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THI1 ROCK ISLAND AXIQUB. .SATURDAY, DECEMBER G, 1890.
in'cial December Mcetinir A; D.
second day Pec 8, continued.
Th moiioo ut SuperTlaorCrelie offered
Jrslerday, In rt'lation to the appointment
of a steward of Ibe poor farm waa with',
drawn by the consent of the board.
SuperTim'r Heeih moved that the salars
of the steward of the poor farm be fixed
at 9 1.800 per year end that pay bit
own help. Supervisor Hanna moved
aa ameodratot Ibsl said salary be fixed at
$1,700 per year. Tbe yeas and nays be
ing called resulted as follows: Yeas
Barrall, Dailey, Fi.rd, Forsyth, afcnaa.
MoDttrorner. Spickler 7; nays Super
visors Broaner, Carey, Crallo, Elliott,
Hassan, Heatb, Hofer. Kerr, Ltmoot,
Ludolpb, Jfaylor, Pearsall, Wilson and
Woodburn 14. Amendment lost. Su
pervisor Dailey moved aa an amendment
tbat said salary be fixed at 11,400 per
year. Tbe yeas and nays befog called re
Miltedaafollows: Ayes Bnrrsil. Dailey,
Fors)tb, liana, Ltmont, Ludolpb,
MoDtyotnery, Bpicklvr and Woorlburn
0; naya Browner. Carey, Cralle, El
liott, Ford, Hasson. Heath, Hofer, Kerr,
Najlor. Pearsall and Wilson 13.
Amendment )ost. Tbe yeas and nays
were tben called on tbe original motion
andresultsd as follows: Yeas Browner,
Carey, Cralle, Dailey. Elliott, Hssson,
Heatb. Hofer. Kt-, Ludolpb, Nay lor.
Pearsall and Womlhurn 13; nays Bur
rail, Ford, Forsytb, Hanna. Limont,
Montgomery, Stickler aud Wilson 8.
Carried. Supervisor Bnrrall moved tbat
the board proceed to au Informal ballot
for steward of the poor farm. Lost.
Tnerefore the board proceeded to a for
mal ballot for steward of 'be poor farm
which resulted as follows: W. H. H.
Dow received 10 votea, A Timberlake
received 3 voir, Cyru Valentine ro
ceived 1 vote ami John A. Wilson re
ceived 3 voles W. H. H. Dow having
received a majority of all the votes cast
was thereupon declared elected steward
of tbe poor farm for the ensuing year.
Supervisor Burrall moved that the
sum of $50 he appropriated to Geo. K
Hoover on account of the Condlin and
8bean children in accordance with the
original action of the board In said mat
ter. The yeas aid ntiva being called,
resulted as follows: Yeas. Brow oer,
Bnrrall, Dailey. Elliott, Forxyth, Hanns,
Hasfon, llia'b. Hoover, Kerr, Lamont,
Ludnlnh, Montgomery, Nylor, Pears)!
SpUkler, WiaoD, and Woo.1 urn, 18;
Nays, Car. y. Cralle. and Ford. :J Crri-d.
Supervisor Cralle moved that Geo K.
Hoover he allowed 25 each for finding
bornes for the two Xyquixt children
Tbe yeas and nys being called resulted
as follows: Yeas, Browner, BurraK,
t'arey, Cralir, Diiley. Elliott. Foray'h.
Ilanoa, II4on. Heath, Hoover, Kerr,
Lamoot, Lidolplt, Naylor. Pearso 1
Stickler. Wilson and Wonrlburn, 19
Nats: Ford and Mi'nigomery, 8. Carried
Tbe committee on fees and stlaries
submitted the folio-ting report:
KTATE tP ILLINOIS, i
Kil l lLAXt CoCXTT I
Mr. Chairman and Utulkmrn of the Board of
Vniir lontitilit'e on fee an J ealartt.' cUlm.
would re ort that they have vxal'lircU al) claliita
preM-n'ril befr llino, and rrcottum d the tav
B'lil of the following, "ml that te clerk be til
rti't'd lolt'tivordera for tlia aavural aiauuota lo
the iMvrreiUatiatt., -owM :
T Silvia ... $ TKt ID amma Tunnel MOO
LocNn Atlanta.. SIM !:t It A Donaldson 3.4 '
a K TfKaioMn. 1 10 lai J W CavunauKh Ho 00
H E CxtHr-l
10" ( Thim J Murphy
vS "i David llawtt ,
67 6nrie Looir...
5 00 3 A JohrwiD ..
1 Ml LouleOhlwetler
H to V II Mxun ...
la 7 Jos-pa Hiijrutt.
! 75 U (i Oral;
J" K5 HC WtTill
W H JorJau ..
i MuUU li. ..
Hbll Ip Wilier .
IV Keshan.. .
u L KyKb-r ...
J C Plummcr. .
i. m arna
We have rrtBllned bill of J ft Sontkmr.ll anil
Ind aanie cotiKt, and fvcotometid ttiat the clerk
certiry tut aain to toe atate auditor.
1.. Alsirt H'irsa,
lino. B. Bnowitaa,
Supervisor Cralle moved to adopt the
Hupervisor Montgomery moved aft an
amendment to strike out all witness fees
and justice and constable's costs from
said report. Amendment lost. Tin
original motion was tben voted upon and
carried and the report adopted aspres n
ted. Hupervisor Kerr moved tbat tbe
icwara oi me poor larm and tbe poor
farm committee be authorized t contract
with Geo. K. Hoover for finding homes
for children at an expenditure of not to
exceed twenty five dollars for each cL lid
as pel proposition of Mr. Hoover. On
motion of Supervisor Montgomery the
matter was laid upon the table. Board
adjourned until tomorrow morning at 9
THE NEW KITE TRACK.
4 Dearrlntlnn or the I'lr.t One of Theae
Triteka Built In lt baat.
Independence, la.; Kankakee, Ills.,
and White River Jnnctioa, Vt., are as
yet the only place where tracks of the
shape shown in the cut exist, tliongh
there will 1 a nurubor coi,8trncted an
Ptber season. Tho cut is taken from The
Horse Breeder, and the large loop of the
S represents the track, the judges' stand
being on one siile and tho grand stand
on the other. The small loop is for
scoring aud finishing. A straightaway
course for about a third of a mile, then
a turn very gradual in its enrve and of
about a third of a mile, then a stretch of
another third home. nrre they goaway
on about a level, rise a trifle, we should
say, on the turn, and after leaving the
turn descend a grade of alxmt ten or
twelve inches, giving n very fast home
stretch. There is this ulmnt the kite" track,
continues tho authority nnotcd. A per
son watching the progress of a heat is
practically in ignorance as to the posi
tion of the contestants at the quarter
and afu r they tnrn into the stretch un
til within the distance fluff. Even then
it is hard to tell a leading horse trhen the
rate is close. They aro safer, however,
can be trotted f.inttT and are adaptable
where in many places the regulation
track could not m built For instance,
in the state of Vermont there is not an
other mile track, and with her hilly sur-
"KITE" TRACK AT WniTK RIVKR JCNCTIOS.
face it is extremely difiicult to find a
central location on which to construct a
full length oval track.
The ' late- truck here depicted is the
one opened at White River Junction in
September, on tho occasion of the Ver
mont state fair.
Wintering llitea In Ollmra.
B. Benjamin, of Queens county, N. Y.,
writing in The New York World, says:
W'hile many Rucceixful bee keepers
winter their liees on summer stands, I
think the majority of northern apiarists
favor wintering in cellars. Dry fine air
and a proper and uniform temperature
are the two prime exxeutials in success
ful wintering: these, in mv opiuion, can
not be st, perfectly controlled out of
doors as in some suitable place indoors.
To insnre dry air the cellar must be a
well dr:iin,Ml one, with bottom cemented
aud walls pliwturvd to prevent moisture
from ptixxin through. Next it must be
warm enough to prevent freezing, and
provided with suflicient ventilation to
admit of the ercajof the heat and gases
RenerafaHl by the been. The toraierature
most to be desired is 45 degs. Fahren
heit A portion of the cellar ought to
to act asido especially for the bees.
When presentable I would mass them in
a solid body in the center of the room,
never close to the ends. Let the hives
rest a foot or more from the" bottom of
the cellar and upon each other, being
careful to break joints and get the weak
est colonies on top. , ,
This work should be delayed until the
autumn is sufficiently advance chiZl
the bees a little, fco they will not be too
of waiting for cold weather. When all
are nicely piled up exclude all light.
Newman advises entering the bee de
partment every fortnight with a dark
lantern to see that all goes welL If the
thermometer indicates above 43 degs,
admit cold . air: if below 40 degs.,
which onght not to occur, partly close
the ventilator to bring the mercury tip
to the desired temperatnre. Messrs. New
man and Cook agree that each colony
should begin the winter with thirty
pounds of good honey. I have never
weighed mine, but believe it would be a
good plan. Some beekeepers resort to
small stoves to keep their cellars warm
enongh, others depend on the warmth
from a fire in a room above the cellar,
while others nsram connect it by a shaft
or pipe with the stove above. By this
latter plan tbe cellar is ventilated with
warmuir. ' "
Money tit THicka.
A New York correspondent writing
in an exchange Bays: I like ducks bet
ter than any other class of poultry. I
prefer them to turkeys, as it is much
easier to rear and fatten ducklings than
the young turkey chicks. The farm yard
duck is, I have been told, a descendant
of the mallard or wild duck. My choice
is the Pekin duck. For a breeding pen
I keep five ducks to .two drakes. I think
to gain success a pond is essential.
ThE WHEAT STEM MAGGOT.
Remedies Snfftfested for Tnla peat Which
Also Apply to the Hesalaa Fly.
In common parlance the two great
enemies of the wlieat crop are "the fly"
and the "weevil." As each one of these
terms may include tew or twenty differ-
ADLT.T MAOOOT. LARVA AND EOQ.
ent varieties of insects, the "fly" of one
locality lmg the "weevil" of another, it
is little wonder that farmers get very
much mixed and confused in attempting
to identity the exact cause of their dis
aster. The Hessian fly is the one most
talked about, but it does not do all the
harm it gets credit for. Numbered with
different flies that affect wheat, but to a
less degree and in a different manner, is
the wheat stem mag-rot. Following are
statMiieuts made, with illustrations, by
Profexsor F. M. Webster, of the Pardue
university, to the Indiana state board of
agriculture, on the wheat stem maggot:
The eggs of the wheat stem maggot
are deposited on the young wheat plants
in the fall, and the maggots destroy the
tender stem by cutting off the central
portion just above the bulb. The larvue
pass the winter in the plant, pupating in
spring, and emerging as adults two
weeks later or during the latter part of
May. These adults soon afterward de
posit eggs upon the plants, the larvra
from them working in the straw just
above the upper joint, thereby causing
the upper portion of the stem, including
the head, to wither and dry np just prior
to harvest. This brood of larvss pass
through tbe same transformations aa
their progenitors, the adult flies emerg
ing this time during July, and it has
heretofore been supposed that it was
these Hies that deposited their eggs on the
young grain in the field. . This supposi
tion Professor Webster pronounces in-
MAUUOT is WHEAT.
correct, and says there is an intervening
brood which originates largely at least
in volunteer wheat.- This he considers
matter of importance to the wheat grow
er, for if these insects do originate in
volunteer wheat, the plan presents itself
or sowing a small strip somewhere on
the farm and letting them deposit their
eggs therein, plowing it up before the
The same measure will apply equally
well to both the Hessian fly and the
wheat stem maggot, and if these two
pests can be induced to deposit their
eggs just when the farmer wishes them
to, he certainly can afford to furnish
them some inducement, and with a good
plow and a few hours time place these
eggs where they will cause him no more
. In the first cut are illustrated A. the
adult wheat stem maggot much en
larged. In the same cut are shown,
greatly enlarged, C, egg of the same; D.
larva? or maggot of same, and , pupari
um of the same. In the second cut are
shown the position of the maggot in full
grown straw; A, the effect of the maggot
on young wheat; also location of the
same in young wheat at B.
If Yonr House is on rtre
You put water on tbe burning timbers,
not on tbe smoke. And if you have
catarrh you should attack tbe disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove the
in-pure cause, and tbe local effect sub
sides. To do this, take Hood's Sareaoa
rilla, tbe grett blood purifier, which radi
cally and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strengthens tbe nerves. Be sure to
get only Hood's Barsaparilla.
1100 Howard tlOO.
The readers of the Argus will be pleased
to learn tbat there la at lean one dreaded
disease that science Lu been able to cure
In all itfl Stapes, and that la catarrh
Hall's Catarrh Cure is' the only positive
cure now known to tbe medical fraternity
Catarrh bein? a constitutional d MlU FA
quire constitutional treatment. Hall's
rv. t I a . i
voiwm vurc tm uken luieraauy, acting
directlv uoon tbe blood and fniMniia an r.
faces of the system, thereby destroying
me lounuauon oi tne aisease, ana giving
tbe patient strength by building up tbe
constitution and assisting nature in doing
its work. Tbe proprietors have so much
faith in its curative "powers, that tbey
offer one hundred dollars for anv case
that it falls to cure. Bend for list of tes
timonials. ' Address, -
P. J. Cbekhet & Co., Toledo, O.
Bold by druggists, 75c.
Bard coal Harkat.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
pr ton discount for cash. - Indiana black
4. 50 and Cannel coal $0 per ton delivered.
cartage added on aU orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
. E. O. FfiAZEB.
An exchange sava: "Trv a aim. hath
for rheumatism," but we would advise you
to buv a bottle of Salvation Oil If VAn
would be cured.
- - - , aw iaw.
stakes collections, loans monev and win
AttAnH 1 1 i . . .
- - an; ngoi uuainesa intrusted to
ulm- Office, postofflce block. Rock Isl
and, Ills. da&wlv
It it danSjTOUS ta neirlert atarri fnl
It leads to bronchitis and consumption.
Hood's Barsaparilla cures catarrh ta air
lorma. . .
should be display! in buying mitt
else above all tkinga. " In selecting ft
rsBcdy for any disease, yon should bo
positive that it cob tains nothing Inju
rious to the health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient tm s '
much worse condition, than befora
taking them.: "-
to purely vegetable, and "perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take it with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it never fails to cure tho dla
eases it is recommended for.
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Spedfio Cow, Atlanta, Q
ASK YOTJR OROCSR FOR IT.
Cbaapoat and beat place In (he paper for
Wnta "leal," "Bale" and "Rent" oottres.
Only one-hair cent a word. Everybody reads tbia
twiiian. l ry ii.
A TOUNi MAN WANTS TO UKT A PLACE
A to do cbor-a for his board this winter.
ON BY LOANED ON FCRMTURE at W14
Second avenue J.W.JUNES.
pOR SALB-A KINK LTOf SURUICAL IS-
j. Birriiuema, ito a mil eei oi coal miner a toots
at J. W Junea' second band store, MM Secotd
QKCOND-HAND FURNITURE, bont-ht. sold
C?or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
atored at Southeast corner Perry and Third SUk,
J. M. BEAhD3LET,
TTORXKT AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken.
ri. wormy, 17a Second Avenue. .
JAl'KSON Ik HLKST,
l TTORNEY8 AT LAW. Office tn Rock Island
LMaxionai Hank Building, Kock Ialand. IU.
B.D. SWIIMIT. CLViUIa,
SWEENEY A WALKER,
i TTORNET8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
4iumce la Bengsbnvs block. Kock Ialand, III.
McEMBT k Mt EMEi,
i TTORNET AT LAW Loan money on rood
a accaniy,niaa:eooiiecrione, atererence, MttcA'
II at Lynde. hankera. Office la PosuStoa block
M IbCE LL A ?' EOUSL
THE DAILY ARUCS.
FOR SALE EVERT EVXNtNIa at Crampton
Newa SUad. Five cenu per copy.
DRSa RUTHERFORD A BUTLER,
rv colleee. Velerearv PlmiaiKiiBt inn SnrtrAAnta.
Officii TinUtUl B Livery stable; Beidrac: Orr
aaSa.OI jT, VUUUi KJIUani.
WM. 0. KULP, D, D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Room SO, f7, 28 and S9,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
i tun ur
, $200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of the loan.
Interest 1 per cent semi snoaalry, collected sad
u i.nn. mivm 1W UHqja,
E. W. HURST,
ATTOIUrKY AT IsAW
Rooms t and 4 Maeonlc Temple,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL
HORST VON KCECKRJTZ, Pbannacait
PaasoarrneRs a Spcotaxrr.
Fourth Are. and Twenty-Third St.
After SS years experience lo teaching Isatrw
tneoul Muaic, I will promise you more theory with
leas lesson for the least money of any teacher la
under our supervision, atven each Juvenile pupil.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of us. One-third off of marked price on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooma, MU1 Second avenue.
Hock laiand. ....... ,
We make a specialty of teaching Inexperienced
teachers how to teach.
Addreaa me al 14U6 Brady St., Darvennort, la. :
MR. C. A. SEBEEXB. 1
f o Whom it mat Coircxpr.
Notice I hereby given, that at the December
term, A. D 1SW, of the county conn of Rock Isl
and county, state of Illinois, the undersigned, as
guardian of Mary 4rm Lee, Elica I ee, George Lee.
Robert T. Lee and Florence J. Lee, retdden,a of
aaid county, and minor children of William Le,
deceased, will apnly to aaid conn for leave to sell
the eaute, title and interest of said minors in tbe
following real estate al coated ha the county of Pe
oria, state of Illinois, to-wlt:
The undivided one -fourth of the northwest quar
ter of section five. 6J, town.hip ten. 111), north
range six 6J east of tbe fourth principal meridian,
except SS acres In the northeast corner of said
luarter aectlon.aaid application will he made for
the purpose of otherwise investing the proceeds of
Ihe aale of said minors' interest In said lands.
Kock Island, Iliinoia, November Tth, IBSU.
JtOBEKTLEK Guardian aa aforesaid.
R. R. TICKET
- MembeT Amertcsa Ticket Brokera' Assta) '
Hkdtjoxs Haxzs to aix Porxn.
- OFFICE -la Adams Express Qfllna nailai
rv,.:". r a a fit ".
Estate of Oeorsef. gtegUr, deesastd.
Tl S nnrlerstraed havim beea aenointed adBta.
Istnlor of the estate of George J. 2let(ler,lal
ml H county ef Rock Ialand. state of Illinote. de
cent ad, hereby gtvca notice that be will appear
befc re the county court of Kock Island county, at
tfeax fflce of she clerk of said coon, In the citv of
Roe t Island, at the February term, on the tret
Mot day in February next, at which SUM all
pert una having claims against said aetata are no
tifle 1 and requested to attend for the purpose of
bar air the sbsm ad justed. AU persons Indebted
oat fcleetate are requested to eaeks laaaaadmto
nayaentto the end watered. - -
tied this Snd day ef December. A . T. 1 W.
- FRANK H. ZISOLER, Admlnls' rater.
tstate of Henry C. Whitrldge. deceased.
Tl a anderaiened, having been appointed ex
rai rix of the laet will and tenement of Hanrv C.
Wh trittje, late of the county of Rock Ialand, state
of II llnoia, deceased, hereby Klves notice that be
will appear before the county court of Rock Ial
and county, at the office of the clerk of said
com t, ia tbeetty of Mock Ialand, at the January
ten u on the First Monday In deanery next, at
whi m time all persons having clalma against
said estate are notified and requeeted to at
em i. for the pni'poee of having the name adjnsv
ed. AH persons Indebted to said estate are ra
tio ted to make immediate payment to th om
IJ-dhls !th day of November, A. D. IW
OHARLOTTE A. WUITRllMiK. Executrix.
STATE OF 11UNOIS, I,.
R m ISLaSDOoDMTT. I
To the January Term A . 1891, ClrcottOourt,
of said County, In Chancery.
Joei ph McRcyooida complainant, vs. Hogti We.
K ynoiaa, Larrie mciteyiKJiaa, sioees 1 wens
B moo R. We'hv, Mark Asbdowa, Orlo W.
B e karri son, Eugene A Lancaster, John C. Car
re L Abraham rtrauee, Hugo Goodman, Mmoa
t asdorf and Edwin Rose, defendants Fore
Tothe above named defendants. OrioW. Rich-
ardtonand Eocene A. Lancaater. Notice Is barn-
ny riven that the above entul-d caoae is now
pen ting rn aald conrt acainat you and tbe other
deft ndanta above named, tbat a summons la chan
cer; baa been laaued therein against you directed
to t! Iberia of Mid county to execute, returnable
to t tc January Term, leal, of aald court, to be
beg m snd holden st the court bone in the city
of r ock Island In said county on the flrt Monday
of I tnoar), next, at which lime and place yoa a II I
a kk island. Illinois, November 14, into.
SBOKUE W. MAMHLE. clerk of said Court,
1. CKsoir A IIcaaT, Coniplalnant'a l-o.icitir.
STi.TE OF ILLINOIS, I
KCCk leiANDUOUMTI. I
Ia the Circuit Coon. Jannarv term. 1991 .
Km na Albricht vs John Al' richi In Chancery.
A lluavit of non-reaidence of the above named
defendant. John Albrkbt, having been Sled ia the
clerk's office of the circuit coon ot aatd county,
not' ce Is therefore hereby given to the said John
Airinrni oetenaant, in tne complainant Blea
her hill of complaint In said coat t, on tbe chancery
aide thereof, on th fcaid dar of ovember lNSik.
and th-1 ihereupon aanmmona laaued out of ajd
court, wherein aald anil la now pending relom-
aos- on me srst xonsav in the moa h of January
nex t, aa ia by law required Now, utiles a yoa, the
salt John A I Orient, defendant, above named,
ha I personally aaj appear before aal circuit
coat, on tbe drat day of ihe next term thereof, to
I e homes at Rock Ialand in snd for the said coun
ty, on the drat Monday In January next, and plead,
ant ver or demur to the aaid comitUinant'a bill of
coe plaint, the aame and the matters and thinga
tan; emcnargea ana ataten wn ne taxenaa con-
reated, ana a decree entered fgalnat you accord
lng to the prayer of aaid bill.
Bacxiaiatta iinnote. xov. S4tn. mu,
liKO W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
KcKmnvat Mt Ew KV.t.omp'tSol
yjfRIT OP BEEOR.
STy,TB OF ILLINOIS, I Whhla and for the
V North, rn Grand Dlvtalon
f crpaxas toCRT. of said Wale.
E rror to AnMlate Court of lllinola In and for
tbe Second blatrirt.
Amietta Guver, Kxeentrlx of the Estate of Pamuei
a Ouyer, deceased. Annette Gayer. Kdward II.
Gayer and ArmeUe Gayer plalntils ta error,
Ink. U UI1I..U, VI ..I II - k. . M
U Hakes. William T. Rtges, Stephen A. Main
Alexander T. oeolley, momaa J. Kobtnaoa.
C larlea L. Walker. The Rock Ialand Pauer Com'
p y, Philemon L. Mitchell. Phil Mitchell, Wil
li ua H. Ucat, Elmore Hum and Oorucnae
L 'ade, -
a aanaas. The said Annette Ouyer executrix of
tbe estate of Samuel S. Gayer, deceased, Annette
Ouyer, Edward H. Ouyer and Annette Gayer have
sue i out a writ or error rrom a&io enpreiue court to
rcv'Tee a Judgmet obtained by aaid John H.
Wilton against said Annette Guer, executrix,
etc , Annene Goyer, Edward H. Guyer and Aa
net s Guyer tn a certain cast In which Holmes
Bai ea, Georra M. O. Hakea. William T. Riggs.
Ste tben A. Mtla, Alexander T. Benlley, Tbomaa
J. I ohlnaoe, Charles L. Walker. Tbe Rock lalaod
Pa er Compary , Philemon L. Mitchell, Corneiloa
Lyi tie, Phil Mitchell. William H.Gast and Elmore
W. Marat ere alao parties ta the aald Appellate
Co n of Illinois In and for the second district
wbi ch aald writ of error ia now pending In aald
Sui reme Court; and whereas, a writ of Hrlra
Fat lea haa been only leaned herein, returnable on
the drat day of the next term of said bupreme
Co; rt, to he holden at Ottawa, ia aald atate, on the
Fir Taeaday In March, next, according te law;
and, whereas, also, it appears by affidavit on lie la
tbe elerk'aomee of aaid Supreme Gout that ha
salt Holmee Bakes, George M. D. Hakea, William
T. 1 Ugga. Stephen A. Main, Alexander T. bent ley
are aoutwidenta of tbe state ot lllinola. and with
out the reach of tbe proeese cf aaid Supreme court.
n ow, therefore, you, the aaid Holmes Hakes,
OerigeM. D. Hakes, WIliwmT. Rlgga. Stephen A.
Ma a, Alexander T. Benlley, tne aald defendants
In iirror, whore non-vealdence appears aa afore
saliL are hereby notified to be and anoear before
the Jurtirea ot said Supreme Court, at the next
tens of said conrt to be holden at Ottawa, la said
sias.ontheFlrstTuesday ia March next, to hear
the record and nraceedings brought Into aald
Sat reme Cou rt on return of aald writ of errors and
tbe errors assigned, if yon shall sea at, snd further
to do and receive what said court shall order la Ibla
li aled October tSih, A. D.,1890.
A. H. TAYLOR, Clerk.
JjECiTIVXE's 8 ALB.
8 TATE OF ILLINOIS,
In the drcnlt Court In Chancerv.
Jot a Paeta, admtntetratoreum teatamento annexo
o the estate of Hal ley Davenport,tleceaaed, vs.
tl'S aock Inland and Milan -treel Railway Oaxf
V my. Charles H. Moddard. I. F. Kubineon.
. klmure Hurst, Peter Fries and J. O. Maeaie.
Jot a Peeta. adminiettator cum teatamento aa
a -xo of the estate of Bailer Imvennort. de-
C aed, vs. tbe Rock laiand e Milan Street
railway torn pan y, axra wncher, John W.
8 ewart. James al. M nte merv. fidarln tl
t razer. Levi Sharp Frederick Weyerbaeuaer,
Frederick O. A. Denkmaan, William p. Hal
11 (an, Koes Woodaaanaee, Thomas 6. Silvia,
1 aula V. Eckhart and John . Downing.
C-eorge Downing, Sr James Downing and
1 homas Downing, partners euu, as Downing
otlce Is hereby gtven that bv virtue of a de
cree of the circuit court in and for the county of
Rot k Island In the stale of Illinois, entered in the
abc ve entitled can aee on the Thirtieth SOih day
of teptember, A.D., UNO, I abau on Saturday, the
Six h IS day of December, A. D., 18SU, at the
bm r of tea 101 o'clock la the forenoon of aaid
da at toe north door of Ihe court hones In the
cit; of Mock Island ia aald county of Rock laiand,
sell, subject to tbe approval of and eonflrmaitoa
by said circuit court. at public auction to the
his Met bidder or bidders unon the terma bareln-
af and tneald decree mentioned, ail she rail-
wav of raid defendant the Rock Ialand A Milan
StraH Railway Company, aald railway extending
fro a tho comer of Seventeenth street and First
avc sue la said dry of Kock laiand taroagh and
akj tg the ,reeta and avenues of said cit to a
pol it at or near the southern limits of said city,
anc thence over its rignt of way and in part ovet
anc a Inn certain roads and highways la the Iowa
of lnth Rock laiand to and over tbe Or dges now
owt wd by the said city ot Rock island spannlnc
Rot k river between the town of Sears ana the
low a of Milan, and thence over and along certain
stnets and public grounds tn said town or city of
Mil an to its terminus therein and including the
bra neb. extending from tbe fa wn of Seara afore
said to tbe high point on the bluffs of Kock river
kne arn as Black Hawk'a Watch Tower, together
wit a ail said railway company's right of way, real
estiite, leasoa, road-bed, track, aide-tracks,
swi tchea, iron, ties, engine and ststioa honaea,
barm, motora, rolling awek. can, aoraea, ma
chi tery, too, a. Implements and beMmgtute and ail
aak i railway company 'a property, appihvnoae and
appsrtenanceaof every sort, kind and descriptioa
win itaoever now beionirtng to and owned by ssid
del -ndant railway corfiparty. Including tboae now
In t ie poeaeaaioa or control f Frederick Haas,
her itorare apkotntad receiver herein, and ail such
whi eh may hereafter and prior to such sale be ac
qui d by him, iexcefAugnevariheieassll moneys
bale .aging to said street railway company now lu
the hands of aaid receiver and all such as may
arias from or grow out of tho use of aaid i all way
pro jerry and f raaehlaea. or may come to aa d re
cel' er prior to hla aarreadsnng poesetaioa of ssid
rail ay and property aa by said decree nrovlded
togi titer with all the rights, privileges aad traa
chuaa of aald defendant railway company to
mal Main and operate tta eald railway and carry on
lu I uslnaea, ana to mslnTaiB and operate Ita eald
rslh ray over, aJeng, across and through the s reels,
site rS, roads ana puuiic grounds of said city of
Rot k ialand. aald town of Milan and said township
of t ontu Hock Island, and over and along the
aaiH bridges spanning Rock river, and all other
ngt av privilev s and f ranch laet what-oeer be
lon mg to or connected with the eald railway corn
pan r; all. of eald railway, premises, property,
rigS es and privileges being situated in tbs county
of fi ock bland aforesaid said aale being subject
aevtrtheless to all liens lor taxes or aasesamei its,
gem Tai or apeclal, which mav have accraed and re
mal t thereon prior to saeh sale.
T.:RMS OF SALE. Ten thousand MO.COO
doll in In casq down at the time of said sale, and
theicmalnder upon the approval and confirmation
of at ch aale by aald circuit conrt.
Dj ted at hock Ialand, Illinois, this 6th day of
Sov anber, A J..1J.
FREDERICS BASS, "
Receiver and Special M aster la Chancery.
Tl s aale mentioned in the above and foregoing
not! is hereby postponed to take place on Tues
day Jle Sixth day of January, A. D. last, at the
hotu of tea o'clock in the forenoon of said day at
the place and oa the terms meLUoned la the
ahot s and foregoing notice.
Dt ted at Bock Island. Illinois, this Sixth day
of I ec ember, A . D. 1890,
? FRK RABS.
-I P.aceiver aad Special Master ia Chancery.
IL OAS? AUD,-;
4 1 '.
U smry Mnndhrg, Pavamomt, laws. Call for
til mtatad aee won berate coUic U Chacaaw
Wi r I
J S' aj-
TKS TRAYTLEZy HUISZ.
way Denot eornce Fifth avenue and Thirty
lft street. O. U. Bkeltow. scent.
Council Blafla A Miaacaw-1
ta Day Bzprea f
Kanaaa City Day Ezpreea. ..
Warhingtoa Ezreea .....
Council Blufls 4t Minnaso I
ta Ezpraae. I
Council Blnfis ak Omaha I
Limited V wtrtttire Ex.. f
Kanaaa city iulralted
4:50 ami nflsa
B-SB am 10 e ma
BURLINGTON ROUTE- C, B. ak tj. RAIL
way Depot Vint avenue and Sixteen Ik St.,
X J. Yooeg, as-etrt.
BL Louie Klprcss.
eU. Loaia Bxpreaa. ........
H. Paul Exprees
Heardatowm Paeeenger. ..
Way Preuht (Moamonth).
S fa) pra
19 48 tan
10 J am
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PACL RAIL
way Racine Sootkwestera Din Moo IVa
pot Twentieth street, hetweea First aad Bocoad
svenae, E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Laava. Atnuva.
MaU and axpreea.... T:4ll aa TMpm
St. Paul Ezpreea., :ltpm II aa
. Acooanmodatlna tSpw I0:1t)am
ft av Accotrmodatton T:Bis :ISpm
ROCK IHLAND A PBOKIA RAILWAY DE
pot First aveone aad Twsntleth street. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. - Lsat. Aaatvu.
Fast MaU Kxproas t:lt amit3o pm
Bxpreaa t:tOsm I 80 pm
Cable Accommodation :10 am tM pm
" 4.-08 pm SW ass
MOST DIRECT HO DTE TO TBI
East and South EasL
I SO pm
8 48 pm
4 SS pm
5 58 pm
4 .57 pm
I no am
8 57 pm
4 3S pm
8 tA an.
iv K Isl'd ar
nr. .Orion. .lv
10 7 am
11. IS am
10 .54 am
10 ott am
11. MS am
St. Lottie, Mo
I V pm
' 90 i
paaaenger tralna arrlTa and depart from L a loci
Accommodation iram loavea kock latana s:so
p. m. arrives at Feurit 8 8 a. m Leaves Peoria
7:15 p. m. sirlves at Work lalaod I KB a m.
t SU an
It 00 am
5 40 pm
Lv. Rock I'land. ..
Ac -om. ' 4'lA&c
7.10 awi 145 pen
6 30 pas
Lt. fable ,
" ttocfc laiand.
Chair ear oa Fast Express hetwcoa Rock laiand
and Peoria la both dtreetlona
B. B. 8LOIAW, a. STOCKHOUSE,
Superiiitendent. Gea'l The Agent.
FAST IML TRAIN wtU Eleotrle Ilghlcd and
B,0 heated VesUkaled trains bslweea Ctt
cago, Milwaukee, at. Paalaad Mmnaapolra.
TRANXNTIUirTITAL ROUTE with Xleente
lighted and Steam heated Vastlbuled tralaa be
tween Chicago end Council Bluffs. Omaha or
at. Paul and the Paciae Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROPTE between Chicago
eaa jaj ana oa. aoeepa, mo.
6700 MILE OF ROAD aaachtae all varhaclraal
polnu ta ninota, Wracoaala. MinneooU. Iowa.
aiaaoarL, Soaih IHkola aad North Daaota.
For maps, time tables, rates of paaasgo aad
frelgbV apply to tho aaaraat slatkaa agent
of the Chicago. atUweakee A at. Paul RaUaray, ot
""romp aareni any amors in ao worxk
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Masac Gea'l Paso. T. Agt.
taVFor taformatioa la Kferoaea to Landa aad
Towns owned by by tho Chicago. Milwaukee as
oa. raui nauway uompaay, wnia to tt. e. Hsa
gen. Land onatmlssioaet Milwaukee. Wlseoosia.
Dr. S. E. IIcCBEABT
(Lata of Cincinnati, OhieJ .
Baa Permanently Located ia
Ia the past six atontha he haa soeceeafaity
of tho most aevere character.
TTie names of a f ew who hve rn navemawi aal
vicinity, who have been saecossfuDy treated as
Mr A L Para, Mrs Mary W atarax rhanmatlam ;
MtasLlxxis Vane. Mr John Spelker, caiarrh;
Mies Anna Da via. Mr Wa Sankef, scrofula; Mrs
1 a Wiener, Mr F L Ma oahamar. beaft disease;
Mrs F W Marshall, (II years ataading, piles;
Mr Samuel Seiees. (is -' plieai
Mr lalah Doty (7 - I plies i
Mrs May Wendt, 1 A Wright, Sarah Mnasoa,
Frank Hayes, Wm McGrauauaa, M a Thompeoa,
These are a very few of the many tosttsaoalals
the doctor haa, but they are etaaufm to show what
ran be doae by one who tboroaichly aadarstaads
theeauae snd treatment of disease.
VLoes of Manhood. Seminal Weakneaa, sad
Errors of Tooth, positively and pemuacoUr
naTrPoaaltlvely no caae taken that ear-not be
en red. Conwepoadenro accompanied by 4c ta
stamps promptly answered
Ofloe McCuUough's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
Having pure titer a the
Property which he has bad teflued for the ho.
tol bwiiaess, kKaow prepajed to acooaa
modale transient gsaeta.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very reaaonable prices.
He la also engaged la the
al tbe earns place with a choice lot of "Groceries.
ipUee with a choice lot of
rarm produce a spsclolty. .
John Volk & Co.,
OaJTOAL ' - -
rrar-. r - u rorlri
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
INOORPORATErt C5DKR TUB THE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.,
Open daily trots 8 a. m to 4 p m., aad Sstarday evealags from f lo o'dock.
rivs per csnt lntarent paid on Da posit. Money loaned on Ptraonal, Col
lateral, or Real Estata 8ecarity
E. F. RBTMOLDS, Pres. f C. DE5KH ANN, VWo Pres. 1. at. BCFOBD, Cashlet
P. L. Mttrtiell. E F. Rerwalds, F. O. Orokaaaaa. Ma Cruhauk C F. La4.
J. J. Retmera. L. rHmna, K W. Herat, J. M. Baf-icd.
darmaon Ht'ST, botieianra.
IMrwni begin bnalata Jnlf 9, l, and will o-xapy baaklag rooaa with M Urate!! Lynde
aalil new bank teeooisleied
ISffeC THE TAILOR,
tr. . jjpafflamvtt
SjO .li; jy
Has opcaed his New and Spacious
. No. 1620 to 1C2C Third avenue,
, where he would be pleased to tea his friend a.
87-11 kinds of drinks ss well as te and Porter, aad tne well know drtak "Half aad alf,
ly place la the city who e yoa cea gvl it. Roaal bVti La are evwry day from W to IS.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
IF1. "W. WI1TTER,
Proprietor of the
Arcade CIGAR Store
aVND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND 1XX)L II ALL,
No. 1909 SECOXD AVLNXE.
Imported Cigars a apeclaKy. Fear a good cl(ar rail at the -Arcade."
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-flrst rU , Ro;k Island.
a Srst-claaa stork of Orocerles that will be sold at lowest litrlrg tarmao. A ehar of nblle
J". "W. vJOIsTES
Dealer la Hrw aad
Second. Hand. Goods
Bays, arils aad trades any article.
Manufacturer of aU kinds of
BOOTS AND SHOES
a saecmlty ." K pairing
A share ef your
CT. -JC. C3HBISTY,-
Steam Cracker Bakery,
KAJTOrACTXrEER 0T CEaCKXM AID BIKVin.
Ask jour Grocer for theia. Tbey are brat
Onrpedattlao; The CkrMy "0T8TIE" aad the Christy "WAFER."
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
(aorceaaor to Oalwetk Spilgvr)
Contractor and Builder,
8bop Third avenue, between 10th and 11 th etrsift
(Fred Buck's old aland.)
amTAJI kinds of Carpeater work aad repairing dose. Balisfartioa uaraalrwd.
Dealer in Groceries anS Provisions,
No. 2406 Fifth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND
"Hew state, aw stock, the best siooda at the lowest prates. A snare ef soirees re ealkttad.
P. CT. HERLITSIlAla
No. 229 Tweatlelh Street, neit to
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made la the latest stylo. Also repairing doao with srataast aad diayotch.
C. J. W. SUflRELNEIl.
Contractor and Ouilclcr-
I speciAcatinata feral, hrd oe all claaaee of mark. AmsaMt ef WUlav'e Fatra ttv
aide Sltdiag BUpde. sumetajag aew. atytmh i
Pmtcct Your Even
KAOC3T OPTICAL CO's "
f- ...a. , T, .
They hava got It.
It win aaaka your horaa happy.
It will not gas or arooka.
It baa larga ash paa.
It dm heavy sled body.
It kreps fir all sight,
IT T8 THE
ths gTandrtt prttductina of modern tirav.
W invito yoa to call aad ciamia oar
immens Una of Riverside Btove and Raagec
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
RA8 RECEIVED Hit
No 1808 Second Tenn.
Rook Inland, 111.
A ewewtty snade of irwvarv.
No. 114 fevoad Aveaar.
eaaas aratly aad promptly
. 1819 Second Aveooe. Rook Island, in.
Conrad Schaeider grooery. Rock Itlasd.
I aaw daalrnoto.
BOCK IXLA5D. ILL.
F-g f3 la ae-knowltdrati
te Waviinv iwa' tog
1 oe awC r aw r Sar
I t raaavi . u eart i-A
ale to fMaoaaaeaaayag 4
'v k, a 1 . t. r.
1 rivaa. m. a-,
I S .Tl Lai.
I . l,''t tl) J
Bed Room Sets
Carpets. Curtains. Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
CaTCall aad aee oar Ilea.
No. iai, 103 and 107 Eatt Second St.,
J. B. ZTTVTMER,
Mi erchant Tailor,
Has joat warned frora Europe aad would be plraard to ere Lit ir-e i- at
liie place of Irnaiaeea La
Star Block, Orrosmt IIabper Horac
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
far I9u 91
Offloe aad Shop Corner ptTaa.laa.aUi 8c
aad SeweaiA Aweaua,
a aeirtaMy. fto
rnreltaal ee sea
House and Sign Painter.
rirrt-caaae Oraralaa; aaai raaer flaaart.
P. O. Boa 71.
VaACQTJAIVTEO Will TaTX OCOSataTsTT OT TaTS OOOVTST. f FT AH
KOCal TALUABU XaTTOXlCATIOaT rSOK A STTCT Of TaTTJ MAT Cf
THE VLllZ CC2X
InettMllBtr rtavla t)TMaL brwjkrbeas ttSM tM
Wiaaourl Kiver. TowIHrrvra fcouu xo tab
st-onm. La Ballav aloun. kork latar.d. ta II
a. la Balln afnllne aLncat 1.1.
Ottumwsk, (f ra.oo, Ixe alrrraM.WlalayreaH, Au4uton. 1? knaavorMt iv.i - 4
blufla, tn 10WA-M.nraroi:e suxt fcu Pawi( la HiitatKlTs-WatT: as
. . . , ' avua, ia p nw a-amaroo, ot. jrwrpa, saa aantM
MIH.NOL HI oruaJia, Vmri ry, aawl h-iroa. in NF PiUtK A-V.onm. 7"- i
liutrtunaoo, Utct,iA, lVo.laviio, Abileoo. Ca'tleel In KAtAr- i
Crwata, ajnarf)enar, Port kerto, la the INDIAN 7 f hJ-rTOaiT and Cow
Bpnotra, Ln-nvar, vatsa, ta COLORADO. flKat sVatiaina tavtr t r-
, auij fr-ro Ctiioaksm, CaOJ well, Pulot.iii,n, an! Ixvljre Cty, aoj f-aoe .-1
tn Ctare ban waa Ctucaaaro, W.otvivaa, Mat H attain mml Tra varae ta. a
rwat aarwava of rtct) faanaiLYf stosl trvwana teayJe. aaotuaar to tMwt ta
or Inlr-rrxjnmjiiriir-w-on to ail towvao sabtl ciueas t aat and aaay num.'"'
" -r-rr. anil Parifln anil trsnssi aniiti .aeisata
MACMinCC.1T VCSTICULC eXPRCM TRAINS,
Laaaxlitvtraacetritaan'tora In erilfttrVor of srluttvBpt, tool, wraar) wwrnflat-t 4
frww from Ttrw-i-a Cuatbaa, tKii man r,asjpra. fKevSt aa.-J-
t:tlaar Cavra, and MWaat of U aaoorl K.vr Uintraf Core iWlr M4 c.h
pee Uotoam, Cou. 111 u J a. avaxl Ossas, rlU iSwa barjaitif 1 bawr ..''
Ivorto Flattie. NM taj ttaavorwovt Ctucaara avaxl t'oiorawto tlt. fw' ''"j
atntt PtiayMj, trie ht- Josm0, or K sesas Otf Ad toprfcav t'raVaaaid V ''
tiotle fUrTuaiurt(r snesie svi earns ttisNs tvoniraS wm Ot M iaoun ""'
Caiilomla Kreursitma OaaJy. eta c Hoick or ntoUTlcS a avna tro-n
Laako, Oardao. tHaruaatt, Los Araa-el.o. avod ra PTAOasaraa. loo is.
UN B to ao4 from pike a eak. kaiuxa. Oaaraaa of Uae Oooa, tme fraoitaW
, avast feoarato Orarxlaanre of Ocaoemmo.
VIA THE ALCaaeTf LEA ROUTE.
i Trwiaat tlalr ti trnoee
WltaTu .... .
UW. TtaTOMsTO Caalr Caar
I H Vt. lWlt lataaul
sown. ami faJIa. tad Uae nil
uiwaos r mm nonna sww
T. t f aOKT USM VIA fTWCA AWT KArflCAJEKal tfJwa-e 8fcriUOe
T'- I T inns i
-or 1""--. f . roacVer, or
DAVIS & co;
A com p Vie si ef
Pip, Brass Goods, l'akit.4
Oonf, Fire Iirirk, Kir
Sate Agra far
nraal crrill miuno .j
utrtii oiLnm rutV.ro ana
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
Ve ye are alt a swaey one porfi rt. eS , V Mf .
Twewiy day's trial. ta tsiptan'HW- lo-t..
Safety HreUef IVtiWs aad f.ftt. - .
furniahlaa sa J lavinr Wit. t.1
ITU Fititr i .
Knrk U at l. 1 ;.t...
I tlet. eaudssjtfv Irk ) .... lau
Lore beta received.
COMPLETE IX ALL
Fur ChUlocmrai Addreaa
7. C DD7ICAX.
DAT&Frvat. J' a
: : Rock I!and
I See al aavale
i rsama Avo. krt. r aa aaa ra .
ISUHD & PACIF13 DIILWAT.
suad Xfeaat nf f
m T il lln jAll ,..! j. V .
r A la 1 1 J J a..n 1 .
tTfct'- rj aaad mmatsmsanHe tva Pi rswa,
f ara fi fri tn asi it fiiaiii a Si iaa linn '
iln.aa taoaute au
avsxl Lt 1 1 p ar Weit
Iha tmanM. I i-
ajt-aev, fparrt La.
ranter atttru avaa UauaT avaa raaa
aooi,a. laUraUs. eacad ChMtantill r 'taa, a
ttaiiPir faintimm If "
aterasl li lessaiee avtaol aa Ml TVa
ClLrCCO. ZZJU Caltattataraaa