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AWAY, AWAY DULL CARE
BILL NYE ORDERS YOU ALL TO
BE THANKFUL AT ONCE.
Thar Ar a.verl Reasons Why Ton
Bhonld lie. Chief Aiunnf Thsm Being
Toir Ability to Rnd This Thaaksfflv
tng rrorlMtl Dinner VML
JtVd.yrittht, IW by Edirar W. Nye.)
' The ftilltrwiriK Tiroclarantion may not
reach the people iu time to affect the cel
ebration of Thiik3iviiK day, but if
not it may be used an a reverie or a
mmagK to congress:
Wh"rea. it appears by reference to
the history of the world and other eta
tlKticn that the past year baa been one
untmniilly prosperout in many reapecte,
and especially to members of the legis
lature thronghont the length and
breailth of the United States; and
W hruM Tn sprimia nliiirriM nr fitminA
or war has laid waste the fair face of
the republic: and
WherpHi. The wmrtfif a rrpw tt rtanr.
ly thirty men working in a button fac
tory in ineianu. :v. .1., nave oeen au
vanced 15 per cent, ad valorem since the
patwaicn or the ."urrunley bill; and
Whereas, Now times bejrin tobriehten
tip all over onr hind as a result of the
payment of my election bets; and
Whereas, The man who was on the
atnmfi a few weeks nsro. and now in the
pottages, has ceased to state that we are
now npon me eve or one ot me most im
portant elections in the history of this or
any other country; and
Whereas. The reception of the literary
Works of Tolstoi and McAllister tinva
given ns good reason to believe that the
scavenger ana ttie snob must still keep
onisiiie ot goou six-iety; and
Whereas, I feel like it:
Therefore, I, Edar Wilson Nye, of
the county of Richmond, and state of
New York, do hereby constitute and
set aside the Thursday following the
publication of this proclamation aa a
day of general joy and thanksgiving
uirongnout me land.
The Tear hist DaRt nan bnen one of &1
most unexampled. prosperity from the
uiK:noera standpoint, ana Thanks
giving proclamations are generally writ
ten by a man who is feeling pretty com
fortable himself. The year haa indeed
been real prosperous. Onr growth
thronghont the length and breadth of
the land has leen phenomenal, and in
some cases reprehensible. If tmdding
had been as high before the census was
taken as it is now nieny United States
cities would have been eyether much de
pressed in figures or hopelessly in debt.
Another curiae for congratulation is that
for a few months New York has not
been ashamed of her babies, bringing
out many from concealment and count
ing tue noses ot nations yet unborn.
Over and above all, we congratulate
everytiody and shake hands with voters
nu onrseives Decanse the election is
over. The loud smell inir tnn-h ami ran.
didate have been laid aside till another
time, and the campaign lie, with a large,
irregular nailhole in it, is in the hell
bos of the countrv twiner.
There are many causes for personal
rratulatlon and ronirriitnlntim Tim
tout lady vho had a room above mine
at the boarding house, and who was
jumping the rope in order to reduce her
weight, has decided that it is not bene
fiting ner ana has ceased. We are having
a new ceiling put on my room. Also to the
roof of my head. I do not find large
pieces of plaster in my bed in the morn
ing, and soon I can take off the piece I
have on my nom.
But the clearing np of the political at
mosphere is the chief cause for national
joy, and the greatest. Why, by the way,
should we have elections so frequently?
If they were two or three times as far
apart we coma almost afford to let con
gress pass any bill it wanted to, and we
could meet it with our savitnrs from crin
and kerosene. And to whom does the
great shoreless sea of campaign funds
go? Does it go to the church or the
Btate, the widow or the orphan, the hon
est industrious or afflicted?
Nay, beantiful reader with the violet
breath; nay, soft voiced reader with
the high, intellectual sealskin shoulders
on your wrap, the grand old ocean of
campaign fumls steals not np to lave the
m . . . . . .
ieei ot me starving, or cool the brow of
the invalid. It quenches not the thirst
of the dying and it softens uot the bed
The campaign fund lubricates the
wheels of swift rolling jobs. It print
ana distributes tracts, which nobody
leads. It buys the services of unmusic
al bands, whose notes are rjrotmted on
every corner, and the juice J whose alto
horns is flavored with the euon rum.
It bnyg coal oil which seeks to outstench
the record of the candidate.
It buys oratory which would make the
auditorium of perdition hiss, and create
a coolness even among the hands in the
V y IB ? f V .
engine room or baton s great exposition.
It buys speeches that would empty a
union depot, speeches that would stop a
clock, sieechethnt would remove super
fluous hair, tiieecue. that would cnt
holes in a steak, speeches that wonld re
move warts, speeches that would scour
knives, set saws, remove verdigris, grease
stains, moth patches, freckles or wooden
Then the great balance goes down the
parched throat of men who have no
money or physical strength or brains
to throw away, but who improve this
opportunity to raise blood blisters on
their souls, and drift away from their
homes into the dark shadows of doubt
ful primaries and rum soaked rallies.
Some day whilu congress is not too
busy, and while feeling comfortable, 1
nsh that a law or joint resolution 1
guess a joint resolution wonld be beat
which would extend tlw term of office of
everybody just twi.-e as long, and thus
relieve the swelling of the great political
J'Jint. and reduce those rejruUr biennial
Panics on Wall street, could go through.
In saying this I think 1 voice the senti
ment of many of onr best ,0ple on
buten Island. Of conn. I can handle
an ordinary Wall street panic myself
temporarily each fall if it does not come
too early; but rappon tula regular polit
ical panic should strike tho country j.wt
afUT I haa bought my coal!
There are many other can for
thanksgmng Ui,les the silent tongue
of the political orator, but none that
m fwl I heard a
man the other day in a political speech
tell the anecdote of the boy who tried
?! , T p"l,s 88 Democratic pnpa
and failed.. Afterward he tried to mar
ket them aa Republican pupa, charging
rise on them because they had their
read or heard this story before, and that
he has not been for the past 800 years
with Emin Bey, I will send him by reg
istered mail a nice feather bed which is
almost as good as new.
And yet the speaker bad been in con
gress, where most of the good new
stories originate. A congressman who
has served, one term and cannot tell his
constituents at least one good new story
or new at least ought not to be re
elected. I wonld as soon think of going to
Duluth and building a big ice machine
on the frapped bosom of that great
American Bay of Naples as to attempt a
new story in the presence of a member
of congress. Boccaccio, Arabian B.
Knights or B-ilzac, after a day or two in
the cloak rooms and restanrants of the
Capitol, would go home and proceed to
plow corn till called home by the band of
Yes, we aro ever glad, ever peaceful
and contented, ever thankful and hope
ful, when the time comes to lay aside
the battered flambeau club, and with a
sigh of relief throw onr old lie nailer
into the tool box for another two years.
Then let ns niarch on, and. like the
bobtail car driver, never look back. , Lei
us rejoice that we are spared to tackle
the old thing again for yet another trip.
Let us look np and press onward like a
bright eyed jay examining the exterior
of The New York World building.
Let ns lay aside every weight that doth
so easily beset ns like a Fulton market
salesman, and light ont like a man who
has been warned away from a hornet's
nest by a committee from the nest it
self. The past year has shown ns u 1 peo
ple that honesty is the best policy, and
for one I think of taking out one myselt
It has also convinced ns of the preva
lence of evil and its great nndeairability
in the neighborhood. It has shown ua
that the wicked do, of course, prosper
sometimes, but they will one day" find
that shrouds have no pockets in them.
Also no vaseline or cold cream for burns,
scalds, etc., etc. -
Let ns rejoice that Ward McAllister
among sensible people is regarded as a
doubtful ward, and that snobbery is not
society in this country among the great
majority and never will be till money is
Let us be ghul that the town of New
York has still somo good hunting and
fishing within the city limits, and that
within sight of the Statue of Liberty one
may still successfully hunt the fleet
footed chamois of the Harlem.
I am personally gratified that we are
to have a long, cold winter, which will
give a boom to my new Almanac and
fnr overcoat, the latter of which I did
not have a chance to show off last sea
sou except one evening at a reception.
MY FUR COAT.
I am also glad that I have succeeded
in obtaining literary recognition abroad,
having been complimented recently by
IL R. H. the Prince of Wnlns hr loHur
for the strength and beauty of my
-Lanes written on a Tattooed Oirl.
He says he likes them for their Rtrli no-
worth, and Bays they have been adopted
oy several very attractive t-aghsh girla
among his acquaintances, rw in. blue
ink and others in shrimp pitk.
The prince writes me that uonld any
other girls in England adopt the lines he
will let me know.
Now, therefore, be it remembered that
on the day and date above named, at the
resiuences or those to whom these pres
ents may come, and in such manner as
mnv seem most tittini; and nrniwr. f nil
permission is hereby given to celebrate
the day as to best show an annreciation
of the blessings showered npon us in the
past ana to express the hope that the
latere wui be even more abundant.
I cannot close this proclamation with
out exnressinir thus nnblinlv im beh:ilf
of the American people the thanks of
ine nation, coupled with my own of
course, to the nresident of th TTnitml
States for various favors shown and for
cigars left at this office. My brother
was running for office in Minneapolis,
and so I gave them to him.
He writes me that outside of the
Eighth ward he does not think the cigars
did him any noticeable harm.
The exercises of the day may be so ar
ranged as to best subserve the interests
of those who may read this. Meals of
course will be served at each home ac
cording to its own customs, and nnthinrr
whatever in this proclamation shall be
so construed as to jerk dinner ont of the
midille of the day and put it into the
shank of the evening.
Done at my place, due east of Con
stable's Hook, this 20th day of No
vember, in the Eighteen Hundred and
Ninetieth year of our Lord and of the
Independence of the United Statee the
One Hundred and Fourteenth.
Dictated. Letter stenotrrnnhe.l and
Gladys Plastron Reykhs,
Secretary, Stenographer and Plain Cook
ing. Absent Minded.
The Professor fat the dinner table
On, by the way, Mrs. Chopsticks, hav
yon seen yonr little boy Willie lately?
Mrs. Chopsticks No, professor, I have
not seen him ainra 111 V-lwlr rwl 1
cant imagiuo what has become of hinu
In fact I am very much worried about
liin ,. ' .
Professor Well, seeing Martha
mo ont that glass of water just now re
minded me of aompthinir that hail t.
my mind to tell Von somo timvnrTn. hnt
which nnfortnnately escaped my mind.
It Was lust Ahnnt ID nVlrv-lr T.thinlr h"
I saw little Willie fall down tliA nrnll
-Boston Courier. '-,
The readers of the Annnn mill ha nWul
to learn that there ia at least one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
in all iu stages, and that is catarrh.
Hall's Catarrh (!nr ia tho
--- m mmm'mr wasaf VDt T W
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh beinir a constit ution! Hi
quirts a constitutional treatment Hall's
1 L. . . .
v;ure n taicen internally, acting
directly unon the blood and
faces of the system, thereby destroying
" luuuuauon 01 me Disease, and giving
the patient strength h
constitution and assisting nature in doing
, uo proprietors nave so much
fsitn lntta curative powers, that they
oner one bnndrvd dollars for anv -rrrr
that it fails to cure. Send for list of m.
timODials. AddreM. -
F. Jf. Cbkbbby & Co., Toledo, O.
Hold by druggists, 75c
Briefless, (a young Itwyer): A7t"J, I'll
AN 'ACRE IN FRUIT.
) Way to Plant It With the TwelY
Varieties Commarnljr Growm.
Apple trees fifteen years from planting
may be expected to produce two bushels
each. All the other tree fruits may be
expected to produce one-half of a bushel,
in periods varying from six to fifteen
years from planting. To produce thirty
bushels of apples wonld require fifteen
trees, and twelve bushels of other tree
. . ...... .................... .jt
; esa 1 j je e e e j !(!
PLAN FOR Pl-ANTIN'O AN ACRB IS FRUIT.
fruits wonld require twenty-four trees,
all of which could be placed on less than
three-quarters of an acre of ground,
leaving the remainder of the- acre for
the berries and grapes.
Accompanying is a diagram showing
bow all that is requisite could be plant
ed on an acre without encroaching on
any neighbor; even if the acre was
bounded on all sides by property belong
ing to others. The plot lies east and
west, and is 16 rods long by 10 rods
wide. The trees marked I in rows A
and B on the north side are apple trees,
with one cherry tree, marked 3 in row
B. The cherries are continued in row
C, and three pear trees, marked S, pnt
in to complete the row.
The trees in these three rows are two
rods apart and one rod from the bound
ary fences. In the row D are five pear
trees, marked 3; six peach trees, marked
4; two plum trees, marked 5, and two
quince bushes, marked all sixteen and
one-half feet apart in the row. Between
the quince bushes, in the row, are plant
ed gooseberries, and farther west currant
bnshes. Between the rows C and D are
three rows of raspberries, marked E, and
between C and B two rows of black
berries, marked F. If the ground is
kept rich and cultivated the berries will
snffer bnt little from slwtde for a dozen
years or more, and for that matter the
portiou devoted to apples could also be
nsed for raspberries if desired.
The open sjiaoe south of Hie trees, con
taining forty-eight rods of ground, or
nearly one-third of an acre, if rich and
well cared for should prod turn of the
larger kinds of strawberries, trach as
Sliarpless, Bubach, Jessie or Downing,
abont fifteen bushels; if planted to Cres
cent, with one-fifth Wilson or Sucker
State as fertilizer, it mighfproduce thir
ty or thirty-five bushels. The row
marked Q across the west end consists
of nineteen grapevines two and one-half
feet from boundary and eight feet apart.
To produce fonr bushels they mnst yield
eleven pounds per vine, a possibility not
difficult to reach, says a correspondent
in Farm and Fireside, from which onr
cnt is a reprint.
From exhaustive experiments made in
England with artificial manures tho
Mark Lane Express draws the following
Phosphate alone, for any crop, is in
adequate, and farmers should abandon
the use of superphosphate by itself.
Nitrogen alone ia unreliable for any crop.
Phosphates and nitrogen together (with
potash sometimes added) are more benefi
cial to grain crops than most people
imagine. For root, crops, fertilizers con
taining phosphates, nitrogen and potash
give far the best results. For grass,
manures containing phosphates and
nitrogen (sometimes with potash) are the
best kinds. at and potato crops can
be enormously increased by the use of
the proper fertilizers.
If Yonr Hoot it oa rin
You put water on the burning timbers,
not on tbe smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack the disease in
the blood, not in tbe nose. Remove the
impure cause, and tbe local effect Bab
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sarsapa
rilla, the grent blood puriSer, which radi
cally and permanently cures cttarrb. It
also strengthens the nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Sarsaparilla.
To Barromt Debilitated Kan.
If von will send
will mail you onr illustrated pamphlet
explaining an about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects npon the nervous
debilitated system, and how they will
quickly restore yon to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will Bend yon a belt and
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Bklt Co.. Marshall. Mich.
It is said will sell anything, this is
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 use, it is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specific
is the best evidence of iu excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sells ten
others. Every one that takes It be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances. -
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Gt
n 1 n wm ft
. ASK TOUB &OCXB FOB IT.
Whom it mat Concern.
Ketice It hereby Riven, tbat at the Decemfcer
KobertT. Leeano' Florenee i. Lee. resident at
wi moor niiam 01 William La.-,
deceased, will apulj to said court for leave to sell
irvi"' utf" Di "Id minors in tbe
following mlestate attested In the county of Pe
oria, stale ot niloois. to-wit: .
n. numoM ooe-roaruinr the northwesteaitr
terof section nre, l5J,tmro.hlp ten. flu, north
nam ix ) cast of tbe found prtnctoal mVrtuuuv
axwatxS acres in toe txr.,.aaat c -ner of A
1 - . ,,(
1 1 LSI PI
tbe rrnwt ancient and most general f an
4 fas t. Scarcely a family is entirely tree
fi am it, while thousands everywhere are its
JTerliig tves. Hood's 8. jsaparllla hat
b at remarkable ineeeM to earing every form
or scrtifula. The most severe nr painful
rmnlnj tores, swellings la the neck or
I litre, humor In the eyes, causing partial
o- tnt:4 blindness, yield jo the powerful
tects ot this medicine. It thoroughly rev
a ores every trace ot Imparity from the
fe ood and tmllda op the weakened system.
IA by ertnrrl.tm. gl ; six for IS. Prepares cat? BoM hy dTinrl.t. fi.sif.wv l-rseareaearl
t y O. I. HOOO A ro..Apotbecexles,Ure.lfaae. I by C. L HOOD CO.. Aiotr.-.ries. Lowell, Maaa.
; IOO Doses One Dollar IOO Doses One Dollar
ate of Henry C. Whltridee. deceased .
andenlened, having been appointed es
t of tbe last will anrfleetaraent of Henry C.
alee, :ate of the county of Kock Island, state
oia, tieceased, hereby gives notice that he
ppeer before the county eoart of Rock lsl
iputy. at tbe office of the. clerk of said
In thoeity of Mock Island, at ilie Janaary
on the First Monday ia Janaary neat, at
time all persona baring claims arslnst
tstate are notiled and requested to at
lortknparpose of having the aame adjnst
All p-rsons Indebted to said esute are rs-
a 10 Btata immediate payment to the Ba
iled. d this nth day of November, A. D., 1S90.
IARI.OTTK A. WHITKIOUE, Bxecntrix.
Hot a Islam n Oiftt.
To tl e Jat oary Term A .. 181, ClrcnitConrt,
of t aid Ct-unty, tn Cbancery.
Josej h McKuynolda complainant, vs. Iloeh Me.
Kej aoids. Carrie McReyw Ws, Mows 1- Wells
Hrtoloo R. Wells, Mark Aohdown, Orlo W.
Kic tardsiin. Eugene A Lancaster, John C. Car
roll Aerr-ham Mrauss. Huo Goodman, Mmon
loidorf and Rdwin Rose, defendants Fore
closure. To he aNwe named defendanta, Orlo W. R ch
anlsoiaud Xairne A. Lancaster. Notice is here
by eiren fial tbe above rntill-d cause Is now
Semii nc in Maid conrt aearnst oo and tbe other
e'en lanta above named, that a summons in chan
cery has ben issned therein simiaM you directed
to tht hcri"tof raid county to execute, returnable
to tin Januiry Term. ISSI, of said court, to be
beeuiiand noloVn at the court house in the city
of Rock Island la said county on the Brut Monday
of Jai marj, next, at which time aod place you ill
Hoi k Island, Illinois, November 14, IHBft.
ti BORGK W. UAMBLB. Clerk of said Court.
in Kon Hdbst, Complainant's Solicitors.
(JH ANCERY NOTICE
Of ILUNOIS, I
C ISLaVDCoDKTT. I
tlhe ( lrci;k Conrt, January term, 1891.
a Albrtcht va John Atricbt In Chancery.
.-in 1 nua-resiurnce 01 tne anove named
dant, Jobn Albricht, having been Bled In the
olllcii of the circuit court of said county,
- is th-trefore hereby given to the said John
-hi defendant, that the complaisant ttk-d
'II of c-Hnplainl in said com t, on tbe rhino-ry
hereo.'. 00 til. Jud day of ovemner lti,
11 1 thereupon a summons inA nm nr - rl
, wherein said suit is now prnding. retarn-
the Unit Monday In the mon h of Jana oey
as ia l-y law required Now, aniens you, ti t
John Albrtcht, defendant, above name I,
personally be and appear before sai I circa t
. on ths Rrst day of ihe next term thereof. 10
Iden si Rock Inland la and for the said couii
tbe B-st Monday in Januarv tot. and pleaA
trordimariotbesaidtomplsinaot'a bill of
laint, he same and the matters and lliijs
in cha-ged and suied w'll be taken as con-
1, and a decree entered sgsinsl you accord
o Hie nraverof said bill.
k Ulaiid Illinois, Nov. i4th. I1W.
an. W. GAM BLK, Clerk.
Enir & Mt Kmikt. Compt Sol.
RIT OF EEEOR.
STAVE OF ILLINOIS, I Wltbln and for the
V Northern Grand Division
8t -nrnit CorjKT. ) of said State.
Er-or to Appellate Conrt of Illinois In and for
the Second District.
Ann. ue Ourer. Executrix of the Estate of Samnel
8. i iuyer, deceased. Annette Outer. Edward II.
tinker anl Annette Unyer. plaintifls la error,
va. John 11. Wilson, Holmes Hake. Oeorire M.
O. Hakes. William T. RMrca. Stephen A. Mala,
Ah xander T. Bentley, Thomas J. Robinson,
Ch urles L. Walker. The Rock Island Paper Com
pany, Philemon L. Mitchell, Phil Mitchell, WU
lia a H, Ucst, Elmore Hunt aod Cornelias
V, niacu, Tbe said Annette flnyer executrix of
the etae r Samuel S. Buyer, deceased. Aunetie
Uuyt r, Edward H. Gayer and Annette tioyer have
aued out a writ of error from said supreme court 10
revetae a iudgmet,t obtained by said John H.
Wilsm aiwnst said Annette Guyer, eieeutrtx,
etc-, Annei-.e Uuyer. Edward H. Gayer and An
nette Gayer In a certain cast (n wh'cb Holmes
Ha, a, Georve M. D. Hakes. William T. Rigs a,
Meptien A, Moin, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Ki hinsots Charles L. Walker. The Rock Island
PtierCommtry, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornelius
I.yujns, Pbli Mitchell. William H.Gestand Elmore
W. Hurst are also parties In the said Appellate
Court of Illinois in and for tbe second district
wbica said writ of error la now pending la said
f uptime Ciurt; and whereas, s writ of Scire
Pad as has teen nuly Issued herein, returnable on
the I rat dy of Ihe next term of aaid supreme
Coar t, to be bolden at Ottawa, In said state, on the
First Tuesday tn March, next, according to law;
and, where ia, also, it appears by affidavit on flk In
the lerkt office of said Htipreue Court tbst be
said iolmeii Hakes, George M. I. Bakes, William
T. Riggs. Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. Bentley
area m-residentaof the slate of Illinois, and with
out II w reat a of the procesa of raid rtapraae court.
Mt w, to. re fore, yon. Ihe said Holmes Hikes,
Oeor (e M. D. Bakes, William T. Ritwa. Stephen A.
Mais, AlexnnderT. Bentley, the said defendsnw
tn ei for, wuose non-residence apneare as afore
said, are hereby not tiled to be and appear before
tbe jastirei ot said Supreme Court, at the next
term of said court to be holilen at Ottawa, In said
state, on the First Tuesday In March next, to hear
the record and proceedings brought Into said
SuprimeUoarton return of aaid writ of errors and
the e nors aealRned, If yon shall see fit, and farther
to de and receive what aaid court shall order In this
Ia Led October th, A. D., 18H0.
A, II. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Ri c( lai-ann Couarr, I
In the Circuit Coort tn Chancery.
Jobs Peels, administrator cum lestamento annexo
of he est me of Bailey Davenpon,deceased, vs.
tbt It oca Island and Milan -treet Railway Com
pany, Charles II. Stoddard, J. F. Robinson,
Kli nor H arat, Pater Fries and J . G. Maaaie.
Or ginal till.
Jobt Peetx, admlniatistor cum teatamento an
ne co of the estate ot Bailee Imvenport, de
cotMd, va. the Rock Island Je Milan Street
Railway Company, Mara Wlkber. John W.
Hu wart, James At. Montgomery, Kdwin G.
Fraor, Levi Sharp, Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
Frmerick C. A. iMnkmann, William t. Hal
lij in. Row Wondtnansee, Thorn aa S. Silvie,
loilis V Eckhart and John K. Downing.
George Ttowning, Br.. James Downing and
Ibomaa Downing, partners etc., aa Downing
Br t hers.
Nc lice la hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree of the circuit conrt In and for the county of
Rod Island in the a Late of Illinois, entered in the
anovs entitled causes on the Thirtieth (suthl day
of m ptcmlXiT, A.D., IBM, 1 .hall on Saturday, the
Sixtti l tUy of December, A. D., ISau, at the
hour of hni 10 o'clock tn tha forenoon of aaid
day lit the jr lb door of the court house In the
city it Kock Island ia aaid county of Rock Island,
sell, subject to the anoroval of and confirm at tou
by raid clr.-nit coanTj tt public auction to the
high at bidter or bidden upon tha terms herein
afuii and hi aaid decree mentioned, all the rail
way said acfendaut the Rock Island Milan
Htrei Railway Company, aaid railway extending
Iron the corner of Seventeenth street and First
aven ue in said city of Rock Island torough and
alont: the streets and nvenuea of aaid city to a
poin at or near Ihe southern limits of aaid city,
and heoca over iu rignt of way and In part over
and ilona- oertaln roads and highways In the town
of Si nth Ro-sk Island to and over the brdgea pew
own. d by the aaid city of Rock Island apannlue
Rod: ntrer between the town of Sean and the
towt of Mi Inn, and thence over and along certain
atret la and uublrc grounds In said sown or city of
Mils a to Its terminus therein and inctadlng the
braa extending from the town of Sears afore
said to the High point on Ihe bluffs of Rock river
knovn aa Biack Hawk's Watch Tower, together
witt all aal-'. railway company's rlgbt of way. real
estate, leniea, road-bed. track, side-tracks,
ewtthea, hon. ties, engine and station honsea.
harnt, mot -re, rolling slock, can, horses, ma
chin try, toola. Implements and bekmgimit and all
aaid railway company 'a property, appliancea and
appt rtananeaaof every sort, kind and description
wua soever tow belonging to and owned by raid
defe Ktent railway cotlipany, including those now
In tks posMatioa or control of Frederick Has,
ben olore ajHiolnted receiver herein, and all each
whh h may liereafter and prior to such sale be ao-qnip-d
by him, (excepting nevertbeleas all moneys
belo wing p. aaid street railway company now 111
the 1 anda r-f aaid receiver and all such aa may
a rial from Of grow out of the use of said tailway
prop arty and franchises, or may come to aa d le
ceiv prior lo his surrendering possession of aaid
rail aynd jwoperty as by aaid decree provided)
toga her win all I be rights, privileges tad fran
cuie of raid defendant railway oompany to
mail tain and operate IU aaid railway and carry ne
tub ineee,eud to maintain and operate tu said
nil ay over, along, across and through the a reels,
allei a, romd 1 and public grounds of sard city of
Roe) Island aaid Iowa of Milan and aaid township
of 8 uh Rrck Island, and over tnd akeig the
aaid brtdgea epaauing Ruck river, and all other
ngh t. prUih-irss aad franchisee w batterer be
lung ag 10 r.conneetad with toe aaid railway eoas-
paaj 1 all -f aaid railway, nua prooeviy,
ri h aaodprrileeaabia:a' -m u f.e coantr
of a asa lataadaii - . - e t - w-et
aevt rtheiess to a . - ..
gem fai or apacM, e-cvmaa ra
msh tnrece n-- r t ' .
T3 ft- - A -W --c " , e- - - .
0"1 rs in casu 6 a
!! r i ..
te t tt -I
"My little daughters life tu tared, as
we believe, by Hurt's Harsapartna. Before
the Wat tlx months old she bad T nmalng
scrofula tore. Urn- livudian advtted the
atspiiutlon ot cue ( her fliiRvra, to whttk
we refosed easeut. When we becaa gtvmg
berHooa'trferonarill.'i, a t:trkrd Improve
meet wai eof-nri. 4ml tivaciiit:itiedeMOf II
hat-recover a rumplae. Andantltaew,
being seven year r!.l. tr-mig and healthy."
B. O Jowca. Alns, Lincoln County, Ma.
It. B. Be sure to get Hood's. .
THE TRATELER8 UUIDE.
IC0 RlxVltArj'ara rlC KAIL
way Depot corner Fifth avenae aad Thirly
Brt street. C. tl. Skalton, ag-ant.
Council Btufla A Minneao- I
B:B0 am 10 M pm
ia uay axpreaa
Kanaaa City Imy Express. ..
Council Blnffa A Mianeso-1
ta Express I
ConncU Bluffs Omaha i
Limited Vestibule Ex..
I ansae City Lilaltad
Going west, tGotng east. 'Daily.
BURLINGTON RtHTTE-C, B. Q. RAIL
way Depot First arena tad Sixteenth sL,
M J. Young, swept,
tun. I mm
am 'a t.'
St. Loais Express
8u Louts Bxpreea..
St. Psnl Kxpreas
Beard mown Passenger. ..
Way Preterit (Monmoalb).
Way Freight Sterluu,)...
Sterling Passenger.. ......
f team t aa
n w am
Oaily. ' "
CHICAGO. MILWATKEC ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Southweateni Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne. B. D. W. Holmes, agent..
TRAINS. Ltavn Aanrva.
ail aua hi ere- l:4!tsa 9:00 pa.
ht. Taul Expr-ss....' 1:1b - nu
.-I. A Accnuioodatl n :taipa hi luam
r- en modstlon 7:B8a :10 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First avenue and Twentieth a treet. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINi I aavt. jAasrvt.
Feel Msll Expruss. S:ltam -.! pm
Express I tOam 1 :80 pal
Cable Aecommodatioa t ldaa S40 pa
4 00 pm lAaa
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TBE
East and South Eastiz
1 8 pa
4 VI pa
1. 10 oas
t IM lm
8 5 am
Ifl t? am
ar. Orion. Iv
8 NT pm
4 35 pm
II. 15 am
T VS an,
lx.5am 6.15 am
7 80 am
St. Louis, Mo
Terra 11 sate.
t Ofi pa
8 1ft aa
. bounvuie .
lo an pm
. Passenger trains arrive and depart from Caloa
Accommodation train lovot Rock Island 8'4B
p. m. arrives at Peoria t aO a. a Leavaa Peona
T:t p. a. arrives at Rock Island lltta.
VI A Ac
;l 1 an
Ait. He molds...
...I 7 4llam
...! 8.IS am
ft 411 pra
11 00 am
Lv. Cabm ,
a.aam is mi pa
7.10 am- 1.4ft pm
8 0B aa- 1 on pmi tjo pa
Chair car oa Fast Express hetweea Rock Itlaad
tnd Peoria In both directions.
B. B. SVDLOW. R. 8TOCKHOD8E.
Superintendent. Oen'1 Tkt, A reat.
FfT AH TRAIN with Elect ric lighted and
. hkhj vesiiauiea trains oetweea Cbi-
cago, MUa-aukee, 81 Paul aad Mlnaeapolia.
TRANJONTrN.NTAL ROUTE wtU XleCric
ligbtedand Sleaa healed Veetibaled trahn ke
Chicago and Ooaneu Blnffa, Omaha ar
St. Paul and tha FaclOc Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROVTB hatvaea Chicago
Eauaaa City and Su Joaeph, Mo.
"TOO MILE OF BO AD reachmg an principal
pplnu la Illinois Wisconsin, ttlnnesota, Iowa.
Missouri. South Dakota aad North Dakota.
Formape. time tablet, rates of faxatage aad
fralghtjetc, apply to tho nearest etaUou agent
of tho Chicago. Milwaukee A St. Paul Railway, a
lo any railroad aaeat any where la lac world.
R08WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
Oeneral Manager Gea'l Pas. A T. Aft.
w 1-or tnformatloa ta rtfereBoe to Lands aad
Towna owned by by tho Chrfauna. Milwaukao A
"i nanway uompany. write to ti. G Haa
gea. Land oommismauer MUwaukeo. Waacomam.
H0RSTTON KCECKRITZ. Pharmacist
rtsacmrrTioiis a SraciaLTT.
Fourth Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
ALL KINDS OF ,
Oone. Aapectaltyof fornlthlnf allkiBd
of Btoyea wttk Castings ot 8 soota
A MACHINE SHOP
haa been, added where all kinds of aachine
work wlU t dons first-claaa.
NINTH 8T. AND 7tli AVE.
: DOWNINO EITOS., Prcpts.
R. R. TICKET
DECEMBER 1, 18K.
It will Pay you to Examino It
ASK TOUE NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
CHAS W" BTO Manager.
Dealer fn !tew aad
Second . Hand Goods
Bare, Mils aad trade nag arvkU.
Maaafactarer of all hteda g
BOOTS AND SHOES
' Oeatu' riM yaoiiaapsrtaJIT. Kepalriaf too neallj aad anaqOv .
A there of yonr patre agt natpertfally aoMcitrd.
1618 Semnd ATrnae. Roek Itltad. IlL
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 2606 Fifth AveaoeT ROCK ISLAND.
WSrt store, stork, the brat 1
1 goods at tha
Cheapest aad best pi la to nanrr tor
""aata." -Loat." -Sai- end -Rem' ' eW.
Only oaavhalf cent a word. Branbodf reads Uua
ntaan. Try ,
ajfOSEY UiANEU ON FIBMTt KE at 114
eUUv second areas. J. W. JoNKn.
FOR 8ALB-A FIE LOT OVlRaiCAL 11
traarnta. nia a fall art of cnal aiaer's t.al
a' t. tV. Jo' reoMl hand ttora, UI4 hed
8EOUNO-HANO PURNnTRE. howhu sold
or ezrhanaed. M.wf loaaaal or Parallara
Morad at ooalhaaat ooraer rrry and Thud t4
J. M BEAklrSLET,
ATTORJtET AT LAW OAV with J. T. Kt
worthy, 1T rascoad Arama.
iTTOsVETB AT LAW. Oar ta Rock 11
LMaaoaal but Balldiac. Keck Ishtad. IU.
a. a. aoaaaai. e. v. viuu.
8WEE5IT A WALKEK,
ATTORHBT8 AJtD OOCNBELLORs AT LAV
Oac la aWntstoa kiosk. Mock Island. 111.
HcEMKT A MrLUlRf.
ATTORN ETS AT LAW-Lau aattry on toad
eecarttv. Bska sol Wet inns, Rrlereae. Mtlrb
II Lyad. haakm. aes la 1Nksc hark.
THE DAILY AKJ,-r.
FOR SALE EVERT EYEXlSO at Ctaaptsa
New aiaad. Ftv caata pr copy.
DRSs KUTH EKF0KI) A Hl'TLXE,
GRADTTATES Or TTIE ONTARIO TETERNA
ry collcfc, Veteraary Physldaae aap rroaa.
Offlcai Tindall'a Urary alahle; Me aide are: ova
Astara Bakary, avlw so ears.
WM. 0. KULP, D. D, S.
OITICB REMOVED TO
Rooas at.t7.XS aad M,
Tak Elevntnr. DAVENPORT. I A
pflOTO-EN QRA V1N a,
"J. M. QASPAKD,
Library alldia. Dave port. Iowa, Call for
UaalM nad as work hefar colcf t Chktag
.W. C. MADCKERe
Harlaf purchased the
Property which he has had reBtted fnr the ho
tel baataaaa, It now prepared to accoa
. ttodate tnasMnt fnetu.
Day and Regular Boarding
at vary 1
Ht It tlao anfafed la tb
I tht aaas ptace with ebalc lot of Groceries,
rara ncodnc a specialty.
After years aipcrV-acs to teachin laatre-
axpcrlrnc te teachlrm laatre
1 will pruaaw yoa aorslhsory with
r tha hast aaoaey aay Issrhsr st
leea Hamas lot
edaroar aanarvtska. kits each Jovenll papll.
naaehart wul aav anairlo order taaar Masw
"l aa. Oaa vhlrd t ml rked prtoaoa
aaaaae ta every . tv rar. aalag
"-! aay aaaac ri ail, km4 kaoowd veaa
tw" t ad.
v as- - a f taaMrf bksjrar)eacad
They hart got It.
It will make jonr home happy.
It will Bot (tt or smoke.
It hu large aSh pea.
It haa heavy tied bod.
It keepa fire all sight.
IT IB Tn
' Riverside Oak,
the KTmadrtt prod actio of modera tl
We iatiu you to call aad ctaaaia oer
immente line of Riverside Stove aad Rang.
and 1017 SECOND AVENUE.'
. Aim GAS FITTER.
AED DEALER IE -
Wrought and Cast Iron and L-ad Pipe
Hose, Packing, Sewer and Drain Til.
Steam and Gas Fixtures.
SafBeat work at fair price. Estimate fnrawhed.
Offloe and thop (19 18th 8t. Telephone 11M.
R0Cll Island, 111.
A aorc laity aad of Jewelrv.
No. 1614 Herood Ami
lesrsot sjclcee, A ahar at patrswars eollcttrl.
(Late mt Clarlaassl. OkaaJ
Has Permanently Located in
la tb pest six saoauaa be baa aan fall
a ta nasal arvrr cbarartn.
at nan f a few aha be ta Havsait sal
vtetatty. ate bar beca sssrrsataUy trvated art
(ivea below :
Mr A L Para. Mm Mary Walaaa. rbwaaatVaa;
taaUaaal Vaare. Mr Jnha Mpetkee. run ;
Maw Asm Uavta. Mr era aaaaeil, emaraa; Mr
J A tVweer Mr P L Ma awbaair. bealt diica.s;
Mra F W Marshall. (II years staatia( a tee.
Mr KaaMan hpaat, l - pile;
Mr Uiah my T - aln;
Mra Mar vVmdt. J A WrarM, fUrab Maaana.
W - ll.v ., - w M e .
Isaials dm ai "
tWaj are a very few of tb aaaay tratlacahU
a Aorttw ba, bat (hey ar easarb t saow a aal
tbeeaas aad iraatasat mi dteeaa
aw avaorsiaaaod,s4ra,nK1i Waakacsa.
Error mt Veaia. positively aad paraaa
9 IWHIvty a raa take that rax ant be
a red- (kwrvsuoedrer areaapaaiid by c at
ttaas aroapUy aaewrred
W. Third Street, mm Maia,
Bepiaaanta. aaaoae; atbrr 1t trad aad wetl
tasara Ftrt laaaraaroaapaaat a roUowa:
Koyal taearaar Oaaainy. mt Kaeuad.
lachawsr Ptre lea. (was, td M . V.
Waaiseraaa la . atarlsl. N. V.
hc heater Ueraa laa 6a.. Hachaatar. . T.
Ctlaraa la. Co.. of PiOabarrt. rs.
aa Pir Oak. Lead.
Ualoa la. Co., mt California. '
Bacnrtty la. Oa.. Mew Hnn, Cn-a.
Mllwaaaee Merhsala la, o . Milwaak. Wa
Oaraaaa Plraiaa. CHf rsorta, IU,
Offloa Cor. 18ik 8L, aad Second Are.
' BOCK ISLAHD. ILL.
John Volk & Co..
Saah. Doort, BUdcU. Biding, flooriaf.
aad all kladt of waod work for tsllilas.
EldbUaatt bX, baC faird aad Pot ra aW,""
y aoca ulajtp.
protect Your Byes.
W. S. HOLBROOK'S
Bed Room Bets,
Carpets. Cm tains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
TCall Md are oar lia.
No. 103, 103 aod 107 Eat. Second 8t
J. B. ZIMMER,
TIIK WELL KHOWX
Um jat reiaraed front Earope aad would ht plraacd to ere kit irJ. i
kit -lane ot ktiaityat ia
Star Blocc, OrrottTE Haupkr IJot'fE.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
fur ft bar brra rwriwd.
t ' ) v
i JIT! -
J. T. 13IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens' Fine Woolens.
1706 Second ATense.
c. j. v. 8cin:ELNrrs
Contractor mid DuilUp
rita aad e-ttcaiMa faral.aad aa all rl
House and Sign Painter.
FlrvKlassOraJaas; tad tmmr Htttrtac.
P. O. Bot 7J.
Offioa utd 8atp Carat rW tenth Be
ad Searatk Aveane.
"AO khada t ArUaaw wat
I r1at. rmtmmA
rarawawd ea aa laran
0i mi net t0tlwae pOvr)
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third arnn, betw-.n 10th and 11th trt,
(Trd KorVt otrl tad.)
CarAH kiad Of Otrprtltt wort aad rvpaLrin- V. fUtafartin. rtraraet.
J". UL. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
atAATwrAcrvasa or caAcaxa ai ucrir
Atk JfHir Oroorw fur tbna. Tlx-J are brt
"prlaHI; TW rtety TBTIS" aad tt rkrlaty "WArta
BOCK IaLA'D. Ui.
Ko. CT.t!ea Cirea, U,
DAVIS & CO.,
Pip), Brass Goods, KakUh
Hoae, Fire Brick, Y.r
ia A4rwa) U
DEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA.ORS
We rwaraaae every sw parTi rt. ,. w,n i ,: .
Twewty day anal, te w is -...
ffkfrty llrmUeg Doilrrt eed Owit. e,
furaiahia aad lain vt.
171J fttirr Ait .
Ra-k llan1 I :.t...i.
llteV iiar y.h l
o 1803 Sfcood areuaoi.
KoOC ILAP, VL.
COMPLETE IN -ALL
fear Cataloanar Ad.trrat
J. O. DU5CAN.
mt ark. Ataatfwal mt ViihWa tmuta It
aww. Uak a4 Wairaa.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
rnb tea, MtiaisltslM.
: : Rock I .land.
aate tat eH t Vs '"-
Coarad BcirnW. mcr,. R.ck UW.1
torn Hung '
be han-d! OU Practitioner: I woilia't