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TI115 BOOH IOLAITD AKGUD, TDESDA.Y, NOVEIIBER 25. 1KJ0.
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THINGS SAID AND DONE BY PRO
The. and Kew ea the Farm-The Coaa
ples Problem Taat H- Beea welre
Inventive Gealu end the fntrod settee
of Home Tower.
A complex proMem has ben polled by
inventive gonitis anil tlieinrnxhiction of
labor saving iiuplfmwits. Watchfulness
and training supplant the tA-ltle and
backache, and the slight yonth with
in'" ii .w
HORSE tX'WfJl AND STF.EU
Iflnvwl hands wid alt-it eye acowirilis.bes
inure than ronld a wore of old time hand
van.. Knowledge has snbsti
tnted for hntu.-iu in uncle, or, more ao
niTHtel.r npt-akinif, the maximum of the
former and the luinimmn of the latter
have joined their forces and everybody
is benefited by the nnion. Agriculture
has become a science. The nan with a
cultivator has discovered that a straight
corn row is shorter than a crooked one;
that the time to kill weeds is before they
grow, and that horse power and steel
are more effective instnunenta of culture
than bent knn and finger nuils.
Prof sor Roberts, of Coniell univer
sity, coinmentinsj on the foregoing says
in The American Harden that as he
stood for the firct, time on the prairies of
the Wert and saw a Rani, of six sulky
plows come sweeping straight away
down six mile corn rows, aud realized
that every "liont" meant five acres culti
vated, he could but lixk back to the
time when a ly was given one of those
hoee which were never sharp, and was
BENT KXKTO ANT) FINOER KAILS.
set to digging in that checker board gar
den, or in that inverted, clayey, nn
d rained bl ne grass soil, where a family
of ten boys could find constaut employ
ment for two months. Then the gardens
- were square. Now the garden of the
thinking man is long and narrow, and
everything is planted in straight, long
rows. Then April vm the time selected
to haul otit manures; now these are
spread in the fall; then apple trees were
long wainted with heads high; now they
are better trained; then the fruit was
worm eaten; now insecticides and a
spray pump insnre perfect fruit. Then
apples were dear at fifty cents per bar
rel in "shin plasters." Now three to five
dollars can be realized for the best kinds
of perfect fruit.
Then few opportunities were open for
acquiring that knowledge and training
which lead to mastery; now all doors
are open to those who will. Then one
man's head and another's hand were train-
PLOWTNO ONCK A WARFARK IS TODAY A
ed, often producing two monstrosities.
Now the head and hand are trained
simultaneously; a thousand addd com
forts appear, innocent pleasures spring
up, and the forces of nature are chained
to our chariot wheels. But the end is
not yet; energy in the soil and the plant
never yet utilized awaits discovery and
the unfolding of the laws which gov
Experiment In Wheat Culture.
The Illinois Experiment station reorts
as follows on experiments made in wheat
FTtilizers containing phosphoric acid
generally jiroiluced the mmt effect, those
containing potash the least. Good stable
manure was equal to any other fertilizer.
Drilling wheat in plowed ground has
given better yields than drilling in corn
stalks or drilling in ojwrn ground prepared
with a disk harrow. Rolling the ground
afterthedrillindiil not injure the wheat
. this season, which was a severe one. In
the one trial m.ulo during a senson fa
vorable to wheat nobenedt was obtained
from mulching wheat with straw at the
rate of one and a quarter tons ier acre.
In general, the riifr the wheat the larger
has been the yield from a given numler
of heads, ami the larger the kernels). The
experiments indicate tluvt if the wheat
were rather green shocking and capping
would result in a larger yield than har
vesting without binding.
The Weight of a llytaek.
To ascertain the approximate weight
of a haystack an En(. lish authority says:
Multiply the lt-ngth of the suck by its
breadth, ami multiply the result by ita
height, all in fet: divide the product by
. twenty-sev n, which will give the num
ber of cuhic yard; this multiply by tlx,
if new hay: if oldish, by eight or nine,
and the product will be the weight in
stones. Io measuring the height deduct
two-thirds of the distance in feet from
the eaves to the top.
$100 Rrd S100.
The readers of the Axons will be pleased
to learn that there is at leat one dreaded
disease that science bu been able to cure
In all Its stHges, and that is catarrh.
Ilall's Csiarrh Cure is the ool p iaiiive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly upon the hlood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby desiroving
the foundation of tbe disease, and riving
the patleot strength by building up tbe
constitution and sstisiing nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
fslth In Its curative powers, that they
offer one hundrd dollars for any case
that it fail to cure. 8end for list of tes
J. Cheenky & Co.. Toledo, O
"old by druggists, 75c.
Tbe newboy mnkes sales by keep'ne
his eyes peeled aud the newsgirl by keeps
log hsr eyes appealing.
The question has been asked. "In what
respect are 8t. Patrick's pills better than
any othcrr Try tbem. Tou will Bnd
that tbev produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain In their action,
and that they not only phyBic. but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
box by Hartx & Bahnsen. druggists.
Hartf 1,0,1 sUrast. -7
75 po, ton for 1)etl BnthrBctt8
all sizes, delivered within lty Hmlu, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
4.QUSnd CmiuI nultll . J : J
cartage added on all orders for less than
One tun- errn4r,n l air
1 j a o per ion extra.
E. Q. Fkazxb.
a. V.: - -i. '..
A TUNNEL EPISODE.
This 8a4 Tale Haa m Moral for BrMa.
(rrooaaa to Foader.
Without a moment's warning the craia
plunged into a tunnel. .
There is something frightful in this
suddan change from the garish light of
day to the profound gloom of Cimmerian
- One moment we see flashing past us a
wide spreading landscape on either
hand. All is gayery, animation, abound
ing life. The next moment everything is
blotted from sight. , ?
The noises of the train that came to
the ear with a gentle, diffused murmur,
are now focused into a deafening, terri
ble roar that assails the senses like the
maddened rush of John L. Sullivan into
tbe field of dramatic art.
The timid traveler, with wide open
eyes straining to pierce the horrible
gloom, bracee himself to meet the shock
whose coming he feels with that vague
sense of alarm that is worse than the ab
solute foreknowledge of the impending
The train plunged on into the dark
At high noon of that day Eulet Melone
had wedded Glycerine McCurdy, and
the Wilful pair had started on their
In one of the crowded cars of that
train sat Eulet Mulone and bis lovely
In the spectacle of young wedded love
on its first journey there is something in
expressibly weird and touching.
The manly, protecting devotion of the
young and tender husband, the seraphic
glow on the cheek of the gushing, artless
bride these, with the knowledge that
people are rushing blindly into this kind
of thing every day in the year, move the
thoughtful observer to pensive reverie.
"Were you alarmed, dearest?" inquired
Mr. Melone, after the train had emerged
into daylight again.
"N-not much, , Eulet," answered the
''If I had not been afraid this tunnel
was a short one. Glycerine," he whis
pered, "I should have taken advantage
of the darkness and kissed you, my love."
"Dian t you lass me, dear" exclaimed
the wondering bride. "Somebody did,
half a dozen times!" Chicago Tribune-
Feared to Overdo the Matter.
On Independence day a package of tor
pedoes was given to little Lilian to cele
brate with. After a time she was dis
covered looking for soft uncovered places
between the flagging on which to drop
them. Being asked why she did so she
answered, "So they won't make so much
Black I hear that our old friend Gay
boy has married. Well, I suppose he
has settled down, and now is as true as
the needle to the pole?
White (a professor of natural science)
Yes; with the customary allowance
for outside attraction, of course. Low
A Pointer for Ci
Gentleman Why do you always be
gin to beg on tbe top floor instead of be
ginning at tbe first floor?
Mendicant Well, you see, if I begin
at ttie top floor and am thrown down a
flight of vtairs I can keep right on beg
ging on the next floor. Texas Sittings,
On -Way to Take IU
Mrs. Bnrkev Jonathan Rnrkev. von
stop annoyin your poor old grandpop
or you u git tn supper 'plied to yer.
Jonathan I ain't 'novin bim. He's
coin' t' take a tiill fer hi rhPTimtiz. in'
he a.4:ed me t' blow it down his throat
with my bean shooter. Judge.
A Clear Cam.
"Don't get so hot. You say he's libeled
yon. but then you stop. What did he
"He said I talked like a book."
"That's no libel."
"But he speciiied the book. It was
McAlii-.ter's. New York Sun. '
If Toar Room is on fire
You put water on tbe burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack the disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove tbe
impure cause, and tbe local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Heod's Sarsapa
rilla, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cares catarrh. It
also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood s Barsaparilla.
Psin and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuffs are
unpleasant as well as dangerous. Ely's
Cream Balm is sare, pleasant, easflv apt
plied into tbe nostrils, and a sure cure,
It cleanses tbe nasal passages and heals
tbe inflsmed membrane, giving relief at
ooce. rrlce quc
shoald be displayed in buying medi
cine above all things. In selecting a
remedy for any disease, you should be
pesrMve that it contains nothing inju
rious to the health Many remedies
oa tbe market leave the patient in a
mnch worse condition, than befon
s s s
la rarely vegetable, and perfectly
h armies ; the most delicate child cam
take it with absolute safety. It contains
ne 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, Oa
GUM-EL ASTIO HOOFISQ, FELT eosUonlr
SS.M per 1UU iqnara feet. Make a good roof
for yean, aad anyone can put It on. Send ataup
for sample and fall particular.
Gcm Elastic Boorim Co.,
. SB and 41 Wen Broadway, Ksw Yob.
Local agent wanted. .
To eel) the popular H. K. ADJUSTABLE FORM
COK8KT. It la worn by Ladle wtahtug comfort
and a good form. For aarueulan addreaa
; ELIN CORSET co
RrvcaSrassT, : ELGIN, ILL.
The Owtt 1hMik BuMArfw 1
and Monthly ImRalaritte.
Ladle lias Le Due' Periodica! Pill, of Pane,
r mm : Kuarameea 10 accompiiflb all tans la
elatmeil for t hm IV. Km 1 1. 1 l.i
peculiar to women, fall direction with each
J"1- per hox or thTee boxee for 6. American
Pill Co., royalty proprietora, rJpencer, Iowa. The
S main pill obtained of Otto Hndert, Xlmstraet,
ock 11 and, Jappa Co., Davenport, and of aU
To sell oar foods hi sample to wholesale and re
tall trade, w are the hvry-at manaf aetnrera ta
our hue. - Liberal salary pmla. -PeraMnertt poaVJ
tloa. Money advanced fur aragea, advartianig,
ate Forrerm address
CUXaAalAl. KTfl. 00 OLteage, TJL '
i'Vs l-i 1 r- s. fr'
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located in
In tbe paat ix months he ha aoce frilly
of the most aevera character.
The namra of a few who live tn nmmnit
vielmty. who have been eooceosfally treated are
given below :
Mr A L Para, Mrs Mary Watson rbenmatism;
MlsaLlai Vance. Mr John Spelker, raiarrh;
wi!", air vm MDKetr, scroraia; Hra
3 A Wiener, Mr F L Ma onhamer. beaft disease;
Mr F W Marshall, (It year standing) pile;
Mr Samuel S twice a, 0 " ) plies;
Mr Inula Doty ( 1 " ) oilrs;
Mrs May Wendt. J A Wnglit, Sarah Mu'nson,
Frank Hayes, Wm Mcaranahau, K H Thompaon,
These are a very few of the many teatlmonlah
Ibe doctor has, but they are ensuvh to show what
can be done by one who thoroaKhly anderstand
iHvriDM snn treatment or disease.
tVLoa of Mannood, Seminal Weaknrsa, and
Error of You tit. positively and petnuncnihr
9 Fosaltlvely no case taken that cannot be
enred. Correspondence accomiMiiiled br 4c tat
Stamp promptly answered
Office McColloogh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
HORST VON KOECKRITZ, Pharmacist
PaascarpneH a Spxcialtt.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St
Jo Whom it mat Concern.
Notice is hereby given, that at the December
term. A., u Ttwu, of the county court of Kock 11
aod county, state of Illinois, the nndersiirned, a
guardian of Mary Ann Lee, Eliza I ee, Oeorge Lee
Robert T. Lee and Florence 1. Lee, renlilen.a of
said eoun'y, and minor children of C!lliara Le
deceased, will apuly to said court for leave to sell
the estate, title and Interest of aaid minors in the
following real estata aitnated In the county of Pe
oria, atate of Illinois, to-wlt:
The undivided one-fourth of the northwest quar
ter of section Ove, 5, township ten. 10, north
range six j east of the fourth principal meridian,
eacept 2S acre ta the northeast corner of aaid
qoaiter section, said application will be made for
the purpose of otherwise Investing the proceeds of
ine saie oi eaia minora intnreat in saw lands.
Hock Island. Illinois, Novembei 7lh, !.
HUBERT LEE Guardian as aforesaid.
'beapest and heat place In the paper for
Wants," "Lost,"-"Sale" and "Rent notices.
Only one-half cent a word. Everybody roads this
TTHJrt KENT Furnished pleasant front room to
.a. reapecuoie genuemau, no. Ita Second ave.
OSET LOANED ON FUENrTTTKE at 1814
Dvunn avenue. w. W. UAJS
TR SALI-A FINE L T OF SURGICAL IN-
x, strnrnKota. also a full set of coal miner' tool
at 1. W. June' second band More, 1614 Second
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, aonjrht, sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third ota
Davenporl. FOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT Im
provement oa Elevator. Now la operatloa at
Star Fliilnhmg Works. Saa5 BamiltoB U, PbUada.
Pa; praserve life and limb; for full norticulara
apply to ROUT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTED LADY AGENTS AT $50 PER
month and expense. Call at No. SIS Fif
teenth traat. ...
WANTED An active Traveling Salesman to
ell a general line or our Merchandise to
merchants ouly. Good waves and expenses paid.
Wholesale omoa SS -157 Washington at , Chicago.
WANTED. A LAST TO MANAGE A
Branch office, at her own home, for the Fa
moua Female Spoclfle "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp, Tbe Dr. Coos
ley Medical Institute, south Bend Ind.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NCttSERT
stock. Hltnatlous permanent, salary and ex
penaea. or commission from start. No expert
ence neceatary. Outfit free. Write for term,
stating age H. B. BOOKER CO., Nursery men,
Rochester, H. Y.
WANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT To
open headquarter la soma principal city,
assume eirloalve control of our business and ap
point local and sub-aants in every city in the
atate; good well known, staple as flour, tn uni
versal demand, and pay a net profit of B0 to 100
percent. Address TBE UNION COMPANT,
74 Broadway, New York. SB
LTJMBkR LITMBKR-YAKD WORKMEN OF
all grades, can secure steady employment la
the lumber yard of Chicago at from 91.80 to
$1.00 per day on application in person to , E.
HOOPER, secretary of tha Chicago Lumber
Vs-d Dealer Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, 8. E. corner LaSalle and . Washington
iraeta. Chicago . 111. p
J. K. BE1UDSLET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy, 17 Second Avenue.
JACK80S t HURST.
TTORNKTB AT LAW, Office is Rock Island
National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
B. B. SWItNIT. o. L. WALKS.
S WEESET WIXKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Otace in Bengaton' bloek, Kock Island, QL
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money oo good
ecurltv, make eoliactloos, Reference, Mitch
all Lynde. bankers. Office In Foatotnea block
THE DAILY ARUTJS.
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at CraSttHOB'S
New. bund. Five cent per co.
DBS. RUTHERFORD ft BUTLER,
" " f -A-nm wf, V irBRNA-
ry coUeea, VaWnary Pbyaieisas anv Suraaona.
Omesi TinOaU' Livery etani aUntdamoa: Ora
aaarj.maraat aquara. ..
Dr. S. E. LIcCREAHY
UNUJCE TEA & C0FFEE-C000
The claims of cocoa, as a useful artirl nf Hi or tAv
Winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a
stimulant but nourisher; and it has the great advantage of
leavinS. no narcotic effects. Hence it is adapted to general
use. The strong may take it with pleasure, and the weak
"BEST A GOES FARTHEST.
Sw-VU( BotJTWa Ooooa ('W trM. alwan aaad" laavaa aa Inhnte
I"no wonder, tbseefcwa. that la all part of the world, thai
Ooooa i rilimaataiii by aacdtasa anew tnntaad mf taaa nasi ejaaTcat a.
" ' asilai Saw aaMly was by
aaa s.r. -agnt sale ia tb world." AskfaVaBorrciIaadaa.a.aw.
- La J UNRIVALLED. U UNEQUALLED.
" PU11EST IX THE WORLD.
COXTAIXB CHEniCAM or ADtLTKRATlOR.
; ' ; Paris Exposition, 1SS9 l&SrUEgg:
Ask your Crocer for
MENTER CHOCOLATE (YELLOW WRAPPER).
' fw aauw ItMta b.i a.
bbascii noxrsB, trxiox
JjJ rBOUTOK'S IVOTIOX.
Estate of Thoma Shea, Deceased.
T ie snderslened hsvinff han ai.nnitita inn.
or the last will and testament of Tboma
nue i, uie or in cou.ty or Kock Island, aula
of I llnoie, deceased, hereby gives notice that b
will appear before the county court of Rock Island
com it y, at the office of the clerk of said court, ta
the Ity of Rock Ialand, at the December term.oa
the tint Monday in December aext, at which dm
all j erson having claim against atd estata are
noti led and requested to attend, for tbe purpose of
ban ug the same adjusted. All person Indebted
to a ad estate are requested to make Immediate
pay sent to the undersigned.
D ited ibi 17th day of October, A. D., 1M.
PIERCE KBANE. Executor.
8 state of Henry C. Whltrldga. decmaed.
Tl a andersigned. having been appointed ea
ecntrix ol tbe last will and testament of Henry 0.
Whltridge,lateof the county of Rock Island, state
of II ineis, deceased, hereby give notice that b
will appear before tbe county court of Rock Isl
and county, at tha office of tha clerk of said
court. In the city of Rock Island, at the January
tern-, on tbe First Monday In January next, at
whfc h time all neraona bavin, elaim. ivmliui
aid estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the pnrpose of having the same adjust-
en. All person indebted to (aid estata are re-
3 net ted to make immediate payment to tbe un
Dted this ISth day of November, A. !., 1890.
. HARLOTTE A. WH1TRIOUK, Executrix.
17-dtw . .
ST ATB OB- lLUNOlS,
Rec Iaum o owtt.
To tae January Term A U. 1891, CircultOourt,
or ld Coontv. tn Cbancerv.
Josejh McBeynold complainant, va. Bngh Me
Rerooida. Carrie McHeym Ida, Moses D WelK
nn nion a. wen stark Aabdown, Orlo W.
HU hardaon, Eugene A. Lancasier. Jobs C. Car
rol , Abraoam Mrauss. Hugo Woodman, Mmon
oodorf and Kdwla Rose, detendanta I'ore
ckxore. To the aNve named defendants, Orlo W. Rich
ard n and Km ene A . Lancaster. Notice la here
by given that the above entitle eauae I aow
Snd n in aaid court agalnat you and the other
efei danta above named, that a summon la chan
cery ha. been Issued therein against yoa directed
to tb' sheriff of said county to execute, returnable
to tin January Term. Itwl, of said court, to b
beirunand hol.len at tbe court boose la the cily
of IK k Island la aaid county on tbe first Monday
of Jaguar), next, at which time and pi ace yoa ill
fcu k Island. Illinois. November 14, 1890.
c EOKUE W. GAMBLE. Clerk of sajd Court.
Jatataoa A Btrasr, Complainant' ooXltors.
RIT OF ERROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I WHhla and for tbe
V North, Grand Division
SiTxmfotiiT. I of said State.
En or to ApilUta Court af Illinola la and far
Ann Ue Ouver. Exeratrlx of the Batata of Samael
8. tioyer, deceased, AnnetU Ouer. Bdward H.
u i and Annette Uuyer. plalntUI a error,
va. John H. WiUon, llolntea Hakae, Oeorge M.
l. Sakea, William T. R . blephea A. Main,
AW lander T. Bentley. Thomas J. Robinson.
4. biu-lea L. Walker, Tbe Rock Island Paper Com
pel y, Philemon L. Mitchell, Phil Mitchell. U
liaia H. Gcat, Elmora Bum and Ournelius
w t ntu, Tbe said Annette Snyer executrix of
the tan af Samuel 3. Payer, deceased. Anaetle
Ouyr r, Edward H . Ouyer aad Aaaett euyer hav
ued out a writ of error from maid .upreme court to
r!vevae a Judgment obtainrd by aaid John H.
alls agamat aaid Annatta Gayer, oxaeotrix,
etc, Annetta Uuyer, Edward H. Guyer and An
nette Gayer in a eertala cast in which Holme
Hake a,Georre,M. D. Bakaa. William T. Rtgga,
Btepl en A. Main, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Robinson, Charles L. Walker. Tba Rock ialand
PaM - Compary, Philemon L. M itchell, Oorneiiua
Lynda, Phil Mitchell. W til lam bVOeatand Elmore
W. I urat are also parties in to said Apiiellata
Conn of illinola in and for tha second district
wfaiclt said writ of error la now ponding la aaid
Supn-me Court; and wherraa, a writ of Hrir
Faciia ha been duly laauad herein, returnable oa
the (rat day of tba next term of aaid supreme
Conn, lo beholden at Ottawa, ta said state, on la.
First Tuesday in March, aext, according to law;
and, '.bereaa, also. It appear by affidavit on Hie la
the c erka omoa of aad supreme Coart that 'be
aid 1 lolmes Hakes, George M. D. Bakes, William
T. Rlj .'ga, Stephen A. Main, Alex An. lee 1. Bentley
aren. n-reoldanuortbeataieotllliaoia, and with
out ta reach of the process of raid Supreme court.
Nov, therefore, you, tba said Holmes Hakes,
GeoneM. D. Hakes, William. Rlgga, Stephen A.
Main. AiexauderT. Bentley. the aaid dafeadanu
in en or, wbosa non-re. id ence appear as afore
said, are hereby notified to be and appear before
the Justices of aaid Supreme Court, at tbe next
term, if aaid court to bo holdan at utiawa. in .aid
lata, on the First Tuesday ta March next, to hear
in recora ana roeseduig brought Into aaid
Supn m Coon on return of aaid writ of error and
tha er ror assigned. If you shall see fit, aad further
to do nnd receive what said court shall order In this
Ia.l October tflth, A. D ' 1890.
A. B. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, f
Rot K Isxan CotJSTT, t
In the Circuit Court In Chancery. 1
John Peel, administrator cum tertamento annexo
of tl e eaiate of Bailey Davenport, dereaaed, va.
the ..lock Island aad Milan street Railway Com
pany, Charles H. Stoddard, J. F. Kobinson,
Kim hw Hurst, Peter Fries and J, G. Maaate.
Orlg Inal bill.
John Peetx, administrator cum tetamnto an
nexe of tha estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceassd, v. tha Rock Ialand Milan street
Kali ay Company, Eera Wllcber, John W.
8teu art, Jame M. MontgMUery, Edwin G.
Fratar, Levi Sharp Frederick-Weyerhaeuser,
Prat crick C. A. benkmann William P. Hal
llgai Roe Woodmansee, Thoma. 8.- Silvia,
Loux V. Eckhart and John E. Downing.
Geoige Downing, Sr., Jame Downing and
1 hoi tea Downing, partner etc., a Downing
Not! w Is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of tbe circuit court in aad for tba couuty of
Rock I dand in tbe state of Illinois, entered in the
above .-n titled cause on tbe Thirtieth (SOtbl day
of Bepi ember, A.D., 1890, 1 shall on Saturday, tha
8'Xlh 1 4) day of December, A. D., 1800, at tha
hour c f ten 101 o'clock fat tha forenoon of said
day at 'be north door of tha court bobs In tha
city of Kock Island la said county of Rock Ialaad,
sell, abject to to approval of and coBfinaatlou
by sai l circuit court, at public auction to the
lilghes bidder or bidden upon tba term herein
afteraid in said decree mentioned, all tba rail
way of said defendant tha Rock Island at Milan
Street lailway Company, said railway extending
from S a corner of seventeenth street and First
avenu fa said city of Rock Ialand toroagh and
along be aitecta and sreii.es of said elt to a
point i or near tba eoathera limit of aaid city,
and tnnnce over ita right of way aad In part over
and ak ag certain fond and highways ia tba tons
of soot Ii Rock Island to and aver the Or dge now
owned by the aaid city of Rock Island apannloc
Rock river between tba town of sears aad tba
town a Milan, and theoca over and along certain
treat and public grounds in said town or city of
Milan ' it Wrmiuu tbereia and locmdiug tha
branch extending from the town of sear, afore
said ta law nigh point oa tha MuSs af Rjck river
knowa aa Black Bawk's Watch Tower, together
with al aaid railway company' right of way, real
estate, leaeea, road-bed, track, aide-tracks,
switcbj a, iron, tl... engine and station, bo ansa,
barns, motors, roiling stock, cam, horses, ma
cblner) , tools, implement and belong! ns aad all
aid rai iway company property, appilaacae and
appurb nances of every sort, hind and descrlpUoa
Hitwtn now baknulnglo and owned by said
defend! at railway cowtpany, baemdhtg thoa sow
In the I aaeeaaioa or control of Frederick Has,
heretof ire api ointed receiver kereia, and all such
which I my bereaUr and prior to encb eaia be ac
quired 9 bins, (excepting nevertheless ail ananey
bekra0 ag to aaid traet railway ecanpauy now us
the baa 1 of aaid receiver and all auca aa may
arise fne or grow oat ef the nee of aaid railway
propert ' aad Iranebise. or may come to aa d re
ceiver trior to his sumndering posveaaloa of aaid
railway and properly a by said decree srovided;
toge the with all tbe rights, privileges aad fran-chlae-ef
said defendant railway company to
malnlalu end operate tuaald railway and carry on
it. buaii Na, and te mntntaia and operate ita aaid
railway over, aaanc. across audturoairk tbe a nan
alleys. - wxda and pabltc groaud of aaht city of
Rock Is sad. said town of Milan aad aaid township
of Bout 1 Rock ialand, and over and along the
aid brl Igee epaasisg beck river, aad all other
nghta, RivUege aad franchise wsauoevsr be
kniglnf to or connect with lue aaid railway csan
pany; 01 of said railway, preaaiaes. proMrty,
rights J pttTUegee being sttuaasd la tbe coontv
of Rock ialand aforesaid aaid saie being subleet
evertfe deee teallliene fee taaaacraneeannaaota,
general wartexrtal.wbaBMy have craed and re
main th eeon Drsortoa
TEBJ OI Of SAIJte-Tea taauaeed tOJttD
dollars! a cai dowa at tbe tiaae of said sale, and
tb rent andr upon tha orvai aad -iiimaniai
of sueui ale by said eirenit court.
Sate at Rock I-'-od. lunate, thte (eb W ef
FOR THE NERVES.
. au i
square, xkjt tork.J
THE TRAVELERS HPIDE.
avasltX a HA aan1r Vaas a n a- n . . . . . .
way Depot corTwr Fifth atcbq aad Thirty-
Council Blutta Minneso- I
Kansas City Day Kxprass...
Council Bluff At Minneeo-1
W U an
4 :44 am
CouncU hluff"N)riwha I L,
Limited Vestibule e?. f i 11:18
&aaae City Limited. . .... 10 M pm
TGoingwest. tQoingeast. Daily.
mTTkl.lNaTnlff BoITrs.r- n a. n ant.
AJ way Depot First avesueand 8txwenth at
tr I aaarvs.
fit. Loai axpresa
Bu Lout. Kxfjree...... ....
St. Paul Exprea
beardstowa Passenper. ..
Way Frett ht (Monmouth).
Way Freight (Sterile)...
! .(! am' S 4f am
T .t-v m T in pm
T M am
10 : am
1 VI) am
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAI'L RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twei.tleth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holme, agent.
t 0u p
1I X. am
Hall ana Kxpre.
St. Paul xpr sn
-t w. Acenii modatl
RIX K INLAND PKORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First avenue and Twentlelb street. F.
B. Rockwell, Airent.
Past Mall Kxpruas
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South Eastzi
asMI Meat sa.a a
and Ex . Blares
t.su pm USan
8 (H pm 8.M am
1.97 pm S,0am
t (W pm t.bO am
4 86 pm 10 tT am
4.S7 pm 10S am
SJbpm 11 16 am
a. 06 pm l.l&pm
11.56 aai T.aS am
19.au am S.V1 pm
a.15 am T.ISpm
.15 am I SO am
t.0 am SJDpm
7 SO am IP SO pm
I some waav.
and Ex. Exprea
IvR. Isl'dar l.aipm T.su pm
ar. Orion . It 1148 pm S tSpaa
.Cnmbhdgn.. KtApm . pm
...Aralva.... ll4 am S.M pm
..Wyoming.. 11. IS am blTpm
.Princevllle . 10.54 am 4 67 pm
.Prone lOmiam 4.10pm
Blontnington 8.1 am 1 10 pm
.SpriagAeld. S 45 am 11 16 pm
St. Lnuls, Mo 7 56 pm 7.05 am
Daantle, 111. 1.16 am 10.54 am
Terra Hants. rO.tS pm 8 15 am
Bvaaavilla.. S05pm 1.00am
Indiaaapolts. 11.16 Ban 7.45 am
.Louisville . 7 45pm .......
tinclnnati. O 7.15 pm .
Fs as anger trains arrive aad depart from Caioa
Accommodation train leave Rork Island t:4S
p. m. arrives at Peoria i sn a. m Laavaa
7:16 p. m. arrive at Rock Island 1 14 1 a
11 00 am
Lv. Rock Island.
Arr. Reynold ....
o wi pm
Areom. 4 'IA Ac. Accom.
Lv. Cable ,
" Rock Island.
6 am ItnOpm! 8.45 pm
7.10 as; 145 pml Aai pm
805 am S.UO pml 50 pm
Chair ear on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both direction
B. B, SL'DLOW. kV. STOCKBOUSR.
Superintendent. Gan'l Tkt. Agent,
AST MAIL TRAIN with Klnstric Hghted end
oleaai heated Veetibuled train between Chi
Ogo, Milwaukee, St. Paalaad Minneapolis.
TRAN-OONTIJ7 K NT A L ROCTE with Blec'rle
lighted and Steam heated Vest'buled trains be
tween Ohlcago aad Ooeaeu Blaffa, Omaha or
St. Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between CUcago
kaaaa City aad St. Joseph, Mo.
6700 MILE ' OF ROAD reachtag all principal
Ppinte in Illinois, Wisconsin, atinnrsota, town,
Missouri, South Dakota and North Dakota.
For mapa. time tables, rate of peaaage and
freight, etc., apply lo tbe nearest station agent
of theObieago. atilwaakee A St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad. aaent any where la the world.
R OS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gea'l Pass. T. Aft.
asVFor informatloa Is reference to Lands sad
Town owned by by th Chicago. Milwaukee at
bt. Paul Railway Company, write to H. O. Haa
gea. Land Oommlaaloncr Milwankae. Wisconsin
ROCK IS LAND
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
done. A apectalty of fnrniahing all kind
ef Stoyee wtth Casting a eeata
A MACHINE SHOP
kas been added where at) kinds of machine
work will b done firmt-clas. (
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
CHAS. R, WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmick Block. No. 90S 901a 8u, Rock Ialaad.
Havtar anenttaMa a uanut. 11m . - - -
big gooda. with hearse and aipuartemnces, end
having neeured tbe aerriee. of Mr. Gee. E. aWd,
"vjainiiim axpert laaernl sirector and ssa-
.- r-- vBrrrraa, a naa taur at .
pared m gnaraatae eemafacrioa.
Protect Your Eyes.
XARIOV OPTICAL CO
J to A
It will Pay you to Examine It
aSk your neiohboes about it.
CHAS. W. YERBrRY. Manajrcr.
Sncceflftor tu A darn son & Knirk,
0 PRACTICAL MACHINIST,
Jpk Rock Island, 111.
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and S-cond Atdu,
GeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
tSfSecond Hand Machinery borurht, sold and repaitd-
Fr Ladies' Fine Rhnes la all tbe new sty lea and pal Urn.
For Ladies' Pioe Party tUipuer la new aad catchy shades.
For Men's Patent Leather. Cordovas aad Preach Calf ia sew fall stl-s.
STABT, BEBGER & SHXLL,
Second aad U a niton Sis. Sueceseora to O. M rjchnidt, Daveopon
vr. e. m:u rrin,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Tsrenty-flrst Sl. Ra;k Islaad.
A 4rt-elaa at ock af araeeriee that will be sola si lowest Uvtef nrtcaa. A eaare ef paWlc
Has opened his New and Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenne,
where ho would De pleased to at his friends.
EST All kinds ef eriaka aa well aa AW aae Porter, aae the well knowa drtak Half aa4 'alt, I
eaiy place la the city wae e Tea caa get tu Uuaat Beef Lesee eeerj aa f rasa M to la.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 80 Fifth Arraoe, ROCK BLAND
sF'ltcw stole, new stock, the eeet ad at the loareef prsrea. A sbare of petroaare snltcstae.
. W. C. MAUCKER,
Harlnf parchtsed Uae
Propert which he ha had icflued fur the ho.
let haslsees, Ie aow prepared to accom
modate transient gsrete.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very rraarmahle prlcea.
He Is also eafaged ta the
at the asm. place with a cnair lot of Grocer! re.
place with a centre lot of
r ana arodnc a pecuwtj.
After M fears erpertance la Uarhtnc laelre
aaeaLal Manic, I will prumla. raanunlkmrr wita
lese teeeoaa for the leeet ansae ef aa. lasrhir at
sader oar esperv1fcnv sivea each Jewells peail.
Teacher will ease nonrv la seder their
TSooaa ol aa. Uae-thlrd r ef naark.4 artee oa
hseet ataete to every ewe . Leave orders, aaailt
aotaor. at Bay Baelc rauaia, iu Becead awnae.
Wa Maa. a speclslty at tracblaf aa.rarhrnord
tear her, how to learh.
- Addreaa sse at MuS Brady SU, Davwaport. la.
atau,. V. A. MUUCkAH.
John Volk & Co.,
Baak. Doors, Blinds. Sldiag. rtocarrac.
,wad aU kind of wood werk for kaindet, .
Kirk I. set tv, hot. fhtrd aad Peeru .v. '
ska, a. mi.asp.
Tbey a sv got It.
It wDl Risks joor komi happy.
It will aot gas or soioks.
It kss large 5Ak pea.
It kas keavj steel bodj.
It kewps firs all Bleht,
IT IE THE
tha rrasdrit production of raodera tlirsrs.
Ws iovite) yoa to call aad cgamiao oar
immense Haa of Riverside 8tovss aad RsBgvs.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
ADD GAS FITTER.
AUD DEALER IX
Wrought and Cast Iron and Lf ad Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Tile,
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
IdTfWt work at fair prices, Eslitnatr furnished
Offlce and shop S19 18lh St. Tclrpbune 1183.
Rock Island 111.
A. D. HUESING.
Rsmsi els. Batons; other hae.trwd aad ar.Il
ktetra tlrlnrnaMOoBpe(iles he foilowtaic :
Rcryal Insaraaee Oasanany. of Bejftaad.
WncheteT Pile Ina. Ueaspany of N . Y.
PsflakXrrraua Ins (., alaSalo. N. T.
Rochester Ueramaa laa Os . free ail sc. B. T.
cttlsroa In. tio of F'miser.k, Pa.
Sbb Kl-e UAra. Losdon.
I awa laa. t.,ef twlwnle.
ttecerliy Ine. O k. New U ives, CeMa.
attiaraaise Mechanic In ta, . il waakee, Wm
tseratea rir Ua. Peorte, IU.
Office Cor. 18th Bl, aad Bros At.
ROCK IrLAXD. ILL.
R. R. TICKET
Csaer An an are TVket Brokers' Aaata)
IIxouokd Ratxs to all Poim.
vrrUTi U Adnaa Bxavs
ols Asurr roa
J. IL QASPAllDf
Uhvnry eOdloeT. P.iewsit. Ivws, CaQ fa
Uansaae seal ene swefe swants nwaaa s CassanTS
r;..?, c. cup, o. D, z,
C7TIC3 CTKOYro TO
IYV - B raiia-l ani it' mm
I J e m m a a, i.
If Oy an a B a sa. ci-a. mm
It . SlSwi a Mkn)tMa
, u.hsrM. rw ii i ii. . n o. 11 a.
Saiini i i m i . i r n iii X
tmt frnm mm mm mmm ' a JJ
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets.
TjrCall aad sr oar lias.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second 8t
Davenport, 1; t.
J. B. ZIMMER,
Has jal maraej (root Europe aavd otould he pleeard lo a bts rn.i. at
hi plsrw of trutinew ia
Star Elocc, Oppcxitk IIabpkr Hor-n.
FALIj AND WINTER SUITINGS
fnr 19l tl baee brea rwwieed.
v. c. i-ioppa
I -? twJmZ2?SJ'Z att sirtrrtD su
ail ' 1
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J. W. 8CHKEINEIL
-Contractor and 13uiIcJor-
rTeae aad apirlSraUnw.
rathan reralnd en all
House and Sign Painter.
rirat-n a rata I nf s4 raser Haaftne;.
P. O Bot 673
B. F. DeGEsAR,
Contractor ta.no! I3uiicler,
Offls aad 8lwp Curx-r rWvetenU K . . . f t i ft
d Bervu AMtM. : ' U" I 'and.
snTrAn ktada f Aftleaar ssTtisrsrisin. rtareand rMsse wrf. -4 tsat'Sanss
' ran -ai J ee aeam.i
(ini ir safnatwsisnr A Pttigmrt
Contractor and Builder.
Shop TLJrd Bnn-, lwr.n 10th n1 1Kb rH,
(lrxd Knr-Sj-t 4d sdaayL)
sTAQ klada of Ca'peaU work aa4 it aSrtaf (VaM tatBrrai t-wt
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AstrAcrvABB tr oacuu abb auarvit..
A l-v Oroosr tut Uwa. TV; Mhi4
sW-nfaKlaJtlaei TheCwrMy "fJTITIA" saw tae CVrknty sriE"
iUK "at ILA3fP. III.
-7. rr. ncniaiTsir Aa
Ko. mTwwatlwU Un, aest U Ooerad Seas. -Mr. rrvcrt. B 1 lu.wd.
BOOTS AiMD SHOES,
" '" m teraai eaae aruA nensnana aed sinn.
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COM P LET K.
DAVIS & CO,
rios, Kir Iinr.:. JV
fVae Awte l
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUERICA10HS
Ws f-sarasVw rrfy one lavfert. et4 M . ,
Twrwy ey e trial, te rs,s'Vu fm-
Safctj lleaUsf DoiVre and ('-.....
furniaklae ad latins V.'jt.
1TII fiiiT An .
Hk I .1..,
TrW-p-r Ilea. krauaitliit
jetlluiW Fall tSuitiii-.
'-jUaViv No 1H0S STontl arnu.
KOCK 1-L4KD, ILL
COMPLETE IN ALL
J. C DU.OAir,
r'.mmmrm af erwrk. AU. sewer af er.4L-. f.,,. ,,,
IWXX If? LA Kb. IU..
" fa.rU Ave. M liaaal m n.