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ROCK: IOLAMO AIIGU8, FlttDAY, NOYElUBEtt 21. IhilO.
FARM AND GARDEN.
L'SEFYA. LESSONS I ROM EVERYDAY
' LIFE ON THE FARM.
Infraction tar Making Good Harrow
at a Cost Not Exeeeolne One Duller.
A Labor Savlug- Devlee for Haallns;
The harrow depicted in llw cut is de
signed to be used nfter other harrows to
rinko the ground fine nud smooth.
Take st-ven pieces of board 4 fst long,
5 indies vide and 1 iuth tliick: fasten
them stronply toother with nnils; then
bore holes three inches uimrt in the cross
Iies for the large 8 inc h nails, so that
tliey wiil Ko through unugly and stay,
with the heads oue inch above tho
boards. Then they can lie driven down
if desired at any time. Put a chain or
any fastening at one corner, as the har-
A IIOMR MADE HARROW,
row should be drawn conierwiso. Two
can ls hinged, together if desired. The
expense will 1 from vveiity-6ve cents
: to ft if the implement lie made at home.
There will bo Gfteen large nails in each
ernes piece, sixty in all.
Drawing brush from an orchard is a
perplexing job. The illustration here
given shows an implement described in
Kural New Yorker, from which the
foregoing is also' a reprint
In this drawing 1 I I represents the
frame and 2 S 2 the stakes. Do not fasten
the stakes in the holes or pile the brash
so high that the stakes cannot be pulled
out wheu you want to unload. In doing
DEVICK FOR IIAt'tJNO BRUSH.
this drive tho frame out from nnder the
brash, replace the stakes and yon are
ready to load it again. The load being
so low a large one can be drawn with
out interfering with limbs of the freest
The expense of such an nrrangeinont is
Ag-rteulturul t.ljH-rlmt-ii t Station.
By act of congress fl.riOO per nnuum is
provided for each state and territory for
the purpose of maintaining a state agri
cnltnml experiment station. Under this
stimulus stations are now in operation in
all the stages, except Montana and Wash
ington, and in tho territories of Arizona,
New Mexico and I'talu In ear-h of the
states of Connecticut. Mas.s-tchnsef.ts,
New Jersey and New York a separate
station la maintained entirely or in part
by state funds, and in Louisiana a sta
tion for sugar experiments is maintained
mainly by funds contributed by sugar
planters. In several states branch or
irab-stutious have len established. A."
stated in the published statistics of th
stations they employ alxjtit four hun
dred specialists und others in tho work
of investigation. During the year 1889
lues stations published forty-five annual
reports and 2o7 bulletins. These are
sent free of charge to citizens of the
state where issued and often to appli
cants rrom other states.
Experiment In Wheat Culture.
The results gained at the Illinois sta
tion in experiments appear to prove
oeyona question -that at tho earlier
stages of seed formation a considerable
transfer of material from the Btraw to
the kernel may occur after cutting if
the wheat is placed in conditions similar
to the shocking and cappi'ie of bound
sheaves. Whether or not, ut the Liter
Btages of seed growth, there is an in
crease of weight in the kernols after the
plant is cnt is not proved by these ex
periments. 8o far as getting the innxi
mum yield of wheat is concerned, the re
sults indicate that it is better to allow
the wheat to get nearly if not entirely
ripe, ana that, ir it be necessary to cut
at a much greener stage, shocking and
capping wouia probably bo beneficial.
Milk for Fowl.
Since milk is the only article of food
known to contain within itself all the
elements necessary to the perfection of
growth and vigor in an animal, it is not
straugo that it should le found to be one
of the very best egg producing materials
that can be supplied to poultry. Given
two flocks of fowls, and treatment, loca-
tion and original stock being equal in all
respects save one, says The Poultry
World, and it will le found that those
having skimmed milk na a portion of
inetr daily rood or drink will give more
eggs weekly and for a longer term of
weeks than those whose treatment is ex
actly the same with this single exception.
. Fertiliser Tor Wheat.
The best fertilizers for wheat are potash
and bone flour, applied when the wheat
is sown and nitrogen in some form in the
spring. The bone contains somo slowly
olnble nitrogen und phosphoric acid
which will insure a suflicient fall growth.
Nitrogen in any solnblo form, if applied
In the fall, would 1 of no service in the
spring, save Rural New Yorker.
s S100 Seward $100.
The readers of the Ahoos will be pleased
to learn that there is at lean one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
,.'"'U ,u,s' nl hat Is catarrh.
Hall 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
Cstarrb Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
fsces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and assisting uature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
tilth In Its curative powers, that thev
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that It fails to cure. Bend for list of tes
F. J. Chkknbt & Co. . Toledo. O.
; Bold by druggists, 75c.
. JuUePunuof the gooa u?aga of
'ha world we anticipate ioomuch; we
eat out the heart and sweetness of world
lyphmsures by delightful forethought of
them. The result, obtained from the use
it Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
11 claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
ttomach, liver, kidney and bladder
17 'J ta ltect appetizer,
blood I purlfler. a sure cure for -gT and
a,"'- oOnts, of
i tioal Market.
i. . ,on for b"t -nthracile coal
f.,fll i i" Hel C0,?' 96 P" lon delivered,
cartsge added on all orders for lets than
one.ton; curving In 25c per lon extra,
i Q. FlUZKK.
MOLINE STILL HOSTILE.
DeteranlaeS te rift-kt the Beet Veasi.
Ie Meet far the ReaBrpta Canal
-rarely Bell.li Mattra.
Yesterday's Chicago Trlbunt contained
the following Washington special tele
gram: Tbe war department is not inclined to
take snap judgment in regard to the Ben
nepin canal. Tbia fact has been made
plain to tbe Molina people who came to
Washington to talk with Assistant Secre
tary Grout about it. They were given
full opportunity to show wherein Moline
could ask that the engineers' recommen
dation be set aside and the work started
somewhere else than on the dam at
Milan. Their idea seemed to be that
Penny's slough, midway between Henne
pin and Rock Island, was the proper
place. Gen. Grout knows all about tbe
country lying around Rock Island, as be
hss been there often. Ilia views coin
cided with the suegittions of Capt. Mar
shall. Tbe Moline people, however,
backed up their petition with maps and
drawings to show wherein Capt. Marshall
was wrong. Actual work could not well
begin until next spring, and Gen. Grout
assured them that if ia tbe meantime tbe
engineer corps found that the dam at
Milan would not be the best thing to begin
on that plan would not be adhered to
closely. Mr. Josiah Grout, one of the
Moline representatives who came here, is
a brother of Representative Grout, of
Upon this the Moline Republican thus
The position taken by the Republican
and tbe great majority of Moline's repre
sentative business men and manufactur
ers that the advocates of Milan as the
route of tbe canal were actuated by sel
fhh motives that in fact the whole was
a gigantic job manipulated for private
gain by a tew rich men In Rock Island
ana Davenport, ia about to receive the
attention of the war department in spite
of tbe frantic resistance of the aforesaid
AH of which goes to show that the
real friends of the canal should not fail
to be alert to tbe hostile disposition tbat
is being manifested in Moline towards
this great waterway project. To the real
friends of tbe measure the question of
route wss in tbe first place of secondary
consideration. Thev wero for the canal
first and foremost, though regaiding of
course, as mo.-t of them did, the Rock
river route as the most practicable. It
was so regarded by the surveyors who
went over both routes, and it was based
upon their recommendations that tbe
Rock river route was decided upon as
the best. No snap judgment has been
taken witb regard to the canal. It has
been too long considered, and is too well
understood for that. The only oppor
tunity for private gain would be offered
In the Watertown route, and the reason
for the present opposition to the route
agreed upon is found in tbe fact that only
opportunity f.r private gain is denied.
That is tbe whole secret of Molict'a
19 Caroline Mcll vain to James Gill
railh. net, 10. 16. Iw, f6.()Ml.
E P llrirkson to E A PoBt.lots 7 and
3b. town or Milan.
William Wentrolh to Henry Dreyer,
lots 1. 2. 3, 4. 6. 7, 8, block 12. town of
Hampton, f 150.
Lottie E Stevens to H L Blackmao, lot
2. block 3, Hill's addition to Moline, 2.-
20 Estate of Henry Mumm Report
ol ssie or real estate filed and approved.
Guardianship of tbe minor teir of
William Lee Guardian s inventors filed
ivrtate or William I'lelscb Widow s
selection, etc, filed and approved, and
property selected ordered turned over to
Advertlaetf Lint Sm. 40
Lift or letters anrallcd for at the foatoffice at
Kock iln.i. Hoc. Uland coeotv. lliluols.
Nov. i. lfDU:
Anl-mo a u lilt Kline Harry E R man
Brown Mia Ellen It Levy II
Ellese James Llpbanlt Bile
Vlanatra .lobule Loeaby Wm
rare of Tinon Beele Marx Ml' Mary
Frle John eare of II McCoy Prof. Hurry
Lnilwlg bakery Parker Kra W F
Hatfield Mia Blruy Scaholm Annie
Johnston M la May Sergeant Kred E
KaleerMla Kate Uhi at Schott Bro
KenadylH Toll Mia H
Kennedy I U Tracy Mr Minnie
THIRD CI.At BlA-TTIIt.
Mccarty Jamea A sear
UOWARU WKLLS, P. M.
A Total Failure.
Totliii-,' Hello, Dimling! Where havo
'So: uuttiug." Puck.
Will Pooh! Rats never tronble any.
body unless they are hunsry.
Bill-Then I ii ni thankful tin1 ure no
ratM ulnmt when I am hungry. Yankee
niH-rt (who sees the old gentleinta's
shadow) Of course I disobeyed niy
father in komi? fishing, but when he
iiimV nut that I have takeu a nice string
to Mr. Cuttley, who holds our farm
mortne. i think hell not chido nt:.
If Tour House is aa rtrs
Ton put water on tbe burning timbers.
not on tbe smoke. And if you have
catarrh you she old attack the disease la
the blood, not in tbe nose. Remove tho
impure cause, and tbe local effect sab
sides. To do this, take Hood's Saraapa-
rills, the groat blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also atreci'thena the nerves. Bi sure to
got only Hoods Saraaparilla.
McCorkle (looking at tbe individual
leaning against tbe 1 imp-post ): Tbat man
has a queer name Trianele. MoCrackle:
It is appropriate thoujfh. He ia a rye
tangled Trianitle. r
Hold It to tae Ligtac
Tbe man who tells you confiden
tially just what will cure your cold ia
prescribing Kemp's Balsam this year. In
the preparation of this remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense ia
spared to combine , only tbe best and.
purest ingredient. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and look
throngh it; notice bright clear look;
then compare with other remedies. Price
60c and 1.
The Object System. Aunty: Do thev
teach by the object system at your school t
Little Boy: Tea m. They is alwaya ob
jecting to something or other.
A reason for tbe faith that ia in htm.
a responsible citizen of the Math writes:
From observation covering a great num-
bey or eases 1 nnhealtatinaly pronounce
Salvation Oil to oe tbe most wonderful
remedy for burns I have aver tried.
i Any uiau, iiw uawi uuw uuy van get
I into the hibilof work, by Pennine a
The tsalt Acalaat Capt. O'Ceaaar.
The Fulton . Journal, after copjinK
from the Abgcs the mention of the fict
it Wm. McEairy had dismissed the
110,000 damage suit of McMahon vs.
Capt. O'Connor at plaintiff's costs, says;
It appears bv the arove that the Sto .
000 damage suit brought against Capt.
1 Connor by Francia McMahon has been
abandoned. There is where the Rock
Island Argus is mistaken. Tbe case
as dismissed at Clinton bv the Dlaintifl
who paid the costs, but bis auornevs
have brought proceedings asainst Capt.
O'Connor for S10 000 riamacra in Ihe
courts at Morrison. Illinois, and oaoers
were served on Capt. O Connor on tbel
eveniDtr of November 4 on board tbe Le
isire Belle while laying up for the night
Stony Point bv DeDulv Sheriff J. M.
Fav. of thla ritv. tn inivif Ytftnr thm
circuit court at Morrison during the Feb
ruary session. .
The Journal then enters into an abuse
of Capt. O'Connor in unmeasured terms.
and says qnite a number of little spiteful
things about him. - The Journal ia evi
dently as biased ia Us ideas of this case
as it is in matters pertaining to the order
of Modern Woodmen.
Adana Will Hate ror anS.OOO Mere.
Adam Alday informs us that it is his
intention to sua the city of Moline for
$2,000 damages, claiming that the recent
action of the city council in demanding
certain Und from him for tbe continues
tion of Third street and the subsequent
decision of the county court granting the
city tbe right to open the street has de
creased the value of bis property adjoin
ing to the extent claimed la tbe threat
ened damsge suit. He further claims
that he had received an offer from cer
tain persons for the purchase of tbe en
tire property on which they proposed to
erect a hospital, but tbat owing to the
city council's action and the decision of
tbe court he is now unalle to sell t'ie
lind. Also that had tbe sale been cor
sommakfd be would have receive d (4. 0(H)
for tbe property. And in view of ihe
fact that he was aoxi -us to dispose, of hi
land here and was thus thwarted, he ile
c'ares tbat the amount of damages is very
light- Moline Republican.
i'KERE IS ONLY
And i-iiore ia nothing: like it.
uo not be imposed on with
substitutes, imitations, etc.
because the dealer makes a
few cents more on a bottle
Lead Poison Cured.
I am a painter by trade. Three years aio I
had a bad case of Lead Poison, caiiMtl b using
paint. 1 was cured in a short tinte ly . S. S
The medicine drove the poison out llirmih tlio
pores of the skin. Sty 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. 1 was cured en
tirely by S. S. S., and have had no return since.
C. Park Leak, Waynesville, Ohio.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree Swift Specific Cc Atlan jat '
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located iB
In the pant six month! he ha sacce't folly
of the moat acvere character.
The namee of a few who ltvo In Davenport ani
vicinity, who have been snoceKfully treated are
Mr A L Pain, Mra Mary Watson, rhenmatltnn
MiasLizr.ie Vance. Mr John Snelker.' caiarrh
Mia Anna Daviit. Mr Wm Mankef, scrofula; Mrs
J a Wianer, Mr P L Ma onhamer. heatl tusvane;
Mrs F W Marshall, (11 years standing) pHes;
Mr Ssmnel Heites, (W " ) title;
Mr li-lah Dorv It " titl.
Mrs May Wenrit. J A Wright, Sarah Sanson,
Prank Hayes, Wm MctinuiaUan, N K lbompson,
These are a very few of the many tel monlals
the doctor has, but they are enn?h to stiw wbat
can be done by one woo thomairhly nndurstauds
the eanse and treatment of diaeane.
(3rLoiw of Manhood, Seminal Weaka.-ea, and
Errors of Youth, positively and perbanenuj
CBypoesltlvely bo case taken that cannot be
eared. Correspondenre accompanied lj 4c Id
stamps prompuy answured. I
CONSULTA HON FREE. !
Office McCullough'i New Block. f
W. Third Street, near Main,
STATB OP ILLINOIS, I -?
KOOK lSLAHII C'tTNTT. i"
To the Jannary Term A i. 1891, ClicnhCourt,
of aitid Conntv. In Ohancerv.
Joseph Mctteynolds coinplainant, vs. Ilu(rh Mc-
n;iioius. vbitib jtcneynuHia, noses 1) WelM,
Brenton K. Wela. Mark Ashdown. (Ufa W
Kicearrisnn. Eugene A. Lancaster, John j. Car-
Jntuw rintusn, nucro uoofiman, Mmon
ioouori ana itawin uose, Uefenrtauts Fore-
To the afore named defendants. Orlo VT.-K'ch
ardson and Gntene A. Lancaster. Notice 1 here
by clven that the above entltl -d canse I- now
Pennine in said court atraiost you and the" other
ueienoanis aoov nameu, mat a summons in-chao-cery
hss been Issned therein against yon di-eclnd
to llw sheriff of said county toezecnte, returnable
to Uie January Term, lssttl, of said court, to be
began and holden at tbe court bonse in tliA city
of Kock Island In said ronnty on the first Mandav
of January, next, at which time and place roi will
Mock Island, Illinois, November M liW. '
egOKUK W. UAMBLK. Clerk of saW Utmt.
JiCKBOM A ntrasT, Complainant's Ko.iclio-s.
To sell the popular M. K. &DJU8TA8I.K PMRM
CORSET. It la worn by ladies wishing cos foit
and a good form. For particulars address J
ELGIN CORSET CO.,;
Rivxa Sthjet, KLQIW, ILL.
To sell onr goods hi sample to wbnlosale and .re
tail trade. We are the largest manufacturers In
our line. Liberal salary paid. Permanent pasi
tion. Money advanced for wages, advertising,
etc For rerms address
CKTTltHNLa.i. HF0. CO.. Chicago, V.l
Protect Your Eye$.
MARION OPTICAL CO.'S
Improved Crystallised .
Spectacles and Eye Glassed
14 and is Maiden Lane, M. . Branch : Marlou,
Ind. For sale by T 11. Thomas, Druggist. Kock
Island. I1L sep. H-dnm
pHOTO-EN QUA VINO, .
J. M. GASPABD,
Library Building. Davenport, Tows, Call to
Umatcs and aee work betora. going to Chicago
JOB PRINTING :
f ALL DESCRIPTIONS- -
PtoanpUy and neatly execnled by the Aaaua Jo'
apaetahUteaUoe paVI e Onasaaeiclat ork
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4 a aaaaTaaa M W BBkvs HQ NTIOH tf Ms fl
rare.r.ftleortvrilr I. r -loe,, 1
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PURE- -SOLUBLE CHEAP
Rich. Digestible. Stimulating. Nourishing.
Having a peculiarly delicious flavor a food and drink
combined at a half cent a cup
BEST & GOES
was. VA.lt unim?w nuvn .u .
patented ass hasit la Hallmaa. It
and anslvstA it.. k. . - . . . .
- 3 --...i maiarsi va notrrca suooot has aaeora-oos, tae
aotablllly ,.f the aeak-rWaalac caa-Hllawasa la hcrawl aftg ar mtt.,
while tha whol. of tbs SbrM ara sftead an I nadsrsd asora palatable an.1 digestibla.
"Lsirast sale la tha worbL A -k t V . w . . .
pr. 30 r.lillion Pounds
MCA.H. A.O katk
It 8 the
Pans KYnnsiiirm 1ZKQ L caaaio pixrs.
, 8 COLO ,aEOAL8.
Ask for YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.-
BRANCH HOUSE. UNION
. Estate of Thomas Shea. Deceased.
The nnderslkfned havlne been ai nointed exeen-
er ef the last will and testament of Thomas
r art, late of tbe county of Kock Island, sui'e
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
ill appear before tbe county court olRock Island
Ctunty, at the office of the clerk of said court, in
tl ie city of Kock Island, at the December term, on
ti c first Monday in December next, atsrMcn time
a i penons Having claims againut saia estate are
a Hilled and requested to attend, for Ihe pnrpose of
h ivlng the fame adjusted. All persons Indebted
tt said estate are requested to make tajmeOlate
p ivmeut to tbe undersigned.
DuKd this 17th day of October. A. D , 18 .
PICKC KEANB, Executor.
Whom it mat Concern.
Votice Is hereby grren. that at the TleeemhiT
te -m, A. D WO. ut the conmy court of Hork Isl
et d coonty. state of Illinois, the undi rsini .1. as
gtsrdianofMsrynn Lee. E liza I ee, ieorge Lee
Ut'bertT. Lee and Flonnre J. Lee, residen s of
a dcoun y, and minor children of William Le.
drceased, will apnly to said ennrt for leave to rell
th i estate, title and interest of said minors in the
fn lowing real estate sitnsted in the count v of l'o-
or a. statu of Illinois, to-wit:
'iTie undivided one-founhof the northwest quar
ter of secilon five, 5, township ten. (10), tiorlh
rat ige six ii east of the fourth principal meridian.
ex-ept. acres in the northeast comer of said
qu uter arciion. asid applktion will be made tor
lit purpose of otberwise Investing tbe proceeds of
tbi sale of said minors' intereH In said lands.
Hock Island, Illiniis. Nnvrraher7th, 18MO.
KobKKI LKE Guardian as aforesaid.
RIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
vNorthtrn firaud Division
Scpbsys Court. ) or said State.
I rror to Appellate Conn of Ilhnola in and for
Ihe Second District.
Annette Guvcr. Kxefitrix of the Rststeof Samnel
si. (luyer. deceaseil, Annette t;u)er. sMwsrd It.
Utwer and AnneUe tiuyer. plsintifls In error,
v. John H. Wilson, Holmes llnke, tijri?e M.
I) Hakes. William T. Klaus. Stephen A. Mai' ,
Alexander T. Brntley, Thomas J. Robinson.
mrl.-s I.. Walker. The Rock Uland Paper fotn
pny, Philemon L. Mitchell. Phil MitchrP, Vi il-it-.m
II. Gest, Klnuire Uural and Cornelius
W dimtAS. Tbe said Annette Onyer eTecotriit of
the estate of Ssmuel Si. Onyer. dect-aned. Annette
Uii er, Edward 11. 4uyersnd Annette ti nyer have
sued out a writ of error from aalu supreme court to
rev, rse a jndgmer-t obtaim-d by said John H.
Wil n agalnt said Annette (Ju)rr, execntrix,
etc . Annette Uuyer. Kdward B. sJuyer and An-netK-
tioyer In a rertHin cast In wh'ch Holmes
Hakt-s, Uconre SI. I). Hakes. William T. Rlgiis.
Me hen A. alnin. Alexander T. Hentley. Tr.otu
J. ll iiiiasoo, Charleii U Walker. The K'k Island
Pap'r Conipat v, Philemon L. Mitrhell, Contenus
Lyn Ie, Puil Mitchell. William H.Oestand Kltnorv
W. Uural are also parties in the said Appellate
Cou t of Illinois in and for tlie second uistrk-t
wbl. h said writ of rrror is now pending la said
Suptenie Court; and whereas, a writ of Hrlre
Facias har been duly issued herein, n-tumahleon
the lirst day of the next tt-rui of said supreme
(Wiait, to be holden at Ottawa, in raid state, oo the
Firs'. Tnestlay ia March, next, according to law;
and, whereas, also, it appears by aOtdavilon flle fn
the i lcrk'a olhce of sad Hupreuw Court thst he
said Holmes Hakes, Geonrssl. D. Hakes, H tllisin
T. R; trgs, Stephen A. Main, Alexanner T. KenHey
are n m-residenta of the state of Illinois, and with
out tlie reach of tbe process of aid Supreme court.
Nr w, therefore, you. the said Uolmea Hakes.
Oeorie M. D. Hakes, WiNamT. Kings. Stephen A.
Main, AlexanderT. Belitley. the said tfefi-ndants
in error, whoo non-residence appears aa afore
said, are hereby noiiiled to be and appear be'ore
the I oli.es 01 ssid Supreme Court, at the next
tenn if said court to be holden at tmas-a. in said
state on the First Tuesday In Man-b next, tohesr
the lecord and proceedings brought Into asld
Supn me Conn ou return of said writ of errors and
the ei rors assigned, it yon shall see fit, anil further
to do ma receive wbat said coun rball order in this
Dat .-d October Hh, A. D.. ISW.
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, r
hoi a Ulamd Coumtt. (M-
In the Circnit Court in Cbsncery.
John IVell, admintaiRttorcum leslamvnlo annexo
of tl e estate of Bailey tiaweiiuort,)ireased, vs.
the i lock Island and Milan -treet Railway C m
van), Charles II. Stoddard, J. F. Knhinaon,
Kim-ire Hurst, Peter Fries and J. tt. Maeeie.
tirig nal bill.
John Peeta. administrator enm testamnto an
nexo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceased, vs. tbe Kock Island A Milan Street
Raihray Company. Kzra Wilcher,. John W.
Stew Alt, James AC. M-ntgtmery, lldwin U.
Frax ir, Levi sharp. Fredeilck Wevcrhaenser,
Fredurirk C. A. Denkmauo, William P. llal
ligan, Kues Woodmanseav Thomas S. Silvis,
I uni V . Eckhart and John . Downing.
Georn Downing, Sr.. James Downing and
IhoDias Downing, partners etc., aa Downing
NotH e Is hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree of the circuit coun in and for the county of
Hoek It land In the stale of Illinois, entered In the
above t ntitled causes on the Thirtieth suth dav
of Sept m her , A D , 1SW, I shall on Sat n rday, tbe
Sixth in day of December. A. D., last), at tbe
hoar o. urn 101 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day at t He north door of the coun house In the
city of lock Island In said conutyof Rock Islam!,
sell, (si bject to the approval of and eonuniiatlnu
by said circuit, court. J at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after at d in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of . aid defendant the Rock Island Jc Milan
Street I ailway Company, said railway extending
from th. comer or Seventeenth street and First
avenue in said city of Rock Island torongh and
along tlie streets and avennes of said citv to a
point at or near tbe southern limits of said city,
and thence over ita rigntof way and in part over
and akit a certain roads and highways In the town
of Sontb Rock Island to and over the or dges now
owned by the said city of Rock Island spanning
Rock rl' er between the town of bears an-1 tbe
town of dilan. and theure over and along certain
streets ind public grounds iu said town or city of
Milan to its terminus tlierein and including the
branch e xtend ing from the town of sears afore
said to tt e high point on the bluffs of Rock liver
known a Black ilavt'a Watch Tower, together
with all i-aid railway company's right of way, real
estate, leasee, road-bed. track, aide-tracks,
switches iron, ties, engine and station bouses,
barns, n oUirs, rolling stock, cars, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and bekmgims and all
said rails ay company's property, appliances and
appurten tncesof every sort, kind and description
whatsoever now belondiig to and owned by raid
defendan 1 railway conTDaur. includinv those now
in the po. sessiou or control of Frederick Ilass,J
neremior1 apt.o:nea receiver nerein. auo all auch
which may hereafter and prior to snch sale be ac
quired bjr blra, t excepting nevertheless ail moneys
helnntlnj to said street railway company now in
the handr of aaid receiver and all such as may
arise f roa or grow out of the nee of said tatlway
property i nd franchises, or may come to ss d ic
ceiverpri ir to his surrendering possesaioe of said
railway si d property as by said decree Drorldcd;
together ilh all tbe rights, privileges and fran
chises of said defendant railway company to
maintain t ml operate its said railway and carry on
lis basinet s, and to maintain and operate Ita said
railway ov t, along, across and through the reels,
allejs, roc ds and poliilr grounds of aaid city of
Rock lalati l. said town of Milan and aaid township
of Sooth Hock Island, and over and along the
aaid bride -a simuning hock river, and all other
rights, privileges and franchisee whatsoever be
hinging to. a-connected with tue said railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, proieriy.
rights and eirilegee being situated in the counts
of Rous Isl uid af. reeaid said aale being aubject
nevenhele-w to all liens tor taxeaoraaseasmeiits,
general or peeiatesvbi h may have accrued and re
main tlx re m prior to such sale.
TEKMS OF SALE. Ten thoosand MO.OOO
dollars In e q down at the lime of said aale. aud
the remain! er upon the approval and conflrmaiion
of snch sale by said circnit court.
Dated at Sock Island, Illinois, this hth day: of
November, A D.' 1SU0.
Kect verand Speclnl Master in Chancery.
OCM-B ASTIO ROOFINO FELT costs only
per uu square feet Makes s good roof
for yean, at d anyone can pot U on. Send stamp
for aaiople sad full particulars.
. " 43 fat lutno Roorias Co.,
St aud 4: West Broadway, Kg Yoaa.
L Jcal Agents Wanted.
France ; ga
claimed for I
French Kemedy for Suppressions
Le Due's Periodical PHI, ef pans,
wauteed to accomplish all that la
rm. To be used monthly lor troubles
somen Full directions with ea. b
box. I per
Kx or three tone for S6. AaaerH-aa
Ity proprietors, cDeneer Iowa. '
ebtatnedof Otto Hooart. 'aibM,
iappe sa Co., lwraaport, av . k ,
I ' -
and fit for a prime.
. ... .
wm, aiwara wave " was toveaiaa aae
Is acknowledged by the at art esaieoat ooclois
,,,"priTrrrrs'rrj'irsiijCTijg j jxjijirrf f
01 ail LtiULULAi tb
purest and best.
SQUARE, NEW YORK.
THE TRAVELERS' tiUlDE.
Cuicaoo, kiick Island a FAtino kail
way Depot corner Fittk even i-e and Thtny
rt street, c. U Skelton, agent.
t tLiAVa. tAaaiva
Council blaffs A Miaueao-1
, ta Day Express..., f
Kansas Ctry Day Btprese...
Council BIcfTs i Mianeao-1
ta Kxpress (
Council Ulnffs Omsha i
4:S0ani 1 K am
S Wtin sio ra pm
1 .18 pm ; 11 :U6 pm
7:10pm' 76 am
'lt.18am a:04 am
Liimtted Vestibule h.x . I: - :
Bansas City Liuitcd !10 fiS pm 4:4 am
tUtiing west. tQoing cast. taily.
BUhLlNtiTtlN Ki.UI I K-C B. V- KA1L
t. ay Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St.,
M J. Young, agent, '
TRAINS. I tun aanivs
St. Luats Bxprese....
' s 6 am .4n am
T:JTS pm T'lS pm
nu luie Kxpresa. ........
St. Psnl Express.
xteardstown Passencer. ..
Way Frelvht (Monmouth).
X xi ptri
: 8 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
'S st Racine t, Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, k. u. w. iioimee. aeent.
TRAIN. LiAve. Aaatva.
siau aud Lxprvse t:4Saa pta.
St. Paul Kxpr-sw 8:lipm ltftui
t. Aconn.modati-1 tsjpa iu:lham
vt Areee modatton T:S5an StlBpm
ROCK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell. Aifent.
I Ava. Aarva.
":'5aai: 7 .30 pta
S :lsm 1 W pm
:KJami 8Ksl pm
4 (tf pen S:SV am
Fast Mail Kxrera.
MOST DIKSXrr KODTB TO TUB
-East and South Easter:
.JI i-4 tni
S IN am
Ire R. Isl'd ar
1 i un
7. to s
a 48 pm
S SB m
a IT pm
4 NT pm
It 44 HI
S &7 pe
4 57 pm
A IS am
7 y am
in 7 am
ll M am
I. is am
lo M am
te IS) am
S a am
7 .M am
1 Sn am
Id 30 pm
tu Loots. Mo
S IS am
I t5 pm,
Passenger tralne arrive and depart from L aloa
Accommodation train leasee Rork Island S-4S
?. m. arrives at Peoria If an a. m Leaves Peoria
:15 p. m. arrives at Rock Island IMi a.
Acroin, I a 'US AC Aceom.
8 80 ami S.lu atn 4-un pm
7 40 smpn 20 sm S irjpm
a 13 am 111 0U am ii imb
Lv Rock I "land .
Acrou. a'IAAc,i IrcoeaT
S am IS fsi pmi t.Vt pm
7.10 a a 1 . pm j 4.n pm
Sir, sm S no pm! 5 JO pm
" Kock Island..
Chair car on Fast Kx press between Rock Island
and Peoria In both directions
SI. It. SL'DUiW, a. HTOTEHOTISl.
Superintendent. Uea'l TkL Agent.
FAST MAIL TRAIN with Bleetrle lighted end
steam heated Vestthuled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, SL Panlaad Minneapolis.
TRAN-OONTINNTAL ROUTE with Klecrle
lighted and Steam heated Vestibules trains be
tween Chicago and Council BluHa, Otuaha or
St. Paul and the Pariflc Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL UoUTE between Chlcaio
asnsas City aud 8u Joseph, ato.
5700 MILE OF ROAD reaching an principal
Pnt in Illinois, Wisconsin MinnesMa, Iowa,
Missouri, South Dvkota and Korth Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of ystssaga and
'reltfbl etc., apply to the nearest station agent
of the Chicago, Milwaukee A Su Paul Railway, or
lo any raibjoad agent anywhere In the world.
R OS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. OA RPENTER,
General Manager ttca'l Pass. A T. Agt,
""For infnrmatloe in refenmea to Lsuid and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee
St. Paul Railway Company, write to H. 43. Hao
gea. Land commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
A. D. HUESING
Represents, among other Ime-tned ana well
known Fire Insurance Companies ha following :
Royartnsurance Company, of England.
WeeclieKter Fire ana. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo tterman I us Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ina Co., Koc neater, at. Y.
Mtisens Ins. Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Snu Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Security Ina. C.i.. New Htven, Co"B.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ina. Oi . Milwaukee, Wis
fierman Fire ina. Co of Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18ih St., ami Second Aa.
nOCK ISrjxNDv ILL.
John Volk & Co.,-
Sash. Doors, Blioda, Siding, FlooriDC,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth SU, bet. laird and Fonrta svs.,
V . aasrw BMa-nay ta lb LsasW mu to,
f t jian-e, Kitav.aAMiNO.rli Traa
f b4ws. Obe? v Bsar M IVewdSaaJ iisv
I v - Ot D tf ftm ft.. . t ii mim s
I r.i w. m c icta, mm
I " awctsssA. tvo . r r
It vill Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIOHBOES ABOUT IT.
T T' iff;,,
CHA9. W. TERBURT. Manhser.
Sucoe8sor to Adarason &. Kuick,
Shop Nineiefnth Si., liet.
General Jobbing and Repairing promptly done.
tST8econd Hand Machinery bought, sold aiii tv paired.
F. r LadirV Fine Shoes In all tbe nir atyVs and pattms .
For Lvlies' Fine Party Hlippera in new and catrhy sbadra.
Vox Men's Talent lus her. Cordo? an and French Calf ia new fall stl -a
STABY, BERQER & SNELL,
Second and Harrison Sis. Suecraaora to 0. M. Schaii.it, IsTaMrt
MI. E. MTCTRR-HN",
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third at anna and Twenty-first St.. Rock Island.
A Irsttass etnrk of Orocenee that will he sold at leweet tlvtr f prates. A stare as paslkr.
J. M. BUFORD.
The) atl Twa aM Tlsss tiVaa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
At aetlsas 4 the Tsar do ws rsaltss this ant fur)
thsa dunna ta. sutosaa sad erntar avsrtba. Thst
snoald seiWss tyai-ifc. bass, art n-tm (s n boas
aarinsT. sa4 ths varr bat war to doMiis la tnenhrrMa
In tbs fsasilr s ssw lor tbs erast .Mali af csnlna
stna. An. Lnsestora and M-ese psrts-aiartr tbs laaisr
OasHrflbs cbs-f sals ta Una east eafaslaa,eat ia
Kaahet, Krertrer. FUrhrr, New Eatrlaae! aasl
srffl he rtam4 e enaMrr sad sarist aavseasM teaaw
etbsvsahitHt ia tbs enantrv
Usr pness ses tn r usH.nl tth neslltT.
end a assisnS ee U sail sa tbs nimllsnK ptaa.
RaaJ., at aa4
BaS ISV1STSD A
which nas ita work ta a laorrmrh Baaaer.
tVnt tbnmerhlv punSes the air ea4 naim
ail etaaoalaaeeaaelis. ur aale at Kaatl Kosavfcrr'e
Pricb SO Caum run Bottlb.
THE UOLIXE SAYISGS BAU
(Charted by tbe L-flslart.re at lillaoia)
MOL1NK. - ILLS.
Open daily from a. at. ta I f. M .. aae oaTaea
aajr and Satardar Kvealaaa frees I la
Interest allowed on Deeimaita at U rat
of 4 per Cont per Annum.
Deposit received ia amounts of
i ana upwards.
aesarrvamepsvpertyef rae Trastaee letsesjea
aieseta tha ae pass tore. The ssBrs.s are aenelos
Sea frasa enrvusnoa tsf sf Ita ameers. Miaara
aad aaarrlea wesaee aeatacsed ay aaadal law.
Oerscsa-: ) W.Warssuoca . rreeldeasi raa-
7".. ce rresseaat; c. W. UaaaarAV.
1 tata:-. W. Wkaelork. farfr a-tna
r. . a
7. - ' - s. ar. r -wa
. i. t. Lme. u.
ia-ils Ilia II Tt a ssHfc.
They bar got It.
It wQl make yonr korae bsppy.
- It will sot fas or Btnoka.
I( has larga aib pan.
It baa keayy Sterd bo ij .
It keeps Bra all night.
rr ta nit
the grandest production of modern times.
Wa Invite joo to rail anl eiamiat oar
immense- line of Riverside 8 loves and Ranges.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
MD GAS FITTER.
AKI DEALER IH
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lead Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
ettTIteet work at fair price. Estimates furnished.
Office and shop tit 18lh St. TclcpboOi 118.
Rock Island, 111.
Hock Island, III.
First and Scond aVvfnn,
H0I1ES A! LITO
Br aetaf A. V. Vslde. tae a teaser
aeat Uklautf Itad dealers cess seated
WMrfe se keep, eaastaatlf ea head. Aav )na, I
aaatser bow eossplsrated. dosst la the avast
ecteatiar maaarr. i oeaiaraitasa ta
aewre aad aalitv
a r" emrutne
Mo. SKI Tacaljeta au. KutA tsiaad.
R. R. TICKET
Member Aaaencaa TIcAet Brokers' Assta)
laKoroxD Rates to all Poiitts.
Omrt ta Adaasa Ext. OSre eader
out AOIKT poa
Bstate o( Het.rr ('. aitrtdre. aWr.ad.
Tee aaderaiaawal. havtae swa asasialas1 ea
eeairta 4 the last aill aasVlessssai at ef Ueavrr I'
Ublirxlire, late tat tbe esasairof SUkA IstaasLaaais
af 1 1! loots, .t c aa. a. bereav a-tvta assure tbai mm
will apfn-ar artore tae eoaatf eaaiter Kara Iss-
aae coeaiv. at tae araea of taa elera ef aaid
eearvta theeiivef Mark IsUad. at tbeesaaarr
term, oa tbe Pint Minadav la Jaaaarv meat, at
which Has. all pevanae barter elatase arataat
eald estate are not! ted aad rssjareted u at-
srssi Swiss perpose or nevitif tae eesae ae
ea. an peranas Indented ta aaid
leeeted te aaake Iniasediste aaraaeat M Is ee
Dated this inti def e- X'ovenb-r. A. ISS0.
uaKLrra a. wihtkiimk, aires ma.
After tf rears nisrrlrare as learbtaa' last re
eatal Manic. I will proaaaw vne aaure Ibrarv a 'ik
ten) Ins ia. for tae least asnnsf mi en leerbsf la
- DAILT PRACTICE
aader oar eapurvisssa. anvea earb Jasvalle vapn
Tsecaer. alii aese aanasr loardee I bear Meest
Books of ae. One-third at af Burked prWe ea
bases Bissac ta every owe. leve esdera. aaaaHst
BBvaor. at asf asaiac iinsia. ien aims I aveax
Stock I .lead.
We aaake a nDseiatp mi uaraiaa; laezaerWaead
af maris near aw teaea.
Address as. at leuS Brad j M., Oaveefort. ts.
Mas. o. a. ktaaaasM
n n. HANDErra
aa aTU IJli Bat p txvta asat
ii IwtiMii ti-M. a lS
aSIIUSaS ISS1M assaaasfTSV.
i 9m I. ii i i T. m I ia. l;atii
--.. A. at.
- tJ a
, y t -l. r-
- -- aww-setui lit mwmm Ifc
4Ms 4 "" as-; matta aar . t, MtMafl
W. S. HOLBROOK's
Bed Room Sets,
BjaTCslI and sea our line-
No. lfV), 103 and 107 East Second St ,
J. B. ZIMMER,
THK WELfs K.YOVN
Has Jit rcfarard frota Earo, iJ aou'.J 1 VimJ w nee tl r 1 at
Lis '.ar ..f buuci-sa la
Star Uuct. Opit.tiTi IUcrrK IlotE.
FAliIi AND WINTER SUITINGS
tut . 91
F C T
V o n-W " t,7
j. x. dixojst,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J W. SCIinEJNKPa,
-Contractor ana I3uil(Jer-
nsee Sti4s( Hliade. svaaetsiac aarw. mm nnd sVeairasaa.
House' and Sign Painter.
r. o Bsi en.
Ofllca aad Stop Oonsef Sertwlrvata H.
and ftcreat. A-caaa.
VAIl ktaaa af Amsaar sssrt . nre
tfsatessses U nblae est A SH U-
Contractor and Builder.
Shop Ttird ..T.nt., Wttrtn lOih snd lltb atit.
(rpssl K-t (4d ataad.)
XW All kinds ot Carraeatar arrwtt acd rp na d..tI. flalAaVartVi rttaratiVers .
J. UZ. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
KAJrVrACTTKIl or CKACIXSJ AIB sxacvirt.
lak Jfsur Orooar fear Uean. Tlsre are Ut
Wyaperlsmsei Tt cvrtssr "OTITIS- aad fbe Onssr W4rSA"
BOCK IsIASD. nin
p. o. ncnisirsnna
Na tSSTwenlieU SutsM, axt U Cottrad rVkaeiA. rmoere. R, I.Wad.
f.sr Saw BlUar
ZGr.i'G AI'JD SHOE-S,
Carpets. Curtain. u
ARB NOW COMPLETE
DAVIS k CO,
A eesapiUSe s. t
Pipe, Hrans (Jr.l. I . :
Hose., Vit I!ri t. Ki.
OEAN STEAM PUMPS c d
SIGHT FEED LUBR1CA1LKS
W v ftusaus s 1 1 y w lr . " ' . '
Tsess dsf e rnai, as ee.rMrt..
ftaicte Uc-atirif: (bub re ani
furniatlbf and Inj'rt Ut. -.
fv wir p i.
Teh Sliin !tO . ..
have txtni tcre.eed.
S ' sit ttimiD an
COMPLETE IN ALL
r -r rvtelrsmrw Addreaa
J. O. DXTaVCAJT.
PaTKraT. I. a
naap Pnarrk Ave. as. Si at aad Ha
. . -r t T ' . J
' ' KiH K l-Zlid.
ftaisaad easaaata. Sse an au.de ef a