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THi: ROCK ISLAND AUG US.'- THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1. IrSiO.
THE COMPLETE VOTE, j
How the Entire Eleventh District
The R. turns Complete tram All Pre-elaeta-lntcrrattn;
Tbe Awns presents herewith the com
plete vol of tbe Eleventh district on the
democratic and republican nominees by
precincts throughout the district, together
with c( uijinrinon with the vote of the
same precincts two Tein sro:
BoCk IBLtBO COPNTT.
a r a
a. C O e
K rk 1,'sntl I II l V"
rfork Mauri 177 .'J tl7
Hock llod S .14 H 7 178
kock I.lanil 4 174 ii ICM 1W
Hock l,lnd I"" '4 17
Kock Inland ' H I"1 l
Hock laland 7 Ill I" 1
Mouth Kock Island "4 ll 1 1
Mnlins 1 11" V1 IM 11
MotlneS in w IM l
MollurS 1M VW IMS l
Molina 4 '.". V7S 1"A et
Mnllne !k H l' 11H m
Mollne S. I 1 l7 111
Holme 7 M ) "B 170
South Mollne If 1K I'
Cnroova S It 114 7S
foe S 1IX j 1
t'anos Creek 4!V 4 47
lima :S K S !1
fur Hymn M
Hampton 1 i HO 1 T
Hamilton M lit 71 77
Himi.tnn S ? 1"
Hl. Hawk 1 H' I4 '7
Coal Valley l M W4 44
Knral M -7 7 l
Howling ... 4 141 1W W
Kiltfli'Kton 1 :4
itllitfton M M "5
AncUlii-le M 7H til fi
HufTalo i'rairlo K l"i I"" W
Drurv Met I IS Ht, lot
Total SS 4T1 431) 4'MSQ
niMiinmit i rTT.
Ralil Bllltl 7S ' fit 4
rte'lforil lit VI
Hlk'irlll W HI UW III
Cannaii 4-. ! 47
Iallaa lit CI J7 1
llwnvllle 71 Ktt
Honey Creek M
ulro t.7 VI
Ounawha 1 t 1S7 1H4 li
. Ilenilomm 1" '
Terre Haute ; 4 W
H Mnnl Uru i i
Warren 41 47
Herorrn J 48
lla.llone l'.tl US
llnpprr'a Mill" 7 )
liniat 81 S9
Harllan l.ti V4
Kivetta tW IStt
jtmniihlirat fal SO
Total tt.C l.ti B Ural
Majority . 4U1 m5
. . if
wliof ii a in ei btfe haen changed
Hi:Hl TLICft rol'WTT.
rtlrnihii'hnui . . .
HrowntuK . ...
i !t4 III
Hi' EH COl'NTT
New bo ion
. . w
.. 1 u
. 1 IV
. . 71
Anifuafa ... .
t lry a
La Hnrpa 1 ..
Canhae 1 . . .
St AlMna ...
Hear Creak ..
fontouauc. . .
. . !ri
. . i;
. . lxi
. . li
. . no
. . 1M
. . 1M
. . 1WI
WMoDih OUy 1
Mac mib t in j
Macomb City 4
Cole beater 1
M on mom h 4
f-prlna- ttr e Alexia....
. . M
THt LKQISLATIVE TICKKT.
The complete official vote of the lecia-
Utire ctndidatei ia appended:
Kock Uland. Henry. Total. Plarallty
lilomMi . , BA 'r74 ,inv
( raw ford 4.M0 3-.'lo 7ii 1411
Vinton TrtMSi 4-IHh 11 -4
WIIon 47V3 ?b 791K
Collin rrrws 473i 1IW7W
Beala t 4tu6ia UUlH
AlnMiMB t .mi lartanr.
Bcffalo FRAtniK. Not. 13. It ia
now .pparenl aa to why tbe face
ot Mr. Adam Slamm had prvtented tbe
appearance of a full moon for the past
few dava. a hit wife pr aerate 1 him wiib
a bouncioK boy. their tlrst. which tipa the
beam at eight pounds. Adam aays bis
bov it a full fledaed democrat and bus
named bim SiWia llofer Siamm, tbe first
name beinif in honor of our present dem
ocratic sheriff. Adam baa disposed of
his eighty acre farm to his neighbor, Mr.
Thomas Boney, for 4.0UO. We presume
Adam will now want to purchase lar
ger farm owing to the aniTal of tbe above
The Keokuk Uase t'jrjt says:
The republican party has been at great
pains to got riJ of its voters. The Ger
mans were republicans and it drove them
away. The English. Scotch. Welch and
Canadians were republicans and it dro?e
them away. The bwedtg and Norwenians
were republicans and the same thing that
has di Wen away the Germans is Um
uetiipj? Uiem. Ths laboring men were r.
publicans; it it driving them away. The
farmers were rerohlicana and we are now
losing tbem. What was tbe tense ot
throwing all these away for the sole bua
inasot making tbe government exist
olely for the take of a Urn manufacturer
who were in, grave doubt It it was not
doing them more harm than good nny
way." Leading authorities any the only proper
wsy to treat catarrh la to take a coniUtu
tional remedy, Ilka Hood's Baraaparll la.
JOSLIN.- ' -
Jotuw. Nov. 11.
Services are tietnr fcM in n
house on account of the Methodiat meet
ing noute nndergolog repair.
"The VOlce Of the ceonle la thai wnlrw nf
God," ald a republican friend of our on
election oay when indication pointed to
a sweopiug republican victory. Now he
thinks that tbe decision arrived at last
Tnesdny I Judgment.
On account of the inclemency of tbe
weather on Friday evening lant tbe mnet
wica was to nave been addressed by
Mr. KmDlter. nf Hatiri rnnnt mrmm
postponed two weekt. Ait are invited
mj ntiena toe meeting. There win be
roooic and singing.
What encase do you suppose McKinley
can have at tbe bar or God when he 5
asked the Question, whv ha attomnfaut f
inflict such injustice upon the man who
earns bis bread bv tbe sweat of bit browT
woes anyone suppose that be will try to
store blmstdf by paying tbit be was la
boring under a delusion r Would that be
true? Did he not know better?
Tbe Joslin term of school taught by
Miss Ella M. Crotnpton, came to a term
ination on Frid v Inst by tbe school and
fifteen visitors having a picnic, wbicb
wa greatly enjoyed by all present The
spread was bountiful with distribution of
oranee and candv. Miss Cmnninn h
tbe winter term v.nich commences on
Our attention has been called to a let
ter in the Union signed "Observer" in
which we find the following with regard
to the csuse of tbe democratic victory.
ProhihiilouiatB and saloon keepers, raiU
road monopolists and Farmers' A'.lianrea.
deputies and Catholics, lions and lambs
can all lie down together (why did not
Observer" add republican) and sleep in
peace in tbe democratic camp. Verily
the millenium must bedrttwiug nigh.
The McKinley bill was "the straw that
broke tbe camel's back" and shows what
the people think of carrying reciprocity
on oue ehoul'Jer and a robber tariff on the
otber. Tbe most ordinary intelligent far
mer is beginning to see through the trans
parent hypocricy. Although the McKinley
bill makes tbeduty the same upon the mom
expensive marble, nevertheless tbe duty
is raised from 20 to 40 percent upon the
cheapest marble and granite. Tbeduty
likewise Is raised upon linen lor tbe
shroud and upon cofQn trimming?; U.eie
fore a man in ordinarv circunwtances
cannot afford to die. But there is one
consolation tbe air we breathe and salva
tion are still on the free list. What a
mercy it ws Mi Kmley could not get at
these. HIU'lujb: Don't forget tbe
new tariff comes in force on the first of
April. (All Fool's-iNv.) Look out for
great drop that will take place in the
price of sugar, when the bounty of two
cents per pound is considered.
Reynolds, Nov. 11.
Mr. S. D. Wait, wbo has been em
plojej in Davenport the past two months,
has returned borne.
Mr John Asquilh, of Marenuo, I.wa,
was here last week looking after interests
of his fathers' estate.
Tbe dunce given at the rink nn Thurs
day evening w5 well attended, a band
from Cable furoishine tbe mmic
Mr. Alhert Aqnith has gone to Hail .n,
la., where he will rouble bis interest wiih
Mr. Fred Clark in t e chicken business
Mr. Thos. C Lewis ha returned from
a weeks' hunting trip at Boston Bty. H
reports the hunting not very good, as
ducks are scarce.
Farmers are taking advantage of the
fine wea'her and are busy husking their
cirn which thev say will yield abcut two
Uiir Is of tbe average crop.
Dr. Werner, who has been suffering
from severe cut in the palm of his hand
from the effects of which be was confined
to hi room several days is recovering.
Mr. A. E. Parmenter has again started
up his chicken industry, and loads of
fowls are coming in every day. Mr. P.
hat hard work getting men enough to
4ud tbe business.
On Thnreday mornine at 3 o'clock oc
curred the death of Mr. Thos. L. McEn
tire. of spinal trouble. Fuooral services
were held at the deceased's home, Rev .
Reaon, offiVintino;. Mr. McEnlire wbs
horn in County Tvrone. Ireland, on July
IS, 1922, being in hit) sixty ninth Tear.
Me left his native land and came to
America in ls4W, takir.g up a homestead
near Pre-etrption. but locating later on
a fatm north of Reynolds, where he has
lived since. Mr. McEnlire was a man of
Ht'oJ education, uprirht and honest in all
Lis business transactions, and a man
whose woid was as good as his oath
Notwithstanding the driving rain and
sleet, a laigc crowd attended tbe funeral.
A long train of vehicles followed to the
cemetery at Reynolds where the remains
were laid to rest.
11-David Sears toRoch Island Milan
Street Railway company, part of blocks
SU and 30, town of Seara. $ 100.
12-Eitate of Tnomas Shea. Inven
tory fl ed and approved.
E4tate of Wilfon Fleming. Inventory
and appraisement b:.l filed.
If Tour Rons is en Fire
You put water on tbe burning timhers,
not on tbe smoke. And if you have
catarrh youshculd attack tbe disease iq.
tbe blood, not In the nose. Remove the
in pure cause, and tbe local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also streeg'hens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Ominous. Actor to prompter: When
does my cue corner Directly; don't you
hear the audience are fclready beginning
9100 Reward K100.
The readers of the Ahoo will be pleased
to learn that there is at leaa one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia tbe only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure ia taken internally, acting
direc;ly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of tbe disease, and giving
tbe patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have ao much
faith in it curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollar for any case
that it fails to cure. Bend for list of tes
F. J. CnsKNKT & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Facts Won Knowmr
In all diseases of tbe nasal mucous
membrane the remedy used must be non
irritaiing. The medical profession have
been slow to learn thia. N'nthimr attic.
factory ean be accomplished with .douch
es, sni.m, powaers or syringes because
they are all irritating, do not thoroughly
reach the affected surfaces and should be
abandoned as worse than failures. A
multitude of Persons wbo had for Tears
borne all tbe worry and nain that catarrh
can Indict testify to radical cores wrought
oy ciy urea to uairc.
Hold It tain Light
The man whu tell you confiden
tially just what will cure your cold 1
prescribing Kemp' Balsam this year. In
the preparation of this remarkable medi
cine for- coughs and colds no expense is
spared to combine only tbe beat and
purest ingredient. Hold a bottle of
Kemp' Balsam to the light and look
through it; notice bright clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Price
ooo and 1.
The question ha been asked. "In what
respect are St. Patrick' pill better than
any other?" Try tbem. Yon will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action.
Dd that they not only physic . but cleans
tha whole system and regulate the liver
and bowel. For sale at 23 cent per
box by Hartx Bahnaen, draggtaU.
TALK OF THYaBLE.
A. Chicago Woman's Wax : or Mnking
Meals anal Aldlrry; Digestion. ....
Apropos of dinner tabla talk, there Is n
family not many milna from Chicago whose
feminine bead has solved the problem' of
that brightest hour lathe whole day to
perfection. She ha served her apprentice
ship in running a household to pieana two,
has altered her plan and increased her re
sources as one bjr one otber Uvea bat- been
added to and grown np Iti the family, until
today the caters to the taste of three grown
np sons, a brlgiit eyed lassie of 15 and a
widowed sister of her own, besides the one
whose ideas for many year ah has ano
ceeded in 'pleaslag.
From the time those children were old
enough to come to the table she haa in
sisted upon an absolute rule that unless
each one had something bright and inter
esting to relate of-the day's occurrences
she preferred to excuse tbem from dining
with her. Their diuner would be sent up,
they might dine later or as the boy grew
older they might dine oat; but "ie was
fond of bright and cheerful society, would
especially enjoy having it surrouud her in
her own home, and if they could not offer
her something interesting In exchange for
her care in providing an excellent dinner
ahe preferred they should din elsewhere.
Moreover, she is best pleased to have them
talk ot the events ot the day, as one ot her
theories is that each days&ould bring some
brightness, aome pleasant episode. If not
experience, seen or heard.
No greater contrast could be fancied than
the scenes in that house of the breakfast
table and the dinner table. Thia woman,
who thinks, aavs people are not sufficiently
awake at breakfast to converse. They may
talk a lirtle if they like, make plans for tbe
day with each other, but sbedecidedly pre
fers that they all read their newspaper
and look over the morning mail. More
over, they are seldom all awmbled at the
early meal, for another of her theories ia
that because it is either necessary or con
venient for one ot the family to breakfast
at an eerly hour, or vice reran, the others
should not be forced to do likewise. Their
breakfast is the sinmle one of European
nations, combined with the American fruit
and oatmeal, and besides a notion or two
of her own.
At a certain hour the urn of steaming
coffee i placed on the table, with the lit
tle alcohol lamp burning underneath. A
chafing dish, with a lamp aLso burning, is
placed at the other end, and kept filled
with water which the lamp keeps at boil
inn heat. Beside this stands a silver wire
luisket containing a dozen or thereabout
of eggs, and nearby is tbe hour (rlasa. On
the sideboard ia arranged the fruit for the
mm-uing. No servant is in attendance at
this meal, and each arrival walks up to the
chafing dish, drop in an eg or two, tarns
the hour glass and then proceeds to help
bin. self to fruit, or the touch of the bell
will bring a servant from the kitohen with
a plate of oatmeal and a hot roll or a bit of
The simple attendance is a part of the
cook's duty, which gives the waitress op
portunity to attend to the arrangement of
the sitting room at an early hour. Usually
he members t.f tbe family do not have to
pour their own coffee beside boiling their
own eggs, for "mother" k generally found
in the breakfast room at a tittle desk by
the window attending to her correspond
ence, it being her practice to get that out
of the way for the day at this early honr.
How all these plans would work in other
families which have not so clear a woman
to direet affairs who cen tell? But one re
sult is that tbee people are the briiibtewt
dinner table guests to be imagined. : Tnty
have been trained so reserve themselves)
and oiwerve others for the purpoee of mak
ing the dinner an event in each day and
are therefore ail clever racuuteura Chi
Hla Literary Taite.
Miss Beans I am fond of history, and
enpetial'y of historical novels, such ad
John Ingleisaiit." What kind of took?
do yon like best. Mr. Wabaub:
Wabash Pocketbooka. Yvruowine's
A Matnral Deduction.
Dauber I wonder frvin what tribe the
eculptiW who designed our cent found
his Indian type.
Twinklcr just home from Paris)
Why. froui the Sou tnbe. of course.
Our readers will not be so very foolish
mat tney wui allow themselves to be do
ceived with a new cough syrup when they
btve experienced .the value of Dr. Bull'
Cough Syrup for many year.
IS NOT one or the old worn-out,
potash, mercury, sarsaparilla.
thousand doses Tor it shilling med
icine. It Is a remedy which never
falls In Blood Dlsaases, ana always
builds up the general health of tha
Cured Herself and Her Child,
S. S S. has relieved me of a terrible scrofula
from whi h i had sunered lor years It enacted
nvy bom hrst a catarrh, then canes at the bone,
sad continued to eat until it doUored the sort
bone in the rlir" side ot the no-e. then went to
my throat and later on to my lunn.and It looked
as U I was (loomed S. s. S has cureo me. aad
has also cured my little dausht-r ot tha taraa
disease. U kS. f. kl fvH E V. Mackey. Ini
Treatise oa Klood and Skin 1 nseses mailed
ire. Swivt srcii: to , Atunta, Ua.
(Late of Cincinnati, ObioJ
Baa Permanently Located ia
la ths past six months he kaa saecaasfauy
ot t most severe character.
The name of a few who urn la Davenport aat
vicinity, who have bean successfully treated an
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Wataoa. rheumatism ;
M tea Lizzie aace. Mr Jobs Hpeikar, catarrh :
Mlaa Anna Davis. Mr Wa Saaketf. aero hi la; Mrs
J A Wiener. Mr P L Ma-onhamer. heaft disease;
Mrs P W Marshall. (11 years standlnx) piles;
Mr Samuel apeiees, 1S - " ) pile!
Mr lelab Doty 7 - ' " I piles:
Mrs Mav Wenrtt. J A Wright, Sarah Maaaoa,
Prank Hayes, Wm McGranahaa, M H Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor baa, but tbey are enerurb to ebow what
can be dune by one who tboroagnjy understands
the esnee and treatment of disease.
faroe of Manhood, Seminal Weakaefa. sad
Errors ot Tonta. positively and penaaaaouf
twToaelMvely no case taken that cannot be
sored. Corresixicuence accompanied by 4c ia
stamps promptly answered.
Office McCallongh's New Bloe.
W. Third Street, sear Main,
ur earn sain
Allay Pain and.
. Inflammataon. -
Heal the Bore.
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TRY THE CTRX.
sVnartretate anartaal t&r a. v
rsaaweet New York. .,iwaav
Dr. S. E. Mm
. I the nraat ancient and most general of all
diseases. Scarcely a family I entirely free
from It, while thousand everywhere are Its
offering staves. Hood's Sareapartlla has
bad remarkable necess In curing every form
ot scrofula. The most severe and painful
running sores, swellings In the neck er
goitre, hnmor In the eyes, causing partial
or total bllnduess, yield to the powerful
Sect of this medicine. It thorouc.hly re
aotU every trace ot Imparity from th
blood and builds np th weakened system.
old ay aroircnta. fl; sli for FA. Prepared only
wwv. s. rjwco,Apotbacaria. Lowell.
IOO Doses One Dollar
Estate of Thomas Shea, Deceaaed.
is anderslgced having neea as pointed exern
f the last will and tesLsmeul of Tuomas
i, late of the connty or Rock Isiaud, eta'c
llnols, deceased, hereby glvea notice ths he
appear before the county coon of hock Inland
U. at the office of the clerk of said co'trt. in
-Ity of Rock Island, at tbe December term, on
rainonaayin December next, si which lime
arsons bavtnc claims strain, i ssld estate are
led aad reqntiste k attend, for the purpo-e ot
ng the same aujnsted. All persons Indebted
Id eststs are requested to make Immediate
neat to the nnaerelgoed.
tea mis ITlb day of October. A. D , is 0.
P1BRCK KKANS. Kxecutor.
"JVi Whom it may Concern.
Xi'tire Is hereby given, that the Decern ber
term, A. O I8W.of the connty conrt of Rock Isl
and :oonty. sute ot Illinois, the niiierainnl u
Kuaidtan of Mary Ann Lee. Elixa lee, Geonte Lee
Rob-srt T. Lee and Florence J. Lee, renlden.s of
eaiu county, ana minor cblldren or illiam Le.
deceased, will apply to aaid court for leave to eell
the t state, Utle and Intereetof said minors in the
following real eatate titusted la thecountv of Pe
oria, state of Illinois, to-wlt :
IT e nnorvtded one-foartb of tbe northwest qusr
terof seciion nve, (a), town. hip ten. tOJ, north
rangseix iaieaetof the fourth urindnai meridian.
xceatxs acres in the northeast comer of aaid
quei ler section, said application will be made for
ic f urpo-e of otoerwise investing toe proct-eds ir
the tela of aaid minors' Interest in sstd landa.
Book Island, Illinois. DecemherTth, !. '
kOBLRT LEE, Uuanlian aa afor.eal.l.
RIT OF ERROR.
9TA rg OF ILLINOIS, I Within and for the
V North, rn Grand Division
3 mmn Cocbt. J of raid Miate.
Erw to Appellate Court of Illinois in and for
the Second District.
Annette tiuyer. Kxecntrix of the Estite of !amnel
S. 'Juyer. deceased. Ann. tie 4iier. Edward 11.
Uuer and Annette Onyer plaiulillx In error,
ve. John H. Wilson, Holmes flake-. Oeor-e M.
t. Bakes, WUllsm T. Kwvs. Sui hen A. Main,
Alolander T. Bentlev. Thomas J. Roblnon.
Charles L. Wslker. The R.wk Island I'sli t orn.
rs iy. PhllerooiL. witcbell. Phil Mitrhell. W n
lla u H. teeat, Elmore Hnrst and Cornelius
w iiaalAS. The said Annette tfnver eiectitrix f
tbe tiln'f of Samuel S. 4 uyer. deceai-ed. A nn.-t
Uuy, r, Edward It Onyer and Annette Unyrr have
sued ont a writ of error from said vunrenie court f
reveTSe a )udgme t obtained by said John II.
Wiln against Annette Gujer, evecntrix.
etc , Annette (iuyer. K1 n:d H. Uuyei sd An
nette Uuver In a certain cast In wh ch Holmes
Bak s, Georre M. D. Hakes. Will am T. H.ci;-,
Step iea A. Main, Alexinder T. Uentiey. T.ionia
J. Ki tsueoo, Charles U Walker. Tbe Ho k NNnd
Paper Company. Philemon L. Mitchell, Come lua
Lynce, Phil Mitchell. William H.tiostanii hi more
W. liursl are also parties in the sain Apiei.afe
Coart of Illinois in ai d for the sec nd district
wbica aaid writ of error Is now petdtng lb said
aaprsma Coart; and whert-aa. a writ o' Scird
Facias has been '"uly hued hervin, n-tomable on
lb t rst day of ths n, xt Term of said -upreuie
Coart, to be bolden at ituws. In said state, on the
First Tu edsy In March, text, accoruini: t law ;
and, whtreas. also, i- appears by aCld.vit on tie lu
the i lerk's office of sa d supreme Court thtt be
said Jolues Bakes, OeonreM. D. Uakes, w'.luaia
T.Kigs, Stephen A, aatn, Alevsn.ier T. l.c niley
re m resldsulsot tbe sia-eot lllinol,. and wit:,
out tiie reach of tht process if ,ald fupnme c un.
New, therefore, you. the said Hn.m.-s Hakes.
Oeorce M. D. Hakes, wil ismT. Riiss. S ephenA.
Mali,, AlevanuerT. B.ntley. the said defendants
In eiror, whose aon-resldexce appears s afom
sata. are hereby notified to be and appear be'ore
tha leellres o aaid supreme Court, at the idl
term of said coart to be hoiden at utta-a, in said
etsie. on the First Tuesday In March next, to bear
the record and proceed mt- bronirht into !.!
Sapr ime Conn on return ot sstd writ of rrors and
theerrorsaaet)rned,if yonsha'lsee fit. undtnrth.r
to do an- receive what said court shall ord. r in this
Da J October Hh, A. O.. 1S90.
A. H. TAYLOR, t letk.
9T 1TK OT ILLINOIS, i
Hi. cx levaSD CotntTT, I "
In the Circuit Court la Cbsncerr.
John Peata, administrator com testamento ai-ncio
of 1 he estate of Bailey DavenporMeccsaed, vs .
the Kock Island and Milan -tree! hallway O ni
nety, Charles H. Stoddard. J. P hobinson.
Eltior Hnrst, Peter Pries aad J. G. Massie
John Peru, administrator cam testam-nto sn
nexo ot. the eatate of Bailer Davenport, ac
cessed, vs. the Keck Island at Milan Street
Railway Company. Kara Wilcber. John W.
ate arL James M. M-ntg merv, KdKln O.
Pnser, Levi sharp Frederick Wcrrrhaeuaer
PrsdeHck C. A. Den km arm. William p. Hal
ligsa, koas Wood manse a, Thomss S. Silvis.
lotas V. Eckhart and John K. Downir.c.
Oetirge Dowamg, Sr., James Dowoim? aud
Ihnmaa Downlnat, partners etc., as Downing
o Ice is hereby given that by vtrtne or a de
cree of ute clrcalt conrt In and fur the county nf
Kock Island in the state ot Illinois, entered in the
short entitled causes on the Thirtieth n(jj dar
of Be item her , A D , law, 1 shall on Saturday, tbe
'Ita l day of December. A. D.. 1W. at the
boor of tea 10 o'clock tn th forenoon of said
day s: the norch door of the conn house In the
city of Hock Island la said connty of Rock laland,
sell, (sBbJeet to the approval or and confirms' t. si
by at id clrcalt coart, at public aaction to the
highest bidoer or bidden upon the terms herein
after and in aaid decree mentioned, all the rail
way ef said defendant the Rock laland A Milan
Hueei Railway Company, aaid railway extending
from be corner ef Seventeenth atreet and First
evens e la aaid city of Kock Island throah and
along tha streets and evennes of said ritv to a
point at or near tbe eon them limits of said city,
and tissue over ila rignt of way and la trt over
and a out certain roads and highways in the toe n
of Sot.th Kock lalawi to and over the or dees now
ownetl by the said city of Rock laland spanmnu
Kock river between the town of bears aaa the
town i if Milan, and thence over and along certain
street and public grounds In said town or city of
MUaa to Its term inns therein and roeludinr the
hrsxci extending from the trsra of Sears afore
eald to the aujh point on tbe bluffs of Kock river
known aa Black Bawa'e Watch Tower, together
with (11 aaid railway company's right of way. res.
eatate. - leasee, road-bed, track, sidetracks,
ewrtdee. Iron, ties, engine and elation bonses,
haras, motors, rellmx stock, cars, horses, ma
akuxteiy, issue. Impmasenw and baionyin;s and all
said ndlway company s propertv. app. lances and
PPBr anancesof every sort, kind aud description
waataiever now beloaalnjt to and owned by raid
defea lanl railway company, including those now
la the possession or control of Frederick Hssa.
heretcfor aptoiated receiver herein, and all each
which may hereahkr and prior to such sale be ar
qawi by blm, (excepUng nevertheless all monevs
be Ion, ing to said atreet railway company now in
the hands of said receiver and all such aa may
arise t -oca or grow out of the use of said tailway
proper ty and rraneateea. or may come to aa d ie
c elver prior to his sarreBdering possession of said
rallwa y and property aa bv said decree nrovidedi
togethsrwlui all the rights, privileges and fran
chisee of said defendant railway company to
malntiin and operate Us ssld railway and carry oa
Us bei taeaa, and to maintain and operate Its said
ralrwa r over, along, across and through the a reels,
alleys, roads aud pnbile rronnds of aaid cilv of
Jtockltland. said town of Milan and aaid township
of aosth Ruck Island, and over and alone the
said hias-es spanning Kock river, aad ail other
rbrhta. privileges and franchises whst-oever bt
longUi.' to or connected with toe aaid railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, proper' v.
rlantaiiad privileges being situated IB the counts
of Koc i lalaud af. reealtt aaid sale be in subject
aweert ieieaa to all liens lor taxes uraeeeesmeota.
genera . or special, which mar bate accrued aud re
main tl reon prior to sncfe sale.
TEEMS uF SALE. Tea thousand ('lO.dOti
dollars In caeu. down at tbe time uf raid sale, and
tnereBAtndt-raponlneepprova! and confirmatiou
of such sale by said Circuit conrt.
Sate 1 at hock Island, Illinois, this Sib dayl of
Moves bee, A D.' lu.
, , PREDERICK HA9S.
Imcetver aad Bprcial Master ia Chancery.
J Grand Priies $ Gold cJjs. ?
PUREST, HEALTHIEST, BEST.!
Ask for Yeuow Wrapper.
fW Sal E iwrw vher-.
U iC WMii, tit ts'JAtt, HI tin.
' CHAS. McHTJGH,
R. R. TICKET
r AIH) STKA1SSBJP
.:r 11' nil" w.-.f
;ll ; ' BROKER ;
Qtm sber mm Wnaa Ticket Brnkeis' Aaeta)
Bjui rCXD Rats to axx Ponrta.
BZE ta Adaxas Kxxeeea
"My tittle danithter- life wa saved, a
w believe, by Hood's Saraararilla. Before
she was six months old she bad V running
scrofula sores. One rhystelaa advised th
amputation ot one ot her fingers, to which
w refused essent When we began giving
ber Hood's iUrsaparilla, a marked Improve
ment was notlrrd and Iy a con tinned nse of It
ber recover) was complete. And the Is now,
being seven years cM, strong and healthy."
B. C Jokes, Aim, Lincoln County, ale.
It. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
Bold bv dTtunrlata. I: ale f,.r as. Fr utre
by a I HlXili CO., apothecaries. Lowell, Msee.
IOO Doses One Dollar
THE THaVrXKUV ITIP.
CUICaGO, ROCK ISLAND at PA'IF1C KAIL
way Depot corner Flthavenae and Ttlrty-flr-t
strwu C.JLIhkelton, ayent
, WA1N - ! tUtyt taiv.
Count. i i-Iain. Minueso- I ,
ts lay Eipress ! 50 1 m
Kansas ity Day Kxpress... ' S rIV) am 1fl M pa
Wa-hmtrtcn express 1 8:xspm It J6 pm
'.ontitli (Jlu Js Minneso- (i I
is Kxprtse f iopm f.-OSam
Council ,-iiiils A Omaha '..,. l .,,. .
Liruiti-r) Vestibule Ex.. f " m 1MIB
Caneas Clly Limited I0 H pm M 44 am
t4oil!g We,l. Moitoj east. tally.
Bl'hl.lStiTON R-.UTK-C B. g. RAIL
way Depct First averjne and Sixteenth at.,
M J. Yon i g, aeent,
I tv I aaais a.
. 46 am;s 4l am
..' V'SOpm 7 1.1 pm
.. :M pn. 8.e am
c. bu.ir r spreee
tT. L-me h&t.reea
r5t Pnl Zijirese
nest: -town Passenger. ..
Way Krt l-hl (Monmonth).
Way Freleht tSlerllOf:)...
Q -lSI a.
I :ti i
12 as pm,
? . If. am;
CHIC.V.O MILWAIKSB ST. PAUL RA1L
way Racine at Soutuwesiern Division lo
pot Tweitleth s'reel. between Pirn and Second
win, K. D. W. Holmes, arret.
TRAINS. Lkava. Aaatv.
.ii inn Mprc, J 4a an On "i
St. Paul kxpr ss t:16pm 11 am
t a A-'.ou mwistl n ) ii,t 10 10 an,
t ,v Arma niodatton T SB-t :lej
RotK Island pkokia railway dr
pot First svrnne and Twentieth atreet. K.
H. Ko, Swell, Airent.
TRAINS. Ltavt.J Aant.
Kast Mall Kxpruss e:i&am t:tlpm
Exres i to srn 1 SO pm
Cubic Accomrnodatloa M0 ami S:ou pm
" ' tsjOpmO-OSam
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TFB
-East and South East.
v ise kast.
f"i tx. Expro-Bt
.) pm1 s IS an
S "4 ptn. ,V a-ni
tl t?7 tT a Wl ami
I l.Ai i ml
6 17 pm
. H ton
Catrnr dire. I
1 4 ;m;
V Dtni a V ami
4 :t: pm'to t7 am!
. j'u .u -o an
4.." iTBl ". Ill
wiTi t.m 1 r- pm
11.1"' uiui tuba
rr-n.tevi ie .
lu M ami
io ia ami
ft 45 ssv
7 S e.
it IS pra
1 iv am
7 4i am
ll.- am T ies pe.
t. Lome. Mo
IX.iS ami a ST pin!
1 erre Ha:ie.
15 ami v is pa,
15 aw! i -i am;
S i am! pm;
7.3X1 iniilO bO pm
s U6 rn
Pvset:i-.-T trams arnv- at.il deftart from I nion
uep-a Pe. a
Aonn lor ,ln 'eaees Rock laland A-4S
p. m artnea at Peoria S an a. m L-se- Peoria
. :JS p ci sr-ive ai Ko.-k l-i-in 1 tn a m
7 4n im
H'iilC i Acrom.
a. 10 IS 4.iS pr
Jo ami S ie. p-n
11 mi ami 5 art pm
Lv Rock I -land.
a IS an
I v. r"h)e e i am It Vi pm S.45 pm
Ar Kcymnds ...! 710ai 143 pm 4..-5im
K.vk I'laud I MB am 5 up ptn a.so pm
Chair car on Pa-t Express betweea Rock Island
and i'eoria In both dtreoi.ona.
h. B Sl DlA.W, a. flT-X-EHOC ?E.
Superintendent. Wen'l Tkt, Agent.
'AST M ML TRAIN with Kleetrle lighted end
r'am heated Veetibuled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee. St Paul and Minneapolis.
TR.X"0N"r,J,i!JiT1' ROrTB with Klee-ric
i:?htedand Steam heated VestibnVd rralns be
tween Chicago and Council BluS-, Omaha or
St. Paul and tne Pacmc Coast.
OREAT NATIONAL RofTK betweea Chlcare
aansas city and Su Joeeh, hto.
5700 MILE of road reaching, all pnnelpal
points in Illinois. Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa,
ttissoon. South Dakota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rate of parage aad
rreight, etc, apply to the nearest elation agent
of the Chlracn. Milwaukee St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad aatrnt anywhere la the world.
KOSWELL MILLER. A. V. H. CARPENTER.
Uencral Manager Oea'l rasa. 1 . Ag.
trVot Infnrmatioa in reference to Lands and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee at
St. Paul Uailway Company, wnte to H. 6. Hao
gen. lnd commissioner Milwaukee. Wisronsta
A. D. HUESING
. 1 Winn i wc-icira ana well
known Fire Insurance Companies he following :
Royal Inanrance Compa-iy, of Enriand.
Weecheeter Pire Ins. Commny of N . Y.
llnflaio (eerman Ins Co., Buflalo, N. Y
Rochester trenaan Ins 4tou. Kochesuw, M. Y.
titisens Ins. Co., of Piusbnrgh, Pa.
Hen Pire (.rfflce. London,
I" nion Ins. co.,of Calirnrnla.
Security lua. Cj, New Uivea, Co-a.
Milwaukee Mechanics ltai. Go . M Iwankrc Wis
Uerman rire las. Ocv,of Peoria, III.
Oflce Cor. 18th Sl, and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
J,le,,.p iVjg a ' i i r a h,-s v
srLatl B.-a. -J-s Mil. B.4. t t. Mk
f . wrw mt a, a, arlM w.a, ri, its ff..l. SilS. nlh
SJiil" M,"'"i - l.-unn .i. i i,t
"a iw..i . Sfc. aw.-. Wf ,.
eia auavtJUC'CTU.. " i . ,.a, r, C II it . fit . ILL
'i?,,FrM', n-mely for Suppreseioos
and Monthly Irrerolsrtf.es.
Lalie Use Le Due periodical Pin, of Pans,
Franc?; gra-aaterd to acrowiplieh all that is
clatmee for tbem. To be used nvailUlv for rrouoWe
pecaiiar to women FbH direct -owe sritk each
t" - Pr v or three : ox-s f, f5. Amer'eaa
Ptll Oo., royalty proprietors. - pence r. Iiwa, The
gennw piM btaii.ed4 into kudert, aUaa street,
Kock Island, Jap;- at Co , Daveeport, and of all
ilea ale and
To sen our goods by samnle to wholeeals and ra-
are the largest xaaBOfactarera ia
eorUee. Liberal saiarr paid.
advertisiag. - Money advanced fog Wag,
etc For rsrm, aodreaa
CfcXTEBBLAi. Kro. 00
WM. 0. rULP.D. D.S.
OrriCB REMOVED TO
Moons ,. east 1
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
foil" 'rotigLt acd Cast Iron and la4 IMpe?
Ho, Packing, S?wc?r and Drain Tile.
CHAS. W. VKRIiURV. VanatT.
Successor t i Adam son & Rufck,
M&k PRACTICAL MACHINIST,
U3 ' Rock Island. 111.
bhop Nintte-tr.h St., ft.
(3eaeraUtMar. nr. 1 !1-pairing prcmpt!y dor..
rTSf-cn i TLirtf5. Ai 1 :-T. ry v)nirbf od an r.paird.
h C. ITOPPm
pT tjf : f -- - No St-cond atvnntk,
rSSlmt&-Ji Ilocn Island, III.
For Ladies' Finn r-tine in all the new styles and pattern.
For Lvliei' Fine Fariy S'.ipta r In ntw and catchy sht.lct
For Men's Patent Loavher, CorJovtn and French Calf in new fall tjle.
STABY, BERGER & SNXLL,
Second snJ Hsrrison S s. Sucres.or to O. M. Schmidt, lvenport.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2ft Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND
iar5ew stoie, aew stock, the bet g.d. at the lowest price. A share of natrouars eolktted.
House and Sign Painter.
P.rst-clsas Graining and Taper Hjr n.
P. O. Box 672.
J. M. BUFORD,
The eld PVs and Tts. trad c
LOSSES PROjIPTLT PAD.
aWta aa Isv as say ratlib;. -, a-en asm eAssaV
u yaimn, taetrtL
Bl Mn mArresb.es.
-IIS AUD LIVES-
By aainr A. P. Scha-id'a. the pioim rrst
dent Lightning hod dealers celebrated
hieh He keeps coostanrlv on ld. Any Job. co
matter bow complicated, dune In the eauel
sclent 1 6c manner. ompetifKm ia
prices ana quality defied.
A. F. SCHMIDT,
no. 821 Tweatietk SC. stock l.laad.
After K years errrVnce In teachlrg Instra
mental Mnale. 1 ill pmssiet yoa morel la-oey wtih
lews teMons for Ike least money of ass leather ia
ander ear sep-rVeioe. grrea each uveo!lo pupil.
Teachers will nave mueey to order their M.sic
Bookaof as One-third off of xnarWe ynce on
HBeet masse to every owe Leave order., naming
author, a: a,y music rouas. 41 sroai asenae,
We raake a specialty of Uachluy rerxperieeeed
teachers bow to t-aea.
Address me at lti B-sdy St., never, poet. Is.
alav, C. A. Mac' halt.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
' rt rrTgl.lllafd
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
14 e1 If Hale-. t. t wK w, .
r. . rce sw be TlTa iT.- XTi
They hav got It.
It will make yonr bom happy.
It will not fn or moke.
It ha large arh pan.
It has heavy steel body.
It keep Are all night.
IT I THE
the srodet production of modern time.
We invite you to cs'l and eiamltve oar
immense lije of Hiversile Stove an J Rtngea,
an.l 1C17 SECOND aV VENUE.
AND GAS FITTER.
Stfam and Gas Fixtures.
wtirk at fair price, r.slimalc furnlld.
and hop 219 lth fct. Tclepfct nt 113.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Svcond .Ireou,
gyg THE TAILOR,
Shop Fourth Ave, bet. slat sad tad Sta.
Attractive and Promising lorestnents
TURNER & BOND,
102 Wathtnffton Stu, Chtcairo, III.
W f. Wa a Min-hrr .f abrtv tr-i fm
D4'nlrm !6stitsrjMta Tfrw yrtvrnitlf V
S r-- rt-- I. t aieU - Ts-ar-r. ymr m nl !.
i- at. i tM'hM
Tttw. mm Mh-r mtif lu-a
9 UH4 IntMatesyM.
A BOrtifs-T .f tv-lf-,ls r (w4 kHano- .lt fur
1-.tsintf pr-r -M.1 riurbhii i..lsrtwt
)U(") arl tmU lul rmi nm -mat spitaUaNt.
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN ACRES
1S -- m fiW . t-r lb - r-
re-a , !. -a. I k 'w,Kfl ttM. Ukhw
I" T In I1-. I. a. -. tf ta
I w-r ai I -a .,! r. !, - ir-ma Cumrt U
iL rnrrw ml lainr JtjiM-fHB, ML
""-i llaru-m. ji it
Jautwaai f-r aM.
V mrr9 in Jw-tVrwesfi. Vevtw
mer km t a lU.t R. R . frum.
firaj-KLAitTIc mmi'WU FELT Cc-t.eoly
P" lJ eseare feet. Bl.kee a fvo ml
for yeara. aad aayoae can pet a ss. a, ad scama
for sample and fall par scalar..
Gca lumc Boortae Co.,
St and 41 West Broadway, Kxw Tea.
Local Agent Wanted.
John Volk & Co.,
M aaaf actual of
Baah. Door. BUnd. Siding, Floorinc
aad all kted of wood work fee ealMera.
Klght. aata Be, bet. fait and rworta ave
V 1 1 I aww, a Skew tease.
li , y.vJ .-rr .;
V JO9 ' ! -4-- . tsa .-. t, w,
wa a 1 1 r . esal s m e. a s aaiw yT3asJ wwaae
fw s w.Me-a- r tw s r-i e
aa. m.y Wlaa.aalwkaer. aj
W. S. HOLBR003TS
Bed Room Sets.
Book C;s 53,
C3Csll nd see our tin
No. 103, 103 and 107 East S-cotd St
s,.. J. B. ZIMMER,
-TO at WELL K.V.HTX-
Ha Just Waived from Europe and woulJ l please J to -e l f-e !. :
lit place of business in
Stab Bloc it, Oppoit IIacpkc IIi.tE.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
tuT I!! B Lave tsre-tt received.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolen;.
1706 8econd Avtrue.
C. J. W. SCDREINER,
Contractor and Buildor-
riaa aad aecralas fsraieS-d ea all risswee ef work, "a to agewt 4 WWe, r a . -.i : .
aide a.slg Blind. swsaii.i new. eilieb aaa minus
KXK ISLAND. TIL
m:. el murrin.
Choice Family Groceries
0. ThirJ avenue and Twenty -first St.. U . I - 1
A Irsteleea stork ef G eocenes thai wiU be d el Uwad lirltg wnree, A a'a -
'eweafe son, itet -
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Offlct and Shop Corner Seventeenth rL
and ftevenU A venae.
tarAHkia4aa Atlaslc we-t aairtelta.
ttsrraainr U uviweiU a a1rvr
Contractor and Builder.
8bop Third avnne, b-tween 10th and 11th str- .
(Fred Koch' old aland.)
KTAn klnda of Car pern leg work aad iv-pairing- 1ons . fstifart. rEa- : '
Ma opened hi New and Spnt'oo.
No. 1C20 to 1C26 Third aT-cn-,
where he would De pVmaex to kf friend,
air place at ta etiy aba e yea raa get n, n. set ke,f Laare every U Irwa le v it
J. -ML CHPISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
XAnrricrrixx or ckacxibj aid kuctit
Aak your Orooar for thaw. They arc !-t-
av-artm; Th Chrtety "TTaTXa" ami ttsi Cwrksty ftnr
BOCK ISLAND, n L
. 37. rr. msniaiTZKAa
Ko. mTwwntWth Street, next to Conrad cVhaeidcr' grocery. B k I- 4
EOOTS AND SHOES,
-MT ' ui Vlll.l-.. eVe.
DAVIS & CO,
a riej vt ..
Pij-, Prai (Jtera. r;. i. ?f
nOS4, Firs' ',;iri . Y.'r
- Ve Afe, s f
DFAN STEAM PUV.PS arj
SIGHT FEED LUERICA10?..
We p rssawue , - ai'
Twesny eey s tnai. to e.i, . .. . .
Safety Healing IV-ib-rs air? '
farnishinj atij Jet ng U ,-. t.
twy V t-
1T1I Fn.ey t,
I: k ! a ' 3 :
Tebrvaae lis Kee- OvK 1. - . -.
COMPLETE IN JILL
Fur CaUlocut Addnaa
J. C. DT7KCAX.
: : Rotk I-M-nd.
BaaUw f s ai t : :
TaeaBevatee. , SAYCtPOMT, IA.