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FARM AND GARDEN.
OBSERVATIONS WORTHY OF NOTE
IN RURAL AFFAIRS.
An Illustrated Description of That Sari
on Disease nf a Horse' Hoek Known
tu th. Bona Spavin, with Advice from
rilfrsrsnt Authorities About Ita Cue.
One of the most wrions diseases of the
hock is spavin, of which there are sev
eral varit-ties, known as bog spavin, bona
spavin and occult spavin. The latter is
so nnmeil because thore is no perceptible
enlaixf'inerit on or about the hock.
A bone spavin is a swelling or bony
tumor situatitl upon the lower and inner
part of tlie hock joint, as shown by Pig.
1 in the first cnt Fig. 2 represents the
inner side of the bone of the hock afflict
ed with a spavin of long standing. The
rough portion represents the osseous de
posit, which lias become as hard and firm
as the sliin bone itself. Fig. 3 represents
a shin bone having Hn osteons deposit
npnn its head and on the itiuer side.
When this bony enlargement is liiirh up
on the joint it often produces incnrable
In the second cnt Fit;. 1 represents the
natural position of a sound hock when
the animal is in motion. Fig. 3 shows
the position of the hock and foot when
the latter is brought to the pronnil in
VAKIOI'H PHASES OK HONK SPAVIN.
action. Spavin is supposed to be one of
the hereditary disfaMSt handed down
from sire or dam to offspring. This may
not be strictly true, writes a veterinary
surgeon in American Cultivator. Vet
in one sense it is doubtless correct, for
while the diseased hock itself way not
be transmitted, yet the form of hock
most liable to be affected by spavin, if
possessed by either sire or dam, is liable
to reapcar in the progeny. Short, nar
row hocks are much more liable to suffer
from spavin than long, wide wedge
shaped ones, a fact which young breed
ers can reiueinlier to their advantage
when selecting their stm-k.
The treatment advised by Stonehedge
is such as tends to abate the inflamma
tion and promote absorption of the new
growth. Prior to the adoption of any
plan the joint should be rested, the outer
heel of the shoe should be lowered, the
corn should 1 taken away, and the sys
tem cooled by appropriate treatment.
After these precautious are taken, the
next tiling is to decide upon the reme
dies which will be suited to the case.
They consist in: (1) Blisters, which have
a tendency to cause almorption; (2) firing;
(3) setotis, with or without sultcutancous
scarification: 4i division of the nerve.
KIlDWfN'll PiKFTfnvs f.V 'u. .r-v.-r. n.tw
. . . ' v , .'IV II V. iV.
RllSSell HHVH Hint luiflM Bltuvin Tr,n, la
j .. - .-'.. ..a iiinj
removed by an early application of the
pruprr remedies, ui n8 incipient State
it niay be discovered by an nnnsnal heat
or teftlermsu nn tliu tmi.v .1.. tkn
-' tuv 1UMI I I.I1IV3 .I tlJO
hock joint, accompanied with a touch of
laiueurw. ii iuiu tieriou Kussell sug
gests a oiisier, out wnen of long stand
ing it is usually necessary to apply actual
cautery. This latter operation, how
ever must, nut l tim.fi
, . - - .. v. uiii; "'J
iufiuUllIllltinn tvmninn Tl,,, Vlnu
be tamed loose und given rest for a con-
Mixed liar for Horses.
The New York Times thinks the pre
vailing favor of timoth v ah irm fur foul
ing horses is not a wise one. The hay is
not so atiundant and not so nutritions,
especially for hard working horses,
whose muscle is constantly used and ex
hausted in tiresome exertion Thin i,n,u.
cular waste exhausts the system of its
nitrogenous elements, which naa aft .
urea formed by the decomposition of
muscular liber in the system of a haM
working animal. Tim
deficient in nitrogen, having bat 0 per
cmi. 01 nitrogenous matter, while clover
nay nas j;j per cent., and mixed tim
othy and clover has 12J per cent. Thus
the mixed hay has almut one-third more
of the nitrogenous elcmenu of th fnnA
than the clear timothy, and this makes
the difference of nineteen cents per 100
pounds in the actual feeJi nir vulno of
the two kinds of hay in favor of the
mixture. The general Doimhirirv nf tlm
timothy hay is nndoniitedly due to a
prejuuice against tlie clover, which
wouiu certainly I si removed by actual
test ami experience.
Hiiiut In Wheat.
ProfessoT Kellennan, of the Kansas
outio Agricultural college, in a report
issued by the state board of agriculture,
suggests ns the best tnaitment at present
auuwn ior smiting smut tlie Jensen hot
water treatment. This consists in im
mersing the sned which is supposed to
iro luieiieu wuu smut lor a few min
utes in scalding water. The tempera
ture must be such iut to Lill fl... o,.,t
spores and the immersion must not be
proioiige.1 so mat the heat would injure
tne germ or euioryo con'.ealed within
the seed coats. If the wate- is at a tem
perature of i:s2 degs. F.. t wii
be killed, and yet the imiiu ' :, if not
continued lieyond fifteen iii.Ues, will
not in the least injure the seed. The
smut spores will possibly ! killed by ten
minutes' immersion. A fifteen minute
immersion, however, is recommended.
The temperature must 1 allowed to
vary but little from liUdegs.: in uo case
rising higher than 1& degs.. nor falling
below 130 degs.
S100 toward $100.
The readers of the Argos will be pleased
to learn that there ia at least one dreaded
dwease that science has been able to cure
i? ,,, JU ,U,?e8" "d lnat " catarrh.
Ualls 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 upon the blood and mucous sur
faces 0f tne .jatem, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
V..?'. The P'oP'ietors have so much
faith In its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Bend for list of tea
q J- HKKNET & Uo.. Toledo, O.
Hold by druggists, 75c,
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
bls world we anticipate too much; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world-
y pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
,. , ,Jone"' ed Clover Tonic far exceed
Ml claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
Jtomach. liver, kidneV and "add,
trouble. It U a perfect tonic, aprtizer.
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
Bam Coal Market.
f 7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivared within city limits. 25c
!n D JfOUDt i,or cm"h- Inui
ws.5Qa.nd Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered.
Ctrtsge added on all orders for less than
one too; carrying in 25c. per ton extra.
t -n . .
a u., x mutts
Itoek Islaaa's Viaaaelad VmiUa aa
w y Mast. f Vraaaa rarter'a
Ketaraa Coatparleaaa with Hallae
. According to a bulletin Issued bv 8u
perintendent of Census Porter Tuesday
treating the debt, resources and annual
interest charges of 858 municipalities In
the United Stales only 118 have resources
In excess of indebtedness, those tn Ilii
nois enjoying each geod fortune being
Belvidere, Bloomington. Carlinville. Car
ml, Chicago, Decatur, Macomb, Peru
and Kock Island. If the amount of cash
in the treasury and other available re
sources are considered the best possible
sign of prosperity, the municipalities of
Illinois may be looked upoa as very
prosperous, the record shewing that for
ty-one cities have an aggregate of t24
584.867 available. The bulletin which
contains a tabulated exhibit of the flnsn
ces of municipalities In Illinois shows the
Rock Island Bonded debt in 1890
asau.ooo. which is the total debt as Rock
Island has no floating debt; total availa
ble resources f 369 923; annual interest
cnarge or IStfO 913.450.
Untl T . , . . . . -
uuiine Douaca aeot or ihuo, 7.
500; which is the total, Moline having no
fl osting debt: total available
1890, 137.769; annual interest charge
So it will be seen that while Rock Ial
and baa three timet the municipal debt of
Moline, ita resources are nearly ten times
greater andits per cent of interest charees
vastly less proportionately. It looks as
if Kock Island was a pretty good city to
tie te yet. notwithstanding that Mr. Por,
ter beat ua out of two thousand of our
population in his ceoBus returns.
Coat. Vat.t.wv Wow 1 Q
Robert Cooper and wife have moved to
Mrs. John Dan by is v'sititg her daugh
ters in Minnesota.
The appraisers of the estate of Thomas
o. unws met yesieraav.
The sale at Glenn McIIwaine was well
attended from here. It whs an c-xunsive
tale of goods and chattels.
The Primitive Methodist folks t ave re
organized a Sabbath school.
The democracy had a inllirlcaiii in An
Saturday night on account of the recent
victory on Nov. 4
There were scrvicrs in the Catholic
church on Tuesday, Father Grcives, of
Miss Helen Pryce closed her fall terra
in niuasen lownsbip. Henry county. Ian
ween sna is now enjoying a short vaca
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laverentz's little
bov is suffering front nnenmnnia Thai
are now and have been a number of cases
here which resenihle the La Grippe.
Mrs. Davis, of Iowa, sister of the late
T. J. Davis, and wife of Edward Eans,
wtio died in the army as a member of the
126ih 111. volunteers, in Coal Valley
company, was in town today with her
brother-in-law, Mr. Jones, of the same
One of our young men and one of
Cable's Udies were united in marriage in
Rock IiUnd on Monday by Magistrate
mvui. nir. uanibie Buckley and Miss
Marv Btrdslev were the rnnlrsetincr nor.
ties The happy couple have the best
: i . i
winues Hi me community.
On the mornlnp nf the 17th at iho run!.
deuce of O. B . Wright, of Rural. J. Vance
iooa uiea aner a lingering illness. The
deceased was born in Washington coun
ty. Pa.. In 1S32. was 53 years of age and
came to Illinois in 1853 Hn liveii in
Rural, many yesrs in Coal Valley, three
years in hock lamnu ana lor I lie past
eight or ten years in Milan. In his last
illness he has hppn with hia mnliav n.t
neice, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Wright. The
ueceaaeu was a brother to the late John
V. Cook, formerlv countv clerk nf thia
county. He was never married, was of a
gcucn us oaiure ana we i tnnugbl ol by
bis intimate friends. He will be buried
today in the Buelah cemetery.
Hillsdale. Nov. 19
Mrs .Ed. Ashdown is sick. Dr. Black
is the attendinc nhvnieian
Corn is pretty well picked out here. A
.no jii-iu auu guou qua iiy is reporiea.
W. D. CamD has returned from Rnrk
Island where he has been driving a street
Wro. Cain and Thns. Oniric
Chicago lodsy with two cr loads of
Jno. Butzer is shipping wood. He is
also .buyiog quite a large quantity of
Enterprise school wss begun last Mon
day with a fair attendant Miaa W.H
of Colons, is teacher.
mere was a very pleasant party at
uerre rearsail s last Wedneailav niol.t
About fifty were nresent.
muay evening there will be a social
nuu uiuc resineoce om. l J Hinhpw
A vtrv aereeable time ia antirinatwi
We learn that today at the residence of
CaSO WaKe. In t IW nennra tha inir.l.m
oi siiss nnna Kail to Mr. Wni. Nicbol
This mornlncr the fonr nrnhana nf Mr
and Mrs. Chas. Vaughn arrived from Cal
ifornia to reside with their
Ore. Their mother died several months
ago and the father was recently killed by
a mine explosion.
This evening Mr. Lon Wilhnr nnn nf
T".:...- ...i !
"im uubiubsb men. win wen Alios Hrtie
Ore, of Uds place. The wedding will
occur ai .r.rie. juay success and bapp
ness oe tneirs.
Wm. Mill, one of our nrominent farm
era, on the evenin? of election tnnk ii
wvuimu iui iuc iiniL Limn in nia iirA inn
extoled on the principles of republicans.
praising tne loyal yotera for the retention
in office of the Hon W. H ni. hut hi.
congratulatory remarks were a little pre
vious, n nen tie beard the result of the
election he went around the corner and
Kicked bimself several times, then made
a ShOOt for home With the declaration
that be would not return for two years.
tie nas not turned up yet.
18 Q H Hchrbeck. et al ml nn
Read, lots 3. 4 and ft. hlnek 1 1 lm. 1 o
8. 4 and 5, block 2; lota 1. S.and 12, block
4; R Wslkei's place South Moliae, $3.
890. Silas Drurv bv tnaater tn P.llon n Whh
et al. swj, 20, 16. 6w, 2 859.77.
Silas Drury by master to John M
Gould, et al; awl, 20. 16. 6n, $2,859.77.
J J Stickrod til Adam J Gnrham nwl
aej. 5. 16. 6n. 825.
WS Stickrod nwi.se, 6, 16. So. $23
Peter Meeraman tn John V.pili. n..t
of lot 4. block 1, Hilt's addition t'o Mo
Andrew Frieberg to Eva Toline. lot 2.
block E. Andrew Friebere'a additlrta tn.
E H Guver. et al. to W P Hall n.n nf
lota 5 and 7, 1, 18. 1c, nwj. $150
John Dunning to J H Ltddera. lot 8,
block 6, Biiley Davenport's third addi
tion to Rock Island, $150.
. If Tour Haass is ea lure
You put water on the burning timbers.
not on tne smoke. And if you bavo
catarrh you abo qld attack the disease ia
the blood, not in the nose. Remove tha
Impure cause, and the local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
aiao atrengtnena the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's garaaparilla
In thia little casket I have preserved all
these years the dearest remembrance of
my honeymoon. It ia the hotel bill. '
Who would throw away ' hard earned
money for every new cough ayrup adver
tised; when yon can procure that stan
dard remedy for cougha. Dr. Ball's Cough
Byrup. Price 25 cent a bottle. ,
Fleas In Turkish Bogs. '
A house in the neighborhood of Spring
Garden and Twentieth streets was opened
for the first time in six weeks and waa
found to be literally filled with fieaa.
About two months be true the family occu
pying the house in question received from
Turkey several rolls of ruga and drueseta.
As the members of the family were ex
pecting to start for Europe in a abort time
the rugs were allowed to remain in the hall
way without removing the outer packing,
and when the house waa visited by a lady
who had been asked to look Into it occa
sionally it was discovered that the rugs
were almost totally destroyed, and that
the fleas had spread all over the house and
were busily at work on the carpets and
ine upnoistering or the furniture.
In ail the house not a single article of
tnis character was left untouched, and the
result was the almost total destruction of
hundreds of dollars' worth of property.
Another house in the same neighborhood
has been visited by the enemy, but they
were met by a fusilaile fired from "(runs'
loaded wit b iK-reian powder, and thev beat
a hasty retreat. Last year the fleas were
flrst discovered in the neighborhood of
triranl avenue and Twentieth street, and
that section or the city was quickly cov
ered by an army as troublesome as one of
the seven plagues of Egypt. The invasion
lasted for about a month, and if jmposihle
that there will lie a repetition unb effica
cious preventive measures are taken at
once. Philadelphia Press.
How Not to Taka an Outlnr.
The trouble with most people is that
they spend too much time getting ready
for an outing. If a woman is goiDg away
On ImlillMV iMlirit kIiA lutvinD n,n,,r Amn.
before the time set for her departure to
inaae ready, t-ne overuauis her wardrobe,
and ten to one buys a new outfit. Then
site has a bis; trnuk drairuvd (Intra from
the attic, or Blie borrows an immense grip-
sacK, ana lies awaKe nights to think how
to nark tn tlift limit, nilvniituim civA 4A
cides upon three or four changes and a lot
oi useless traps. -ne carries her tinenes
and her toilet accessories in full. She puts
hi her portfolio and her sketch books, and
heaven only knows what else.
Then she fusses over her checks and her
tickets, and irrtrws old visihtv nm .k.ttI
straps aud bundles and lunch boxes. She
trri some iruii. in a paper Dag aim a pil
low in a strnr). SherArriii a J,niinw f u.
the latest magazine and a bottle each of
jieniiermini. ginger, camphor and the best
or drug store brandy! Somebody gives her
n oiiik-u oi nowers just nerore the train
starts, and she c.irriiw that. And last;y
she carries an tinihrellM. n miwutiiMp unH
extra wrap. Thus accoiitered aim atiu
forth on her journey to the delectable
country vritn a Heavier pai-lc than Chris
tian's sins lllnn Iut hnnl.li.ni V7 men
der the trip does her no good and she
..lilt-Sinn iv inoresiuuu-rea than her trunk.
jew orlc star.
A Fortune to lie Made In Hrt-ad.
Mr. Edward Atkinson said some time
since there was a fortune waiting any per
son who would sell good home made bread
over the counter nt live rents a loaf, and
any one who furnishes bread fit for starv
ing uerves and overworked digestions de
serves a fortune. ut I never saw so-called
health bread that was fit to eat more than
once from a public tiakerv.
It is heavy, slack baked, unsalted bread
OI aniictlou. That one hakerv was an am.
cessful in its first year that it could afford
to stmt down baking m summer and rest.
?.ow uostou sends bread to Maine for in
valids and tH-opte who want to escape in
validism. If the women who write me
about making jellies and f;ury cake for
sale would learn to make really good, whole
some bread without yeast or baking pow
der they would tiud it more profitable the
year round. But t hey haveu't mind enough
w io it : .-Money I Jure.
Mrs. Langtrjr'a Girlhood Days, '
Mrs. Lanutry at 13 waa as love! v a rirl
as one could wish to see hair like gold, a
complexion like a peach, and eves of the
true violet hue; but her chief beauty lay
in her mouth, which displayed when she
smiled exquisitely white and even teeth.
She was not in those days at all fond of
gayety, and loved to ride on a rough pony
with her brothers, attired in a cotton dress
ana a oroad nrimmed hat. She was full
of fun aud quite unconscious of her beau
ty; sh. stMike the.Iersi-v tiHtois-liai.t,,;n..K.
One Sunday a little boy was sent out of
Lii.imi jui. i; me service was begin
ning to shut a (tm.rvHtiir-win(lnii- !.;...
his father had left open. Just outside he
met Mrs. Lntigtry (then Miss Le Breton).
She went back with him to shut t he win
dow, and then they agreed to spend the
morning oiru nesting .New York Tele
Hold It to ihe liigbl.
The man who tells inn pnnfiHon
tially just what will cure your cold is
lrc9;rioiiiK n.emp s B&isatn una year. In
the nrcoaration of this remarbahlo mmi;-
cine for coughs and colds no expense is
spared tn combine only the best and
purest Ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and look
uirougu it; nonce Might clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Price
doc ana si.
IS NOT one of the old worn-out,
potash, mercury, sarsaparllla,
thousand doses for a shllitng med
icine. It Is a remedy which never
falls In Blood Diseases, and always
builds up the general healtn of the
Cured Herself and Her Child,
S. S S. has reliv. d me of a terrible scrofula
Iromwhi, h I had tiilu-red fur yean. Itarftcted.
my now hrst asciUrrti.tlicn carirsof tlie bone,
and continued to eat until it d-jstr.ived the
bone in the rt?" iide of the no-e. then Kent to
my throat and later on to my lunirs. and it looked
as U I was doomed S. .s. S lus cuied aw. and
has also cured my litt'i- daustht r ol tlia same
dlseaiK, alK.S. N4. lUTl HEV. Mackey. in
Treatise on Klood and fekin I ureases nailed
free, bwirr SPHc irir i;0 , Atlantn. Ga.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Bas Permanently Located ia
In the past six month he has iDCcetafnlly
of the most aerars character.
The names of a few who hva In rtannnnM
Tlolniiy. wbo have been anoceaaf ally treated are
given below :
mraiifain, Mrs Mary Watson, rheumatism;
Miaa Liszie Vance. Mr John Sneiker. eaiarrht
Miaa Anna Davin. Mr Wm Nankevf. -irni. u
J A Wisner, Mr F L Ms-onhamer. heaft duoaae:
. .B,ni.ii, jeara auuiuinpy pitas;
Mr Samuel Moeieaa. us- - .n.. .
MrlslabDnty ( 1 " ) ntles:
rs may wennt. i A Wright, Sarah Mun.on.
Prank Hares, Wm McGranalian. K H Thnmnu.
female disease. '
Tbese are a Terr few of tha man toallmnnUt.
the doctor baa, but they are ensntrh to show what
can be done by one wbo thoroaghly understand
the fsose and treatment nf disease.
lam at Manbood, 8eminal Weakneaa. and
rrors of Youth. uoaitWelv and unuunti.
cored. . .
LT r'oan I lively no case takea tliat m nnl h
nred. CorresuondeDre accomuaidad by ic la
stamps promly answered.
. CONSULTATION TKSS.
Office stcCnllongh' New Btoea.
W. Third Street, near Main,
' PAVEKPORT. IA.
i- "' DESIGNING . '
f J. M. GASPAIiD,
.Iilbrary BnUdint. Iaaport, Iowa, Call for
tlmatas sad work bafam g4iui te Oaieaco
TiiJS HOCK ISLAND
Is the most ancient and most general et an
diseases. Scarcely a family is entirely free
from It, while thousands everywhere are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's BsrsaparUla has
had remarkable success In coring every form
et scrofula. Tlie most severe and painful
. running sores, swellings In the neck or
goitre, hnmor in the eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to the powerful
ffects of this medicine. It thoroughly re
moves every trace of tmpnrlty from the
Wood and builds np the weakened system.
w n .T "I'" only I Sola by dMMrjrl.u. I; ,lx for S. Pnrpatwi ealf
syC.l.HOonCO.,Apotbearl.s.Lown.Maas. I byaLHOOD ACO..Apheertes.Ill.kU.
I0O Doses One Dollar I IOO Doses One Dollar
-a a .
Estate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
The nndersiirned having been ai pointed rxecn
or af tba hut will and testament of Thomas
81 es, late of the county of Rock Island, stale
ol Illinois, deceased, hereby gtres notice that he
w II appear before the coddij coortol Kock Island
eo anty, at the office of tlie clerk of said conn. In
th 1 city of Kock Island, at the December term, on
th i first Monday in December next, atwblrb time
al! person liartng claims against said estate are
no titled and requested lo attend, (or the purpose of
bavins the same adjusted. All persona Indented
to said estate are requested to make Immediate
pa rment to the nndersiirned.
;mud this 17th day of October, A. D . 18T0
P1BRCB KKANK. Kxecotor.
fj'o Whom it mat Concern.
Notice la hereby erven, that t the December
teim. A. D IMyO, of the countv court of Knek Isl
sn i county, state of lilioois. the nndersinm-d as
gnardisn of Msry Ann Lee. EHza I ee, (eor?e Lee
K bert T. Lee and Florence J . Lee. re-ldeo s of
ss d coun'y, and minor children of William Le
de wased. will apply to said court fur leave to sell
thn estate, title and interest of said minors in the
fo! lowing real estate situated In the county of Pe
oria, state nf Illinois, to-wit: '
The undivided one fuorthof the northwest quar
ter of section "ve, (5), township ten. flOJ, north
rai.(re six east of tlie fourth urinelpal meridian,
ei eptSS acre In the nortlieast rurner of said
qu uteraecifon. said application will be made for
tm purpose of otherwise investing the proceeds of
ill. sale of sid minors' interest In said lands.
Itock Island. Illin-l. NovemnerTth, 14
kUHKHTLEE Guardian at aforeaald.
yjniT OF ERROR.
STATK OF ILLINOIS,) Within and for tha
VVonhirn C.raiid Division
SCTBUB COURT. ) of Skill State.
l.rror to Appellste Court of Illinois In and for
th- Hecond lustrii-t.
Au uelte timer. Exe-nlrlx of the Estste nf Snmnel
t. Ouyer, deceased, Annette Unver. Kdward II.
I ner and Annette llnyer plainti" in ern.r.
vs. John H. Wilson. Holmes llake. Uentye M
l-.nakea.wmismT.Kms, Stephen A. Main.
hiander T. bentlev. Thomas 4. Kobinsnn.
t barlea U. Walker, The R.-k Island l'atr 'om
t my. Philemon L. M it. hell, Phil Miirhi-ll. Wil
liam U. Uvst. Elmoro Hurst and Cornelius
V 'hkhks, The sa'd Annette Guver execntrtx of
the esta'eof risinuel S.iiuver, deceased. Annette
tierer, Kdward K Juyeraad Anneltetiuver hate
smil out a writ of error from said supreme court to
reTiirse a juognieit ontaime ny said John II
Hi. son agaiuai said Anuttu Ou)er, eseentnt,
etc , Annette Uuyer. Kdward H. Uuyer and An
net e uuyer in a cerium oaa In wh-ch Holmes
B sites. Uivnre M. I. Hakes. Wlllisin T. ltli:",
ctejhen A. Miin, Alexander T. Hentley. Thomss
J. Ilobinsnn, Cbarles L. Wslkrr. Th Ko-k Island
Fai-er Compsry. fhilimon L. Mltrhell, Cornell. s
Lyi de, Phil Mitrbell. William ll.Uesland Elmore
W. Hurst are also parties in the said Appellate
Coi rt of Illinois tu and for the second district
whi ch said writ f error i now pending in asid
Sui reme Court; and whereas, a writ of H. ire
Fai las bas been nuly Issued herein, r. Innist.lr n
the first day of I he next term of said upn-me
Cos rt, to be boiden at Ottawa, in sa'd slate, un the
Fir Tuesday In March, next, areonling to Isw;
and. whereas, also, it appears by aaidsriton lik- in
the clerk's ofllce of sard Supreme Court triit n,.
sail Holmes Hakes, Ueorya M. D. Hakes. W illinni
T. I itfgs, Stephen A. Main, Aleisnder I. bent ley
are u.-reldutsot the state of Illinois, snd with
ont the reach of the process uf said supreme court.
ow, therefore, you, the said H..lm. s Hakes,
Oec ne M. D. Hakes, WiMsmT. Ritts. Sieplien A.
Mam. AlexsnderT. Bunt ley, the said d.-ftadsnis
in t rror, whose non-residem apiars as afore
satc are hereby notified to be and iH,..ir be'ore
the jusuies ol said bnpreins Court, at tue next
ten i of sulci court to be bMn at ottaxa, in ssi4
stats, en the FlratTuesdny in March nert. to henr
the record and proceedings hnml.t into said
Supreme court on return of said writ of errors and
tue -trrors assumed, if you shall see si, and further
In d and receive what said court shall order in tins
D tted October Sth, A. D., IS).
A. U. TATLOB, Clerk.
STATK OF IM.INOIA, I
Koca Islsxd Ooosmr, . i
In the Circuit Court tn Chsncery.
John Peels, administrator cum lestaniento aunexn
of the estate of Bailry navenpnrt,neceael, vs.
thi Kock Jaland and MllsnMreet Katlway Coni-
1soy, Charles H. $tndiiard. J. F. Kohinson,
CI more Hurst, Peter Fries and J. U. Massie
John peels, administrator cum trstamntn an
wxo of the estate of Hailev Davenport, de
cetsed, v. the Kock Island A Milan St n-et
Ktilway Company. Kzra Wilckrr. John W.
Stiwart, James M. Montg .luerv. K.lwin G
Frsaer. Levi Sharp Frederick Weverhaenser,
Frederick C. A. Issnkmann, William P. Hal
ligao, Kose Woodmsnsee, Thomas S. Silvis,
loui V. Eckbsrt and John K. Howuinc
Gsorg DewninK, Sr.. James Downine and
1 fcomas Downing, partners etc, as Downine
Kt tice ia hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree of the circuit court in and lor the county of
Kncl Island in Ibestataof Illinois, entered in the
above entitled cause on the Thirtieth f-Hithi day
f M ptemtter.A.D., 1W0, 1 sfaaU on Saturday, the
S.xUi lJ day of December. A. D., Istsi, at. the
hour of ten 101 o'clock la Ihe forenoon of said
day id the nonh door of the court house in tlie
city .if Kock Island in said comity of R(irk Island,
sell, (subject to the approval of and confirmation
by sdd circuit court, at public auction to the
bib'-at bidder or hidden upon the terms herein
after and iu said decree mentioned, ail the rail
way . if said defendant th Kock Island A Milan
Street Railway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of itock Island t.ironfh and
Jon; the street and avenues of said citv to a
Point at or near the southern limits nt eit
and t tie nee over lu right of way and In part over
uu s iodic certain roaos ana highways In tbe town
of bo nth Rock Island to and over the or .dues now
owned by the said city of Rock Island epannlna
iimween mo town or near and the
town of Milan, and theore over and alone certain
str ss and public grounds lo said town or city nf
. tu K-riuiiius inerein auu including: the
brant a extending from the tnwrn of Hear .r..,.
aid Ij the nigh point on the bluffs of K.s-k river
Known aa duck Hawk's watch Tower, together
with all aaid railway company's rlcht of wav. real
estau, leasea, road-bed. track, sule-tracka.
""sn iron, ties, engine and station bouses,
barns, motota. 10111112 stock, ears, horses mm.
chine ry, tools. Implements snd belonginirs and all
said rsilway company' property, appltsoce aud
appurtenances of every sort, kind and description
whatsoever now belonging to and owned by said
defen lant railway cotCpsiiy, including those now
lu the possession or control of Frederick Has,
hereti fore appointed receiver herein, and all inch
which may hereafter and Dtior to such sale be ac.
quire.! by him, (excepting nevertheless all money
belon ting in said street railway company now in
the bands of said receiver and all such aa may
rise I rom or grow out of the use of said isilway
property and franchises, or may come lo sa d ie
ceivei prior to his surrendering possession ofssid
ranws y ana property as ny said decree urnvided)
Kieett or with nil the risbla. iirivtieircs and fran
chises of said defendant railway company to
iiMiui.iiuauuuiteraiciiasain railway anil carry on
Helm, loess, ana to mslnuin and operate na said
railway over, along, across and through the a reels,
alleys ronde and public grounds of said city of
Hock Island, salii town of Milan and aalil inaanal.i,.
of Soi th Hock Island, and over and along tha
atu sriuaea afianniue rtoca river, ana all other
rlitbt privileges and franchise whatsoever be
limgis 1 to or connected with tne aaid railwsr mm.
pauy; als of said railway, premises, proper' y
riirbts snd nrlvUfHres baiinfr aituail . . 1.
ofKoc I Island firesaid aaid sale being suhject
aevert aeless to all Ileus tor taxes or assessments,
geners I or special, which may have accrued and re
main t lereon prior to such sale,
TEr. MS OF MALE. Ten thousand f?l0.UOn
dnlian In caea down at the time of said sale, and
the rax miiKier auon 1 be stmnval and nanflemsi ii.
of suet sale by said circuit conrt.-
uta at hock Island, Illinois, till 61b dayTof
Novsnber, A D.'lbWl.
FREDERICK It ARK,
Iteceiverand Special Master in C'baucery.
8TAVK OF ILLINOIS, I
Boc IsLasoo nan. I"
To the January Term A 4). J89L, ClrcuitCourt,
of SB a County, In Chancery.
Joseph McKeymiUls complainant, vs. Hugh Mc-
ncjawus, csrrst ncnsroiwl, OSN 1 WeIN,
Bren on r. Weiht, Mark Aahdown. Orlo W
Kicbi rdson, Eugene A Lancaster, John C. Car
roll, Abraham rtrauas. Hugo Goodman. Mmon
tondirf and Edwin Rose, defendants Fore
To th 9 aNive named defendants. Orlo n ek.
srdsonimd Eutene A. Lancaster. Notice Is here
by gin s that the a bov enlitl 4 cause is now
pendini' in said oonrt acainst von ami ih ... 1,
defendt otsabme named, that a snmmotis In chan
cery ha seen leaned therein against yoa directed
to Ihe a-riffof said county to execute, returnable
to the J tnuary Term. Jbtsl. of aaid court, to be
began id boiden at th court bouse In the city
of Hock Island In asid coanty on tee first Monday
of Jans irj, next, at which time snd place yoa will
Kock island, Illinois, November li, 1800.
am iKGB W. GAM BLR. Clerk of said Oonrt
J.Sia st.Ho-aaT, Complainant's boiictlora.
Prirtect Your Eyes.
IIARION OPTICAL CO.'B
- ImproTsd OrystaiUaed .
SpectSscles and Eve glasses.
14 sat is Maids latn. H. Y, Branch: Marion,
Hi. 1 w asu.iay T U. SbOBSS, SrursArt, Hack
AKGU8, THURSDAY. NOVEMHEK 120
"My little daughter's life was saved, as
we believe, try Ilood's Sarsapartlla, Before
he was sla months old she had T running
scrofula sores. One physician advised the
amputation of one of her fingers, te which
we refused resent. W hen we began giving
her Hood's SUrsaparilla, a marked Improve
ment was aotlerd and by a continued us of it
her recovery was complete. And she Is now,
being seven yesrs eld, strong and healthy.
B. a Jokes, Alna, Lincoln County, Me.
H. B. Be sure to get Hood's.
THE TKAVELEUS' UC1DE.
CUIOaG, KOCK ISLAND PAC'IrlO KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirtv-
TRAINS. tLa.vs. 'tAaatva.
Council bluffs at Minueso-1 ... i MJ1.
U Day Express. .."".l M M ml
Kansas Oily Day Exprese... B:M am in-M pm
Vtarhinirton Express.. ..... S:x8um lXtuSbm
Council Blnfl. i Mmne-I wffl!L I
ta Express f 1 0pta. 75 am
Conncil Bluffs Omshs J ' -f
Umlted Vestilmle iT. .'lt Aa m'
Kansas City Lltctted 110 U pm! H: am
Going West. t'lng east, spaily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C, B. V. RAl
was IA p.it First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M J. Vonrg, aaent.
TRAINS. I n.Va saaiva.
BL Luaie kt press s 46 am :4 am
rft. bouts Kipress I T :r pm 7 1 pra
St. Paul Express 5:4Spici T hSam
Hesrdsurwn Pasenrer 2 M pm; lOt&sam
Way Freli ht (Monmouth)... ''. ami 1:Nipm
Way Freight (Hterlint) It) s pml 10:10 am
Hteriinir Passenger Tiiim' S:4S pm
Dnbnoue 10:d amj (nipm
CI1H AOO. MILWAUKEE at ST. PAUL KAIL
way Kscine A Soutnwestem Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First snd Second
avenue. E. I. W. Holmes, aireet.
- TRAINS. Ltava. Anaivs.
Ssil inn tilprcs, Vttea Ou p
'St. Paul Expr-ss S:l&ii II mam
.... Aitcon mndati n Iirnvo 10 Mam
" seeon modsiK-a ta a -is pan
Rock island peokia railway-pk-pot
First svenae and Twentieth atreet. F.
II. Rockwell. Aifenl.
TRAINS. l.savs. A asm 1.
Fsat Mail Kxprvaa'.. ........ f:ISaa 7 -HI pra
Stsres t ui ltsopm
Cshie Accommodation S lOam S on pm
t OOpm , -dh am
MOST dirkct norm TO TUB
East acd South E?t.
S 44 pm
4 KT pm
4 lo pa
5 111 naa
S "1 r nm
H 11 am
b .VI am
a Ml am
I l pm
sr. .Orion . .lv
. . Wyoming..
. Priaceville .
4 tn pmi
4 : 7 urn,
11 IS an.
IA XT am
IU M m
i r. am
7 811 am
111 no am
7 M pm
S V. pan
l is pm
7 111 ans
T sr. past
I .do sin)
U Louis. Mi.
Passenger trains arrive and depart front 1 1...HI
Acrommodntinn train leaves Rock Island S'4.1
P - arrives at Peoria t JO a. ra . Leave Peoria
1 tip p. m. arrives at Kock Island 1 ne a. m.
11 on am
4 0 pm
5 OS pot
L. Rock Island .
6 SO am
" l am
5 4ti pm
I A com, d'l&Ac- Arcnm
n r am in tsi pm 1.41 pm
7.10 a 1 41 pin. 4 .1 pm
o im aw jasi pm : n..s pal
Chair ear on Ft Rxt.rrss between Rock Island
anil reoris in noin atreetlona
a. b. si iiiiow, . k. TarKnoirss.
Superintendent. Oen'l Tkt, AgenL
FAST M ML TRAIN with Bleetric Uehted end
"team heated Yesiibulrd tratrts between Chi
o, Milwaukee, St. Paulaad Minneapuli.
TOAS-OONTiyrNTAl. ROITI with Klec'rlt
'iKhtedand Steam heated Vrstihnled trains be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs, Umaba or
St. Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE net wee a Chicago
Sanaa City and St. Joseph, Mo.
5700 MILE OF ROAD reaching an principal
pointa in Illinois Wisconsin Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri. South Ihikou and North Dakota.
For mans Hm. bKLm . . a
, t r - . istve di pawin ana
7.'rruH-e?c-' P1''T Ihe nearest station afent
01 tn ttbiracn. Milwaakee k Bt. Paul Railway, or
Ia saw miIk j . . . . .
j - " u mmvMiK muj wnera in us woria.
ROHWBLL MILLER, A. V. B. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gen '1 Pass. at T. Agl.
Por Information In reference tn Land and
Tosrnsowned by by th Chicatm, Milwaukee
St. Paul Railway Company, write to H. G. Haa
gen. Land cximuiaaioner Milwankes. Wlscousia,
A. D. HUESING
Represents, among other Ime-tned snd well
known Fire ItuaranceCumpaniea ha following:
Royal Insurance Company, of Knftand.
Weachester Fire Ins. Company nj N . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German In Co., Kocbaater, . T.
ttltisens Ins. Oo of Piusonrfh, Fa.
Sun Fire office. Loudon.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ina. Co.. New lltven. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanic Ina. Co . Milwaukee, Wts
German Fire Ina. Co of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
KOCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
8ash, Doors, BliuJa SiiHng, Floor) nf.
and all kind of wood work for hsildara.
eighteenth 8t bet rhird and Fourth are.,
- kOt K ISLAND.
Paris Exvosilian 1SS!) , H
3 liHAM) PLUtSi t.mjt Ml UALS. b
VAKILU ante) QUALITY.
ASK FOB YELLOW WEAPPIK.
FOK SAI.B BVEKVWHEKK.
swnsiwi.w wuuxt, ww. "mt" gawt. W. T.
If 1 1 Fl Tl - V V Taoh It stadeat. a
Wf.klVa.1 1 W trans ami tbsa atarta
school, of 123, sszs. "'
ILL......d I la-UJeJraaviua, Via.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
Surcr-asur lo Adamsun Si Kuick,
Tvt: 'Vis, A
laTA -OT- Tl 1 Til
- --sAK J.V.WVvXa. AOiaUU, JLXXs
Shop Nintrith Sr. , Wt. First and Second Atvdii,
General J oMMiig and K-,airiL roiuptly done,
tftlrrond Hand Mu hi:iry boogliL, sold and rpiiird.
I. M. BUFORD.
fa 4 FVa sy TtTarnaa "mi ilis
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO PLACE LIKE HCME
At aotsssxs' ths ysar AS . rsallas irS ss-a f.iHv
JJ" A1""1' ,h sutoisn sn.1 as..,n. VI si sa
KawbssHrssrarrr. FWrr,m I'a!aB4aas1
srilllhs tVsrM a qnsliiy aisi ssrtsty awsqiialial hr any
. 'L """ h" ' ""-I rmr shh amaritT.
aad at dsstrsd aa aU a4l oa Ih. iMallnMt plsaT
Ansuiaaatassasst yn.aiist l-r m
KaJisj M aaj
-aa nrvurrrn a-
which 4W iu work in a thorooh mMBrr.
t thnrnnchl nrf t k . s,l
1 1 urrMlnnaana.lU U. .-1. BV mj . i
Prick 50 CKina fek Dottle.
THE MOLIHE SAVIKSS BAKX
(i-barted by thr LrrlslatBrrof Illinois.)
MOLINE, - Il.I.St.
Opn dally frrsa IA s.ts IP. .tulna Tar
taj aad aasarday Kvi nlna fmoi f tr
IuUtst allowed on Irvrinaiu at the rate
of 4 er Ceot. per Annum.
Deposit rweireil ia amount' of
4k SB a s .
SJSu m1.I. tMSssa . t .
- -- r ' ' ' - J i i as ' "".re, IS rpn
Si.! nono.iurs. Tlir nnVvr srs r.-JhlM
" " ,...w.a, wt"s iip BKsnr)-. Minor
ad aiaxrlad srasarn ajnavseiad by aswtal law.
OrpiCaB.:s. w. WacnuM-a, VrssiK'svit: roa
Ti.'J?'"''""' Vle O. F. Hs.aasrsr.
Taisjrs:f4. W. Wharlork, IWf Xktnnrv,
Htraai Darll.g, A. K WnrhL, i. a, K.-stor.
U. Hmrnsay. '. Vlutbnm. ' "
t I", ' ily charwrstl savlnirs Bank la Kock
To tfl tKa rwarwslaiss If W a r I a . sna. .....
IV.K8KT. It is.om "by Ladl wis",., elal"
fAtsaJ . SSssnal f C? . I ...
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
siniymtT, i:uis. ill.
To -)! otir roods hy Mmi.lc U vKlr4v)e mn4 r-
lall Ira. IA- si I - . ".
w, c t uiv lavrym wsviiistcinrrr in
oar lui. LtbrnU ularjr bttid. Pi-ruiftrHt pnmk-
r vr rwrm icrrmm
OTKHalAl. alth CO.. faicani. IU.
P AIX rKHrwirTinMu
Fsssaptl aad Boatly ssaeaud by taw Asa 17 Jo
rrraiKviiios aass la Tisi i.ii serk
tSI BTSEBV STOI'K. N
, rtstMsi rf.iuirad. Writ fua la rail A aj
- A Ssas 4k SS." - - - - i C
T. tk, ... , mumammm
i -r. " f " "l
" .". ii.sv alTrsri . rirfins
ss isar. mA lls sn hsj av I.. 4 iriw - l . rt,' .ria
rn tlaf an.ilv s tan. I.a- Ih- rsssl nj. r.iu.is
Issl Art Lnsralursst.4 M .- n.rti. lbs Unr
UnsiS-lnsrhiH k1i t Urn ar.J sinJan aadui
or assiirtsssnt .4
Tbe have got It.
It will nak jour horce hippy.
It will aot fas or smoke.
It bis large ah paa.
It baa heavy steel body.
It keep Are all nltfiL
IT II TUB
the grandest pmdiK'tloa of modern tiirn-s.
We ie vile jou to call and eiamit otir
immense line of Kiversiile Plove and Rsaea.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
Al GAS FITTER.
AXD DBAl.KB tit
aid Cast Iron and Lfttd Pip
I'arRiiig, sa?wr and Drain Tile.
Stam and Gas Fixture.
work at fair frire. Laliraalu furnisbrd.
and shop 519 lth St. TtlctsbfBt U-t.
Kock Island. 111.
HOMES Al LIVES
Br nlnr A T. VlsssM's. thr .'iossssv rrl
sknl Lit,'blBll.( bi4 d.al. rs rslrbrslc4
BBK-B hs ass pa raMt antly an nacsl. Any nk.
snsliysr bow cssaiplsraM t. sVsaa tn lb bos
arlratiac saanns-r. oanprtitka ta
pnrr snd qaalit aaAcst.
m A. F. SCnMIDT.
5a. Ml Tsmiirtk M Iiuj, a laiaast.
R. R. TICKET
(Mrsihrr Aavrrsraa Ticks! flint a is" As la)
Reduced Katri to all Points.
orril B la Adsssa Krrcrss Uor aaaVr
OI.B AUKKT sOB
sas of llrary r. W hitrtdra. dsrsassd
BsirfaiKBsrd. k a Tins' ra ainir.ssl si
rrains nt in last wilt and tratsmrni of lit an
kltrMlfa,lal taftbc coanty of KucA lalaasl.ssal
.. i. arrrssasa. swrrsts ctvva notlr ibal b
ill arsnrar brfnrs tbr CMstinHHsf Kara Isl
and cuauty. nt lbs ofllra of lbs cUrk ol said
court, la thr eitr of Mnrfe Island, al IbvJaaaary
isrss. oa tha Pirat Moaxtsy la Jaamary a. it. al
whM-b tlaac all sarrsons baviac cUisas ara assl
- mrw asiBf mnm isijussicsj Hi ai -
tnd f.sriac parnoar of bavmc lbs saas s4Ja
d. All persons Inds-Wrd to sa'd rstai arr r-
BStSi 4 mmmmm - . -. . . . . . .
UaiMlthla Ittbday of Vov-ssI-t. a. n s.
AnarCfvrar arpcrlracs hi toarhlaar lastrs-
aiasic. i win prosi.oBsnrsisss srnb
rT l- t lb. ass Bssucy of st. lar ta
L." ' ' ssptrsissisa. aTva sstrs )avmlw- pll.
Tiacbrra lll sav asissry bsavdav ibrir Masir
Baaaa W as. Otss-tblrd sat of SB ark. 4 prtrr oa
ssassr torrrryosss. Lm, avdra. aasaltsr
annor. al say masic ruosss. u snasMl sssaw.
trarssr bow ki twa.
Addrr sa al l H'Sy St.. TiawTiT. la.
Msu. ti. A. PA Us ASH
aasH i. . .
2I.,,"K''Ano RoorIfJ FKLTe-astsoni.
, r- -w-mrw rm. Maaas a no4 SMsT
'oryvas.SB4anynssraBpat Has. k. al staaaa
!c Klasvio KuoriM 0...
sad 41 Went Broadway. Kav Toas.
- Local Agsnts Wanted.
Tn Otv-at r si-ark Rmnt fuy ypivaioM
Sad Misslkli lrrrri.lartus.
ladk LsLr Hoc'. Prriodsral Ml, of Parks.
FrasMvi rsvatanUsd sa an-oaipltab all tksu M
rlaiBisdfor iban. Tobs-BssslBsisiihlytortrwabUa
pscaiiar ts srosna. rail dlnctnaa vltb sskh
boa. As' prt box sr tars loirs for i. Sbsbtiisb
Pill Co., invajty pToprtatma. bpssxar. I"wa. Ta
main pill as bibs W utm kastart. tUasatraaa,
hacb lalaad. ispy A laavraport, aad sd aU
(tolVtelBUT- hkV aWavf
l. a a S-sas h-ai L - I Saa.
i-l.. Bal w. lau L nw as a.
It .IMassss. Sss (. snmbs tm aasr aala.
" .Vl'-sas VSs u-nm kui is rs. awia.
ast saaalafas ass ass aaussi m inW a4 ai im9
S nam asaa mmtmt kaf . Sm wsl sf Ssai li sna Ssr
s .aanailairai lili Is saaiw It slssssa. k4S0
aV aassB Tk
7mJH12? A!i,Tr ss j a s-j I. f s..
!' U-.ftftii siil aa tstnatasi
swini..s awni. bss w . ots.w
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets,
WCall and e otir line.
. 1 .
No. 10:1, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
' TeW-fBcrs ..
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WELL kN"VX
Has Jtis rnaranl from IUir.pe an-l ould lr pW-ued u - In ri 1
kt i'-s of l-gaiax- ia
FTAK BLfaTK, OffuMTK HaBPER IluC-E.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
F. C. HOPPE,
Sggg THE TAILOR
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J. W. SCDBEINKIa,
Contractor and IJuilcior-
nIMadrttla.fHks.wdHM.tMfk AaasnSaf xa-s- Pal-aa
TaOCX ISLAND. ILL
House and Sign Painter.
rirat-clsaaOraislaaT aad Pajaar Uan;
p. o n..irs.
Offlcd aad Rkop rirarr rVTTDinai m
vw eereaui Aven,..
9-lU tlad. X Aroaoc -- a .evr.
. JOHN SPILGER.
ft""" b taw. kr sssUvrt
Contractor and Builder,
8hop TLirJ aT.nn-, ltwea loih and llih airv-.!.
aTAn kiarls of CaridNttec arrt aad rvra rir, .,.. rsalavfira piarsilrs-J.
J" . IsL. CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AaTVrACTVIKE or CEACXXU AI9 BICCVITt.
Ask jour Orocer lotxhtm. TWj trap.
lclahsss ; Taa ParVt0TITIl- aasl AW CarkT Wajxa.
ROCK ISLAM). ILL-
No. m Tw.au... Buvt. rtutCo. Sca'.
BOOTS AIMD SHOES,
DAVIS & CO,'
Steam Fitters. .
A siaas ti ssas-a
rip., BraM Ooola, rfVitt.
now, Yin Brick, Ktr
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