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THE JIOCII IOLANO AltGUa TUESDAY. DECEMBER 2. 181)0.
FABM AXI GARDEN.
INFORMATION OF PRACTICAL VALUE
TO RURAL READERS.
Plan for Two Style of Horn Mada
Plr Troughs That Prevent Crowding
nnd Coequal rHii How to Kwp
Grain Free from Weevil.
The name of tmti'tit f'ik troutfli is
legion. Home posHew mijierior points,
Imt an a ro the farmer in averse to pat
ented Brtiilts when convenient contriv
ance for the wtme purjKjees can I made
at home at a comparatively small ex
penditnre in money. Fig. 1 illustrates a
simple trough in use in Australia. It is
so constructed as to prevent crowding
and unMin.il feeding.
A trouxh (Q) is located beside a fence
or division in the
pen, a board ()
alxmt H feet wide
is hinjfeil to tbe por
tion at b. When
feeding is to be done
pull on the liainlle
c, when the position
indicated by the dot
ted lines is atommed;
yon can then potir
in tbe swill or coarse
feed and distribute
it evenly in the
IO. 1 FF.ND VIEW OF AlTRAI.IAS TROUGH,
tronfrb. The bundle c is released, and
the ocenpants HiniultHnemuly commence
The plan shown in Fiir. 2 is intended
to prevent crowding. nd is thus de
scribed by Prairie Faamer, in which the
foregoing cuts oriirinully appeared: The
top of the trough is divided into separate
a;trtnients by cleats, as shown. They
TIG. 2 HOME MADE PIO TROUOH.
should be made of hard wood, with
rounded edges, and firmly nailed not
more than one foot apart. The plan
shown at Fig. 1, while more expensive,
Is well worth tho extra outlay.
IliiflilliiK fruit Trees.
The ewo-utial conditions for budding
are a free flow of the sun in tli xtsvlr
and corresponilingone in the tree from
wuicn tne uuus are taken. Only when
the bark on the stock can bo easily sep
arated from the wood can the operation
be successfully performed. Budding is
to be preferred to grafting for all the
stone fruits and in case of failure can be
repeated on the same stock, and is best
performed on young stocks of one or two
years growtn. iue buds are taken from
scions of the present season's growth,
which should be cut from thrifty young
trees. In budding aelect a smooth place
on tbe stem of the stock to be budded,
within three or four inches of the ground.
Make an utrit:ht cnt iimt Himnu-l, th
bark, about an inch and a half long, with
a cross cut at its top, and within the slit
thus made insert the bud by raising 4he
bark sufficiently with the knife. The
bnda for the purpose are removed from
the stick of scions aa they are wanted by
smooth cut with a shnrn ln,if
taking with the bud a very tliin shaving
ut me woott. i ne ona is then inserted
in the slit under the bark, and tlm arnMr
ia bandaged over the wound with some
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anna oi coarse twine, leaving the bud
itself uncovered bv the tie. If the
of the l.ud to the stock takes it will be
manifest in a couple of weeks, when the
wrapping can be removed. In the spring
the stock should be cut off a little above
the growing bud.
Bow to Monaco Candied Comb Ham
Comb honey that has become old and
candied so that it cannot be removed by
the honey extractor may be managed by
Mrs. L. Harrison's method. This, ac
cording to the lady's own story, is as
follows: The honev WJ4M fimllMf nn in a
pan and set over a kettle of boiling
wnuir turn irrea frequently. Before
tnenoney was very hot the wax had
risen to the surface, and tiei tier AUf nnt in
the cold quickly congealed, so that the
warm honey could be poured from under
1 .1 cr . . .
wiuuiju a conee strainer into another
vessel, learim.' the wax in the nun A F-
tpr the honey wan melted the wax was
au meiiea up cigetunr, and considerable
honey of inferior quality was under it,
which can be kept separate and used for
cookinir. maldnir triiiirfrhmml r." Thu
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rinirings of vessels used in manipulating
wie noney win mane excellent vinegar.
The wax can be melted in a pan over
ooiung water, and should be poured
When melted. tiirniicfh n l,r,f ntra.
trainer, and wlien cool will be of a
ugu. straw color.
The process of rendering wax as cora-
uvuijr ijruuiiseu is not oniy troublesome
but wasteful. Inasmuch, therefore, aa
me suppiy or wax is scarcely equal to
the demand, it hehnnvM haulrua,w.m
. v. jr.n
practice more economical methods. The
.1 1 1 . ...
uiiicwku uemanu is aue to tne popular
ity of foundation. The most approved
plan of rendering wax is by the use of a
wax extractor, of which there are several
in me market. Where one has no ex
tractor the wax may be put into a strong,
rather coarse bag, which is placed in
water and boiled. The bag must be
placed on a plate or other object to pre
vent its touching the bottom of the Tea
sel and so becoming burned. The wax
TS-.11 11 . . I . .
vimt.v mi me iop ox tne water.
Where it is desired to mold the wax in
to cakes use a deep basin, and when cool,
If any impurities are fotnd on the bot
tom, shave them off and melt this por
. Potato Infected with Hot.
To dig or not to dig potatoes in infest
ed fields is a question not as yet very
well determined, and on which neither
scientists nor farmers fully agree. Some
advise digging as soon as possible after
it has been ascertained that the vines
have been struck with rot. Others would
delay for a week or two after the tops
have become thoroughly dead. In gen
eral it may be said that when the vines
are dead the crop is ready for harvesting,
' and if the' weather should become wet
the tubers would be better off if stored
away dry than to remain longer in the
ground. - Moisture is the chief promoter
of the rot, and it rarely becomes injuri
ous before August.
The Ntool Ten.ni the Mat Ny.teui.
On the trial groun.ls of the Expert
ment station at Ueueva, N. Y were
planted for testing two rows of each va
riety of strawberries, one grown in the
stool system, the other allowed to mat
to the width of two feet, twelve plants
".-uiUw,iuB rows tnreefeet apart.
past years bag been
largest individual fruits from the plants
" w, anu the largest yield of
tnarketable fruit from the niattel row!
nU year the matted rows gave both the
largest yield and the largest berries,
M in addition bloomed and fruited
from three to five days in ad vance of the
HuebiDiter. the tbe well-known art
dealer In Davenport, has undoubtedly the
lartzest and tlnoai - . .
lugs, ttec engravings, pastel engravings
frnm Afiom. n.l..i
.. ---a--"" K""iugii, ic., m tne
cltie. Call and see him and jou
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES.
Every Bar Hasp Mac a and Other
Rock ItLasn Bios 8chooIj, - Dec 1,
1890. Tbe anticipated Thanksgiving v
cation ha been greatly enjoyed by both
pupils and teachers.
Our non-resident pupils and two of our
teachers. Misses Williams and Witter, uti
lized their vacation in visiting friends
outside tbe city.
' Our school baa recently been honored
with a vis t irom tbe entire corps of
teachers and a portion of the graduating
class from the Davenport high schooL
We are glad to note tbe friendship that
seems to exist between tbe Individual
members of the two schools.
Prof Rousel made a flying trip to Chi
cago ltst week. A he is the musical
man of our corps we pr. sume his trip
was made In the interest of music In our
own and otber schools of this city.
Six new members have recently been
added to our high school orchestrs.which
orgaoizttion now numbers fourteen
members, three of whom, we are proud
to say, are young ladies.
Mr. Elbert Dart haa re entered our
school and to show our appreciation for
bis leturn we have elected bint orator for
one of tbe societies in the ensuingcontest.
While we rejoice over Mr. Dart's return,
we lament the loss of Mr. and Mits Kress,
from tbe arsenal, owing to their father's
removal to the 8L Lonia arsenal.
Mis Briggs, now in California, remem
bered our school by sending a large palm
leaf with stem attached, which no orna
ments our assembly room. ' Thanks to
Mr. J. H. Southwell, ex-county supei
Intendent of schools, who has recently
come into our school, is creating a lively
interest in physiology, and at the same
time impressing tbe tenth German division
with tbe fact that Algebra is not a stranger
to bim; although tbe analysts of batter,
digging artesian wells, and raising crops
of microbes have more recently consti
tuted bis avocation.
Two new classes were organized today.
The eleventh Algebra will henceforth
wrestle with geometrical figures and re
port the success of their investigations to
M:ss Williams, while tbe geology class
will no longer Inveigle Principal Bishop
into excusing tbem from a day's recita
tions in order to climb s'one quarries, de
scend coal mines, etc., in search of fos
sils. The principles of solid geomeirr
wilt supply them with mental food, while
a short course In manual training will as
sist th?m to materialize the solids which
demand their attention.
A literary contest between tbe two so
cieties is being arranged for about Jm.
15, '01 An admission fee of 25 cents
will be charged and tbe proceeds used
for liquidating our piano debt. At a re
cent election the Belles Lettres society
chose tbe following persons to represent
tbem in tbe contest:
Marcus Lyons, oration; Nellie W.lson.
declamation; Lillian Fitzpatrick, essay;
Lizzie Gilbert, debate; Nellie Dibbern,
paper; Clara Bernbardi and Pauline
Woltman, vocalists. '
The contestants for the society of Min
erva are as follows:
Elbert Dart, oration; Bessie Lee, decla
nation; Clara Peetz. essay; Stella Van
druff, debate; Theodore Ol-en. paper;
Blanche Cleland and Sadie Dirt, vocalists.
One I the l.lu.lt.
"There has just been an accident at
Hoffuiun's cafe!" shoutod Blossom as he
rushed into the clnbrooni.
"An accident?" anxiously inquired
several ineuil ers. looking up frum their
"Yej, an acvident," he continued; "1
had just sat divn to an oyster stew
when I discovered twelve oysters in it."
"Sure, it must have been an acci
dent." they alt murmured. Lowell Citi
zen. A Ti
le In Two Chapter.
A colored domestic in one of the fami
lies of this city is a wonder of obedience
and good nature. She was upstairs and
her mistress called to hen
"Aunt Mary, come hero! I want you
to hurry, too."
Aunt Mary started with more effort at
haste than actual success. She had left
a bit of soap on one of the higher steps,
and it sent her bumping down the stairs
in a most startling manner. When she
struck the hall floor she picked herself
np and answered all the excited inquir
ies as to her condition with the mere re
mark, accompanied by u grin:
"I reckou ycr tole me ter hurry down,
didn' yer?' Washington Post.
Mamma (from the next room, hearing
a miHpicion.sly sibilant noise followed by
a scream) What wa that, Agnes?
Mr. Sissy (who lisps, but is equal to.
the occaHion) That wath a mouth: it
startled Mith Agneth.
Mamma (who has lieen vimncr hm-awlf"!
Yes; 1 thought it was. Don't do it
again, please. Life.
Too Mnrh for Her.
A woman nd CS years has disap
peared in New York. Whm lnL
she waa "taking a horse car" on West
woventb street. Aa the horae cars in New
York weigh several thousand rmnmla th,
unusual exertion was probably too much
ior ncr, nna itoubtless she collapsed in
soino dark corner. Lowell Citizen.
In tbe head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A constitut'onal remedy
L ke Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Which purifies the blood,
Msks tbe weak strong.
Try it now.
The readers of thaAsaniemiuni.
to learn that them i at
disease that, science has been able to cure
in all iti, iIhvm mt tv.f u u
Hall's Catarrh Cure is the nnlv r..'iti
cure now known to the medical fraternity.
Catarrh being a constitutional diseaa. re
quires a constitutional treatment : Hall's
Catarrh Cure la taken intmati '
directly upon the blood and mocooa aur-
lacwi oi me system, thereby destroying
the foundation of the disease twt
tbe patient trength by building up tbe
V..W.UM1UUU auu Bssisncg nature In doing
its work. The nrnnrietnra tin .. mnAi,
faith In its curative powers, that they
offer one hundred dollars for anv case
mat it fails to cure. Send tor list of tes
o P. J. Chkkrby & Co.. Toledo, O.
Mold by druggists. 75c -
Kara OmI Karkat.
8? ?S YMV Inn fn. KA. . ,
all sizes, delivered within city limit. yso
per ton discount ror cah. Indlam black:
MA ftfWnrl CitniMt m.1 ftA ..... . j.u .
' knsl wu uviiTvireie.
cartage added on all orders for lesa that
inn. amrtniv 1n 9Kn . .
Vila "v" , vwj'w jroi tun BAira.
Have von seen thesa eWaat satin I
painted novelties In nhotofftinh raana in I
tne windows of Boebinger, the Daren
port art dealer. They are beautiful and
are given away with every dozen cabinet
pnotoKrapns until Am.- . . ; . :
. should be displayed la buying meat
cine above all things. In selecting
remedy for any disease, you should b
positive that It cob tain nothing inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient ia tv
much worse condition, than before
S S S-
Is purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child cam
take it with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure the dis
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Spociflo Co., Atlanta, Ga
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
(Lata of Clnclnnsti, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past alz months he ha aceearally
of th most aever character.
Th name of a few who Hre In Davenport n)
vldnity. who have been aaceMfully treated are
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mr Mary Watson, rheamatlatn:
MImLIzzI Vance. Mr John Spelkur, catarrh;
Min Anna Davl, Mr Wm Sankeyf, CTofal; lira
J A Wiener, Mr P L Ma onhamer. heaft disease;
Mr P W Marshall. (11 years standing) piles;
Mr Ssmnel Sueleea, (18 " piles:
Mr lsiah Doty ( 7 " ) piles-
Mrs May Weodt. J A Wright, Sarah Hanson.
Prank Hayes, Wm Mcttranahan, N K Thompson,
These are a very few of tbe many testimonial
the doctor has, bat they are ensuvh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understand
tbe eaase sni treatment of disease.
3Loas of Manhood, Seminal Weakncm, and
Error of You to, positively and parmanentlf
VPossltWsly no ease taken that cai.not be
eured. Correspondence accompauied bv 4c la
tamp promptly answered
Ofllce McCnlloagh'a New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Cheapest and beat place In the paper for
"Wanu," "Lost," "Sale" and "Rent'' notice.
Only one-half cent a word, everybody nad tula
column. Try It.
ONEY LOANED ON FCKNITUKE at 1814
oecona avenue. J. w. JUNES.
FOR 8ALB-A FINE WT OP SURGICAL IN
stmmenta, also a full set of coal miner' tool
at .1. W. Jones' second hand store, 114 Second
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, botwht. old
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at Southeast corner Perry and Third Hta
Davenport. PHOFESSIOMAL CARDS.
J. M. BEAhDSLET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. I. Ken
worthy, 1736 Second Avenue.
JACKSON A HUBST.
TTORNEY8 AT LAW. Office in Rock Island
national Hank Building, Rock Island, 111.
B.D.BWBZNIT. - O. L. V1UU.
SWEENEY A WALKER,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office in Bengston' block. Rock Island, 111.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
security, make collection. Reference, Mitch
ell Lynda, banker. Office In Postofnc block.
THE DAILY ARHES.
JOR SALE EVERY EVENING at dampton'
1 New Stand. Five eente per copy.
DRS. RUTHERFORD & BUTLER,
GRADUATES OF THS ONTARIO VETE RN A
rv colleire, Velemary Physicians anp Surgeon.
Offlcet Ttndall'a Livery stable; Residence: Over
Alters Bakery, market square.
WM. 0. KULP. D. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms as, t7. n and Hi,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPAUD,
Library Building, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
ti mates and ee work before going to Chicago
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
MOCK ISLaXD C'ODKTI.
In tbe Clrc .it Court, January term. 1S91.
Enraia Albricbt v John At)richt In Ubancery.
aVmuavttof non-restdence of the above named
defendant. John Albricbt, having been Sled in the
clerk' office of the circuit conn of said county,
notice l therefore hereby given to tbe said John
Albrieht. defendant, that the complainant lied
herhbti of eomnlaiut in said coatt-omherliaiHwv
side thereof, on the twl day of aovember 1SB0,
ana ins inerenpon a summons issued oat of said
conn, wherein en ill suit is now pending, return
able eathe first Monday in the mon h of Jan nary
aet, as is by law reoyilred. Now, unless you. the
aid John Albricbt, defendant, above named;
ahall swssonally be and appear before aeli circuit
conn, on the first day of tbe next term thereof, to
be holden at Rock Island in and for the said eoon
ty, on the arst Monday In Jannsry nait, and plead,
uwer danar tn th. uln ot..i.i...
CBsaplalnt. the same and tbe matters and thluxa
tstetsin charged and stated Wit be taken cott-
Dr. S. E. MEM
.uw . uwme vnierea saainat von aeeora.
j Ism to thep-eyer of saidbUI.
Hockldaud UUnoi. Nov. S4th. 10.
t McSsrav XoK.aiar.Co t ,1.
UNLIKE TEA & COFFEE
-. The claims of cocoa as a useful article of diet are steadily
winning recognition. Unlike tea and coffee, it is not only a
stimulant but a nourisher; and it has the great advantage of
leaving no narcotic effects. Hence it is adapted to general
use. .The strong may take it with pleasure, and the weak
with impunity - . '
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST."
avJ HoonBrt Ooooa Ctaa trisd. alwar nssd") leavss no ffljoriens lhet en the
wsrvoas arstem. It ia so wonder, therefore, that in an parts of the world, this esvesaar
Coooa I rn.saaataSed hjr saedloal a.. lMem4 mt test mm mlhr
srs4te tor shtlly was t ehltdrvw aw .- ts. wale saael esek. rtek
l.ir' " saleiathe world." Aak
Paris Exposition, 18S9 I SStSS:
LARGEST CHOCOLATE MANUFACTURERS IN THE WCRLD
.- YEARLY SALE EXCEEDS 30,000,000 POUNDS.
PUREST, HEAlsTniEST AND BEST.
Ask tor YELLOW WRAPPES. MeUst Qocolates ml talt te mat;-
J Jbr Suit Eutiyafccie.
BRANCH . HnilSg llallAat enil a be- ai r-u uaau
- - T wr..wn
Estate of Henry C. Whitrtdge. deceased.
The inderetirned. havinr been enrol ntwl r.
ecutri). ol the last will and testament of Henry C.
Whitrl lee. late of the conntv of Rorar i.i.nH M.t.
of Illli ois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
wm a) .pear ovrore tne county court of Kock Isl
and co inty, at the office of the clerk of said
court, a theeity of Kock Island, at the January
term. the First Monday In January next, at
which time all persons having claims against
aid enate are notified and requested to at
tend trthe purpose or having the same adjust
ed, idl persons Indebted to said estate are re-
anestr i to make Immediate payment to th nn
ersbried. Dat.ii this l!tth day of November, A. D., 1H90.
CI ARLOTTE A. VTH1TKIIM1R Kr. rniri.
HA NOERY NOTIOK.
8TATK OF ILLINOIS. I
Koc t IsLaan c cktt. (
To th.- January IVrm A .. 1891, ClrcuitCourt,
of at id County, In Chancery.
Joseph Mcltoynolds complainant. v. Hngh Mc-
iwjiwuw, van-m fflcneyn Hll. aoaei V welis,
Brei too R. Wuila, Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
Rickardson, Eng tne A Lancaster, John C. Car
roll, Abraham .-trans., Hugo Gnodmsn, Simon
Yon.lorf and KCwin Rose, defendauts Fore
In t ie )ove named definxilam. Orlo w wk.
ardsos and Kuiene A. Lancaster. Notice I here
by git en Uiat the above entltl -d cause Is now
penilliig In said court ayslnst os and the other
dufom ants above i.amvd, that snaimons in chan
cery b been issued therein sgahist yon direct ee
10 imu -uerm oi saiu roomy lo execute, returnable
to the January Term. lMi, of ssid court, to be
bevon and boldcnat the eonrt bon l the rim
of Hoi k Island In said county on the Oral Mondsv
of Jan lar), nexL at which time and place yon 111
atoo: Island. Illinois, November 14, 10.
l:OK,B W. OAMHLB. Clerk of said Court.
I.CKtoll at UosViT, Complainant' SoitDlora.
f o Whom it may Conokrn.
Notice I berety given, that at the December
teim, - D 1830. of the county court of Kock Isl
and eruntV. State of I lllnola th .nil.lj. ..
guardian of Mary Ann Lee. Elixalee.Ueorge Lee
nuoer. a. uxisn Florences, ie, reolden.s of
raid a an y, and minor children of William Le- .
decent ed, will apoly to said eonrt for leave to fell
the es ate, title and Interest of said minors In the
follow ing reel estat situated In tbe county of Pe
oria, slate of Illinois, to-wtt:
The andtvided one-fonrtbof the northwest quar
ter of section Ave. KJ, town-hip ten. H, north
range 'It. tij east ot the fourth principal meridian,
excep- SS acre In tne northeast corner of said
quart r section, said spplicatton will be made fur
tne p rpose of otherwise Investing the proceeds of
I he sa ot said minors' intret In said lends.
Rocu Irlsnd, Illiiiol. NovemherTth, 18.
ROBERT LEE Ouardian as atorraatd.
I IT OP ERROR.
STAT Z OF ILLINOIS, 1 Within nd f.iv the
V North, rn Grand Division
Stn'kkM Cotrsr. ) of said tiiate.
Err. r to Appellst Court of Illinois In and for
the S xd District.
Annet 'e Ouver. Executrix of the EsUte of Samuel
tt. Giyev. deceased. Annette Outer, Bdward H.
Gnew and Annette Uayer plaintifls In error,
va. John H. Wilson, Holaae links-, Oeotve M.
- 1. Eskea. William T. Rurvtt. Stephen A. Malt.,
Ahnandet T. Bentley, Thomas J. Robinson.
Cha: leL. Walktr, The Rock Island Paper t'otn
panj .Philemoul... Mitchell, Phil Mitchell, W il
liaB U. Gtst, Klmora Buist and Cornelius
Wai tui, The said Annette Ouyer execntrlx of
the es a'e of Samuel S. Gayer, deceased, Annette
Guyet, Edward U. Guyeraad Annette Guyer have
sued e at a writ of error from said supreme court to
revers a Judgment obtained by said John 11.
Wilsffi against said Annette Guyer, leeutrix,
etc., 1 nnett Guyer, Edward B. Guyer and An
nette Guyer In a certain cast In wh'ch Holmes
Hakes, Georce M. D. Hakes, William T. Riggs,
rteph, n A. M, ln, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Hoi Inson, Charles U Walker. Th Rock Island
Paper Compary, piiilrmon U Mitchell, Cometius
Lyndr, Phil Mitch. U. William H.Gestand Elmore
w. H iret are also parties la the said Appellate
Court of Illinois la and for the second district
which said writ of -rror is now pending in said
auprene Court; and whereas, a writ of Scire
Faciei has been cbly issued herein, returnable on
the tit st day of the next term of said fjaprem
Court, to be boldeu at Ottawa, In said state, on the
First Tuesday lu March, next, according to law ;
and. here as, also. It appears bv affidavit on lie in
the cl -rk's office of said Supreme Court that h
said Holme Hakes, GeorgM.D. lUkee, Wiliism
T. Bit is, Stephen A. Main, Alexsnoer T. Bentley
arenas-resident of the stateof Illinois, and with
out that reach of tbe process i f raid Supreme court.
No', therefore, you, the said Holmes Hake.
OeorgeM. . Hake, WiliamT. Rigvs. Stephen A.
Main, Alexander T. Bentley, the said defendants
in en jr, whose non-residence appears as afore
said, ure hereby notified to be and appear before
the jo Mires ot said Supreme Court, at the next
term of said eonrt to be hoi den at t)Uaa, in said
stale, m the First Tuesday in March next, to hear
th rxord and proceedingi brought into said
Supre ne Court on return of said writ of errors and
the errors assigned. If you shall see flt, sndfurthur
to do ad receive waat said court ahall order in this
Dah d October SUth, A. D.. 1890.
A. H. TAYLOR. Clerk.
STATE OP ILUWOIS, t
Rot K Iu.ain CocjrrT, '
In tbe Circalt Court In Chancery.
Johul'eetx, administrator cum teatamento annexo
of U e stte of Bailey Davenport,deceaed, vs.
the. lock lcland and Milan t-treet Railway Corn
pan;', Charles U. Stoddard, J. P. Robinson.
Ktuure Burst, Peter Fries and J. G. Massie.
Orlg Inal bill.
John Pee tx. adminlsttator enm testamento an
nexo of th estate ot Bailey Davenport, de
ceased, vs. th Rock Island aV Milan Street
Railway Company, Bar Wllcher, John W.
8te art, James M. M. ntg-nnery, Edwin G.
Frater, Levi Sharp Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
Frederick C. A. Uenkmann, William P. Hal
ligaii, Ross Wood man see, T nomas S. Silvis,
l ou V. Eckhart and John E. Hownlng,
Geo ge Downing, 8r James lowning and
1 ho aa ltawniug, partner etc., as Downing
Nou ee 1 hereby given that by virtue of de
cree o ' the circuit conn in and for the connty of
Rock i aland in the state of Illinois, entered In th
above entitled causa on th Thirtieth Sbth I day
f September, A. D., ISM, I (hall on Saturday, th
Sixth .0 day of December, A. D., ltMO, at tbe
boor T ten 10 o'clock in th forenoon of (aid
day at the north dour of the coon house in th
city ot Mock Island In said county of Rock Ielsnd,
ell, . nbjecl to the approval of and conurtnattnn
by aa d circuit court, at public auction to the
highet t bidder or bidder upon th term herein
afiert.nd in said decree mentioned, all tbe rail,
way V said defendant th Sock Island Milan
Street Railway Company, (aid railway extending
from t o corner of eseateenth street and First
avenu i in said city of Mock Island turoogh and
along the streets and avenues of said city to a
point d or near th southern limit of (eld city,
and tl race over it rlgnt of way and in part over
and a! m certain road and highway In tbe town
of sot th Bock liana to and over th or dga now
ownet by the laid city of Rock Island apanntnt
Kock river between the town of Sear and tbe
town of Milan, and thence over and along certain
street. and public grounds in said town or ctty of
Milan to it termiitu therein and including th
branch extend tng f rem tne town of bears afore
said u tbe nigh point on the bluffs of Rock river
know -aa Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with U Mid railway company' right of way, real
eslste. lease, road-bed. track, side-tracks,
wild as, iron, ties, engine and statioo bouees,
bam, motor, rolling etock. cars, horses, ma
chine.' y, tooia. Implement and belonging a and all
aaid nilway company' property, appliance and
appar (nances of every sort, kind and doscriptlou
whau wver now belonging to and owned by said
defeat tant railway company, including those now
in the possession or control of Frederick lines,
heretc (ore appointed receiver herein, and all such
which nay hereaft-r aud prior to rack sale Us ac
quire! by him, (excepting nevertheless!! money
beloa 1ng to (aid street railway company bow id
tbe ha ads of aaid receiver and all such as may
aria I torn or grow ont of th aa of aaid -all way
prop ty and franet tees, or may come to a d re
ceive) prtof to hi surrendering possession of said
railway and property as by aaid decree provided
togettarwith all the rights, privilege and fraa.
ehias of said defendant railway company to
mainl dn and operate it-said railwav and carry on
it ha: Iness, and to maintain and operate It said
rallws y over, along, across and through the recta,
alley ro d ana pahllc ground of said ctt of
Kock: (land, aaid town of Milan and said township
of 8 th Kock Island, andV over and along tbe
aaid t ridgea spanning Rock river, and all other
rights . privilege and franchise what.ouver be
long ii g to or connected with tae said railway com
pany; all of said railway, premiss., property.
itts d prtviieeee being situated th eounlv
of Hot kIs4aadaresaia a4M beiisf abat
nwev ssMee awautten tor taxOTBaaaasBmm.la,
gene i ovepec la 1, which mar have accraea and re
main- htreon poor toaci
Tat ttatkl Of SALE . tbonaand r10jnoi
doUat tin casii dowt at tb tlm ot said sale, and
were aeinni rapoa iw."ww sss eesuuaaai
of.ae mulWMid otieattcHirt.
Sat nl at hock lslmd, luiaots, this (via day' of
Nov ae, A. !.-
' i r -r-
" t ' "' ''
GOOD FOR THE NERVES.
foe Vaa Botmnfa sad kbatasv. f
1 rrrrrrrrrrrrrcij 1 1 sjjh , iijC
wxwnnaw, PS K W IWHRJ .u
THE THAYELEUS CIDE.
way Depot corner Fifth arena and Thirty
itvt street. C. II bkelton, agent.
Council bluff, at Mtuneso-1
U Day Expre.... (
Ksnsa City Day Express...
Council Bluffs A Minneso- I
ta Express (
Council Bluffs A Omaha I
Limited Vestlbal Ex.. I
5:Sn am "10 C pa
S .18 pm.
Eansa City Limited 'iO M pm
tGoing west. tQoing eas. 'Daily.
BCRUSGTtlN RoUTE-C, B. A Q. RA1L
wsy Depot First avenue and Sixteenth sv,
M J. Yonng, sa-ent.
TRAINS. I ..aav aerr
St. Loaie hxpree
8u Luu Kxpress..........
8u panl Express
oeerdetosm Passenger. ...
Way Freight (Monmonth)..
av. o ..
; fta-n : am
pmi iu:u am
T 40 ami :48 pm
10:M ami :( pm
CHICAGO, MILWACEEB ST. PAUL RAIL
wsy Rs.-ine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twet ticth street, between First and Second
avenue, E. D. W. Holmes. utenU
tan auu cxprea.-. .......
St. Paul Expr rs .'
-t.a Actxm modatr-n....
ROCK l-LAND PEOKIA RAILWAY DC
pot First steaa and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
l aara, ' Aasrva.
S:lSaa; T:3A pm
Ht sail 8 Kto pm
f-OOpm! SM am
MOST DtSECT MOQTB TO TBE
East aiid South Eastz
S 15 am
8 58 am
10 50 am
7 25 pm
4 87 pa
Jlv R. Isl'd ar
ar. .Orion. .1
i. ee om
a ni pm
4 SS pm
a 05 pm
11. U am
iu Oti am
7 66 pm
1 16 am
1st. Lou la. Mo
Han vliln. 111.
. -.oaievill .
I Cincinnati O
Passenger train arrlvv and depart from Catoaj
Accommodation train leave Rock Island 83
p. m. a-rivus at Peoria 8 so a. m Leave Paoria
7:15 p. M. arrive, al Rock Island 1 OA a m.
Arr. Reynold. .......
6 06 pa
'.n an am
Ae-ABn i .'111. iImwT
" Hock Island..
o ' am ix nu pa B.4B pa
7 10 anil I 4S m -A
8 e am 00 pmi 5JW pm
Chair car on Fast Express betweaa Rock lelaad
and Peoria In both direction
H. B. SUDUW, It. STOCKB0TJ8I.
Superintendent. Uen'l TkU Agent.
AST MAIL TRAIN wHk -leatrlc lighted end
Steaa healed Veatlbnled train between Chr
cngo, MUwankee, Ml Panlaad Mmneapolia.
TRAN-OONT15 NTA L ROUTE wtth Electric
lighted and Steaa heatad Vestibule train be
tween Chicago and Council BlaOa, Omaha a
SL Paul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago
Eansa City and St. Joseph. Mo.
6700 MILE OF ROAD reaching all principal
point In Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri. South Dvtota and North Dakota.
Tor map, time table, rate ot passag aad
. F")1-. PP)f so ths nearest sutiou agsat
of th Chicago. Mllwaak St. Panl Railsray, or
to any railroad agent any where la th world.
BOS WELL MILLER, X. V. B. CARPENTER,
General Manager Gea'l Pass, T, Agt.
For Information la reference to Land aad
Towns owned by by the Chicago, Milwaukee A
St. Paul Hallway Company, write to H. O. Has
gen. Land oommissloiuir MUwankea. WUoonaia.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. PaaraacW
PaaaoatrrtoH a araoiat.Tr.
Fourth At, and Twenty-Third St.
ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furntablng an klada
of Stoves with Castings ol 8 cent
A MACHINE SHOP
ha been added wlier all kinds of machia
' work will he dons ort-cM.
morn bt.akv 7ti ave.
; covrii::o box. Prcpts.
'"1' r- wwy a f.-i ont
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
OTf ACQUAINTED WITH THE OEOOEAPHTOr THB UOUB1ET. WILL OETATBT
KUOH TALOABLB XBFOaMATIOS fBOM A STTTDT Cl" THIS MAP OF
THE CHICAGO, RCCX ISLAKD & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
fn.llltn M. I. IIhu
i y, "..11 t, . sivniaroii. r sum v smx or tn
'""fllr Bivr- Tnet Xllrect Rout lo and from Chlcauro, Jolist, Ottavrsv
Porlv, LaeallS) JJoUrie, rfK-k lainnd, to 1LXJNOIH Uavecpon, Uusoautta!
Owumwsa, rkaXooeas EX? MolneB.WiiiUri.K A uduhon H aji ivn, and Ominol
Bloffa, In IO, A-lainnv.::a and Kt. PattL In MI NKKSOTA-Watertown
P,a 6lux Falla, lu DA h.OIA-Ostns -on, 6t Josx-pb, aad Kanaava cttr ta
WISSOUiU--Omsui.Firr.,-.ry.aml No on.lo N i B rfXfe ST-HoAorT Too. "k el
Bhtr.jor icUlt. Uoiiertja, Atlsoi. CaJdwe.lL In KAN dAR rond
Ciwk, tlturflsber. tort tter.o. In tbo INDIAN TEKR1TOI1T ond Colorswio
Spnnire, Denver, Pueblo, In COLORADO. FFJlE RrrnDing Cbair Car to
ft?" JT"? CbJcsuro, CaJdwell, Rutcfttnn. (tod DoOjra city, ard Palavc bkmn.
In Cars betwwnChictvo, Wtcbita, iwrui Hutcblnsxm. Trarenrsven new arid
raat ares of inch farmiria; suia errvaxtasr UtKla, svtTorvllmr Ujw bens fisrnliusns
or intercommunlcsvtion to eul u.wn and cttlew ssst svnd wsast, oartharsss
tvod aoutowoet of Chlctveo. an A Fsvcttlc and traaaocsMania 6 on port.
MACNIFICENT VESTIETJLE EXPRESS TRAINS,
tavdinir svll cotnpotltorTi n nolendor of exiuiptiMit, cool, wait wntllatssd. and
frsB from dust. Thpoi'trti Conctiaa. Fuilman Slovrvrrs. t EJ- K Hsx-llntPaT
Chair Care, and leant of Ktiasouri Riv- Dining Car Daily bstwrea cttira.
Iaa Uotnoa, Council Chirr, mjd Onifka, sritJi Ft IlMciinlneT CnaUr Cm- to
North Plsjttej, Nsb., and (wesi Chiosvm avod Cnlrsmdo ftm-lncria. Dmvr.
smd PuWo,vlaSk Joavepii, or Ka&stN City and TopsU. Frtiawvcild Dlntnar
5; o tela trVirnleniDaj itsasua at srwon bla boural wsrt of astaaourl klvrr.
CaJtfornla Kv cure tons daily, with CQOiCR OF ROUTES to and frorn Hlt
J" OiTdeo. Portlod, Lx AtumleM, aod Ran Francisro. Tba DIRECT
UNB to and from Ptaa'a l'eok, Manluu, Garden of Ule Ooda tha SaniLart.
umav, and ttcenic Oraudoum of Colors. to.
VIA THE ALBEHT LEA ROUTE,
?iLdn,Iy?f. XT11" amXiy bwwo CbJraro and MlBnempolla aod Pt. Paul.
K?CML-,?brouh Chkdr Cur and S)x bsKwaen Peons, Fptrtt La.
tvd blotn FalK vna Hock. Inland. Tb Fnvottta Lu to IlpwsttoDO, WatarX
Jovro, Sioux Falls, and the bumzucr &eons aod Hun tins; aad FlahtnaT
arounda of the Northwest. " .";
TI?HO HT,lJ N K V1A fENKCA END KANKAKEE oOrs fWrllltlea to
travel between. ClDcinnau, linilajjajcli, IIavttA, avod Council liluffa. BV.
JoeapOjAtchiaoD. Leaven wortii, Kutb aa Ctty, tfflnnoa polls, aad St. Paul!
For T1ckets, Map. Folder, or daAiprd Inl.srmatlOni. anDly to ear Ticket
i- n-.,-c 1 -rfanait .rtratlilraaV H ' '
E. ST. JOHN.
Ha opened hit New and Spacfoue
No. 1620 to 1626 Third aena,
where be would be pleased to aee hit friends.
:b "w. "winsTTjEn,
rmprlelor of ta
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERAXCK BILLIARD AND POOL BALL.
No. 1908 SECOND AVEXUI.
Islorted Clfars s specUltj, For a fd Sc eigar call at th -Area."
"ML E. MURRUST,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third aTeon aod Tweoty-fint St , IL. IdaeJ.
vJ2Z2Zk " 0rOWU 'kmt Ulk"o)4'- A wf reklie
-or. w. tjoisrES-
Oaalar ia Mevi aad
Second Hand Goods
Baya,naadtTdarart1cla. A eoeelaltf atad W Jewesrr,
' No. 114 SoouBjd Areas,
A. BLACKHALL, .
MaaafacUtrsr of all toad mt
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
QmfFtiM Snot aspedattr. Rspalrlaf 4om satl j aad arosaptlr .
A sliarsirfjaorpaaroauaxaresvst-tfsllf eollclud.
Hit Beooad Afvane, R.k 11 aod. IIL
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. SftM Fiftb Atratse, ROCK ISLAND,
stock, tk test ixxxlsal ta lowvet prhrea. A stars of BnKrwaa soikltel.
aw iicw atoi, aew
After B vear npertene la teacblnc laaira
sMtal Mule, I will ptusBlswjoaaaoretbearr srtU
lea I'ssuns fur ta loast aauuej of au teacaer la
Bade or tenrt.toa. ovea ear Javwalle pll.
Teeaer wUt soasv to order their Masse
Book of a Ooe-Uiird of ol aurk-d prW oa
Dbeet Sasstc to everr one. Iv orders, Baaalng
aotnor, at aij Btasi reusaa, lul Kcotd avanae.
Ws nalLs s speelalty of trachtn( hktxpartMoad
tcthns ksrw to teark. -
Aditrass mm at VM Brsdjr SC. Doveetort, I.
mlU. O. A. HsusUa.
Kvs 3 1 arknowlMeed
tho lesvllns? mue.iv lot
'---r'- ' If '
W a . s
J A. J. k
I J 9 ... .a.
They btte got It.
It wilt make joor borne happy.
It will oot gts or smoke.
It hag Urge ah pn.
It bag hetTj steel bod.
It keeps Are all sight.
. IT IS THE
the CTsodfst production of nodcra times.
We lerite yon to call sd eiamlae oar
immenae lioe of Rirertlde Stores ud lUorec
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
. . . . . ...
U11IUAUO.ILL. Osa'l Tiaxat ft rasa
John Volk & Co.,
fh. Doors, lilibils, Saiiog. FTooriot.
aad all kinds of wood work for aolllssm.
Hcnuaotk BU, aot rkird aad Peon ar...
Hrfltect Your Evm
jj HAKI0N OPTICAL CO's ,
' o.-i ja T m
MardlSVo"--!- . Braoek: MsriDO,
W. S. HOLBR00KS
Bed Room Sets
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
sTCall tad see oar Use.
No. 103, 103 aDLl07 Eut
91 4i"i I 5
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WILL S.10WS-
Use jat reivrsed rrora Europe aad ou!4 be pVaari to ee Li frsti 1s at
kis place of buaioes la
Star Blocc, OrroMnt IIaupkb llorr,
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for ISM l aaw bnn rewlel.
J. T. DIXOJST.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avtcce.
C J. W.
House and Sign Painter.
rLrat-cia 0ralata aa l-asw lsaefli.
p. o. Boi m.
Offloe aad rQsop Cor rWrntseau Bt.
a astasia ro . srwnv.
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third pnt betwn 10th and 11 ih trif.
(rrod Eoca i OS etatvd.)
CJ-alll kltvU of Carpsete. arort aad nfirig dots. H.iifM a rmai ui.
J" . HUE. CHBISTT.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AaTSrACTVBaB OF CB4CUU A9B Klsc.m
Aak your Qrooar fat Twr,arelft
waT-lpoeia)Ua TVs CkrWf "wTITIB" aaa la. CVrkstf "VsT art A"
ROCK l.-LAND. ILL.
No. m Twtsat But, Mtt u Coarad SMf, poeerj. R.t Uiaai
for tee Sttisf
ECOTS ADTD SHOES,
llaibslatalvte. Alto itatrta-oas a
DAVIS & CO,
A roaaaisiti oteck of
Pip, Uraas Goods. IWmp
Hot, Fir UricV, Kir
taw Asset fur
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAIUS
peMW w nt.1. .
Towwts ssi tr', to rnr
rXafciy lleaiiaf IloiVr an1 f
furattalar; aod la)ir W1. .
"Vwew r It
.711 FibT if ,
sC? , ktV-UTBD HI
1J..11 . . ; . . .
.5 J'tlll 111 I !?!-.
V&Litz No 1808 Stwnd Tf.nus..
eJ Rocs Ilakd. Ill
COMPLETE IN ALL
Tor Calalotnxs Ai-lrta
J. O. DUS CAN.
ROCK IHLASD. ILL.
"aorta aoa. aoL aa4 tit (
. . r t T 1 J
. . IVOtK IH.U1U
as aS tnaswaaT
I lad. I soj -i a w. .
I : wed. IU.