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' FARM ANT) GARDEN.
INFORMATION OF VALUE TO FARM
AND SUBURBAN READERS.
Dtreetlon for BollHIn Simple aoa Or.
nnntil le Hooses Soeees Keep,
toe le Dependent on Casl- I with
Sawdust, Drainage nd Ventllatloa.
There are two distinct modes of build
ing and filling ice houses, namely, con
structing them with single board or
plank walls, with a fool of sawdust
between the walls and the ice; or with
donble walls with a Hpace filled in with
sawdust. We have given both modes a
NIXPLK ICK Hl"SE ORNAMENTAL ICK
thorough triul and prefer the former, as
being simpler, more earn ly managed and
less liable to have air crevices in the saw
dust. In the second cut is represented a
vertical section of such an ice house, the
contents being built of solid blocks of
Ice, and the sawdust being compactly
filled in as this ice structure goes up.
The ice rests on sawdust and is covered
with it of eqwil thickness. The figure
in the third cnt is a horizontal section of
If readers wtil see that the mass of
solid ice is thus incased on its four Bides
and top and liottoui with compact saw
dust, and hiM good drainage below and
free ventilation at the top, they will
have no difficulty in keeping ice, what
ever the walls may be built with, pro
Tided they hold thu sawdust in place.
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VERTICAL SECTION OF ICE HOC8B.
They may be single plank or boarding,
or laid up with double walls. The sim
plest lxwnl shanty will answer, provided
it holils the sawdust well and drainage
and ventilation above are fully secured.
In the first cut are represented two
houses bnilt in this way: One cheap
and simple, the plunk siding resting on
the inside of the stout posts and left open
above rur ample ventilation. The other,
more elaborate, idves a somewhat orna
mental effect. The most finished and
elaborate strwture will fail to keep ice
. ir the three requisites are Hljsent com
pact casing of the ice on all sides with
sawdust, perfect drainage and ventila
tion overhead. A needless amount of
sawdust is often used. A uniform thick-
HORIZONTAL SECTION OP ICE HOUSE.
neas of a foot or fifteen inches well ap
plied is quite snfficient; two feet is need
less, whether in donble or single walls.
Introducing a gutn.
The following query was recently
answered in The American Bee Jour
nal: "In dividing for increase will it be
advisable to introduce a queen into the
qneenless portion of the artificial swarm
immediately after dividing, or would it
be better to wait a few days before giv
ing them a queen:'" Messrs. Cook, Vial
Ion, Dadant, Dibbern, DoolittW, Mason,
Pond and Mahin all expressed a prefer
ence for introducing a qneen at once
when practicable. R. L. Taylor said:
"For introducing virgin queens I would
have the colonies queenless seven days.
Introduce laying queens at once in a
cage." Mrs. Harrison said: "Iutrodnce
the first night after dividing." James
Heddon said: "All depends. No one
can lay down a rnle for introducing
queens. Everything depends upon the
immediate condition and circumstances."
The editor answered: lutrodose a lay
ing qneen in a cage at once, so that each
part of the divided colony may have a
good queen, and may continue to build
up by increasing numbers."
A good way for keeping cabbage
through the winter is to store it in shal
low trenches, heads down, in the garden
or field where it was grown. Spots
uonid be selected that are sufficiently
well drained to prevent the surface water
from rains settling around the heads
long enough to soak and rot them. The
heads should be covered with earth.
Waving the ends of the roots sticking
out. A deep covering of earth is not
required. When wanted for use it can
be taken ont without much trouble, even
in moderate freezing weather, by begin
ning at one end of the rows. Contact
with the earth keeps the heads crisp and
fresh much better tlian can be done
by storing them away in cellars. All
the outside leaves that adhere well
should be left on.
Keep the Hnll Mellow.
A very sandy soil will absorb very
little moisture from the air. The finer
the sand the more it will absorb. Clay
soils will absorb more moisture than
sandy soils; what is known as garden
mold more than clay soil, while a soil
rich in humus will absorb more than
any of the others. Soils are hygroscopic
according to their porousness, and it is
well to bear in mind that the power to
absorb water vapor is the same, to a
certain extent, as the power to absorb
other gases which assist in plant growth.
To keep the soil mellow is the evident
lesson from these facts, says Rural New
Yorker, not necessarilv because a mellow
top soil act as a mulch, but because it
collects gases and vapors which, in a
dry period, serve to feed and invigorate
Take Care of the Apple.
What few we have are so precious
that we should aim every precaution
against the smallest loss. All that can
be spared for sale will command a good
price. Apples to be stored for winter
snould at first be pat in a cool, dry place
a shed or barn assorted and packed
in clean barrels, and kept out of the
cellar as long as possible withont danger
of their freezing. When in barrels and
in a protected place they can stand con
siderable cold without injury. Never
put apples into a warm cellar before real
cold weather sets in.
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A Tailor's Ceortshlp.
Lena Und haf you really sooch
drong attachment for me, Isaac?
Bchneide Yaw; it vas like abr.tton
"jewed on mit .U! Puek.
THE NEW RAILWAY POWER.
r Street Vmr Myateaa Kleetrle
EaaipsaraC Betas Baplslly Pat Tea-ether
Work at ike Fewer Plaat.
A. L. Ide, of the firm of A. L. Id A
Sod, Springfield, was In the city jester,
dsv in consultation with Superintendent
Schniteer of the Holmes lines. Ide A
Son are to furnish the seven 125 horse
power engines, and he is here to get
things in shape for them. The will be
placed tide by side on a bed of rock and
concrete 15x80 feet In size, and etch of
them will ran a 100 -hone power dynamo.
The engines are of the compound con
densing double expansion type, and are
line machlnea of their cists. Their low
pressure cylinders are 80 inches in di
ameter, the high pressure ones 18. and
the stroke is 14 Inches. The work of
setting them will commence Inside of two
weeks, and thty will soon be in place.
The condenser is on the ground now and
Is being unloaded, and the boilers will be
on hand soon.
The work of putting in foundations for
the machinery is advancing raDidlv at
the power house on Second avenue. A
portion of the building Is now being
torn out to admit of an addition.
Tbs trolley wire is being rapidly put in
ace over the double track through the
city and the overhead equipment as fir
as Rock Island is concerned will be In
place in two weeks. There are but a
few blocks of ground wire to be laid in
tbe paved district.
General Sup;. Bchnitger left last eve
ning for St. Louts to consult with the St.
Louis Car Coqppany with regard to the
nrty new cars ordered, the colors, num
bers, etc., and to arrange for the stoves.
and also to have tbe oars which are to be
assigned to tbe bluff lines oa both sides
of tbe river provided with every precau
tion known in the way of safety brakes.
Does Chicago really intend to hold a
world's fair In 1883T If so. Isn't it about
time that she was "getting at herself V'
Here it is tbe latter days of November,
1890. and even the site is not definitely
decided upon. Not a building has been
designed, nor a general plan of tbe expo
sition adopted. If it takes as long to ar
rsoge these preliminaries as Unas to settle
tbe she question, it Is safe to sav that no
fair will be held. There appears to be al
together too many national commission
era. local directors ladv managers, direc
tor-generals, vice presidents, tt cetera.
Among tbe horde of cooks it would not
be strange if the broth were spoiled.
Tbeo, also, it seems as if too much
wtre being attempted. The Paris exDC
sitlon covered less than three hundred
acres, and it is admitted to have been
tbe grandest and most successful ever
held. It was so vast that tbe half could
not be seen by the ordinary visitor. Yet
It is proposed that the Columbian expo
sitlon shall occupy eight hundred or i
thousand acres. In their efforts to make
the fair a colossal success, the Cbicatr
people are likely to make it a colossal
Judee Henrv H. Golilahornnuli Tuiti
more. Md., sys: It gives me pleasure to
recommend salvation Oil to anyone suf
fering from rheumatic or other pains.
Any man, no matter how Iszv, can get
into the habit of wbrk, by (donning a
The readers of the Aroub will be pleased
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in au its stages, and that is catarrh.
nan s uatarrn (Jure is the only positive
cure now Known to tbe 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 of the system, thereby destroying
tbe 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
faith in Its curative powers, that tbey
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
F. J. Cheknet & Co., Toledo, O.
Bold by druggists, 75c.
Tbe man who joins an assessment in
surance company can take a melancholy
pleasure in thinking of tbe many that
will mourn bis death.
In the pursuit of the gooa things of
khls world we anticipate too much; we
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of world
ly pleasures by delightful forethought of
them. The results obtained from the use
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Ionic far exceed
til claims. It cures dyspepsia, and all
itomach, liver, kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, 50 cents, of
You would think there is a premium
offered for fools. There are so many who
lose no opportunity for being foolish.
Hard Coal Market
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 2Sc
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$4.B0mnd Cannel coal 96 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
E. O. Fbazeb.
McCorkle (looking at the individual
leaning against tbe Ump-post): That man
has a queer name Triangle. McCrackle:
It is appropriate though. He is a rye
100 Ladies Wanted.
Aad 100 men to call on any druggist for
a free trial package of Lane's Family
Medicine, the great root and herb reme
dy, discovered by Dr. Silas Lane while in
the Rocky mountains. For disesses of
the blood, liver and kidneys It is a posi
tive cure. For constipation and clearing
up the complexion it does wonders. It
is the best spring medicine known.
Large size package 50 cents. At all
The bleb, price of Ice Drovokea so mnnv
jokes that you will find an ice wag-on
near y every paper.
Ii Yonr Hons is a r lr
You put water on tbe burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack tbe disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove the
impure cause, and the local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, tbe greet blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strengthens tbe nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
The Object System. Aunty : Do they
tescb by tbe object system atyeur school 7
Little Boy: Yes'm. Thev is alwavs ob
jecting to something or other.
' ' Hold Uutasliaat-
The man who tells you. confiden
tially juat what will core your cold hi
prescribing Kemp's Balaam this year. In
the preparation of thia remarkable medi
cine for coughs and colds bo expense ia
spared to combine only tbe bast and
purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and look
through it; notica bright clear look;
then compare witk ottysr remedies. Pric
Are yon disturbed at nigbt and broken
' vonr rest hv a nick ehilrf enfrrinn
crying with pain of cutting teeth T If to,
send at once and get a bottle of Mrs.
Winslow's Soothing Syrup for children
a al! T. . ...
mining, iia vaiue is incalculable. It
will relieve tbe poor little sufferer imme
diately. Depend upon it mothers, there
is no mistake about it. It cures dysen
tery, diarrhoea, regulates the stomach
and bowels, cures wind colic, softens tbe
gums, reduces inflammation and gives
tone ana energy to tbe whole system
Mrs. Winslow's Snot hi no Kvron fnr
Children Teething is pleasant to the
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iiMio, anu is ine prescription oi one or
the oldest and best female nurses and
physicians in the United States, and is
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i or sate oy sn nrugglBis throughout tbe
worm, rrice s cents a bottle.
Aik Tonr Fnrads Aboat I.
Your distressing cough can be cured.
We know it because Kemp's Balsam
within the past few years has cured so
many coughs and rolds in this commun
ity. Ask some friend who has used it
a hat be thinks of Kemp's Balsam. There
hi no medicine so pure, none so effective.
Large bottles 60c and $1 at all druggists.
And there is noUuasr like it.
Do not be imposed on with
substitutes, imitations, etc.
because the dealer makea a
few cents more on a bottle.
Lead Poison Cured.
Iimi painter by trade. Three years ago 1
had a bad caseof Lead I'olson, caused by using
paint. 1 was cared in a short time by S. S.
The medicine drove thr poison out through tlie
pores of the skin. My system was so saturated
with poison that my underclothes were colored
by the paint being worked out by the median
through the pores of my skin. I was cured en
tirely by S. S. S., and have had no return since.
C. Park Lbak, Waynesville, Ohio.
Treatise on Blond and Skin Diseases mailed
frea Swift Specific Co, Atlanijf
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In tbe pnst six month be has successfully
of the most severe character.
The names of a few who live In Davenport ani
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson, rheumatlum
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Srwlbnr. mlitrrh
Miss Anna Oavie, Mr Wm Sankevf, scrofula; Mrs
J A Wisner. Mr F L Ma-onhamer. heaft disease;
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snim v , ::irBMii, yn jrvars suuiuingj piles
Mr Samnel Slices, (18 - piles
Mr Islab Uoijp ( 7 " ) olles:
Mrs Mey Wurilt. J A Wrlpht, Sarah Munson,
r miiK iiajes, n m ncurananmi, r. K Thompson
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, but they are ensuh to show what
ran be done by one who thoroughly understands
the eiuse and treatment of disease.
SSr-Loss of Msnhood, Seminal Weaknosa, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
WTossitively no case taken that eat:not he
enred. Correspondence accompanied by 4c In
ihmu prompuy answurea.
Office McCullough's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
NERVE KSi IWH TREATMENT.
RpTtflf fnr H-rrtrrim. nizzirw. Flta, NrnrnKria. Wak-
iuiiiws, nciiiai iTjjrrwiou, rwiiieiiinr-i iue tin in.
fultiiu in Infinity ami Iftuitobf In mi T div t .
Prvmurf (M.I Agw, burrenm-s-. l.o. o( Powt
in either z. Invnlantnry I , strut Hperiuatoi rhce
wfrr-ayAuriiuii wi me oral it, neii-nrii.-e n-
or?r-tn4tifprnce. tutufe box contains one ttiotuhV t return-"
t 91 tt Isox, or atix f;r . -nT bv mail i r-r.,i L
M.'ta fn b onler for nix box-, will nenti purr haw
v. " n-tunu anuiii-.v si ine irmiroent lUlsi to
cuiu. uuavuiitjt laetatti anu pvnuine aula only by
Drnlsta, Bole Aijenta, corner Third avenae and
i wenuetn street, uock island ill.
CHAS. R. WHKKT.AN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmlck Block. No. SOS 20th 8t Rock Island.
Havtaff Dnrcnasea a eomnlnte line nf TTnitrta1r.
tag floods, with hearse and appuartennces, and
Having? scenreu me services or XT. ueo. j. jfeed.
of Cbicaeo. u sxnert funeral director anS em.
Palmer of 12 years experience, 1 am fully pre-
reu to icnarHmee aausiaciiou.
Telepb one 1116.
-ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stores with Castings ot 8 eenta
A MACHINE SHOP
baa been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done Irat-claaa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE
DOWNING BROS., Propts,
STATU OF ILLINOIH, I .
Rock IsLin o dktt. f
To the Janoary Term A 0. 1891, CireultCourt,
of said Oonntv. In Ph ..
Joseph Meftcynoids complainant, Ts. Hugh Mc-
rajruuiua. v-rric oicneynf-ras, Mosea IJ Wells,
Brenton R. Wells. Murk A.hrimm O.ln W
Kicbarrtsnn, Eugene A. Lancaster, John C. Car-
riju, nonuum piranss, Nugo uoodman, 8lmon
- ivuuun mil sQwra i&ose. aelynuanLa r ore-
To the aove named defendants, Orlo W. Klrh
aruson and but ene A . Lancaster. Notice Is hcie-
ifj Linn mat iue anove enuu -a cause la now
pending in said court against yon and tbe other
ucicnuams iwtc namea, tnat a anuimons 10 chan
cery has been issued therein against yon directed
to the sheriff of said county to execute, returnable
to the January Term. 18I, of aald court, to be
begun and holricn at tbe court bonee" In the city
of Hock Island In said county on the first Monday
of January, next, at which time and place you will
Hock Island. Illinois, November 14, 1SS0.
WKOHUK W. MAMULB. iMerkof said Court
Jjcksos A UonsT, Complainant's toilutors.
Vi! PI TlkC'C Teaches its students
IrlLLLIIRb 0 traile aurt tbeo start
them in m Umui ...
Bend for cirenlars.
; VALENTIN B BROS ,
CKX.fcu rAAi- M T
Warranted Free from Injurious Drugs.
TUB; BOOK I8LANI3
to a constitutional and not a local disease,
ind therefore tt cannot be enred by local
ippllcatlons. It requires a constitutional
remecy tike Hood's Sarsaparilla, which,
world ag through the blood, eradicates the
imHH'.ty which causes and promotes the
disease, and effects a permanant cure.
Thousands ot people testify to the success
9f Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for
eatan h when o titer preparations bad lafled.
Boad's S-trsaparilla also builds op the whole
system, and makes yon feel renewed ta
health and strength.
N. 11. If you decide to try Hood's Sarsa
parllU do not be Induced to buy any other.
Soldhrdruarlits. Sl;stxfortV Praemrad oaly i Said by arwgglsta. SI ; six for IA. Pre pared awry
by C 1 HOOD CO.. Apothecaries. Lowell, Mass. I by 0.1. HOOD CO.. Apocberariea. Lawall. Mass,
I0O Doses One Dollar I K0 Doses One Dollar
Bsate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
Tbs und- rskmed having beea at pointed rxeca-
or the atst will and teaumens of Thoaaa
8bes , late or tbe county of Hock Island, stars
of 11 inois, deceased, hereby gives aottce that he
win tppear oeiore tnecouniy conn oikock Island
coue ij, at the office of tbe clerk of said court, ta
the r ity of Hock Island, at the December term, on
tbe 1 mt Monday in : ecember next, atwblrk time
all p irsotiK having elaima against aald estate are
notll ed and requested to sttend, forlbeparpnse of
having the same adjusted. All persona Indebted
to as ttl estate are requested to make Immediate
payr lent t-i tne undersigned.
UtUd itL'S 17th tar or October, A. D.. IK'S.
flEKCK KKANK, Bxecator.
'J'ci Whok it mat Concern.
Ni lice is berrbr erven, that at the Tteeentier
term, A. I IW. of the conntv conrt of Rnck Isl
and soont.v, stale of Illinois, the nndersigned.se
guaiiiiini f Mary Ann Lee, Eliza 1 ee,Oeorva Lee
Hob rt T. Lee and Florence J. Lee, residen.a of
said eouuty, and minor children of William Le-,
deo asrd, will apuly to said court for leave to fell
me 'State, line and Interest of aald minors in the
folk wing real estate situated la the county of Pe
oria slate of Illinois, to-wit:
Tlie undivided one-fourth of tbe northwest quar
ter i f srcilou Ave, 5J, town-hip ten, 10, north
rant e six LlJ east of the fourth principal meridian,
rxct pt 'JR acres n the northeast corner of said
qua ter Section, aald application will be made for
tnepurpoie of otherwise investing tbs proceeds of
the -ale of said minors' Interest In said landa,
Ki rk Is'and, lllinni. NovemberTlh, 1(MI.
LOBKRT LKK Onardian as aloreeald.
RIT OF ERROR.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, 1 Within and for the
VNonutrn Oraud Division
f cfrcm Codht. ) of aaid Slate.
E -ror sr. Appelate Court of Illinois In and for
Aur ette Uuver. Kxerntrix of the Kstateof Ssmiiel
liiiyer, deceased, Annette lin r, Kdwanl H.
(J'lyer und Annette Onyer plaintiffs In error,
vs. Johr H. Wilson, Holmes Hakes, Oetjye al.
I Hukes. Wlllism T. KIbl's. Stephen A. Msln,
A ci sutler T. Bentley, Thomss J. Robinson,
(. I isrlesU Walker. Tbe Rock Island Pa.er t'om
j.uy, PUlemoiL. Mitchell, Phil Mitchell, Wll
lit.ni II. Oval, Elmore Hurst and Cornelius
W" asHCAS. Tbe said Annette Gnver exec ntrlx of
the -stale of Samuel S.tiuyer, deceased. Annet e
Uujer, Edward H Guyer and Annette tluyrr have
suen out a writ of error from said supreme conn to
revtrse a Judgme' t obtained by aaid John H.
Wil on against ssld Annette Ouer, executrix,
etc.. Aunctie Uuyer, Edward H. Uuver and An
tiett; Uu$er in a certain cast In wVch Holmes
Hakes, Uiorire M. I. Hskes. William T. Rigga,
trj hen A. Msln, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Robins., Charles U Walker. Tbe Rock Island
"ap-r Cotiipary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
Lyn le, PMI Mitchell, Willism H.Gestsnd SI more
W. Hurst are also partiea in the aald Appellate
Con-t of Illinois lu and for the second district
wbl' b sabi writ of error ta now pending in aaid
Supreme Oourt; and whereaa, a writ of Scire
Pac as ba been Hnly Issued herein, returnable oa
tbe ilfst day of the next term of said bupreme
Coa t, lo holden at Ottawa, In said state, on the
Firtl Tuesday in March, next, according to law;
and. wlu-rias, also, it appears by affidavit on lie in
the cli-rkV office of sa d Supreme Court that he
said llohu.-f Hakes, George M. I). Hakes, William
T. h iggs, Mephen A. Main, Alexander T. bentley
areimu-re"tdeiitsoi thestaieof Illinois, and with
out t he resch of the process -f aid Hupreme court.
N w. tbereforo, yon, the said Holmes Hakes,
Oeo-ge M. D. Hakes, wil ism T. Riggs, Stephen A.
Mai i. AletanderT. Bentley. the said defendants
in error, whose non-residence appears aa afora
sai are hereby not i lied to be and appear before
the iustirvs ot said Siiprema Court, al the next
termor aaid court to be holden at Ottawa, in aaid
slat.', on tlie PirstTnesday in March next, to bear
tbe record and proceeding brought Into aald
Sup 'vine Court on return of said writ of errors and
tb 'rrnrs assigned. If you shall see fit, and further
to d' ana receive what aaid court shall order in this
Doled October (9th, A. D.. 1890.
A. H. TATLOR, Clerk.
SI'ATK OP ILLmOlS.
Boca buns Codmtt, I
In tbe Circuit Court In Chancery.
Joh i Peetx, administrator enm testamento annexo
ol the eciata of Baili y l:avenport,deeeased, va.
the r.oca Island and Milan Mreet Railway Com-
1ny, Cliarlea H. Stoddard, J. P. Koblnson,
i mora Hurst, Peter Pries and J. G. Maseie.
Oi Ujinal bill.
Joh ti Peeta. administrator enm testamnto an
n xo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
crssed, va. the Rock Island Milan Street
M dlway Company. Bsra Wilcher, John W.
Stewart, James af. Mentg mery. Bdwln U.
P axer, Levi Sharp. Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
FdencC. A. benkmann, William P. Hal
liin. Rims Woodmansee. Thomas 6. Silvia,
I wis V. Kckbart and John . Downing.
O -orgs Downing, Br., Jamea Dawning and
1 mmaa Downing, partners etc- as Downing
H Mice Is hereby given that bv virtue ol a de
cret or tbe circoll court In and for the county of
Rock Island in tbe state of Illinois, entered lu tbe
above entitled Cannes on tbe Thirtieth SUth day
or September, A. D., 180, 1 shall on Saturday, the
Sixth (6) Cay of December, A. D., lSSU, at the
hour of II I 101 o'clock In the forenoon of aaid
day at the ionb door of the coon bouse In the
city of Kork I -land la aaid county of Rock Ialsnd,
sell subject to the approval of and conttnnaltoa
by aid circuit cnurt.J at public auction to the
blgt'Sat bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after and In aaid decree mentioned, all tlie rail
way of salt! defendant the Rock Island at Mllaa
Street Railway Company, aald railway extending
f roi i tbe corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in , said city of Rock Island Lwongh aad
aliw g the H rcets and avenues nf aald city to a
poll I at or uear lbs southern limits of said city,
and thence over ita right of way aad in pan over
and along certain roads and highways In the Iowa
or b mill Rock Island lo and over the or dges now
own ed by tae said city of Rock Island spanning
Roc K river between the town of Sears and the
tow t of Milan, aad thence over and along certain
streets and public grounds in said town or city of
Mik.n to its terminus therein aad Incladlng the
brai ch extending from the town of Sears afore
said to tbe high point on the bluffs of Rock river
knoen aa tiack Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company's right of way, real
esisie, learea, road-bed, track, side-tracks,
swticb.ee. Iron, tlea, engine aad atatloa bouses,
ban . mot tta, rolling slock, cars, horses, ma
chlt cry, tools. Implement and belong! nv a and all
said railway company' property, appliance and
app irtenasse of every sort, kind and description
vtutKoerel now belonging to and owned by said
den ndant railway conTflany, Including those now
In tlie piHweelon or control of Frederick Hsss,
ben lofore apt otnted receiver herein, and all ench
whioh may bereart-r and prior to such sale be ac
quired by blm, (excepting nevertheless all asooeya
belt using 1i said street railway company now In
the lands of said receiver and all aucb as may
sris from i r grow out of the use of said tallway
pro) erty ai d franchises, or may come to aa d le
c eh er prior to his surrendering possession of said
raibvaynnd property aa by said decree provided
togt tberwlui all the rights, privileges and fran
chises of said defendant railway company to
mai italn and operate lu said railway and carry on
ltslusinesr,andto maintain and operate lis aaid
rslli ray over, along, across and through the a nets,
alle .a, roiiita and public grounds of said cltv of
Roc (Island, said town of Milan and aald township
of t outh Rock Island, and over and along the
said bridges spanning Rock river, and all other
rlgb ts, prlv lieges and franchisee wbaf oever be
lonc lug to or connected with toe said railway com
pan r; all of said railway, premises, properly,
rights and prlTilrges being situated is tbe counts
of R ock lslMid aforesaid said sale being subject
nev. libelees to all liens lor taxes or assessments,
gem ml or special, which may have accrued and re
maii i thereon prior to aucb sale.
T iRMtf OP 8ALK. Ten thousand 110,000
doll irs In ensq down at the time of aaid sale, and
tlieieniaindernpontheapproval and confirmation
of st cb sale by aaid circuit coon.
Di ted at hock Island, Illinois, tills 6th dayEof
Not amber, A D.'IHM).
Becc'.rerand Special Master in Chancery.
ITJM-KLASTlC ROOFTHQ. FKLT costs only
per luo square feet. Make a good roof
for ; ears, and anyone can put it oa. Send stamp
fort ample snd full particulars.
Ovu Elastic Roorura Co,,
: and! West Broadway, Nsw Toaa.
Local Agents Wanted.
Tt e Greet French Remedy for Suppressions
and Monthly Irregularities.
Ls Ilea lire Le Due's Periodical Pill, of Pari,
Praiee; guaranteed So accompliah all that i
elau ted for them. To be need monthly for trouble
peculiar to women. Fail directions with each
box. $i p r box or three boxes for So. Americas
PHI '3e., royalty proprietors, Speacer. Iowa. The
gent Ine pili obtained of otto Rodert, K 1st street,
Kooi; Island, Jappe at On., Daveaport, and of aU
oraw (isia. , .
it- zinn'DL-jL : -
To til the popular a". aV AMUset a LB snia
COISKT. It ia worn by 1 aoiae wv rmt ..t
and i good torav. eosieruciuaeaaaa
Ssraa see- 1
t '. ,'.T i..-, ..
I sed Hood's Bsrsaparilla for eatarrh,
and received great relief and benefit from tt.
The catarrh was very dLagreeablo, eaoalng
constant discharge from my nose, ringing
noises in my ears, and pains hi the back ot
my bead. The effect to clear my had In the
aaorntng by hawking and (pitting was pain. '
fuL Hood's Sarsaparilla gave bm relief Im
mediately, while In time I was entirely
eared. I think Hood's Sana pari 11a Is worth
Its weight In gold." Mas. O. a Girb, 1029
Eighth Street, N.W, Washington. D. C
"Hood's Banapaiilla has helped me mora
for eatarrh and Impure blood than anything
else I arer used.- A. Ball, Syracuse, N. Y.
CUICaOO. KOCK INLAND PAtlrIC HAIL
way Depot corner Plflk svenne aad Thirty-
TRAINS tLwtvi. :tAaiva.
Council Blaffs Mianoao-1
UDayKxpreea f ! am
Kanaa City Day Brpres... 5rV) am 10 r pm
WMhlngtoB Kxpresa.. ..... IMn ISApa
Oonndl Bluff i Mtnneeo I
taBxpreas f "70 pmi 1ia
Connril Bluffs OTnsia I .
Umited Vestibule 17. I ;,!, a
Banana City Uctltvd 10 M pmj HM am
tOoingweal. tOolngeast. lally.
BCKLINOTON K'JtTK-O B. It. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth st
M J. Voorg, agent.
TBAITiS. ) m I anntva
St. Lueu Klpreea. s s h am S.4H aa
8L Loots Kxpress t TV rm T is pai
St. Pael Exprea 6:46 pa, 7 Mia
Beardetown Passenger j 8 M pm 10:8& aa
Way Prelibt (Monmouth)...) Sraa lopa
Way Freirht OStcniag) j 1S-J5 m 10:iflaa
atenlng Passenger j t-Wsm :s8psa
Dubuque I 10: sa SMS pat
CH1CAOO. MILWALKKB ST. PAI'L ItAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Divtslon De
pot Twei tietb street, between First and Second
venue, K. I. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Laavc. Asaivx.
ataii and KxpvBar : s
St. Panl txpr ss 1:15 t. 11 Asa
et-C ACeon modatl-a .... . :lsi;.n 10:10 tc
V .s aemr modatlon " sn -tlO-.n
ROCK INLAND a PEOKIA RAILWAY DK
pot First svenne and Twentieth street. P.
U. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS Isavs. iaarva.
Faat Mall Kxptvss 8:i5am V! pin
Kxpresa ir-ei.m Isipn
Cable Accommodation 9 1" am; 8:1X1 pm
4 00 pm 8:06 am
MOST DntRCT ROUTS TO T
East aad South Eatvz:
7. 'Si pes
6 17 pm
4 67 tm
and Kx .
S 5 pm
4 35 pm
4 .5? pm
7 90 am
S IS am
8 at am
ts. 40 urn
tt hO am
In t, am
11. is am
iO Oft ami
I U km
8. Id am
7 W pn?
9. 1ft am
St. Louis. Mo
l ist sa
7 45 am
. Lonf.ville .
11. IS pm
7 4.1 pm
Passenger train arrivd and depart from Union
Accommodation train leave Rock Island 6:46
p. a. arrives at Peoria S-au a. a Loaves Peoria
7 :15 p. m. arrives at Rock Island 1 :irj a. m.
11 00 am
6 05 pa
Lt. Rock Island.
7 40 am
Ac-om. ; 4 '1 Ac, Accoa
Le. Cable ,
" Rock Island.
e.raa is mi pmi s.4 pa
7.10 as 145 pai 4M pa
6 Oft am S.ts) pa! bjto pa
Chair ear on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both dlreeOoea
H. B. SL'DLOW, H. STOCKHOrSa!.
8unerintendeaL ttea'l Tkt. Agent.
FAST MsTT. 1n its nn i i. i
H'eaa heated Vestlbnled trains between Chr
cago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
T'L''-OOin,rw"NTAL ROCT1 with Klecrlc
lighted and Steam heated Vest! holed trains be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs, Oaaah or
Bt. Paul and the Paciac Coast.
ORKAT RATIONAL it OUT B betweea Chicago
Bansaa City and St. Joeepa, Mo.
6700 MTLK OF ROAD reachtnc a0 principal
Pplnu in Illinois Wincoosin. Minnemu. Iowa.
Missouri. Booth Dakota and North Dakota.
For man, time table, rau-a or ismui and
freight, etc., apply lo the nearest eurtoa agent
of the Chicago, afilwaakee a Su Paul Railway, or
mvu ansi any wnere m las woria.
ROSWELL MILLER. A. V. H. CARPENTER,
Seaeral Manager Oea'l Paaa. T. Agi.
mtt a w sasisjsisssiaiajai 161 iTIBrCDCa Ml icKliai Ua
Towns owned by by the Ch.cago. Milwaukee a
'M 6. a a- -a
A. D. HUESING.
Represents, among ether ine-tried and well-
aaowa rtre insnraacecotnpanie be following
Royal Insurance Company, of England.
W each ester Pirn laa. Company of n . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co.. Buffalo, M. Y.
Rochester tteraan Ins. Co., Hoc heeler, a. Y.
Cltiaens Ins. Co- of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Sun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
Securitv lna. Co.. New Hivan. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics In. Oo , atllwaukee. Wis
Offloe Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
BOCK ISLAND, ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
Bash, Doors, Blinds. Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builder.
Eighteenth St., bet. l'bird and Fourth are.,
toWl wmummmmmhiimtmto lay at low aad fmj SmIiI. so, he
Sans, aw sirs aaas. W. iU MS. aS l.iai Si tor. fmr
9mf mTmoiabmnam mAumhta.tmai ,. le ..isi. SisSfte
A 1 I. mar aw in tt.. LmiimI - -- il. -
) saatsasi, haas, SdrtMs mm OtrhTtiWrS'
C o. P. dinn fnai I. . nm r
Ann. an w. am at can, ss a
vtMM- BtMSe.suassSw aswsala.
i ' r tajaa. Thr kwa fMorr u ana.
SMsssrr awataxss vsa sa aad amn was n bvSrfs mam
will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. YERBURY, Manau.r.
Saccsvsstir It? Adamson & lluick.
W- nn I firmr. it ir i nmiTTrim
?&m& rilAullbAL HAKfl I NT.
. Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., lt. Flrt and Second Aveono,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
JCWnTid Hand Machinery Kniit, siold and repird
F. r Lailtea' Pine Shoe in all the aeer sly its anl pa'tTn.
For Latliet' Fine Party Mlippera to near aad r.aichy ahaales.
For Men's Patent Leather, Cordovan and French Calf lo new fall sttl-s
STABY, BERGER & SNXLL,
Second and Harrison Sta. Sucreaanrs to O. M. tfchml.lt, Davenport.
J. M. BUFORD.
Tao i W a Traartaa OaaaaaSa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
aanvaaeaswaaaasallsBiaraasTwair earn ssTaaat.
WmTmOmmiTiJmtL aasalv " 1 "
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
S as tkaa tba jmmr As w rmhm tnk mwm fnBs
thaa dais lie- autaia m m aratha. Tulx
aboold eaiVtv.r t., as bnaas Hlnnn rtot
savimi. aiel tl mmrj kM was to 4- U m Im rail rwm
la Iter f UBiW a I. Uw IS. rM , .nml. al rtrU-ty.
Jfc. Art. CrterMnr. ed Mmr. ancalar las SU . m
rw awi'iMBHaii'datto"" f ""mm4m
will wa Wm4 a enalftr aa4 laWl i
ether aihrtst n Ibaaoaatrr.
Imr mm aes ih. awat n aaSaial wSS
ssia aiiiras wa wiu sail aa t
CWrsassaaaaas mmd asa
Baa era at aal
-as nv saves a-
which So It work la a taotwncli
rnt thomorhlr pertgrs tke air and reaovr
ailobaoaluasaanlla. For ale at Caul Koabler'
Pkice 60 Cum pbb Bottxk.
TKE UOLINE SAV1I8S BA1K
(Charted by the Legislator of Illtaola.)
MOL1NE. - ILLS.
Open daily iron t A. at. le t P. It . aad on Tare
dar aad Satardar Bvealae fraa T to .
Interest allowed on Deepoalts at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received in amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
Tne prtyats property of tbe Trasteos I respea.
(Ibiete Uiedepasitara. Theottcer are avoWttav
ted from borrowiiut any oi it aioneye. Maura
aad married woaoa aratected by aaacLl law.
Omcn-vl.I. Waactcw., r resident; poa
riB hataaaa, V Ice President; C. T. Uaaaswat.
Taosrraa.!-. W. Whes-iork. Porter k1mer.
Hlraa Uarllat, A. H. t ntmt.'a. a. Eoaio7lU
U. Hetneaway, C. Vltathau. '
u!adCooai'Ctart"4 "T,n M,k Roc
pHOTO-EWQEA ViN G,
J- M. OAEPAUD,
library BelMtai, Pavooaort. Uoa. Call far
tlaotos aad oe ssara beasee a to Cbtcoao
They hss got lu
It will an ska your boms happy.
It will bo fa or araoka.
Il has largasash pas.
It has heavy steel boly.
It heaps 01 all DlRbt,
TT IB TBS
the grandest prndartloa of Bvxlcra times.
Wo tariu yoa to call aad csaiaiaa oar
Immense lias ot Riverside Btoves aad Raairra.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.
MD GAS FfiTER.
AD DBALXa IN
Wrouaxbt aud Caet Iron and lad Fifti
Hose, Packing, Swer and Drain Til.
Stt-am and Gas FixtorB.
W'Vst work at fair prWs. Estimtts-s furafshrd
Omce am! shop 219 18th Hi. Tdephone Ua
Rock Island. 111.
flOIJES MD LIVES
Br aslttf A. r. Vaald'a. tbe atooee rrwl
drat Libtaiac Mod dealer Celebrated
barb be keep roast aatly aa bead. Aa? )e a.
atalter bow coapliraed. doa ta tba esoat
acleatiSe aaaaaee. I aaei utaaa b
arlcos aad aaalit aaaed.
A. F. SCHMIDT",
ISe. SKI Tweauetb L. Muck laisad.
R. R. TICKET
sa her Aawncea Ticket Brokers' Asa la)
Kkdttckd Ratks to all Poiim.
Omc la Adaaai Express Ocece eaecr
sou asxt roa
Kstate of Hearf C. blind. eWoard .
Tbe wtrrstrned. bavta arra attmated et
erairn of tbe lost will aad bsstaasroi u( Uarr a
Mhiirtdcclateoftbe mm; of Hack l.laad. Male
or llllouta. iiCT mr d. borrbv rnra asim tbal he
will apprsr berora toe roam r man Kora IU-
Ml Mat. M a , . .
' -' w w, in, o eat
eun.la laeatvor tumrk 1.1 aad. al laejaanarv
Ursa, oa tae rirat Maoday la Jaaaarv aril, al
bxk liase all Bsiissoia aavta raise aruM
aid estate ar aotiSrd aad tieasned M ot-
a.d - - , . . i ...
ed. All persona ladrNed to aald estate are raw,
Joeated to auk laaetUaia twraoat la tbe ear
Deitihle ivtb day ef tirrsehrr, A. IV, ISSl
CHkHLOTTK A. WUITUIOOli. Ix-roLtt
After year oroeiwace la trarMas; taatra
neaui Haate. I will proa at foa aor laror wlik
tDTeitr00" "J 01 '
' DAILY PRACTICE
eiwW oar tasvrTl.a, tm rmtk limlla waall.
Trackers wUI eave aMorrioordrr tbrlr at seat
Book of a Uae-lbird of of aarkrd artee oa
reetaaer to every oae. Ls-ave orders, aaaloe
ibor. al ajr aaac rooao, 14 oraad asoaar.
Weaukeasoeriallraf tearklar lo'tswrWoeed
teaebrr bow to lesrk.
Address ae at leu Brady St, Dawr rort. la.
"ltd. O. MliBkalt
r.aTM i'im M ap ,t.t a
Sluai r il Immu. m a. I a. . .
.''ml . as.. eMnmrB
O .Hj I. lrr Musi.. m,-MmmMit rna
SAJHiSS lUtTMCCU.. ia I , (a aVAdTlii,
TearnorTiodby aaapletwboMie aad ra
ta' I trad. Ws are Ike lorsvjat aaaaaiartaror la
oral solas weld,
eetasta.. etc Forrsnas srlSraas
CkBTABBIAc BtrO. 00
Protect Your Eyca.
MAJUOH OPTICAL CO.'S
C;c:toc!c3 und Era Gk::c3.
2rr l ww scuiti'ihii.in
!fa?f.I.JtC?'t','T' M" sttrtstset
stH hm T dU llltll . kaAtlallal..a..
astlsal tssaaajawk, rtr -. . laaaafc.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Bets.
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
WCall aad era oar Ua.
No. 103, 103 and 107 East Second 8t
J. B. ZEMMEE,
"THE VTELL KSOWX-
Has jstt retamrd from Europe aad arouM bt fleaard t ae l i. u. '. at
bi place nf liKiaraa ia
Star Ijloce, OrrortTK II autkk I!oik.
FALL AND "WINTER SUITINGS
f ir ll l ksee tantra rrrs-.4.
J. T. DIXON,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine W.x!cns.
1706 Second Am tc
C. J. W. SCUKElEIa,
-Contractor and I3uiltJcr-
House and Sign Painter.
P. O. Bot
raear Haactaf .
Offloe aad Baop Coraer Srveatecatk 8t,
and BetraaU Avraue.
ear-ailkladaaf ArtterV ao-, eprvturv.
s ,toii. 4 oo
fSsrtinar ssOaiwoOse a SoJcer)
Contractor and Builder,
8hop TLInl aTenni, betwe-n 10th and llib Btreo-t-,
(f red K-a a M Stand )
0AU klads Of Carrartitar otk and frpeiriae d.iwa rUOafirtkna rvarai l.v
0". 2iaC OBCISISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AivrcrvBta or ciacuu asp Bisrcirs
Ask jmu Orocs for Urta. Tare are krwt
tay-SpotlaKa! Tke Cartoty "OYiTEa aad lb Ckrssty "WArBa"
17. rr. nnni.rr!a3iiiib
Ko. SrtTsraaUddA Btrsei. aext ta Coarad rickaekW. jrooer,. Rotk Ulaa4
E00TS ADJD SHOES,
rtaatekaaatatrl. Abs as... ....... tf .,n1
DAVIS & CO,
A li H ar
rip. It rag, Gtxsils. l'uu.
Ilira, Kir- lUU v. Ki.
Saale Ajirsn .
DEAN STEAM PUMFS tri
SIGHT FEED LUERICAH.Pi
STe eaaiaaaio i p mmv pmyrl a. . ( .
TweMf eeye (not, t s.mi ..
Hafei Hraliae b-.iUrs a.t '.,.-
faratabtac a4 letie H:.s.
hra.T 1 ,w
KI? r,i,t I vi
11 v I ..
Telewaoae lies, k'oiwiirr .; . i
sit THE TAILOR,
a tmafto iiis
IfOS Seoond a'titi".
IloCC InLAKIi. UX.
COMl'LETK IN MA.
For CataWas Adinea
J. C. DXT9CAN.
icoeK isuisn. ill.
Bboa Foartk Ave. .. aad f M S'a.
: : Rock I-lamJ.
waste So, au tTvf 4 batida.e