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Supervisors' Proceedings. ;
Special Dec robef Meeting A. D.
third pay Dec. .continued., :
tk. iii I. th Hat of wliBseses I" erlmrntl
eases who clsluwd tees ' " September Term, A.
o.,itj. TBIftoPtgvt airaio stab's,
t Kl l
Mrs Olisa Cuahmea
MJ it kon ....
Charlea C'asbmea. . .
Bra Minnie Kvs
Blsry Nome ...
Louis Vsndruff ...
Mttt-w Neteon ,
Jubn C Silvia
J N Frigate
0 f Holland.
A C Stevrue
Aa nat Hiiw
Herrll Coble .....
Joeupkine Kvans ...
sharp SIM. Jr
Q n Chnrch
A an Kenedv
John Kwart 8
A C Stevans 1
r B Kwsrt Br 8
Steven BHton ft
Jaha Ksnkls 8
Cv roa L William 4
Geo W Gamlla 1
ruins vs ako'l.
CHMeme 1 to
Rll SK.D I
Prank Anderson 1 C
rgnrt-s v nm .
Nervllls Mco'leltsn .... 1
Robert AttcHi'll 9
rmrLl vs BflTi'BrNaos.
Maurice R WU'isins .
Bwrv M Wllllama .... 1
John Mnlqiieea 1
G M Wl llama 8
af R Wllllama
rJeverly Artie 8
John Galabwrgar I
John aitMr 1
rinRI vs roBnia.
Jnhn Mnran. .
rsorLS v jabcs wrLUAif..
Jamva vYtllisms ...
John i' Oartlner. ...
Henry Tompkins ...
W'm r Andrawa ...
II H Helton ,
M fl Sexton . 1 a
Lswrence Krar 9 8
Uaorga Locg 1 8
oria Ta. TaiuLoi.
Juaaph Trakn it
H J Hiiy.lt 3 Id
M Brownar I 84
Barman Mnallrr ? to
Marv Mnallcr 7 in
ilhrrlna J Hrowrr 4 4H
Hater M Bownvr ft 4M
CibTln I Browr 1 l
taotoia HvUiul 7 tH
i nomaa Uvlnnd t
Maruian uarllrr I Mi
Jamaa t"(iit 7 V4
Thomaa J Morpby... . 1 84
Ml Mai l ar I 4
T nomaa J Uurphy M
John Mulqeen l 8
TrrEmnd i 8
fxofli Ta aaiaot.
M H Saxtoa 1 8
nom ra ncM .
M H Barron i
i: Li n ixiaa.
Total 1333 10
liutiao cartify tue ahova and fore(!olnv to be a
Iruallat I wlmxaaho claimed tbelr attend
anca at the September term of the circuit court Id
criminal caara. Gao W.Oamblb. CU-rk.
I tnerabvcartifrthftt thkfolmwlna rrnm hav
madv affidavit aa wllneaaa la tba county court for
C C Carter .
8 140 Wm Rlnok
. 1 10 C'arrla Luodow..
t 1 10
. 1 10
- fifctpi. it. fetOHLIR.
Tlie committee oo ways bdiI meaoR
auuumwu toe louowmg report whlcb on
motion was lwlfd and adopted:
Mr. Chairman, and Oontlemen of tbe Board of
.Z ,r . " ""J' ana ineana worjw re
anMtnillv Mnnn i . . t .i.. . .
' j - luiuniim wauiara aou
utacara of tlw board are entitled to tbe anio nt art
oppoalte their rrapeclre aamea for attendance at
t lis T W inullnn A Ik litam.
Jeaae 8 Dalle?
8 W Woodburn
L H feanall
M A Smith
L F Cralla
U SI Vord
Jaa Haaaon .. ,
G B Browner
Wm T Kerr....
John A Wllaoo
R 8 kunlDom ry
L Albert dofer
N G Elliott
Daya Ullea." Amt
8 j 10 80
8 W 10 00
8 88 10 10
8 81 8 60
8 i 7 nu
3 It tt 60
a 4 7 o
8 4 7 W
8 4 7 80
8 H a 10
8 1 7 60
1 8 80
s 1 7 m
8 1 7 0
8 7 '.0
8 4 7 0
8 U H nu
16 e 00
8 14 0 80
18 9 80
8 18 8 70
8 88 8 80
4 85 13 80
3 tt 00
i 8 10
Jtaaa li. Diiuar
Hoard adjourned until the timt Tuea.
. nay in 01 arch., jhui.
Hjai.mab Eoblkr, County Clerk.
Uu Weitl tu la TrananurLul.
Only thu other day tlie vault kwper aunt
over to tliM trcwurv m lini.. ......l. t.
yon could buve put ciiiii'urt.alIy into a
uju nuu L-arriKd aVHV COIiUtiDins
ajunmwmt 1.. an.d. .
w niw.uui cvrtiucares ror legal
tatulinr outua. In muLinir nicli .M n
iJUio'iot wealth tlie aheeta of money are
put nto a wiMMj.m lock Imjx and shoved
own a nuK coined Html sare on wheels,
Whic1) conveva tbe
tha t.-eta. The upper part of tha big
mi wiiu cupooartu, each one of
ituiuu uran me name 01 a tte. The cup
boarda are recoptaclea for the national
bank notes ot the varloua atatea.. The
notoa anil eertirlcjAraa nuuii. rk. j
vu tinwiirj 1U
aheeu of four or three In the cane of the
mKr koki eertinoates and are there cut
apart aud atanmvil ulth ri.u
When the treaaury vrauta money It simply
1 J iuimiiou upon the vault keeper
of the bnreuu of engraving and printing
for wbateverit needs. Washington Star
A War to Bam van.
Down In Hancock county there la a town
known aa TIokb, where the ydutha are
iuura 01 me national game. The
Kruuuu are ihiu out in an open apace ad
Joining 8he only church in the village, the
rear of the church forming the back atop.
Such U the general entnuaiasm for the
game that the boya play on Sunday morn
iug, even while the rural pastor is laborlno
'k..lt . L J It. .....
""' "l ia ana - iiwicie the church.
The other Suuday lie had held hia congre
gation pretty well until his nineteenthly,
where he reached the climax. "Then, how.
HIT dear hrr.hnn nk A .
- 1 1 " w lo uatu
tha kingdom of heaven r" Through the
AMD W.h.L.w . I .
voiuo uie answer tn a chorus
of wild shouts at a runner: "Slidel slidel
ad you'll get there!" Pekin Times.
Origin of Tale and Harvard.
To speak In a general way, neither EUhn
I ale nor John Harvard gave enough
money to the founding of a college to sup
port a Buaiern young gentleman through
his college courae. Many a suuior has spent
tn a year mure money than the S5U) or the
wrion half the il.600 which Mr. Yale
and Mr. Harvard reapecttvely deviaed to
the Inatitutiona which bear their names.
But, as Lord Coleridge said when he was
OThlavlaltto thia eouutry and was told
tnat W aahinsfton once threw a silver dol
tUe l'oU"a. "itn could make
a dollar go farther in thoae days than
trW."aV yU ,tanding "CC0Uut at
Henry-No: lfe a running one. tondor
wm TruHUm now. Good-by.-Detroit
In the heu)
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A conatltut onal remedy
Which purines tbe blood.
Make the weak strong.
Try it now.
FIELD AND GARDEN.
SL'BJECTS OF IMPORTANCE CONSID
ERED IN A PRACTICAL MANNER.'
A Hera aa a Borgteal Table How a
8 pa via Wae Cared try the Cattlna; f
a Tendon That Covered a Bony Ta
. A novel operation tn veterinary sar
gery was performed at Cincinnati, O.,
recently, by Dr. I. A. Anderson.
Strapped to an operating table a 18-hand
draught horae, weighing 1,200 ponnds,
was operated on successfully for spavin
by cutting a tandon that covered a bony
An interesting feature of the opera
tion was the table and its appliances by
which this large, powerful horse was eo
secured that during the operation, which
lasted only eight minutes, the animal
moved not a hair's breadth. The table
is made of solid oak, and rests on a stout
platform about two feet high. By
means of a crank operating on cogs the
table on which the animal lies is made
to move slowly npward and downward.
In other words, the horae, led alongside
of the table in an upright position, is se-
GETTXXO THE HORSE READY.
cnrely fastened to it, and then the horse
and table lowered until the animal is
lying securely fastened. Previous to
the operation the spavin on the right
bind foot caused such pain that the
horse tried hard to go on three feet. A
hood made of padded canvas was placed
over the animal's head, completely blind
ing its sight.
The animal was then led alongside of
the table in an upright position, and a
stout inch rope fastened to the front of
the table was held around the minimi's
legs by an attendant The three four
inch wide surcingles were then strapped
securely, tying the aniroul alongside of
the table. The bead was then fastened
to the table, aud tbe crank turned and
the table slowly lowered to a horizontal
position. The animal at first struggled,
bnt once npon the table lay quietly on
its right side. Then the feet were se
curely fastened with stout straps to the
table the additional precaution being
nsed of tying the left hind foot with an
Everything was now ready for the op
eration, which is known as enneon
tenotomy, and was first proposed by the
veterinary. Professor Laf osse, to abolish
lameness arising from bone spavin. It
consists in division of the internal or
cuneon branch of the tendon of the
flexor metatarsi. The tendon that gave
the trouble is a stout one, a branch of
another tendon. It starts from the an
terior portion of the hock and runs
across diagonally downward to where
the curb generally occurs.
The doctor first made an incision an
inch long, and a probe pointed instru
ment was inserted and the tendon raised
and cut, which gave instant relief. The
tendon lay in a groove and was readily
found. The blood was then sponged off
with cold water, and two or three stitches
taken with silk sutures and tied. There
was a bony tnmor found growing under
tbe tendon, making the tension on the
tendon so great that the animal could
not put its foot to the ground.
The table was now put back in a per
pendicular position, the horse's feet first
having been unstrapped, and as his feet
touched the ground the girths that
bound the animal to tbe table simultane-
THE HORSE LAID OCT FOR THE OPERA
ouslv loosed, and the hnn afrwvl nn
its feet. The hood was removed and the
animal led to a stall, limping a little,
in five minutes it was eating hay as
contented as if nnthinr hail hnnnonul
a . i
In an hour the animal was led for a short
walk np and down the alley, and the im
provement was apparent This was the
urai Bucceasiui operation or the kind
ever made, according to Th Oinrrirmnti
Enquirer, from which the foregoing cuts
auiu ueaenpnon are a reprint.
ONE OF JOHN BROWN'S SPEARS.
k Belle Preeerved by One Who Helped
Captor tbe AboUtloaUt.
Mr. A. ft. Allnn (1 i n rr at XTr. 1 OA
, ..s w ' A i
New Jurwy avenue, Washington, has in
ma possession an interesting relic of the
raid of -Tnh n Ftrutra nt HnnMn i
1830. This ia one of tbe spears used by
Brown and his men when they attempted
the liberation of the slaves in that vicinity.
The spear bead is of Iron, about eight
Inch Ha in lunirt.h anrl fa lik-A t-rn ..-,1
knife blade on a substantial socket, into
Which the arHfT a nlnro nt I. r,Tt . ; 4. .
long ia fastened. Mr. Allen secured this
relic, as well as a rifle, when, after Brown's
santure. be and anmf nthAK
Into service and placed on duty at the en-
giuenouse to guard toe abolitionist aud
those captured with him.
Mr. Allen had been employed by a citizen
to capture two of his slaves who had run
WQV. The onlv rlar AitAtkaiiiMnfinn
the fugitives had taken was information
tuac tney nua gone np the canal. At the
time of their departure there had been no
tldingB received hem nf Timor, tn.
Uons, although it was possible that some
" aiaves nau Deen pavately notified of
them. Mr. Allen PJllTiA tn tritt mnntialnA
that the runaways might be headed off by
wimiiK me railroad, and took the train.
"I went UD bv wav nf t.h Tiulav 1,nu
the main line," aaid Mr. Allen, "entirely
vuuviuus oi wunt was going on at the
"When we came opposite the ferry on
the Maryland side the train was stopped.
Then we learneil hv rnmir r ti
-J w. v.aw UUMUg
at the furry. We could hear all kinds of
rumors, and tbe train from the west had
not been heard from. Thia was the train
run bv Cant. Junk Plu.lna wl,..
- , 1'", vwaa null
known here aa one of the lessees of the
Alexandria and Washington railroad.
There were onlv twontv-flvj. nP
. " S.J Ul
ns on the train, and we remained on this
side all night We heard during the night
the movement of i train mi.tka...
- - - . v.,i wuc7 (.TBI.
and finally Phelps train came over. We
men learnea mat, .Brown's men had stopped
and held the train for aome hours, but that
the leader when he was informed that the
United States ninil
" "- vuo HI Ul Ll WLMT
lowed it to pa.-ia. We then learned that in
the fighting in the town some had been
killed and others wounded. Not knowing
what force tho insurgents hiul
cross the bridge, but remained on this Bide,
"In the morning the marines arrived
from tho barracks in thia city and they at
once Drucecded tn nut. tint tl.
Uon. A Cupt or 'Lieut Russell, 1 be
lieve, was in commund, and under his
' " miu w tua
engine house, where Brown and a few of
u aueu were. we afterward ascer
tained, the insurirentAt (VnilH li Ivtlli
every on of tbe laarinea liad ther been bo
"i"i ur -unj uau arms ana ammuni
tion and in the walla of the engine house
bad been cut loopholes on every aide. The
niarinea finding the door fastened secured
thedoor ram bursting in
"We thKt ta t.liruua u '.
- , , mo fjuesenirars
Who had been nreaarl Inrn i i
seen this from the bridge at once rushed
sown, i remeruoer tuat when I first saw
John Brown he was lying with hia head
rearing on tne oaca; oi an upturn eg cx.
I looked at him and at once recognized him
as a man I bad seen before; in fact, 1 had
aeen him only a week or ten days previous
ly in 'Squire Down's office. He had been
wounded, I believe, in the shoulder, but if
he suffered he did not show ft in his coun
tenance or by words. He was attired in
What appeared to be country goods, and
with his long gray beard looked like a
well-to-do, care-for-nothing farmer. I was
with him about three hours and a half,
and heard enough to satisfy me that he
was a badly disappointed man, and .. force
of two to three hundred men be. had ex
pected from Pennsylvania bad failed to
materialize. In the afternoon the bodies
of those of Brown's men who bad been
killed were removed, and a party went op
on tho heights to search for anna, but waa
"The next party that went out was re
warded by finding two boxes of rifles and
spears with ammunition. I waa on guard
when Governor Wise came np and bad a
talk with Brown and three or four other
prisoners. The conversation between
Brown and tlie governor lasted about an
hour and a half. Of course, Keogniziog
Wise as the governor of the state, 1 stood
off aome distance and did not listen to
what was said. ISrown I understood to tell
tbe governor frankly what was his inten
tion, keeping nothing back, and I believe
be expressed his disappointment that he
had failed and that expected friends did not
appear. Toward the close of the interview
Brown demanded good treatment while a
prisoner, ami asked that his meals be sent
him from the hotel. This tbe governor
promised to attend to. As he left the
engine house t he governor remarked to me:
'He is a most remarkable man.' As soon as
some other troops arrived we were relieved
and sent home." Washington Star.
How'e Tata! -
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured hy taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Chbkrt & Co., Props., Toledo, O,
We, tbe undersigned, have known
P. J. Cbene for tbe Uas fifteen vears.
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
Wai.dino. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druegista. Toledo. O. .
Hall's Catarrh Cure ia taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfsce of the system Price 75
per bottle. Sold hy all drugsi.-ts.
You -marl hustle to win. In the jck-
pot oi iu tne ni-n wno ia sny is not it.
Pin and dread attend the tue of most
ctlarrh remediee. Liquids and snufis are
oaoleasaot aa w. II as dangerous. Ely's
Cresm Kalm Is safe, pleasant easily ap
plied into the nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the nal passages and heals
the infltmed membiane, giving relief at
once, frice wc.
A man can easily have his own way by
utri WKUiing IL.
. Hard coal Market.
$ 7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal.
nil sizes, rtellverel within city limits, 25c
per ton aiscouct for cab. Indiapa black
f 4. 50 tod Canoel coal 86 per ion delivered,
cartsge added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ion extra.
E. G Prazkr.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Blood is thicker than wator,
and must be kept pure to
Insure good health.
Swift'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 Specific,
and there is nothing like it
Be sure and get the genuine.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, G
FROM .. "
A8K TOTJE GKOCEE FOB IT.
rhaapeat and beat Dlaca hi tha - nanar tnr
" Waou," "Lost," "Bale" and "Rent notices.
uua-uau cam a wora. aireryooay reads una
column Try it. -
TfOCNO MAN WANTS TO Gt'P a PLACE
to do chora for his board this winter.
CJKCOND-HAND FURNITURK. lanuht. sold
A1 or excbanir.dL m rm.. Imtii m
wrr:u mi nnninnaar Mrajw nim anrl T, ni m.
WANTED A flrat-claaa General Manager for
rian" of Accldert Inaarance It combines all
the adran aitea of the "old line" and. the "ma
taal" ayatenia. Terms moat liberal ; addreas
J. X. BElhDSLET.
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Kan.
worthy, 1786 Second Avenoe.
JAtXSOIf tc HCHST.
A TTORSEYB AT LA W. Office tn Rock Ialand
dwia auiiuidk, jtnea .aland, UL
B.D. saiBSBT. O.LW1LIIA
8WEEMET A WATITPW
ATTORJTETS AND OOtTNSELLORa AT LAW
Omce la Bepgiton'e Dtaok, Bock Ialand, UL
HcEMRT A McESlBF,
PPORSBTU AT LAW Loan money on rood
eli Lynde. bankers. Office in Poatofflce block.
MISCE LL A.N EOUH.
THE DAILT A Eli MM.
OR SALE XVXRT EVCNINO at Crampttm'8
Kewa Stand, five cent per copy.
DBS. BCTHEKFORD A RITTI FR
(BADrATKSOFTHI ONTARIO VSTSRNA-
Aatar. fi k cry , m&rka I ayu arc'.
WM, 0. KULP. D, 0, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
tmrnt IB, Wl, 88 sad 88,
TaaaMavatQB. DAVINPOBT. IA.
J. M. QASPAliD, -
Xtbrary HatUInc, TsvTon, Iowa, 0U twr
Mmi at aae wora b..,a galj to
I ?4 1
I DUXtTIBTRATOH'l 3TOTICX.
y rawoi utKvge.. tffiftrf utniii
Thai inii1si8ilii8ia.il ia.B4eaa aiwAaiA.a.J a.Ja
e of George i. Ziet'iar, leceasi
m.. ... i. . Afriwiriaq HBUI-
the eetateof Oecnre J. Zle?lcr,lata
itv nf Rock blaod. iute of lllinola. da-
(Ives notice that he will appear
trAlla nt tKtft JaartAftaw afa Haw-eaax J 1
b slore tb county cort f Rock Um covnlj. at
Jock lafetdTftt th Vbnurrtrv. thni
1 ondavy ta Pebtwr mku ml wMck t.m n
p mom hfcvtnr clairn aniaflt Mid MUta ar m-
C lM Bln4 fMnnaaTataBaBl M .B.aaa .La, - A
ktving the same adjotted, AG persons indebted
It eatd estate are no, seated t atake iamadiate
p ivment to te anderahraed. . :
Dated tnta 8nd day of Decetreer. A. D. Ir80.
FRAKal B. tIKOLKH, Admlnlsiraier.
atate of HmryC. WhRndge. deceaaed.
The aadenlgned, having taen appolatad
e Btrix ot the last will and teMameat of Uetrrv 0 .
BitridiM. late of the eonntvnl Hvk lahutd. aaat
ot lllinola, deceased, hereby gxvea notice that he
appear oeTore tne couuty ennrtor Kock lal-
id county, at the office of the clerk of eaid
a art, la theeity of Mock Island, at tha Jeaaarr
Uim,on the First Monday hi Jannary next, at
Stch time all persona having claims against
at id estate are aottaed and reqaeated to at
tad forthapnrpoaa of having the same adjast
en. All peraona Indebted to aaid eatate are re
al weted to make immediate narmaat to the so-d-
.7 Dated thia 18th day of November, A. D., 1880.
CHARLOTTE A. WHITKIDGK, Execautx.
Hd4w . . ...h.... . . -
QV) Whom it mat Ooncbrh.
Notice Is hereby given. th,4 at the December
tem,A-D 1880, of the county eourt of Rock 1.1
ai d county, state of lllinola. the anderatgned, aa
KardUn of Mary Arm Lee, Eltsa I ee, Oeorga Lee.
oertT. Lea and riorenee J. Lee, realdea.B of
said coo a'y, and minor children of William Lev,
d ceased, will apnly to aaid eo.irt for leave to sell
It eatate, Nile and interest of said minors in the
fo lowing real eatate situated ta the county of P.
oi 'a, state of Illinois, to-wit:
fne andtrtded ene-fonnhof the northwest qnar-te-tf
erctkmflve, (5L towal(:p tee. flO, north
ra tge lx east of the fourth principal meridian.
eept 85 acres to the northraat corner of said
qt aiter a-ci ion, said appltcatlo.-i will be made lor
Ui i purpose of otherwise Investing tbe proceeds of
ih aale of aaid minora' Interest tn aaid lamta.
Hock laland, lllinola, NovemherTtb, 180.
ROBERT LKK Guartdaa aa aloreaaid.
Q hancebt WOTTOB.
STATB OF ILLINOIS, .
tOCB ISLAWliC UKTT. i
T Uie Janoary Term A .. J881, ClrcBitConrt,
, Mm 'uuuby, m vnancery.
Jo eph McRcynolda cmnulalnUBt, vs. Unirh WC'
teyoolds. Carrie McRya Wa Moaea D Well,
:rruton R. Welta. Mark Anhdnam. Orlo W
HicBardsnn. Kngvne A Lanci-.sier. John C. Car
ton, ADranam i-tranaa, Hngo Goodman, Mmon
lonaon and Kdwtn Koee, defendants Fore
' o the aNve named defendants, Ork W. R ch-
ar. aonaoo ituiene A. Laucaati r. Notice ta here.
by eiven that tbe above entit: -d eanaa la ia
e s.ing hi said cotirt amiloM jaa and the other
ie enuima aonve namm, mat a anojiuooa In chan
cel y been iasoed therein ag-tiaat you directed
to ha aheriff of raid county to e'ecnts, returnable
to the January Term. IfeHI, of aaid court, to be
b&'unand holrien at tho court hoar in the city
of Hock Island In aaid county on the Srat Monday
of lanuarj, next, at which time and place yon mill
1 Mek laland. Illinois. November 14. 1M.
gOKWK W. 4JAMHLK. Verkof aaid Coart.
J acksob at MOBar, compUlBiUit's So.kitorA.
(J HANCERY NOTICE.
8T ITS OP ILLINOIS, I '
R B IBLABB COONTT, ...
la the Circuit Court, Jannarv term, 1881 .
En ma Albrlcht vs John Al rx-h.-lu Cbancerv.
iftidavitof noa-reaidence of the above named
defendant, John Albrlcht. having been Sled in the
cie K'a omce or tne circuit coon o( said county,
not ice ia therefore hereby etven to tha aaid Jhn
All rlrht deleadaat, that the timplainant Sled
hei bill of complaint In said coat t, on the chancery
aid i thereof, on th ttui day of November IHud.
snc th t hereupon a summons Issued out of said
col rt. wherein aaid tult is now pending, return.
ab.t on the Brat Monday ta the anak at l.na.r.
nea t, aa ta by law rtfoatlred Now, unices you. the
aahl John Albrirht, ufaadant. aim's namee,
ha I personally be snd appear before sail circuit
eos ft, oa the first day ol tbe Ban term thereof, to
re iwoen at noca laiana in ana rsr ins Bale coun
ty, A the first Monday ia Jannary ceit, and plead,
ana er or demar to the said comrtslnant'a hill nf
coa plaint, the same and the ma'tera and thlnss
laeieincuargea aud atated Wll ee takes aa eon'
feared, aud a decree entered againat yoa accord'
lag to the prayer of said bill.
R x-klslaud illinota. Nov. ttth. 1HS0.
. UBO. W. UAVBLB, Clerk.
M cEkibvA McBs BT.Comp't 9l
8"ATIt OP ILLINOIS.
Rooa UkABD Coitbtt,
In the Circuit Court In Clianmr.
Job i Pee Ix, admlnlairalureum teatamento annexe
ot the estate of Bailey Davenport,deeeaaed, vs.
tha Lock Island aad Milan Mre t Railway Ci un
lit ny, Charles B. Stoddard, J. K Robinson.
K more Hurst, reter Fries and J. ii. Mamie.
mtgtnai eiu. ....
Job i Peeta. administrator nn testa?nnto an
a to of the estate of Bailey Davenport, Oe
craved, vs. the Rock Island Milan Street
ttiiiiaray (Company. Mara Wllrber, John W.
Sttwart. James M. M nt -ecarv. k.lwln n
Fiazer. Levi Sharp. Frederick Weyerhaeuanr,
Fiederk-k C. A. Denkmann, William r. Hal
tit an, Rosa woodmanaee, Tbcasae S. Silvia.
v. . mm' , ua mouu A. XWWUIDg,
O-orce Downins. Sr.. James bownlne- ami
I I omaa Downlug, partnera ctA, aa Downing
Notice U hereby given that bv Ttrttre of a da
ere of th circuit court h and for the county of
Roc Island in the state of Illinois, entered In tbe
Boot e entitled causes on the Thirieth SUth day
of frmtember.A.D., ltMW, I ahaU on Saturday, the
Sixt 1 8 day of December, A. ., 1880, at tbe
uoui ot ica iiui o-ciocb u tne Mrenooa or said
day at the north door ot the court boaae 1b the
city of Hock laland la aaid county of Rock Ialand,
sail, (sabjecl to Uw approval of acd confirmaitoa
by t aid circuit conn, at public auction to tbe
high es bidder or bidders apoe tbe terms hereia
atte and tn aaid decree mentioneu, ail the rail
way of aaid defendant tbe Rock I ilsnd A Milan
8tre.it Railway Company, said railway axtending
froa the corner of Seventeenth street aad Find
avease in said city of Rock Ialand turough and
alom; the : recta and avesaes of said city to a
polo . at or near the aoothern Itmlta of aaid rlr.
and hence over its right of way at.d hi part over
nu ttiona crniin roaoa anu nignwnys in tbe toea
of Si Dili Rock Island to and over the or dees now
own. d by tbe said city of Rock laland apanning
Rock, river between the toarn of Hears aad the
tows of Milan, aad thence over and along certain
stres is snd public grounds In aaid town or city of
Mila to Its termlnua therein ami Including the
brati li extending from tbe town of Meara afore
said o the bigh point on the blulfa of Ruck river
antra n aa uiara uaak'a watch Tower, together
win, m .niu railway company's ngat ox way, real
eatal9, leaaea, road-bed. track, aide-track a,
swltt hes, iron, ties, engine and a (at ion aonsea,
barm i, motora, rolling atock. cars, horses, ma
cbini rr. toots. lmUements and beAGairln.a anrf ail
aaid allway company's property, sopliances and
appateuancesof every sort, kind sud description
wuai wrw bow aeajnaiug to ana ownea by said
defer dsnt railway company, including thoae now
In thi poaaeasion or control of Frxderick Haaa,
beret ifore api ointed receiver herein, and all such
whtel i may hereafter aid nrior to such sale ha avw
qnlrs i by him, (excepting nevertbaldesall moseys
wiw ia M ' iudci niiwAf company BOW IB
the a mds of aaid receiver aad all each aa may
arias Tom or grow out of the aee cf said railway
property and franeliiees. or may coins to ss d re
ceiver prior to his surrendering posresston of said
raliwuy and property as by said deei-ee erovided)
togeUerwith all the rights, privileges aad Iran,
chiast of ssid defendant railway company to
main! tin and operate It- said railway and carry na
Its ba (inane, suite matntatB and optrate Ita aaid
railwa y over, along, across sad throiu h the a recta,
alleys, roxds snd puiilie grounds of ssid city of
Rock aland, saul town of Milan snd said township
of Soi ith Rock Ialand, and over and along the
said triages epaanlug Rock river, uad all other
rights -privileges and franchises what-oever be
pany; all of said railway, premises, properly,
rights and privileges being attuated Irt the counir
of Roc ( lslsnd afurcaalu eaid sale being subject
nevert beleas tn all liens lor taxes or assessinei.u,
genen I or special, which mar have ac;:rned and re
main t lereon prior to socb sale.
TRIMS OF SALE. Ten thonssjid 10,0001
dollar in caeq down at tne time uf auld aale, end
tuerer taindr upon tha approval and eonurmation
of suet sale by said circuit conn.
Dated at Rock Ialand, Ulinota, thli 5th day of
Novea bar, A. D., lmt.
"tecelverand Special Master in Chancery.
The iiale mentioned ia the above and foregoing
notice is hereby postponed to take place oa Tuee
dsy Mm Sixth day of January, A. D. 1881, at tbe
hoar oi ten o'clock In the f nnMAa nf ..MH. .,
the phce and 00 the terms BieLUooed in the
above iind foregoing notice.
lBual at Rock Island. lllinola, this Sixth day
of Decmber, A.D. 1880.
I eeeiver and Special Master In Chancery.
ib stnu ar
-1200.00 and Upwartis
: Tor 1 atle, secured on land worth from
three to Ave time tbe amount
of the loan.
latere it T taw eant semi armnallv. an1iaa .a
teaUUatt free of charge.
'A . ... B.;W. HITR8T,
-Attorit it at Law- ;
&oul aad Masonic Bmnple,
BOCK ISLAND, ILL
; AUD 8TXAMBBIP 5
rWaftfah bbjM i B88 BBI 1 1 vfaa-L. HaiiBBi a - . .
Rxrti dxd Ratxs to AlxPonrrs.
OTW a -la Adasaa Kxprsss Officecader
" ' BarvarBaaae.
s B IS'i (r . . - tua . al
wa aa? Aavme- --" '
t 4 a
TH3 TAT1aUa3 GUITS.
("UUCAGKX MOCK ISLAND PACIrIC MAIL-
sy Depot fxsrmetFlft haven ae aad Tnirty
trat street O. U gkelton, ageat
Council Bluffs at Mlaneao-1
ta Day Kxpress I
Ken aee City Day Kxpress...
ra a Mtaaea
OovncU Sraffs at Omasa
Limited Vestirmle Kx..
tOotng waat. ttloing east. 'Daily. . . '
BURLINGTON RoUTaWO, B. Q. BAIL
. way Depot First svenne aad BixtseaU st
M J. Young, sgent
' TRAINS. I tBAVB I annvvnT
St, Loaie Xxpreaa a e:s am' 8:48 am
Bk, Lotus Bxpresr. f 3Spm?:18pm
SC. Paul Bxpreee 8:4A ps t 88 am
Meardstowa Paasenger 8:Mpm IO:B8am
Way Freifht (Monmouth)... 9M am 140 pm
Way Freight (Starling) 18r8t pm 10:10 am
Sterling Pass anger T:S0am 8:48 pa
Dnbaano 10 M am 8:08 pm
CHICAGO. MILWATJKKB ST. PAUL RAIL
wsy Racine at Soathweetern DivlatoB De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
svenne, B. D. W. Ilolmee. agent
TRAINS. LasVB. Abbivb.
stall aad aipraa. T:48aB 8:00 pu
St. Paal Kxpr BSo S:ltpm UrBJ am
A Accoanrodatin. ...... fitftlps 10:10 am
Be xn.modstion T:88ss :1S pm
ROCK INLAND PBORIA RAILWAY DB
pot Firet avenue and Twentieth atreet F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAINS. Lbavb. 'abbtv
Faat Mall Kxprusa l:U am :S0 pm
Bxpress tOam 1:80 pm
Cable Accommodatioa 8:10 am 140 pm
" 4 :00pm tM sat
MOST DIRBCT ROOTB TO TBE
East aod South Eastz:
8 15 am
I N Dm
8 18 am
8 50 am
10 87 am
10 W am
8 57 pni
B 37 pm
in is am
4 57 pm
St. Louts. Mo
. Mrniaville. .
a mk mm
II. IS pi
Psseengar traina arrtva aad depart from Cskoe
Accommodation trata leaves Rock Island 848
p. m. arrivee at Peoria 8 -80 a. m . Leave Peoria
f :1R p. m. arrives at Rock laland 1 -05 a. m.
11 00 am
4 .00 pm
Lv. Rock Ialand.
o an pm
Acorn. I 8'IAAc,! Accosa.
e. si am is mi ptn 1.46 pu
7.10 a a! 146 pm 44 pa
8.05 am; 8.00 pmi 6JW pat
Chair car on FaM Bxpreee beta-sea Bock laland
and Peoria la boUi dlruetions '
B. B. SVDLOW, M. BTOCKHOTTSB,
Saperintendent. tleal Tku Agent.
'AST M4lL traib with Kleetric llghtrd end
Steam heated Veetlbuled trains between CttW
Cka-o, MUwankee, Su Paalaad Mlnaeapolia.
TRA''NTIJl'NTAL ROUTE wit KleeTle
lighted snd Steam heated Veetibaled trams be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs, Umaha ar
St. Psul and the Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE betweea OMcago
Manaaa City and St. Joseph, Mo.
BTO0 MILE OF ROAD reaching an principal
folate in Illinois, Wrseunsia Minnesota, laws.
Missouri. South Dakota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rales of passage aad
"'Kht, tc., apply to the nearest station ageat
ot the Chicago. MUwaakee St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad saent any ar bare la tne world.
R08WELL MILLER, A. V. R. CARPENTER,
eenerel Manager Oaa'l Pass. A T. Ar.
teVPor Information la reference to Lands and
Towns owned hy by the Chicago, MUwaakee A
St. Paul Railway Company, write to H. O. Haa
ffen. Land Commissioner Milwaukee. Wlseoasla.
Dr. S. E. IIcCREABY
(Late of ClncrnnaU, OhioJ
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six mouths he has successfully
of the most severe character.
The names of a few who live In Davenport and
vicinity, who have been sncceeafully treated ar
given below : .
rA Lparn Mrs Mary Watson. raewmaUem;
M)esLlsxie Vance. Mr John Speiker, caiarvh;
?a"B "tr'V" ae.f, scmfala; Mr
i W,ta5rtM' J nkmer. heart diseases
mrf F W Marshall, (11 yeara standing) pitas;
Mr Ssmeel Slices. 1 - , pi).
Mr lstaa Doty ( 7
Mrs Msv Werdt. t A Wright, Sarah Maasen!
Frank Hayea. Wm Mcaranahao, N M Thomusoa.
These are s very few of the many testimonials
the doctor hs, but they are ensugh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
the cause aad treatment nf disease.
esr! - - n ... . . b i . . .
of Ton la, positively and permancnUf
iarToaltIvely no case taken that cat: not be
ADrtMi- MJTI 88811 kTVgaiawan a.. a 8 l ... .
SUmpa prumpdy anawered.
Office McCultongh 'a New Elook.
W. Third Street, near Main,
W. C. MAUCKER,
Hain j patxhftMd ti
Property which he has had leatted for the ho
ts! business. Is sow prepared to accom
modate transient go eats.
Day and Regular Boarding
Hs is also engaged ia the
at the same place with a choice lot of Qsscertes.
Farm produce a specialty. -
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
1 C T303?3?EJ
rW&M&ti THE TAILOR,
Ms . tlft No 1808Srcondar.nnj,
xhlarlU- ti, j Rook Islakd, Ili
Uas opened bis Near ant; Spacious
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenue?,
where he would oe pleased to see his friends.
(W Ah klad. of drtuka aa veil aa Ala aud TnrM-r. aad tka wall kaowa drlak "H.ir and aJf." i
only place ha the city wee e yoa can get U. hoam byef Leare every day from M te is.
J. T. DTXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secocd Aveuue.
rrnorirUsr of the
Arcade CIGAR Store
A NO TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL HALL,
No. 1808 SECOND AYENXR
Imported Cigars a specialty. Far a geed it cigar call at the "Array..
m: e. MtJRiirisr,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue and Twenty-first St . Itt Island.
A Sret-claee stock of Groceries that wiaaeaold at lowest living prices. A share of public
-cr. w. cronTES-
Dealer hi Sew aad
--Second Hand Goods
Bays, aalls and trades any article. A eorclally ssade of Jewalrv,
No. 114 Second Avenge.
A. BLiACKHALL ,
Mannfactarerof all kinds of
BOOTS AND 8H0ES
Oenta'PhM Shoes a specialty. Repairing done neatly aad prowpdr .
A share of yoer patronage respect's 11 y eollrlted.
1818 Second Avenue, R.k Island. III.
JT. 3Sj. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
KABOf ACTOtl 07 CKaCtlBJ ABO BISCUITS
Ask your Grace for them. Tbey are Ut.
838" Special ties; The Ckriaty 0T8TB" and the Ckrtety "WANB,
ROCK INLAND. ILL.
(Soeceaaor to Oalweirer A spilgsr)
Contractor and. Builder,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th strv-tn,
' (rrwl Koch's old stand.)
IsTAU kinds of Carprnk-r work and rr pairing done. Satisfaction enarsntrvM.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. SftiM Fifth Avenue. ROCK INLAND
Bw slots, new stnek, tbe krat audi at the lowest pricae. A snare af nesranare aoltrried
P. CT. HERLITZKAs
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to Conrad Schneider's grocery. Rock Island
, . . forfiuSBtUnK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made la the latest style. Alee repairing done srHa neatness sad dlapeach.
C. J. W. BCnRELNEPs,
-Contractor and Buildcr-
rhsms aad srssJacatione femlatwd est sB el
aMe nlldiac BUnda, sesBetata.
Bash. Doors, Blinds. Sldlujr. nooring.
I an kinds of weed work for banders,
attBk, net. rated seal Poena ae-
Protest Your Eyca.
XAET0f OPTI0AI. CO.
They hire got it.
It will Basks jour home happy.
It will BOt fas or smoke.
It had larga ash pan.
Itjlias heavy steel body.
It keep Art all night.
rr is Tng
tl jrraodrst production of modem times.
We invite yon to call ami r amine our
immense line nt Riverside Stores sod Ranges.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
BAB BKCKITKD HIS
of work. Alee amt af WUferrs Pntrsa la-
new. BtylUk aadlraSle.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
After 8f year upsrtr la tarMnc Isatre"
til Maalc. I wiU proataw yoa aenre taawry with
wee lanns for the asaaa asoaey ef sag t.ai krr ks
anderoareeprrvtatoa. anvMawra lerewlW Bepfl.
T.ecnrrs ail' aaw iwan wwd.r twit Meaia)
Books ef ea Oae-BJrd e m aaarkM rtre on
8ki at aseaac to evrry . Uas ewders. aamlag
sataer. et mj si sate nau, laul Sacsad eveaea.
we ssakeaepeelalryof leaching Bea-xj art. Bred
I ate at MUS Brady , Peveitairv, la.
av m im a a
NOh ttrtra vs.
tr Im. fn inr'v ft
ivt.i A vi.
I' "SZT. 14." lAur,r..e.VL
4 I arx ' i.' l anj l
Tt! vJ?" - AvV HHA-aJUaU
I 1 A 1 . . ' -K
1 -.w TVa' ' """ p
' VW. I-,.. -i lUm
Bed Room Sets.
an a ae . .
ARE NOW COMPLETE.
CaTCall sad sew oar Hoe.
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
Mr ' i
J. B. ZTMMER,
-Tni vTXLL KNOW-
Das jot rvturnxd froas Europe and woaiU U pWawd a ar hi. fr-r.1. at
his plaoe nf bttsioees la
Star Block, Oppotrra Harper IIocsk.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
ftir 91 hats bees received.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
Ofllrsj sad Shop Corner Srveatecelh Bt, . T I 1 1 J
and tVvrtilA Avenue, : : KOCK l'X
r-AnseArUlewesjsa1y. rkss. and reOasatee far all a3aats as? Wll i4B
rarnlan.d m BieHarnisa.
House and Sign Painter.
nMlaaaOralatng and rapes Baaag.
T. O. Dot 6T.
CXACQTJAIB J tu WXTaT Tal StMUm CT Til OOCTTIT. TTH f rTr
Mtfta TAMJABU ZBTOEMATIObT ntOM A BTTTST CP TBI aiAP Cr
M X- 'o e a sJ 8Ma. SAS- ,f xT-SJ V '
the Caiiotco, n:cx isu:d & pacific r:iluiy.
iQctocUnc taalB ra brnrv-fca
aawwun but-, loo trtrwet BMitA,
Creac. hllnrlaber. ort kaaa.
rmonm, lat n&i, soUn, curM-a- laAard. la lUiNOlA-twvnist, M ix' -
Ottumwa, p.AiooA, 1m kitDM. A lntar-Mt, Au2T;ron. H ar- a.a- J --u;! I
bmUa, to IOWA kiir.noavpolta ftod eM tut, tn lati MaiChOl A-'
pl e'.rnii Pa!la, ta DAKOTA-Cstrwroo, lit ;mwph, mod Kuia t
l-'ISOUKI CirriSJa Fa-rtrurr. arxl NriaoeA. In Nt BaIAoIaA-iionm, r i- r.
epnors, uaavar, maorn. tn couosLAOO. fkf K karsnuig n8 a" "
SAtKtfraCbloaeTrA,CaMwvU,Hutruian, nncj Lxxtg C4tr. aud i aJa" -lnT
Cra batvara Clucwerov Wrcsutaa, san4 tiutebmaon. TrT-rmr s
rjiet stress o4 rtclt farmine; avad arrMinsr Ucda. svaovtunsr Uobe t- fr a
of lnteeOfMTioaviiuctoo Vw eul toarns and cine 1 aavd srewt, saw a. u
aS4uUlsaHg Ctiuaaro. etna Pnctflo o4 trnnprroiiatiw teednrte.
MACNinCtWT VCSTICULC EXPRCS3 TRAIN?.
lmtuSiaw evQ cvwnpwtluww In MendoT of sMalfsmewt, cool. w-v-H vmUlu. ' "4
frwej fj-(m siuet. Inrouar c.-r -a piu-aaa Mafn. ra. t kii. I ' '
Chair Cam, and Uaaet nf U aeon Rlv "fl Ltriln4 on pn. lv twK ar n l . -'
fa) fcltrasaA, Cmtactl BiurTa, nod Ocr atia, sr-ti rM hvr-o.ii.irjr Coaar ' -'
Kor-.ci hiutve, SiD, matt halaa CLacaaro weel Cc4carv .rtn. l- "'.
trvd Puarblo, vria 4c Joakspo, or Kaoauaa c"uy w4 TuSMta r ri.4 '
H (lumlaLli r rp.a.s aU a i a Ii n 1 1 1 ttouraa ri Ot aiiaoutl I i "
Caiihrt-ni Krcura.one djuiy, wttn CiiOICK Or BOU1F-9 U sx.i Ir-"
laa . Oird.n, PorvaisdU Lost mjr, mjui Fan) t"rTM .-o 1 am L i Lt
UhiB So nasi froua Pine's asemtxatt, Owraaaa oi Uie LMKia, Uae t..-At
uaas, saosI Bxaantc OrBriaevura cat OoiotaMAO.
VIA THE ALCZnT LEA ROUTE,
BoWd r-r... Trmlasi daUy tUBMS CmHr-mmrt aaad atinn.aroIe and f Pead
vtta1 wOT kc-timr g Cbaar Care ( ..u la end trotn Um prsnta
KsBMSt.ir. broug-n Cr.au r Car and Slassrase tsinsss Psora. Fptrrt !
and bloat W,v. wtsTkacfe iaianeL Ttve rasrorStaB tunas ta Pu rrnia. Va, aur
svenrn, t.ox rsOa, and Lbs) tHiinnar heatarvn aad BtsBbaeT aai 1
Orousda c-f tn. hortbeist
TUB f lOCT tJKB VIA BKbTBCA 1WD CANRAJCrTl offaew farttttl-e tA
tawsal bstv'a C.rtnaau. fry! iap astral ,a, laravaaea.,, aod Coubcsi suuiis, as.
Jtaa.nh, Abe- -o-a. A-a.v- wnrktA, - n C:l . t' ii rr nil a. asA tt i'-i-
ror" ... r i
DAVIS & CO,
Pip, Hrass Cooii, ll!.;
llo. Fir- Brica. i t
DEAN STEAM PUV.PS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10F.S
Ws rearlaw evry aaw yawf.i. ai a :.,,.
Twriy da urla'. terr-- i.h ,,' ,.
Safety llcaling IkiiAt-rs an4 . --.
furnishing eal la)it.g A'v'.t. i 1
1711 fit.aT Air
i Ilea. Bewail i. i.nii.i. ia.
COMPLETE IN ALL
rear CaUlorurs Addnaw
J. O. D TJX CAN,
aod rmmumm Past aa4 irsn rf 0 o
aa s4 from CMcaso. .1nl.i, C '
nn1 Ir'inasfiisi anil, in anT T
n tla IN ill A w 7tlkrm rv