
its business,. tud to maintain and operate lis aaid
railway over, along, across aud through the a reeia.
alleya, ro-.ds am. puiilir grounds of aaid cltv of
Rock Island. aid town of HUau and aaid township
of South Rut k Island, aud over aud along tbe
aaid bridges spauuing Rock river, and all other
rights, privll -ges and franchises what-oever be
longing loon onuected with tne aald railway corn
pany; all of said railway, premises, proper y
rights aod prl ilegi a being situated in the coontr
of Rock lalao'laf iresaia said sale being subject
nevertheless lo all liens icr taxes or uh.s.i.
general or spe -.lal, which may have accrued aud re
main t hereon i trior to such s1h-
TERMS ot SALE. Ten thousand rIO,0001
dollars in cast down at the time of said aale. and
the remainder upon the approval and ooennDatkia
of such sale by said circuit court.
aiateu at no :a Islano, iUuwts, thia bth darlot
November, A. D.' ltftTU.
Receive r and Special Master la Csaacary. .
rtrirrn mi iirm
utm iA JitusAisE
IttUiaTSTorK. Ho i
LSS'BL- No 1W.IM.
r' -t.es n quired, vvpte for taVava , IT"
avm r. auirvo. vt
148 j 9
iw i 114 ;
l'Kfc. 1K.it fcU.KV Kl llt.
CllR AGO. HOCK 1SL4 ' D A PA. IFIO - AIL
w ay- Depot cornel Fifth avenue and Thirty.
fir-t strwv, C. U Skelton, agent.
I tl.a.vi. tJvaa'T.
A ..nn.- .1 Ulrls kl . as . .
til. 1 1 M:S0 am
Kansas City' Day Express...) !l::0 am 10 M pen
Wa hington Vxpr.-sa 8 .r8 pm 11:06 pm
Counc.lrJluds A Mmneso-t , .n , .
ta Express f I P, " s
Council bluffs A Omaha I ',...,-' H.M
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f " 18 m S 04aat
Kansas city Lfi-.lted 10 M pm 4:4I am
Ttiolng west, .soing east. Daily
BURLINGTON ROL'T E C, B. St VI- RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixisenlh .1.,
M .1. Yoetg, agent.
' T 4rt pm 1
H' Louis aipre.se
N. Li" t t-lrerp
St. Pml Express
neartlstown Pasa..tiger. ...
Way Frel. ht (Monmouth)..
Steninvr Passenger.. .......
T ir. pm
S .SI am
1 :J pm
9 :'i am ;
CHICAGO. MI1.WAI. KKE A ST. PAUL KAIL
war Raclue A Southwestern Division De
pot Twer.t.eib s-rwt. tctweea First and Second
svenne, E. I. W. Holmes, scent.
Mall aud r-xpeca.-
Ml. Paul Expr ss
A Accon. mottatl a..,
s A r .-or modatlon. .
ROCK INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DK
pot Firs' avenue and Twentieth atreeL F.
II. Rc kwell. Ag-nt.
Faat Mall Express
Csbie Accommodation . .
T 30 pm
I SO pm
S oil pm
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East acd South East
S So pm
a m rsxi
7 Jo pm
8 f pm
5 fst pm
S 17 pm
4 57 pa
C Id nm
8 M am
10 Si am
11 MS am
7 1SS pm
ar rloa Iv
3 Ml pm
s a. pit.
4 35 pm
4 i om
II M am
III S4 am
IU i am
S. IS am
8 5 am
? .'t5 pm
b 15 am
? 9ii am
7. OS aia
St. Lome. Mo
null, e. Ill
7. IS pm
; Torre Haote.
in SS pm
8 15 am
1 HO am
. onl-ville .
s uo nm
6 .30 pm
7 45 pm
Passenger trains arrive and depart from talon
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 8 -45
p. m. arrives at Peoria S AO a. m Leave Peoria
. :ia p. m. arrives al Knrs Island utaa.
6 SO am
It 00 am
Lv. Rock Island.
A it. Reynolds....
8 40 pm
Ac-om. srlAAc, Accom.
S i am IS so pm. S.i5 pa
7.10 as 145 pm I .'5pn
8 06 am S OU pml 5. SO pa
" RiKrk Island...
Chair car on Faat Express between Kock Island
and Peoria In both direction
H. B. SLDLOW, k. BTOCKHOUSE.
Superintendent. tsea'l Tkl Agent,
FAST M 4.IL TRAIM with Eleetrle lighted end
steam heated Veatlbuled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, Mi Pan! and Mlnneapoli.
TRAN-CONTrN!.NTAL ROUTE with KlecrrlC
lighted and Steam heated Vestibule trains be
tween Chicago aud Council Bluff, Omaha or
at. Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL RoFTE batweca Chicago
Kansas City and SL Joseph, Mo.
8700 MILE OF ROAD reaching all principal
lolnts In Illinola, Wisconsin Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri, South Dvkota and North Dakota.
For maps, time table, rates of passag and
freight, etc, apply to tbe MvsS atation agent
of th Chicago. Milwsakee A St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad aaent any where In Ike world.
ROHWELL MTLLEB, A. T. H. CARPENTER,
General Manager Gca'l Pas. A T. Aft.
ssT"For Information In referenea to Land and
Towns owned by by tbe Chk-ago. Mdaanke A
St. Paul Railway C'ompaar, write to H. o Haa
gett. Laud Oomuuasiouar Milwaake. Wisconsin,
A. D. HUESING.
. K. . ... imvu wmjw loae-uiea ana WUr
known Fir insurance Com pa nie ha folkowtng:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ina. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ina Co., Rochester, N. T.
Cilhvens Ins. Co., of PitAsbargh. Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security In. C j.. New 11 iveu. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanic Dm. Co.. Milwaukee, Wis
German Fire Ina. Cot, of Peoria, III,
Oflce Cor. 18tb St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After SS vears exDerVenes. la taatehlwat
mental Music, I will proatia yo mors Lbeory with
leas) leaaou. for the least mooey of any farnf ia
' DAILY PRACTICE
nndar our supervision, aire each iaveull papO.
Teacher will aave muner o order' their Music
Book of a. UtM-third off of marked arte aa
bbeet music to verv one. Lmsi.
Roland? miC 0,' ltui seo4 avan;
W maka a specialty ot Uachlng ln.Taail.aiad
teacher how te teach. ...psa.aaiaa
asAvorasa at at 1S06 Brad Be, Davacttort, la.
V. A. r-itiKH.
CIIAS. V. YERBURY. Manntrcr.
Successor to Adamson & Iiuick,
Sbop Nineteentli St, Wt.
OeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t8-cond Hand Machinery rnnelit, sold an 1 repaired.
F. C H.OPPE.
For Ladies' Fine Shoes in a'i t.e new styles and patterns.
For Ladies' Fine Farly Siiiirrs in new and ralchy sha le.
For Hen's Patent Lsa'hcr. Cordovas and French Calf in new fall at) les.
STABT, BERGER & SNELL,
Second and Harrison S's. Sucressors to O. M. rVhn.iJt, Davenport,
:vr. e. m: u rrin,
D. a.cr In
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenly-lirst St., R :k Islan.?.
A Irst class stock of Uroceric that will be I4 at lowest l.rlrj prices A har of pah lie
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 20OC Fifth Avenue. KOCK ISLAND
"New store, usw .lock, th best rod. at the lowst prices. A share of natron -a solid le 1.
House and Sign Painter.
Pirst-clae Graining and Paper llanclnc.
p. o. Boi eta.
Allays Pain and
Fleals the Sores
r HaYFEVES -
- was - ant vj
TRY THE CUReHAY-FEVER
Apartlcl.1 applied Into sack nostril ana at
BKTeeahlst. price 6U cents at Irrarrtat ; hr mall
registered, U cent. BL MKfHaKS.M war
ren street New Vork.
HOLIES MID LIVES-
Bf aslne A. F. SVhmlJ'a. the pioneer reel,
dent Ligklalng Ko4 dealers celearated
which he keeps constantly on hand. Any J., na
nisuer how complicated, aoa In Ike must
cicnttnc ssaaaer. losapetittoa ta
prlcsm aadqualil) iMke.
. F. 8CHMIDT.
o. 831 Twentieth ht kock lsl tnr).
R. R. TICKET
(Msswoer tsiancaa Tlckat Brokar' Aastn)
RzDtrozD Hatzs to all Points.
OFFICl - Ia Aaaax Xiprwa OSW-aadrr
ou AwBjtr roa
Tae Pen Mff. Co." BIctcVbs. Ladla aaA
t-Ulslraa's Hcyeias a asJsVJr
Thrj have got if.
It will make jour borne happy.
It wil! sot gas or smoka.
It has large ath pan'.
It has heavy steel boij.
It keeps fire all night.
IT IS TflE
the grandest production of modern times.
We invite you to call and el stoke our
imtnr n-e I me of Riverside Hlovea and Ranges.
and 1C17 SFCONI) AVENUE.
AVD DUALS H IM
Wrought at tl Ciet Iron and Lf a'i IMre
Hope, Packing, Sewer and I-raSn Tile.
Htara and Gas Fixtures.
t-iWat work at fair r rkes. E'fimatis furnished.
Ufflc an ! shop 219 l?th !1 Tcfp.tin 1I?3
Rock Island, 111.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Second Jlveone,
UKt rlKCKlTKD HIS
feiii Ft ill uitinirs.
t-r.V ',5 No 1S0S Second ave-nue,
CtZJfhjt K - j llJCK I.-LAWD, IU.
Mhop Foarta Asa. het. t' at aad t2d Ma.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tk. aal Faw ard Tl.a n I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
l-tMiilMMs.rr mm m$ mm tM
sM v ar-4tg aasS
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
At afasaW Mr St.. -tt-m . h sso.
OlTltV afAtVsf srwasSkaW ai -dsj, y.
Mowr 1 1 rj C" r ass.
bk ts Vi rl tsstslsaaaaaaaas.
SWs.s.tss1sss.y.Ws. tiSlSI ait... SIAASS.'
... . - -
Th Oreai Frearh stosaesj. for pp.asksas
aad MotklyIrrwlanuasi. rT-w"ns
IsMlle Last L Lssc'B Ksattnstlrsd PKM s fA.s
Fraacrl (aaraatasM to aeraa.;isk all thai u
rlaiawslfct tosrsa. Take aasd tma alTltsi in..
Ccaiisr lo aroavea Fall alrsu..u w.ta sat
X M rsrr boi at three Lam t. a is...
ltll Co.. stsralt neaortotara. Bsssss. fs
I al all
y ... K . srsiat.ssra aa in, asa.rv, ,
afWjJ On, Dave. part.
s u kts Missis, ssassta
tst tas Isss.l, a l S.S- ia. rmtt .ti,kal endue.
tsw y ' hw ssat a.rWjLZLlM
kaiwksr, Ik rssra-er, CUrkWr. New KarsaasJ red
Frasaj f laaaa.
I? W tTT4 sjaahST as vsrsst aassjaalsd Waja
Mtsr.ilahSMlli.ssMi. " " ""
F All c.il me sssss f rtetssUr e alisasssj
sX)s-T )"s.Cn ti snwtl'i in sssUwsa.
Bed Room Bets.
Carpets. Curtains. El
AUK NOW COMPLETE.
CsJX'all and see our line
No. 103, 103 and 107 East S-coo l St
Moll nc, Illinois,
J. B. ZIMMER,
TH WCLL ENuWJf
Dss jet reianed from Kurr.r sal wouM I" p-4 1 L s f'.. . .t
Li ire .f t.uvias ia
Stab Rum'c, Oiif.iiTK II urn u IJoimc
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
f. tjH 91 kave lsea tv,v-d.
J. T. D IXOiSr,
And Dealer in sfens Fine Wodlens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C J. W. SCUREINEI
-Contn.ctor nml Iiuilclc-r-
Fl aad nseWtsss ;r,rs s .11 c.a
Office and Shop Comer erven-s.i m
and Seventh Aveaae.
tF"AU ktnds sjf ArttssJc svsrrs sksch...,
ttsarra i.m t OWerurr A Vrv.
Contractor and 3uildcr.
Shop Third avenue., betwn lOih n i Uih etr-v,
(Pre. I Curb's aM aland.)
IsTAU kinds of Cartaesiter rrk aad rrpatnar; Jtsrst. ftaLi.fss-txea f-artai.
Uu opened Itls Nv aad Frroas-
No. 1C2) to 1C2C TLinl budq .
wkere be wouVJ be pWaatsl it ate kis frnd.
J". 2vT. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ilO'ACTVail or CKkCtlll AkB ilf cn
Ask yraur Oracrr fur Usesa xu-j sww IsraC
a-F-aaacl.rti.; TketarWay "0 TIT IB" aad la (VrW'.y "wiriB"
iUK U LLA'D. ILL.
P. W. HERLITZEA.
t29Tweatleik Fireet. kxti UCr.d rVt,Ut'. (Mrr,, U k I.Ual,
fot Bass Ltliri(
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Una. la taakauvat mjW. Ala. tewsursa dsn wvJk a..n ... assd dicA.
Practical Tile anOrictM Layer.
RssiAaAosj eil Ttreaty-Crtt St. Yard aear St. IHal Depct,
Bock Islaad. II
DAVIS & CO,
A rssatpMte ia .a?
. Brass) 0,sr-1, , V .-t
Hon, Firs I.r'rV, Kir-
was A Ji .' f-e
DEAN STEAM PUVPS arj
SIGHT EEED LU8RICA10PS
V -trwats ssreey rarte ysrrf tt. , .
Tweasy day s trt, ts r.-.;s.s ,.-
Safety riealibf Rnilrrs and '--.vw .-.
fumtabiot; asd I. tier H.i.t. n'
ITU Timt t
It. Is at.1 I
TeVrpto U8. Fs..des J.. , .. .
COMPIsETE IIS ALL
Pray Calsuxrurs Addrrsw
J. C. DUNCAN,
-f w-k Ass a? sf w,:rri. Fates, la
IUXK ISLASD. ILL.
aa a .s-w'k
' Rock Island.
ew'-anaie f.s- al. kiaawssT Wei.to.