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THE ROCK ISLAND AJRGU8, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19. 1890.
A HOUSEWTFES DUTIES.'
80WE THINGS THAT EVERY YOUNG
WOMAN SHOULD THINK OF.
A Talk That I Brimful of TJful
HoaMhold Siira-stlon Thlo Which,
If WeBlrrted. Maka H'S Ilnranca l
. tha arly FxpnM.
A youtiit hmiwkwpiT will never do any
better tlmn to n,iri tier ovtmiKlit and care
at the very foundation of her bonne and
bnme with the rellnr. the kitchen and the
pantry. In fnct "he may even begin ont
nllu the kiti-hen iroer with the fas
tidious wilder forgive ua the swill pail,
and nt a glance " '"" herself if there Is
anything h''re that should have been
wtved for making over into breakfast or
side dishes, or that could better have been
put with the-soap grease; and she can go
further still and see that the soap grease
Is saved, ami that it is her own perquisite
and not the maid's.
She will no Into her cellar, and if things
are kept there in quantity she will make
sure they are kept, in the right way; that
there Is, for instance, a weight on top of
the pork barrel, if she has pork, that will
nmke Its contents stay under the brine;
she will see if the apples nve decaying
there, and if so, have them picked over
and the bud ones cast out; she will see if
the parsnips are tinder sand, if the onions
are In the dryest comer, if the squash are
where it Is dry and Just removed from
freering, and If any of the vegetables are
sprouting. In which case they must be put
in a darker spot and lived as soon as possi
ble; she must see t list there is some light
and a sufficient circulation of air, and that
the swinging shelf Is well out of the way
of the rats and free from dust and mold,
r.wrnir and kitchkn.
In her pantry she must look to the Indian
meal, among other things, and have it
stirred now and then to let in the air and
keep it from heating, and have a large cool
stone in it for the same purpose; she will
hnve her iard and her suet kept in tin ves
sels instead of in stone or earthen jars; she
will look at her bread boxes and judge If
they are aired nnd sweet, or capable of giv
ing a musty flavor to the brend. nnd if the
fragments and crusts nre saved for the
various uses to which thev can be put; and
she will see that all the article in the
place nre kiMit intinht bucket and boxes.
and not in the pacrs in which ttiey came
from the grocery.
In the kitchen perhaps she will be so
fortunate as to be able to begin with the
beginning, and have her range or cooking
stove gradually heated, instead of being
warpisi and cracked by a sudden extreme
of temperature. And she will have had all
her earthen vessels put into cold water and
brought to the boil, with a handful of
bran thrown in to toughen the glazing and
prevent it from injury by acids. She will
have the lamp cloths (if she does not use
gM washed and dried, and not thrown
down together in that oily condition in
which they spontaneously generate Ore.
She will see that her new knives are not
plunged into hot water that will loosen
and discolor the handles, ami will instruct
Her maid that ln;n discolored brisk rub-
oing witn sand riniipr will do a great deal
toward restoring the original annearuncA
of these knife handles; ami she will have
tnose that are to be put awnv wranned in
paperandnot in woolen cloths. Slie will see
that the wooden ware is clean and scalded
often; that there is n bountiful supply of
nonicrs, rollers ami dish towels; that there
shall he three brooms, the carpet broom
never to he used on the bare floor, the
kitchen broom never to be used on the
step and outdoor walks, nor the yard
broom to lie brought into the house: Hint
the clot lii-s line is taken down when the
wash is orought in, nnd the clothes pin
Kiimureo ami nuintea at the same time.
(iTIIKU PAP.T!) OP THE IIOCSK.
In other parts of the house she will look
t her rugs and carpets; she will remember
that ox gall, procured of her butcher, if
ane win give lnm a vial for it, and used
in tne proportion of a tab esnonnfnl tr
gallon of warm water, a coarse sponge
wrung oui 01 ii nnu passed over the car
pet's surface after sweeping, will set the
colors ami keep them bright and fresh
murn longer than anv other trestm-nt
and that, moreover, her carpets should be
swept wit h the large broom as little as pos
sible, as tha broom is a great destroyer of
tne iiwr and fabric.
Here she will examine her pillows, and
If any of t hem have a disagreeable oiloe aha
will have them emptied and the feathers
treated to a bath of hot soapsuds, and
then spread in a sunny place, after
win fiieywin return to their original
lightness and freshness. If she has inher-
ltea oki mattresses, or If such have been
given to her, she will have them taken out
on the piazza or Into some vacant room,
and hnve all the hair nicked over n,l
pulled apart, and the cover washed, the
nair lam on In regular layers and partly
tufted Into place with a louir lllihf ilutjirv
needle before closing all the seams of the
urging.
.She will. In this oversight from the be
ginning, never allow any marble in her
nouse to i wajhed with soapsuds, which
takes away the gloss, but will run an oiled
rag over it, and then rnb it smooth and
urynnd clean with soft cloth or chamois.
And, passing by a host of other affairs,
she will keep her medicine, closet stoelriwl
with the few article necessary for any
uuuuu i-iiiergenrj- or cuts, imrns, breaks,
wounds or bruises, together with ginger,
castor oil, ammonia, camphor and alcohol!
" And when all these things are done she
will rememlKTthat there are still some
others aha should uot leave undone.
Harper's Iiuzur.
Whars Ignorance I llnlpful.
One of the most successful wouieu in so
ciety is the woman who nlmoltitely knows
nothing that is, in the ordinary accept
ance of the term but whose nature is so
nicely adapted to the needs mid require
ment of this life that site makes no blun
ders and hurts the tender feelings of no
one. It is a matter for us to reflect upon,
and It should incite us to helpour children
to cultivate that spirit of kindliness which
would just as readily speak well of people
as ill, if not to prefer to do so. We might
teach ourduughters that to listen patient
ly to the praise of otlicrn will not detract
In the least Irum their charms. Those
happy women who nre capablu of honest
and hearty admiration for persous of their
own sex are, and always have ls.-eu, admired
and loved, though without accomplish
ment or graces save this one of inborn
chanty aud good will. -Chicago Herald.
Invalids do not like, people too near
them. Nurses m.ike a great mistuke when
they sit or stand too clone to the patient.
And they should avoid talking when their
duties require then to lean over the pa
tient. A constant flow of conversation is
very annoying to people suffering from
nervous trouble, yet many patients have
to bear it because they lack moral courage
and the nurse good sense.
SlOOBawardtlOO.
The readers of the Abous will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
i, ,!J",U t,?c- tit is catarrh.
Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only positive
; cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly noon the l.Wd .,i ,.,...
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
! patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
' i W0- The PP"8"" have so much
faith In its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for anv case
that It fails to cure. Send for list Bf tea
timomals. Address.
a uv' nK,,,T & Co.. Toledo. O.
Bold by druggists, 75c.
i. Tk- Hold U to m Light.
t aU Thw Mla ou confiden
tially just what will care your cold is
.prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In
the proration of this remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense Is
pared to combine only the best and
purest Ingredients. Hold a bottle of
ThnX ?llsan,Ito h gbt and look
hrongh It; notice bright clear look;
(then compare with other remedies. Price
i,,oc and si.
.n H" CoalHarket.
.ll LI. Tu""1 V be,t '""'cite coal.
,.11 Slies. delivered within city limits. 25c
T !? dOUDto Indiana I lack
t 4.60 snd Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered
trt.jr. added on all order, fo? le8. Yuan
hue ton; carrying In 25i per ton extra.
HAT THIEVES.
A. Class ar Besmpa) wrfcleh Makes
Practice ar Vuitiag Barber hep
a eettUg.Away with Meaaeaae
Else's Headgear.
peculiar thieving operation la just
now being carried on in yariooa sections
of the country, and has completely
aroused the indignation of a number of
victimised cltiz.-ns in a neighboring
town. The scheme may sooner or later
be attempted here, and for that reason
the plan of operation as described by an
exchange will be read with interest and
perhaps profit:
For several months past an individual
has been visiting the various barber
shopi of the city and victimising the pas
trons by stealing their hats while the
owners are still in the chair being
shaved. The thiet's plan is to enter a
shop which is pretty well crowded witn
waiting customers. While waiting his
turn he makes it a point to take thor
ough inventory of the various tiles as
they rest ensconced on the heads of the
owners or as they hang suspended on
the pegs in the wall. Having fastened
his eye on a new looking hst the thief
proceeds to make himBelf the posse sor
of it.
If he discovers that the hat selected be
longs to some one being shaved, having
bung bis own hat on the rack, he will de
cide after a minute or two that he cannot
wait for his tarn to be shaved and will
rush off. taking tbe hat of his intended
victim, leaving bis own behind. If the
hat he wishes to steal belongs to some
one who is to be shaved after him, he
ofttimes gets shaved and then takes the
hat as h goes out. In every case the
hat left behind is old and battered and not
worth 35 cents.
Black stiff hats are the ones which this
peculiar thief selects for bis operations, as
in stealing them there is less fear of de
tection. Most of these hats are valuable
and make a good haul.
It is believed that the thief pawns tbe
hats after getting them in his possession,
and there is therefore some hope of catch
ing him. Tbe barbers are now all on
their guard.
another Obstacle.
The Helaaea Myadlratr Striken a Maax
la thePaagerOne) or It F.leerir
Hallway Ordiasanrm at Hollar.
The Holmes syndicate has encountered
another obstacle to the success of its
Third avenue electric railway ordinance
in Molioe. At Monday night's council
meeting in that city Mayor Weasel stated
that he would have to veto tbe street
railway ordinance not in opposition to
the measure but because there were
some Irregularities, and, in fact, the
council bad no right 1o pass tbe ordi
nance at the time. The mayor then read bis
message, the particular ground of objec
tion being that notice of the applies
tion for right of way had not been pub'
lished for ttn days. Col. Henry Curt
being present, was called up n and stated
mat the company was satisfied with the
ordinance, but that ss it already bad an
ordinance for one line upon which it rould
work it was in no hurry for tbe other
until the legal requirements could be ful
uuea. i ne company had, however, not
bad time to give the required ten days
notice frier to the mee'ing. but would be
ready to auk for the franchise at the next
meeting. Tbe mayot's veto was then f us
tained.
The Ditpatch now suggests that the op
portunity is ripe to force the syndicate to
double the track of the Moline & Rock
Island line all the way through from this
city to Moline.
.New Telephone.
A new telephone has just been invent
ed that promises to make merry nompc
tition for the Bi 11 monopoly. For fours
teen years the Bell patents have stood in
vulnerable against a world of inventors
biju ii was inougnt mat lor three years
longer or until the final expiration of the
original patents, there would be no in
strument come to light which would not
be an infringement upon the r'ghts of the
original claimants of the field. S. Berg'
mann, of New York, however, has de
signed an instrument, and has just been
granted letters patent upon it, which
seems to electricians to be as good a tel
ephone as the Bell, if not better, without
the application of any of the BJl princi
pies. If this new telephone succeeds
there will be a revolution in telephony
within a few months. It is an undoubted
fact that there are hundreds of improve
ments devised for the Bell telephone,
which have been bought up by that com
pany, intended to be used after 1 803,
when their original patents expire, and
when they will be thrown into direct com
petition witn anyone who happens to
have money enough to set up a plant.
V.mmaty Mannings.
TUAHSFEB.
15 Hiram Darling to L 8 McCahe. et
al, bv metes and bounds in section 6, 17,
iw. 3.uo.
George Wbitbeck to T fl Silvia, lots 3,
4 and 5. 32. 18. le. nwt, 1.000.
Jobn Clark to William McEniry, eej
out lot 00. block 2u, 4 750.
James N Stevens to F H Steinberg, part
oi nwj, 4, 7. iw, f3,UUU.
17 Abel P Smith to Ezra Smith, block
2 4 1? 1 m Rn. ltl.- Hll)in , T k
Ridge. $200.
Gilpin Moore to Ezra Smith, part of
owl, swl. 2. 17. Iw. tl.
Ezra Hmith to Axel Sirombeck. block 2
Smith's First addition to Park Ridge,
City of Rock Island to Valentine Dau
ber, part of lot 10. block 13. Snencer &
Cases addition to Rock Island, $050.
Jobn Itectly to Maria O'Connor, lot 6.
block 0. Brackens addition to Rock Isl
and, f 1.025.
Black Hawk Homestead BuildiDcLoan
is caving Association to Wittiam Itotb,
part or iota a ana v, blocs 7. (jMcago or
Lower addition to Rock Island, 9 260.
Annie Lonegan to Anna Murpbv, i of
lot 6. block 4, Bailey & Boyle's addition
to Ruck Island, $1,970.
PROBATE.
18-Ei tale of Thomas J. Davis Ap
praisement bill filed and approved.
If Tonr Home is on irs .
Tou put water on tbe burning timbers,
not on tbe smoke. And if you have
catarrh you she old attack the disease in
the blood, not in tbe nose. Remove tbe
impure cause, and tbe local effect sub
Sides. To do this, take Hood's Harsapa
rilla, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Saraaparilla.
The man who joins an assessment in
surance company ct.n take a melancholy
pleasure in thinking of tbe many that
will mourn his death.
In the pursuit of the goo things of
'his world we anticipate too touch; we
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of '
them. The results obtained from the use
3f Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
nil claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all 1
stomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a aure cure for ague and
malarial disease. Price, 60 cents, of
druggists.
Id this little casket I have preserved all
these years tbe deareat remembrance of
my honeymoon.- It is the hotel bilL -
Expected Too Much for a Dime.
Lecturer This, ladies and gentlemen,
Is the greatest marvel of the mechanical
world. The paradox of scientists, the
hitherto declared impossible perpetual
motion tuachiue a powerf u! engine de
riving iU motive force fro n the peculi
arity of its own construction, un.-Hded by
man. steam, gas, springs or ei.-v-rricity.
Voice from the Crowd Why dont
she go?
Lecturvr Go? Who ever heard of a
perpetual motion machine's going? We
will now pass into Belshazz.- 's grot, or
the don oi lions, where
(Tiiey iiss.) Puck.
Not a Mutfhroom.
Van Gotham Van BlcwMnd has a
very Ions family tree. Ilasn't lit-?
Mnrrayhill Long! Well, ubont half
way down it there is a side note 'About
this time Adam and Ere were created,"
New York Herald.
A Last Reaort.
Mrs. Dingo I noticed tht'i-e was a
rent in your trousers this morning.
Mr. Bino Thank heaven! Give it to
the landlord when he conies. Clothier
and Furnisher.
Generous IVllow.
Grtsiin I jiiat gave him a piece of my
mind, dotuhcrknow.
Dolly :c:Jou!dy) How conld you
pnre t?-Mnn.sey's Weekly.
A Tailor's Courtship.
Lena Und haf you really sooch a
slroiig attachment for me, Isaac?
Schneide Yaw it vaa like a br '.ton
sewed on tnit ;Uc! Pnclc.
fZ3
HERE IS ONLY 1
I And inert) la notbincr like it.
, 1 1 Do not be imposed on with
substitutes, imitations, etc
'fj because the dealer makes a
few cents more on a bottle.
Lead Poison Cured.
I am a painter by trade. Three wars slko I
had a bad caseof Iad Poison, caused by using
paint. 1 was cured in a short time bv S. b
The medicine drove the poison out through the
pores of the skin. M y system was so saturated
with poison that my underclothes were colored
by the paint being worked out by the medicine
through the pores of my skin. I was cured en
tirely by S. S. S., and have bad no return since.
C. Park Leak, Waynesville, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
fees Swift Specific Co- Atlanust "
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently Located is
Davenport.
In the past six months be has successfully
treated almost
WO CASE!
of the most aevera character.
The name of a few who live In Davenport sni
vicinity, who have been nucceasfully treated are
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson, rheumatism
MIm Lizzie Vsdc. Mr Jobn Speilter. csiarrh
MIm Anna Davl. Mr Win Sankevf, scrofula; Mr
an isner. Mr r L Ma-onhamer. heart disease
Mr V W Marshall, (It year standing) pile
Mr Samuel SiMUees, (Is ) piles
Mr laiah Doty ? " ) triles
.Mr Mav Hnrtt J A Wvtfrh 6,nh VI
Frank Haye. Win McOrsuahan, N a Thompaon!
female disease. -
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor haa, but they are ecanvh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
tbe eause and treatment of disease.
tVXo of Manhood, Seminal Weacneaa, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
t "Postltlvely no case taken that catnot be
enred. Correepondenre accompanied by 4c la
suunps promptly answered
CONSULTATION FREE.
Office McCollongh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
DAVENPORT. IA.
THE MOLINE SAYIK6S BANK
(Charted by the Legislature of Illinois.)
MOLINE. - ILLS.
Open daily from S A. M. to 8 P. If ., and on Toe
day aud Saturday Kvenlmra from 7 to
S o'clock.
Interest allowed on DespoBlts at tbe rate
or 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received ia amounts of
fl and Upwards.
SECURITY AND ADVANTAGES.
Tbe private property of tbe Trainee Is respon
stnieto the depositors. Tbe officers are prohibi
ted from borrowtag any of Its moneys. Minor
auu marrieu women proieciea Dy special law.
Ottoib: 9. W. Wbiklock. Pnldnt Pnm.
raa SKiaaaa, Vice President; C. 7. Hsmmwat,
Cashier. "
Tanwraaa: S. W. Whaetoek, Porter Skinner,
H. ilemenwav. C. Vltxthnm.
. i The only chartered Saving Bank In Rock
Island County.
LADY AGENTS
WANTED
To sell the popular M. E. ADJUBTA BLE t?OBf
t-uitnitr. it is worn by Ladies wishing comfort
m euwi itfim. rur particular aaareas
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
RivB Srairr. ELGIN, ILL.
Salesmen
AT ONCE
our gooua os sample to wholesale and re
utu traae. we are tbe largest manufacturers la
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent posi
tion. Money advanced for wage, adveruaiug,
etc For rsrms address
CHHTEBHIAi. UFO. CO.. Chicago, m.
paOTO-ES GRAVIS G,
DESIQNINQ.
ILLUSTRATING.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Bailding, Davsnport, Iowa, Call for
1 1 males and es work ber or fotng to Chicago
JOB PRINTING
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Promptly and neatly executed by the Aawoi Jo
department.
" h eilalattentlon nld i Commsrclai ork
fl
flMITlt llfltlf-fl -oa-
ULlI ItY If All I HI 8 ALE
v mmr.m w a nn'a. no pravwas xt-
nnc rsquiraa. writs for terms. IV t.
BlUWIAl., j
.Sflaa.
Vll Tl TrfJC'C Teaches lust.dents a
IMlLl.ls, trade and taea starts
SCHOOL. OF L'!"?.ln rf11"0 service,
Bend for circular.
1 ELEBRftPHY - VfflSSESL
Dr. S. E. HcCREARY
I trtrlissa 1 IMS is- mil&usS2?X5Z
MOST APPETIZING
The Van Hotjtf.ns nrnre;
. w f- .
dierestinn ftnrl rfprInr in rh
O . j--
aroma. It is an excellent flesh
Ian. Ka b.ah a? .aa. .
bj EIou
"BEST A GOES
TAN RODTEN-B COCOA Coaes trfsd.
Coca, laves t4, saaaa sura aateatesl la
aim swlahle tbaa aay aftae aasaeraaa IssltaUaaa. Ia fast. It Is csasra, amaiw
tad all aver Earopalaadacoaiparatlvs test will sasily pravslthat asaUkerCossasqoalsUils
ia sorabilitv, aarwabm tast and aolriUv qoslltlss. "Larasst sal in tha
world." Ask fur Vax Hocrca'a AatrTaca KO othxb. sa
EfJIER POCOLATE
UtfU UNRIVALLED. UNEQUALLED.
PUREST IX THE . WORLD.
COTAI CHEMICAL! r AIM UERATIOA.
Pans Exposition, 18S9 .cVlVmK'lV:
Ask your Grocer for
MENTER CHOCOLATE (YELLOW WEAPPER).
Far ami. Earr aera.
itBAycn house, uxro-
LEGAL.
jjj:ncouTOB'B Kotick.
Estate or Thomas Shea. Deceased.
TT e undersigned having been at pointed exeeo
or f tbe last will and testament of Thomas
She, late of the county of Kock Islaud, state
of II iuois, deceased, hereby gives notic that be
will tppear before tbe county conn of Rock Island
conn ly, at the office of lb. clerk of said coort. In
the r ity of Rock Island, at the December term, on
the a rat Monday in December next, at which time
allp rsons Laving claims against said eaute are
not it ed and reqnested to attend, forth purpose of
havti g the same adjusted. All persons Indebted
to aa d estate are reqnested to aaake Immediate
paw ent to the nnderslgnsd.
Da id this lTth day of October, A. T) . 1STS.
PIBKCB KBANK. Kxecator.
JV) Whox it mat Concern.
Not Ice Is hereby riven, that at the December
term, A. D It?.!, of the county coort of Rock Isl
and oonty. state of Illinois, the nndersiimed, aa
goarc ian of Mary Ann Lee, EMza I ee. tieorcw Lee
Kobe-tT. Lee and Florence J. Lee, reslden.s of
said conn'y, and minor children of William Lev.
deceased, will apnly to said court for leave to fell
the enaie, title and interest of aaid minors In the
folio ing real estate aitnated In the county of Pe
oila. Hlate of Illinois, to-wit:
Th undivided one-fourth of the northwest quar
ter of srci Ion five, 5). township ten. 1 10, north
range six J east of the foorth principal meridian,
excepts acres la tbe northeast comer of said
quart. r section, said application will be made for
trie ps rpose of otherwise tnvestlng th. proceeds of
be ss a of aaid minors' interest in said lands.
Koc lfland, Illinois, NovemherTth, lri'.io.
ItoBKKl LEE Guardian as aforesaid.
W
HT OF ERROR.
STAT S OF ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
Northern Grand Divisiou
Sri bms Cocbt. of saidtMale.
Errnr to Appellate Court of Illinois In and for
lbs Set-ond District.
Anneti e Guyer. Kxe'-utrix of the Estste of Samnel
s. Guyer, deceased, Annetta Gayer. Bdward H.
n r and Annette Gnyer. plaintitts In error,
vs. J iki H. Wilson. Holmes Hake., Ueorge M.
u. nw. vviinam l . Kit-s. Stephen A. Male,
Aleitnder T. Rentier. Thomas J. Robinui
Char es U Walker. Th Rock Island Paper Com
pany . Philemon L. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell, Wil
liam H. Ge.t, I mure iiurat and Cornelin
Lynde.
Wat RliS. The said Annette Oliver STecntrlx of
the est e of Samuel S. Guyer, deceased. Annette
Guyer, Edward H. Guyer and Annette Guyer have
sued oi it a writ of error from aaid supreme court to
rrrrr . juugmet.t ootainea oy saia Joan rl.
Wilson against said Annette Guyer, executrix,
etc., Annette Guyer. Edward H. Guver and An
nette Ouyer in a certain eaet In which Holmes
Bake. Gcottre M. D. Hakes. William T. Kigge.
htephen A. Main, Alexander T. Bentiey, Thomas
J. Robi nson, Charles L. Wslker. The Rock Island
Pafier ompsry. Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
Lynde, Phil Mitchell. William H.Gestand Klmore
W. Bust are also parties in the aaid Apiiellate
Conrt f llHnois in and for the second district
wnicn t aia writ or error la bow pending la sstd
Supreme Court: and whereaa. a writ al flrir
Faciaa nas Been duly Issued herein, returnable oa
i ue nrst. uay or toe next term of aaid supreme
Court, to beholden at IHUst, in said stats, on the
Vt-Ht Tnuula.lnll.Ml. . 1 . .
- - - ... v.ill urn, Kmuinn lu iiv;
aud, whereas, also, it a)peara by amdavlton lie la
tue eieia-s orr.ee or saia auprems court that he
said Ho; roes Unites, Georg M. D. Bakes, William
T. Rtgg", Stephen A. Main, A Islander 1. llentley
are nou-residents of the siaieof Illinois, and with
out tbe teach of I he process of said Supreme court.
Now, therefore, you. the said Uolmea Rakes,
Oeorge H. D. Hakes, William T. Rlggs, Siepbeu A.
Main, Alexander-. Bentiey, the aaid defendants
in error wboe non -residence appears as afore
said, art hereby notified to he and ann.ar hernr.
tbe Just res or said Supreme Conrt, at tbe next
termor stid court to be bolden al Ottawa, inssid
state, on the First Tuesday in March next, to hear
iue rect ra ana procoeaings brought Into td
Supreme Coort on return of said writ of errors snd
the error assigned, if you nhall see St, and further
to do anc recoiv what aaid conrt shall order in thia
oeuan.
Dated itctoher SOth, A. D.. ltlUft.
A. U. TAYLOR, Clerk.
JJece iter's sale
STATS OF ILLINOIS, i
Rock I ilsmd Couhtt, i
In the Circuit Court In Chancerv.
John Pee a, admtnlatratorcom testamento annexo
oi tne eiiaie or Bailey Davenport,neceased, va.
in. nm. laiauu ana atian street rtailway Com'
pany, ( baries H. Stoddard. 1 . F. Robinaon.
bluinrs Hurst, Peter Fries and J. O. Maxsie.
urigina. Dili.
John Peera. administrator cum ir.tim.ntn
dcxo or the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceased, vs. th. Rock Island A Milan Street
naiiway ompany. Bzra W llcher. John W
Stewart, James M. Mcntgmi.rv, Kdwla G.
rraaer, Lxrl boarp. Frederick Weverhaeuser.
FraderhkC. A. Donkmaun, William t. Dal.
ngau, noes wooamsnsee, Thomas S. Silvis,
louts . Etkbart and John K. Downing.
George Downing, Sr., Jamea Downing and
' 1 noma Downing, partnera etc- as Downing
Brother .
Notice lx hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of the circuit court in and for the county of
nwK uiaca in in. suu. or Illinois, cnterea in th.
atiove enti led causes on the Thirtieth faothl d.v
of 8ptemlr,A.D., lbSSJ. I shall on Saturday, th.
oiui ioj iay oi uecemoer, A. u., lrwu, at the
hoar of hi 101 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at the north door of the coort bona in th
city of Roc k Island ia said county of Rock Island,
sell, f subjt el to the approval of and confirm altnu
by said cl-cnlt conrt, at public auction to th
Llghesl bidoer or bidder upon the term hsrein
atusr and iiiald decree mentioned, all th. rail
way of said defendant the Ruck Islaud Milan
sireei nau-vay company, aaid railway extending
f.iim the corner of Seventeenth atreat and First
arrnu. In ald city of Rock Island turough and
aiotig thss reets and svenses of said city to a
poiut at or near the southern llmlta of said rity,
and thence over lu right of way aud in part over
ana a ions ctnain roada and highways In th. town
or Month Rfcak Islsnd to aud over tae ordges now
owned by u said city of Rock Island spatuuoa
Rock river between the town of bears sad the
town of Miliau and thence over and along certain
strews and nubile grounds in said town or city of
Milan to lu terminua therein and lnclading tha
braccb. exte nding from tbe town of Bears afore
said to tbe a igh point on the bluffs of Rock river
known aa Biack Hawk's Watch Tower, together
iiu an esiu railway company s rignt or way, real
estate, lea-ea, road-bed, track, aide tracks,
switches, lion, ties, engine and station houses,
barns, motors, rolling stork, cars, horses, ma
chinery, too t. Implements and besooglui! and all
aid railway company's property, appliance, and
appurtananoaof every sort, kind and description
whatsoever i ow beloneing to and owned by raid
defendant ra ilway colflpluiy. Including those now
In Ibe possetsion or control of Frederick Bsss,
heretofore at tointed receiver herein, and all each
which may h treartsr aad prior to each aale be ac
quired by hlia, (excepting nevertheless si I money
helunglug to taid street railway company now in
the hands of said receiver and all such as may
arise from or grow out of the us. of said railway
property and franebieea, or may codw to aa d le
celver prior t a his surrendering possession of said
railway nd property as by aaid decrea provided'
together with all the rights, privileges and fran.
chiess of ,ss d defendant railway company to
maiutalnand meraie its said railway and carry on
It business, a ud to maintain and operate lis said
railway over, idoug, acros and through th a mi,
alley road and public grounds of said city of
Kork Island, said town of Milan and aaid ma-n.hii.
of South Roc Island, and over and along to.
said bridges panning Rock river, and all other
riKins, privileges atiu irancBiaea whatsoever be
longing to ore mnected with tbe said rallwa em.
pany; all of aaid railway, premises, property,
riirbts snri nelv ileire. n.in .iin.uH . - .
of Rock Island af.eeald aaid aal. being suhjert
nevertheless td all liens lor tales or aasesaniouts,
general or apat iaL, whit h may hav. aocraed and ns
mafn tiicreon prior to aucb sale.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten thnnaana ftmnonl
dollars In caaq Iowa at the time of said aal., aud
the remainder i pou th. approval and conurmailoo
of suca sale by i-aid circuit court.
uateo at Hot X laiand, Ulinoia, this 5th darTof
Koveiuber, A D.'JBWJ.
FKED BRICK H ASS,
Receiver and Bpeclal Master la Chancery.
QhANOEKT NOTICE.
8TATB OF ILLINOIS, 1
Rock Ihla.ii n. iran- fefl
To the Jannarr Term A a. JH91, CltcultCourt,
of said Count: In Chancery.
Joseph McKeyiolds complainant, vs. Hugh Mc-
vw uv MVMJimai, OH XI. WellS.
Bremoo K. rVells, Mark A.hdown, Orlo W
Kichrdon, I a gene A. Lancaster, Juba C Car
roll, Abrahaa Mrauas, Hugo Goodman, Mmoa
Yondorf aad Bdwln Boa, defendants Fore
closure. To the above I amed defand.fMa rwtn w w-k
ardaoaand8aa.A.LaaoaMer. Notice is n-ra.
by given that t at above .nUtlid caoa. U aow
pending In said, sort against yo and th. oWior
datendanta a bus named, loat a sua, moos la chan
cery has been V oad theraia sgalas you dirsetsd
to the eberiff of aid coaaty to axecnta, returnable
w txm m auaary iwa, ievi, ov eaia coart, to b
oettun and holds i at th. euart houa. in thm i,.
of Mock Islsod Ii i said eonoty oa th Srst iiaday
ot .aaunrj, am. at wnicatun. aaaptacywa win
aioGa aiana, 11 moi. soiMMr is, irssv.
UfXiKUS m . GAMBIA, ussrk ot said Coart.
Jacataa s B a, Conplaiaaat'a Souiiota.
EASILY DIGESTED.
renrlrs tfiii nu-no
- .- w. rf ...ii vwvvb asv VI
hirrliact Al- A::
113 UC1U.IOU1
- former, fifty per cent, greater
GoGon
FARTHEST."
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THETRAVELER.V UU1DE.
CQICaGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC RAIL
way Depot eoroer Fifth aveaas aad Thlrty
flrst street, c. U. Bkslum. agent.
TRAINS.
tLatra. tAaatva.
Council Bluffs at Mlnneso-1
ta Dot Bxpress (
Ksnsa. City Day Bxpress...
Wsshingtoa Bxpress
Council Bluff i Mmneso-1
ta Bxpress
Council Binds Omaha 1
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70pta TKB am
11:1S aa
10 Mpa
M:44 aa
tGoing weau tGolng east. srlly.
BURLINGTON RoUTB-C- B. t. RAIL
way Depot First a Venn aad Sixteenth St.,
M J. Yoang, agent.
TFAIN8.
i.aw. aaaira.
46 s . s a sa am
Bt. Loais Kxpraaa
Bu Looia Kt press. .........
St. Paul Bxpress
Heard stown Passenger. ...
Way Fretvhl (Monmouth)..
Way Freight (Sterling)....
Sterling Passenger
Dnbuaae
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10:36 am
10:SA asa
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10:10 am
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SSpm
laily.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Kaclne Sonthwestera Division De
pot Twentieth straet. between First aad Second
avenue, g. D. W. Holme., agent.
TRAINS.
Laava.
:45 m
Aaatva.
:00ps
11 as am
10:lUam
S :1s pm
aau aud Kxprea
St. Panl Kxprss ,
't.A Accoamodatl n...
Ft. Aeeowmodatioa..
S:llpml
SSI t.B
TS5 an
ROCK ISLAND PBORIA RAILWAY DK
pot First avenue and Twentieth a tree t, F.
II. Rockwell, Agent.
. TRAINS.
Fast sTail Kxprosa
Bxpress
Cabie Accommodation..
La vwl Aasrvn.
S:16m 1:30 pia
tills1 1 dl pm
9:10 am 1:00 pm
00 pm, Sift aa
MOST DIRKCT BOTJTB TO THE
:East and South East
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bast.
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Bxpress
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S.39S pa
5 M pa
17 pa
4 57 pm
4.10 pa
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. pm
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9.9? pm
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4.3S pm
4 5 pm
SJA pm
ft. 06 pmi
11.15 pml
8 15 am
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8 5Sam
, am
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10 7 am
10 50 am
ll.S5am
ar. Ori.m. lv
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Pnuc.vills .
.Peoria....
Blonmington
.Hnrinefleld
is pm
1 5 pa
11.54 am
11.10 am
10. Mam
10 00 am
l it pm
S.IS am
s.u pm
T.SSpm
S.57 pm
7.15 pa
1.80 am
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115 pa
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8.40 am
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i .un am
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X.I& am
10.U aa
Terra Hants.
10 x3 pm
S 15 aa
1.00 aa
".45 aa
EvsDsville..
Indianapolis.
S.SU pm
10.80 pm
ll.lSpm
. uoaisviiis .
Mnelnns'i O
7 45 pm
T.15 pm
Passenger train arrive and depart from Caioa
depot Peoria.
Accommodation train leave Hock Island S'45
p. a. arrives at Peoria I K) a. m Laavas Peoria
:ib p. a. arrive al Kock Island 1 nlS a. na.
eaSLa aaajsra.
Accna.
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Cable
. am
7.40 1
8 .15 am
S.40 pm
Accna. ClAc,i Accom.
Lv. Cable
Ar. Revnolda....
" Kock Island.
e.ai am is nu pal S.45 pt
7.10 am, 1 45 pm 4.x5p
S OT, ami S us pal 6 JO pi
Chair ear oa Fast Express between Bock Island
and Peoria In both direction.
H. B SUDUlW, at. STOCKHOrsl.
Superintendeat, Gen 'I Tt. Agent.
'Milwaukee
'Hi..
mf UK1L TRAIM with Eleatrie lighted end
Bteaa heated Vestlhuled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, at. Paalaad Mlaaeapolla.
'"KAN-CONTIN EUTAL ROUTE with Blec'rie
lighted and Steam heated Vestibnl.4 train be
tweaa Chicago and Council BlaSa, Omaha or
Bt. Paul and the Par 14c Coast.
GItKAT NATIONAL RoPTB bstwesa Chicago
Kansas City and St. Joseph, Ma.
8700 MILK OF ROAD reaching all principal
point in Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota, low,
Missouri, South Dakota aad North Dakota.
For map, time table, rate at passage aad
freight, etc- apply to th. nsarast atatwa ageat
of to. Chicago. MllwaakM At 8u Panl Hallway, or
to any railroad agent aay whar. la the world.
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gea I pass. A T. Agt.
Towns owned by by ah Chicago, Mil. sake. At
ot. Paul Railway Company, writ, to H. G. Haa
fea. Land oomaiaslouer MUwauke. Wlacoaaia.
A. D, HUESING
-Real Estate-
AND
Insurance Apt
Represents, among other lms-tried and well
known Fir. lasoraac. Cuapanisa a f ollowing :
Royal Insurance Company, of Englaad.
Wescheater Fir Is. Comiisny of N. Y.
Boffalo German Ins.to.. Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins Co., Hochsstar, n. T.
tntisens Ins. Cow, of Pittsbargb, Pa.
Sun Fir. Otfioe. London.
Union las. Co., of California,
hecarity In. Co.. New H iv.o, Cot.b.
Milwaukee Mrcaanic In. Co . Milwaukee, Wis
German rire Ins. Co of P sort a. III.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
OKNIBAL
CONTRACTORS
House Builders. .
-Maaufactirenof
Bash. Doors, Blinds, Biding, nooring;
- WslBSOMtlnff.
J all Ms. r - - n .
Klghteanta ftt- aU Third aad Foorth v!J
awa iniiana.
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S .
. . Isaproved Cr-M.lll.aa
Cpect-.-Iss and Era C!ce3
14 aad ia -.. Laus, a. Y. T " : hi
Tad. ofsashyT al. Ttinanss. ,
all.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
1615
M. YERBURY,
PLDI1BER
CIIAS. V. YEUBURY. Haoaver.
ROLLIN RUICK,
Successor to Adamson & Rnick,
PRACTICAL
Shop Nineteenth St., tet.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
gf8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold and repaired
SHOES,
For Latltcs' Fine Shoe in all the new styles and pstttrns .
For Ladies' Fine Fart; Slippers ia new and catchy shades.
For Men's Talent Leather. Cordovan and French Calf in new fall sljl-s
STABY, BERGER & SNELL,
Second and Uarrison Sis. Successors to O. M. Schmidt, Davenport.
M. E. MITJRRllSr,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St , IU;k Island.
A Brt-cta. stnek of Groceries that will be sold at krwest Uvtcg prlcaa. A aaare mt tlle
patronage aollciUMl.
J. M. 8UF0RD.
-asxr&AL
Insurance Agent
aM tV arS Tha. tras
lstnsssnts4.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
' " ,h " " "Hr. tba mr tMw
tnaaannns tbaaalnma ao4 vast mtmttm TU.I aa
saiald avlMiur s .u boa. attrartla. r-m r tttmt
aarmc aad tb ai rry m a sra, W4tu- In call int.
to tns (amil? s kia ttw la si i I in i uml. of rlnlua.
tHL Art. Litarataraaad Miaw paruaalarly ta Utiar
OnssS Uas cfcW alas Is Uus aad a s saaj rmtm. mmm tm
aor --- iiti.iiiiI at .mmm
saaaaa, Kmpr, lUra r. Nsw Easjlaad aa4
win s Snanf anabty stul
wnav aibibn ta tLs mtm dit.
Oar Prvaa r Ut. I i tm
aa4 a assa 1 a. ai ssil oa
ft'" Slats aaarv:ia.
ik r.Uty,
laatBlaa.
CHICACO.
GEO. GREEN,
City Scavenger,
- aa mvBBTBo a-
DISINFECTANT
which aos it wo i a la a tkmagh aannr.
tt thnroacblT (mj rills, th. air aad rsmnvrs
For sal. al Kail Kochlcr.
dracstora.
Pkic 60 Cskts mm Bottli.
DR. KANDEN'B
ELECTRIC BELT
I r 'raa wk",siv.
Haaa.'
BSiuui.rtat
N-H UrilaraJLI
ta- A'.c .nM . t t .... . -
mZ!!?llJ Ui HttTSII S lllirtlls.
a. aau s anifn. ai. u. .. ....
f.(aat Sal a vi.tai tw.: Ba.a ja.
USt lallMM. t.ii.al. .1 ri.irl tt.i.. . : a A.
T AkTS. rr.o.r.at lkm Nfctl.1M aM) IMarMtM ''lUtSMla.
Banrt. (ana w tM (mmmi,. at a. wim S-.M i. mmm.
Sa-' aS aa mri 1 .. 4. sa aa. l..a-li
II ikltM tm iir. aau.. luauj aasisSM rraa.
AXtM AUCTUOOO.. talaaa.I7(awVAM,IU.
ROOFING.
wiisanmninir
r. rsa
i aj.l
SI-BLA8TIO ROOPISQ FKLT eaataoaly
''at aaoar. 'Mi. Stan a tma4 soof
for rmmn. aad aaroa. eaa pat It aa. S.a4 ataaa
tot as.. iil a, fail laameaUn.
bh Bu h Krartaa Cow.
S sad al W Csaadaay. Maw Taaa.
XcmU Afwrnts TTantacL
Tbej har go It.
It will maks jonr home happj.
It will sot fas or smoks.
It has large; hsh psa.
It has besrj steel bodj.
It keeps firs all s1r,bL
it is Tirt
Riverside Oak,
lbs graadrst product low of mod era times.
W ioviu you to rail sad examine oar
immense line of Riferslde 8 loves tod Raegrs.
DAVID DON,
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
Al GAS FITTER.
STEAM
ARD DBALtR 1H
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pip
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
trleat work at fair prices. Estimate furnished.
Office and shop Sl 18th 8t. Telephone 1181.
Rock Island, 111.
HACBIST
Hock Island, 111.
First and Second A veua.
SHOES.
THE-
-Dealer la-
PROTECT YOUR
DUES AND LIVES-
By ainf A. F. Srkald. tb. piosasr rvsi
aal Lightaiag Uttd dcalara ciskrataS
LI6HTNINQ RODS.
harh H. kcwes coastaallr aa haad. Aar oh, aw
aantrv ss coapucaasa. onas la Ik. a oat
BCMaUSc aaaarr. CaanataUaa ta
prtcas and ,ailt; aaftaS.
Asdrawa
A. F. SCHMIDT.
a. Stl TvssuiU bt kaU laiaad.
CHAS. McHUGH,
R. R. TICKET
AND STEAilSHIP
BROKER
(M .a her Aaxncaa Tichct Biakara' Aata)
Reduced IUtes to all Poihts.
Omrx -la Adaaa Kzptva CHBca aaArr
Barpav Haoaa.
SOLA AOB1TT rOB
JXECUT0R a NOTICE.
Batata af Hrtirv C. Vi'kHriilsa. d rra d.
Tar asxlcrslirnad. Itavttta k aa aajotalsl .
srainx of th. Ust will and Miaru u.at i-
U hitrd(s, 1st. atlas coanly of Karh lslaao.saM
of Illinois. Sr saad. awnhv rlrr atxtc. Ikal a
alll appsar Wfora la. aoamjrraanor Kara Isl
and outintv. at la. aTBca or laa rtrrh al aaid
wan. la lb .its of Kara I. land, at OaJsaaar
tsva.oa th. first MuaOav ia Jaaasry aril, al
wklrh tins all arraons ksaf cialaa asraia
aid fatal, ar. aoUSsS aad taqaasUHl ia M
atnd forta. parpost at havum Ik. Ma. adjaaa.
sd. All parsoas ladsbuKl to aaid satal ar ra-
Jrtmrm lo auk taatsxUal paraaat ta la aa'
rraward.
iMiadthls ITtsi dsr af Hovaahsi, A. O ITCSi
rHAKLOTTKA.WUIThllx.lt. Karcatnx.
1T-S4W
Music Teaching.
Aftar r aipcrlcne ta track Inar lastra
naatal at Bale, I will proa Is na sun Utrary m ith
i for taa laaa aaasj af aay l.trkir la
DAILY PRACTICE
aaaar aar trvlsloa.'nvsa rack lav-all aaptl
Tracnar am aw aoasv teerdar ta.tr auic
iwa. at as. wa-taird aa ar aarkrd Bvtr. oa
aSsat ansae ta mwj oaa. Lrsv. ard.rv, aaaUag
aaiaor. al mj aasic luoaaa, lul Sacaa4 avaeaa.
Kock lnla.nl.
W. auk. a sprelaltj af tracbJag tarraarWacad
laachsr Bow ta trara.
Addreas a at I tut Brady HC, Davaaron. Is.
Maut. U. A. UkUSklM
Th Orrat Frsarh Ksafcssl for Saw as tuns
sad MoBlhly lr-(alatiltM.
Ladias Lsa L. Dae farindlral fill, af Para,
Franc: gnsrsaKsd aeoaaplish all that a
clatassaforlaaa. Th Baad aoaikly iarttaaala
Kalisr ta wnasa. fall Sttsctaia arte aash
. Spavkoaar oars. kas. loss. Aatsrvaa
rtll Oa.. royalty wuilta. Sasacav. Inaa. Tka
Kala. Bill aklaiasi af utta kadart; AlasSt.tt,
:k laiaad. Jaaaa A Caw lavs.sait. aad a ail
SrarTst. aldsdw
--l LALI., aJrUJt
Mita.ataX.al ail . iwlat
l.afa. In .S.iai mm tava.
J7 tBa.laatSa artS
ff ' tar. mm a. aitiiai a. nnai
a
- Urw-ala. Isa-A-AWl laaaawl . f a SAW. 4.
arww fram -- ' IWI -w aaawt iaaw-aa as- sy-
aaaVf4 w kaMMSa4Sti
m aSav ! s a i ssr- Wm
WsHp- vs-vsm m-.9
W. S.HOLBROOK'S
Fall
Bed Room Sets.
Parlor Suits,
Book Cases,
Cabinets,
CTCt1l aod see twir line.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East
1
'a
Davis Block,
Molint, Illinois,
TrlrpboD l'2.
4
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL KWOWX
M
erchant Tailor,
Has just rstarrsJ from Kurorw and would br pWasrd u aws Lis frn l at
liU place of basin.-as ia
Star Block, Orro-iTE IIaepck Hocsk.
FALL -AND WINTER SUITINGS
tor tl
E". C. I
f )
i.J awfc No 1808SxndTeno-.
a iLU--r- jV j Rock Ula, III.
j. x. dixojst,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
Davenport
Business College.
C. J. W. SCDREINEIt,
-Contractor and liuilder-
riaa aaS aptfa-aaa. fitaWWd aa alt laaa. w aark AUs aa al af WUimtm raiaat la
ad altdUag Hlta. aaikli asa. avlah aad laTtraaw. '
ROCK 15 LAX D. Hi.
A. SEABURO.
House and Sign Painter.
nrat-clasaararataf aad raaar Haaiiac.
P.O BaiC73.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Guilder,
sji HctreoUi Aau. IVOCK liland.
CVAU hlad af Artistic w a a spartan. sau aad .a lastas fas all taa af haUSkaw
JOHN SPILGER,
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Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third aTnor, Wtuv-n loili and 11th stiU.
(rrh4 Carl's tOJ sUtvl.)
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J". HUE. OHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
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BOOTS AND SHOES,
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ARE NOW COMPLETE.
Second St.,
Davenport, In.
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PLUMBERS
Steam Fitters.
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DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAIGRS
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COMPLETE IN ALL
DEPARTMENTS.
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