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BILL NYE ANSWERS ANOTHER BATCH
OF ANXIOUS INQUIRERS.
rnW twcle About Calvary, Ubay
Prison. Managerial Prevarlcatore sad
the MeKlnl.y BIII-SIt "-
lOopyVUt, ISM lor w Sve I
The following notes and iuquinea are
waitfuz for tvply this month, and I hasten
to atti-nd to t em in this issue of the pa
per. Others are in band, bat spice will
forUJ rny attention to them for some
time at loast, if cot ven longer than
Hint: ' " " '
ilr. St. Clair Hinckley, of South Man
dan, irrites to know "if it is really true
that company baa been organised to
acuuire titlo to Calvary for exhibition
purpose, and if no, briefly, what are the
particuKw? la Libby prin on exhibi-Hon--
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8uoh a ayridi. ate an unpardonable
lyndicata baa btt-n formed in London
with Kir Arulruw Clarke as the head.
It is not always the Yankee who bnya
op holy ground for anch purpose.
The Idea 'is to pnt a barbed wire fence
around Calvary and other places of sa
cred interest and charg an admission.
Whether Kiralfy will jo've his upeitacn
lar abow inside the incloanre every even
ing, closing with a ballet, 1 do not know;
but the sultan has (minted to tne new
corporation apwial privilrffs in Asiatic
Torkey and Palestine. So that those
who desire to sec thm sacred spot before
admission in clmr'd should lose no time
in (coins- ,
Certainly the Cnnitnercial spirit has
advanced with rapid strides during the
pHxt 2,)K years. Some time ngo a man
livinK in California whose wife had been
dead for ten years removed the body
from its original place of bnrial, and on
npeuing tliu casket it was found that the
body was completely petrified. The
bnaband, who had low? wished to pay a
visit to his old home iu New England,
therefore started out, jrivintf exhibitions
of the body Id order to pay expenses, as
be waa a poor man and had not visited
his boyhood Imnie for many years.
He did well, traveling in good style
all tbe way, and taking his time to make
the trip and see the sights. Reaching a
town of some size, he would get out some
dodger, hire a riuk for a day or two
and do first rate. His attraction waa
tractable, easily managed, no board to
pay, no quarrels, no late hours or dissi
pation. All was comfortable, quiet and
respectable. It partook of the solemn,
tearful nature ot a public funeral, with
tbe comforting box office reportaof "Tbe
People came from a long distance to
tie the twtrified pttrtner of the door
trader, who was bathed in tears. People
Who had infested funerals for years
oame and brought their families. Also
their dinners. They speak of it yet with
A friend of mine, who is a sort of sci
entist; sort of a self made scientist who
baa kept it very quiet, shrinking as he
does from publicity, the publishers also
shrinking from publishing his writings,
asked tbe husband if it would be possi
ble for the advancement of science to
obtain at a reasonable tignre a toe or fin
ger of the remains. He had no hope of
doing so. but he was that kind of man.
Be Would do anything in the world for
science. So the impresario broke off
finger as you would divide your stick of
peppermint candy with a friend, an
ben the scientist took out his check
book to adjust tbe claim, and asked
rather apprehensively what the price
Would be, tbe stricken man said: "Well,
of coarse I don't know what I'd ort for
to charge ye; bat do yon think six bits
wouia be too much?"
He was like everybody who is careful
of small matters, via., an ass iu heavy
transactions, iieconiu Just as well have
charged the scientist $$ as 73 cents.
Did yon ever see a skinflint who could
successfully operate on a biir scale?
On second thought, however, there is
a notable exception comes to my mind
now. It is a nan in New York who is
worth at least a score of millions of dnl.
lara, and yet he hangs around in the de
pot sometimes for hours waiting for
some one to put a nickel in the slot of
the little locomotive model, so that he
can hear it play and "see the wheels go
roona. i wice tie has maddened me by
hub course, we knows my weakness.
D. V.-. .1. . v . ...
un uuna wiui i cannot pass a slot ma
chine, even if it be out of order, without
monkeying with it, and ao he follows
me around at the depot sometimes for
boors, hoping I will start one up.
I CA.SNOt pAd8 A SLOT MAOHLVK.
Art em oa Ward used to tell about two
New England brothers who met after a
separation or ten years and aula ted each
other as follows: ,- . t s
"Hullo. Henry! By George, how be
Oh, tolable fer an old Ul -n. JoW be
"Wall, l.ar to iniddliu'. '."out's the
"Oh. uawthin' spesbaL 'Member that
old Doss I used to hev'
ono: i is, yia. or cuius. What of
mm? is be dead:"'
"No. I r ld him!"
"Yis. Uot t-130 faw him."
"Well. well, welll Must nwV niiilraut
np a snckah, didn't ye? Who did ye sell
"Guess.- . "
"My patience! I never could guess in
fawry years. Who d'je sell hiin tew,
" Well, sir, I sold him to mothnh." -A
Americutia we allow few other na
tions to outdo ua in thnt, but I admit
that lately several f them have the
Berlin a while ago,
wnen the pna.sion turned out to do
honor to Von Moltke, the thrifty Ger
mans, turned their cwta inside ,mt e
: it sprinkled during the march
and avvaralong comes an English syndi
iiV2 r'Hl I"" t inclose and
on the site of the crw ilixion.
Libby prbwn U rme-d now to Chi
cago and is exactly reproduced. It is
also one of the best war mnseums lii the
ntry . Among other things there 1
noticed -recently a picture of Gen. a
Hriso,., taken lnaP times, as JiUey
piain. if tt had bevn nsed fiurW the
wK.f lm, 1 the Salt
wonkl hava been different. '
The uniform was no doubt made has-'
ttedaiTlm,bt bMB bittCTy -jetted
since by the man who did it It
was put on hurriedly also. I would say
lipon hearing the call to arma. The
Sleeves are made long, so aa to obviate
the necessity for mittens, and should
have been rolled nP before the picture
was taken. The trousers are made full
at tbe hips and gored, evidently for an
Englishman, while the 1 jra of the coat
, U itiii and prebensi: .
In the picture Gen, Harrison wears his 1
hair long, and his whiskers strive in vain j
to look warlike.; The pictnre does sot
inspire one with awe. Many go to look
at it because it is said to be his only pho
tograph in uniform. But few are awed
by it Many hundred go away appar
ently pleased about something. If I
were Geo. Harrison I would bny it at an
early date and conceal it I would hot
mind tbe price. -
a Q. G., Dallas, Tex., writes: "I Bee
that yon are advertised to lecture in sev
eral Texas cities this season. - Is it true
that yon are to be here this season?"
No, it is not true; at least, I think not.
After the rennion and camp fire of the
men who think they are managing me
of coarse I can tell better. One man es
pecially is quite obnoxious to me in this
way. He makes engagements for me
and then consults me about it afterward.
He made a triumphal tour for me again
this year before eaying anything to me
about it, and when I refused to go he
wrote the committees that I waa danger
ously ill. The letters are how coming
in on every mail inquiring about it
This party has every year asked me if he
might join the joyful multitude of men
who manage me, bat I have annually re
quested him to let my affairs alone. He
does not seem to be able to control him
self, however; so this year he planned a
preliminary farewell tour and contracted
with quite a number of cities.
Then he came blithely to me and asked
me to throw up my other engagements
and go. I hate to have these misunder
standings, and "would rather follow my
manager to his grave" than see him act
Mastodon, South Brooklyn, asks: "Can
yon not say a word against the dark
closets and clothes presses which infest
this country? They make me very hot
sometime. Oh! will you not throw
light on the dark closet? I cannot think
of anything more poignant than of a
nervous man in a dark closet trying to
find the key . to the wine cellar in his
wife's other dress, when he fears every
moment that she will return and dis
Yes, the nnlighted and ill ventilated
clothes closet is a most disagreeable
feature of our modem civilization, and
I feel like rising as one man to protest
against it. It is not healthful. It is not
convenient. It is not nice. '
A friend of mine tbe -other day was
called hurriedly west. His wife packed
bis grip for him, and hastily throwing
his overcoat over his arm he jumped into
a close carnage and lit out As the train
sailed out of the depot a friend on board
"Going to Chicago?"
"Expect to go out a good deal there,
"Oh, no. Going on business."
"Ah! thought you would probably
mingle in tbe giddy whirl a good deal
"Well, I see you have your dress suit
on your arm.
Sure enough, he had thought he bad
his satin lined overcoat over his arm.
and was on his way to Chicago with a
dress suit instead. It was r. case of dark
closet I dislike this ins.afcation, and
nope tne uay 19 not tar distan'. wben air
and light will be admitted to the clothes
closets of this country, so that poor,
weak man will not find himself in church
at evening service wearing his wife's
crocheted petticoat around his neck.
because it is annoying to those who are
sensitive to ridicule.
Eltingville, Staten Island, asks who
was the author of tbe popular
entitled "My Dad's Undershirt."
IU poem was written by Willis B.
Hawkins, then on The Chicago News.
The Chicago News has so manv beauti
ful and brainy things from 'Gene Field's
pen that everything funny and bright
that is unsigned is apt to be credited to
Mr. 1eld; but this poem was written by
Hawkins. It was, in brief, a funny de
scription of how the flannel lingerie of
the old gentleman gradually aJJJSk to
uircii wo ueiuHuus 01 me eiuer son, tnen
the second, and so on till the baby closed
It was credited to Mr. Field, and a big
flannel manufacturer, who had the honor
of shrinking his goods before they left
ineiaciory, sent bun a bolt of bright
rea nannel, not for its intrinsic value.
uui as a recognition 01 genuine genius
Whenever 'Gene desired to make Haw
kins hot he would pull up his sleeve and
show him the nice warm wristband of
bis unshrinkable flaunels.
Aunty Scorbutic, Plainfield, N. J.
asics: "V bat do think was the cause of
the great political change last election?
w as it because people did not under
stand the McKinley bill?"
No, I think not I am a Republican
with tariff reform tendencies, and I am
quite sure it was not because the people
laueu to understand the bill. That is
nVnm.M . . - ...
i.uugiug me American nation witn a
degree of ignorance which 63,000,000 peo
ple could hardly possess, it seems to me.
iWhenllived in Wyoming I ran for
the legislature. I was defeated. On
cotmting the votes, it occurred to me
that the people of Wyoming had a polit
ical or personal repugnance for me and
did not desire to have me legislate for
It waa not because they misunderstood
A charming little brochure is just out
containing gems of oratory from Inger
soll, Blaine, Daniel Dougherty .and
Chauncey M. Depew. They are the ma
ture thoughts of these ereat men. and
are entirely new, never having been pub
lished before or even publicly delivered.
The Iwok contains about 300 pages,
Well printed and carefully and neatly
bound. It is compiled by an old stenog
rapher who was for ten years an after
dinner cabman, and thus was enabled
to hear and take down some of the ora
torical gems which these eminent gen
tlemen afterward wished that thev. had
expressed at the dinner. The author
asks me to kindly withhold his name.
Naturalists have lomr hwn .r,,r..
with those enternriains sea nnnirt,int.
cut their way Into bard roots, trchins
provided with a borinjt amnntn. v,.
.eu lounu on tne snores of .France, Eng
land, Algeria, the Aiihm . 1.1
anda, California. Panama. A,n.i; ...
.uu ra-euuy on tne island ot Grand
iuanan. N. B. It amfns ,. j, .1
their talent with soma of tU....n. Tt.
.muia, 01 eourse, oore rocks out of water.
,oc compact, blackish gray lime
stone waa reoontlv aent fmm r', .,;..
to the Academy of Sciences in Paris The
stone was riddled with hemispBiericnl per
forations. At the end of. h r
small arched paaaagea aaspt aanail, aHelix
The specimen waa nut in tH
gallery at geology la October. The jour
ney from Aleeria had not distnrw i.
tenants, and they passed a quiet winter.
One day in Mav whiln th.
sketched they suddenly roused themselvesl
came out and would have crawled away
had they not been captured.
A scientist decided the ....
whether they eecreted an acid which cor
roded the atone, or ant. thoi v.
w.t " tructtra in the feet, in this
way. He killed a snail by holding it under
water, took it from its shell aud put it into
aulphurtcacid. All the animal
aolvedby theacid. Thin waa washed away
The hard, lrremiliu' min. : . .
ly flint. There waa ot coue 7
as to where In the body of h aoaU they
bad been, but it is reasonable to aoppom
that they composed tbe structure by which
no caa uoreu noies in tu umestone.
A 8aMsfatory Interview.
Editor You offered yourself to
daughter last night, you say.
Squibb Yes, sir.
"Did yon compet e yourself for that
"I did; yes, sir."
"You are sure von hadn't been the
rounds, aud declined with thanks several
Quite sure, sir."
"My daughter foitn l yon available.
"She accepted me; yes, sir."
"Well, a profesonul humorist is a
funny man for, my daulit.T to marry,
mid yon have rny blessing. Check will
follow m too. Pack.
A SIlsM Krror. . r
"We'll h;ivc to disiiene with your ser
vices after to-fciv.' tiaid the editor.
"Wlitit's t!i matt or now:'" asked the
"Aren't you the man who wrota up
the cofUn holocaust?"
"Yes." -. '
"Well, we doii't want a mrtn who says
in that connection that 'fortunately none
of the coffins -wiss occupied, so no lives
were lost, " lour price is on a comic
paiier or in a lnnaiic asylum." Mun-
sey's Weekly. . .. ,
In tbe head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
L ke Hood's Sarsapsrill a.
Which purifies the blood,
Mak;t tbe weak strong.
Try it now.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
r . i. Chekky & Co., Props.. Toledo, O,
We. tbe underxigned, have known
F. J. Chenev for the Uss fifteen vears
and believe b:m perfecilf honorable in all
bnainess transactions and finnneiully able
to carry out an; obligation mi.de by their
Waldino, Kinkak & Marvin. Wholesale
Drueuists. Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon tbe blood and mu
eous surface of tbe svstem Ptice ?5e
per bottle. Sold by all drugirnxs.
Fain and dread attend the use of moot
cslarrb remedies. Liquids and su"ufts ire
uoDleasant as wtll as daogeroua. Elf's
Cream Balm is safe, pleastat, easily to
plied into tbe nostrils, and a sure cure
It cleanses tbe nassl passxges and heals
tbe inflamed merabiane, giving relief at
once, frice 50c
A man can easily have his own way
not wanting it. ,
Hard Coal Market.
$7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivers 1 within city limits, 25c
per ton discoutit for rash. Indiana black
(4.50 and Cannel coal $6 per ton delivered
cartage added on all orders for lesa than
one ton; carrying in 25c per ton extra.
E. G. Frazer.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Blood is thicker than water,
and must be kept pure to
insure good health.
Swift's Spkcific is natures remedy
for this purpose. "
It never to fails elimnate the impur
ties and build up the general hea'lh.
There is only one Swift's Specific,
and there is nothing like it '
fie sure and get the genuine,-
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseaaea
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga
lawi r "
ASK YOTJR GBOCKR TOE IT.
Cheapest and best place In the paper for
"Wants," -Lost," "Sale" and "Rent'1' notices.
Only one-half ceut a word, everybody reads this
-column Try It. -
ATOUNtt MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
to do ebons for his board this winter.
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, bouvht. sold
or exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
tored at Southeast corner Perry and Third His.,
' TTT ANTED A Arat-claas General Manager for
V V this city and viiinltr to introduce tbn- l'h.
Plan" of Accident Insurance It combines all
the advan ages of the -'old line" and tbe mu
tual' systems. Terms most liberal ; address
W. D. CHA3K, 8ec'y, Geneva, N. T.
J. M. BEAKDSLET,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T.
worthy, 17 Second Avenue.
JACESOS tc IICKST, '
,'i TTORHSTB AT LAW. Office rn Rock Island
i AMaUonal Bank Biiiklius, Rock Island, 111.
a. d. swataci. .0. t. WAMcaa.
SWEE5ET ft WAIKEK,
'k TTOKKKY8 AND COTjN3ELLOR8 AT LAW
.- iAOatee In Bengston's block. Rock Island, Hi.
McEMBT ft KeESIBr.
MTTORNEY'8 AT LAW Loan money on good
a.-ecuni7,iuite collections, reference, Mttcn
ell Lynde. bankers. Ofnee in Fostorhce block.
THE DAILY XBtiVH. ;
XfO BALE EVERY EVENING at Cramptos's
'1 News Htand. Five cents per copy.
SDKS. RUTHERFORD ft BCTLEB.
fffRADTJATES OF THE ONTARIO VETERNA
Ury eollege, Vetemary Physicians aap Burgeon.
Officei Tlndairs Livery stable; Residence: Over
Asters Bakery, market square. '
WMi 0i KL'LPj D. DiS.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms M, 7, SS and S9,
Taae eBsaatoT. DAVENPORT. IA.
BOCK ISLAND AHQU9, WEDNESDAY.
jMC IJIBTRATOB'S NOTICX.
' ' Ss ate of George J. Zlagler, 4ea4.
Inrator if ths estate ot George J. Eiesler.lale
of the o antjr of Bock bland, state of Illinois, de
ceased, wreby gives notice that be will appear
before tl e county cocrt of Rock IsHad coantv, at
fruw vuv 1 vi nn mm sunn, in toe city ot
1 mua, at uw reoraarr term, oa taa ant
Moods in February novu it which rimo n
persona having claims SKainst eald eeuta are no
tified as 1 requested to attend for the purpose of
having tee same adjusted. All parsons Indebted
toalie Ute are requested to aaaka lauedista
paymea to the nnderslaned.
uaiea mis ana osjr i ueeemoer. A. T. V90.
FRANK H. ZUULEB. Administrator.
Ksfato of Henry C. Whitrldge. deceased. "'
The a Mlenlirned. havinf neea amwiated
erntrix 4 the last will and torts mem-uf Henry O.
Whliridfe,lteofthe coonty or Rock Island, state
of Illint is, deceased, hereby gives notice that he
wm oeiure tne coamy coon 01 kock isl
and con ny, at the ofllce of the clerk of said
eoort,h the city of Mock Island, at thejaouary
term, a 1 the First Monday In Jnnusry next, at
which lime all persons having claims against
said el ate are notified and requested 10 at
tend for the porpoM of having the aame adjast-
m. a 1 iwretms inaeotea to saia estate are re-
uested to make immediate payment to the aa-
Datee this 13th day of November, A. T., 1B89.
CH kRLOTTE A.WH1TRIDUE. Kxaenulx.
17-d4w . - ,
f o Whom it may Conoien.
Notice Is hereby riven, that at the December
term, A. D I8u0, of the county court of Rock Isl
and cot nty, state of Illinois, the undersigned, a
gnardM a or Nary Ann Lee, Klisa I ee, George Lee
Robert F. Lee and Florence J. Lee. restden.s or
ia coi n'y, and minor children of William Leo.
deceaai d. will etmlv to said eoort for leave to sell
the esti te, title and Interest of said miners In the
Touowi ig ren etate sitasted la the coonty of Pe
otia, st ae of Illinois, to-wit:
Tbet adlviiled one-fourthof the northwest qnsr
ter of xectkra nve, 5L tnnhip ten, flO, nortli
range x HI east of the fourth urlnctDal meridian.
except St acres n the northeast corner or said
qnat tt section, said spplicatlon will be made for
the pur poee or otherwise Investing the proceeds of
ine bsm . 01 saia minors' mtereet in said Isnds.
kock irisno. Illinois NovemherTtb, 1HV0.
ROBERT LEE Gasrdtan si sfortesid
Qhancery notiok. v
STA'K Of ILLINOIS,-
Root ISLiH. C UNTT. t"
To the January Term A . 1891, CtrcaRCourt,
01 ss -n county, in t;Daticery.
Jooeph McKeynolds cninnlainant. vs. Poeh Jfc
neyrv.as. .erne iwcKeyn ras, noses u vieii-s
Itren on R. We'la, Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
Rich orison, Eugene A Lsncanter,. Jobb O. Car.
roll, Abraham r-trftuw, Hni(o Goodinau, ltnoa
1 oik on aud Kuwia hose, defendants Fore
To tl e aNve named defendant. Orlo W. R-eli-ardson
and Kuene A. Lancasler. Notice is bota
ny given that the above entitl-d csnse i now
neiHlin - in said conrt aeainut vou aud the other
ueiene tine sonve nan-fi, uiat a sua.mons in chan
cery h s been tspned Ihereiu against you dire-ted
10 ie ? ucnu ui raiu couniv toexeciie. reinruanie
to the laoitary Term. Kl, of said court, to U
heirun ind holilen at the court honse in the eliv
of Hoc t Island Iu said eonnty on Ihe first Mondy
1 jnouar), next, at wuh niiuie and place yoa mill
Kock Maod, Illinois, November 14. 1S90.
Gr ORGK W. GAM HLB. Clerk of saM Court.
1 . ... m II it...... . t f ..A.r,.,.
STAT i OF ILLINOIS, ' u
In the Circuit Court. January term. 1801 .
Emms Albrtcht vs John Al rlcht la C'haucery.
Amcavitof non-residence of the above naraod
defem ant, John Albricht, having been died in lite
cierk omreortne circuit court 01 said county,
notice is therefore hereby ffiven to the said John
A 1 brie it defendant, that the complainant dlud
ber blli of complaint in said conit, on the chancery
side tl creof, on thn92ud dsy of Hoveuibcr 1 Ao,
and th t - hereupon asnmmoas issned onl or said
conrt, wnerein said suit Is now pt-nding relurn
ableoit the Unit Monday in tbe uton h of January
next, t sis by law reailred Now, unless yon. the
said Jobn Albricht, defendant, above named,
shall leraonally be and apfiear befftre sai 1 circuit
court, u the drat day of ihe next term thereof, to
te boMeu at Hock Mland In and for the said conn
ty, on he Unit Mondoy in January next, and plead,
anawe ' or demur to tbe Hald cotunWlnant'a bill of
complaint, the ssme snd the matters and things
ineremcuargea ana staled wn be taken as con
feased . aud a decree entered against you accotd-
101? l inepraveroi saiuDtll.
Rocl:lslaud Illinois. Nov. 4th. 1SD0.
GKO. W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Met KiRT.t McEk rt. Comp't 80!
CCEIVES S SAUK.
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rot a IsxaHD Coomtt,
In ths Circuit Court In Chancery.
John 1'eetx, administrator cum teatamento annexo
of tl e estate of Bailey Davenport,deceaaed, vs.
the , lock Island and Milan Mreet Railway Com
pany. Charles H. Stoddard, i. F. Robinson,
lira ire Hurst, Peter Fries and J . 6. Mato
Jobn Peeta. administrator cum testaraento an
nexo of the esiato of Bailey Davenport, de
ceaed, vs. the Rock Island A Milan Stn-et
Railway Company. Kara Wilcher. Jobn W.
Stev art, James at. Mi ntgimery, Edwin G.
Fras er, Levi sharp Frederick Weyerhaeuser,
Frwierk-k C. A. Denkmaoo, William P. Hal
liga u Ross Woodmansee, Thomas S. Silvia,
Lou s V. Eckhart and John . Downing.
Geo-ge Downing, Sr., James Downing and
Ihonaa Downing, partners etc, aa Downing
Not ce Is hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree e f the circuit coon In and for the coonty of
Rock Island In tbe state of Illinois, entered in the
above entitled causes on the Thlrtieta 9Utb day
or Se lemher, A.D , 1690, 1 shall oa Saturday, tbe
Bute. 18 day of December. A. D., IHSO. at the
hour of tea 101 o'clock In tbe forenoon of St. id
day at the north door of the court bouse In the
city of Kock Island la said county of Rock Island,
sell, ( tnbjeet to the approval of and confirms: Ion
by said circuit court. at public auction to tbe
blgbet bidder or bidden upon the terms harein
afier nd In said decree mentioned, all Ihe rail
way of said defendant tbe Bock Inland Milan
Street Railway Company, said railway extending
from ' he corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue In said city of Rock Island brrough aud
along the streets and avennes of aald city to a
point st or near tbe southern limits of saia city,
and tlenee over tie right of wsy and In nan over
and a 00 certain roads and highways la the lovn
of 801 th Rock Island to and over the or dgea now
ow nel by tbe said city of Rock Island spanning
Rock river between the town of Hears aad lbs
town of Milan, and thence over and along certain
street s and public grounds In said town or city of
Milan to Its terminus therein and Including tbe
branc a extending from the tewn of Hear afore
said 1 1 the nigh point on the bluffs of Rock rlter
known as Black Bawk'a Watch Tower, togetlier
with nil said railway company's right of way, roal
eststt, lea-ea, road-bed, track, aide-tracks,
switc MS, iron, ties, engine aad station bouses,
bams, motors, rolling slock, cars, horses, ma
chine ry, tools. Implements and belongings and all
said railway company's property, appliances and
apputtensneeaof every sort, kind and description
athat-oever now belonetng to and owned by said
defendant railway company. Including those now
Iu the possession or control of Frederick Haas,
beret 4ore appointed receiver herein, aad all inch
wbiel may hereaft-a- and prior to sack sale be acquire-1
by him, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
be Ion lng 10 said street railway company now In
the hi nds of aald receiver and all such as may
arise rom or grow out of tbe use of said latlway
propeny anu iranenises. or may come to aa a re-
reive- prior to his surrendering possession of said
ranwt.y anu property aa ny saia decree nrovidrd
logetlrwith all the rights, privileges and fru
cutset' or said defendant railway company to
maim tin and operate IU said railway and carry on
Its badness, and to maintain and operate lis aald
railwi y over, along, across snd through the a recta.
alleys, roada and pnnllc grounds of said clt of
Rock Island, aald town of M lis
01 no un jiuca isiana, ano over ana along the
said I ridires spanning Rock river, and all other
rlpbtr , privileges and franchises what-oever ne
longli g to or connected with the said railway com
pany; all of said railway, premises, property,
right and privileges being situated in the county
of Ha k Ieland aforesaid said sate being subject
never -faeless to all liens lor laxesoraaaessmei la,
gener d or special, which may have accrued and re
main hereon prior to such sale.
TE (MS OF SALE. Ten thousand ?10,M01
dollar tin caaq down at the time of said sale, and
the re nalndrr npoo the approval and confirmation
of sue 1 sale by said circuit court.
Bat ;d at Rock Island, Illinois, this 5th day of
November, A. D..IW0.
Receiver and Special Master In Chancery.
The sale mentioned In the above and foregoing
notiot Is hereby postponed to take place on Tues
day tl e Sixth dsy of January, A. D. 1881, at tbe
hour 4 ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day at
the p ace and on the terms mebUoned la the
above and foregoing notice.
Datod at Rock Island. Illinois, this Sixth day
of D tuber, A. 0. 1390.
Receiver and Special Master in Chancery.
warms o- (
$200.00 and Upwards
: Fo aale, secured on land worth from
lhreetofive times tbe amount
; ,T of the loan.
lata rest 7 par cent semi annually, collected tad
remit ad free of charge. :
4 K W. HURST,
Attobitbt at Law
Booail and 4 Maanutc Temple, '.j
; ROCK I8L&XD. ILL
:R. R. TICKET-
! V AND BTKAXaBIF 1
CM anber American Ticket Brokers' Aasta) -RU
'TJOKD IlATXB TO au Poiwt.
TEX TRAYELERS tiCLDE. :
ilUIC'aGO. ROCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL-v-
way Depot comer Fifth avenae and Thirty
flirt street. O. II BksltoB, agent.
TRAINS. j tLsAVS. ItAaatva.
Council Bluffs aUnaeso- ( . Kn
UDavBxpress f )amj lO0am
Kansae City Day Express... B:6Q am 10:M pm
Washington Express I pa It M pm
Council Bluaa a Minneso-1 eM.
taExpress f "P "
Council Bluffs Omaha i M4U
Limited Vestibule Ex.. ( nt At m nM
KaneasCity Umited........ l0:Upm Htaat
tGolngwest. t Going eaat. DaiIy.
BU8UNGTON ROUTE-C B. V. RAIL
way Depat First avenne and Bixteenth st
at. J. Young, agent.
TRAINS. tun annrva.
Bt. Loaia Bxpresa..... :6 ami" i t am
Bt. Louis Express......,.:.. VH) pm T:1S pm
Bk Paul Express 6:4ApE T M am
Beardstowu Passenger S:Mpm !0:&am
Way Frelirht (Monmouth)... tita 1 :00 pm
Way Freight (Btsrlim;) ll!48pm 10:10 am
Sterling Patseuger... 7 AO am 6:S pm
Dnbogae lu:3S am (:03 pm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE BT. PAI L RAIL
way Racine A Southwestern Division Ie
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenge. K. 1). W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Lvava. Aaaiva.
Mad and axpre. ........... 1:45 an tt.Oupav
8U Psnl Expr ss.A S:l&pm 11 am
n st Accon modatl m :00 pa 10 :10am
s-t aeeon mod at loo T:Hoair S:l"pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB-"
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAINS. Lav. lABvrt .
Fast MaSl Expross. 1:15 ami 7:3(1 pm
Express J:tOam, IM pm
Cable Accommodatlea SMOam S:00 pm
4:00 pm 8:06 am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and ?o ah Eat
8 5? pm
8 IS am
8 Ml am
5 IT pm
4 57 pm
4. 10 pm
8 15 am
ar.. Orion .lv
V rw 1
10 H) ant
11 86 am
II 18 am
10 00 ant
8 45 am
M. Louis, Mo
7 66 pm
e .15 am
t ail put
Passenger trams arrive and depart from L'nioa
Accommodation train leaves Rock Island S:45
p. m. arrives at Peoria Hit. m Leaves Peoria
7:18 p. m. arrives at Work Island 1 a. m.
M -JO am
6 40 pm
Lv. Rock I'land ......
Arr. Reynolds. ...T..
Ac -om. 1 d'lAAcl Accom.
8 I am 18 f6 pml 8.45 pm
7.10 a n; 1.45 pml 4.25 pm
8.05 am' a.00 pm! 6.a0 pm
" Kock Island....
Chair ear on Fast Express between Rock Island
and Peoria In both dlreolions
H. 8. 8UDL0W, K. 8TOCKHOmE.
Snperintendent. Gen'l Tut. Agent.
"AST M 4IL TRAIN with Eleetrlc lighted end
Steam heated Vestibnled trains between Chi
cago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Minneapolis.
TRAN-CONTIN SNTA L ROUTE with Elee'ric
lighted and Steam heated Vestibnled trams be
tween Chicago aad Council Bluffs, Omaha or
St. Paul and the Pacihc Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL RoTTTE between ChlcaiO
Kansas City and St. Joeepk, Mo.
6700 MILE OF ROAD reaching an principal
pointe In Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota. Iowa.
Missouri, South Dakota and North Dakota.
For maps, time tables, rates of pasaaga and
freight etc, appiy lo the nearest station agent
of the Chicago. Milwaukee at St. Paul Railway, or
to any railroad agent any where la the world.
ROSWELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
General Manager Gca'l Paaa. A T, Agt.
twFor Information in reference to Lands snd
Towns owned by by the Ch.eago. Milwaukee at
St. Paul Railway Company, write to H. G. Hit
gen. Land Commissioner Milwaukee. Wisconsin.
Dr. S. E. UcCREARY
' (Late of Cincinnati, Ohio.) .
Baa Permanently Located in
In the past six months he has successfully
of the most aevere character.
Tbe names of a few who live hi Davenport aat
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given below :
Mr A LPam, Mrs Mary Watson, rheumatism;
miss Lisste aace. Mr John Bpeiker, caiarrh:
Miss Anna Davis. Mr Wa Sankeif, scrofula; Mrs
J A W laner, Mr F L Ma onhamer. heart disease;
Mrs F W Marshall, til years standing) piles;
Mr Samuel Sjeieea, 118 . - piles;
Mr Islah Do'y ( 7 ) olles;
Mrs May W'endt. J A Wright, Sarah Munson,
Frank Hayes, Wm McGranahan, N K Thompson,
Tbeee are a very few of the manv tetim.i1a
the doctor has, but they are ensngh to show what
can be done by one who thoroughly understands
lueeause ana irearmeni ot aisease.
UfLoKS of Manhood, Seminal Weakneea. and
Errora of Youth,, positively aad permanently
Posettlvely 00 case taken that eai.not be
enred. LXirrespondenee accompanied by 4c la
atampa promptly anawured
Office McCullongh'a New Eloek.
W. Third Street, near Main,
DAVENPORT. TA .
W. C. MADCKER.
Having purchased the
Property which he has had leBtled for the bo
tel bualnesa, la now prepared to accom
modate transient gaests.
Day and Regular Boarding
' at very reasonable prlcea.
Be Is also engaged la the
at the same place with a chclce lot of Groceries.
rarm produce a specially.
DECEMBER 10. 1h.H.
It will Pay you
ASK TOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
ii X til Ci
lias opened hli New and Spaciout
No. 1620 to 1626 Third avenne,
where tie would be pleased to see his friends.
r"All kind of drinks aa well as Ale and Porter, and tbe well known drink -H.lf and If" sa
only place In tbe city aba e yoa can get it. Roast
j. x. dixojst,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second AveDue.
Proprkitor of tb
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL HALL,
No. 1 80S 8 ECOND AVENUE
Imported Cigars s specialty. For a good Sc cigar call at the 'Arcade.'
IVT. E. MURRIN,
Dealer la ;
Choice Family Groceries
A Iratlasa stock of Groceries that will be sold
-or. -w. croiT-ES-
Dealer la New aad
Second Hand Goods
Bay, sella and trades any article. A eorclalty mads of Jewelry ,
No. 1614 8ecoad Avenae.
Maaaractorrr ef all ktnda ef
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
Genta' Fine Shoes s specialty. Bepalrmg aoee as ally aad promptly .
A share of yoer patronage respectf ully solicited.
161S Second Avenne. Roek Island. IU.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AIDFACTTEKE OF CE&CKXU AID BlaCTTITt.
Ask jour Grocer for them. The are best.
T Spec! alt lea; The Christ j "OTatia" and the Christy "WAriE,"
ROCK ISLAND. ILL-
(Sacceasor to Oblwstlsr Spllger)
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third avenne, btwen 10th and 11th street-,
(Fred Koch's old eland.)
aUTAll kinds ot Carpenter work and repairinE done. 8etifcioa aruaraauval.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 250C riflh Avenue. ROCK ISLAND
"New etoie, new Block, the best guods at the iowaat prices. A abate ef aalroears sollrtted
P. V7m HERLITZKAi
No. 229 Twentieth Street, next to Conrad BcbDeiJer's grocery, Rock Island
for One fitting
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made la the latest style. Aleo lepairing done wtlh aeataesa aad dispatch.
C. J. W. 80 Q REIN Ell,
-Contractor and Builder-
Plana aad speclacatlons furnished oa all classes of work. Alas agent of WUIcrl PaUaa. la
side sliding BUnda. eoaMthiag aew. stlWh and dlrabls.
. . ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
QEW KA L
- Han aact arersef
Bask. Doora, Blinds. Siding. Flooring.
Eighteenth at. bet. I alrd aad Poena eve.,
Protect Your Eyes.
MAEI03T OPTIOAL co'a
to Examine It
Tbe bare got Iu
It will make your borne happy.
It will not f aa or amoke.
It baa large tab pan.
It'haa bear ateel boly.
It keep lira all night.
it is TEE
tbe frraBdrst production of mod era tinea.
We invite yon to call aa eiainlae oar
immense line of Riverside Blorea aad Range.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
HAS RECEIVED BIS
No 1808 Second avenue,
Rocc land, III
Beef Lance every day from 10 to la.
avenue and Tweoty-Orst St., Ro:k Island.
at lowest living price
A share ef pabllc
AflaWyfra tXfHezK tm 1atcklaiff ltr
a" i aiisaa am awa- B WI1J pi
mmllf III I a- tatl
'- DAILY PRACTICE
saner ear sap rv ieioa. una each aalle peal
leaearawil( save mnary to order thelf Mas
Beokaafas Utte-thlrd e- of marked petee ca
aaeet awsse to s y an. Leave ordera, aamlrg
aaihor, at my ataesc r va, taut Bar aad aveaa.
Wa make a spedavrtv ef Irachiaa-
new te teara.
SM at lava Eradj Bt Daswawaet, la,
tta. C. A. ItasaaA
I, ' Js. ft hg Is mtiuinVdg.al
. J rX J Ja-tari. - rew'y h r
I t msmn M a 4 a I
m I 1T ' " . Hl.luwe.ai, ngn
f. kloMJL M.D,
Bed Room Sets.
Carpets. Curtains Etc
ARE NOW COMPLETE. .
twTC'all aad aea oar Iloe-
No. 103, 105 and 107 East Second St.,
J. B. ZIMMER,
-THE WXLt. KNOWN-
jVi erchant Tailor,
Haa jat relumed froai Europe and would be pleaard to a Lia frx-n.li a:
his place of baainees In
Star Block, Oppomtk Haeper Hucse,
FALIi AND WINTER SUITINGS
fur 1S90 91 kave beea received.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder.
ioe aad Shop Coraer rlewwatawaU 8t T I t- 1
salBevettalvtaaa, ' ' XVOCk I v land
BwT"An klade af Ar-sdc Wwrt a evscWHy.
House and Sign Painter.
rtr-i-cleeaaraielag aad Paper naaglaf.
P. O. Roe 673.
CTACQPaUaia-a-i WTTaT TSB OEOGaUPBT OP TKZ OfTraTTlT. V7TLL. rtTAIl
aaocai TA-OA-UE UrrOEMATlO
I I 1 XZTH
V I tic afli,bwLl""'
tci c::3r:o, n::x isu:d & pacific railway,
Inclodlnr aaais IJnesL bracha aad rtoaaicma Faet and Tet f
atlaaourl Klvar. Tbe Dirvot luruta to axid rrura Chicaaro. Jolt, wtv,
rjorla, La SaUla. Violin a. (Uxk Udand. la lIXJkOIA tav apart, Mu-",
Uttumwm, peraioc e, Im AIoIom, Wlntrt, Audubon, H avian. ai.d t -m-tv I
Bruffa. In ipWAWatinaeatDoua and St. Paul, la kiNasol i- a aiioa
ff floo; Paila, la PAKOTA-Camsrra, 6. Joseph, sad Kane fit.-. "
MlScVOU-l-Cia-a.Partu N F HRAPK A Hott-jtl Tor-
Hutchinson. TA-tcblla, BealemUey AbUna, CeJd.L In KSSAf-i ot.4
Crssk. lUpaTttabsa-. Port hsno. lo U INDIAN Tf RBirOKT and 4vo:rna
Bprlsffw, Ienv r, Puebles la COIyORAXKJ. FREE fWUnlsr C hair Vr u
a d from Cbioaco, Caidwell, Rutocuaoa, aod Dodra City, atd i -a iaoat- i'
loa Cara beHwama Calcsaro, WKjfaiUw and H-.tchinaovi. Trvrai i. . 1
vaan nraaa ot rtca gaariie svod arrmrlnar taada. aflorcurur u bew Ut : r
ot lalsrn irasnnnlooon to sul tow aa aa d citM i a at an d w as, awua-s'
a d eouUi wesK of Caicaero, aad Paoiuo aod traaeni imiu c rapwrtm.
MACaw.ns.2rr vcstisule express traiks.
Liaa-IneraJI I oc apertMoea to aplwdow car e-9ipraet, ront wwil r:t3.d.-i
Drwa froaa due. Th.ro oe-h Ceecbse, ruUa i-mnwa, ririf W- i.i.u-4
Cnalr-Care, mn taaert of hTiaaoairl aUvart timratr Care L dv hn-a :!..-
pa afoiiMm, CouaoU mliuia.amd OsaK ariio Ptm E-,minif 4:hair iv
Worth Platta, hiwb aod tt wa Ctuoaa aad Coi'iraoa ftninr. Ivurer,
and Pwat-ia, Tta St. Joe-pa, or fc eoaae OtT aad lor aa. t i.-tM.iJ l':'" I
tiocala Oumlsbinir moaja aal r -. n a M i bcmrU m -.1 of kiwm L,m.
CstllCornla i cu aooa datlr. anta ChtOtCH Of kCl KS to and from -
J-aa. srd a. Portlaad, Una Arsaiaa. aa
La at ta aod Brora f-taa'a fa a a. hsaaibou,
VIA Tli2 ALCZTT LEA ROUTE,
auw-.t . -lajoaia a atrtjararxi hinpw hstwsea psona. r-tr wa,
a - s a aa ssocas
f 14- I VTA B1CA
af - - I av -
v. c - sv
DAVIS & CO.,
A eeant'lelc -h of
Pi', lira) Ofwls. V.u4:
tlosf, Kir I?rick. Kn
8ot Agm Is l.w
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ar.d
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
We gasraatew ev-ry one tei;e-t. at.4 i '1 -. ;
Tweaty day a mat. te r- . .
8afrty Heating DoiWs and C'sjit-a"
furnishing aa 1 lavint? Wal.-r. ai 1
8 trer Pie.
1712 FihT in.
Tslepheae 1148. knsm1clii-tt la
COMPLETE IN ALL
Par Catlocsi Addrea.
T. C. DUNCAN.
I twaales far aO kHsV ef wetatoa
kof Pearth Ave. W4. flat aadSAi tt:,.
riOU A ET79T Of TaTia IU
aad aaa rrararfiiaoo. ins i r-r--
, Oanwi of Uaa Ooda, the t u tarr-
eWly tetmaeu Cfci i and mflaaaacnHa and ft. reul.
e-u- e C4r Cava o ) to saa rrawi Lhoaa txMt.ta
lee ltnu I im wa ' ir-
aa d Uaa hnanrssr fcs aorta aad Uuauoar aaa ttmuu
awn rtlltllrS .a j fartlltiwa
i sobs, Imnavwtta, swxj Council t.uSa. 84.
asCity. Winn sOTl'.a, a dt4, r-st.
- rad r enmooaj, mfnUf la aa XV-at
to I I
C V T 1,