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THIS ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 213. 1CC0.
FOR SALE: HEAL MATE.
BILL NYE OFFERS CHEAP A LODGE
IN A VAST WILDERNESS.
A Real FiMte Investment Between Mla
epoll. and the MM Which
Prollled Mr. I'nnalev, Fl,u Mr
!y. wHh a fireat drift.
OofO rltrlil. 1JW br IMtrar W. Nye.)
MlVXEAPlUJS. MlNS., I
In tiik Fall of tiik Year.
I linvo jnst rvtiini.tl from visit to
my jiMpt rty here, ami cannot refrain
from rrf.-rriiiK to iu marvelous prowtta.
The diaUnre betwerii it unit the bnsinem
witter bat alw crown gixvl deal since
I lnt mw it. This i tin- limjiortj- which
I pirn ha-J ' tlin e yeura n;;o of A
1 PTrOU.F.D OtT TTlKIvR.
reiil pM'l tmin. IIin name wiw Pansier
FlinUm Parsley. He has done business
In most all tlio towns of the northwest.
Enterinsc n place quietly and even meek
ly, with a li tter to the lo-nl paxtor, he
began reaching out las little fxiitl ten
drils by Mailing over the lost and tin
done condition of nimilrinil. After ro
irrettiut? the condition in which he had
found God's vimyard, ho wonld rent a
store and sell km1s at a sacrifice, but
when the Ktcriiire was liein;f offeml tip
a close observer wonld discover that Sir.
Pansley was not in it.
In this way lie would bnild np qnite
a trade, only sparing a little time each
day in which to retire to liLs closet and
sob over the altogether podless condition
in which he had found man. He wonld
then make an assignment.
Purdon me for aaiu referrinK to the
matter, but I do so utterly without mal
ice and in connection with the unparal
leled growth of my property here. So if
the gentle and rather attractive reader
will excuse a lmd jn'ii and some plain
stationery, a:i my own created writing
paper is iu my trunk, which is now in
the possession of a well known hotel
man whose name is suppressed on ac
count of his family, I will refer again
bneflv to the property and the circum
stances HiirroumlinK its pnrcha.se. I had
intended to put a Rood fence aronnd it
ere this, but with these peculiar cirenm
stunces snrronndiug it I feel that it is
safe from intrusion.
The property was sold to my wife by
Mr. Pansley at a sacrifice, tint when the
burnt offering had ascend.-d, an J the
atmosphere had cleared, and the ashes
on the altar had been blown aside, the
snspender buttons of Mr. Pansley were
not there. He had taken his bright red
markdown fiirnrva and a letter to bis
fnrnre pastor and pone to another town
He is now selling groceries. From town
lots to groceries is, to a versatile mun, a
very small stride. He is in business in
St. Paul, and that has given Minneapolis
qnite a little spnrt of prosperity.
We exchanged a cottage for city lots
unimproved, as I said in a former -letter,
and got Mr. Pansley to do it for us.
My wife gave him lior carriage for act
ing in that capacity. She was sorry she
conld not do more for him, ls-cause he
was a man who had fmnd his fellow
man in such an undone condition every
where and had been trying ever since
to do him np.
The property lies about half way be
tween the West hotel and the open polar
aea, and is in a good neighborhood look
ing south; at least, it was the other day
when I left it. It lies all over the north
west, resembling in that respect the man
ve bought it of.
Mr. Pansley tiok the carriage, also the
wrench with which I was wont to take
off the nuts thereof and grease it tin Sab
bath mornings. We still go to church,
but we walk. Occasionally Mr. Pansley
whirls by us and his dnst and debris fall
upon my freshly ironed and neat linen
coat as be passes by us with a sigh.
He said once that he did not care for
money if he only could let in the glad
sunlight of the gospel upon the henthen.
"Why, 1 exclaimed, "why Uo you
wish to let in the glad sunlight of the
gospel upon the heuthenr
"Alas!" he said, brushing away a tear
with the comer of a gray shawl which
he wore, and wiping his bright, piercing
nose on the top rail of my fence, "so
that they w.iold not go to bell, Mr. Nye.
"nd do you think that the heathen
wbv knows nothing of God will go to
hell, or has been going to hell for say ten
thousand years withont having seen
daily paper or a Testament?"
"I do. Millions of ignorant people in
yet nndiscovennl lands are going to hell
daily without the knowhiUge of God
With that he turned a war and conecalea
his emotion in bin shawl, while his whole
frame shook. "But even if ho should
escape by reason or his ignorance we
cannot escape the reMHjiisibility of shed
ding the light of the gospol upon his
opaque soul," said be.
so i gave turn & to assist the poor
heathen to a place where ha may share
the welcome of a cordial und eternal
damnation along with the nrji-j edrtcated
and refined classes. Whether the heathen
will ever appreciate it or mit I cannot
tell at this moment. Lately I have had
a little ray of fear that he might uot,
and along with that fear, liko a beam
of annahine, comes the blessed hope that
possibly sometlung mny have happened
to the $3, mid that mayhap it did not
1 went np to see the property with
which my wife had been endowed by
the generous foresight t.f Mr. Pansley,
the heathen's friend. 1 had seen the
place before, but not in the autumn.
Oh, no, I hud not saw it iu the hectic
of the dying yearl I had not saw it
when the squirrel, the comic lecturer and
the Italian go forth to gather their win
ter noaru 01 cnestnnw. 1 Had not saw
it as the god of day paints the royal
mantle of the year's croaking monarch
ana the crow sinks softly on the swell
ing bosom of the dead horse. I had
only saw it in the wiid, wet spring,
had only saw it when the frost and the
bullfrog werehi'avi:ig out of the gronnd.
i strolled out th-rc. I rode on the
railroad for a couple of honre first, I
think. Then I (;ot off at a tank, where
I got a nice, cool refreshing drink of
as good, pure water as I ever flung A
lip over. Then rolling my trousers tip a
yard or two I struck off into tlie scroti
pine, carrying with me a large board on
which I hfid p:iiuteil iu clear, beautiful
For LE. :
Th" nwiier flmjiii it nrcoqaarr to go to
: uru for lelit or nine yourx. In orUxr to
. btwu upon llit. laniriinirtoi T th continent
; JWuni a few royal visits there, will nail :
ahtn. No retrlciiMi. nivni that
. i itroiieriv. Term
: or hail not run n.uit tliene lota at a higher
: rue of rnaed Uian sixty niltawr Uourwltn- :
t out peruuwuon of tlis owner.
I think that the projierty looks better
in tne autumn even than it does in
spring. The autumn leaves are falling.
Also the prices on tlus piece of property.
It wonld be a good time to buy it now.
Also a good time to sell. I shall add
nothing because it has been associated
with me. That will cut no fignre,for it
has not been associated with me for 80 1
rerv Ion or no verv intimatelv.
The place, with advertising and the
free use of capital, could be made a beau
tiful rural resort, or it could be fenced
off tastily into a cheap, commodious
place in which to Btore bears for market.
But it has grown. It is wider, it seems
to me, and there is less to obstruct the
view. As soon as commutation or din
ing trains are put on between Minneap
olis and Sitka a good many pupils will
live on my property and go to school at
Trade la quiet in that quarter at pres
ent, however, and traffic is practically at
a standstill. A good many people have
written to me asking about my subdi
vision and how various branches of in
dustry wonld thrive there. Having in
an uuguarded moment used the stamps.
1 hasten to say that they would be pre
mature in going there now, unless in
pursuit of rabbits, which are extremely
prevalent just now. .
Trade is very dull, and a first or even
second national bank here in my sub
division of the United States wonld find
itself practically out of a job. A good
newspaper, if projierly conducted, could
have some fun and get a good many ad
vertisements by swapping kind words
and regular catalogue prices for roods.
But a theatre would not pay. I write
this for the use of a man who has just
written to know if a good opera house
with folding seats wonld pay a fair in
vestment on capital. No, it would not.
i win De tair and honest. Smarting as
I do yet under the cruel injustice done
me by the meek and gentle grocery-
man, who, while he wept upon my cor
rugated bosom with one hand, softly re
moved my pelt with the other and sprin
kled Chili sauce all over me, I will not
betTay my own friends. Even with my
still bleeding carcass oniverintr under
the Hulford sauce of Mr. Pansley, the
'skin and hypocrite, the friend of the
far distant savage and the foe of those
who are his unfortunate neighbors.
will not betray even a stranger. Though
I have used his postage stamp, I will
not be false to him. - An opera house
this fall would bo premature. Most
everybody's dates aro booked, anyhow.
we coniu noi gee f rancis Wilson or
Nat C. Goodwin or Rosina Vokes or Ed
win Booth or Mr. Jefferson, for they
are ail too busy turning people away.
and 1 would hate to open with James
Owen i) Connor or any other mechan
No. Wait another year at least. At
present an opera house in my subdivision
to the solar svstem would be as useless
as a Dull Thud iu the state of New York.
One drawback to the immediate pros
perity of the place is that commutation
rates so far are yet in their infancy,
Eighty-seveu and one-half cents per ride
on trains which run only on Tuesdays
and Fridays is not sumcieut compensa
tion for the long and lonely walk and
the paucity of some suitable cottages
when one gets there.
So I will sell the dear old place, with
all its associations and the good will of
a thriving yonng frog conservatory, at
the buyer's own prices. As I say, there
NYE AND THE OROCERVMAN.
bag been since I was last there a steady
growth, which is mostly noticeable on
the mortgage which I secured along with
the property. It was on these when
Dougnt it, and as it con'xi not be re
moved without injury to tre realty, ac
cording to an old and established law of
Justinian or Coke or Littleton, Mr. Pans
ley ruled that it was a part of the realty
and passed with its conveyance. It
looking well with a nice growth of in
terest around the edges and its fore
closure clause fully tn inch and a half
I wonld lie wuhii!j in case I do not
find a cash buyer to exchange the prop
erty for almost anything I can eat, ex
cept Paris green. I would swap the
whole thing to a man whom I felt that
I could respecWor a good bird dog, male
dog preferred unless good references are
given. I conld forgive things in a male
bird dog which would not, on the other
hand, be forgiven. Yon know how so
ciety is here where I live. We cannot
be too careful.
I would also trade the lots for a milk
route or cold storage, it would be a
good site for some man iu New York to
build a country cottage, provided he de
sired to lead what is called a double life.
I would also swap the estate to a man
who really means business for a second
hand cellar. Coll on or address the un
dersigned early, and please do not push
or rudely jostle those in the line ahead
Cant off clothing, express prepaid and
free from any contagious diseases, taken
at its full value. Anything left by
mistake in the pockets will be taken
good care of, and, possibly, returned in
Gnnuysack Oleson, who lives eight
miles north of the county line, will show
yon over the grounds. Please do not
hitch horses to the trees. I will not lie
responsible to horses injured while tied
to my trees.
N. B. A new railroad track is think
ing of getting a right of way next year
which may lie nearer by two miles than
the one that I have to take, provided
they will let me off at the right place.
I will promise to do all that I can con
scientiously for the rood, to aid any one
who may liny the property, and in call
ing the attention of railroads to the ad
visability of a road in that direction,
All that I can honorably do I will do.
My honor is as dear to me as my gas
every year i live.
P. S. The dead horse on lot 9, block
21, Nye's Addition to the Solar System
is not mine. Mine died before I got
there. B. N.
If Tour Boat is rtr
You put water on the burning timbers.
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack the disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove the
impure cause, and the local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Saraapa-
rills, the great blood purifier, which rad
cally and permanently cares catarrh. It
also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Ssrsaparilla.
The newsboy makes sales by keep'ng
his eyes peeled and the newsgirl by keeps
ing her eyes appealing.
IP HWry.ai W.SUdia
It. cK-ytt.MMi. -d i
XC2rvTT?lMior. TW Uma bwr la lh worn.
Sill. I. tfioTw -w tin mmA urn, with witfcwofW-
SvtoO, m , mm mil Mat mmA na toantot. Far
tomolto mi wpafthawtPC al'liaal, toad tto Iff tomaa. awadttn
1 9 M. utmii Uri.
DESIGNING, - -I
J. M. GABPABDr-
T.lhrarv .Building. Davenoort. Iowa: Call for
" llmii'TT sad see work be tors gamg to Cnjcago
T to My 4an ui IIm United Huim. AIm, Sabf
1 I V jiiuin, VKjwiOT, kuMito mml Oirto' Tncjf
IU tot One bom n who U prt mwt
1 r SlAC O. p. dlfw ftw L a. nil r .
m SL. CkMf
to. mh tor mw ate
l'v .nnnt 't'
ASK TOUR OKOCER FOR" IT.
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.)
Has Permanently iKK'-atd in
In the past six "lotiihs he has gnrri-s-fnily
of the most severe character.
Tbe names of a few who live in Davennon and
vicinity, who bare been successfully treated are
given below :
Mr A L rain. Mm Mary Watson, rheumatism;
miss lizzie vance. jnr John Hpelker. catarrh
Miss Anna Dnvis. Mr Wsa Sanke.r. scrofula: Mn
J A Wiener, Mr F L Ma onbame'r. heart disease;
Mr K M Marshall, (11 years standing) piles:
Mr Samuel Siieiees. (IS piles!
Mr leish Doty ( 7 ) oiles;
Mrs May Werrlt, J A Wright, Sarah Munson,
Frank Hayes, Wm McGrauahan, N R Thompson,
These are a verv few of the manv testimonials
tbe doctor has, but they are ensuigh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understand
the eanse and treatment of disease.
tarLoes of Manhood, Seminal Weakn,em and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanently
L UI VU.
WPossltivelv no case taken that cannot be
eared. Correspondence accompanied by 4c la
sumps promptly answered.
Offlce McCnlloogh's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Cheapest and beet place in the paper for
"Wants," -Lost," "Sale" and "Rent notices.
Only one-half cent s word. Everybody reads this
oiiuniu. x ry h.
T7VJK RENT Furnislieil pleasant front mom to
X respectable gentleman. No. 1 Second ave.
yroNEY LOANED ON FURNITURE at 1614
avvx second avenne. J.W.JONES.
FOR SALE A FINE L ,T OF SURGICAL IN
strnm.'nt. also a full set of coal miner's tools
at J. W. Jones' second band store, 1S14 Secoiid
QECOND-HAN'O FURNITURE, booaht, sold
kor exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at southeast corner Perry and Third Sts
TJOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM-
A7 provement on Elevators. Now In operation at
Star Finishing Works, SUSS Hamtlton SL, Philada.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for fnll norticulare
apply to XUbT J. WALKER, Inventor.
WANTED LADY AGENTS AT $MI PER
month and expenaea. Call at No. 612 Fif
WANTED An active Traveling Salesman to
all a general line of our Merchandise to
merchants only. Good waes and expenses paid.
vvooiesaieomce oS-loT Washington HI , Chicago.
WANTED. A LADY TO MANAGE A
Branch offlce, at her own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific "Orange Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with sump. The Dr. Coon-
ley Medical institute. South Bend Ind.
QALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NURSERY
tJStock. bttnatlone permanent, salarv end ex
penses, or commission from start. No ex peri
ence necessary. Outfit free. Write for terms,
stttlngage II. E. HOOKER CO., Nurserymen,
nuoiwswr, s. s.
TTTANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT To
VV open headquarters In some principal eity.
assume exclusive control nf our business and ap
point local and sub-aa. nta in everv citv in the
state ; goods well known, staple an flour. In uni
versal nemana, ana pay a net ptont or SU to 1UO
percent. Address THE UNION COMPANY.
issoroaoway, ptew xorK. zs
LUMEKR LUMBER-YARD WORKMEN OF
all grades, can secure steadv emnlovment in
the lumber yards of Chicago at from $1.60 lo
w per oay on application in person to n, B.
HOOPER. Secretarv of the riilravn I.nmher
Ya-d Dealer's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, 8. B. corner Laasile aud Waahtngtoa
uv.w,i.iiitaKO, ill. st
ATTORNEY AT LAW Offlce with J. T.
worthy, 17S5 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Offlce In Rock Island
U. National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111
B. D. BWIKMBY.
O. X WALKBB.
SWEENEY & WiXEEB,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
iiumce in Bengston s bloek. Rock Island, IU.
A TTOBNET'S AT LAW Loan money on stood
-a seennty, man collections, Iteierence, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Office in Postofflos block.
MI8CE LL A N EOU8.
THE DAILY UWUS.
R SALE EVERT EVENING at Cramnton'B
news siana. r ive centa per copy.
DBS. RUTHEBFORD t BUTLER,
nRADrTATICSOFTHE OUT A WTO TITIIIIIl.
Ury colleee, Veternary Physicians anp Surgeons.
Offlce i Tlndall's Livery stable; Residence: Ovee
Aaurra oianrj, auran square.
OTJM-ELASTIo ROOFINQ. FELT costs only
a.00 per 100 square feet. Makes a good roof
for years, and anyone can put it on. Send stamp
or sample ana mil particulars.
Gtm Elastto Roorine Co.,
and 41 West Broadway, Nxw Tons
Local agents wanted.
To sell the popular H.I. ADJUSTABLE FORM
CORSET. Itisarornby Ladies wishing comfort
snd a good form, for parUenlam address
ELGIN CORSET CO.,
RtvsB Srssar, ELGIN, ILL.
Protect Your Eyes.
MABION OPTI0AI. 00'fl
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
' 14 and is Maiden Lane, K. T. Branch : Marion.
Tad. For sale by T. U. Thomas. Druggist. Reck.
xu. eep. SMKJa .
Vll Fl TlT'C Teaches lu student. a
lhkt.kl I sat trade anT then starts
SCHOOL OP s".
' Y VALENTINE BROfl ,
fclafca-..' ksl iV-lAiIajraavibu. Warn,
Dr. s.E. Mccreary
cute of BenrvC. Whltrlde. deceased.
"ft andennmed. havta- been annotated
ecut rts of tbeuet will aBdtMttment of Henry 0.
WW ridge, late of the county of Rock Island, mil
of II Inoin, deceeeed, hereby glree notice that he
will sppeu before the county court of Rock Ial
and xiontT, at tbe office of the clerk of said
oat'., In the city of Bock Island, at tbeJannary
tern , on the Plist Monday la Jannary next, at
whit h time all penone havinc claims against
aald estate are notified and requested to at
tend for the narnose of haTto the same ad I eat-
ed. All persona Indebted to aald estate are re-
2 net ted to make Immediate payment to the lin
lrt ted this Hth day of Wnrember, A. T., 1M0.
HARLOTTE A. WHITR1DOS. Kxeentnx.
n-44 m .
Whom it mat Cobtoien.
Nc dee Is hereby riven, that at the December
term. A. D 18U0, of the eonntv court of Rock Isl
and -oanty, sute of I llinois. the undersigned, ss
guar lian of Msry Ann Lee, Eliza lee, George Lire
Kobt rtT. Lee and Florence J. Lee, reslden.s of
said xmu'y, and minor children of William Lee,
decs uwd, will apply to said eonrt for leare to sell
the .late, title and interest of said minors In the
folio ring real estate situated ta the county of Pe
oria, state of Illinois, to-wlt :
Tn undivided one-rourthof no northwest qntr-
tero section Are, BJ, township ten, 10, north
rang' i six RJ east of the fonrth principal meridian,
exce its acres in the northeast comer of said
qaar er et-ciltm. said application will be made for
tne p irpose of otnerwiee investing toe proceeds or
tne s tie or sain minors' interest tn seta isnaa.
Rode Island, Illinois, NoTemherTth, la0.
KOBGKT LKK Unantlan as aforesaid.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
KOC K ISLaJtD CODKTr, I
I the Clrc'itt Conrt. Jsnosrr term. 1891.
Emn a Albricht vs John Alirlchi In C'bancenr. .
Aft davit of non-residence of the above named
1ef et dant, John Albricht, having been filed in the
cicri soraceor tne circuit court or said county,
notic . is therefore hereby given to the said John
Aioncni oeieiHiant, mat tne complainant aied
her bill of complaint In said com t, on the chancery
side t hereof, on the ftfnd day of ovember 1S0O.
and I it i hereupon a summons issued out of said
conn , wnerein earn snu is now pending return
able i a the first Monday In tbe moo h of January
next, as Is by law required Now, unless yon, the
ssiu soon Ainncni, neienoani, soove nameo,
hnll personally be and appear before aai 1 circntt
court on the first day of the next term thereof, to
ne nc aen at Kork iMlatid tn and for Ibe said coun
ty, m tbe first Monday in Jannary next, and plead.
aosw-Yordemnr to the said complMnant's bill of
coup aim, the same and the matters and things
nvre n cban;ea ana stated w'n be taken as con
fesse-Land a decree entered against you accord-
inz in uieprnyerot saiaoill.
Roi k Island )llinnte.Nnv. Slth. 1snr).
tiKO. W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Mc iNlRVi McKNiKT.Comp'l Sol.
H 1N0ERT UOTIOE.
STivTB OF ILLINOIS,
ROI K ISLa.HI. C VSTT.
To lit January Term A . 1891, CircnitOonrt,
ot f no t-ouniy, in unaucery.
Jose h McHeynolds complainant, vs. Hugh Mc-
nej noias. carrie aiciceym-iua, Moses ii went,
Rre Hon R. Weikm. Mark Ashdown. Ork W
Ric-ianison, Eugene A. Ijincasier, John C. Car
roll. Abraham Mranss, Hugo Goodman, Hrnna
1 ot don and Kdwm Kose. defendants rore-
lo the ahove named defendants. Orki W. Rlch-
artlsmiand Kuiene A. Lancaster. Notice Is hre
lv L-i en that the ahove entitl -d cause Is now
x-nll ik In said eonrt against yon aud tbe oiher
uuien isms snove nameo, met a summons in cnan
cery his been issned therein airainat vou directed
lo the sheriff of said county to execute, returnable
to the Jannary Term. lsl, of said conrt, to be
beL-urj and nolden at the court bouse In the city
of Hm k Island in said county on the first Mondav
of Jatiuar), next, at which time and place you ill
Koci; Inland. Illinois, November 14, 190.
GKOKt.K W. GAMHLK. Clerk of H Conrt.
jAOicaoa A HDttt, Complainant a Solicitors.
Ji IT OF ERROR.
STAT I OF ILLINOIS, I Within and for tbe
y.NorinnTi Grand Division
Sin urn t ocnT . of said ate.
Error to Aopellote Conrt of Illinois In and for
tne nei ono uistrirt.
Anneti e Guver, Executrix of the Estite of Samnel
S. Gi.yer, deceased. Annette Guyer. Rdward U.
Guy. r and Annette Guyer plaintiffs In error,
vs. J 'ho H. Wilson, Holmes Hakes, George M
II. II dees. William T. Riavs. Stephen A. Main,
A lei inner t. nentiey, 'inomas J. Kobinson,
Char es U Walker. The Rock Island Paper Com
pany. ruilemoul.. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell. Wll
liam H. Gest, Elmore Hurst and Cornelius
Whs bbas. Tbe said Annette Guver executrix of
the est ie of Samuel S. Guyer, deceased, Annette
Guyer, Edward U. Guyer and Annette Guver have
sued oi it a writ of error from said supreme court to
revere a luairmei-i ootainea ny aald John rt
Wilson against said Annette Guyer, executrix,
etc., A mette Gnyer, Edward H. Guyer and An
nette Onyer in a certain cast In which Holme
Hakes, Oeonre M. D. Hakes. William T. Rigcs.
rtephet A. M .In, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Rob naon, Charles L. Walker. Tbe Rock Island
paiierl 'ompary. Philemon L. Mitchell. Corneiiui
Lynde, Phil Mitchell, William H. Gest and Elmore
W. liural are also parties lo the said Appellate
Cnnrt uf Illinois in and for the second uistrirt
which i-aid writ of error is now pending In wild
Suprea e Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
racias nas been duly Issued bereln. returnable oa
tne nrst day or tne next term .if said supreme
Conrt, o be bolden at Ottawa, in said state, on the
rirst 1 uesday in March, next, according to law
and, wliereas, also. It appears by affidavit on file in
the cle ks office of said Supreme Court that he
said Holmes Hakes, GeonreM.D. Hakes, William
T.Riggs Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Bentley
are nou residents ot tne stale oi Illinois, and with
out the reach of tbe process of said supreme court.
Now, therefore, yon. the said Holmes Hakes,
George V. D. Hakes, William T. Riggs. Stephen A.
main, .lexanaerx. xtenney. sue saia aeienuants
in error, whose non-residence aoncara as afore
said, in hereby notified to be and appear before
the just ires of said Supreme Conrt, at the next
termof mid cnnrt to be bolden at Ottawa. In sard
slate, on the First Tuesday in March next, to bear
tne record and proceedings brought Into said
Suprem t Con rt on return of said writ of errors and
the errors assigned. If you shall see fit, and farther
lo do an 1 receive what said court shall order in this
Dated October xSth, A. D., 1W0.
A. U. TAYLOR, Clerk.
STATK OF ILLINOIS.
Rock Islshs Coutt,
In the Circuit Court In Chancery
John Pe its, administrator cum testamento annexe
of tbe estate of Bailey Davennort.deceased. vs
the ck island and Milan "treet Railway Com
pany, Charles H. Stoddard, J. F Robinson,
fclraor. Hurst, Peter rries aud J. u. Massie
John Pietz, adrainistiator enm testamento an
nexo of .the estate of Railey Davenport, de
ceasec, vs. the Rock Island A Milan Street
Railwt y Company, Kzra wilcber, John W
Stewait. James K. Mcntgomery. Kdwln G
Frazer, Levi Sharp Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
Frederick C. A. Denkmaun, William P. Hal
ligan, Ross Woodmausee, Thomas S. Silvia,
loois V. Eckhart and John E. Downing.
Georgt- Downing, Sr., James Downing aud
Thomas Downing, partners etc, as Dosmlng
Notice la hereby siven that bv vtrtne of a de
cree of t le circuit conrt in and for the oonnty of
itocit isi:inu in tne state or Illinois, enterea tn tne
above en titled causes on the Thirtieth f)thl day
of September, A. D., 18V0, 1 shall on Saturday, the
nixtn loi any or uecemoer, a. u., lrMU, at the
nour oi ten iiuj oxiocb in tne tore noon or said
day at tb " north door of the court house In the
city of H wk Island In aald county of Rock Island,
ell. Isnl led to the approval of and confirmation
by said circuit court, at public auction to the
nigneet r idder or modem upon tne terms herein
sf ter anc in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of st id defendant tbe Rock Island A Milan
Street Ri dway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue i i aald city of Rock Island t.irough and
along in : s reels ana avenues or said city to
point att rnear the southern limits of
and then :e over its rignt of way and in part over
ana aiont certain roads and nignways In the town
of south Kock Island to snd over the ordges now
owned bj the said city of Rock Island apannlna
Rock rlv rr between the town of Sears and the
town of 5 lilau, and thence over and along certain
streets at d public grounds in aaid town or city of
miian w its terminus inerein ano inciaaing tne
branch e tending from the town of hears afore
said to tb i high point on the bluffs of Rock river
Known as niacK uawlt's watch rower, together
oitb all tid railway company's right of way. real
ealate, eaea, road-bed, track, aide-tracks,
switches, iron, ties, engine and station honsea,
barns, m itors. rolling stock, cars, h-u-aes. ma-
chinery, tools, implements and belongius and all
asm ran ay company a property, appliances and
apporleutnceeof every sort, kind aud description
whatsoever now belonvlng to and owned by said
defendant railway coffipaiiy, including those now
tn the pot session or control of Frederick Hass,
heretofon appointed receiver herein, and all such
which Dis r bereaftur and prior to snch sale be so
quired by him, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
belnnitlnf to aaid street railway company now In
the hands of aaid receiver and all such as may
arise from or grow out of the nas of said railway
property ad franchises, or may come to ee-d re
ceiver pri rr to bis surrendering possession of said
railway d property as by said decree Drovided
together Ub. all the rights, privileges and fran
chises of said defendant railway company to
maintain i nd operate its said railway and carry on
its huslnsr s, and to maintain and operate Ita aald
railway ov r, along, across and through the a reets,
alleys, rot da snd public grounds of said city of
Kocklslatd. said town of Milan and said townahiu
of South , lock Island, and. over and along tbe
saiu oriagn spanning hiwk river, and all other
rights, pn vileges and franchises what-oever be
longing to ot connected with tn said railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, properly,
rights and jrtvileges being situated in the comity
of Rock Isj and aforesaid eaid sale being subject
nevenneiees toaiuiena tor taxes or assessments.
general or pec lal, which may have seemed and re
main there in prior to such
in prior to en ch sale.
TERMS OF SALE. Ten thousand llO.OOO
dollars In c tsi down at the time of said sale, and
the remain ler npon the approval and connrmatioa,
ofauchsak by said circnlt conrt.
Hated al hock Island, lllinou, this 5th day; of
November, A D.'ltUO.
Beet irer and Special Master in Chancery. -
The Ore it French Remedy for Suppressions
and Month y Irregularities.
Ladies U Le Due's Periodical Pill, of Pans,
France ; g tnraiiteed to accomplish all that is
claimed for tbem. To be used monthly for trouble
peculiar tc women. Fall directions with each
bos. as pc r box or three boxes for t&. American
Pill Co., ro ralty proprietors. Spencer, Iowa, Tbe
genuine pil obtained of OttoRndert, Elm street,
Rock Islam I, Jappe Co., Davenport, and of all
To sell oar pods by sample to wholesale anal re
tail trade. We are the bvre-esl manor aetnrers tn
onr line. 1 Iheral eatery pud, t-erauwent posi
tion. Mom f advsd fur wages, sawarbauac.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND 4k PACIFIC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth ft rense and Thiity-
Brn street, u. 11. Bkelton, agent.
4:80 am 1 :00am
Council Blnff A Muumiso- I
ta Day Kxpreee I
Kansas City Day Ixpreet...
5:50 am 10-M
Council Binds Muuieee-1
te Express (
ConneU Bluffs A Omaha I
Limited Vestlbnle Kx..
10 M pm
tQoing west, Going east. 'Daily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. A Q. RAIL
way Depot First arenas and Bixfeenta st
M. J. Yonng, sgent.
St. Luaia Express
St. Loais axpreae....
s '. am 4 am
T in pm;'-J pm
SU Paul Express
Way FreUht (Monmontb). ..
Way Freight (Sterling)
7 M am
X .an pm
1$ 316 pm
' tbo psa
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
t oo pit,
11 : am
mail ana Kxpresa. ......
St. rani Express
ft. as AccommodaticB...
. . AervmmodatioB..
1 86 as
ROCK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First svenn and Twentieth street. F.
II. Rockwell. Agent.
S:lk ami T: pa
Fast Mail Exprue... ......
ami 1 ) pm
:10 am 8110 pm
40 pan i 8 am
Cable Accommodation . . . .
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TRE
East and South East,
8 15 am!rr R, Isl'darl
8 56 am
10 50 am
ar.. Orion., lv
. . Wyoming..
.Prince vl lie .
5. isft pm
t n) yu
St. Louis. Mn
Passeneer trains arriv-- and depart from linma
Accommoiiaiioo train leave-a Kock I aland 6 :5
p. m. arrives at Peoria (Wan Leaves reorla
6 40 pm
Lv. Rock I-Iand .
A nr. Reynolds...
7 4H am
Atom. VIA Ac, ecom.
0. Vi am It 50 pm 8.45 pm
7 in a ni 1 45 pm 4. pm
8 05 am 8.U0 pmj 5 DO pm
Koc a island.
Chair ear on Fast Express between Ruck Island
and Peoria in both direct -one
U. B. SLDLOW. K. sTnCKHOPs,
Superintendent iiea'l Tkt. Afeut.
FAST M ML THMlt wltk Elnotrte llfrhted end
tlteam heated Vestinnled trains between Chi
cago, 11 ilwaakee. Hi. panl and M Inneapniia.
TRANV)NTIJf PNTAL ROCTR with Elec'rle
lighted and Steam heated Vestlhaled trams Be
tween Chicago and ttouneil BlnSa, Onaahs 0
tit. Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE ber-een Cktcaxo
Rauaas City and St. Joseph, lo.
6700 VILE OF ROAD reachtnl an principal
points in Illinois, Wisconsin Mmneenta, Iowa,
Itissoari, South Dvkota and North Dakota.
For mane, time tables, rales nf naaaace Bad
freight, etc., apply to the nearest etatlon afeml
of the Chlcairo. M ilwaakee A St. Panl Railway, or
to any raitroaa went anywhere ta the world.
ROOWELL MILLER, A. V. H.CARPENTER,
- Oeneral Manager Qea'l Pass. A T. Aft.
i" For mformatlna In referenee to Lands and
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Milwaukee A
St. Paul Railsray Company, write to 11. O. Han
gen. Land commissioner Milwaukee. Wlsconsia.
HORST VON KCECiraiTZ, Pharmacist
Paxscnirrioxs a BraciaLTT.
Fourth Ar: and. Twenty-Third St.
-ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of tarnishing all kinds
of Stoves wtth Castings ot t eenta
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done 11 rat -class.
NINTH ST. AND 7 th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
Represents, among other Ime-tned and weD-
tnovra Fire Insurance Companies he following
Royal Insnranes Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buflalo German Ina. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
, Rochester German Ins Co., Rochester, H. T.
Cltitena Ins . Co., of Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hun Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. t-o., of California. "
Security Ins. Co.. New Hiven. Conn.
"Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Oo . M ilwaakee. Wis
esnaaa ruvxne. uaoi rwona. 111,
; Office Cor. 18th St., And Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalmini;
; Dtmick Block, No. aOR h SX. Rock Island.
fag goods, with hei
having secured the e
a aoanlate line of Cndertak.
bearee and appnarteances, and
services or mt. oeo. K. Head,
of Chicago, au axpart funeral director and
Maimer or is years experience,
pared to gaarantee saMsfactloa.
r Teleph one Ills.
f arrantsd Free fmea InjarkiBS Drags.
noma wst. I '- ' IPG
UtSpm M pm 'V m-mt H f 1
11.64 an: 5.50 pm ti f I
ll lani 6 17 pm c'i "S I
Ml 54 soi 4 57a f L I
10 00 am 4.10 pm -x
AlOam 8.10 pm . I
45 am It.l6pm I - I
7 5A pm 7.05 am 1 , f '"
x.lham 10.56, am t
HI.V5 pm 16 am ti li
s 06 om l.nnam ,mC
111. IS pm 7.45 am I --.15
7 45 pm --4
It will Pay you
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
Mail Fast i ak I V I
p- ' w re,- Laa.
CHAS. W. YKRBUKY. Manatrrr.
8uccrsaor to A dam son & Ruick,
Shop Nineteenth St., bet. First and Second ATDa,
QeneralJobbing and Repairing promptly done.
t"8econd Hand Machinery bonftht, nold and repaired
For Ladies' Fine ftboe in nil tbe sew ttjte and ptrn.
For Ladles' Fine Part; Slipper In mw And catch shade.
For Men's Faient Leather. Cordovan and French Calf la new fall eljl-a
STABT, BERGER & SltTLL,
Second and Harrison S:a. SucflrSMra to O. M. Schmidt, Dtveaporl
Second Hand Goods
Bdjrs, tana and trades an? anicw. a A awecnltj aaaee ef Jewehrv,
Ko. 1614 Second A .
HannfacUrerof all kinds ef
Gents' Pine Shoes a spsclaltf. Repel ring aooe n-eUv and proaaptl r .
A share of yoor patronage respectfully solicited.
1618 rWoad Avrwoe. Rnak Island. 111.
if, w. wustteK,
-Proprietor of Us-
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL It ALL.
No. 1908 SECOND AVENUE
Imported Cigars a spec laity. For a good Sc cigar call al the " Arrade.
OVL E. MIURREST,
Choice Family Groceries
A first -class stock of Groceries that will he
II aa opened bis New and Spscions
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenn,
where be would be pleased to ate bit friends.
gar-All kinds of drinks ss well as Ale and Porter, and the well knows drink "Half a
only place la the city w he s yoe can get it. Boast Beef Lance every da fmes 10 to 12.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
.Nit. 2608 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND,
taw New stois, new stock, the best eoods at the lowest prices. A share of patronage solicited.
W. C. MUCKER,
Having purchased the
Property which he ass had tefltted for the bo
tsl bwiness. Is now prepared lo accom
modate transient gsesta. -
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reasonable prices.
He Is also engaged la the
placesrtth a easlea lot of Groceries.
i produce a specialty. .
r;:.!. o. rap, o. d. s.
omcx E2i:OVED TO
. . -0 a. . a is i.
to Examine It
The kr got IU
It will nuka jour homo hpp.
It will sot (to or MBOkO.
It haa lArga Mk pan.
It ku beary Btcel boJj.
It ketpo Arc U Digul.
tbo urtadrat proJuctloa of modcra li
Wo loTiu yon to call atxl ctamtaa oar
immcnoe Haa of Rlveralda Stom and Rtnpr.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
AND GAS FITTER.
ARO DRALkR OI
Wrougbt and Cast Iron and Lead I'i, f
Hoee, Packing, Sewer and Dr-tin Til.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
eTlV-st work al fair I ri . Etirant- furniMM-4
OfBr ahop Sift 18th Hi. Telephone US J.
Rock Islaud, 111.
Rock Island, 111.
la Mew aal
avenue and Tsrraty-flrst Bt , R.i-k Island.
sol J al lowest lirtcg pr
A share ef pan lie
After tx years erperlenee re teaching Taetra
Bental Moalc, 1 will peoaalss roe aacataeory arlth
lees li nous for the leeet saopey ef say tescher la
under onr snperrtsasa. srvea each Jevealle pa
Teachers will save Baear tn order their hi
Books ef as. One-third eg of started price ea
haeet ansae to every ewe. Leave orders, naaslag
author, at mj staalc ruosBS, 14U1 Bcos4 aveaae.
We etske a speeiatty of teach lag taexaarlaaead
teachers haw lo teach.
Address Bie at leu Brady PU, Davsrrort, lv
sibui. v. a. nattsaaic
John Voik &. Co.,
f Hoos3 Builders.
EsL Doors, r::8rii, Kding. Floorinc.
"rr : -e-wiids-B,
Wt, SSV . as
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets.
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW C0XIPLETE.
feTCall and ara oar Una.
No. 103. 103 and 107 East Second 8U
J. B. ZTMMER,
-Tni WELL K50W1T-
Da jett rvHureexl from Europe And would be ple-aerd ti sxa bie nrJ at
bis place nf bnaiDree in
Stak Block, Oppojitk IIakpkr IIornK.
FALL, .AaND WINTER SUITINGS
for IS) I have been rvoeieed.
K. C. I-IOIPJE.
Staisft? THE TAILOR.
- ;Ljlt?r. U.t?C? No. 1608 Second aTBtie.
J. T. J3ZXOJSr,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C. J. W. SCUUE1NER,
Contractor and Uuilclor-
House and Sign Painter.
rrrst-deeearalalnc aad faner naadac.
P. O Boi 67
Offioa ad Shop Corner Serentorath 8c .
And Herenth Avwona,
"AB klad. of AMstlr Mt a MwvMslrv. T"-mtm and eetl
r-.-rataAeJ aa aieiifanea
(Baceeesor te OMsnsOer A epOcerl
Contractor and Builder,
8bop Third aTfnu, r-tw?n 10th and llih strt.
(Prrd Enrh'f. old etaad.)
a-TAJl kladi of Carrietiter work tad rrrMlrinf done. Hatitfart ton rwratiwd.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AISFACTVEIB OF CKACKIBS ABB MKVtTS.
Ask your Oroosr for tbrta. TUry are best.
VfefaelalUtws TVs Carlety "0TTB" aad tne Christy "WArXaV"
BOCK IS LAST), ILL.
p. n. HcnjiTsixaa
No. I2 Twentietk Street, nest in
tor nam DIUK
EG 03 AIID SHOES,
DAVIS & CO,
-A eaapWe etae ef
Pij, Hrass Goods, IVkirj;,
Ilotw, Fir Rr?ct. Ki"
laste Alien U
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUERICA10RS
We gsaraerlaw rrrry sew pert . x. see snll .-.
Ty day a trial, f w n aai -Vie n...
rUfety Heating Doilrre aM &irs-'..ts
furnishlaf and Ujlrg Wlt. at..
IWk Ialan-1. I 'it, .
lie. Eertdesire rrt U vr
rcw .a laOCK I.LA JfD, I
COMPLETE IS ALL
Tor Cataiotrurw Aklrrws
J. O DUNCAN.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
baareartt Ave. M. fa at aad Xd We.
Coarad BckDekWt grotmj. Rnrk Ialanl
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