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THE ItOCH IGLA17D ARGUB, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4. .aUO.
WOMAN AND HOME
THE EVIL EFFECTS OF MR3. MARTI
NET'S INFANTRY DRILL.
Bow to GIT. Money to CblldranWom
aa's Mistake In Shopplnr-flow Bkj
I r4 Ths Tonng Womw of Today.
rmlnlB, but Seat.
Ths Infantry drill In households
ws wot of to subversive of oil tho moot sn
gaalng qualities of childhood. Look, for
xample, at Mrs. Martinet's family. Every
thing like impulse baa be?n disciplined out
of tbem. Mr. M. herself U said to have
been very strictly brought up on the auto
matic principle, and tho strait Jacket
svstera of education which made her tha
statuesque creature she la she faithfully
repeats npon her children. People say
they are reumrkably well behaved. They
never romp or laugh or do anything ob
streperous. When spoken to tbey respond
io set phrase, as If talking out of a book.
If In their babyhood thoy exhibited any
germs of a rollicking disposition tho said
ttt-nna were carefully extinguished. No
signs of them at present exist, and looking
Into tho dull, untwiukling ayes of Mrs.
Martinet's children one can hardly fancy
(hut Ten In their long clothes tbey ever
rvntured on a chuckle or a crow.
And yet, as we have hinted, tho little
Martinets are considered model chlldron.
So, In fact, they are In one sense, for they
are about as uniinpivsHible as if they had
been molded out of wax, or cast in planter
of pari. Their mother, who, in her cold
way, la somewhut proud of the little "pre
cisians," in making honorable mention of
their negative virtues, amure ber ac
quaintances she Is too much tt a machine
to hare friends that tbey never make any
Dole. The idea of noiseless boys and
girls! What do children, come Into the
world for but to make a noise to whoop,
whistle, sing, dance, run, jump, fight, yell,
roll In thedirt and spoil their clothes? A-hl
Mrs. Martinet, your repressive system hi
all wrong. The enthusiasm of childhood
should be gently and wisely guided and
directed not choked down. The boy is
father to the man, and if the boy Is sys
tematically anublieu into silence be
sum! the mau will never "make a noise in
the world." Kew York Ledger.
Woman's Mistake In Mhopplng.
Xo pursuit known to the feminine work!
so successfully and delusively disposes of
time as shopping. The experienced hus
band and father knows that any engage
ment witb bis family wbicb stands at the
end of a shopping day haa large chances
against fulfillment, r.veu a woman of dis
cretion in other mutters who has but an
hour at her disposal will plan enough er
rands lor that time to crowd a half da v.
"It is S o'clock," sars the shopper. "Two
hours more, and in that time I can easily
call on the drewmaker up town, make sev
eral purchases at Bartle s and run In to
look at the new etchings at the gallery.
since I shall be so near. I'll look at the
book store as I come down and select
dous. tor susie s oirtiiday. men I can
take a cross town car and get home in
W hen the great church bell chimes 6 she
It shocked, dismayed and ashamed to find
mat sne must tie lute to dinuer and keen
the family waiting, and she frets herself
into such a nervous conditiou because of
wbat she bos done and what she has failed
to do that husband and children learn to
dread the days "when mother goes shop
ping." A little forethought, and especially
toe rememuertng wnat so manv women
forget, that It takes time to go from place
to place, and that street cars are not light
ning transits, would make a vast differ
ence In many cases. Harper' Bazar.
Row to Clve Money to Chlldrem.
Give your little folks a weekly allowance
Bsauuunaioeyareaoieto stand before a
candy counter that comprises what an al
lowance would mean to tbe average child
giving them to understand that Just so
much Is the limit of their pin money. (I
relieve i neean witb two cents, Increasing
in time to five.) Then add to that weekly
whatever they may earn in little ways.
Teach tbem tbe pride of having earned
pennies. Many a good habit can be incul
cated by at first stimulating it by a small
reward. For instance, a penny for having
Otean hands, clean nails, clean teeth, for
well combed balr, for banging up coat and
hat in coming from school on nails put low
ou especially tor tbera, for filling the
wood box. and so on for various things
aunpieu to vaneu circumstances.
But that is not all. Teach them what the
money to distinctly for, and that if the re
quirements are slighted or undone the pen-
uios win not oe ionacomlng. Teach tbem
that they cannot have tbe "hair combed
penny" If they come to dinner with a
irowxy nead, or that the door mat penny
Is not theirs if thers are muddy tracks In
m. aiicnen. cor. Uooa Housekeeping.
How Baby Is Fad.
My baby nurses practically when she la'
hungry, every four to six hours, on tha
average. I am Inclined to think that bot-
uea Dawes should not be fed oftener than
ones in rotir to six hours. Our baby Is
never overfed, and we never allow her to
nurse until we know that she la hungry.
Nor do we ever Interrupt ber sleep to feed
her. Not long mm she woke ud at noon.
nursed, went to sleep again at 8 o'clock
and slept till 10 o'clock at night 10 hours
The sleep was of as much benefit to her
as the food given when she waked hungry.
We hope that she will nurse nntil she Is 13
or 16 months old, and we will not begin to
" "r cow s mint until we see that tha
motner's milk la actually insufficient.
When she is ready to take solid food, whtnh
she will not be until she Is 13 or 15 months
ora, t two she will get graham bread with
toe milk and we mav add a Httia fi-.iir
later. Many babies die of dyspeptic star
vation oy overreetilng, and I don't intend
so let mine. Interview In Boston Globe.
Too Toiing Woman of Todav.
It to not enough that tbe young women
of today shall be what their mothers are
or were. They must be more. The spirit
or tbe times calls on women for a higher
oruer oi things, and the requirements of
toe woman oi the ruture will be great. I
must not be misconstrued into saying that
the future woman will be one of mind
rather than of heart. Power of mind In it
self no more makes a true woman than does
wealth, beauty of parson, or social station.
out a clear intellect, a well trained mind
adorns a woman, Just as an ivy will adorn
spienum oaic; a true woman has a power,
something peculiarly her own. In her moral
Influence, which, when duly developed.
uiaacauerqueenovera wide realm of spirit.
jjuv mia sne can possess only aa her pow
ers are cultivated. cultivated women
wield the scepter of authority over the
worm at larjje. wherever a cultivated
woman dwells be sure that there you will
find refinement, moral power and life in
ite highest form. For a woman to be cul
tivated she must begin early; the days of
girlhood are transitory and fast fleeting,
and girls are women before we know it in
inese rapid times. Every girl has a cer
tain station to occupy in this life, some
one place to fill, and often she makes her
own station by her capacity to create and
mi it. ine beginning Influences the end.
Ladies' Hmne Journal.
f eminine, bat Neat.
After your soup and fish you begin to
. wim jour neighbor.
Sh to an American married to a French
man, and she tells you this runny little
story anent a famouc little beauty who bad
been betrothed to her husband before she
"i iuvb nim.
Said she. "I was a little under the weather,
and so when she called I had to ask her to
coeie tomy boudoir. On my writing desk
stood a picture of my husband-one he bad
gHW mewhen I Unit met him and which
. I T m Very Koru"ly in all ver. After
she bad talked about herself a little white
she went over to this picture, gave It the I
Angry? Of cour.-1 wa angry, but tnv
native wit didn't desert me. I waited
th7i I . l" ,lyla" W "'' And
'.r.1. Z." -. 5' Kttto case
.-.lujuji uesixte me. ODenni it
7i. - J """"nnuanu myself taken
together on our wedding trip and thanT
announced: Tie had thnt JTj ?1 i.? i
HSsTt lmla.l. I ... .
.1,1 IJ1U, 2
'P bJ't an In"
Henp,uofuI,nmUl, tbin8to Lo
" wwiUaY Slie Will fVM a.
- T" Crr FracklB.
Frwkles are of little account In children,
who had Utter b. left fre to run and oTaT
tn the . uaahlne; but older person. bSd2
guarding against unnecessary eiwwuJ
CS7 ftped. WjncreasethetonejinJjuS
tlon of the skin, which can be clone by
washing it once or twice a day In tar soap
and cold water, and afterward applying a
lotion of borax and rose water.
Here and there a person Is trembled witb
Urge, irregular patches, most frequent on
the face and back of the bands. Tbey are
caused by a morbid disintegration of tho
red hXaod corpuscles, the debris being de
posited in the scarfskin as pigment.
This disintegration is caused by some
form of debility, induced by disturbance
of one or more Internal organs. Treat
ment must aim to restore the nervous pow
er and the general health. Local stimu
lants may be applied, as in the case ot
Sometimes this discoloration Is spread
uniformly over the entire body, and is then
known as Addition's disease. Its origin is
essentially the same as in the more limited
disorder last mentioned, but the extensive
destruction ot blood corpuscles gives me
to a serious . antenna or poverty if the
blood. Youth's Companion.
Improving the Calling Card. '
A novel suggestion concerning the call
ing card Is that it shall be dated by the vis
itor, a plan which will greatly assist the
receiver 1n keeping a record of the visit
and arranging for its return at a suitable
time. Should this plan become general,
card cases neatly fitted witb an indelible
pencil and miniature calendar will be in
demand. Another inuovation for relieving
the ugly monotony of a lady's card is. to
decorate-it somewhat after the manner of
the dinner card, that is, to have a bird, a
flower or plume of ferns In colors -err neu
tral tints thrown across the left hand cor
ner. This fancy, if adopted, will result in
great extravagunce, and the cards of the
wealthy and artintic he treaanred ftaverlta
ble works of art. New York Letter.
A Doll That Takes Milk.
There are perhaps 2.000 tors in one di
vision of the patent ofiice, and one of the
craziest curiosities is a doll baby which
sucks the bottle. This doll is patented bv
Rudolph Steiner, of Germany, and it con
sists ot a doll baby sitting ou a pan. with
bottle tilled with genuine milk on a little
table In front of it. A rubber tube con
nects with the glass pipe which runs into
the bottle, and, going into the mouth of
the cbild, runs down behind and through
the doll Into the pan. Bv means of a si
phon, which cornea out through the doll's
bend, machinery is set to work bv which
the doll begins to suck and the milk flows
up into Its mouth and out into the pan.
r rans u. carpenter's Uetter.
A Woman Honored.
The Boomerang, of Laramie, recites the
distinguished honors won by Mrs. Hoyt, of
that city, in an examination before the
University of Denver for the degree of
doctor of philosophy. Mrs. Hoyt who Is
the wife of Dr. Hoyt, president.-- the
Wyoming university and ejf-covernor of
the territory gave a thesis on the "Nature
of Consciousness" in Trinity church. Den
ver, before a large audience representim?
tne culture ot tbe city and state, and wi
greeted witb great applause. The chan-
eellor responding said: "In behalf of Mrs.
Hoyt I desire to thank you for tbe gener
Dtis applause accorded, her. Yon have
heard her splendid thesis, and had you
also tested, as we have done, her magnifi
cent sweep of literature, science and phi
losophy, you would feel that the institution
honoring her is Itself honored by her com
ing to it for the degree conferred."
la the bead
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A conotltut onal remedy
L ke Hood's Saraspsrilla,
Wbicb purifies tbe blood.
Makes the weak strong,
Try it now.
The north pole and tbe south pole are
not any further apart than tbe old maid's
Idea ot an old maid and tbe Idea tbe
Tbe readers of the Abods will be uleaaed
to learn that there la at lead one dreaded
disease that science has been able to cure
In all Its stages, and that is catarrh
Hall a Catarrh Cure is tbe only Dosltive
cure now known to the medical fraternltv.
Catarrh being constitutional disease, re
quires a constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting
uirecuy npon tne blood and mucous sur
faces of the system, thereby destroying
the foundation of tbe disease, and giving
tbe patient strength by buildioe ud the
constitution and assisting nature in doing
a wu. i oe proprietors nave so much
faith in Its curative powers, that they
uurr vuu uunurta uoiiars ior any esse
that It falls to cure. Bend for list of tea
F. J. Chebkit & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists. 75c.
A man can easily have his own wa
not wanting It.
Hard Coal Market.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal.
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$4.S0snd Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered.
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying In 25o per ton extra.
E. Q. fRAZKB.
K. E. Parmenter. aiiornev at iaw.
Hakes collections, loans money and will
attend to any lesral business Intrusted -tn
him. Office, vostofflce block. Rock Inl
and, HJs. dsAwly
Paris Exposition 1889
tJRAKD PRIZES--. OOLD Mr.lMLS.
VANILLA (3 ante) QUALITY.
ASK FOE YELLOW WRAPPER.
FOR SALE F.VERVWHKER.
BRaNCH HOUSf, UHION SQUARE, M.Y.
A. D. HUESING
Reorasaata. ammur nthar 1m.Mrf
known FlralnsaraBcaCoBpanlaa aefouewtng:
Royal Into ranee Company, of Kegiand.
weacaeiiter Fire las. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo Oarmaa Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Hot-host . IS. Y.
Cttlsens Ins. Co.. of Pituboivh, Pal
Son fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of Oattforala.
Security Ins. Co.. New H ivao. Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co., Milwaukee Wm
Oarman Iflre In. Co., of Paaaia, 111. -
Office Cor. 18th Be, and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
'yara narlenea In teaching Inatro-
uj..Mi muii, i wui promise yon more uaory wita
leas leseoae tor the icaat money of any teacher tn
DAILY PRACTICE .
ander car supervision, si van each Juvenile pupil.
Teacbara will save money to ordar their Music
Books of as One-third off of marked price on
aheat music to evervona. tHnoniu.
author, at my mule rooms, 1401 Second avenue.
We maka a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers bow to teach.
Address me at 1406 Brady St, Davenport, la.
aM. V. A. WUHKKIf ft
R. R. TICKET
AND STEAMSHIP "
(Member Aaeneaa Ticket Brokers' Asatnl
Rkdtjoxd Hatjcs to allJoxkts.
oma In Adams Xxprasa Offlcndr
BarperBoase. " .. ,
oui exre ran
Wood Is thicker than water,
and must be kept pure to
Insure good bealtb.
6 Witt's Specific Is natures remedy
for this purpose. '
It never to fails elimnate the impur
ties and build up the general health.
There is only one Swift's Spocifio,
and there is nothing like It. r
Be sure and get the genuine.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Disease
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT.
t'beapwt and ben place In the
"Wania," 'Lost," "Sale" and "Kent
Only one-hHir cent a wordr Everybody reads this
column Jry It.
AYOl.'NO MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
to do cbor-s for hie board this winter.
MON KT LOAVBD ON FURNITTKE at 1614
Second aroDQe. J. W. JONES.
pOR SAI.K-A PINE L T OP SURGICAL I
F Mrnmknis, al-o a full fet of coal miner's tooln
at J. W. J,.i,ea- ascond hand atom, 1614 Second
OECONO-HANO FURNITURE, houiiht. sold
Lj exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
stored at cjouiheast corner Perry and Third ttls
Davenporc PROFESS IOKAL CARDS.
J. M. BEAhDSLEY,
ATTORNEY AT LA W Office with J. T. Ken
worthy. 17 Second Avenue.
ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
National Bank Building, Rock Island, 111.
B.C. aWSSHBT. O. L.WA1.BSB.
' SWEEJfET & WALKER,
ATTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Office lu Bengaton's block, Rock Inland, la.
McEMRT k McEMRI,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on mod
security, make collections, RKterenca, Mitch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Ofllae in fostolnce block.
THE DAILY ARHC8.
FOR BALE EVE1Y EVENING at Cmmptoo'a
News Stand. Five cenu per capy.
DRS. RCTHERFORI) it KCTLER,
GRADUATES OP THE ONTARIO VETERNA
rvcolleve, Veternary Pbyxicians snp Surgeons.
Offlcei Tindall-s Livery stable; Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square.
First Mo toes
is seas oy
$200.00 and Upwards ,
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the
of the loan.
Interest 7 ner cent semi aim n si I r rnl!atjt
remlttwl free of charge.
R. W. HURST,
Attoknk y at Law
Rooms t and 4 Masonic Temple,
BOOK JST.AJ5D. ILL.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, Pharmacist
pBEScan-riom a Sfkcuutt. -Fourth
Ave. and Twenty-Third St.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Having purchased tha
Property which he has had ietted for tha ho
tel buinesa, is now prepared to accom
modate transient goests.
Day and Regular Boarding
at verv reasonable ptjees.
Be is also engaged in the
. Grocery Business
at tbe ssme place with a choice lot of Groceries.
Farm pittance a apeclalty.
John Volk & Co.,
GEWEBAX - '
. -Mannfaetarersof ' v. '
ash. Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,.
B1 U kinds ot wood work for builders,
fhteesna SU, bet nurd sad Fourth eve J
and Monthly Imgnlarltlea.
Ladiaa (Jaa Le Due's Periodica! Ml. of Paris.
i . J. KuatanleM to accomphith all that la
peculiar to woman
Coll direction wtth aali
M AY fa Ia. K k 1 1 ...
no. $a per box or throe laxeaforaji-
; Pill Co., ro;
yalty proprlatora. 8oaacerlnwa. toe
Cl T i i ootaiaaaot Otto Kun. Almstraat,
iMir w "nvwport, ndorai
Bstste of George J. Zleg ler, deceased.
The snderalgaed havbuoeea appointed admla
liaator of tha estate of George J. Zlegler.lata
e ' the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois, de-
aaed, hereby gtvas notice that he will appear
b iforr the county court of Rock 111 and county, at
t) office of the clerk of said court, la the city of
Bock Island, at the February term, on the nrst
1 onday tn February awn, at which time all
Smonshkvmgclstmssgalnstsald aetata are no.
led and requested to attend for the pentose of
hiving the earn adjusted. All persona indebted
U said estate are requested to make immediate
p iTroent to tba undurthrned.
Dated this Sod dsy f December. A. D. IrtS.
FRANK B. ZIXQLER, Administrator.
, Estate ot Henry C. Whltrldge. deceased.
" Tha undersigned, having bean appointed ea
ex utrix ot the last will andteatament of Benry c.
V hit ridge, late o the county of Rock Island, Mate
oi Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that hs
w 11 appear before the county court of Rock Isl
et d county, at tha office of the clerk of aald
art, tn the city of Rock Island, at the January
I in, oa the Pint Monday Is January next, at
itch time all persona having claims against
aald estate are notified and requested to at
te ad for the purpose of having the same sdjust
e . All persona Indebted to aald aetata are re
al ested to make Immediate payment to tbe no
isted this 11th day of November, A. D., 1890.
CHARLOTTE A. WUITKllXiK, Executrix. .
: rr ate of illtsois,
iocs Isuanc ratT.
TV the January Term A . 1891, CtrcuItConrt,
aald Conntv, in Chancery.
Jr wph M cHoynolds complainant, vs. Hugh Me
: teynoids. Carrie Mcfieya Ma, Moses D Wells,
.irrntoo R. We'la, Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
:tlcasruBnn, Eogen A Lancaster, Joka O. Car
1 ml, Abraham Mrause, Hugo Soodman, Mmon
Tondorf aad Kdwia R ee, defendants Fora
To the shore nstned defendants, Orlo W. R'ch
anlsonand Eugene A. Lancaster. Notice Is hra
ny given that tha above entitled causa Is now
pe wllni; in said court asalnst yon and tbe oiber
de endanta above named, that a summons la chan
cery has been Issued therein sgalnst yon directed
to ine sheriff of said county torxecuta, returnable
to the January Term. ltu, of said court, to be
be run and hohlea at the court house tn tbe city
of Hock Island In aald county on tbe first Monday
of lanuar), next, at which time and place you will
i lock Island, Illinois, November 14, )n.
WBOKiiK W. GAM KLE. Merk of saM Court.
icasox A BeasT, Complainant's Solicitors.
Jo Whom it mat Concern.
Ilotice Is hereby rtren, that at tbe December
teim. a. D lttuO. of thv connCT court of Rock l-l-anl
county, swte of Illinois, the nuderalitnod, aa
gu trdian of Mary - nn Lee. Elisa I ee. George Lee
KewrtT. Lee an" Florruce J. Leo, revldena ol
samcoun y, and minor children of William Le-,
d eased, will aoulv to said court ft leave tn .ell
Hm estate, title aud interaetof said minors in tbe
fol owing real estate situated la Una county of Fo
ot! . state of Illinois, to-wit:
1 he undivided onefourtbof the northwest quar
ict ,.i srciiou are. u, townnuip tan, iitij. north
rat e six hj east of tha-fonrth principal meridian,
extent acres a the northeast corner of said
qui .iter, ci ion. said application will be made for
the purpose of otherwise investing tbe proceeds of
iur we oi saw minors" interest in said lands.
I ock Irland, Illinois. Noveniber7lh, JtfJO.
ROBKKt'XEK Guardian as aforesaid.
ST tTR OF ILLINOIS,
Ki OK IaUND C'OttKTV.
In tbe Clre h Court. January term, 1K91.
Km ma Albrlcht ve John Al rtcht In t'hancerv.
A Hdavitof non.reeideace of the above named
def. ndant. John Al orient, having been died iu tho
cl It's office of the circuit eoort ol said county,
not ee is therefore hereby given to the said John
Albrlcht defendant, that ibe complainant Died
her bill of complaint In said com t, on ibe chancery
id thereof, on th. 2nd day of - orember liVO.
and th t : hereupon a summons Issued out of said
coa n. wnerein said tint la now fMndins; return
anlt on the lira Monday Inthe mon h of lanssrv
nexi, a is by law reqsiired Now, unless you. the
euiiii vunn AiitritTDi, ueieirasni, avove nsmeo,
shall personsllv be aud aonear before sal elrenit
court, oa the first day of the next Mm thereof, to
i-eloldeo at Rock Island in and for Ibe said coun
ty, t n the first Mondjy in January cut. and plead,
aur.-er or demur to tbe said complainant' bill or
com plaint, the same and the matters and things
i net sin charged aud stated w'll b taken aa con
fess -d, ami a decree entered against you accord
ing to the prayer of said bill.
Rk Island Illinois. Nov. tth. 1.
t.KU. W. ttAMBLK, Clerk.
M EmistA McK.bt, c'omp't 8ol.
KIT OP EEROR.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I Within snd for tha
S-Northern Grand Dlvtokm
B jeHuac cocrt. ) ot satd state.
Etror to Appellate Court of Illinois In and for
tne t-econu District.
Ann itte Uurer. Kxeeutrlx of tbe Estate of Ramuel
!. liuyer, deceased, Annette Unver. Bdward H.
Go ter aod Annette inyer nlaintiffs in ermr.
vs. John H. Wilson, Holmes flake, Oeorge M.
D. Hakes. William T. Rlaits. etephea A. Wain,
Aeiasnuer i. ttentiey, i nomas J. Kuniosoa,
Ch ules L. Walker. The Rock Island Pauer Com.
V'SJiy, PlulemooL. Mitchell, Phil Mitchell. W il
lis a U. uoat, a.lmore Mural aud Comelina
Vtiiaaxaa, Tbe said Annette Guyer exocutrtx of
the tU'i of Samuel S. Guyer, deceased, Annetia
tiuyi r, Edward II Guyer and Annette Guyer hare
sued out a writ of error from said supremo court to
revet se a juugme'-t oouunea oy aald Joha H.
Wilnu against aald Annette Guver. eieootrlx.
etc, Annette Guyer, Bdward B. Guyer and An-
new uuyer in a certain cast in wnicn Holmes
Hake s. Gcortre M. D. Bakaa. William T. Kinm.
Mepinn A, Miln, Alexander T. Bentley, Thomas
J. Htblnson.harles L. Walker. Tba Rock Island
faj-Coronary, Philemon L. Mitchell, Cornedua
i.ynu rnu siitcneit, miam H Gest and Klmore
W. I nrst are also Dartlea tn tha aald AoDellata
Conn of Illinois In and for the second district
which asm writ or error la now pending la said
Suprt me Court; and whereas, a writ of Pel re
Fsclt t has been nuly Issued herein, returnable oa
the ( -at day of the next term of aald hupreme
Court , to be bolden at Ottawa, In said slate, on the
First Tuesday in March, next, according to lsw;
and, trbertaa, also. It appears by affidavit on Hie in
the ci ark's office of said Supreme Coart that he
said 1 olmes Bakes, George U. D. Hakes, Wil'iam
T. Rl gs, Stephen A. Main. Alexander 1 . Bentley
are nc a-reldeuta of tbe stale of Illinois, and with
out th i reach ot the process ( f said Aupieme court,
oit, therefore, yon, the aaid Holmes Hakes,
Geort e U. O. Hakes, William T. Riiqra. 9'epben A.
Main. Alexander T. Bentley, the said defendants
in en or, whose aoo-residanca appears aa afore
said tire hereby notified to be and appear before
the Jo ttlrea ot aaid Huprema Court, at the next
termtf aald court to be bolden at Ottaa, In aaid
aia'e. n the First Tuesday In March next, to hear
the r-cord and proceedings brought into aaid
Supre ne Conn on return of said writ of errors and
tbe eriors assigned, if you shall aee fit, and further
to do a au receive w hat said court shall order lu this
Dafc d October 9th, A. D., 1990.
A. H. TAYLOR, Clark.
JEt TETTER'S SALE.
8TA TJC OT ILLINOIS, i
In the Clrcnlt Court In f!hin.r
John I eets, administrator cum lestamento annexe
or to e estate of Bailey uavenport,aeceased, vs.
tbe I ock Island and Milan -treet Railway Com
pany, Char lee B. Stoddard. J. F. Robinson.
tiro, Burst, Peter Fries and J. G. Masaie.
Grig nal bill.
John .eetx. admlnisttator cum testam?mo an
nexo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de
ceasid, Va. the Rock Island A Milan Street
Railway Company, Sara WUcber. John W.
otewtrt. James M. Mi nt man. Edwin o
Fras v, Levi Sharp. Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
Frederick C. A. Lienkmann. William p. Hal-
llgaa, Koaa vloodmansee, T nomas S. Silvia,
lout. V. Eckhart and John E. Downing.
Georm Downing, Sr., James Downing and
1 hot as Downing, partners etc., aa Dusralug
Hot a els hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree ol the circuit court la and for the couuty of
Hock I -land in the atata of Illinois, entered in the
above i stilled causes on the Thirtieth SOthl day
ef Bapt amber, A. D., leW, I shall on aainrday. tba
Sixth 1 1) day of December, A. D., 1st), al tbe
hour o F ten 10 o'clock la the forenoon of said
day at i he nan h door of the court house in the
city of Sock Island la aaid county of Rock Island,
sell, si ibject to tha approval of and continual lou
by aalu circuit court.) at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidden upon the terms herein
at .era) id in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of aid defendant the Ruck Island A Milan
Street I latlway Company, said railway extending
from tb s corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in aaid city of Rock laland turough and
along lues' rests aud avenues of said city to a
point at or near tha southern limits of aaid city,
and the ace over its right of way and tn part over
and alo at certain roads and bighwaye in the loan
of Sout i Rock island to and over the or dgee now
owned I y the aald city of Rock Island spanning
Rock r ver between the town of Bears aad the
tosrn of Milan, and thence over and along certain
streets iad public grounds in said town or city of
Milan t ita terminus therein and Including tha
branch "Xtendtng from tbe town of Bears afore
said to t ae bigh point on the bluffs of Rock river
known is Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company 'a right of way, real
estate, leassa, road-bed., track1, side-tracks,
awiicbe,', iron, ties, engine and station houses,
barns, motors, rolling stock, ears, kursrs, ma
chinery, tools, Implamenta aud beloaglnra and all
aaid rail say company 'a property, appliances and
apportsi Auceaof every sort, kind aud description
wuataoe mt now beLon.lng to and owned by said
defends it railway company. Including those now
In the p aseaaion or control of Frederick Bass,
beretofo a appointed receiver herein, and all each
which m y hereaft r and prior to such sale be ac
quired b ' bint, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
belong is 1 lo said street railway eomnanv now in
the band i of ssid receiver and all anch aa may
arise f rot a or grow out of the ase of aaid railway
property snd f ranehieea, or may come to sa d re
ceiver pi ior to his surrendering possession of aald
railway sad property as by aaid decree provided)
together lit ail the riishta. privileges and fran.
ehlses t- aaid defendant railway company to
maintain and operate it-raid railway and canyon
its bnsim ss, and to maintain and operate Its aald
railways w.-along, across aad through the s reels,
alleys, n da anu public grounds of ssid clij of
Jtocklsls d, said town of Milan aud aald township ,
of 4outh Rock Island, and over and along the
aald brid ea spanning Rock river, aad all other '
rtahta, p tv lieges and franchise what-oevar be
longing U or connected with tue said railway com
pany; al of aald railway, premises, property, -rights
am privileges being situs led in the county 1
of Rock i land aforesaid aaid sale being eubject
neverthel sn to all liens tor laxss is; assessing t Is,
general ot special, which may have accrued aad re
main lacr mi prior to such sale.
TERM! of SALE .-Ten thoosand fto(LM)l
dollars in sua down at the time of aaid sate, and
thsremah der upon taaaoprorai aad eooarawUoa
of encase) say said circuit court.
Dated a .Buck Island, Uiineta,;thia tfc aayef
Koyeaihel.A D.'iasO. ...
irRitniEBTnn- nana i
Bet liver and Special Maetwm Chancery.
may fXmtd SSI
. r- -i
h ll s a 1 I
IKE TBaTELEZ3 WUEE. ,
CBICaGO. fcOCK ISLAND PAtlrlO KAlL
way Depot eoroar Fifth aveaae sad Tsirtf-
first street. C. B Bkaltow. agent.
BrM sm aio-ee pas
Council Bluffs A Mlnaaae-1
ta Day Express f
Kansas City Dsy Exprass...
Washington Bx press..
Council Blnffli t Mianeao-1
ta Express... f
Council bluffs A Omaha 1
Umlted Veetipuls Ex.. f
Banana City Limited
tQolDgweat. tOoingaaat. 'Dally.
BCKUNQTON ROUTE-C I.4Q. RAIL
wayDepot First aveaaa sad Bixtteath at
M. J. Young, agent.
8U Loam Kxpmaa ,
Bi. Louis Express.........
Bt, Paul Express
tfetrdstown Passenger. ..
Way Freight (Monmouth).
Way Freight (Sterling)...
S;4 am' S:S am
T sa ' T:ls pra
10 JS am
CBICAGO. MU.WACS.EB A ST. PAUL KAIL
way Racine A Bouthwestera Division- De
pot Twentieth atraev between First aad Second
avenue. B. D. W. Holmes, agent.
Mau ana aixpreea
St. Panl Bxpr-ve
rt. as Accost modatina...
r Aeen modatkm.
ROCK IHLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot Flrsi svenas sad Twentieth street, t.
H. Rockwell. Agent,
Faat Mall Expruss
1 -SO pm
MOST DDkECT XOUTE TO THE
East and South East,z:
6 la am
8 M am
4 .35 pm
4 17 pm
ar.. Orion. .lv
It 48 m
6 IT pa
4 57 pm
IX 4 pa
11. IS am
10. 64 am
10 50 am
io no ass
X 15 am
1 a In
7 28 pm
H. Louis. Mo
. i.onisvllle .
B 15 am
a AS nm
, .' , . Rl
T .Sil am
raseenger trains arrive asd depart from Uatoa
Accommodation bain leaves Rock Island 6:45
p. as. arrives at Peoria t SO a. a Leaves Peoria
7:16 p. m. arrives al Rock Island 1 KVj a. ra.
Lv. Rock Island.
6 40 pm
j Acorn, i a'lAAci Aceom.
" Hock Island...
... e.viam isiwpmi B.45 pi
... 7 to a s; 1.45 psai 4.24 pi
... SOft am DO pm 4.10 pt
Chair car on Faat Exnreaa between Rock Island
and rcoria in both directions
B. B. SUDLOW, H. 8TOCKHOCSS.
auperlntendeat. Gen'l Tkt. Agent.
FAST Matt. TO a nc nw sna ww.a mJ
Bleaa beated Veatlbuled trains between Chi
CT. Milwaukee, St. Paul aad Minneapolis.
TRAN-CONTWtKTAL ROUTE wita Elecnie
t sjisnossa lasyeaavima v ot i tw i m imnf OV
tweD Uuteago! Oouoctl Blaffa, CMultA or
Kt Panl m..al W. EA..4A. 1 a '
' - awsaii saaav MBsa A sBaUJfc, VJaVwk.
GREAT N4TIONAL ROUTE hstweea Chicago
Kausaa City aad au Joseph, Mo..
(uo milk or road reaching all principal
Iflnte in Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota, Iowa,
Missouri. South Dakota and North Dakota-
For maps, time tables, rates of passage aad
freight, air... annlv in thai iu.,imi .tuim,
of the Chicago. Milwaukee A 8u Paul Railway, or
any rasjroaa asent any wnere ra las worm.
BOS WELL MILLER, A. V. B. CARPENTER,
Geaeral Manager Gea'l Pass. AT. Agt.
tsV'Pot Information la reference to Lands aad
Avwuavwoeu oy saa ntcago. muwauaea el
Bt. Paul Railway (Jompana, writs to B. G. Haa.
gen. Land commissioner Milwaukee Wisconsin.
(Late of Cincinnati, OhloJ
Has Permanently Located ia
" la tha past six months hs baa successfully
of the moat aevnre character.
The names of a few who hre tn Davenport and
vlelntty. who nave bean aneceaaf ally treated ar
glvon below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Mary Watson rheumatism;
MlaaLlzile Vance. Mr John Bpelker, catarrh:
-yiaaAnne Davis. Mr Wm Bankajif. acrofula; Mrs
JAW isnev, Mr F L Ms onhamer. heart disease;
Mrs F W Marshall, (11 years standing) piles;
Mr Samuel libelees, (is - piles
Mr Islah Doty ( 7 - ) plies i
Mrs May Worrit, t A Wright, Barak Muneon!
Frank Hayes, Wm McGrauahan, M M Thompson,
These are a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor haa, bnt tbey are eneugh to abow what
ran be dona by one who thoroughly andarstaada
the eanac and treatment of disease.
CaT" Loss of Manhood, Seminal Weaknosa, and
Errors of Youth, positively and r-srmnmmtlr
OTTossltlvely so ease takes that eacaot be
sured. Correepondenee accompanied by 4c ta
stamps promptly answered
Office McCnllough'e New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main, -
ALL DRDS OF .
done.' A specialty of furnishing all kinds '
k of Stoyes with Castings et eeats
A machtmt: shop
has been added where all kinds of machine
wore will be done flrst-clsaa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DQWNINQ BROS., Propts.
Wf.1. Oi CLIPjO. 0,S,
. OFFICE REMOVED TO .
Tehai Elevmtor. DAVETtPOBT, IA.
Acroua, VIA Ac
6.60 am s 10 a is
7.40 am 0.ao am
8.15 am II Ol am
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
MCOaPOKATED UNDER THE TEE STATS LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
KOCK ISLAND, ILL..
Open dally from f a. m. In I p a aad Ssterday evesdae rrasa t te e "clerk.
Five per oent interest psld on Deposits. Hcmej loaned on Personal. Col
lateral, or Real Estate Ssxmrtt
. r. RETWLDS. PVes. f C D!EslAtJI. Vlcapraa.
P. U Mhrtaelt. B F. Reynds, P. O. Omtaim. Joha Crslmara O P. Lf ada.
i. i. Reinvra, I.. Ktmoej. E W. Bars, t. M. Esford.
Jacasna A HrasT.ttoUcMnra.
tSV-Win beaia basinase July 8, im. aad anil eccapy baaklssr room srtth MitcswO A Lynda)
nnlil ae-w bank Is eomirleted.
If. C. HOPPE,
I sa UV r -'.-.JLjU.
mi WLf aaaa. II a "'-'J T '
lias opcneJ his New aod Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third a vena,
' where be would De pleased to see bis friends.
C4rAll kinds of drinks ss well aa Ala and Porter, aad the ereR knows drsak "Half sad 'alt,' t
mly place la the city whe e yoa caa get iu Roast Beef Lance awry day fran W as M.
And Dealer in Mens-Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Avenue.
Proptielor of the
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL HALL,
No. 1808 SECOND AVENTB.
Imported Cigara a specialty. For a good Sc e!ar rail al the 'Arcade.''
M. E. MURRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avsnue aod Twenty-Bret 8c, Rack Island.
A ftret-claaa stock of Groceries that will he sold at lowest Uvtcc nrkaa. A share of aahlla
patronage solicited. - --
Dealer la New aad
--Second Hand Goods
Bays, sells aad trades any artlrle. A ssmlalty aarlrsat Jesrslie.
No. 1611 Second Aveaae.
Manufacturer of all ksada of
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
Oeate Fine Shoes a apeeiaur. R pairing Aoas aeall; sad praaaptrf .
A abarc ot yoor pat remaps respsctfn'fj soUcitad.
1819 Second Arenne. Roak Island, III.
J". 3E. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ABVPACTO&KS OT CKiCKXM AID BISCTTIT.
Ask your Orocer fur them. Tbey are boat.
tarSpedalllaa; Tba Cariatr "OYtTIK" aaa the CarWy "TAjrXB.
ROCK ISLAKD. ILL.
(Bareeasor to Oalsrsalar A tpngev)
Contractor and. Builder,
Shop Third avmie, between 10th and 11th Btretii,
fFrd Koch's old slaad.)
VAU kinds of Carpenter work and repairing done. BatlsfaeUoi pa tr an teed.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 8G0 Fifih Avraue. I.OCK INLAND.
'Hear state, aear alack, the best suods at the losmat prices. A share of ealmesue sorkstas.
P. V7m HERLITSIXila
No. 22 Twentieth Street, next to Conrad 8ctuieider6 grocery. Rock Island.
for floe flUloK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Kadera tba latest at jw. Aiao repalrlag 4cm srlU arataass aaa 6lsaal:.
C. J. W. 8CDREINEK,
-Colitractor and Buildcr-
ScltcsUocis f oral. Vd oa all classes of work. Abas scat of WTlWa rataat la-sljlaiaBUis4s.so.aiUMa
' 6 la aI;n.k.iia
t'Onorrafear av usees.
u .in; hn rvni -1 r Ut
- wre-" us- I
v s(r Hi iw- j
, . -
5 a -- - '
t;nrsa iiT I
TV. a s re got It.
It wul snake your honM hsprj.
It drill not gu or svaoke.
It has large ash pas.
It hid heavy 6 led bod).
It keepa fin all Bight.
IT IS THE
Us jrraadrst producUoti ot itvoderm ti
We Invite yon to call atvl tstmiM oar
imrornss lias) ot Riverside Stoves sad Ran fee.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
j. a. BUFoma, cssiv.
f THE TAILOR,
At RECEIVED BIB
v'.i No. 1803 8-cood avenue.
Roc. Islakd, 111.
- ROCK ISLAKD. ILL.
T.. 6 n .. A frT "rJ
tim u,i, a,m,vivrufcvji xuur liivcj.
X AEICY OPTICAL CO'
IpectAc! -z r -Qlassesa
Bed Room Gets.
WCaJl aad srd oar llae.
No. 103, 103 aod 107 Rut 8rcond St.
a V a
j r 'ijf
ft ' 1
J. B. ZIMMER,
THE WKLL CiroWS
Uasjast retaroed from Europe: and would be pleased lo sos kit lia-t..!, at
liis placd of business la
Stab Block, Orrotint Habtkr Uortic
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 91 kavc bsarn rrxcived.
OfOoa ud Stop Corner Seres lacs U PL,
sad BsvnatA Arraaa, '
VAUktasWsaT Arttsale sm a araaHaKv. nsaasaa
raranti I aa eio'kcaua
House and Sign Painter.
Flret-daaaOraialac aasi rsar Haaflac.
P. O. Boi
TLE CTAZ'ZO, HOCX ISUr.3 & PACIFIC RAILWAY,
l?il!2ra7ml a 'n'vbnCDiraaj And Ttnalons Kan arul Wast of iM
Jri, Ia, JSaito. UuUns, Bock Uaand. In llMOIS-Darroport. U uxs'"",
niiKfi00 1m' lnaa. tntrast, AtuJyrxDjiaan,rl cvut.. I
fiih ' n "? n r 1 and et. Paul, m vixVj;mA--t-rui
CTMa laansrcUbear. Korl ;ksm, ln tba 1.-D1AH T Ka. iVo BT ncl tvlr-r-i
PS Qema CUdwaU. P.Voaitzx. aod Don?) Cltf. aod f-muu t t
nT Caarn bstwsen Chtcasro, Wlcliit. atid UutcAinaoo. Travasraava raw .. iJ
of rlch raaminar acd arractosr bads, aflordirxr U t"
JnrxrniTiiunjaaUOTj to aU towns and ctusa smms and srat, ouu '
aod sou ub ar east ot Ctuearo, aod f avctac aod traasocaauuo tSsaaporta.
MACNIFICCriT VC3TICULE EXPRESS TRAIN?.
Lsaalnc all competltora In apismdor of rxjaiprormf , col. vsll snt;lex.. t- J
v?u SUJ- orovit'ii CosscDesa, lXaaaa rla r-s, rhci K.x.i- -W
i'.fi,Jr',cr. ard ssuit of Miaavoun laivrl PunncCars Pa 'v bMo-at'L..-. . .
.,"'' CouijcU biuUa. aud Onus, snu Frsa bsartminsT Chaur
r'S. "iaua, ts'o sod bwsn fiicaao aad CotarWo i-j-ir.a. ix uv -r,
ad Puabio, rl ot. Jossana, or Kisses Jrr aad 7oplta. t-r-stMiil P ,u.
, . " rrurrUafaitMr tssvals ats asuonabis boursi vatr.-t A UiskouiI l..v...
CsUlfamla fcacuraiotia cUulr. wrtn CUOiCB OF AOOriES to sand lir S t
0lsp. forUmoA. Los nralaa, svod Ban Pratw-aaoo. 7t Dli-i -T
UfcB to aod n-ora hts's faak. Uaaitou, CarvtssD of tea Uoda, IA taaaiuvrt
Wans, aal boanio Urapfl extra ef Cosuradw.
VIA Tt!3 ALCrST LSA ROUTE.
sWI4r sTvwtM Wrv Isata Cbt"sssa tusd annnaapolis atvd . Paul.
WsAT. w.u t IssscllBUna Chair CeaTS r jkavsa so aad froto I bnsss txxt'ts vi
asnsas O. hroxirl lsUr tas- auxl EiMrrass- bsnwsMan rvona, tl-aA Is'a,
Mat btoac W , rm fcocA UlavDd. Iba Kavoritsj Lit to flpiatDaa, Waif
own. bsavsi k . Us, sod ttas rsiannsr Baaorw aaa bu&uiaar od tMbiug
fafOMnels H I vo asnliviA -
. T C - T I f I VIA f vXBfJA ASD K AKKAXK frsrs rsy-iliOaaj to
- ssa a ( . . -naau, laatsanskooita, LsOa. -vus, sxasl Council JsJullsV, 8.
sss- -A. tam, a--.sroru, a ansae Ciir. Miniatarn a. asad fct. j-m--
rl ' rowlanas, or
oarpets. liurtams. Etc
ARFs NOW COMPLCTK.
DAVIS & CO,
A oasafar m,k
Pip'. Drass Goods, l';.Vi! c
IIof, Fir" Uriel, Kir
fuse Arsww fnr
DEAN STEAM PUMPS 3rd
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We fwassjSBHSa SSI If sr. ,asVe. at a M r .
Tssreiif day tnat. so rsptMiw i
Pafety Heattas; DnlVra and f...-i-,-.
foraUhiax , latit ( Hai.v. .
ILsrh I.lan.l I .
Tiissk"' Has. Beeiese j ' i-
. COMPIaKTE IN ALL
For Calaltsr-jts. AdJrcsM
7. C. DUNCAN.
: : Rock Island
ajse PsarU Asa. bmsL tJ st mmi VS. S:a.
Tal GCOCKATST Of TaTX OCT a T IT. tTH-L ctTAm
isroKXATio' raojc a rrcor cr rms ttxr cr
stsiatred Ir-snnaaooe aatauta ta saB 'itcSaS
I eaat a Aw
is. - .
'I nd IS aa
' or saaa i.. .
r --"CWIi-La. c-n r Iw