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FARM AND GARDEN.
THINGS SAID AND DONE BY PRO
How to Construe a Boa on Fonv
WkMM Vfaron 8a That Lena Can
- Damped Trithoo Aid of Fork or
The home inventions shown in the ao
Mxnpaaying cnts of dnmp beds for font
wheeled wagons were recently described
by Rural New Yorker as follows:
Put a rod on each side of the wagon
box and fit to stoat boards with notches,
to that they will rnn readily on the rods.
Bolt blocks to the boards as shown at
Fig. 1. and fasten a chain to block.
Then place the boards as shown, with
the chains ont of the box, and throw in
the manure. It reqnires bnt a moment
to nnhitch from the pole, hitch to the
chain, and pnll the manure ont of the
wagon box. This is somewhat on the
principle of the shire tdintft, which are
so nst-fnl in unloading hay.
At Fig. 3 is shown the second device
for dumping described by Rural New
Yorker. For this no special running
fear is needed, as the hind wheels and
entire forward axle, with the wheels and
ill, can bo used. The outer frame has
two 8 by 6 inch side rails, each 0 feet
long, with one end mortised into au
PNt. 1 IIAII.INO CUT MANfRE.
ordinary hiud axle one foot from each
end. Tho ends of the axlo are rounded
off and ironed, an tiHn.U, to receive the
hind whecla. At the forward end of the
aide rail a notch 2) inches deep and 15
inches wide is cut in the nnder side, and
in it a hardwood plank of the same
dimensions and 3 feet 10 inches long is
To the lower side of this piece is fas
tened bolster 6 inches, wide and 4 thick
in the middle, tapering to S inches at
each end. A s tuple of inch round
tron is set midway in the bolster piece,
projecting 4 inches above it, and is
secured by nnts on tlie lower end. A
I inch hole is bored through the middle
of the bolster for the king bolt. Five
strong stakes are mortixed for each side
bar, the front one 1 foot from the end
two strkea aro set in the hind axle to
npport the tailbounl.
The side boards of any desired width
are bolted to the stakes and the outer
frame is complete. Tho inner or dump
frame and liottom are usade'of suit
able width and length to fit easily into
the outer. There are two sideboards
3 by 5 inches and 8 feet 7 inches long,
and a cross piece 8 by C inches
is framed into tho rear end, and
one 15 inches wide tit the front. The
bottom consist of inch boards nailed to
frame. The front ends of the side
rails are notched on tho under side like
the onter rails, to admit the bolster
piece, and a slot 1 inch wide and 4 long
is cut through the front cross piece and
no. 2 a rrnriNo wagon.
bottom boards for the stanW This
frame is hung to the onter one by a bar
of inch iron 8 feet from the hind end.
It is held in place by n pin thronijh the
staple in front, which is removed for
unrnpmg. it 1b made narrow in front
to facilitate turning.
Keeping rider Mweet.
Sot a great deal of cider will be made
this season at the most. Nevertheless a
successful plan for keeping it sweet may
be just as acceptable to many as it would
be in a year of plenty. Unless chemicals
re nsea, wnicn change its taste unpleas
antly, if they do not injure it otherwise,
I know of only one way in which early
made cider can be kept sweet for any
considerable time. Indeed there is no
process known by which it can be kept
wun me same sweetness aud flavor it
has as it runs from the press. The near
est am) roach to it with the I
ons change in its onalitv can )e ntitninml
by bottling it air tight while it is yet
quite sweet and before any signs of fer
mentation have appeared. I first filter
it thoroughly to take ont all the fine
particles of pomace, and then heat it to
the boiling point and immediately seal
it np air tight preeiwly as I would do if
canning fruits. The only drawback is
that it will change the flavor a little,
but I don't know of any better way for
Keeping ii sweet, says a correspondent in
. . .... - -
ioe new xoric World.
Plowing with Threat Morse.
A New York World correspondent
writes: 1 always dislike to see a team
overloaded so as to cause balking in bad
places, and thiuk it just as bad to make
one horse do the work where two should
be used, or two compelled to draw the
plow iu ground whore the strength of
three is not too much. A team of three
breast can be managed as easily as two,
and the satisfaction of following a team
that steps off freely, as ir they were not
overtaxed, is worthy of taking into ac
count, even if one has no feeling for the
horses. By attaching a d- Vide-tree for
two and a single-tree for r- ir. -se to a
long eveuer the draught is e..:-: y adjust
ed so that no one b:i more to pull than
another. With such a team, without
any fretting or urging, a man cau do a
third more work in a day in plowing
land hard to break up than he can with
two horses that have all they can do to
pull the plow along. Desides this the
work will be done better and the team
The readers of the Arocs will be pleased
to learn that there is at lean oe dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all lu stages, and that la catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia the onlv positive
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure it taken internally, acting
directly upon the blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease, and Riving
the patient strength by building up the
constitution and SMisting nature in doing
Us work. The proprietors have so much
faith Id its curative lowers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for any case
that It fails to cure. Bend for list of tes
F. J. Cbkksbt & Co.. Toledo. O.
Sold by druggists, 75c
Ts now Dsbllitaied Man.
.?.f ,0U wUI end JBr address we
will mall you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltafc belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
,UT,.?'Uo,? ,on to viK'. nianuood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Bklt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuff are
uuiuiuit mm weii as dangerous. El
Li , u P'eM"i. easily
J" '"" wa aaisinis. and a sure cure.
, " " f ana neais I
the iBflamea membrane, giving relief at I
once. Price 80s. , I
' JosLrw. Not. 85.
Dr. Morgan has left Joslln. He now
mases Erie, in Whiteside county, his
chief center. .
Invliailosi are out for a silver wed
ding at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
John Moody, of Coe, to be celebrated on
Messrs John Osborne, Richard Clarke
and Mr. Kempster, of Henry county, alt
made stirring speeches oa the aims and
advantages of the F. M. B. A.
It has seen circulated upon our streets
as a sort of an open secret, that the day
after election both of our village stores
exoerienced a heavy run on "Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup.
The Joslin Sunday school now meets
at 10:30 prompt. After a few minutes In
termission the Rev. Mr. Harper, of Port
Byr. n, will preach once in two weeks, so
that both services can be held with one
There was an invited surprise party on
Tuesday evening last at the residence of
Mr. William and Miss Lily Cook. The
Evans brothers were the musicians of the
company. It was gotten up in honor of
Mr. IJobert Cook, of Iowa, who is out on
a visit. -
Mr. Hiram Walker, one of our oldest
settlers, was unfortunate a couple of
weeks ago in falling and breaking one of
his ribs, and as he has been in feeble
health for some time, and belmr etohtv
five years of age. bis death is expected at
On Fridav evening last the V MR A
with their neighbor and friends, met at
the,8oslia school house to listen to a
speecn from jr. Kempster, of Henry
COUOtv. and have a annA lima onr:i..lln
Mr. Guthrie being appointed chairman of
the meeting, he first ca.led for music by
introducing W. H. Johnson, violinist, he
oeing accompanied upon the organ by
Mrs. William Payne. The music was so
exquisite and gave such satisfaction that
they were heartily encored. The Cromp
tons likewise gave two soul-stirring
songs which were well received.
Ao amusing little incident happened to
one of our lady friends (who resides near
Rock Island) during the last election.
This lady and her husband are both
earnest republicans, and having demo
cratic neighbors, a creat amount nf onnri.
natured political barter has been io
nuigea in. Ana ao sure was our lady
friend of a sweeping republic victory that
she prepared a set soeech and wrote it
down, which was to be reeled off the next
any to her democratic neighbor. Alas!
Bow the mighty have fallen. The speech
lays dormant. She blames the waole
thing on the F. M. B. A's. and the pro.
bibitioDista. Vaanty HalieiaaTR.
21 Charltv Watt to Gust Johnson part
of nwj. 38. 18, lw, $1,200.
J H Robinson to D W Condon, part of
lot 10. block 1. H R Edwards' addition to
Moline. $562 SO.
V B Lundquist to David Sears part of
nej. 23. 17. 2w. 500.
22 Annie 8 Black to Amanda Garner,
lot 19. South Rock Island, $1.
Mary A Lvnde to Louisa Hatter et al,
wj. s J, 23, 16, 8o. $1.
VY l Hotter bv executor to James
Bowers, sej. 23. 16. 8a. 96.000.
Maria O'Connor to Bridget Grady lot
6, block 5. Bracket's addition to Rock
Simon A Kerns to Charles S Kerns, part
of lot 1. block 23. old town of Moline.
William Holdorf to John leek part of
sej. 13, 17. 2w, $300.
William Kerns to Simon Kerns part of
lot 1, block 53. old town of Moline, $400.
24 Orlando Child to Henry Swanson,
part of sej. nej. 5. 17. lw, $275.
22 Estate of Thomas McEntire. Proof
of death and petition for probate of will
and letters testsmentarv.
Estate of Frank III. ' Will admitted to
Estate of Ambrose Searle. Proof of
notice of final settlement and final re
ceipts of legatees filed and approved.
Estate closed and executor discharged.
25 Estate of Thomas Mclntire. Will
admitted to probate. Letters of testa
mentary issued to Eliza Mclntire. Bond
Eststc of Frank III. Letters of testa
mentary issued to Katherine III. Bond
LICENSED TO WKD
23 Geo. W. Ailes. Davenport, Ida M.
Nash. South Rock bland.
24 Harry M. Pettit, New York, Miss
Susie E. Stoddard. Rock Island.
THE STRATAGEM PEA.
A Variety That rmiwtM Mnny Kxcellrnt
The siratajrein pea ia a deservedly pop
ular sort, securing extra prices in many
markets as well as pleasing consumers
at home with its large size and good
qnality. The plant bears numerous pods
A MfSLRVEbLT FtlPTLAR PEA.
of laro size and usually crowded with
peas. Jt comes mid-season, perhaps
midwnv between Tili' vorhnrit ml
champion of Emrbtnd. It rennimt mlv
about one-half the labor in picking de-
mamieu ny many other varieties. The
piani is remarkably bushy, not over
eighteen inches high and entirely self
lUDnortimr. stem Rtont nnrl ctnW nn,1
leaves large and healthy.
The branch shown in th
ing cnt was sketched on the Popular
Gardening grounds, where, in addition,
to the stratagem, the newer introduc
tions or garden (wrinkled) peas, among; !
them Telephone, Yorkshire Hero and i
American uampion, luive proved en
tirely reliable, and also of hiirheat
qnaliry. The foregoing baa been pre
sented with a view to assisting readers
in a selection of seed for another season.
A Legal Tilt.
Briefless (a young lawyer) Well, Til
Old Practitioner 1 wouldn't lx snr-
priwM t'uit is. if jm defend yourself.
A man can easily have his own way by
not wanting it.
H is said will sell anything, ' this ia
true in a measure; but for staying"
qualities,- merit is the test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
it is new or unknown, but after it
comes into general user it is judged.
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specifies
Is the beat evidence of ita excellence..
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells tesu
others. ..Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances. "
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
nailed free. " ;
Swift Spkcific Con Atlanta, GsW
If YonrHoaMisoarirs -e
Yon put water'on the burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And if you have
catarrh yon should attack the disease in
the blood, not ia the nose. Remove the
impure cause, and the local effnet sub
sides. - To do this, tika TtnnA'm
rilla, the great blood purifier, which radi
cally ana permanently cares catarrh. ; It
also strengthens the nervm. iu, in A
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
Briefleas ft vnnns lt'narl. W11 T'M
be hanged! Old Practitioner: 1 wouldn't
be surprised that is. If you defend yoor-so-f.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
Dr. S. E.
(Late of Cincinnati. Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the put six months he has successfully
of tbe moat severe character.
The names of a few who live In Davenport and
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson, rheumatism;
Miss Lizzie Vance. Mr John Speiker, calar-h;
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wm gankeyf, scrofula; Mrs
J A Wiener, Mr R L Ma onhamer. heart disease;
Mra F W Marshall, (11 years standing) piles;
Mr Samuel Speieea, (is ' piles;
Mr Isish Doty 7 " ) oiles;
Mrs May Wendt. J A Wright, Sarah Muhson,
Frank Hayes. Wm McOranahan, M K Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has, but tney are ensugb to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
tbe esuse and treatment of diaeaae.
CSTLoss of Maunood, Seminal Weakness, and
Irrors of Youth, positively and permanently
fjaTToastrlvely no case taken that cannot he
eored. Correspondence accompanied by 4c la
atamna promptly answered.
Office McCullough's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Cbeapest and best place In tbe paper for
"Wants. " "Lost," 'Sale" and "Rent notices.
Only one-half cent a word. Kverybody Mads this
cowan, i ry 11.
TTTANTiD A COMPETENT NORSE UIKL.
v w enquire at i.i aeventecutu sueeu
TJ'OR RENT furnished pleasant front room to
respeciaoie geutleman, Mo. i:t!9 Second ave.
ONEY LOANED ON FURNITURE at 1814
secooo. avenue. J. W. JON K3.
TIOR SALE A FINE L'JT OP SURGICAL IN
I. atrumenta, also a full set of coal miner's tools
at J. W. Jones' aecund hand a tors, 1614 Second
SECOND-HAND FCRNITURB, bomrht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
storea at aomaeaat corner Ferry and Third 8ts,
TTOR SALE VALUABLE PATENT IM
Jw provement on Elevators. Now in operation at
Star Finiahing Works. Sags Hamilton St, Fhilada.
Fa; preserves life and lUnb; for full porucnlars
WANTED LADY AliKNTS AT $.V) PER
montb and expenaea. Call at No. 13 'lf-
TTT ANTED An active Traveling Salesman to
VV aelt a general line of our Merchandise to
mercuania oniy. uoou waves and expenses paid,
Wholesale office BS-1S? Washington St , Chicago,
tttati;d.-a lady to manage a
v uranca omee, at bur own home, for the Fa
mous Female Specific Orange Lily" ; a splendid
opportunity: address with stamp. The Dr. Coon
ley Medical Institute. South Bend Ind.
Salesmen wanted to sell nursery
Stock. Situations permanent, salary and ex
penaea. or commission from start. No expert
ence necessary. On tut free. Write for terms,
statlngsge fl. E. IlOOKJiR CO., Nurserymen,
Rochester, SI. Y. .
WANTED OEXKKAL STATE AGENT To
open headquarters in some priucinal eity,
assume exclusive control of our business and ap
point local and sub-agents tn .vrv ntw in the
state: goods well known, staple as flour, tn uni
versal oemand, and pay a net profit of 60 to 100
lerceni. Auuress TUB UNION COMPANY,
f44 Broailway, New York. ss
LUMBKR LUMBER-YAttD WORKMEN OF
all grades, can secure steady employment in
tbe lumber yards of Chicago at from $1.50 to
J;?0 Per day on application in person to E, E.
HOOPER Secretary of the Chicago Lumber
ard Dealer's Association, room SIS Chamber of
Commerce, S. K. corner LaSalle and Washington
streets. Chicago. 111.
J. Ms BEAtiDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with -J. T Kan
worthy, 17S6 Second Avenue.
JACKSON k HCRST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Kock Island
National Bank Building, Kock Island, IU.
a. d. ifnm, 0. u walksb.
SWEESET k WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Omce ia Bengaton's block. Rock Island, Q,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
eearity, make collections, Keferenoe.Mitcb
II A Lynde. baaken. Omee In Postofflce block.
FOR SALE EYBHY EVENING at CramptOD's
Newa Stand. Five cenU per copy.
DRSs RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF TUB ONTARIO VETBRNA
ry college, Vetemary Physicians anp Surgeon.
Officet Tlmlall'a LI very stable; Residence: Ovec
Asters Bakery, market square.
Jo Whom it mat Congers.
Notice la hereby given, that at tbe December
term, A. D 18S0, of tbe coonty court of Rock Isl
and county, state of Illinois, the undersigned, aa
guardian ofMary Ann Lee, Eliaalee.OeorgeLee
Robert T. Lee and Florence J. Lee, rcslden.a of
said county, and minor children of William Lee.
deceased, will apply to aald eoart fur leave to sell
the estate, title and interest of aaid minors tn the
following real estate situated la the oonntv of Pa.
oris, state of Illinois, to-wlt:
The undivided one-fourth of tbe northwest qnar
terof aectionSve, 8 J, township ten, in), uorth
range six j east of tbe foorth veinctpal meridian
except acrea In to northeast cornar or aaid
quarter aectton. aald appllcaUon will be mads toe
the parpose of otberwlse investing taneocswla of
hs sale of as 14 minora' Interest la aud i aoa.
Mack Island, Illinois, Nove .,o.
avisatlu.i TT ai aniaaalit.
THE ROCK ISLAND
Is the most ancient and most general el an
diseases. Scarcely a txmlly it entirely tree
from It, while thousands sveiywlieis are Its
suffering slaves. Hood's SanaparOla kas
had remarkable soeeess in earing every form
: et scrofula. Tbe most severe and Batata!
running sores, swellings In the neck or
' goitre, humor in tbe eyes, causing partial
or total blindness, yield to tbe powerful
affects of ibis medicine. It thoroughly rs
aioves every trace of tin parity from tbe
blood and builds np the weakened system.
aoMbvdrnnclMs. rtafortS. rpS mXf I BoU kr Arwrt.u. l. ,t (, fv Pripmdamly
y C L HOOD CO, Apothecaries, LovcU, Haak hj 0L L HOOD a I o.. A x't kerarbw. Lowall, kbua,
IOO Doses One Dollar ' IOO Doses One Dollar
- Kntats of Henry C. Whltrldgtt. deceaned.
1 e undoniKnwl, having bea appotoied ev
eci trix ol the taut will and teniament of Henry U.
Wl itridge, lata of the county of Kock Inland, uue
of I llinoia, doeeaned, hereby glvea notice that ae
wlli apiMtar before the county court of Rock Iel
ani county, at the office of the clerk of oald
overt. In the ei IT of Hock Island, at theJanoarr
ter a, on the First Monday In January next, at
wh en time all penona having claims againat
aait eftate are notifled and reqaeated to at
tesl for tbe pnrpoae of having the same adjust
ed. All persona indebted to said estate are re-
3 ik sted to make immatiiate payment to the an
Dated this nth day of Norember, A. T., 1S90.
OlIARLO'lTK A. WHITKIDUK, Executrix.
Boca Jsuasi, c cktv. "
To tbe January Term A . 1891, CitcuitCourt,
of aala County, In Obaucery.
Jot ph McKcynoldo complainant, v. Hucb Mc-
K synolds. Carrie McKeyn. kia. Mows D Well.
B-enton R. Vi eHa, Mark Anhdown, Orlo W.
K icbarriaon. Eugene A Lsncaater, Jo C. Car-
n ll, Abraham Mrauas. Hugo Ooodmau, Mmou
. Ywdorf .Ui Kdwin Koee, doltndauu Kore-
t j tbe aove named defendants, Orlo W. R ch
ard;on and Kui ene A . Lancaster. Notice la here
by iiven that the above entitl d cause la now
Sen line in said court against yoa and the oiher
of ndanta above named, that a summons ia chan
cer; has been issued therein against you dnwteit
to I sheriff of said county to execute, retnrnabla
to tie January Term, lbal, of said court, to be
bey in and boitlen at the court house In the cily
of r ock Island In said conuty on tbe first Mnndav
of J inuarj , next, at which time and place yon ill
R ick laland. Illinois, November 14, 1X).
' UKOK.iK W. GAM BLR. clerk of saM Conrt.
it ckson A Hokst, Complainant's Solicitors.
STi TB Of ILLINOIS, I
Ko a Island Court r. I
In the Circuit Conrt, January term, 1891.
Kmi ia Albricht vs John Al' richt In Chancery.
Aliiuavitof aoa-resldence o the above named
def Msnr. John Albricht, having been Died in the
clerk's office or tne circuit coort ol said county,
notice is therefore hereby given to the said John
Allnicht defendant, that I he complsinant Sled
her I lill of complaint In said con. t, i n inecbuicery
side thereof, on th SJud dav of ovemher issw.
and h. t ibereuuon aaummons issned ..m r -t.i
s court, wherein ssid suit is now p,niling return-
uie en me nrst jionoay in tne mon n of January
next, asis by law rcouired N..w unless . )
j said John Albricht. defendant, above named.
sbsl: personally be and appear before sai circuit
cour , on the Urst day of ibe next term thereof, to
i t hldeo at Hock lland in aud for tbe said coun
ty, o l the first Monday In January nest, and plead,
anas sr or demur to the said complainant bill of
com) laiut, the ssuie aud the matters and things
then in charged and stated w'U he taken aa con
fess 4, and a decree entered sgaiost you accord
ing to tiieprayerof said bill.
Mo :k Island lllinola, Nov. S4th. 1-1.
iEO. w. GAMBLK. Clerk.
M Enikt McKMiBT.Comp-tSol.
KIT OF ERROR.
TATE OF ILLINOIS, l Wtthln and for tbe
yNorthern Orsnd I Ikvinn
, SiTBXnaOoCRT. ) of said State.
- Irv to Appellate Court of Illinois la and for
the Second lusirlrt.
Anm tteGnver, eentrix of the Estate of Samnel
t). t tuver. deceast. Annette Uuver. Ktward H.
tin rer aud Annette Gnyer. plaintiOs In error,
va, jdiiu n. wnson, uoimea Hakes, Ueorge M
D. rlakes, William T. Ki;-s. Stephen A. Main,
. AKiaaer i. Dent icy, -4 nomas J. Robinson,
Clnles L. Walker. The Rock Island Paper Com
pat y, PhilemoaL. Mitchell. Pbil Mitcbvll. V II-
liaia U. Gest, Elmore Hunt and Cornelius
w SRCis. Tbe said Annette Gnysr executrix of
'he e ae of Samuel S. Gayer, deceased, Annette
'.luyt r, Edward H . Gnyer and Annette Guyer have
sued sot a writ of error from aald eupreme court to
a jougroeix oowscs oy aaia Joes ft
11 a against said Annette Guyer, executrix,
etc Annette Gnrer. Edward B. Guver and Ad-
ph uuyer la s certain caat In wh'ch Holmes
ake , Georve M. D. Hakes. William T. Rlgea.
enl en A. Hun. Alexander V rtmrlev Thnm.,
. numnina, unaries l n siker. Tn Kock Isisod
ei Compary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
i.ynu i, run atitcneii. William U.tJest suit Elmore
V. h nrst are also nartiea in tbe said Annellaia
toart of Illinois in and for the second, district
v-uicii ssio writ or error ts now pending In said
Suprtme Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
F tcis baa been duly Issued herein, returnable os
fc-e B -ax day of the next term of aaid bupreme
C wit , to be holtlen at Ottawa, in aaid stale, on the
f rst Tuesday tn Marco, next, according to law
e-.-d, wnereas, also. It appears by alfidaviton Ble In
tl- clerk's office of aald Supreme Court that he
siid I olmesUakea, George M. IK Hskas, Wiilism
T Rii gs, Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. BenUey
si s m a-resideuta of the stale of Illinois, and with
ot-t th 1 reach of tbe process of raid Supreme conrt.
mr, therefore, you, tbe said Uoiihce Bakes,
oeurs s m. u. naaea, wu'um T. KlL'Cs, etlephen A.
Main. AlexsnderT. Bentlev. tlia said deadm
inferior, whose non-residence appears aa store
ss'd. lire hereby notified to be and appear before
tint jt slices 01 aaid Supreme Court, at tbe next
texmcf aaid court to be hoidan at trttawa. in amid
slate, on the First Tueaday In March next, to hear
toe p-cora ana proceeaings brought Into said
supra nuann return 01 ssia writ of errors and
toe en ore assigned, if you shall see HI, and further
to uo 1 no receive what aaid conrt shall order m this
i.-att d October Ssth, A. D., 1801).
A. Ii. TAYLOR. Clerk.
8A TE OF ILLINOIS, 1
I OC I lSLAMD COOJiTT, 1 W
In the Circuit Conrt in rhaneeee
Jon,t T eeta, administrator cum testamento annexo
orsia a estate ol Bailey Davenport, deceased, vs.
tt-jb 1 ock Island and Milan r-treet Railway Cora
pray. Charles H. Stoddard, 1 . F Koblnaon,
E'um r Hurst, Peter Fries and 1. Q. Masaie.
utgi sai Dill.
John i'eetx, administrator com testarn 'nto an
wxo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
cern d, vs. the Rock Island Jt Milan Street
- Runway company, Bxra Wllcner, John W.
St-w at. Jamea af. M niimmMrv kiiwln a
FniaiT, Levi Sharp- Fredetick Weyerhaeuser
Frid .Tlrk C. A. leukmann, William p. Hal
lljm. Ross Wood ma usee, Thomas S. Silvia,
. vie- v . suuwi aim sods a. Downing.
Gr r -e Downing, Sr.. Jamea Downing and
t b in aa Downing, partners etc- as Downing
Mc kr. la hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree f the circuit conrt in and for the county of
Kock It land in tbe slate of Illinois, entered lu tbe
stay entitled causes on the Thirtieth (thl day
of Heft -mher.A.D., 18U0, 1 shall on Saturday, tbe
u i u l' J ufliy ui Vfmoiwr, A., ir JBSU. at tbe
hour jO ten 101 o'clock In the forenoon of said
day a'. tne norih door of the court house in the
city of rk Island in aaid county of Rock laland,
sell, ( :u bject to the approval of and Conftrmaiioii
by sale circuit court. at public auction to tbe
highei.1 bidder or bidden upon the terms bereiu
atier u d in said decree mentioned, ail the rail
way or" atd defendant the Kock Island At Milan
Street I ailway Company, aald railway extending
from L . corner of seventeenth street asd First
avenuii in said city of Hock Island tarough and
along t le sireets and avenue of said city to a
point st or near, the southern limits of said city,
and U:i we over lis right of way and In part over
and al'set certain mada and hlirhwava la the t..n
of SonU. Eock island to and o-erthe or dgaa now
wwucuijus-Hiuciir oi nova; istaoa spaunlug
Rock Jl rer between the town of Sears ana the
town o- Milan, and thence over and alonr certain
streets i ad public grounds In aald town or city of
jhomu ... iu. enuiiiuv uierein anu luciautng uie
brancrSt xtemllnff from tbe h.n of Hear.
said toil sigh point on the bluffs of Rock river
anowD-ta isutcK uawa s watca Tower, together
with a,1 1 said railwsv com nan v a rleht of wav. real
estate leases, road-bed. track, aide-tracks,
switch!., iron, ties, engine and station houses,
barn, motors, rolling stock, cars, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and betoagius and all
aaid rau say company' property, appliance and
appurutiiancesof every sort, kind aud description
wUsteoe for sow belonging to and owned by said
defeudu d railway company. Including those now
Iti the f - esession or control of Frederick Bsss,
beretofc w aptinted receiver herein, and all such
which tv beroaft ir aud nrior to anr.h a&ie he
quired h him, ( except ing nevertheless al I money
iwiuuKfc s u saiu Birves railway company now In
the bant of aaid receiver and all sura aa mas
arias fro-a or grow out of the as of said lailway
property and franchisee, or may come to aa d re
ceiver p; lor to but surrendering pum ion of said
railway rnd property a by said drcre provided)
together with all the right, privilege and fran
chise rf said defoudaul railway company to
mainl ah and operate iu said railway and carry no
itsbnsin as, and to maintain and operate a said
railway t nr. along, across and throuuh the a raem
alley, sda and puollc grounds of said city of
Kock lab ad. aald town of Milan and aald townshlo
of Sontk Rook Island, aud over and alnwg lbs
aata nn m spanning Kock river, and all other
rights, a Alleges and f ranch Ises what-oever be
longings -or connected with toe said railway eara
Deny: ai " of aaid rallwav. nremiaes. nnin.,;.
rurbua. privliegea being aiUsted la the county
of Rock I land aforasaidisaid al biag subject
neverlh. -m to ail liens la ueorsssm.iU,
ganenri apecial, which may have aceracd and rs
Btain thai n prior to such sale.
I K rial i OP MALiv . 1 n thesntand rMO.080
doliars la eaaa. doss at tha tiaae ot aaid aal. and
thsrsmal r on..-1 ae s..teuvl sd osamrmauott
of such aa a by u eurcu.v court.
ttateai tnucc l-'-'-a, Iuumm, uus i-a dayof
' li..w IT
ARGUB, OATUKDAV, NOVEMBER I'O,
"My 11W daughter's Hfe was saved, I
believe, by Hood's BanaparUla.
she was six Months oW she bad f raaateg
Scrofula sores. One physirlaa sdvtssd the
aapntatioa of one or her fingers, M wfctaa
we refused rusent Wliru we brgaa grrtas;
her Bood's airMiiarilla. a narlird traprera
mem was aot! A and hy a Continued as of It
berreeoveri waeompMe. And hots bow,
being seven esr rl.l, strong and healthy."
& a Jokes, Alna. Lincoln Cuunty. Ha,
H. B. Be sure to get H.kxT.
THE TBATELERM 4JCLDE.
CQICAGO, ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC HAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenue sad Tbtrty-
i-v streei. v. ts paeiwm. agent.
TRAINS. tLstva. tAaaivs.
Kansas City Day Express... SiW am 1S:5t pat
Washington Express........ 1 :rS pm IS MS pal
lxV"re.?....M.'f. n I:05"
Council Bluffs jl Omaha I M. ... mi
Limited Vestlhnle Ex.. f "" "
Eansaa City Limited.. ...... . pat ntaat
tGoing west, ttloing east. Dily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE-C, B. J. RA1L
way Depot Vint avenue and Bixusalh st4
M J. Yon tig, agent.
TRAINS. tun awnrvm.
St. Loaia axpresa s J.,:4(tm
Uuj Extras T 8i pm t:!8 pm
et, Paul Express :4r, pm T M am
tieardstown Passenger S :pm 10:U am
Way Frel.ht (Monmouth)... :S sw l-bspm
V, sy Freight (Sterltnti) 1S:SS pml 10:10 am
Sterling Paesenger 7:31 amF :48 pm
Duhuaue " 10 u ami :(tpm
CHICAGO. M1I.WAUKB8 ST. PAUL RAIL.
way Kaela A Soothwestera Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holme. i;ent.
TRAINS. LsAva Aanrrs
MaU aud AXpreac l:4Ssc S O-lpj
St. Paul Lxpr S:l&v. 11 -a am
-i A Acconmortstl-a iip tU:lotr
r Aeees modatton T SBaa :lspm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth street. 7.
H. Rockwell, Agent,
TRAINS. Inivxj Aasrvs.
Fast MaU Express 8:lSam T: pm
Express Sam 1 Ml pm
Cable Accommodatloa S 16 am SKXI pm
4 00 pm 8:06 am
MOST DIKBCT KOCT TO THE
East and South East
I SOI NO
K i press
IS S8 i.ar
iv OP am
1st. Louts, Mo T 58 pm
S IS am
Ml 5 pm
S 16 am
. bouisvme. .
7 48 pm
lassenprr trains arrive and depart from Catoa
Accommodation train leave Rock Island 8 :45
p. m. arrive at Peoria S so a. m. Leave Peoria
i :ip p. m. arrives at Koctt Island I1SI.S,
Lv. Rock Island.
7 4-1 am
8.15 am ,11 00 am
A com. i d'UkAe.
8. 43 pm
.iu aa; i.a pm
S 08 anil 8.08 pm
Chair ear oa Fast Ii press betweeti Bock Island
anu reran in eota cureotioas.
U. B SUDLoW, It. 8TOCKHOTJ8B.
Superintendent. tteal Tkt. A rest.
fast mtt. ! i -
u. . ....... w .. .inane l
steam ttmtaM A ' . . . i - . .
- .. in. imimnti inim soiwesa
ClUTO ltfllnb.u Ul 1.. 1 I u 1 I . -
-TKAN.Yvw1naearaav snmm j.l w,
Hh. V . ' v. i m wive Btec'rm
"r-wun cneam neaiea vuntirea train be-
viuicago an uonndl MlnOa, Oaaha or
1ft. Paul and th PaciAe Onaai.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE tmtwaea Chlcag
5,MI?,rF. EOAD tdf an principal
polnu In Illinois WlaosMin. Mumiaota, Iowa.
M lasonri. South Dakota and North Dakota.
For maps, time table, rate of paaaag Bad
I?.nV,?;c- "'!'. to b twarest staUoa agent
of th Chicago. Mtlwaakee A St. Paul Kail war, or
to any railroad agent any where la the world.
ROSWKLL MILLER. A. V. H. CARPENTER,
General Manager Geal Paso. . Aft.
- . '." . i i. reiciaiHS so UUQI BttfJ
T',wn fT"?4 br ,br h Chicago, Milwamts
..-j vunir, write w n, . au
gen. Land oommlasioaer Milwaokea. Wisconsin.
HORST VON KCECKEJTZ. Pharmacist
Psaacairnoas a SrsctAt.TT.
Fourth Ava. and Twenty-Third St.
. ROCK ISLAND
M W ORKS,
ALL KINDS OF-
don. A specially of furnishing n kisds .
of Stove with Casuags ot aats
A MACHINE RrWP
ha been added whsre all kinds of n-SThlne
work will ba done Bret-claa.
NINTH 8T. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
till O. tl'IP.O. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
atooaxa M. B7..SS sad SB,
Tsa Elevator. DAYFNPOPT. IS.
: ; r -
and Ex. Express
s.to pm 8 1& am
S.iH pm 8 M am
S.S7 pm S.SU am
S 57 pm 50 am
4.85 pm 10 ST am
tb7 pm 10 50 am
58 pm li saam
auftpm 1.16 pm
11.15 pm 1 55 6a
11.56 am 7.SRaa
1S.1B am r.W pm
flS am '..IS pm
.15 am l i am
S.n am S.SU pm
7 SO ami
It T7ill Pay you to Ezaminolt
ASK TO TJE NEIOHB0E3 ABOUT IT.
CHAS. W. TERBURT. Manager.
-cr. w. jones-
Dealer ia Hew aad
Second Hand Goods
Bars, Mils and trade air snarl. A awrctaH sad f irwsnv.
No. 1814 Second Aveoaa.
A. BLAC KHALL ,
Msaafactarer af all ktads of
BOOTS ANT) SHOES
a specialty. Repairing
A oar of foot
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. Sfl0 Fifth Avceoe. ROCK ISLAND.
SsV New stot, aew stock, t
I West rsxl at Ue
Hsrtag parcaaaed tne
Property whlrh a ha had lethri for the bo.
tal bailors, at now ptwparad. to acroas
saodat tranaieat rarsrs.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very icaaoaahto prion.
B Is alao caeaged la la
at tbe eameplare wftb a chelr tnt nf Grarerira.
ram nrodnc a spec tails.
A. 0. HUESING
Reprnseau. nao other taw-trwd and well
haowa Fir lararaaoaUoaipaaios b fullowlns :
Hoyal Inearane CVanpany, of Bnrtaad.
Wrscnsster Fir Ina. Company of N . V.
Italia) Oermaa In. Co., BoHala, N. Y.
ncnonsr Geraean In O., Both fr. M. T.
CiUsras In. Oa., of PitasberxA. rm.
Sna Fir Offlc. London.
Caloalns. Oo.,of Callfnralo.
Seesrlty In. Ca New Hsvon, Co-n
MUwanaee Mechanics Uia. Co . Mllwsskra, Wh
Oermaa rtr Us. Vol. of roria,Ill.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
To sell th popalar M. E. ADJC8TARLB FOKaJ
COKSKT. It la worn by Ladios wtsbln aoaslort
aad a good form, foe partlcaiars address
Protect Your Eyes.
' XARIOir OPTICAL CO'fl
Soefitar.lfts n.r( T!vn (I
14 and is Maiden LsnoJPt. Branch: Marloa.
wi tKfTii,b'T Taoaaaa. Drotlst. kock
The Oreat French BeasMy for apnsoaskas
and Monthly IrvecslarlUe.
Ladlw Lao L line Ferindlrsl Pin, of Part.
Fraeet fnoranteed as aeoaaplish all that I
CMMSM-d for tAtss. Tob e aauotblyfurtruoblaa
Kcnilar to sows Foil dlrartaas with so. k
Wiawbosarlhrvwursr f or 1. Aaatrreaa
Mil Co., rovally provristora. Hpracsr, I..wa. TW
""J r"" ,M "'rt- Blaietraes
BorAJ laland, J app d Co, tesaapon, and ofati
To 11 oar roods bs aaranU fc whoteaal aad ra-
. w r tb larvae soaaaf actarsra la
oar Una. Uberai salary nsld. firvasnm post
tio. htoaey adsaaord for wares, Mvsniauac.
OBTIBBLAL aro. 00.. Chlcaco, Hi.
flHfkPz?! ? fWt.rwrrfM.lv. iv
arra. On CASH '..i-jr civrtni: bv. M.
DAV!' fePLCIAt. .CC SAkC.
vi in Ti-ti
Tea)hoa- Ms stadrata a
trao mm tba starts
IKaLb I lr ai traaa
in-"" 1 VALiT.7i0-,
1 . . i - lasJajnsvuxa. was.
They havs frol It.
It will niaks your boms happy.
It will not gas or sasoks.
It has large ash pan.
It has heavy stsel body.
It keep ere all night.
IT IS THE j
the grandest production of modern lima.
We Invite you to call and et-amlae oar
luifosnae line of Riverside 8 loves and Rang.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
AD DBALKB IU
and Cast Iron aud Lad Pip
Packing, 8ewer and Drain, Tile.
Sceam and Oa$ Fixtures. -
work at fair price. Estimate famished.
and shop 210 18th St. Telephone 1183.
aoae al!y and rraniUy.
respwtf alls solicited.
1618 Second Avenue, Rik Island. 111.
to eset pricea. A soar of natron r aaUrtUd.
AfterSt Oltwitsas hs I ikliw laarra
"tal Maaie, I will pensaiae yo mm 18 1 si i est
a season for lb leoot aas) of aay father ra
Wl VI, J.
adar osr cnernlns, srvea cork )vall paaO
Tree hers will ears ohm.. u onto tai V
Books of as Ooo-third ot of saarkrd ortca o
bbeet Binsw every oa. Lvov ordsra, aaala
aatbor. at a) atastc tn nsss. lul SscsaS aveaaa.
W sak spedarty of toarbtag banssrisorsS
vw h, ivw to mri.
AAdrrss nis al tout Rrady St Devwrwt. I a.
una. c. A. kuc.
John Volk & Co.,
Saab, Doors. Blinds. Siding, Flooring.
aad all kind of wood work for bwDdwa.
BlCbtaonU 8U, awt. rblrd aad Fnarta asw
- - aVUCK IaLAXD.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlasirk Block. So. tnth St, Bock Island.
Harter parma-s a cowplrU Mae of raOrrtak-
wus aoaras aa rvariaoaw, and
havin(rcardtaerviresf kr.Usa. B. K..
. uan. aa ax pen rawrral dtractwr aad
aiaMWof IS years eruenrar. I fsllv prs
parcd to (aarani aausfactaas.
NO PLACE LIKE HOME
!5J"',lh'rt, ' Tb.i s
Mf.t4Ulirrli f Aitid. ktarallnHs
la usiwii, ltl-t ersM i .ml. ewewo.
tu.An LissrsaS Miner aaWsMftrtaiauw
lb. sats i. iMammmr,',Ziit m
nVowe,Krorrr, 8"UHrr, Krw Earload mmd
bs 8 mad Tit-r i nil raiawi awahal hn
Oar prkw sss a Itm isa fMMaowswt wttb
a - - r iTi . iTT
AM at mi
ma A fa.
R. R. TICKET
AND BTKAht SHIP
(Usabwr tmsnroa Ttckst Broken Assta)
RkDUCXD RaTK TO ALL PotXTS.
OmCM la Adaaas Irprsa Owkw oodae
OLB AvBaT FOB
-5l ASTIo tOOnXQ rULT eawtssaly
. par k) sqsars Ir. sum wod twaf
Jur iw, aad as row raa pot k aa. 8Wad Masaa
for aaaapU sad fall parueaWs.
Ooat Bkssvas Boon a Ca
8 aad 41 Wast Braadway. Xaw Taaa.
si ,t, i
1 '" ' "" "! .snitwax
" Farter, '
t' '.'""ITI Baa
W.' S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Sets.
Carpets. Cuita;ns. Etc
AllE NOW COMPLETE.
aTCall and see oar Una.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second 8t
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WKLL EXOWX-
iVO erchant Tailor,
Baa jnvt mnroed from Europe aad would be pleased to aro hi trim Is at
his place of todoess ia
Star Bloce, OprofiT Haepie Housk.
FAIili AND WINTER SUITINGS
tar 1890 St have been reewived.
F. C. TIOFPJE,
flfg THE TAILOR,
N " t?7 j "as ttmrtD mis
) Fall 'aSuitinjrs.
L i ' ' No 8 Second arenu.
T. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
C J. W. 8CURKlNEIa.
Contractor and Uuilder
Waaa sa4 ap.rtlrotlin fwrataiww aa all rtawsr e axww. w vjua s. - i.
HOCK 13 LAS D. ILL.
House and Sign Painter.
rlrst-dass Oiaaalnc a4 Pap Haarlac.
P. O Bob S?S -
Offlos and Shop Corner Bsrentseath B.
ana sevwau A venae,
n-TAM khA. af iittss war, '-Tfyf i
fSwearsaar to ObJaaOa At SpUfw
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third aeIn between loth snd llth strew.
(Pr-4 Coth . c4d eund.)
a-AH kiavas of Carpaatar work and Prperna; d.M. Haiiafar U. rrtrS.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABVrACTVBBB CT CBSCCXBJ Al SISCVITS.
Ask IHir Oroeer (or ihaea. Tmrj are beat.
aaP-SparUltaas; The Carter "TtTBE"" as. lbs Cwrksrp "VArCaV
IUK.K IsLAKT. ILL.
r. Kt Tsreaesck nrst is
DAVIS & co;
A OasapVte alnr f
Pipe Brass Goods, lal;iir
noses, FireBrica, Fir
sai As-raw f
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAlOft
W rraas eas ry aw ,iif i rt. w win .t .
Tvr d. e truu. as rrspwsoibk ...
Safety nuintj DoiW-rs and 0iai
furaiahltrw and lavlrr Wstsv. 4
HI fltrr Avs.
flh Islai.1 I
Tries seal 111. Brotcsar 1. w.l-s.
Hook Ialaxd, III.
COMPLETE IN ALL
Par CsUlororw Addrras
T. C. DUN CAS,
iPsutt A wcaa. Slat 4 f -4 at.
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CatfH kiatsV, rrtcrv, fw. klaad.
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