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A MAN TO BE ENVIED.
Mr. Cable, Congressman-Elect for
Tbi Dint rift.
Hla Wraith. TraTela. Boake aa C.
riaaa aa Valuable Calirrilaaa-Hia
Katare u foaipaataaahlp ar the
Km t'oacralal haraeter.
On Tuesday lust the Chicago Tri
bum published an article, a column and
a quarter in length, concerning Mr. Ben
T. Cable, accompanied by a cut of that
gentleman, from which article the follow
ing baa been clipped:
Ben T. Cable, who will represent the
Eleventh Illinois district In congress for
the eotulng two yean, cornea from good
old nock. His father, P. L. Cable, was
a Kentuckiaa and a gentlen.an of critic
tion and culture. Mr. P. L. Cable
atudied and practiced law in Kentucky
for a number of yearn, and in IB 55 res
moved to this city. Here be iden
tified himself with railroa l, banking and
coal mining interests, and be became a
wealthy man. Mr. Cabla, Sr., was the
man of all men who promoted the inter
eats of this thriving citv. He gave lavish
ly to ail public enterprises ami was be
loved by the entire community. Mr.
Cabls was a candidate for congress once.
This was in 1870. when he accepted the
Domination of the democratic party and
made a contest with John B. H-twIey. Mr,
Cable was defeated by a majority of forty
or titty yotea, although be reduced the re'
publican vote almost 2,(100 Mr. Cable
died here a few years ago. and his widow
a lovely woman of high character, lives
here with her son Ben.
The congressman elect is 86 years of
age now. He was educated in the Rock
Island public schools and afterward com
pleted his stiidius at the Ann Arbor Uni
versity and under the tutelage of private
teachers in the Old rt orlil. He is about
Ave feet eight or ten inches in height,
fair complexion, rather sturdy build, and
tbe jolliestcouipaiiion imaginable. Every
man. woman, and child in Bock Island is
acquainted with Ben Cable, and when it
oecame known thai he wanted to so to
congress tbe matter waa settled at once
Ben was voted in. Rock Island standing
foi him. All of Ills old schoolmates went
out and electioneered for him. It wasn't
in the pins to best him at all.
His wealth U then spoken of, tbe mod,
esty of the gentleninn himself, his world'
wide traycN oter Europe, China, Japan
the bait Indies and elsewhere, as well ss
the fact that be was shroud when he re
ceived the nomination.
The article continues:
roney has not spoiled Ben Cable at all.
He and bis family hava mote than they
can conveniently use, bit they are bv no
means intltted over their possessions
i De family lives here in the home built
years and jears ago by Mr. P. L Cable
It is a magnificent structure, elegantly
unci coinioriaoiy nirnmlieil in fact, a
model home for wealthy people. Ben Ca
hie inherited from his father a great love
for nooks. He has cultivated this taste
k n.l 1-......... I. .... li '
u., uiiuhs aa wen as any man in
America. He knows them all through from
cover to cover, for he reads and studies all
his leisure time. Mr. Cable's money hss
cuauicu iiiiii in grainy ma lasies m this
respect, and he has probably the finest
private library in the went. lie, is par
ncuiariy fond of tbe ixmnnles of the
early printers Canton and Gutenberg
and has several specimens of their skill
Mr Cable has In bis poAsesnion a number
of Latin missals, and among tbe most
noieu or inese is one that was once the
propel t of Charles VII . of Fraure. It
was written in tbe latter part of the
fourteenth century. He paid ft 000 for
"Lire of Christ' a year or two ago. The
book was printed in 14S0, and was. ac
cording to an Inscription on one of the
ny ieaves, presented by "John of (lot
tingen to Label Conde." He has Kings
oorougu s Mexican Antiquities." H l-
lingsbead a English chronicles of 15S7,
and a copy of Jacohi. printed at Leip
zig, 1S15. It was the property of Samuel
T. Coleridge, and shows his annotations,
written in an eftlminate hand. Tbe
Nuremburg chronicle of 14U4 is one of
Mr. Cable's treasures. He has numerous
books bearing the imperial arms of France
of the time of Napoleon I. Mr. Cable is
particularly fond of a copy of Burns'
poems, printed at Albany, N. Y.. in 1787.
snows me oooplute and autograph
oi ueorge n asnington and tbe bookplte
and autograph of Bushrod Washington
as w.ll. Mr. Cable is fon 1 of extra
illustration, and has for some years col
lected engravings and etchings for the
illustration of ttoydell s Shakspeare. He
nas collected several hundred expensive
pictures of celebrated actors and access
es who hnve delineated Shakspcare's
characters. There were nine volumes of
the book when he began his work and
the number lias doubled since. Judging
by tbe amount of material he has at hand
there will be about twenty-seven volumes
when the book is complekd, and it will
have cost Mr. Cable at least $2,500.
Mr. Cable bas portfolio after portfolio
of autograph letters from distinguished
men and women. Some of them are
unique. Susan Cibber writes to David
Oarrick, and admitting she bas been dis
appointed because he Iihb not called to
see her for several weeks, wants to know
when she will have that pleasure. Susan
was evidently afraid the letter might mi.
carry, so she addressed It "To Mr. Gar
rick, at a perriwig-maker's, the corner of
the great piazza, Covent Garden." He
has a letter from Mme. Vestris toGeorge
Ann Bellamy, who wrote a book entitled
"An Apology foi the Life" lUmo
Ann enjoyed herself while she was here
on earth, and five volumes were required
to make tho necessary apologies
for sins of omission and commis
sion, In 1788 Lord Wslnole wrot a
- . , - . . , v.
friend asking as to the existence of tbe
castle of utronto, of which he had just
oearu. air. Cable bas this letter and
mncre irom Samuel Fiote, the cotne-
uian, airs. Bullions, tbe tragedienne, and
ami nunuretts of others,
in. . . - i ....
ma tanie in puinting. en'Tavimra
etchings and ceramics is as excellent and
cultivated as in books. He has collected
tue cho cest specimens of Japanese art
he can get. ami some of his finds are
great oddities. He has several examples
of the workmanship of the Ja QRnpat In
articulated figures of dragons made from
iron, tvery joint io these figures works
as rreely as if or recent construction, al
'"lhough made a century ago.
.FH1KNDS ALL OVEK TUB WUKI.D.
This Is ii T. Cable, tbe son of tbe
richest man in wesrrtu 'tlksph an edu
cated, refined, cultured gentlenmu,.nd
wuuai an unassuming man. He is well
cnown among the club men in New
York, Chicago. San Francisco in fact.
mr. lame nas friends ail over the world.
and a big pile of congratulatory tele-
grams receiveg since tbe election lie on
the table in bis library. Perry Belmont
in some respects resembles Mr. Cahle.but
mere is this marked difference between
the two men: Perry Belmont is an aris
tocrat and never entirely allows himself
to forget his position and wealth. Ben
Cable captivates one before he knows it
by his easy, plain ways.
Mrs. Cable is niece of Thomas II.
Benton, of Missouri, the "thirty-year
senator." She is a handsome woman of
exquisite address and lovely ways. The
couple have a little daughter 5 years of
Ben Cable does not say what he intends
to do when he goes to congress. His
friends declare that tbe natural inclina
tions of Mr. and Mrs. Cable will lead
them into the world of aociety, and it is
almost certain that the Cable establisb-
T JShV1" C"pUaI w,u 06 lue cene of
some brilliant social events. Mr. Cable
wys he believes he will take bouse in
Washington and entertain bis friends.
His sister. Mrs. Geo. Caslleman. of St.
iouls, handsome and accomplished
woman, will probably spend part of tier
time with Mr. and Mrs. Cable in Wash
ington, and pretty much, everybody In
tbe district with money and leisure tima
will go down to the capital during Mr.
Cable's . term of office and aee bow he is
A BENEFICIAL INSECT.
All Abont tha Irae;tn Fly, Its Habits
and Its Cms.
Few insects have received more popu
lar attention than tbe dragon flies, as is
shown by the common names they have
received. We call them dragon flies.
DRAGON VLY, ADULT, AND LARV.E.
devil's darning needles, snake feeders,
mosqnito hawks and various other
names. The English sometimes term
them horse stingers, and the Scotch fly
ing adders. The French speak of them
as demoiselles or ladies, while the Ger
mans have called them "virgins of the
water." These flies undergo certain
changes during their life. The adults
deposit eggs nsnally just beneath the
surface of the water on some reed or
rabbtoh. Trieste eggs soon hatch into
small larvtB, which live in tha water,
preying upon other animal, and gradu
ally growing in size.
Wben one of these dragon fly larvre
becomes a pupa it remains active and
does not differ mnch from its larval form,
moving about as vigorously as before.
In a short time after it bas become a
pua, however, it ascends some reed or
ledjre nntil it is above the water level,
and its skin splits along the back, the
adult dragon fly crawls out, suns itself
as its wings expand and finally flies away.
These dragon flies rank high among
the classes of beneficial insects. Both in
their young and adult stages they de
stroy large nnmbers of mosquitos and
similar pests, and they doubtless render
much more service to man than they are
generally given credit foraecording to
Popnlar Gardening, authority for the
A correspondent in The American Bee
Journal has the following to say on
1 have the bees all ready for winter
leforo the nights get so cold and frosty
as to candy the honey in the hivo. We
winter our bees in an nndergTonnd cellar.
40 feot long. 7 feet high and 6 feet wide,
with a 6x7 inch ventilator near each
end; also three well lifting doors, which
leave two dead air spaces between the
bees and the extremely cold weather,
with the mercury often 40 dogs, below
zero in this northern climate. When
von put the bees into the cellar remove
the cover and entrance blocks, leaving
only tho quilt over the hive. Put two
blocks (2x2 inches and the length of the
hive) under the hive, then put two more
on top, on which to put unother hive,
and so on until they are five tiers high.
Ono essential thing is a half inch en
trance, full width of the hive, and left
oia-n: by so doini? there will be plenty
of upward and lower ventilation, and
the bees will not smother or lack in any
way for pure air. The bottom hive
should not be less than ten inches from
the bottom of the cellar, to allow the
foul air, if any. to settle below it and
pa.ss oft" through the underground drain,
which should consist of not less than
two inch tiling. Boes placed in a cellar
as I have described, with a temperature
ranging from 40 to 45 degs., will winter
as safely as by any other method, chaff
hive not excepted. The temiierature
can easily be regulated by a slide in
each ventilator not a toboggan elide,
but' a sliding door.
Dressing anil rhipplug foul try.
In New York city there is an ordinance
providing that the crops of turkevs an 3
chickens offered for sale shall be free
from loon ami other substance and
shrunken close to their bodies. In the
XNew lork markets poultry is seldom
drawn, while that offered in th Riston
and New England markets is relieved of
the entrails when the birds are killed.
I he old New ork commission firm of
Messrs. Ward give to their customers
the following directions: "To insure
highest market prices the poultry must
oe wen raiteneil, crops emptied when
killed, nicely and well picked, thorough
ly cooled, but not frozen. Pack in boxes
with a layer of clean straw (rye straw is
oest) uetwoen the layers of poultry, in
the same riosture in which the bird
roost Mark each box, specifying what
it contains. Send invoice by mail. Ship
to reach destination nliout the middle of
the week, nnd never so late as to arrive
Thanksgiving is the season of greatest
demand for fine turkeys. Christinas is
the tng season for prime gee-e. Whiln
the largest sales nsnally occnr during
the holiday season, from Thanksgiving
on until after Lent, there is a brisk de
mand for poultry. Capons command
the biggest prices directly after the sea
son of venison, qnail and other choice
game. Alany keep their capons and fat
pullets back until about the 1st of Feb
ruary. Here and There.
There appears to be an increased dis
position on the part of eastern farmers
to use commercial fertilizers fornota-
toes. They claim a Utter yield with
fair, smooth skinned tubers than when
employing stable manure.
There is as yet no satisfactory machinn
for cutting cornstalks in the field. Slf-
binding reapers are used in some locali
ties to cut the small varieties of corn,
but for largo, fnlly matured sorts these
do not work wclL
The New York Pigeon association will
hold its show Feb. 4-10, 1891.
Connecticut growers claim a heavy
yield of tobacco.
In New York city the demand is all
the while increasing for bottled milk.
Georgia's state agent says that the
cow iea grows steadily in "favor as a
renovating and foragecrop, and the area
Is increasing yearly.
The hop crop of the country at large
is decidedly short, especially in New
York, which state promises aliout 75
per cent, of an average crop.
Anxious In Wttrk. but Nothing to 1H.
"By Gi-orgo," said the tramp, 'Tin
gottin' discouraged,.. J ij;ri'.t lieen able to
'lt,ft.V.'v.,i viiow shovelin' iiU'fnmmer.
I tlfink I'll go ont o" the business artd
take up lawn niowin' for the winter."
New York Sun.
Mr. Bliffers Bobby, there's an organ
prinder fonr blocks down the street.
Slip aronud there und get into some door
way. Then when he sees yon step up to
him and give him this quarter.
Bobby Yes, pit. What for?
Mr. Buffers So he'll keeD on nlavinir
down there instead of coming here.
Street & Smith's Good News.
One Follows tha Other.
Dr. Dright Wo work ut rather cross
prirjiows, do we not, Mis9 Modiste?
Jlisa Modiste (the fashionable dresa-
maker) How bo. Dr. Brisrht?
Dr. Bright Well, ron see. Deonle
come to you to get fits, and then come to
Die to got enred of them. Journal of
H Icelanders Seem to Han It.
dazzjtni The United Stti mn.fits.
tion gmnts tho right to bear arms, I be
lieve? Larktn Yea.
Oazzam I suppose that the finite
coastitntion. then, granta tbe right of
Dare tejja. a enowine a JNewa,
A Bad CaMt.
Mrs. Jaysmith I really don't know
what to do about my husband. He is a
slave to opium.
Mrs. McCorkle You don't sayl
Mrs. Jaysmith Yes; he takes an epi
demic injection every day. Judge
Snodgrass (meeting Snively with a
valise) Hello, where are you going?
Snively (slightly crossH-No where.
Snodgrass Know-where! I didn't
euppose yim were acquainted in Boston.
$100 Reward C100.
Tbe readers of the Akods will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science bas been able to curs
in all its stages, and that is catarrh.
QtaU's Catarrh Cure is tbe only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being 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
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
fxitb in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for anv case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Cuernkt & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
In this little casket I have preserved ail
these years the dearest remembrance of
my honeymoon. It is tbe hotel biil.
Tbe question has been asked, "In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better thsn
any otberT" Try them. You will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and that tbey not only physic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
box by Hartz & Bahnsen, druggists.
New York may make the most of its
Count de Paris, for it can have no more
count de ten us.
Facts Wont Knowing.
In all diseases 'of the nasal mucous
membrane the remedy used must be non
irrita'.ing. The medical profession have
been slow to learn this. Nothing satis
factory ean be accomplished with douch
es, snuffs, powders 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 who had for years
boroe all the worry and pain that catarrh
can inflict testify to radical cires wrought
by E'y's Cream Balm.
"It was a magnircent mine
ruined it. "HowY" 'The
took all the gold out of it.'
poir id ois
If Your Home is on Mr
You put water on the burning limbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you shr nld attack the disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove the
in pure cause, and the local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
riila. the grest blood purifier, which radi
cally and permsnently cires catarrh. It
also strergthens the nerves, lit sure to
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Ominous. Actor to prompter: Wl en
does tny cue conu 1 Directly -.don't yon
hear the audience sr5 already beuinninu
to hifs? " r
Hold, tt to ih- Light.
The man who tells you confiden
tially just what will cure your cold is
prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In
the preparation of this remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense is
spared to combine only the best and
purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and l.-tok
through it; notice bright clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Price
5tlc and f 1.
A HOUSEHOLD FAVORITE.
A young girl here had bwn nuttprint: fur 12
jears with blood diseavs until siie had tost the
use of her limbs and was f uljject to many trou
bles incident to the' dise.Ke. The vliysicLns
declared her case incuiaiile and iwduted that
her life would con to a sredy end. Alt.T
talcing S. S. S. she recuperated so tat thjt it
was plain that she had obtained a new k-.xse on
lite, and she h.is continued t. grow iMvr until
her permanent curt- is assure-i. M.m oth -r
tients in our hospital have obtained sian.l ber,
tit from S. SiS., and it has become unite a 1
vorite in our aouse.
Th5t. "Josteii H.ispital,
Treati-.e on Blood and Skin I listascs nailed
reo. SwifT Si-ecuvic Co., Atlanta, Ga.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Bas Permanently Located ia
In the pavt six months he has succewfnUy
of the most aevere character.
The names of a few w-hn lira in ... ,
vicinity, who have been mne-ir.,i!
given Im-Iow: '
Mr A . LPain, Mrs Mnrjr Watson, ruenmatlura;
Misi) Lizzie auce. Mr John Mi.Hki-r. raiarrh
Mi. Anna tavin r Win Sankeyf, serofula; Mrs
m X1'"!;?JM,' P V,M"UBnr. henft diseane;
U Marahall, (II years standing) piles;
Mr Samnel Speiee, ,1S - i Liie-
Mr. Ma, Wen.lt. J A Wright. Sarah Mun 0
Frank 1 1 uvea. Wm Mriri..i.-7 v '
female dWe. ' " ""!"..
Theoe are a verv few of ih. m-nw ..-:... ut.
the doctor nan, but they are cimutrh to how what
ran he done by one who thoroughly ondemtauda
iueeue ant treatment of diseitee
t LOS Of MHIlhlHllI Hamln.l U' 1 ..
p - , , - u, nnuumi, Alia
" j. iwiui. uroiiiveiv inn
fcW HowlttvelT BO case taken th.t e.. nni l
eared. Correennndenre icanmnnk.1 k, .
stamps promptly answered.
fflce-JtcCaltough' New Block.
" W. Third Street, near Main,
Peris Exposition, 188:1:
3 Cirand I'rizcs-i-3 Gold Alcd uls.
PUREST, HEALTHIEST, BEST.
ask tor Yeilow wrapper.
hnr Sale Km-tirkrre.
BRAhCH HOUSE, UIIION SnUAKl, NEW YBSl.
To aell our goods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers Im
oar lino. Liberal salary paid. Permanent poal
tmn. Money advanced foi Wages, adverUaing.
etc For rerms address
CKMTKBMIAt. P8. 00.. Chicago, OL
WM, Oi KULPj D, D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
MA80NIC TEMPLE, -
Rooms 6,t7,8 and ,
Takallerator. DATXNFOHT, 1A
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
THE ROCK ISLAND
Tha Coming On of America.
Van Houten'shasrr more of the flesh-forming
elements of cocoa than is obtained by the best processes of
: M tlOOTEW'S lOGQA
"BEST A GOES FARTHEST."
Doctors and analysts of the highest standing all over the
world, certify to this immense saving, and by Van Hou
ten's special process only can this be attained.
7v" Horm'aOoRMC'oae tried, always '') po ith. itmI awraatac of
leaving aoinjariomeneetaoa UMMrranvitm. No wnodor. thmfora, that a all parwi
of tha world, thu iwfcr't Ooeoa to rni ky MStail mm. taatmw m lea
wrwtfcer nwkmlM. rW 4illr r eklMraaaraSalla,
fcat www "Irk, rlek aw4 pur, Ak for V HiHtTEK'a and U ao oftW. M
Paris Exposition, 1S89 - J
LARGEST CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURERS IN THE WORLD
YEARLY SALE EXCEEDS 30,000.000 POUNDS,
PUREST, HEALTHIEST AND BEST.
Ast for YELLOW WRAPPER Msiier Ctalates ui tab u often.
. For Sole Ererywhere.
BRANCH HOUSE, UNION SQUARE. NEW YORK.
Kmnte of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
The nndereiinied having been ai pointed execn
" t the iaet will and t tamint of Tboman
hea. late of the county of Hock InUnd, eia'a
t r Illinois, doceaaed. hereby gives amice that he
v ill apiiear before the county court of Kock l.land
county, at the office of the clerk of said court. In
I le city of Rock leland, at the December term.oa
t le tint Monday in Lecember next, atwbteh time
ailni-iKona l.avinc claims aeainm aaid ewate are
tiotined and requentd to aUeniLforthepurpoee or
havinij the raine adjufled. All person, indebted
to said ertate are requested to make ImineOiMte
liavment to the ondereiEned.
Djtcdihi, 17th day of October. A. D., 1WC.
PIBKCK KKANK, axecator.
j Whom it mat Concerw.
Notice Is herehy Riven, that at the Tlecemher
tt rm. A. D IH'.O, of the county conn of Kock Inl
aid comity, vute of lllinoia. the undersigned, as
(! wnliiin of Mary Ann Lee. Eli.a I ee.tieorire Lie
H ilirrt T. Lee and Klorvtic-e J. Lee. Teldt n. of
k id couuty. aud minor children of William Le-,
d,eael. will apoly to aid court fur leave to ell
tt e estate, title and intereetof aaid minor in the
f Mowing real etate situated In the couuly of IV
01 la. Hlatc of lllinoiii. to-wit :
The undivided one fourth of the northwen quar
ter of ueciiou Ave. (5), iok ihip ten. 110), north
rainje ix (SJ eaot of the fourth principal meridian,
eiceptil acres in the northeast comer of aid
qi aiu-r seel ion. said application will be made for
Hie purpose of otherwwe Investing tha proceed, of
he kmIo of said minors' inlerei-t in raid landt.
Rock Inland, 11lin i, DeceinherTth, 1S).
KUKEK T LEE, Guardian as aforesaid.
KIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
v Northern tirand Division
St PREME Coi'RT. ) of said!iatv.
:rror to Appellate Court of Illinois in and for
tho Second District.
At nelle liuver. Executrix ct the Estitcof Samuel
f.. Uuyer. deceased. Annette tiiiyer. Kdward H.
.ner and Annette (olvi-r plaiiilies In error,
as. John n. Wilson. Holmes Hake-, aeorve M.
I. Hakes, William T. Hint. SMepben A. Main,
jvlelaniler T. Benllev. Thomas J. Rohiuxm.
hnrles L. Walker. The R.K'k Island Par 'om-
any, Phik-mouL. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell. il
1 am H. Cot, Elmore Hurst aud C'onielius
WutRxjs. The said Annette liuver evecutrlx of
thi esta'e of Ssmuel S.tiuver. deceased. Aunt-lie
liuyer, Edward 11. Ouyer and Annette tiuyer hnve
sui d out a v.Tlt of error from said supreme court to
reere a jiid'mei.t obtained bv said Ji.hn H.
Wilson ai;ainl said Annetle tlujer, e..eiitnx.
etc , Annette tiuyer. Edward H. Oliver and Au
neite liuver in a certain cast In wh ch Holmes
Baes, Oeor.-e M. D. Hakes. Wlll'am T. KlCi;s.
Stephen A, Mtin, Alexander T. Hentley. Thomas
J. Kobinson. Charles L. Walker. The Rock Island
PaiierCompary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
l.ynde, Pbil Mitchell. W illiam H.Gest and Elmore
W. Hurst are also parties in the said Appellate
I'oi.rl of Illinois in and for the second ll-lrH-
wh i-b said wiitof error is now peinling io enid
SU.p;me Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
Ka, a has been only issuexi herein, returnable on
the 4rt day of tbe next t rro of said Supreme
I'ot rl, to be holden at Ottawa, in aaid slate, on the
Kir-t Tuesday iu March, next, arrordinic to law ;
ami. whereas, also. It appears by affidavit on Hie m
the clerk's office of sa-d Supreme Court that he
sale Holmes Hakes, tieorve M. D. Hakea, William
T. t ifg. Stephen A. Main. Alexander 1. Heuilef
are ioii-retdentof the sfateof Illinois, and w ith
out he reach ofthe process if raid Supreme court.
Now. tlierefore. you. the said Holmes Hakes,
Oeonte M. I. Hakes, WilMamT. Hltirs, S.rphen A.
Main. AlexauderT. Uenlley, the said defendant
in e rror, whose non-reeideoce apKrs as afore
saio. are hereby nolinnt to be and appear before
the Justices of said Supreme C'onrt. at the next
leniiofsaid court to be holden at Ottawa, iu said
siai.j. on the First Tuesday io March next, to hear
the record and proceedings bronirht into said
Sup -erne Conn on return of aaid writ of errors and
tbe orrors asstvned, if yon shall see Of, andfnrth.T
to di i receive what said court shall order in this
lh.ied October th, A. P.. 1S10.
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
St ATK OF ILLINOIS,
RiaK IsLallD Cot; NTT,
In the rirruit Court in Chsncery.
Joht Teetz. admlulsiratorcDU U-lamctito anncxo
of the estate of Baiiey Davenport,ureeased. vs.
the nock island and Milan Mrecl Railway t orn
pauy. t'harles H. Sloddard. J. T. hohinson.
hlinore Hurst, I'eter Fries aud J. (i. Massir.
tr jrinal bill.
John Peetz. admtnisttatnr rum teatant'-nto an
ne:;o or the estate or Bailee Davenport, de
ret sed, vs. the Kock Island A Milan Street
ha Iway Company. Kzra Wilcber, John W
Stewart, James M. M, nl(t oery, Kdwin U.
Friizer. Levi Sharp Frederick Weverhaeuser
Fn derick C. A. beukmano, William t. Hal'
lipin, Ross Woolmanseo, Thomas S. Silvia,
I ouia V. Ecthart and John . Downing!
Ge,rsre DowninK, Sr., James Downing and
1 h. m as Downing, partners etc as Downing
No Ice is hereby riven that bv virtue nf a de.
rree nf the circuit court In and for the county of
isiauu iu me state 01 Illinois, entered in tbe
abovi entitled causes on the Thirtieth Stniil day
ot September, A u , IB'JO, I shall on Saturday, Hie
aixm ioj aay or lieremoer, A. ., 18SU, at tbe
hour of ten 1(11 o'clock iu the forenoon of said
day at the uonh door ol tbo court bouse iu the
cuy i nora isiana in said county of Hock Island.
sell, I 4nbirct to the anoroval nf and ri,nl1ri,,.iinn
by said circuit court. J at public auction to the
nigiiem oiuuer or oiuuera upon the terms herein
after tnd in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way or said defendant the Hock Island A Milan
streel Hallway Company, said railway extending
i i.v niiuo 111 nevenieento street and r'irst
avena iu aaid city nf Kock Island throngh and
along tbe si reels and avenues of aaid city to a
point ut or near the southern limits of said city,
and tt ence over It rigm of way and in part over
sou ai ins certain roads and highways in tbe town
of South Kock Island to and over tbe or dyes wow
owned by tbe said city of Rock Island apannius
ri.er wiwecn toe town oi wears and the
town r f -Milan, and thence over and along certain
street and pubiie grounds in aaid town or city of
Milan to Its terminus therein and tnclndtug the
uraiiu exienuinp irom tue town or bears afore
aaid to the high point on the bluffs of Hock river
knows as Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
-mi i saiu railway company s right of way, real
esiate, lca-ca, road-bed. track, side tracks,
switch, s, lion, ties, engine aud station houses,
barns, motors, roiling rus k, cars, horses, ma
chiner-, tools, implements aud hehinginus aud all
said ra Iwuy compauy'a pnKrty. appliances and
appurtonancesof every sort, kind and description
wUBtMo-vcr now belonging to and owned by said
defend nit railway compauv, including those now
In the possession or control of Frederick Haas,
heretol ire api ointed receiver herein, and all such
which may hereafter and prior to such sale be ac
quired iy him, except ing nevertheless all moneys
belonxtng to said street railway company now in
the hands of said receiver and all such as may
arise from or grow out of the use of said tallway
property and franchises, or may come to aa d te
ceiver prior to his surrendering possession of said
railway snd property as by said drcrea provided'
together with all the rights, privileges and fran
chimts of said defendant railway company to
maintain and operate its said railway and carry ou
Its business, and to ntaintain and operate tta said
railway over, along, across and tbruutrh ihe a n-ei
alleys, ro .da and public grounds of said city of
Hock la and. said town of Milan and said township
of Sou in Kock Island, and over and along tbe
said brilgea spanning Kock river, and all other
rights, privileges and franchises whatsoever be
longing J or counseled with tue said railway com
pany; til of aaid railway, premises, properly,
rights at d privileges being aituated in the counts
of Kock Island aforesaid aaid sal being subject
oeverthi less toalliieus tor taxes or assemmauta,
general or special, which may nave accrued and re
main tht reon prior to such sale.
TEH a OF SALE. Ten thooaanM ftlflfsm
dollars fai casi down at the time of aaid sale, and
the remainder upon the approval and continuation
of such s: ile by said circnit court.
Hated at hock Island, Illinois, this 6th dayCof
JioveoibiT, A D.'ISSU.
R ceiver and Special Master in Chaucery.
Tt.? Great French Remedy for Suppression
and Mow biy iirilarltiea.
Ladies Use Le Due's fariodical Pill, of Parts,
France; guaranteed to aumptah mil that is
claimed f ir tbem. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women. Full directions with each
box. Vi ) er box or three toxes for (&. A mericaa
Pill Co., loyally proprietors. Spencer, Iowa. The
genuine till obtained of ottoHaden, lm street.
Rock Island, Jappe w) Co Davenport, and of all
1 mar !- in ibm Kjut4 tmi. Atao, EVkbf
-i 1 -f waaasaru
71 - OMMfaM-4S
I Oi D. dirMK froaxi I
I tPtaW-.lM W.aMMNB
,1s) pit, Baycls. Utfwtim mm4 Oirt' irw--
a8jt Mil . JaMCI-l Wrm M aBd IWIUaia h-Ttb aMMbM
nkfl; fi mm at atlisMd f btay hi and mr ai wnm m
rr .? '
1111 .. i n i . i
Cocoa ttf Purnru.
THE TRATELEltt tiUIDE.
CUICaOO, ROCK IttLAND PAOIrIC KAIL
way Depot comer Fifth aveaae and Thirty
trrt street. V. II. Skolton. aenu
Council BlatTa A MiBOeso- I
ta Iay Express f
Kansas City Day Express...
4:80 ami ilMm
5:S0 am 10 M pm
:tSpa lt:Ce pm
ta Exnress i 7P
tonncn Kiutra trmaha I
Limited VrMlbnle K.. f t,:,s
am 3H am
oaosu v uy rii.-.uea
10 Kpm :44 am
tttoing wesu ttroitu; east. 'Daily.
BCKUNOTON ROCTB-C, B. q. RAIL
way Depot First avenne aad Sixteenth at
M J. Yoat.g, aa-ent.
ML Loais k i press
Hu Louis Kxpros
8L Paul Bxpres
Way FrelL'ht (Monmouth)...
Way Freight (titerlinx)
T '40pm 7 .15 pm
t:O0 pm 0:S3am
tXlaaal 1 :Sal na
: muspm, :n am
I 'rifiaroi '4Jimo
10 : ami t:V0 pm
CliH'AOO. MlLWAL'KKB XT. PAUL RAIL
way Racine at Contliwestern Division lr
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, it. u. . Holmes, aifent.
atau aua ttxprea ,
St. Pan! Express
11 TP. am
"DOCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
XV pot First svenua and Twentieth atreeL F.
Fast M all Kx prose
taava. 1 Aasrva.
8:15 am 7:SU pm
2 :i am l sup
loam I nil pm
a 00 pm 8 0b am
MOST DTRBCT ROCTK TO TH
East aDd South East.zz
K x press!
8 15 am It R, Isl'd ar
a is am;ar. .Orion. .lv
S SI pm
, ami. Cam hndga. .
107 am ..Wyoming..
10 Jtlam I Prnicevllle .
11 Sam .Peoria
S 56 pml Springtlelil
1 - v-h psa
11.. 54 am
11. IS am
10 at am
. IS am
H IS p
li. ne am
7xSpa,St. Loma. Mo
1 M pai
8 .57 pm lanviile. III.
7.15 pm Trrre Haute.
6Jai pml lndianaM,lis .
1. lmlsville .
in.ao pm 'Inclonail. O
8 15 am
s u5 pm
a 15 am
" 3U an.
1 1. IS Irfn
7 45 pm
Passenger trains arrive and depart from tana
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island (r4S
p. aa. arrives at Peoria t SO a, a Lsares Peoria
. ;tn p. m. arrives ai kocz Island 1 Sj a. Bl .
M'sk Ac I Acrum.
Lt. Rock IsUnd .
6 SO am
I 15 am
10 u 4.0i) pm
tn.joami 6 ( uui
11 m am! 5 40 pm
Acrom. S'latc tmn.
i am IX W pmi a.45 pm
7 10 aa 1 45 pm! A. i pm
n.Q3 am a isj pml aju pm
Chair car on Fast Kxpress between Rock Island
anu reoria in nolo aireotions.
H. B. SLDLOW. it. BTOCKHOrSB.
ttuis-rintemlent. Wea'l Tkt. Agent.
Cf' " IL TRAIN with Bleetrlc lighted end
camneated est milled trains between Chi-
nwauxee, si. rauland Mlnneapolia.
CONTISKNTAL ROLTR wltt Kler'rit
lighted and Stoam heated Vetihnled trains be
tween Uhieagoand Council Blnffa, Omaha or
St, Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GRSAT NATIONAL ROUT a! batweea Chicago
tin,. . i . a
mw oi. isn..pu, an.
07WMU.1I OF ROAD reaching
" ,, tv imxrasm. sainneao
Missouri, South Ikskou and North Dai
For maps, time tables, rates of passage and
17.Tnb.i. - "Wr "e nearest elation agent
of the Chicago. Milwaakee at. pan! Railway, or
J ut auy wnere m tne woria.
""For Information In reference to Lands end
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Mtlwankeo
. -,.i nauway companr. write to H. . Has
gen. Land oommiasioner Milwaukee. Wlsconsia.
A. D. HUESING,
Renrosenta. amomr nthev lm..inui
known Fire Insurance Com pan tea he following:
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
W eachester Fire Ins. Company of M V
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. '.
Rochester Uerman Ins Co.. Kochsater M T
Citizens ins. Co., of Pittsburgh. Pa
Sun Fire Office. London.
I'nioa las. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Cj.. New U tve Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics lua. Ho . Milwaakee Wis
tsermaa Sire Ina. Ccw, of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th 8l, and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
M aaufacturers of
Sash. Dutira, Blinds, Siding, FlooriDg.
and all klmla of mnnA r kn.t
EiEhteenth St bet. fhird aad Fourth are..
OaU ee aaaal far H nisi eoaaaaaaaw
""-- 1 ' mrn nf rnasais
ttoavCaacar.Brkxht-s Olsaaaa. acrafwlaj
aeasasa, orpaiUa. aawmsltsw. CM ,
rm, Tawaara. SMaaaefe JmNaalKt'
'AS al smirf wvrrrmH
t4k. Cm awsrasra ass
anw BUS sam asassral
NOVEMBER 14. I!i0
It will Pay you to Examine
ASK YOUB NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CIIAS. W. YEKBUKY. Mana(,ir.
Succi8Stir lo Adamaon & Ruick,
.tf - tT AtUVU AUAU1AU Alii
Shop Ninptve-iiih St , Vt.
General Jobbing aud ltv pairing jronipily dune.
X"8econd lland Mafhinery bonght, sold and repaired.
Has oik'oi .I Lis New ami 8pacitMj
No. 1CJ0 to 1C2G Third arenne,
where he would br plrascd to stc hi fr'ieDda.
tAll hinds of drinks ss well 1 au.l lorirr. aad Ihe well It wow a dries. "Hs'f and alf "
oalf place la the cuy wlnr e )ia ran vet IL Urrt Luaxr vterr u. frusa low Is.
J. M. BUFORP.
TVa U lra a.-4 Tlas-me "
LQSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
aw BatranBs at rWBwasaJ
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
' Mass sf ta T-sr sVi w, rsa'lre thv. aanes rolls
than dimne tbs anlonin I mier ss.il T
ahlI sn. W e s .as b.sw Kit nn rre mm Soot
to tbs ' faottlr ll sr f.- th- rt sluk . ..:
tJArvUi-alar.uHl M r-nj.r, lbs aiw
Ksas,Krsrfrr, FWWr, New KaiUaa asa
will be frsma a qnslrty ad varlsas biisiibsIiiI hv ane
ashsr mhihw u, ih. Man " ,rr" "n
Oar nm is ibs kme ensis, s. i.l wflh enalsw.
aad if dssipsd si aui asll os tbs iimslliBnel p jmm
Mate A M.aweiiatB,
WI 4r w aad
-aa uiiMiu a-
which on IU work lo a thotonch maaarr.
It 1 rUVTanavhlar ttii4sia il. .4 .
arOXU"",a":"- '""'at Katil kothlera
Prick 50 Cxn per Hom r.
a?r araa aia V a m a m am bm
iatli' r1 i, as """' w it.
r. i ..al w."iMi "rfr. sr
!rr.ir""" 'r,w. .1 , rwli- ilnvt ,!ri.
asTwlLr'rTL -' i.,.-. . .a iTr2s
r 'T. -'"-' sw x. s ... 7!:
Jut aLExrsuc uf.'tU trTea'iw'aiTiu.
.! srwriVTlT IBStrB-
chy - -"""w hi an u-sraer la
anoWr our en
perrlsloe, alrea rack javeatlr fmpll.
rill save mtmrr u order tbtr Mas
Book of as
. w" waraew BTrce oa
toevrrrnrM, I . .
antbor, at bi
' - ' .,-1 waasiiie ,
if aaaaic rooms, jairi becoa4 aveaue, J
rJf7:i1r0' tr"hl"ir erlee
i at M Brad 8L. DaveBr.wi. la.
as. C. A. J.ktii;ivkal
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO. S
lnnkBWl rwaaa Il4-sw
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
lsUod, UL ' ""JTiT
VJP A Ff fWAfJMOOD
s f VTA J-arly V.-CU, arid a -j.
-r?riiia, J 7 -asssBrr. i Tmr a4
Tbey btva got It,
It will make your home happy.
It wilt not gas or traoke.
It baa large ash paa.
It baa beary sled body.
It ktpt Ore all Bight.
it ta THE
the grandrat prodiM-Hoa of rrxntrra lime.
We loTiio you io call atrj etaraiDe our
immense line of Riverside 8loea and Rangr.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.
AND GAS FITTER.
AUD PEALKR IK
Wi-u light and Ca6t Iron and I-al Pipe
Hoe, la king, Sewer and Drain Til.
Stfam and Gas Kixtnrvs.
ajijrHrsI work at fair pricea. Eaiimatra furoisbeil.
Otflce anil shop 210 18th St. TYlcpUn Ufa
Rock Island, 111.
T?rtr1r Toln-nrl Til
First and Scond AvrDD,
Attractive d Promising Investmeots
TURNER & BOND.
102 Waftblngton Su. Chicixo, 111.
- In-J ?. At-V irax-t ft)
.-..--was'-- ( w mi t - y rmt
mar-m. anal mrarr ! Urm ' I iwMim.
" wliiraal i iila--t
"TT sfi tar la. aa,.. 4 1 H. ali IW
Hmj mm tnU M nMiri , t.m mfAMmiA..
SPECIAL BAR CAINS IH ACRES.
l'-, rstai rm I S 1 faa-r Tttt H
aV-a f, .14 -t i Vet -lall.af4. f
I av M- te-a.Ia.ffM . R..t fnatB tmst llaa
--rl wM in. Jit t.m. kjUi
! ftraai tlmrU-W. !
' met mm i n JrWfrm, tKA
n l9, CATARRH
Naaal rasa;i s.
Allan Tain ao1
Heala tbe Sore.
ar a a wri s aa
TRY mE ccreHAY-FE VER
A pwnlrts Is applied rata eara aeatrll aasj la
asrreeable. rrtre Ueeata al Drarrvsw; kv aiail
HTlitZ-2 "2'" LJ B raK.i ar-
-HOURS AND LIVES-
By aslr,( A. f. Vhaald'f. Ihe ateaswrreei.
drat LihUiiBf Hm balers relrbralew
wbkrh he keeps maetaatl ea aaa4 Aar Ink. m
aaaiir how cnespHeaiew. aVasr la Ihe m
bcIcsiibc asaaas-T. OsaiHnitiua ta
prtcea IM Saa!:tf a0e4.
Ha. Wit TwcktKIA SL. iuiaA lataaal.
R. R. TICKET
(Member Aasertcaa Ticket Broker' A as -la)
Rxdvczd Ratxs to all Poihts.
ornct la A4ara E Trees. Offlre aaosr
OIJa AtlBKT POB
n . ...i "--vw.
Vaa tk. W
" ' mssw sewn latrartasv,
w2I""fA8Tl0 OOriJM FELT eoaJeal
MKWaiuiffeiC MakM a roue roof
for Tsars.aad uroae raa pat H ea. tUataaiB
for aaaaiae aa4 tall aeiea!lar.. -mf
Cna lumc SoortM Oa,
M mi 41 Wax Broad w7, x. Teu.
Local AfanU Wantwd.
Bed Room Sets,
AHE NOW COMPLETE.
WCsil ao1 ar our Urte.
No. ICU, 103 and 107 East Second St
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KXOWJf
Ilea jul rrturrrd Iroa Kumpr an. mou4 br iiVaard to h ft . ai
bis filaor ( ta)tHaa la
STAR Hixk. OlfuMTK HaLIIK llvfoK.
FALL. .AND WINTER SUITINGS
f ir lvai VI hare Us-e rrvvirr-.!.
?lJ!l.Ma9,t TTTTH T ATT (IB
o i ti 'V
J. T. D1XOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C J. W. SCHKEINEII,
-Contractor nncl I3uilUer-
House and Sign Painter.
rirsi -rises (ireintac aa rapar Haa .-!(.
P. O IVi672.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builch-r.
ir and ghop Oraer f-miu. rt tit J
uiHetNikiTssg : : Kck Jv -r.c.
w-T.n k-aal. ot ArUatW . a er-eHaH. aaj vm ..ailirfk
rai, as . oa aaa.,,;,
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Tbird ar.rin, heivTn loth and Uili
-wrpler work ad
J . 2L. CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
Aak yoo, Oroor flf T-r-aWla-t
WBvaeUltaa,; TV CWiatj t)TfTIt- aa4 tto CStrtat "Wlfia "
- ROCK 1LAM. !U.
12 VJ. HEULITZKA.
Wo. XTrw.UU 8ut, e U, Coerai M, rr,. Rr,. Ma.J.
for Am ij1
BOOTS AUD SHOES,
Carpets. Curtains, v.
DAVIS & CO,
k rrswj.W-w . t . .
I lhzn GH1-. r;i.v.i;
Iioe, Kire V.t'hI. Iu
DEAN STEAM PUVPS and
SIGHT FEED LUERICAlt?S
We fisitus run eaas V. a,... ... ,
Tswwif 4ar tnej. w i ... .
SaXety Hrstlee ILiili-ra ao1 4 ,
farniahiar: aad latlr- Wkv. . w
8rwe li it
Kl? Fn.-i l e
Ua Is at,'. I,.
T'sr.1saa lief . Ks..l. .
IKiS SreonJ aretiu-.
Ilocc Islawo, lu.
COMPLETE IS ALL
F CataJoeuc AiL!n
eT. C. DUNCAN.
Dmn i.i : .
biaa aew. etiuah east arairaata.
ROCK ItfLAN.t. u-
" rNsarra Ave. art. t u.' y .
ivpajrit. g A.-n K.!u.f-tva. ua-at.'J' J