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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS; FRIDAY, NOVEMBER iiVlBUO
FARM AND GARDEN.
INFORMATION OF PRACTICAL INTER
EST TO RURAL READERS.
Thorn Meehan. On of PmiiiiyWuili'l
Foremmt rnmologUti, OB tha Joak
thu Applo Ills Opinion as Expressed
la Tha Coontry flemlessao.
I recently heard a prominent Pennnyl
rania orclmrdist bv that if he were
limited toone variety of apiile, he did not
know bnt that kind wonld be the Jona
tbiiu. The ntranf?"t commentnry on this
opinion is that this apple ha not even a
solitary "tar to ite credit for Pimnysvania
la the catalojrne of the- American Pomo
loxieal society, thonjrh it is etarred in a
very large number of others and in very
many states double titarred, which indi
cates a hiah degree of popularity. It
may be donbted whether many orchard
ista wonld place thi on tho miiqtie plane
my friend aliove cited wonld do; yet it
undoubtedly combines in one variety a
greater unrulier of good qualities than
many ot hers.
It is in nice condition in November,
and this does not soon disappear; it is
just as good when the bluebirds and
robins arrive in the npring. It is not a
large apple, to lie sure, bnt then it is not
a smalt one, and the enormous quantity
It yields makes np for a want of great
siie. Then it bears fairly well every
rear, which many of the monsters rare
ly do. Then anin you can rarely catch
it in a diseased or bidebonnd condition.
It seems to do as well in sand as in clay,
In limestone, sandstone or any other
tone, and the rot troubleth it not. How
few are so happy and contented!
THK JONATHAN APPLE.
And then it is sm b. a pretty piece of
goods. Such transpan-nt yellow, and
such bright red stripes, and yon can
either eat it or cook it, and it will equal
ly till the bill.
Annexed is a full face iKirtTitit of the
Jonathan, which, while greatly dimin
ished from the true size, gives s fair
idea of its shape.
Kuiwm la Selling Honey.
In an address delivered before a recent
meeting of Illinois Innkeepers at Spring
field the president, Mr. P. J. England,
advised as follows:
Be sure to keep the different kinds of
honey separate, and ulwavs sell by sam
ple. Many persons seem to think that
all honey should taste alike. They do
uot know that earh variety of honey
producing flowers secretes a nectar pe
culiar to itself. I lalRired hard to secure
the iwtronatre of a wealthy banker, and
so long as I furnished him a No. 1 grade
of clover h.mey all went well; bnt alas!
ou one occasion I was out of clover
honey, and without asking him to
ample my "goods" I left him twenty
five pounds of another variety. In due
course of time I agiiin called on this
sAine banker to supply him with honey.
but instead of handing ont the silver
dollars he very promptly and, I be
lieve, conscientiously pronounced me
"fraud." Allow your honey to become
granulated, mid inform your customers
that granulation is a Bigu of purity. J
prefer tin packages, varying in qnan
tity contained from one to twentv-tive
pounds. I grade the price according to
the amonnt sold; that is, the larger the
qnantity purchased the less it costs the
customer per pound. By bo doing I
nave unlit up a large demand for twen
ty-flve pound buckets.
There have been inanv metlirulx triul
in saving bacon in this section, some of
wmcn nave proveu a partial success, but
none is equal to canvasing. Hams,
middles and shonldt rs should all be ean-
vased. It costs but a trifle and secures
yonr bacon from the ravages of worms
and keejis it sound and 'sweet all the
year. The sacks for canvas should be
reauy made Detore meat Is linng. In
making cat tho cloth so ns to fit rmirw
middles or shoulders as needed, and sew
o as to leave open space in which to put
the piece and close by stitching. Canvas
sack should be starched and dried be
fore using. . Ithelps keep out the worms,
Wrap each piece of bacon well in
paper before putting in canvas sack.
Old newspapers answer well. After
Backing and when ready for banging in
a dry, ctxd room every piece should be
cot:d with whitewash, or perhaps the
cheap preparation of hydraulic cement
nsponded in skimmed milk wonld be
better than whitewash. The obiect ia
to prevent the "skipper"' from getting to
your Docon, ana the exclusion of the air
neips to Keep your meat sweet and sound.
If the above directions are carefnllv fol
lowed it will secure the Texas farmer
better hams and bacon than he gets
from the north. Savinir tmrb nl luuvm
will help make fanning pay. Texas
r arm ana nanch.
Inspection of Cattle and HTieep.
By virtue of an act of congress approv
ed Aug. 80, 1890, the secretary of mrri
culture has issued orders and regulations
lor tne inspection or neat cattle and
beep for export from the United States
to Great Britain and Ire'md and the
continent of Europe, and up -vt such
!s)M.iuuiio catue or kW,, be ex
ported from onr ports to the countries
aforesaid. At the same time and by the
same authority all cattle, sheep and
other ruminants and swine imported
into the United States must be entered
tl .rough certain designated ports and
undergo inspection and quarantine in
accordance with the regulations pre
scribed by the secretary of agriculture.
The reader! of the Arotjs will be pleased
to learn that there it at least one dreaded
diieaae that science has been able to cure
in all its stages, and that la catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
directly upon tbe blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and giving
the patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting uature in doing
its work. The proprietor have so much
faith In ita curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that It falls to cure. Bend for list of tes
F. J. Cbkbnet & Co.. Toledo, O.
Hold by druggists, 7Sc.
To arroas Habilitated SUn.
,OU,. mttX ,cnd me J0' address we
will mall you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
e'ectro oltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming electa upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore you to Tigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you ate
thus afflicted, we will tend you a belt and
appliances on atrial.
Voltaic Bit Co., Marshall, Mich.
Pain and dread attend the ute of most
-catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuff are
-""'" well a dangerous. Ely's
Aa Apt PopiL
Doctor The trouble with you is that
you dont talu enough exercise. Take
Blinks Thanks. How much do I owe
Doctor Two dollars. Here is your
change. Much obliged. Heighol I don't
feel very well myself .
Blinks You take too much exercise,
doctor. Take less. Two dollars, please.
Street & Smith's Good News. '
Avenging a Slight.
Tommy Livermore (at his brother's
weddingV I reckon when he finds that
hell wish he invited me along with th'
rest. Judge. '
He Had a Text to Fit Earh Caw.
A tired looking man applied to a
conntry clergyman for work. He was
ent to dig potatoes. At the end of two
hours the minister went ont to see how
the work advanced. He found that the
man bad uncovered at least two quarts
of the tuliers.
"Well," said the parson, "you don't
believe in injuring yourself, do you?"
"Oh," replied the lalxircr, "I work ac
cording to the scripture."
"Where in the Bible can yon find any
thing that justifies your taking two
hours to dig two quarts of potatoes?"
"Why this: Let your moderation be
known unto all men. "
The minister thought this rai her witty,
and took him in to dinner. The moder
ate worker did not prove to lie a moder
ate eater; in fact, he cleared the table.
"You don't seein to eat according to
yonr text," said the clergyman, aglutst,
seeing the dinner disappearing like mist
before the sun.
"No," replied the tired man, plying
his knife and fork f.-ister than ever, "1
have another text for this, 'Whatever
thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy
might.' "New York Tribune.
Encouragement for Jack.
Amy I see that there is a female
minister in Cincinnati. Now, would
you call her a clergyman or a clergy
woman? Jack Oh, a clergyman. There's no
such word as "clergywoman." The term
"man," you know, embraces "woman,"
Amy Does it really, Jack? How nice!
Officer Stop! I am an agent of the
Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to
Animals, and I see yon are driving a
horse winch can scarcely crawl.
Cabman (confidentially) Hist! Th'
boss is all right. It s me that's holdin'
him in. I've got a passenger wot pays
Dy the hour. .New orfc Weekly.
What Everybody I Looklni; For.
Diisbaway I want to get a jiair of
Tailor Yes, sir. Something for Sun
day or every day?
Dashaway I want a Sunday jKiir with
an every tlay price. Clothier and Fur
nisher. A Frnnd.
Pri fci-ley (to dwarf in dime ron-a-wii;
How inr.cii do they pay yon, Jen
Cvu. lloi thuiiil) Hnsnlred dollar :'
Bro!:eley Then I'll let that yon're not
as short as I am. And yet t hey advertise
yu as u dwarf. Yenowine's News.
Too f utuginatlve.
Blinlrcr That stnmger says thutonce.
when in n foreign country, the natives
were nbont to attack him when he nn
fuiled the American fin. statL-d that he
was under ita protection, mid tl.ey slunk
away in terror. 1 wonder what he is.
ii'kers A miserable liar. Street &'
Smith's, Good News.'
A luiroii lul (.rniu.
-IIave yon broken off yonr eu;ruge
luvut. old man? Wkt's the matter;-"
"Well. I was hard up, you see. so 1
quarreled and had all my presenta re
turned, and was able to realize on them.
Co::ldn't possibly h:ive raise! the money
any other way." Harper's Eaz:ir.
MuMt Be Inffnue.
"Your friend is a kleptomaniac."
"He steals my jokes, and publishes
them as his own."
"Your jokes? Then poor Charlie must
lie suffering from insanity and not klep
tomania." Yankee Blade.
"You are not in the race with me."
said the Oyld Coin to the Heart.
"Yon don't know what you are talk
ing about. You way be able to buy a
temporary ndvantnge," retorted the
Heart, "out iu the long run I'm snre to
leat." New York Sun.
fioeclal sale silk enrtainaat Tho AHanta
822 Brady street. Davenport.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Blood Is thicker than water,
and must be kept pure to
Insure good health.
8wit'b Specific is nature remedy
for this purpose.
It never to fails elimnate the impur
ties and build up the general health.
There is only one Swift's Specific,
and there is nothing like it.
Be sure and get the genuine.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Tbe Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, G
STATU OF ILLINOIS,
Book lsuLKn cuiiHTT f"
To the jMiDar? Term A O. 1891, CuxattCoart.
of tail) County, In Chancery.
Jornpu Mctieynolda complainant, va. Hngh Me-
nejowui. varrie oicxiejaojua. jnottes 1 Well.
Brenton R. Wella, Mark Athdown, Orlo W.
KicbardMn, Eugene A. Lancaster, John C. Car
roll, Abraham Mranas, Hugo Goodman, Simon
Yondorf and Edwin Row, defendant Fore
closure. To the anove named defendant. Orlo W n'rh.
ardaon and Bu ene A . Lancaster. Notice ia ture
by civan that the above entitled canae la now
pending in aaid court aralnet yon and the other
defendant above named, that a amnmona in rhn.
eery has been iasoed therein against yon directed
to the sheriff of said count y to execute, returnable
to tne January Term. iB'Jl, of said conn, to be
bemnand holden at tbe court honae In the -tt
of Hock Island in (aid county on tbe first Monday
of January, next, at which time and place yon will
appear. . .
itock Island, Illinois, November 14, 1880.
eBOKUB W. UAMBLB. Clerk of said Conrt.
jACKaaa at Bcaar, Complainant's soiiutora.
R. R. TICKET
ASK YOUR GROCER FOB IT.
Dr. S. E. 1
(Late of cine in oati, OhioJ
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six months he has successfully
of tbe moat aeyera character.
The name of a few who lire in Davenport an 4
Tieinity. who have been successfully treated are
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Wary Watson, rheumatism;
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speiker. catarrh;
wise Auua Davis, Mr Win (iankeyf, scrofula : Mrs
J A Wiener, Mr K L Ma onhamer. heaft disease;
Mrs P w Marshall, (11 years standing) piles;
Mr Sttmuol Sjeiees, (IS - j piles;
Mr Islah Doty ( ? " ) oiles;
Mrs May Werdt. J A Wright, Sarah Munson,
Fnmk Hayea. Wm McUranahau, N It Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, bnt they are enau? h to show what
can be done by one who tboronvnly understands
the eanse an-1 treatment or disease.
ISTLon ot Mannood, Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and parmanentli
IWTosaiUvely no case taken that cannot be
enred. Correspondence accompanied bv 4c la
stamps promptly anBWcred.
Office McOnllough's New Eloca.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Cbeapest and best place hi the paper for
Want.," "Lost," "tttle" and "henf notices.
Only one-bal f cent a word. Everybody reads this
column. Try tt.
WANT D A COMPETENT Nt'KSE GIRL.
Enquire at 7S1 Seventeenth HtteeL
FOR RENT Furnishe.1 pl-anant front room tc
respectable gentleman. No. lfl !econd ave.
ONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE at 114
wwuu avenue. 4, w. JOM&a.
FOR SAI.K-A FINE L IT OF SCROtCAL IS
Mrnraents. also a full set of coal miner's tools
at J. W . Jones' second hand store, lbl Second
pECOND-HANa FURNITURE, bonBht, aokl
or exchanged. Money loaned or Kurnlturti
m imuiutaai cunier retry ana Tulrd hta. ,
TTOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT Ial
X provemvnt on Elevators. Now in operation a c
Star Finishing Works Flamllton St., Philada.
Pa; preserves life and limb; for fnll poniculart
appiy to JtutJT j. WALKS K, Inventor
WANTED LADY AGKNTS AT $m PEIt
month and expenses. Call at Mo. S13 Fil-
I t AVTPn lna.ll.. II tj 1
- - " .... .... i i n i; 1 1 1 1 14 .lairniJi i,
sella general line of onr Merchandise la
.... .. ........ uiiij. uww waffes anu expenses pale
Wholesale ofnoe So-IM Wasliiucton bt , Chicagc
1 X T ASTfcU. A LADY TO MAKAftK a
W Branch office, at berown home, for the Fa
mous remaie specine "Oranite Lily"; a splendid
opportunity; address with stamp. The Dr.Cooii-
T buiwi inaiitute. immiui isend Inc.
SALESMEN WANTED TO SELL NL'hHEH f
Stock. Hltnatinns permanent, salary and c
penses. or cnnimisslnn from start. No expeil
ence necessary . Outfit free. Write for terms
statlngage il. E. UOOelKR CO., Nurserymeu
Jiocheater, H. Y. , .
WANTED GENERAL STATE AGENT T
open headquarters In some principal eit,
asnme exclusive control of our business and at -point
local and sub-ajrmts In every city in ti e
state; (roods well known, staple as flour. In ni I
versal demand, and pay a net profit of 50 to 1 0
percent. Address TUB UNION COMPANY.
744 Broadway. New York. St
LUMBKR LUMBBR-YAHD WORKMEN CF
all grades, can secure steady employment in
the lumber yards of Chicago at from S1.SO io
fx 00 per day on application in person to Jt. i.
HOOPER. Secretary of the Cl.lrayo Lnmbor
Y a'd Dealer's Association, room 618 Chamber of
Commerce, S. E. corner LaSalle and Waahlntrtn
streets. Chicago. 111.
J. IK. BEAUBSLEY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with -J.
worthy, 1736 Second Avenue,
T. Ki n-
JACK80X & HCHST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office In Rock I all ad
uuiwijii, mn.a A.iauiu, Hi.
. D. SWIKNIT. 0. I WALXltm.
SWEEVET A WAI.KT.R.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT Li W
Once In Bengaton's block. Rock Island, 111.
McEXLKY ft McENIEi.
ATTORNEY'8 AT LAW Loan money on ctod
Ukaanvltv ma Ita nlUrtUv,. Lln ua. l
a '"I UIIIVbMUUB, JC I BrrJHW, ML IV -U
II k Ljrnde. banker. Office in totlot&CM bio A.
THfTiiAii.V a tfijrrir
FOR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampti i'a
News Stand. Five cents tier eovv.
DBS. KCTHEEFORD t BCTLEB,
HRADTTATES OF THE ONTARIO VKTERM A-
, - ' -' u-i i ruYBisiaoa anp ourve- ina.
Offloet Tindall's Livery stable; Rosidenca: (var
Asters Bakery, market square. ,
nril-PI JUiTln T ruPTV n avTfi
X.OO per 100 square feet. Make a good soof
for years, and anvone can not it nm H. .1 mt ,Mn
for sample and full narticnlani.
'Gnat Elastic Roorixa Co.,
and 41 Went Broadway, , Nw To L
Local agent wanted. ,
To sell the popular M. E. ADJC8TA BLK Fl IRM
CORSET. It is worn by Ladles wishing eotifott
and a good form. For partionlar address . :
ELGIN CORSET COj ' -RtVBBSTnn,
i ELOIN, D XL
Protect Your Eyes.
MARION OPTICA1. OO'g I
Tr4rrrraw9 nwau .maftV ' I 1 4 'J?
Spectacles and Eye Glasf3.
14 mTA 1t Udlrlow T ana. W V T 1. . a
Tnd. For aala by T. H. Thomas, Druealst,. Bock
Island. Ml. ,li.tfta
-Tsaohes ttaauj (
The Van Houtens process
digestion and develops in the
aroma. It is an excellent flesh
than the best of other cocoas.
BEST A GOES FARTHEST."
VA HOUTEH-8 UOCOA ("eaea tried, always need ") im (. pora. soluble
Cncoa, lnv-atea. saaww autd saintts la llaMaaa, aaa to la day awaanr mm
mnrm lo tana, asjrfik. ... laMtaxlaan. Ia fact. It m (aaerally admit,
ted all everEaropeiandaceiaparatir. last will aaaib- Btmthat astar Cocoa aoaaU this
, . . J. "
world. Akf Vah HotrntK a akotakk ko
TOR BREAKFAST, LUSCH, CIJCXER, AND ALL TIMES.
THE HEALTHIEST AND THE BEST.
ONCE USED, NEVER WITHOUT IT.
ASK FOR YELLOW WRAPPER.
BRAKCk HOVSE,' UXIOtT
Estate of Henry C. Whltrldg. deceased.
Tbe undersigned, having bea appoint eat
Jintrix of the last will and testament uf Henry C.
t . hitridge, late of the connty of Rock Island, state
'Illinois, deceased, hereby gtvea notice that be
ill appear before the county conrt of Rock Isl
and connty, at tha office of the clerk of said
tourt,rntheeityof Rock Island, at thejannarv
lsrm,on tha First Monday ia January next, at
lvhich time all persons having claim against
aid estate are not i Bed and requested to at
tand forth purpose of having the aaaas adjast-
d. All persons Indebted to said estate are r
i nested to make Immediate payment to tbe an
nersamed. Dated thla l!rth day of November, A. D., ISOO.
. . CHARLOTTE A. WH1TRIDGK. Execnutx.
1 Jk Whom rr may Conckrh.
Notice Is hereby given, that at the December
term, a. D 1W0, of the conntv conrt of Rock lal
ml coonty. sute of Illinois, the ndcreiirned.a
nardlan of Mary Ann Lee, Elixa I ee. George Lee
Robert T. Lee and Florence J . Lee, resldea. ol
said county, and minor children of William La.-,
deceased, will apply to said eourt for leave to sell
the estate, title and interest of said minors In the
following real estate situated ia tho county of Pe
oria, state of Illinois, to-wit:
The undivided one-fourth of the northwest quar
ter of section ave, 5L township tan, 101, north
ranite six ti J east of the fourth principal meridian,
except its acrea tn the northeast corner of said
quarter section, said application will be made for
the purpose of otherwise Investing the proceeds of
the sal. of said minora' Interest la said Isnds.
Rock Island, Illinois, November 7th, I8V0.
ROBERT LEE Guardian as aforesaid.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rora IudOunti. ( "
In the Circuit Conrt, January term, WM."
Emma Albrlcht va John AINrirht In chancery.
Affidavit of noa-residene of tbe above named
defendant. John Albrk bt, having been lied In the
clerk's office of the circuit court of aaid county,
notice is therefore hereby given lo the said John
Albrlcht defendant, that the complainant lied
her bill of complaint ia aaid corn t, on tbe chancery
side thereof, on the kind day of November lrVrt.
and tin 1 1 hereupon a summons Issued ont of said
conrt. wherein eald salt to now pending, return
able on tbe first Monday tn the taon fe of January
next, as ta by law required Now, nnleasyoa. the
said John Albncbt, defendant, above named,
shnll personally be and appear before sal 1 circuit
conrt. on the Brat day of ibe next una thereof, to
aoldea at Rock Island In and for the aaid coun
ty, on the Drat Monday in Jannary net t, and plead,
answer or demur lo the aaid eomnlainant'. kin f
complaint, the same and tbe matters and things
herein charged and stated w'll he taken aa ron-
ressea. anu a decree entered against yon accord-
in? to tbe prayer of said bill.
Rock Island llliuoie. Nov. 4th. 1"I0
OBO. W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
M Ehtkv MclfMtKT.Comp'tSol.
JUT OF XBROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I Within and for tha
1 orUirrn Grand Division
St7T-RBc Cooler. t of aaid Stale.
Errvjr m Appellate Court of Illinois la and for
Annette Guver, Kxerntrlx of the Estate of Samuel
S. Guyer. deceased. Annette Guver anuri u
Gayer and Annette Guyer. plainlifls la tim,
va. John H. W liana, Holawa Rakaa, tseorge M.
11. Hakes. William T. Rlctra, Stephen A. Main,
aiuwwcr j. oeonry, i nomaa . Kooinaoa.
vnaries aiaer. -ine nock Island Paper I Vim
nany. Philemon L. Mitchell. Phil Mitrhnli. tt ii.
liam It. Goat, Elmora Bunt and Cornelias
n bkuca. The aaid Annette Guyer executrix of
the estate of Samuel S. Gayer, deceased. Annette
Guyer, Edward U. Gayer aad Annette Guyer have
sued out a writ of error from aaid supreme eourt to
re.ctw a juagmeui oouunea oy said Jona M.
Wilson against said Annette Guver. eieoutrii
etc., Annette Guyer, Kdward H, Guyer and An
nette Guyer ia a certain cast In wh'ch Holme
Bakes, Georare M. D. Hakea. William T. Hires,
Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Bentiey, Tnomaa
J. Robinson, Charles L. Walker. Tbe Rock Island
!"air tompary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Coroeiiua
i.ynue, ruu atiicneu. wunam H.Gestand Elmore
W. Hnrat are also parties io tbe aaid Appellate
Conrt of Illinois in and for the second district
which said writ of error ia now pending In said
Supreme Court; and whereaa, a writ of Scire
Facias has been rtuly Issued herein, returnable oa
the first day of tha next term of said feu pre me
Court, to be holden at Ottawa, ia said state, on the
First Tuesday ia March, next, according to law ;
and, whereas, also, it appears by affidavit on file in
the clerk's office of said Supreme Conrt that the
said Holmes Hakes, GeorgaM.U. Hake. William
T. Rigga. Stephen A. Mala, Alexander T. Bentiey
rc yuuivHiaiuiiDi tae aiaieoi ininoia, and witn
outthe reach of the proceas of raid supreme court.
Now, therefore, yon, tha said Holme Hakea,
m. w. nun, wunamx. Itlggs. HlepbenA.
Main, Alexander!'. Bentiey, th. said defendants
in error, wnos. non-realdeac. appears aa afore
said, are hereby notified to be and appear before
the Justice of said Supreme Court, at th aext
term of aaid court to be hoidaa at Ottawa, in aaid
state, on the First Tuesday la March next, to hear
th record and lirooaedinga brought Into said
Supreme Court oa return of said writ of errors and
the errors assigned. If yon shall sea fit, and further
u no ana receive wnai saia court eball order la tliia
Dated October SDtlt, A. D-18H0.
A. H, TATLOR, Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock Islabb Codbtt, i
Ia the Circuit Court tn Chaneer
John Peetz, administrator cum tastamento annexo
oi tne entaia or nauey Iavenport,Ueceaaed, va.
tbe Hock Island aad Milan street Railway Com
pany, cnaries h. Stoddard, J. F. Robinson,
K I more Hurst, Peter Fries and J. Q. Maaale.
John Peetz, administrator cum tentamrnto an
nuo of th estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceased. Vs. the Hock Island A Milan Street
nauway company, sin wucner, John W.
Stewart. Jamea at. MLntvnmarv a.
Fraser, Levi Sharp. Freds rick Weyerhaeuser.
Frederick C. A. lMmkmann, William f. Hal
iigan, itoa nooumansee, Tnomaa S. Silvia.
Louis V. Xckhan aad Joha E. Downing.
Georga Downing, Br., Jamea Downing and
1 bomaa Downing, partaer lc a Downing
Notice is hereby gtvea that by virtus of a de
cree of the circuit court In nd for tbe county of
Rock Island in the Mata of Illinois, ntmi ii, ih.
almve entitled causes on the Thirtieth hl day
of September. A D. , ISM. I shall oa Saturday, tbe
Bixth lJ day of December. A. D., 180. at the
hour of tea 101 .'clock ia the forenoon of said
day at th north door of th eourt bona In lb
city of Kock Island ia aaid connty of Rock Island,
sell, subject to the approval of aad confirm at loa
"7 hi circuit win,j at puniic auction so the
highest bidder or bidden anon aba trm Imi,.
af icr and in aaid decree mentioned, all taa rail
way of said defendant th Rock Island Milan
Street Railway Company, aaid railway extending
from tbe corner of deventeratb atmat ami VirJt
venue la aaid erty of Rock lsiaud Ui rough and
long th treat nod vennee of aaid city to a
point at or Boar th soalbem limiu of aid dty,
and thence over ita right of way and la part over
and atouc certain roads and highwaya la tha Iowa
of Sonth Rock Island to and over th or uvea now
owned by the said city of Rock Island apaunlnc
Rock river between the town of Bean aaa the
town of Milan, and taeac over and along certain
treat aad public grounds In said town or city of
aiiiao to its terminus tnereia and Inciadlag th
branch extending from tha town of Sean. .ton.
aid to tbe nigh point oa tbe Muffs ot Rack river
awwu as oiecB aawa watca Tower, togatber
with U uid railway company' right of way, rear
estate,., leaaaa, road-bed. track, stde-tracka,
switches, 4ra, tie, engine and station hnnans.
barns, motor, rolllu stuck, mil kmsn.
hinery, tools, la piemen ta and beJongiav and all
aaid railway company a property, appilaacea aad
Ppartananeaaof every sort, kind and description
wtiataoever bow belonging to and owned by aaid
defadaat rail stay com'pany, mcluding those now
In ibe poesesnioa or control of Frederick Baas,
heretofore aptotntad receiver herein, and all such
which may bareaft- r and prior such sale be ac
quired b him, I excepting nevertheless all moneys
beioni'lng tn said street railway company bow io
tha hands of aaid receiver aad all inch a may
arie from or grow out of th aaa of aaid i all way
property and franchises, or may some to a d re
ceiver prior to hi u treacle ring ponsaskm of said
railway eadaaouerty aa by aaid drcreo oeovided)
together with all tha rights, privilege aad fran
chisee of aaid defendant railway eeanpany lo
maintain and operate itaid railway and umm
itsbBsiaeas.aadto maintain aad operate it said
7 over, niuug, acrosa aaa lBionga tae reeta,
aUey, roade and pabiie ground of aaid city of
Rock I aland, said town of Miiaa aad aaid toanJhln
of South Rock Island, and over and along taa
uitaitvm Buwaiuy niKB rtvar, aaa au ocaer
nvhta, -prlvtl and fm4ilaa whatsoever kw-k-gloor
.-.twi..ue-ald railway ooav
p- ; aU of s- - r "wa, twaet. muuetir
r. .laandamn. - k- ,t , a eoow
orawckb-.ada. ..M a m; b-.rT.T
nevartaaieaa to au -a tor t '
general orsoec"d, .... s
mv - a. 1 ...
t -v. ' i " - 1 f" -
renders their cocoa easy of
highest degree its delicious
- former, fifty per cent, greater
a no"luT eaaliuaa. -traeat aala ia taa $
SQUARE, NEW YORK.
THE TKAVELK1W UL'iUE.
way Depot corner Fifth arenas aad Thirty
Brt atreet, C. 11- Skelton, agent.
4 :50am tOaai
B rW am 10:M pea
Council Blaffa A Minneso-1
ta Day Kxpreas
Kanaas City Day Kxpreas. ..
Council Blnff A Minneso- I
ta Express i
Council Bluffs Omaha I
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f
Saasaa City LiaUted
1 .-or pi
TGoing west. tOoIng east. ially.
BURLINGTON RoClE-C B. A tc. RAIL
way Depot First avenue aad Sixteenth as
M J. Vonng, aaeat.
- I tBBTVB.
St. Loais Kxpresa..
T 3am T IHpaa
St- Loots BXir.M...
St. Paul gxprree
tteardstowa Paaeenger. ...
Way Pretcht (Monmonth)..
Way Freight (Slcrllni:)....
Do bug as
t ) am
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAITL RAIU
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twer tieth street, between First aad Second
avenue, B. D. W. Holme, aeent.
stall sua Axpree-
St. Paul Expv
RO:K INLAND A PKURIA RAILWAY DE
pot First s venue sad Twentieth street. V.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
I aavs. iaan.
1 K) am 1 pa
10 sm; 8 pas
Flat Mall Kinross.... .
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South Eastz
I ootns wasr.
8 15 am
1 37 pm
1 811 pm
ar. Orion. .Iv
6 17 pm
10 T i
l it am
ti. as am
St. Louis, Mo
T 66 pm
8 16 am
KI 95 pm
. rfoisvtiie .
Passenger train arrive aad depart from Us loa
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island 8-43
p. a. arrives at Peoria 8 -as a. a Leaves Prorta
.io p. aa. arrives si BLOCS island lWta
.Mam 4 -la) pm
'.0.20 ami 6.05 nm
Lv. Rock Nlaad.
11 UU sal 5 40 pa
Ar-otn. - MlAAcl tmm.
.nm It Vipmi 8.46 pm
a.w pa t.npa
8 05 am a up pmi 6.80 pa
Chair ear on Fast Exprea between Rock Island
sad Peons in both dlrsotions
H. B. 8UDLOW, n. STOCKHOU8E.
Snnerinteadeat. Gent Tkt. Agent.
?1T"In. TRAIN with Ileotrie lighted cod
iV,r.""""""g trains ostweea lie
Milwaakaa, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
T?A'fH7rOTALOTJTB with Electric
lighted and Steam heated Vestibule trains bs
iwesB Chicago and Council Blafls, Oataaa or
4M. Paul snd taa Paets IVui
"AT NATIONAL ROUTE betwssa Calcag
-mrnj MW Oh, U)9pUa Mg.
".IJI'r,.? R"AD Bt an principal
. poiau la IlllaoU, Wlseoasla. Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri, South Dakota aad North Dakota.
VarsiAn. ,4m . . . .
frstlthl. eta., annlv to ,K . . . T . .
of th Chicago. Mllwaako A St. Paul Railway, or
a ay railroad aaeat anv when In tn. wnrld
aVOeWELL MILLEB, A. V. H. CARPENTER,
stsWlaaatMBl BalasaiaiA. rft wa aw SB. -
MT PfW iTifBswasatHywai ftaa - - - a. M
FrTZI bT,b' " Chicago. MUwaakes
bt. Paul Railway Company, writs t. H. G. Has
gea.Laadoomaiaaloaar Miiwankea. Wlseoaats.
HORBT VON KCECKRJTZ. Pharmacist
PBEavarPTioB a SrsctaXTr.
Fourth At, and Twsnty-Third 8t
- AIL KINDS OP
Cast Iron Work
4ka. A spectslty of furnishing all klaoa
of Stores with CasUags ot seats
v - .. . per pound. , -
' A MACHINE SHOP-
has beea added where aU kinds of msrhln
, work will b doas ant-cUM.
r KEJTn BT. AUD ?t!i AVE.
re v:::: rr Pre--
1 v, '
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
SL PLUUBEB, STEAK
CIIAS. W. TKRBURY. Manaser.
Second Hand Goods
Boys, sells aad trade aay article.
aaafartarer of all klad of
BOOTS AND SHOES
Geata' Pias Ssoes aepeclalty. KapairtaeaoM orally and prosaptly.
A share of year pauoaaif reapedally solicited.
1618 Seroml Ayrnae. Rnek Island. IU.
IB1. "W. WinSTTIEIR,,
Prnprletn of the
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND 1XL II ALL.
No. 19U8 SECOND A VENT E.
I ai ported Clears s specUTty. For a (uod 5t cljaT call at la -Arcade.-.
3VL E. MURRESr,
Choice Family Groceries
At rat las stock of Qrncerias tkat will s
Uu opened his New and Ppsciom
No. 1C20 to 1626 Third avenne,
where he would be pleased to ace hi frk-nda.
A" V"1" irUk a AW aad Porur. aad the well kaowa drlak -Half aad -alf " ta
ooi, place la the city aae s yos caa m iu Kosot Beef Laaco every day mJ IS to i
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
"Hw Mor. aew stark, ta heat eoods at lb
W. C. MUCKER,
Havtof asrcaassd las
Propntf which h ha had reatui for lb bo.
oi vaaisssa, aow praparad to ao
Day and Regular Boarding
. at very reasonable prices.
, . Ha la also escaped la tae
Plscs wltk a chairs lot of Orocrvte.
rarai prod ace a specially.
A. D. HUESING
Kapasaaaaa mmti . A.a i.
fcbowa yirlaBraar.(aapiil bofoUowlac:
. yeacbsstor Fir la. Coapsay of w . V. '
Bakalo Ooraaaa la. Oa.. fcaAato. K. I.
BncbsatsT Wiralss las Os BnrSsslsl T
TJatoa la. Co .sf Craraas.
geoartty laa. Os., Maw Uissa. 0B.
BUssuua Mscaaalca lua. oa.. atUwaakaa. Vas
weraiaa nr. Lsa. Co, of warla,Ili.
Offlos Cor. 18th Bt, and Second Are.
- ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
a,. n, v . . ..
aad McithlTlrreirnSr"' --PP-.
rraoMt fasts as. is as aeeosspiish al ta4 u
claimed foe tbssa. lobaaaseasaaiblyforUwoMsa
Kniiar ta woasaa. raU Ursciaaa wlU ssvA
atMrLit .ilkw. I f . i
H O.. royalty sroprWttws. Iloaacor, Ioar Too
eaalaa pia obsaiaadof OtaaavaaWrt; Ivawstrsss,
- Isasast, Japp Cw isaswapan, sdfaj
They bar got It.
It will Bake yonr horn) happy.
It will not fas or smok.
It has large bab pn.
It has kearj gtcl body.
It keeps Bra an Bight.
rr rs the
th grandest production of anodera tiroes.
Ws Utile you to call mm! etaaaia our
rumen 11m of Uverside 8 lores aad Rug.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
Aim gas mm.
AXD IKALBI IM -
Wrought and Cast Iron and L-ad 11 pe
Flos, Packing, Swr and Drain Tile.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
WIVil work at fair prices. Estimates furaobod.
Offlf as I shop Il 18th St. Telcpbos 1181.
Rock Island, 111.
la New aad
A eoeetahl s4e of iv-wvlrv.
No. 1614 (Wood Arnoc
aefioe anil Twenty-first 8l. R.i:k IsUad.
sold SI losrast Kvltf r rices. A saare mt sakllc
fSOS Txtib Avveoe. ROCK ISLAND
los-est prices. A saare of satroaay, salVaved.
Alter Sf years siix iti sx, ta trsrkli
saeaui Masse. I will aeeasaw ysassorel,
leas lessiass few law least saoaeyof aay
trarhlaf I set ra
Pvelaa. crvea ear Javealle pmmO
WUI ase as ardee ism.
AWksofas Usjs-talrd asT mt sasrked aetos oa
bbssl ssassc a wwy oaa. Leave orders, bsssim
astbor. at mj mmmt rooaa, nm rVrcoad veasa.
oaerlaltr at arachla taexasrVeand
tearkers how is srara.
Addrsea sis St l Brady Daves rvT. 1 V
at AO. C. A. kKHKAKK.
John Volk & Co.,
, , QKITTIBAL
rVask, Doors, Blinds. BUllofj, Tlnti
-ink14owea4 was bar ssindsrs. "
Klcaasoaia Sc. bsi. ralrd aad Poena ..,
CIIAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
viauck aiutk. . mm mm s fcact ujaad.
B1"! bareaaasd a essiplsta las of rsatortab
kv,f searad lae servV of Mr. Un. L im,
of Caaeaeo. aa ocparl fssarral diraess sad eas
bsisisr of It years axpeneaca, aaa rsils bee
pared to caarafiieo assasfsctssa. , .
TsioaboMliis. , .
V rSwH .l.ts. ula.
1 1 4'. aa w. Bums a- cws. m s
IV JiSks. SMhaasb sMaa
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets.
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
SsTCall aad see our Ilaa.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
Has ju.l retnrwed from Eatrope aad would U (Oeaard to see hi ir-nis at
his place of tiaww la
t?TAB Rlocc, Oppomtx IIaepib Hocta.
FALIi.AND "WINTER SUITINGS
for WJ 91 hare bre rejcwirad.
F. C. HOP-PJE.
n-.le. rt . Jill
J. T. IXEXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd Ate::t
C. J. W. 8CnRElXER.
-Contractor and Builclirr-
. House and Sign Painter. "
nr-tU sM a4 far Ha.. araMsssSAtiatslMas
P. O. Bet ITS. ItOCK 1"Aa5
Oftto aad Shop Corasar SereatMU K.
aad cVsraik !,
isavAll stasa mt Artbsuc ssava a SreaHy
Contractor and Builder,
8bop Third arepus, ht wen 10th and 11 lb ittwi,
j- ' (ritd Ita-Vs rdd -taad.)
CXAI1 kixt ot Carpswtxr wck aad reairtBf Anmm. MtiHrs,
J. UL. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AStrACTvasB or cbacxiu abb Kvir.
. Ask your Oracwr Cor Uetm. TW are bet
fAsV-Sparssltiaa; TsKMiif "0TaTl- od taa Cbrkstr WArSa"
ROCK LSLAND. 1LV
ra T.0wta Etrtarl. est U
- - for
DAVIS & CO,
rip-, Rraas Goods, racking.
noa Fire Brick, Elf
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA1GES
sieri. oa entl m (j ,
Tsvstf dor snol. as Hasaaiw. tmrm
fUfetj rUaviJec tVslV-rs aad
fBrakabla aad l.vibc aVsir. at. I
1711 risen .n
Rnrk lalaal till.)
itssS. sUsans lv-Aa. ta
COMPLETE IN ill
Fa rVUloavrstw Addrrw
J. C. DOJIClX
' assrk. Ala. sm af sruswS rsiass ar
w. sssisak saad IssiraSia.
ROCK ISLAND. VJL
aw sia iirsdiw
i.araaa'sA.af bs sias
asOblosaksr A aWOrert
Coarad BcnaekW. gncmt,. IU
Am aula T
m a-v i a . a at w L-i a- b aa
aa W al J-s J mZj OsUVWM)