Newspaper Page Text
BILL NYE TA PS HIS BRAIN
HE ANSWERS SOME CURIOUS QUES
TIONS FROM ANXIOUS INQUIRERS.
Editorial nights to nestdhead Tickets.
Fast Railroad Time and AimmIm
Iob) of Hrm- -Some Pointer, on Deese
InHi and aa Anfoe;rph Alhnm Vena.
ttonrrlsht, 1", by rMs-ir W. Nye.J
The followin;? letters of inqniry are
waiting unsworn, and 1 lixfti'n to tenure
myself with tlio corwpomli tits byre
plying thronifh tho ctwtoin.try channel
In order that Hi funeral public mar
thn Bhare in tlie w-nehm ot a well stored
mi ml and t Ii pnuont research of a life
Ren!xn P. Own, of Waushara, Wis.
writes us follows: 'Wilfl ynn tell 1110
whether I ought to attuc the theatre
HHK RAISKD THE HATCHET.
inanaKr referred to personally or
through the pitpers? Six weeks a;o a
theatre nmnagpr told lue th;it if I wonld
notice his theatre each week I would be
entitleu to two tii'Uec.s at his house. I
ntihlish a miiihII hut mim mu Niiritrlif.lv
weekly paper here called The Waushara
ikuukk. 1 xx or me ineatre pleas
antly, but for aix weks conld not get
away to Chicago to sie the play, ns ray
boots was not yet completed.
"Niiflit liefore Iimt I went in 11ml trviV
twelve eiple, as I reipirded myself as
entitled to two tickets per week for the
Hi weeKs. ,Imli;e of my Bnrprise when
I waa met irrtimv nr the tv.iv timet, hi- a
man who Hiieerint;ly gnv luetwo tickets
oniy ana loid 1110 to move on. My
friends thus had to pay $ IS for tickets,
besides car fare, as I had came away
ui prepared to meet such nn exigency,
feeling certain that I wonld lie treated
right when I got there. Now, should I
attack him personally, or give him a
cutting editorial in The Tidings? Tell
me as soon as you can, as I ou-ht to at
tend to it right away, before the matter
Yon nhould write him a scathing let
ter, print a highly abusive editorial at
a. I a , . ...
me same nine, ana tuen attack lnm with
brass kllUcks on the follmvinr. wnnim.
It has been held by the supreme courts of
Massachnsetts and Nebraska that a
weekly or a daily notice of a theatre or
: 1 t . , . . .
nuirutui is cumnianve, anil entitles
the noticer to the aggregated increment
of cumulative notices. For example, if
a paragraph soothing to a railroad be
gooa ior a pass, a repetition of the sooth
ing paragraph would entitle the noticer
to still auother ikum and so ml Th..
fore if yon hod choseu ti ruiain at home
au me year, and mention the theatre
regularly and in a friendlv W1LV flililv
yon would be entitled at the end of the
year to wnat might be called a Wau
shara dav at the theatre, with uinvunm
Yon conld also have the house perfumed
with crab apple blossom, and soft voiced
ushers wonld come aud bathe your heat-
Now, knowing the law aud your rights
in the rase, tiotbimr reinuins for nm 1.,
do bnt to attack the manager and make
iuiu wiMn mai ne nai reconsiderea the
matter before he had so rashly consented
- v 1
w 00 mm.
f. u. 14., Amherst, Mass., writes to
know (1) what is the fastest railroad time
made in America. 3. Also whether it is
proper for a wife in the absence of her
uuHoanu 10 ma a hen for dinner, and
whether it does not coarsen one to do so.
1. The fastest time made for one mile
aotaras 1 know was 50x seconds: Edward
Osmond, engineer. The fastest ten miles
was made on the Lake Shore and Michi
gan Southern by a locomotive conveying
un, rugmc 10 ning rmg; time, 8 min
utea. It was done in Fehrnnrv. 1S71
The fastest time for 111 miles was made
in 1881: time, 98 minutes. It was on
the Canada Southern, and was the occa
aion of the conveying of Mr. W. H. Van
derbilt, whose flippant remarks aud low
estimate reuardinir the rmlilic
cause of the deepest shame and sorrow
m me pan 01 tne pUDiiu.
Z. A woman may or may not kill a
hen, as she may deem proper, Mr. McAl
lister says, bnt she should not mutilate
it throuch tenderness of ln.nrr I m.
- knew of a beautiful society lady who
iosi ner nnsiuina ly death. Ho caught
2old while sittiuir no at
Kge shirt waiting for his wife to come
ooiue rroiu one or the I'atriarch balls in
New York. He died quite suddenly,
leaving his beautiful wife almost wholly
unprovuieu ior. l he life insurance com
puny hurst with a loud rejiort as he
breathed his last, aud so she wa left alone
in ew ork with no meaus wliateveT,
and as she sewed some new gamps into
her rich, decollete party dresses the
eady t"ars rolled down her beautifully
Driven at last by the pangs of hunger
ho decided to kill a hen, of which she
had seven in her own right on the death
of her husband. It was a Bad sight to
see her in her heavy. Ion;; crope veil,
which was soou covered v Ui burdock
burrs, chusiug u liu-nt ji-.hwart
the buck lot. No one coulu with dry
eyes view the onco proud ;md hanghty
society leuder chasm,' tlib frightened
fowl with a cistern pola tlirough the
t:in-y Wd, whil-j the mischievons-breeze
caught up her draiiery. and flinging it
far and wide gave tilting visions of
hand embroidering aud lislo thread
aocka and pantalettes with costly ruch
ing around the edges.
Many who saw her turned sway to
hide their swift falling and scalding
tears. At last sho disabled the hen, and
led her to tho block, where an obtuse
hatchet was ready to behead the poor
and somewhat senile fowl. Twice she
pat on her pink palm and grasped the
weapon, only to give it tip again. Twice
he gathered her strength, bnt the fowl
appealed to her so powerfully that she
turned away. The third time sho raised
the hatchet sho held in her right hand to
take the life of the hatehit she held in
her left, and closing her eyes, with
a faint groan, sho brought , down the
shining blade with idl its force, cutting
"ft the l.ik of the pix)r hen just back of
the front teeth.
With a shriek of airony the great so
ciety leader went to her room and flung
herself on the bed. After taking a long
draught from a beautifully lacquered
tar jug holding about a gallon she be
came calmer. The hen was found years
after half way np tho rain water pipe of
a deserted chateau, and was recognized
by the absence of n bill and the amal
gam filling in one of her wisdom teeth.
All Baha, Cairo. Illinois, writes to ask
how long it takes to prorly digest the
food we most commonly eat.
That depends of course on what Ali
most commonly eats. Patti de foi gras
requires three hours and fortv-five min
utes. Roast canvasback duck, stuffed
with olives and followed by a ahort,
crisp speech on the tariff, require, over
four hours for-digestion. Roast beef re
quire three hours; Mft boile..' eggs
three honrs. Also hard boiled or tried
oa both aides, or "blind iu both eyes "
aa Mr. McAllister so naively puta it fax
his great work on society as "he found
it, suffering from exposure. -.
From age de brie requires three hours
and thirty minutes, baled hay one hour
and twenty minutes, custard pie three
hours; potato top greens with pig s jowl,
a la Delmonico, requires two hours and
eighty minutes; milk two hours and fif
teen minutes, homemade bread made
during the honeymoon three weeks.
an '1 food made from celestial recipe
twenty-four hours, chicken sauterne two
hours, chicken passe three hours, chicken
alum-ode two and three-fourth hours.
Lidla Rookh, Et Friendship, Rhode
Island, asks: "1. When is the proper time
to put on a fnll dress suit, and what
shonld my wife wear when I am dressed
in a fnll dress snit? 2. What will a full
dress suit cost? 8. Should one wear full
dress on communion Sunday unless in
good standing in the church? 4. You
must mix np a good deal with the best
society in New York; is there as much
drinking there as we read about? 5. Is
there any way of removing a birthmark
or superfluous hair? tt. Who wrote 'Beau
tifnl Snow? 7. Where can I get Ella
Wheeler Wilcox's Poems of Passion?
8. W hut is good for sleeplessness? 9.
What woidd l a good verso for an
1. The proper time to put on a dress
suit is dinner time, according to the best
usages, though if we have a picked np
uiuner, ana in tno middle or the day, 1
often omit the fnll drens and come down
in the same suit whicn I have worn in
the forenoon while breaking steers or
doing other light household work. Din
ner dress contemplates, however, that
the dinner Bhall not bo earlier than 6
o'clock. People who eat dinner promptly
when the noon whistle blows rarely
wear full evening dress at dinner, for
tuey would have to again shuck them
selves before they could mmine their
plowing. Nothing is in worse taste than
the custom of plowing or husking corn
tn tun dress. If you have just Pur
chased a new dress suit, you will proba
bly wear it a little earlier in the day
than yon will nf ter you have had it some
time. Do not lie too eager, however, to
wear jt, ror it is very poor taste indeed
to wear full dress at dejunay or at mass.
Your wife should also wear full dress
when you do unless she should prefer to
remain out of sight. The wife's full
dress may consist of lace overdress with
waist and skirt, or skirt anyhow. Some
wear a corsage in place of the waist, and
filled in with illusion, thongh it is more
common to scorn all efforts at illusion
and be perfectly frank, open and above
noara. At hrst your wife will hesitate
about appearing in full dress, but by re
sorting to stimulants she will overcome
this natnral reserve and converse with
2. A full dress suit will cost you the
price of a good cow at least, say from
75 to $im, though the former price will
give you as good satisfaction if done by
a good honest tailor as the latter. In
England yon can get one of equally good
quality for 6, and there will be enough
extra cloth in the suit to make your little
boy a nice overcoat
BREAKING A STKBR IN A DRESS SUIT.
8. One should not wear a full dress
rait or Jilow one's nose on a black silk
handkerchief at the communion table.
It is vetre and vis-a-vis. Even if you
are in good standing yon v.iil look bet
ter in a black frock coat, y.Jk rat and
trousers of some dark material. The
same rule will apply to immersion.
Never try to attract attention by being
immersed in full dress. A yonng lady
acquaintance of mine obtained remission
of her sins, and while being immersed in
a full dress Crape de Sheeney of elabo
rate workmanship caught cold in one uS
her lungs after being all het np by walk
ing to tne river, being a little In-hind
time and now coughs like everything.
4. No; there is far less drinking in
New York ttian generally reported, so
far tin (rood societv is conceml In nn.
set, which really has a great influence in
mowing me customsof Europe, we rare
ly drink to excess. Now and then we
take a glass of beer with our victuals or
drink a little bitters in the spring of the
year, but most of us can drink nr va rain
let it alone. We seldom let lionor tret
the liest of. us. and some rf m iln tint
drink at all. I think I nsA lpRa nrwl loaa
of the vile demon every year. I hate to
pui an enemy in my mouth that will not
give me the use of mv own brain fni-
more than an hour or two a day.
o. iru may remove a birthmark by
using a Btnmn nuller. bnt vnn ninul nu
discretion with it or you will give your-
eu newness pun. The same is true of
superfluous hair. Yon
but in digging up the roots or blowing
ineia one witn dynamite great care mast
be used not to hurt the nnrea nf tlio lrin
6. A verv cood verse to writo In on
album, I think, would be something
like the following:
Go, little booklet, co.
Bearing each honored name.
Till eTerywhere Uat jrou hare went
They're glad that you hare came.
It Tonr Hon u on rlra
Yon put water on the burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if vou have
catarrh you should attack the disease in
tne Dlood, not in the nose. Remove the
impur. jause, and the local effect
idea. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, the grent blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cure catarrh. It
also strengthen! the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
When vou eo to collect a hill
lieve VOUT debtor tw heeanan th .had
U palled down; that's only a blind.
Hold it to the Ligat.
The man who tells vnn nnfldn .
tiallv lust what will enra vmir pnM ia
prescribing Kemp's Balsam this Tear. In
the preparation of this remarkahln medi
cine for coughs and colds no expense ia
pared to combine only the best and
purest ingredients. Hold a bottle of
Kemp's Balsam to the light and loot
through it: notice hrhrht clear Innh-
then compare with other remedies. : Price
oK5 and 91.
In the pursuit of the otmn thlnmi r
lhis world we anticipate too much; we
o out me neart ana sweetness of world
ly pleasure bv delightful forethmifrht nf
them. The results obtained from the nan
A Dr. Jones' Red Glover Tonic far exceed
11 claims. Iteurea rlvsnnnaia and all
itomach, liver, kidney - and bladder
troubles. It ia a perfect tonic, appetizer,
blood purifier, a sure cure for ague and
malarial diseases. Price, tH cents, of
Hard Coal Hark. .
$7 75 per ton for beat anthraelt rnial
11 sizes, delivered within oitv limits. 25e
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black.
$4.50 and Cannel coal 96 per ton delivered
cartage added on all orders for leas than
one ton; carryieg in 25c per ton extra.
S. O. FKAXJUt.
9100 Bawar 1100.
The readers of the Abods will be pleated
to learn that there is at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to tan
in all iu stages, and that ia catarrh.
Ball's Catarrh Cure ia the only positive
care now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment Hill's
Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood had mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of tbe disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and ssslstiog uaure in doing
its work. The proprietors have to much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that it fails to cure. Send for list of tes
P. J. Ciikknkt & Co., Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Tbe man who joins an assessment in
surance company ctn take a melancholy
pleasure in thinking of tbe many thai
will mourn his death.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuffs are
unpleasant as well as dangerous. Ely's
Cream Balm is fa'e, pleasant, easily ar.
plied into tbe nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the nasal passages and heals
the in Aimed membrane, giving relief at
once. Price 50c.
Any man, no matter how lazv, can get
into the habit of work, by", donning a
Tbe question has been asked, 'In what
respect are St. Patrick's pills better than
any other?" Try tbem. You will find
that they produce a pleasnnter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and that tbey not only physic, hut cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
box by Harts & Bahnsen, druggists.
You would think there is a premium
offered for fools. There are sominv who
lose no opportunity for being foolish.
"Hie most obstinate cases of cstairh are
mired by the use of Ely's Cream Balm,
the only agreeable remedy. It is not a
liquid or snuff, it is essily applied ' to tbe
nostrils. For cold in the head it is mag
ical. It g ves relief at onse. P.ice 50
Men who for years have been soflV-ring
with a distressing a flee: ion of the back or
kidneys have been immediately relieved
and permanently cured by tbe judicious
use of Silvsilnn Oil, tbe great psin cure.
Apply according to directions.
should be displayed in buying medi
cine above all thins. In selecting a
remedy for any disease, yon should be
positive that it contains nothing inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient in a
much worse condition, than before
S 3 S
la purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take it with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
Dr. S. E.
(Late of CiDcinntti, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located is
In tbe past six month he ha acceaflfally
of tbe moot aevera charartpv.
The names of a few who live In Uavenport anl
TlCiflit V. Who halVf hn aniwoaafiiTIv u
171 VP n hlnv
Mr A I. HHtn Ura Va. tP.AK -I t
MlM LlZZIH Vtnro aUa U-.I i a.!
Miss Anna Darin. Mr Wm Sunkeyf, ncrofnla; Mrs
" a-iiii I fv; laci laiarru:
m p uj w ai a mm timer, heart diaciHe
Mr Nimnal 4lui.oa i1d .a aa . .
iviairniiail. 111 JCan BUQUlDfi UltfM
Mr In tail Votj i 7 nfles
- t -j -'--. a. v aa a UVHIURUU
ThtAe ars at vipv fnw rxt tka . ii
- ------- . " ' . aiinitv U-numuilIBIB
th llia"tnr hia irnt ik... -u i. . .
mw am vilBUUU W SHOW Wllal
can t done by one who thoronuhly anderetands
IDf "IttlM SnI traatnii.i.1 li
L9f lASa nf Uanhuul . 1 n 1 . .
vjZ' b, .iiiiiuii vv widcii, ana
errors of Youth, poo it We iy and uermauenUf
:9VPom1!IaT .n Mu a.l .L.. .
eared. Correspoirdenre accompanied by 4 in
tamps promptly answered
Office McCnliouRb's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
'Jo Whom it may Concern.
tarm a Ti laltiO r.f . . . . . . .
v Vi tur uiity coun or fine a isl
and county, sute of JUinots. the undersigned, as
Kiiarumn oiMsry nn Jee, aiiza I ee, Geortre Lee
KoottrtT. Lee and Florence J. Lee, r.-miden.- ol1
ramun.ii ;, nU U1I1KIT COIlUren OI W UIIHm
deceased, will apuly to aaid court for leare bvell
the t estate, title and interest of said minora in the
following Patatil aiioiaitarl al . n .
orla. state of Illinois, to-wit:
Tbe undivided one fourtbof the northwest quar
ter of section five, KJ, townblp ten, flO, north
ranire sit (h I Mt nf th r.ih ..t.i
lim " piiuvipail IIICOUIIII,
except 2& acres in tbe northeast corner of said
nilBtrtaar aartlnn autii .-nil..!. in v i
-. j nffiiaxatntu Will ire Plliie IOT
the purpose of otherwise investing the proceeds of
lilt MBtla tt auiM m i.... .... . i , . ,
iu i i " i i ,,, mitsrcsi, in saia tanas.
w riiiu, iMiuuis, noveinoer7Ui, low.
AUDtttniiji uaaraian as aforesaid.
NERVE AK3 ERiiH TBEJTMEKT.
SpiSc for Hrrtwla, t,(ujne. Fltn N-i!mlL'ia Wakr
luliiA, tintal th-pivKuou. h.ltriHnr.-ir t(i- Itraiii re-
duh. Pmnatnre Old Aw. I: .rnaiiu-s. .. M w
IniMtnar ax. Involuntary 1 .j.-, u. Upti innloi iha
l kf er,otil of ih.. I.rai i. K-ir-,bu ur
2.,;;,!Mi'.,,',!0, ;:", bo " 'iB-oi.sliw.iilbV irVa:-
enamiv. lo i-Mii,cl tttm , ir the lrt.nmfnilu.71w
can,. uuaranu Juat.1 a,,d p.nu on7, J,, w
Draremts. Bole Agents, corner Third avenge and
Twentieth street. Hock Island 111.
id "H-Kl-ASTIo ROOP1H0 PELT coat only
.0 per 1U0 sqnare feet. Makee a good roof
tor year, ano anyone can put it on. Bend alamo
for sample and foil particular!.
Gun Elastio Roormo Co.,
SS and 41 Went Broadway, Nw Tobk.
Local agent wanted.
JxiSi-'"? 7T,Ur M V ADJUSTABLE FORM
and a good form. For particulars address
ELGIN CO R8ETCO
luvaa Sraarr. , ELOIN, IIX.
trade and then starts
them In railroad service.
Bend for circulars. .
. VALENTINE BROS .
TtiU KOCK ISLAND
Ik a const! rational and not a local disease,
:md therefore It cannot be cured by local
implications. It requires a constitutional
i-emcdy like Hood's Harsaparilla, which,
aorUng tlirough Oie blood, eradicates the
Impurity tvhirh causes and promotss the
'tlsease, and effects a permanant cure.
Thousands of people testify to the success
'if Hood's Sarsaparilla as a remedy for
atarrh when other preparations had fafled.
Hood's Sarsaparilla also builds up tbe who)
iiystem, ad makes yon feel renewed ia
'Health and strength.
N. B. If you decide to try Hood's Barsa
; jerilU do not be induced to bny any other.
loldnydralita. ti ilx forfS- Praparad only i SoM by dranruta. fl; aizfnrrv. Prvaaredanry
y :. I. IKMiP a CO.. Apotbeearlea, Lowell, ataas. I ty V. I. HiHD a OJ, apotbecaiin. LoweU. If aw,
IOO Doses One Dollar I 100 Doses One Dollar
Eatate of Thomas Shea, Deceased.
Tb nnderaigtied having beea appointed ereca
or of the last will and tenumeut of Thomas
Sbei, late of the connly of Hnck Ixlaiid, state
of ill: noi, deceaeed, hereby gives notice that be
will a iipear before the county court of Hock Inland
count , at the o!Bce of tbe clerk of said court. In
the ci y of Kock Inland, at tbe December term, on
the flrtt Monday in J.'ecember next, alwMca time
all pefvona having claims agaluat said eatate are
notitba and reqiueted to anend, for the purpose of
bavin; tbe same aUJuat4ML All persotat Indented
to sai I eMate are reqneated to make Immediate
pavm -lit to tbe aDderrigned.
Dt -d this 17ti day of October, A. D.. 1 0. '
l'IBKCB KaANK. Kxccutor.
JX EOUTOR'S NOTICE.
B tate of Henry C. Whltriiure. deceased.
The andersii;iied, having been anpointed ex
ecutrit of the lust will and tentamem of Henry C
Whiir Kl'e, late of the county of Kock Inland, mate
of Illi iois, dereaned, hereby gives notice thai he
will a lpcar bef ore the county court of Rock Ul
audct unty, at 'be office of the clerk of aaid
conn, in thecity of Kock Island, at the January
term, m the First Monday in January next, at
which time all persons having claims against
said t Plate ar-i notiSed and requested to at
tend I or the pnrpose of having the sane adjust
ed. All persoi: indebted to said estate are re
qneoti d to make immediate payment to the aa
derslaied. Os. n this 11t!i day of November, A. D imo.
t'HAKLOTTE A. WHITKIlMiK, Kxecutrlx.
STA TK OP ILLINOIS, I
HlC C CKTT. ("
To lb - January Term A . 1891. CiicuitCourt,
of at in County, In t'haiKerv.
J.-seph MrKcynolds complainant, vs. Hnch slc
K.yiolds. Carrie McKevnolds. Moses 1 WtW.
Kr. i ton R. We'la. Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
li. kir.lon. E:igene A Lancaster, John C. Car
roll, Abraham rtrauss, Hutm UonlmaD, iinon
Yon.lorf aud Rdwin Rom. delendauu Fore
cltKMire. To t ic iHm t anted defendants, Orlo W . R'ch
anlsor and Knu ne A. Lancaater. Notice is here
by ui en mat t'ls above enlill 4 cause Is now
p n. ii g in said man amiust yoa and tbe other
di-feurisnle aoovo uam. 0. that a nu,niooln chan
cery h s been Iskued therein siraiast yoa dire, te.t
to the -'heriff of raid county to execute, returnable
to the Isnuary Term, IMil, of said court, lo be
beKUB ind bnlden at the rourt bouae in the eli.
of Hor I'laiul lii said county on ihe Brat Mondav
of Jsnnar), next, at which time and place yoa will
i'i " "' .
Kuct Inland. Illinois. November U 1HM
Ui OIU4B W. UAMBLE. Clerk of saW Court.
J.'C so; A Hcbst, Complainant's foiitiKira.
KIT OF ERROR.
STATU Or" ILLINOIS,) Within and for the
VNortb. rn Oraud Division
ui kii t oi'RT. of said stale.
Error to Appeliste Court of Illinois in aad for
tne bo onu lmtr rt.
Annett e tiuver. Kxeentrix of the Estate of Samuel
. uuyer. deceased, Annette Untrr. Bdward H
u r and Annette (Jnyer platntifla In error,
VS. J ihu H. Wtlson. Holmes Haka.. Unin'. M
li. H tkes, William T. Rur.-s. Stephen A. Main,
aivj MHier i . awniiey, 't nomas J. KoDinaoa.
C hai lea L. WaUer. The Rock Inlaad Pair Com-
pauj. Ptiilemo ,L. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell, Wil
liam II. Ucst, Elmore Hunt and Cornelius
W hi acss, Tbe ssld Annette Onyer execntnx nf
the est ale of Han uel S.Unyer, deceased, Annette
tjiiyer, Edward II. Guyer and Annette Guyer hsve
sued o it a writ of error from said supreme court lo
n-vers.- a jim-niei i ooisinca ny said John H.
Wilsor atrsuist said Annette Gnyer. executrix.
etc., A niu tte Unyer, Edward H. Uuyer and Ao-
ie,K- uiver id a eerisin cast tn wn:cn rlolnies
Hakes. Ueoree M. D. Hakes. William T. Klgirn,
Stephen A, Main. Alexander T. heutley, Thomas
J. Kob itson, Chsrles L. Walker. Tbe Rock Inland
Paperi'ompary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornetiua
Lynde, Pbil Wile Hell. William H Gent and Klmnre
w. Hvrat are al-w partiea in the said Appellate
Court 'if Illinois in and for the second district
wnicn aiu writ or error Is now pending In said
Sapreaie Court: and whereas, a writ of Helm
Facias has been duly issued herein, returnable nn
me nni nay 01 me next irm or aaid feupremc
Court, o be holdtm at Ottawa, in said state, on tbe
First Tuesday in Marco, next, according to law;
and, w: K-reas, also, it appears by aflldaviton flle In
the clerk's ofllco of sa.d Supreme Court that .be
said Hi Imes Hakes, GeoreaM. It. Hakes, William
T. Kinpi. Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Bentley
arenon renidenta of the slate of Illinois, and with-
uui me re sen 01 1 lie process tr said Hupreme court.
Now. therefore, you. tha said Holmes Hakes.
George M. D. Hakes, William T. Rigps, Stephen A.
Main. Alexander T. Buntlev. ths aai.i Aefemian..
fn erro r, whose non-residence apiieara as afore-
iu. w ucrcoy ntumeq to oe ana appear before
tne ju li es ot ssld supreme Court, at the next
tenuof aaid court to be bolden at Olta-ea, In said
sia.e, o i tbe First Tuesday in March text, to hear
ine ret oru ana proceeding orontrht into said
Suprenecoorton return of aaid writ of ermea ,id
tbe erro rsansiKned, if yon shall see at, snd further
1.1 no au i receive wnat aaiu court snail order iu this
Dated October Mth, A. D., 1891).
A. II. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i
KOCK IsLAMD COUHTT, fM'
In the Circuit Const In Phanenr
John Pretz. administrator enm testamento annexo
01 me estate ot nancy lavenporl,deceased, vs
tbe UK's Island and Milan -treet Railway Onm
pany, Charles H. ritoduard. J. F. Hnbinaon,
KlmoTs Hurst, Peter Fries aad J. G. Massle.
Orifii si bill.
John I'.-eti. administiator cam testamento an
nexo of the eatate of Bailee Davenmirt i
ceaneu, vs. the Rock Island Milan Street
naiiw.iy ompany. atzra Hiicher. Jnha W.
Slews t, James al. Mrnte-merv. Edwin G
Frszer. Levi Sharp. Frederick Weverhaeuser
Fredeick C. A. Lienkmann, William P. Hal
llgan, I toss Hoodmansee, T nomas 8. Silvia,
loun V. Eckhart and John K. Downing,
Georgt Downing, Sr., James Downing aud
I honu Downing, partners etc aa Downing
Motiia Is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of t He circuit court in and for tbe county of
Rock Isl and in the state of Illinois, entered in the
above ei tilled cat see on tbe Thirtieth I.Otii dav
of September, A. 1)., 1MM, 1 shall on Saturday, tbe
Sixth IS day of December, A. D., 1MM, at the
hour of tea 101 o'clock in tbe forenoon of said
day at tt e north d-ior of the conn bouse in the
city of h ock Island In said connty of Hork Island,
sell, (sn ijectto tlie approval of and cnnnrmailou
by said circuit ciurt.J at public auction to the
bt;be.at liidder or bidders uon tbe terms herein
after an. I in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of s tld dufeixlanl the Kock Island Milau
Street R ulway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of seventeenth street and First
avenne b said city of Rock Islaud t.irongh aud
along tl.esireeta and avenues of aaid cil to a
point at a- near the souths rn limits of aaid city,
and tbei ce over iu right of way and in part over
and a Ion certain roads and highways In the town
of Sonth Rock Island to and over the or dges now
owned by the said city of Rock Island spaunlna
Kock ri' er between the town of hears ana the
town of .d Han. and thence over and along certain
streets aad public grounds in aaid town or city of
Milan tc Iu terminus therein and including the
branch extending from the town of Sears afore
said to the nigh point on tbe bluffs of Kock nter
known a. Black Bawk'a Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company 'a right of way, real
oaiate, leasee, rjed-bed. track, alde-tracka,
switches, iron, ties, engine1 aud station houses,
barns, anHora, rolling slock, cars, horses, ma
chinery, tools, implements and beiongi nua and all
aaid ralbfay company's property, appliance and
appurtenances of every sort, kind snd descnptioo
t now bt lonnlnglo and owned by said
defendai t railway cofffpaiiy. including those now
In the pusseasioB or control of Frederick Haas,
heretoiot a appointed receiver herein, and all such
which m ty hereafter and on or to aurh til. h ac
quired b him, (excepting nevertheless sll moneys
helonuln ; ui said street railway company now in
the band t of aaid receiver and all such as may
arise froi a or grow out of the use of said i ail way
property and franchises, or may come to aa d re
ceiver prior to his surrendering possession of aaid
railway 1 property aa by aaid decree nrovlaed)
together eith all the ris-hu. nrivilers an.1 r.
cbisea of said defendant railway company to
maintain and operate Itneald railway aad carry on
its basin as, aud to maintain and operate IU aaid
railway O'er, along, across and through then reels,
alleys, n .da ana public grounds of aaid city of
Kock lalssd. said town of Milan and aaid tn,n.i.in
of South Kock Island, and over and along the
aaid brid !es spanning Rock river, and all other
tU-bts, p ivilege aad franchises whatsoever be
longing tt . or connected with to aaid railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, proper y,
riehtsant nrtvileees beitur aituated in th room.
of Kock ii land aforenaiu aaid sale being subject
neverthelMs to all liens lor isths trrssst siniei Is.
general special, which may have accrued and as
main thcr mn prior to such sale.
TERM!. Or KALE Ten tknna.MI rlmmnl
dollars In easq down at tbe time of said sale.' and
theremalinlernDOBtBaannroval ana aainuti...
of suchss by said circuit court.' .v
usteu ( rtock Island, llUnots, tblt tb dayfof
Novembe .A D.'lhsO. fc
Ro siver snd Special Master ia Chancery .
Mat ViwrneK U , ,
, , """"l " oupiaiieaiuus
lee Le Diw'a Periodical Pill, of Pans,
guaranteed to accomplish all that Is
r tbe si. TvbeBaedmonthlyfortroables
women Fnll dlractlona with eawh
r box or three I oxea for So. Aassrieaa
syalty prottrietovs, Saewcer. Iowa- 1
Pill Co.. I
ui, Jappa dl Osw. Isaveaaost, u. at aj
"I wed Hood's BanaparUla for eatarrb,
and receired great relief and benefit from tt
The catarrh was very disagreeable, causing
constant dlrebarge from my nose, rlngtna; .
noises in my ears, and pxlns In the back of
my bead. Tbe effect to clear my bead In the
morning by hawking and spitting was pain
ful. Hood's Saroapnrilla gave me relief Im
mediately, while in time I at entirely
cored. I thluk Hood's Ranapaiilla b worth
its weight In gold." Mua. U. B. Gmn, loss
Eighth Street. N.W Washington, D. C
"Hood's Sarsaparilla h.s helped me mora
for catarrh and impure blood than anything
else I srer used." A. Ball, Syracuse, N. Y.
GUICaOO, HOCK ISLAND PAClrlO HAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue and Thirtv-
TRAINS. tLatva. jtAaaivs.
Council bluO. Mmneso-1 n w
U Dav Express.... f ,-50mi 10m
Kansaa Pity Day Express... 6:80 am 10 M pm
Washington Express S:xSpm W.i pat
Conncil Bluffs Mianeso-I ..
ta Express f 70pm lu
Council Hluffs A Onrnha I ...
Limited Vestibnle 17x7. f f":'8 ' 04
' Kansas City Lit.. I ted !10 M pm M :44 sta
ttiolng west. tOotngrant. Daily.
BOKLISGToN Rt.UI E-O, B. f. KAIL
way Depot First avenue aad Sixteenth at
M J. Yonng, agent.
TRAINS. Lv I .naiva.
Ht Los is SI press ' a ain litui
Pu Luuis Kxi.rcn t T 3-i pm T IM pm
Ht. Psnl Express :npm f Mia
MeardslowB Pansenirer t rApri 10:u
Way KrelLht (Monmouth)... :! t:5tipni
Way Freight (Httrlln.) IS rwi pm 10 : 10 sm
Bteriing Passer.geT 7:laml 6:8 pm
Dubnoae 10: am SSpai
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAl'L kAIL
way Kscine Southwestera Division De
pot Twertleth street, between First and Second
avenue. B. D. W. Holmes, ai-ent.
TRAINS. Laava. Aaarvc.
Mail and Kipixs. S:sb Sftii..."
bL Paul Kxpe-ss :16i-n li sai
el A Acrua mint at i .a :iM;.n lilli.au,
Scene siodHtior T g- ansni
ROCK INLAND rKOHIA RAILWAY DB
not First avenue aud Twentietii atrect. F
11. Kock well. Ayent.
THAINt. I"'- A"iva.
Fsst Mail Express StiAsm " 7:" pia
Express.... ?i.m 1 '.Hi pro
Csliie Arcnmmndstuin to sin: 1 hh )m
) im S:(S am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East acd South East
I uoisa wasv.
a 15 am
Iv R, Isl'd ar
1 an on
8 hb am
. i pm
tr. .Orion. .Iv
t I D.
S 57 db-
a an am
1- Sr ,au
6 17 pm
4 . pm
111 IS am
10. M am
i0 no am
A 16 am
11. n pm
II. M am
7 sn no,
6 45 am
it. Louis. Mo! 7 5.1 pm
. .tn am
s 15 am
a IB nm
I. no i
7 4!S Dai
Passenger trains arrive and depart from I' a ion
Accommodation train Waves Rock Island
P; m. arrives at Peoria t xn a. m leaves Peons
r. . "'"tr iniapa na, B. m.
:t) 31 am
11 Oil am
Lv. Bock I-land.
5 4il pm
Aeiom. 4 'I Ac. Aecnia
' Kock isiand.
S.lii am IS so pmi S.4S pm
7.10 11 1 45 nm: 4 nl t.m
8 IB am x.OU i,m 6,to pat
Chair ear on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria in both dlrecuone
tt. B. SUDLOW, a. STOOTHOUSE.
Superintendent. Geu'l TkC Agent.
Afla e. . I
M'L tra leetrie lighted end
Bie.m heated Vestibaled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, at. Paul aad Minneapolis.
TftA.N"I0,T,',T'A, ROUTE with BleeTie
lighted and Steam heated Vestlhnled trains be
iween Chicago and Council Bluffs, Omaha or
St. Paul and tha Pacific ihm
GRT NATIONAL ROUTE between Ohicao
-ass wi.j auu ow trjm:aA, so.
871)0 MILE OF ROAD reaching all pritM-lsxl
polnu ta Illinois Wisconsin. Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri, boulh Dakota aad North Dakota.
Formana Km. .,.. . . . .
- inn i pmmEW inn
. l?V.r?U!-' M1!' to ,ha ns-west stsitou agent
of thaChtcafn. afilsranir a a, u...i u-.ir
to any railroad agent any where in Ike world. '
KUOV.S.LI. MILLER, A V. H. CARPENTER,
.,.MNM(iu, am i raea.at a. Agt.
IsT For tnfnrmstlna tn mImmm .
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee
t r"l Kailsray (tompany. write to H. Q. Han
gen. Land oomnuasionor Milwana.se. Wisconaiav
-ALL einds of-
done. A apedalty of fnrnlablng al) kinds
of Suryes with Castings ot 8 aaau
A MACHINE SHOP
hae beea added where aU kinds of machine
work will be done Brat -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN. "
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Block, So. M Soth 8u Rock Island.
Havtnft nnrcnassd a eArnl.i. nM. t-..-
ina ft-ooua. with K... . . .... .
having aaenred the aervirea of Mr. Geo. E. Ke.il.
of Chicago, an axpert funeral direcbsr aad csv
baimer of M years experience, I am f ally pre
pared to guarantee aauafaction.
anpu one ilia.
U O. D. rmm trmm W Vss.
V.,. jT?'"",rL assa Sn. sump far mm 1
slaiwj tatalaraayoa ran snd tsnput a Am bet!np
mm; waMasiie4t-hnr saa.asn4nM.pn
adtq.aiy-mnMh,. V. .ila.b tad Uwsn.
anialai af apaolrlsttas ataaasa. aaoa S. f .. a.
- ' "-n.nmUn.a.
Protect Your Eye3.
MARION OPTICAL CO'S
. Improved CrrstslHasd'
4 avd M - t w. . j .a:a.
P rtraf-ia, esMmi mm Oirte TnT
at. 1nr ar mtiim sM m fciii aw . la a , a
NQVEMllfcR 124, 1830.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
UIAS. XV. YKUBUHY, Man,Kr.
ROLL IN RUICK,
!Succ.Mr i AdaniHon A Rairk,
Shop NintrMnth. St, i-t.
Gens-ralJobbing aud Kcjairing promptly don.
tvnd Hand MarhitiMry boitsht, vld and rpaird
F r Ladies" Fine Shoes in all the near styles aaJ paitrrn.
For Lsiiit a' Fine Party 8lia-rs In new an. I catchy shaira.
For Men's Patent Leather, Cordovan and French Calf ta orar fall stjl a
STABY, BERGER & SNELL,
Second and Uarriaon 8ia. Successors to O. M. Scbtnult. I)4Wa(ssrt
-as lavsavsn a-
which Snea its arark In a thoroeca Banner.
VSS1 1 thA.na.1.1 nniM ik. .t J . -
all ohooiloan smells, for saia at Saail Knehier's
Paira 60 Cxirrs rxa Horrut.
THE KOLIKE SAVIIGS 6ABK
(Charted fcv Us Letnsiatare of IlltaKMa.)
MOL1NK. - IL.LS.
Opea dally fr.sai A S.t t P. M , aaxl naTsM
nay and aatarasr aveaiaa-s rms 1 tat
Interest allowed on LVpoaits at the rate
of 4 per Out. per Annum.
Deposits received ia amounts of
f 1 and Upwards.
The p rivals peanertr of tne Trasts la tfpoa.
slots ta the oepoaiusea. Tbe asVers are BnAii-
. ai7s ns bsosv. aiiaare
as! aaarrled aroaana prone tad by ssssrtal raw.
- -- " , twiaa-m, , v-aaa-
van Saiaaaa. ice Prs-KUat; c. W. Itcaaavar,
Tnosrana: II. W, trhsvlork, porter aktaner,
C. r. Ht-BMlwar, J. Hilss la-aa, O. It. Kdsrerta,
niraa Dsrlia, A. A. W rural, 1. . aU-ato. L.
av, aj, ., . w lutiauiaffa.
iar I ne only chartered astviafB KsaJl ta HuCk
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
At as tha nf S mar da vs mailt thw asnra rsKr
lhaa dantw lasaataaaa sad anuvavxlas. Twtaa
atom id aiMn naui ansa, nsyin. g.mm m r huaa
sartna and tos rmrj bant ... taaWlnis attasaKiraaa
JSV An Uinntan m4 M -mmr i.rt ir.l. it, Us. amine.
tni l Vi la Uu. and - - j j and as
Kaass,lamesnr. rVa, an tfw I-1aod aod
srffl w frsntd a aaallli sail laiasly IB i tvassT
1st nhl'a u saMrt.
ma ih inaa, a f,s- inn snast .
ur m ass thn a. ..at a ana m wna sjaal
" - ' 1 ' . 1 1 U
lei i iifiili m aa.yniiaal I n ail .
J. M. BUFORD.
tms) add Ptra and Tlwa-craad
LOSSES PROItUTLY PAH).
sssrnsTrin ..,, aaat aaosal
, - loss- aatnsn. tmmmh-..I
"aWOaaaa as Aja Mna.
-J. M. GA8PARD,
. m mw t,aaa4
a snanwd hn fresa Iajartoaa brags.
4 TjansK ntanarnaaas
jfr aaadsT! saal
C-JV 1 J lasiaaa Asa.
yV S CHICACO.
Tbey have got It.
It will make your borne happy.
It will not (as or smoke.
It has large ash pan.
It has heavy steel boJj.
It keeps Ore all night.
. t. .1 - a . f . . , . .
"w xiauurn prouirciiusi oi moucrB liroea.
We invite yoa to call ami eiamiae our
immense line of Riverside Rtovee and Rang.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.
Affl GAS Mil
AUD DBALKm IH-
and Cast Iron and Lad Til
fackin;;, tSwt.ran.l Drain Tile.
8tm and Oas Fixtar-.i.
sftktl fair nTm Eatimalra funnans-d
and shop 18th 8t. Trlcone UfJ
Rock Island, 111.
Rock Island, 111.
First and Scond Avenn,
A. D. HUESiNG
nVntiasnu. aavotx other lase-tned and art II-
avosra riNisstaraaceUnsaravakos be foitasraac:
rtoyat InaaTaaee naaanaar. of Kariaad.
nerhsatee fltv laa. i scanf of N . .
Baaaastli na.a las.a.. Ha Sain. N. V.
Koraester (srrsaaa Ins . aorkMat, n. T.
itssnM las obl, of Pmsisirirh, fa.
sua Ftre iidira. Urfns.
l atoa laa. l..o t-al.fnraia.
Seeanlf ins. I'i Nrsr H ivssa. CN.a
Mllsraaaee M.Baatrs lua. s . M :taakr. W
tsnssa nre las. isa.or rasa-aa. III.
Office Or. 19th St., and tVcond Ave.
ROTK IHLAND. ILL.
HOIJES Ai LIVES-
By nstae A. . ArasaM-a. the Bosnsse res,
drat UaWaunc Kod araWrs urtearaud
nsrh he krs-aa rvasataMl, ess haasi. Abv ass
avBtser host cssaainHraaed. ansae ia the avast
uwc aa.na.r. .smi.st.iisa a
Beaasa aad ajaanty rtsa i d.
A. r. C1I IOT.
WavSW Tasattma fc. kk l.inanl.
R. R. TICKET
J (Hetahet Assaeaeaa Tarda! BrcsWa ia.iai
llKDFOtD It ATKa TO ALL Pol NTs.
Omen la Adasas trprs
soua auaar ron
Arterttorars asytrhaso la bk.w tmrntrm
'' - tar rt.
DAILY PRACTI' E
Baoha of aa. Osssaird a saesiete.rosi
a. at saasat as every asss. Israee oedssa. oaasl.jr
author, at eav w - - - u. . .
ehera ho to taorh.
Addrnas av. a MUS Brad, at, DavMrpnw, fc
staui. . A. WIUtAACH.
John Volk & Co.,
Bouse Builders. .
Baah. Doors, Bllada. Biding, Plooriot
and .at - - - . .
Islhhssath St, haa. fsud aad Poarta ssVT"
Hut 'A laLAaTD.
Salesmen 17 UU
Tastl sarn ada hv asotrW m arholnasle and rs
" . -s the ianrest aaaanf actaesrs to
uaamssaarsnaad. rsvisM m.
Lj I srafaa, aavia.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
I T7rVMt1 Ces
avs. AivrwiAA UCU3I
CsTCall aad ere oar Hoe.
No. 103, 103 and 107 Eat tWorjrl St..
ilk' t -i
J. B. ZIMMER,
TITst WKLL KMom K
n.s jast rtiart.d from Kurot kni .14 l pbH lo se his frs- '. at
hta place ut ltwiars ia
Star Block, Or-rotinc Ilati rR llortK.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
fur ! f I hire htn reo-lred
K. C. HOPPE.
l U llr T WITZiTJ I.all -i..xt: .
Vila I illi ---rfc-W -X OUIllliyn..
I i, i I 1 - "jr. :' t-rf'
J. T. 13IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Avenue.
C. J. W. SCHIIELNKI
-Contractor nnd Ouilclcr-
CtssM end SfxtaVsio. fanaiih.4 oa all
rs ranni.a.4 ss all rissw of ssask. a. -,,
5.uaa..-vti-,J-ri raw. ....
IHKX ULAXD. ILL.
House and Sign Painter.
rirsttaastlraialsjc aad fa U -.;.
p. o Hot tj.
Oflce aad Shop Cramer sua, K.
aisd Hrsnan irsass.
tsf-An kradsa ArUssW anas a an.ei.ns.
Oss-esaaaf ta tJhlsnsJar a mfUgrrt
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Tllrd a-Mo-, btwra io;h and lltb cirf.
(Pred Korh's t44 maad.)
rAUhfnd. of Cvpeeiunr ork aad re pair in, dsM fUti'aartio. fwara.v.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AJVrACTVfcBX OF CKACKXU ABB EISCtIT.
Ask Jt-ar Oraraar tut Utaaa. ra boot.
I TheChrtotf "OTtTIB"
'37. rj. HERIiITSIIlla
TwUrth Stn m Ut Coarad SckaeiVr's rrocr,. R k Lland.
for Bttiac .
BOOTS ASHTD SHOES,
r ".ksthahBV-.. sUSayyTa.
DAVIS & GO,
Pip-, Hraas GKa, aku ...
no. Fir Brie-i-. Vu
fcsas Aasrsrte fne
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ar.d
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAlOKb
Te raarsab .4ni, , ,. ,
Tsrsi)tlra..s.li,..t. ,m- ..
Hfrty llraoaf tbaiWa aa4 C..t,as.e.
farawklar mi latinp a .t.i. , 1
rVarr P t
.'.11 rrav t.
R.s I -lea 4 I
llaV aisnSlSifs Sat.jSs. !
Rock Iklakd, 111
COMPLETK IN ALL
For OaulooM aUVlrw
J. O. DUHCA5,
as r rsuanh ab.
. T 1 1 I J
1 lHK IManO.
rnsaa..orisM Snt al. kiMtoot Va.idsMS
sas tho twisty 'Wsna1
HOCK ISLAXD. ILL.
1 ai, CTX Ci; CUaaca, IX