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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15. ln'JO.
llBerAltmpI ! Espials Ita Haa
ttle Attltad.T.ward tbe HraMOli
Th great eff,rUementiDg lo Molina
to reverie the ord r atipulatiog that work
on the Hennepin canal should begin at the
mouth of Rock river, with a view not
only to hindering the real froRreaa of the
great project, but to ultimately have the
route chanced 'r,m the only feasible one.
wai to promptly met and the honed for
effect so ffectually counteracted that
now those mho originated the selfish ef
fort are attempting to adopt a method of
wiggling out of if The Dlnpateh of laat
evening indulges in Ibis rather aelf assur
The Moline petition to the secretary of
war asking l tint Hennepin canal work lie
begun not at Milan, but at the point
where the canal strikes Kock river, bids
fair to huve at least one good effect, even
if it should fail of being granted. The
good effect referred to is making it pos
sible fr the government to secure with
out cost all the necessary rights at MiUn
.1 thing the Milan property owners can
well afford to do, as well as to giv-j a
nic bonus if necessary.
The llitch has investigated further
since the publication of yesterday item,
in regard to the exact nature of the po
tion. We now reiterate the- as
aertion that the petition cannot
t.e termed as the Rock Inland people
call it "a fttb at the canal " Indeed it
doe not even seek to reopen the ques
tion of the relocation of the western
terminus. It says nothing whatever
about the terminus It merely asks that
he wor he on the dim nenr Joslin. at
Penny Slough, instead or at Milan.
This is a reasonable request, too, inas
much as the miking of in s dam would
put t' e eastern end of the canal to shape
for business at once, whereas tl worn is
begun at the western end no actual ser
vice can be got out ol the canal f'r years
to come. If a private individual or cor
poration were to construct such a canal
can anynne imagine a commencement of
work at the end that would longest keep
a good portion of Hie canal out of u-?
Of course the good intentions which
actuated the cunning effort on the part
of the Moline gentlemen whose ardor and
enthusiasm in the moment of the canal's
final triumph found expression in a tele
phone message t) their overjoyed neigh
bors in this city, that they could not see
anything to rtjiire over, that the cans
would not do them any good can be
taken for what it is worth. The canal is
not in need of assistance now from quar
ters where sneers were sent for joy and
congratulation in the moment of long'
Kai'iim City, N.iv. 13
Election is over. Are you pleased
wiiit tut- result 7
The Fsrmers' Alliance and the F. M
B. A. are sbowiiig a strong band in
John Devinney went to Chicago with
a carload of hoes Tut-ndiv list.
D. S. (irahain, of Kewnee, is in town
visiting bis father ami sis'ers.
The city has decided to have seventeen
street lamps of the square e'eetric style
They first were going to have round ones
and changed to .square, believing them
C. W. Hcdihs is now previde t rf the
village board; vice II C. Robinson, re
Section Foreman Sullivan, of the Mil
waukee, has a large gang of men at work
now, the company having put in several
miles or new st-cl ra:l to replace the iron
Mr. Byorklund and family have gone
to Macon, Mo., wue t Mr B. his been
working for some time past. H. Riley
nas aiso gone lo Missouri to work in the
Mrs. Louisiana Adaw has bought a
new Maimer piano.
P. K. Bow ker, postmaster, has nut In
stock of boots and shoes, and also some
Mrs. Flora Moore, of St. LouU, is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. A J. Johnson.
C. M. Huhlm is now a clerk in Mosen
felder & Kolin's at Rock Island.
Salmon are hitice very good now. J
C. Vogel anil J. Graham are catching a
Capt. W. P. Hall has bouzht J. Orif
Sn house, and will make it his residence
for the present.
Pretty nearly everybody is complain
ing of a bsd cold.
Mamie Relt'g is learning to be a dress
maker with Miss Ida Robinson, of Port
Robert Uootlin and Frank have gone
to ia!ic lo work in the mines there.
Rapids City Coal Co. have put in
new engine, and wi 1 hoist by steam
oereaitcr. i ueir increasing business de
manded more coal than than they could
B(t out ny llie old method of a "jinny.
The Rapids City Timm bus published
new map of Rapids City. See it and
invest in It.
Ducks are getting plenty and our local
sports are correspondingly happy.
Wm. Tompkins has baen appointed
cut marsnai .
C. Lagoelius of this place, has been
arrested in Wisconsin for some misde
meanor. No matter what he is, bis wife
is a bard working, industrious woman,
who has worked hard all summer to sup
port herself and a family of three small
chi dren. and we do not believe she was
aware of his wrong doings. And it was.
no doubt, easy for him to make her
think be was in some other business.
J . Hchei! contemplates buying anew
roucr and engine for bis blacksmith shop
The one he has is too small for bis in
Sif. ahlr'a Kemarkanle Itua
The most remarkable thing of the
many surprises ol tbe recent election
was the run made by Ben T. Cabie. dem
ocrat, for congress in the Eleventh dis
trict of Illinois. For the first time in its
history tbe county of R irk Island was
carried for the democracy on the con
gressional ticket. Mr. Cable wlio baa
grown up in Roc k Island, and has been
an employer of men both in railroad and
mining service, endeared timet; I' so much
to his people that he carried the plurality
of votes iu every ward of the city. as well
. piarality of bis county. He like
it'tcarried a majority of five noun-
T!M of seven of bis district, and
won his seat by a total majority
in the whole district of 1.87H. Theriia
of Rock Island two yeas acn gave to
competitor, ii, n. Ym. H. Oest,a mai
jority of is Mr. Cable c mied the city
ibis year by a msj irity of 45(1. This
nreat c bun ire in votes was not so very
easy as may appear. Four years repub
licanism was deeply rooted, and it took
both diplomacy and wise management to
erarlicate in roois which were doep down
in tbe soil of the district. Great praise
is due to ti-a Cable who has wrought
this chance. His district and the de
mocracy of the nation look to him for
great things in the future. wa Mcuttn
Vr. In this little casket I have preserved all
, these years the desrest remembrance of
my honeymoon. Jt is the hotel bid.
The "Waif of the II ilia" was presented
at Harper s theatre by the 8u-art Theatre
compauy last evening to a highly pleased
audience. This afternoon the comedy,
-Not Such a Fool as He Looks," was
riven to a delighted matinee audience,
made up largely of chiidren. This even
ing tbe company concludes its engage
ment in Bronson Howard's six-act drama,
"The Banker's Daughter."
New York may make the moat of its
Count de Paris, for it can have no more
count de census.
The Highland Gun Club people have
decided to bold a grand annual tourna
ment at their park near Moline on Nov.
87 and 23. open to the world." A larga
number of visitors are expected, as invi
tations have been and are King sent far
and near. The Peal house will be head
quarters. Chris. Reese is to be manager
of the tournament, and James Montgom
ery secretary. The prizes ts be offered
include some nice ones. Ea:h cash
prize is to be divided into four moneys,
the first getting 4t) per cent, the second
30, the third 20 end the fourth 10 per
cent. In the target shooting Peoria
blackbirds will be used exclusively. No
shooting will be allowed except by thoss
at the score.
S100 toward S100.
The readers of the A rocs will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all iu stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
uatarrit Detng 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
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting uature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have ao much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Chkenky & Co.. Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Though there are cycles of Time, it is
reasonable to assert that the old gentle
men never rode them.
Tbe question has been asked, "In what
respect are 8t. Patrick's pills better than
any other?" 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
nox ny Hartz A Babnaen, druggists.
Tbe man who joins an assessment in
suraoce company cun take a melancholy
pleasure in thinking of tbe many that
win mourn bis dea'.h.
Facts Wortn Knowing.
In all diseases of the nasal mucous
membrane the remedy used must be non
irritatint;. The medical profession have
been slow to learn this. Nothins satis
factory can be accomplished with douch
es, snuffs, powders or syringes because
they are all irritating, do not thoroughly
reach tbe affected surfaces and should be
abandoned as worse thsn failures. A
multitude of ix-rsous who had tor years
borne all tbe worry and pain that catarrh
can inflict testify to radical cu:es wrought
by Ely's Cream Balm.
The high price of ice provokes so many
jokes that you will find an ice wag-on
near y every paper.
If lonr House is on tira
You put water on tbe burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you sb( uUl attack the disease in
tbe blood, not in the nose. Remove the
impure cause, and the local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
riila, tbe great blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood n ttarsaparilla.
"I want ally-money." said the wife of a
bowling-SAloon keeper, when she sued hitu
Hold it to tbi' 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 medl
cine for coughs and colds no expense is
spared to combine only the best and
purest ingredient. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and look
uirougn it; notice bright clear look
then compare with other remedies. Price
5(ic and f 1.
"It was a magnificent mine, but they
ruined it." "Howl" "The poor idiots
took all the gold out of it.
IS NOT one of the old worn-out,
potash, mercury, sarsaparllla,
thousand doses for a thlltinfr med
icine. It Is a remedy which never
falls In Blood Diseases, and always
builds up the genera! hea tn of the
Cured Herself and Her Child.
S. S S.hiw ,rli"V.-d re-of a te rrihle sfT.ifiils
troniwhi n I had -ulwiv l Mr yp.irs Itatwt-d
m nose hrst am catarrh, then cin.-snf tlw bone
and coi.tlnurd to eat until it ck-str.rj the .t
bone in the nu-' ide ol th- no e, then vient to
my throat and later on tom iunKs.and it looked
as if I wa doomed S. . S tas.irwiw, and
has also cured my little d-iuifht-r ot trie same
disease. M K.N. S. K ITl II I-. V. M. key ld
treatise on Itlood and i-kin llise.,-, nailed
free, owift SetciFu. to , Atlanta, lia.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located is
Dave v port.
In tbe put mz monthKht nan anccenfnll;
of the moat aevera character.
The namea of a few who live In innnwiri -r.a
vicinity, who have been Bilocennfully treated are
Mr A L 1'nin. Mnt Mm TTatajm rii.nn,iim
Miml.ixr.ie Vance. Mr John Snelker. caiarrh;
Mi Ann. IMvia. Mr Wm !sanke)f, ncrofnla: Mm
. a n uner. sir r l. Ma-onnamer. heaft diacaee
Mra P VV Marshall. Ill veara atandtticl hIIm
Mr Namnei hueieea, (IH " pllea;
"r " -p7 . u " ) oilea;
Mra May Wenrtt. J A Wrdit, Snrah Murnion,
Frank llavea. Wm Unmnilnn. w it Thnmn.n,
female disease. '
Tbeae are a very f rw of tha nun teatlmnniia
the doctor haa, but they are ensoirh to ahow what
can be done by one who ihorowrhly understands
the entifte and treatment of diaeaaa.
a-V Loea Of Mannood. Hemlltal Weakness mnA
rrora of Youth. uoaittTely and permanently
I Pnaeltlvely bo case taken that cannot tw.
cured. Correartoudenre. accompanied by 4c in
tamp promptly answered.
CONSULTATION FREE. "
OfBca McCallongh'a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
To sell oar (roods by sample to wholesale and re
tail trade. We are "the Unrest manufacturers In
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising.
CHTIHUL MTO. 0O.. Chicago, m.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL, CO.'S
lm nroved Crystallized
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
- u and 11 Maiden Lane, H. X. Branch: Marion.
Ind. For aala byT H. Tbonua, DrafuTist, Rock
Island, IU. sap. a-dam
Dr. s. e. Mccreary
Is the most ancient and most general of an
diseases. Scarcely a family la entirely fre
from it, while thousands everywhere are Its
suOering slaves. Hood's BarsaparUla has
had remarkable success In curing every form
of scrofula. The most severe and painful
running sores, swellings in the neck er
(oitre, humor In the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
Heels of tliis medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace ot Impurity from the
Mood and builds up the weakened system.
old by itroLTdsta. ft; atzforfV Prepared eaty
by C I. Hool A CO., Apotbeearim.Lowatl,
IOO Doses One Dollar I
Kstate of Thomas ahea, leceaed.
The nndernittited having keen a,- pointed execu
or of the hint will and testament of Thomas
Shea, late of the connty of Kock lalaud. tta'
of llliuols, deceased, httreby gives nonce that be
will appear before the county court ot Kock Island
coonty, at the office of Ibe clerk of said court, in
Ihecity of Rock Island, at the December term, on
the first Monday in Lecember next, at which time
ail persons having claims against said eetale are
notified and requested to attend, fori he purpose of
bavinic tbe same adjusted. All persona indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 17tb day of October. A. T.. ltf O.
IUKlieii KKANE, Kxrculor.
'Jo Whom it may Concern,
Nntf ie berehr eiven, that at the lf ctmer
term. A- D lwf. of th count v court of Ko k lsl
aml coamy, cute of liliuoii. the und-rt'itrntd. as
guanjisn of Mary Aim Lee, Eliza 1 ee, OouTire Lee
Korn-rt T. Lee and Florence J. le, reiileti h of
Hid coiiu'V, and minor children of William Le,
decta-d, will apuly to naid eonrt for leave to rell
Ihe estHtj, title and interval of atd minors in the
following real entnte pit na Ted In ihe county of Pe
oria, stale of Illinois, tu-wit:
1 he uudtvided one-fourth of the northweKt qunr
terof ta tiUMi five, jsj, township ten. 10J, north
rtimre x tijeaMof the fourth princijmi meridian,
except i!5 acres in the northeast corner of Mid
quatu-r Btcilon. jid application will bv made for
the purMte of otherwise Inventing th proceeds uf
the sitle of said minors' interest hi a,d lands.
KM'k Inland. Illiii'ds. November 7th, lh.a.
KUliKKT Lh.E. Unardian a alort-said.
KIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. 1 Within and for the
S-Norihirn Crand Division
SrrRjf Cocbt. 1 of said Siate.
Error to Appellate Court of Illinois in and for
the second DiHtrtet.
Annette tiuver. Kxerutrix of the Estate of Samuel
s. Guyer. deceased, Anuette Guer. Bdw-ard II.
tiuycr and Annelle linyer plaintifiK in error,
vs. John II. Wilson. liolrueA llake-. Geon-e M.
D. Il.ikc-. William T. Ritf.-s. Stephen A. Main,
Ali-iamier T. BV-nilev. Thomas .). Robinson.
Lhnrles I.. Walker. The Rock Inland Paper t oni
imiiy. I'liiKino.i L. Mitchell. Thil Mil.liell, Wil
liam 11. Gest, K I more llurat and Cornelius
Whkrkas. The said Annetie Onyer execntrii of
the esta'e of Samuel S. Guver, dweKMed, Annette
Guyer, Kdwurd 11 Gayer and Annette Guyer have
sued out a writof error frm said supreme court lo
reverse a judiaicM obtained hy Mild John H.
Wilson against said Annetie Guver, executrix,
etc :-, Annette uyer, Eilaard H. Guyer and Au
nette Guver in a certain cast in wh eh Holmes
lilies, Georue M. O. Ilukes. Wilham T. Kiev's.
Mephen A. Mniu, Alexander T. reiiiiey. Thomas
J. Robinson, Charles L. Walker. The Rock Island
faier Conipary. l'hilemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
Lyude, Phil Mitchell. William M Gestand Elmore
W. Hurst are also parties in the said Appellate
Court of Illinois in and for the second district
whieh said writ of error is now pending in sid
Snpreme Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
Ksclas has been rtuly is-ued herein, returnable o
the lirst day of tbe next t-erm of said Mipreme
tiart, to be hidden at Ottawa, in said state, on the
First Tuesday iu March, uext, aceordini; to law:
and, whereas, also, it apiears hy attlduvil on flle in
Ihe clerk's uttice of said Supreme Court that he
said Holmes Hakes, George M. I. Hakes, Williniu
T. Rifirs. Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Benlley
arenuii-resuleutsnrihestareor Illinois, and with
out the reach of tbe process f said Supreme court.
Now. therefore, you. the s.nil Holmes Hakes.
Ueonre M. I. Hakes, William T. Kiirt's. Mephen A.
Main, AlexauderT. Bentley, the a:iid defeudai.ts
in errvr, whose non-residence appear as afore
said, are hereby Dot i tied to be and appear be'ore
the juftur ol said Supreme Court, at the next
term of sni.1 court to be holden at otts.ua, rn said
state, on the KlrslTnesday in March next, to hear
the record and proceedings broneht into said
Supreme conrton return ot said writ of errors and
the errors assigned, if you shall see At. and further
to do an J receive what said court ?ball order in this
Kaied October S-tth, A. T).. IK'JO.
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATK OF ILLINOIS,
Kock lsnsn CofKTT,
In the Circuit Court in Chlncery.
John Peclz. adtninistratorciim testameuto annexo
of the estale of Biley t)aveniiort,ftereased, vs.
the hock Island and Milan -treet Railway Com
pany, Charles II. Stoddard. J. F. Kobiuaon,
Elmore Hurst, Peter Fries and J. G. Maseie
John Feet, administiator cum testam-ntn an
nexo of the estate of I'nilev llavenport. ue
ceased. vs. the Rock Island & Milan Street
Railway Company. Ezra Wilcher. John W.
Stewart, James M. Mi ntg mery, Edwin G.
Fraier, Levi Sharp Frederick Weverhaeuser,
Frederick C. A. Denkmann, William t. Hal
lirau, Ross Woodmansee, Thomas S. Silvia,
loins V. Eckhart and John E. Dow Dim:.
George IVtwnin, Sr., James Ilownitif; and
1 homas lXiwuinj;, purtners etc., as JJowniug
Jolue is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of the circuit court tn and for the. county of
Riwk Island in the state of Illinois, entered in the
above ten lied causes on the Thirtieth I.iiahJ dav
of September, A. 1., 110. I shall on Saturday, the
Sixth ll day of December. A. I., imw. at the
hour of teu 101 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day at the norih door ot the court house in the
city of Rock Island in said county ot Rock Island,
sell, (subject to the approval of and confirmation
by said circuit court, at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after and lu said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of said defendant the Kock Island A Milan
Street Railway Company, said railwny extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of Rock Island through and
aiong rnes, reels anu aveunes or said cllv to a
point at or near the soot hem limits of satd rirv
and Ihenee over its right of way and in part over
ami aioDK certain roads and highways in the town
of Sonth Rock Island to and over the nr difes now
owned by the said city of Rock Island spanning
iv s no-r oeiween ine town or sears and thv
town of Milan, tad thence over and alonor certain
sl-eels and public grounds in said town or city of
jn.mu w ils teruunns inerein and including the
brai ch extending from the town of Sears r,,re-
said to the high point on tbe bluffs of Rock river
anown as niai-a Hawk's watch Tower, together
-on an aaiu ranway compauy a rigni of way. real
estate, iea-es, road-lied, track, side tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and station bouses,
hams, motors, rolling stork, cars, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and belongings and all
said railway company's pn?rty. appliances and
appurtenancesof every sort, kind and description
whatsoever now bclontfinglo and owned by said
defendant railway company, including those now
In the osession or control of Frederick Hass,
heretofore appointed receiver herein, and all such
which tuuy hereuftr and prior to such sale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
bclonutng to said street railway company now in
the hands of said receiver and all such as may
arise from or grow out of the ose of said railway
v o.p-.-i ,j 'i iraoeiiises. or may come to sa-a le
ceiver prior to his surrendering possession of said
railway snd property as by said decree Drovided)
together with all the ruzhts. linvilefes and frmn.
chieaa of said defendant railway comaiiy b
uiaiionoi auu oiwraie its saio railway and carry on
Its business, and to maintain and operate its said
railway over, along, across and throuL'li the a reels
a lie s, roads and puidic grounds of said city of
jon a isiauu. sain town oi Milan anu said township
of South Rock Island, and irver aud aloiu? the
said bridges spanning Rock river, and all other
nciiis. priviiegra anu rranrblses what-oever h-
longing to or connected with the said railwav com
pany; all of said railway, premises, nrooeriv
riirhlsand nrivileees tx-iii" sltnab-il in the r,,nniw
of Rwk Island af.'resuid said sale beiiis suhjei t
neverthelesa to all liens tor taxes or assessments.
general or special, bii h may have accrued and re
main the reon prior to such sale.
TERMS OF SALE Ten thonsanif rlionnill
nooKrs iii,asq unwo at tne time 01 sum sale, and
the remainder upon the approval aud condonation
of such sale by said circnit court.
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this Slh dayl'of
...... mull, .1 X' . OS'.
Receiver ajid Special Master in Chancery.
STATIC OR ILLINOIS. .
KliCK iSLllli c- mTT. lB
To the January Term A. i. 1891, CirenitCourt,
of said Countv. in Chancer.
Joseph Mi Reynolds complainant, vs. Hugh Mc-
ucjiiuiua, varnv jnuirviHiHlH, nosFH V Wells,
llrenton R. Wells, Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
itic hariison. Eugene A. Lancaster, John C. Car
roll, Abraham Mrauss. Hugo Goodman, Simon
ondorf and Kdwin Itose, defendauto Fore
closure. To the above named defendant Orlo w uvh.
ardson and Envene A . Laucaaler. Notice is here
by given that the above entiil -d cause is now
pendinr in said court atrainst you and the other
defendants above named, that a summons in rh,n.
eery has been issued therein against vou directed
to Ihe sheriff of raid conntv tocxreme. returnable
to the January Term. IwU, of said court, to he
begun and holden at the court house to tbe city
of Rock Island In said countv mi ihe first al,.nriNv
of January, next, at which time and place vou ill
Itock Island, Illinois, November 14, 18M
G SO RUE W. GAMBLE. Clerk of said Conrt.
JaCKaoa A Hurst, Complainant's Solicitors.
" " nemoay ioc DnppTtt salons
and Monthly Irregnlarttiea.
Ladiea Use Le Due's Periodical P01, of Paris,
rrance; guaranteed to accomplish all that is
elaAroed for them. Tone used monthly for tronbUs
peculiar to women. Full directions with each
Ir box or thre. boxes for ao. American
IPka Ou. m, L .
"My little daughters life was saved, sat
we bellere, by Hood's eUnanarina. Before
she was sis months old aha bad T tunning
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation of one ot her Angers, to wblek
we refus Ml assent. When we began giving
her Boot 's aWsaparilla, a marked Improve
ment wai. aoaeed and by a continued use ot It
her recOA er) was complete. And she Is now,
being sen en yean eld, strong and healthy."
B. a Jo ks, Alna, Lincoln County, Me,
N. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
Sold by agirtita. fl;ilzrbr3. Prepared only
by C. I. H OD CO., A pothecartea. LewaU, Mass.
I0O Doses One Dollar
TH E TRAVELERS' HCIDE.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PAC1MC KAIb
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Tbirty-flr-t
etree , C 11 ttkelton, agent.
; tl.Esvm. tAaaiva.
Council B afla At Miauvso- I
ta Day Express
Kansas CI y Day Rxpresa. ..
4:50 am 1 K am
5:60 am in r6 pm
pm, 1SKK pin
w a-ninjrten axpresa
"p" ....M.,B.n!!: p-:
Council biafls Omaha i .!
I in. Hail '-.lV...I B. I ll '. 18 IIU. ! t m
Kansas City LiiUted.
10 Sopm; 4:4am
ttouuj est. Jvi,i ng east. sjJaily.
DUKL1NOTON RoVl B-C B. O. RAIL-
X- way Depot First avenue and SiXhventB st
M J. iom g, agent.
I Lttvi t.aaiva
St. Lsa;s e s press
an am ' a an m
St. L-i!!S Kxprees. ........
St. Fsul K tpreas ...
. a : pm a vs am
. ! a im pm I0:S3 am
. I a :iU ami I:Mipm
. 13:89 pm am
oVanlsiowu fassenger. ..
Way FretLlit iMonmouth).
Way Fn-iglit (Su rliij ) ...
. I 7:iham' 6:4 pm
. i iu: io am: :uo
CtllCAlrJ. MILWAI KKE ST. PAl'L RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twei-ti-'th sireel. between Firt and ts-cond
avenue, E. l. W. Holmes. airenU
TRAINS, Lv. Anarvc.
Mail aua ttprvB; S:4au 9.0di,
St. Paul Kxrrr ss 8:l&.m 11 is am
-t Accoo.modati n 1-isjn 10:lun
are, n motlatlon 7:St".n a:10om
ROCK INLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DK
lot F rst avenue and Twentieth aireet, F.
U. Rockwe I, Agent.
TRAINS. t.aavc. Aaxiva.
Fast Mill i I press 8:15 am 7:.) pm
Sxpress ?:40am! 1 :i pm
Cable Accommodation Q:10ani; 8:00 pro
4 laim' 8:0ft am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
:East acd South East.:
5. m pm
8 ST pti,!
4 57 pm
6. M pm
11. S5 am
7. i am
8. Si am
6 2ft pm
f 17 pm
4 57 pro
j. 10 pm
H is am
I. flu pm
I 4 im
ll .M am
10 5 am
II lti an,
10 54 am
. Peoria . . .
si. Louis. Mo
. Louisville. .
II :t am:
7 'Jt pm
1 20 am
10 oo am
K 45 am
7 55 pin
10 5 pm
7 45 pm
Passenger t -aina arrive and depart from Caion
Accommodr tion tram leaves Rock Island 64.1
p. m. arrives at Peoria Man. tn Leaves Peoria
7:18 p. m. arrves at Rock Island l:6a. m.
M'lA Ac I Accom.
Lv. Rock I-lai d.
Arr. Reynolds ...
. C Suani
. ! 7 40 am
- I ,.si put
ti -Si . I .
. 8.15 ain
....... S1U j.m llll
111 Wi am 5 40 j.rn
Acrom. w'l.tkAc ae..m
' ftork Island. ...
f. 1 1 am 12 50 pm. S.45 pm
7 10 ail. 1 ISnnl a -, m
9 115 am a.ia) cm' b.'io pm
Chair ear on Fast Exnress between Rock Island
anu rooria in i-otu uireoi.ons
H. B. SUDLU'V. u. STiXTKHOU.-lt,
Superintendent. Gcn'l Tkt. Aijent.
F2.ST M.,IL T1IN with Electric lirhted end
oiram nested estibnlcd trains between Ch
Cago. MilwauUee. St- Paul and M inneaiail is.
TRAN-coxTrj RNTAL ROUTE with Klee'ric
lighted and St -am healed Vestihnled trains ne-twt-en
Chicagtand i 'ouncil Blufia, Omaha or
St. Paul aud ihe Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATION At, RoTTTE between Chicago
-.-unw vn aim si. rfosepn, ISO.
5700 MILK Of ROAD reaching all i,nrwii-l
Hinis in lllim is Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa.
Missouri, Soma Dakota and North Dakota.
For mans, tin.e t.hl.. ... .r ....
freight, etc., apply to the nearest station agent
of tbe Chicago. Milwaukee A 8u Paul Railway, or
.j iftunau airent auy wnere tn tbe world.
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Mao ger Uen'l pasa. at T. Agt.
For information in referenca to Lands and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwankc at
St. Paul Railway Company, write to H. O. Han
gen. Land oommi asioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
A. D. HUESING
Represenia. ameng other Ime-tned and well-
raown rire lnsuraoceCompanuta be following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Kn?tand.
WeachesUT Fire Ins. Company of N . V.
Hurtalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo. N. V.
Rochester Genm ji Ins Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Citiiens Ins. tso.. of Pittshargh, Pa.
Sim Fire office. l.ondon.
I'nion Ins. Co., f California.
Security Ins. Cn.. New H iven. Con.
Milwaukee Mechtnirs Ins. Oo . Milwaukee. Wis
German rire Ins. Coof Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18 i St., ami S.r.on Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
G KNEE A L
-Man tfactarer of
Bash, Dofirs, Blinds, SMingt Flortring.
Wa r.aUiMt.l. n a
&ad al, khidH of Witod work for bnildrt.
Eigbteuuth SU, bet rbtrd and Fourth nvc.
now , inrn hi nm.
0U ot md for cinrular rontaaviiunc
t h ntri nirwkrt curs f UooMitu
two, Vm. tcr. BrncaU'n Uiammm, Scrofula,
EntenM Syphiliai, KlxmnukUm Ct.
Krrta, Ti aMm. Htomach Trouhlrfl, mc
Ftr. ! KW4itftrisrmnv md rwsnntne.
IU.. -T wlaavf-ji mm aHM Rtfa, 4HirlOa tUafel
jmm re not obiiaad to bt at
fc d. wmwm ayofB mbaV tillMkt
I tof it .d t lib! tl Mautrav AIm, Batltff
i 1 V.a-4JP. nlm. tWctm ml Otrta' Trim.
T brf K tm- mo M hltMt Ma
T Aa O- X dmct tnm L. . ra
9 ivstf MtelOaRW 1H M
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. YEUBURY. Manager.
Snnvssor to Ad.tnison & Ruirk,
0 PRACTICAL MACHINIST,
Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nintfrnth St., let. First and Second AveDU,
GenfralJol)bii:g and HVpuiring proniptly done.
Gry8ftcond Hand Machinery bought, nold ard repaired.
lias oH'nt'J liis Near and Sarioua
No. 1620 to Third avenu-,
where be would he plcaotM to arc his frit-tids.
FAII kind nf drinks ss ri1 a A Is aril IVrtr-. anrt ih- trrl! knnsm rlrrk "t ana a'f.'
only piaca in the city ho r yon can pel it. kfai Brrf l.sncr rrrrw da fivm hi to m.
J. M. BUFORD.
T M IVa an Trttrls Oaai gas n
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD).
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
A nAtims r4 tSs rsar d.i wr. iVr lht Tmrv fell
than donna th automn ao.1 witit-r nl 'i . ' ; , . w
abmldra,. . mifc b snr allra. r mvnlkfli
sarmc. and til. wr, ImJ ws, t.. d .tht t t- rns
In tnafaniMT a lm f. tb trmt rniul. nl ...ihra
Jn. art. UirrmtaTvand Vj.k- p-KMamriy ti ltt.
Onaaf thATlwl aija 4 t&d M a m4 mm aaid u
ur imtnuu .4
KsaktvKrsrsrr. f-'Urarr. rw l alaKd mmd
11 mmt PiaaMMa.
vfD ns fWixi a mahlT tmd sariatr -nasqnal bf aay
m-Waihtl-rt a, iKsrimntrv.
tnr mvn am th Imss wisiiiI wh nnahtr.
and rf rtiwir-id ws sriU mmil tm Ua iri i in in f
rai i iij iiajissi aailsa-taaal SiM.
Kaal 4 M uj
iu nrra-rrao a
which om Iu work la a thoronih aaansrr.
ft thnmcf hlv Danflr the air mrA mwwm
aaobanztanasmeiia. For aal at Kaiil Kurhlcr'
Thice 50 Cknt pkk Hottlk
nil. - r -.asT """""" iv
" " ; fX-- srrr .CUKM ...
us..Tw-. ait. ,nni,.,Kw
S.l.s,.,sl. s n..os law. aua. sUik.
niUl r-"1 "".i-snim js hmmim4 tiu.im.
11 11 'j ' "r ll.riW Mta. Sw.l. nMM rr
BAJDya ttJCTaUCCO.. lrsla. CMICM.M.L
Katate ol UmrjiC. Whitridtre. srrrawl.
The andrrsuzusd. hartnc txrn atipointcsl r.
ecntrix of the last srill ana trsumrnt of limn f
hilrirlce. lata of the coaaty of Kork Island. Mat
of Illinois. aeccaMd, hcrrbr fiTr. notice that k
will apnrar before tor coantj man of Krx-k l.i
and tontiiir. at th oBlr, of tha e,rk of said
er.art.itt IheeitTor Hnrk I-lsnd. at Uir Janaarr
urnV Klrat Monday la Jmnir- wit. at
which time all prrsnns hanni claims axainst
aaid esuta are taotiflre and rpqix-siwl io at
"M for ta purpose of harm-- u saaav adj av
ed. AM persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to aoaas kaawtiiala parntrnt to tte an
Dated thla iwh day of Xos-emh-r. A. Tt.. IWn.
I HAKUr-rrK A. WIUTlMIMiK. Exni,.
rean axtxrrVaea to taachlaf lastra
ic, I wlli peoaaaw yaaaxare theory wuh
for lac laaal saoaey of any teacher i
Books of 1
-DAILY PRACTICE -
aoperrtatoa. nwa sack JaTaalla pnpil.
a wUI save moaey u ordsr their M aaar
ta. Oaa-thifd off of aaarked price oa
e aa a re 17 oo. Leaea orders, aaaiina;
aspacianyof asacalac bMXaaeWnead
aa at Msa Brady Bt Darn port, la,
MM. O. A. atH.r.1,
aa ar as ar rai!..bi- . r s T L
Tr BBlraaw Is aasiasia
atVOanas aa Arvn ama.
Tbey have got it.
It will make jour borne happy.
It will not gae or araoke.
It baa large ach pan.
It baa lii ary atctl body.
It krrpi Are all night.
IT l THE
the grandf-M production of molcrn timM.
We ioTitr you tn rail atxl eiamine our
iaimen-f line of Kiveraide Slovre nod Rtegv.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.
A DKAI FIt IN
Wmuglit and Caet Itvu and la1
Ilose, l'ackinp, Sr r and Drain Til.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
H4TG-t work at fair prirca. Kotimab-a furniahrd.
Office an.l ahnp 219 18th Si. Ttlcptons 1182.
Rock Island, 111.
Attractive and Premising Investments
TURNER & BOND,
102 Washington St.. Chicago. III.
LU-lvt'w K ftrl-ffwfjdw u mti. .Uftt. 4
M .flaar Iraf ' l un. arT ft trf ffl
m.Ktt.t. ItN'l.l f. 1 f-i.. fa tM-rvtU .
la - a-aj.n-h HfaiajiKx- I ' 1 ,r- , r - nl I iU-rw4
Wri.H.hlIrt..f r 1. ,V-1 !!..- Hf
rt-a-w, i.itn-r ; f t - tnt-iji.i i i..
!'. lf - V tr-l rs 1 .-t, , ariHl it I f I.
'fTMavta.ta t,w- .' M f . aj.t M.a . , , a, artfkaj.
Mat AV.U lull iu! rv'sll n m-t,l tU sls, ataotu
SPECIAL BARCAiNS 14 ACRES.
lPirr - if w-ww.
Pv-y-Jwrt r,-I-- ir f it t.thM frttl,
HlrMtwaoffi .Ul-I at I" 1ta. U.
Il irlfwatfl I'.ntiHl, V, :(. t-f I
1 ii m rw i U-..ni". . I .1. mB, I a on 1 !
I fU'HlK'n i-'la.- tn.'i.nt-
1 .twa 1 itl Jli , twill.
jsi M-rwiit t;r--i
5'Bi r..ni..p. la3Mi Hi faV. -rant. i4 wtli f
! . Ilirv 't
mtiw tn J-fl-. n f n
iV U. I k f- to i'- u n. IL. fzjva.
WM. 0. KUIP.D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rmtn. afi. IT. and 3a.
TaFs'or. !VlNPlhT. 1
Paris Invti' vs.
PURLST, HEALTHIEST, BEST.
Ask Tor Yt i!?v Wrapper.
. r aw. r fv rsW'f r.
HOMES AUD LIVES-
By ainr A . F. SrNmi.rs. the pioaisvr resi
dent Llf'UlUi'if Hou dealers calibrated
which He keeps eoortan1y on band. Air .b, to
mailer Imw roaaplicaird. done In Ibe axaal
acieatifk mantx r. nanpeiitHsn ta
pnees aixi aaaliti oofied.
A. F. SCHM1PT.
R. R. TICKET
(MrtnSer Amcncaa Ticket H rakers' Asata)
IKDUCKI RATKr) TO ALL P0IHT8.
OrnrS I Adams En-rea OfVe aadrr
OLC AP.KT FOB
Wl are the ataaulactueara.
0a Mt fill t ef as Eitv.tt BVarr Catrartias
lOa-IQS) FrankUn-HU. Chicago.
OrH-B!.ATlc atnoFtSO FKLT ctsoly
a- X. saaara feac Makaa) a rood sooi
for yaara. aad aayoaa eaa pat It as. head ataata
for aaainla aad fall aanacaUra.
Ouat Elamc Boorrae Ca.,
I aad 41 Waat Braada-a, Kaw Taaa.
Local A grant WaataxL
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets,
Carpets, Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
aVrC'sll aad are oar line.
No. lftl, 10." aad 107 East Scond St
-a r " j
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KNOWN
M erchant Tailor,
Haa jut rflurn.-d from Earorw arwl would let plraMi v a.i U fr-r ! at
tii p'arr of luineM io
Star Blce, OrpoHTK IIai:pkk H-rK.
FALL, AND WINTER SUITINGS
for ! l bare lrn rrcritrd.
F. C. EE03P3PE.
a IIIIIT Sw 1
it is iir-ur
IT -a 2t JaJt -X
J. T. DTXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Avenue.
C. J. W. SCHIJElNFIa,
Contractor and Huilder-
Flaaa aad aperi teat una faeaieWd aa at! r1e a a?-t Alan arm ad T IWa hM It-HWali4iadii-taaaaaaea,.t,:,aa4a..ra4a.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
House and Sign Painter.
First -cl as. Hraarw aad Paper Baata(.
P. O R.a6?3.
Offlc aad Sbop Con? rVrectrraUi pt
aad Berraih AwatiA.
au. aairnarwriirrriiii. rsrs 4 .
farassasd aa aav'tcwiasa
CSaoceaau to Ofcjas ler A .p lert
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third aTtfn, h-iwrn lOJi and llili nrlt.
(Frwl Kirt'i '41 ataaL)
WAa ktada of Carraw wnrk aat r .r)nr dewe- Hatisfarlin. pratitr- .
0". HVL CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
KAV VFACTVKIX OF CEACXXU AD HKVtTa.
Aak jrmr Oroocr for tbras. . Tbrj ara tarat.
aar-aasaluas; Taa Ckrasty "0T1TIE- aad taa CWMf "V ATXA."
ROCK ISLA!CD. ILL.
P. T7. HERLITZKA.
No. 239 T-ewlicU 8ut, aext to Ccrad rVfcaeVWa grocrrj. Rnrk I.Jal.
for (at Sttiaf
BOOTS AND SHOES,
e.a-ft-Mu& . . . "
. siyw. AJaa raaaarhaf eaaa wttk aaatasaw aad
DAVIS & CO,
A cxnspkrte et k of
Pi, I'rass Goo!fS, Pakiiv
Il(r8, Fire Iirick, Kt
DEAN STEAM PUUPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We raaraa'ea rr sawfert. ae-1
Testiy da a trial, ta n-t.t j.a
Safely IlcaiioK liuU-ra an1 .t.i.
furoiakine anl lavinc Wal'-r. ai. t
ltk Mac! I -Trlrfhob
Ilea, hreatce 1, U ( I,. : .
.jRvr? Pilll iSnitinjjr.
No SsTond tTrnoo,
Rocc I-lakd, III.
COMPLETE IS ALL
For CalaVaruea A-Urcaa
J. O. DTJXCA2T.
W Feanh Asa. art. t. aad Jd V.
: : Uotk Uand.
atiaiaiaa ? al k aa af ka'.ava