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r,E.STS OF INDIA.
SPORTSMEN FIND PLENTY OF EX
Th Wild Hwr I fh Host and Bravest.
Th tr.llrt.ero. Acuta Sense of Bmll
and . narlM IN.Intu oa Hnntlns; tha
Of all Indian animal tha wild boar is
tha best and oravest. I have o a great
deal of him. having for many years hunted
Mm on horseback or with a line of ele
phant to driva him out of the thick
cuwrts. ao that other men well mounted
on fleet liormst might pursue aud slay him
with their nprnra. I won but au Indifferent
performer with the hott spear, and have-no
funta of prowess to recount, though I once
took a fi nt apeHr-where about ten other
men were eauer for that booor; but It was
a very strmll liosr, uud it was quite his own
fault that be foil Into my bauds, for I was
fitting Kfiiokintc at the end of a covert,
Just thinking of starting for home after
hluuk miirtiiOK, v lien the animal rushed
out nud In self defctiw 1 wan ubliwd to
apenr It. Jlw anry aome of the other
men were at my luck, though they did not
' all know hoar tiunnriutl It was.
It was most interesting to w.itch the
dodvtea and devices of a cunnlnn !d gray
boar as I stand in my bowdah and tried to
fret the elephants to drive him out At
point convenient for the rider. The boar
usually bad hit own ideas as to the line be
would takejf be were compelled to fact)
the open; but before commit to that last
resource ha would try everything else.
Perhaps it waa not heroic conduct on bis
part, but. he would swk to induce the old
fiit sow. hit wife, with her Infant progeny,
to (to out and show themselves as a blind
to the hunter. If there were any of bis
older Rons in the jungle he would roust
them from their hiding places and try to
drive them out. to become a vicarious sac
rifice. TJIK CUS.NISG BOAR.
He would lie down and hide himself In
an Incredible small patch of (trass, so that
tba elephants might paes biin by nnsus
pectlngly; or, if too carelessly pressed by
a loose liuo, he would charge right at some
loitering elephant's legs, and there are
very few elephnuts thnt will not flinch and
tarn aside from a wild boar's charge. It
needed much patience and watchfulness to
contend with all the wiles of the clover an
imal. I usually carried a gun loaded with
snipe shot, and a charge fired Into the grass
or bushes just behind where the boar waa
moving generally startled him. and If a
chauce pellet hit him he thought it best to
quit the covert and trust to bis speed to
reach some stronger shelter or swamp iia-
penetrattle to elephants and Morses.
It takes a very fast horse to catch a full
grown boar in a gallop over the open
plain, bat every experienced rider knows
that he must go as hard as be can if he
means to spear the animal. I shall not try
to repeat the oft told story of the mortal
combat that ensues. Oftentimes I could
see all the Incidents of the chase from my
nowunn. ror not unrrequeutiy tba bour
when overtaken would jink and come
round again to the jungle from which he
bad started. ben men ride really well
the boar seldom escapes, unless he baa the
luck to Hnd some deep swamp through
wiin.fi tuo norsea caunot roliow biru.
A full grown wild boar in Ijvt-er Beniral
is about thirty inches high, but they are
sometimes found as high as thirty-its
Inches. aul there Isaskeletunin the Indian
museum lu Calcutta of a boar that was
forty Inches at the shoulder. There is al
most as much difference in the anatomy of
a wild boar and a tame one as there is be
tween a man-of-war aud a merchant shin.
In the sire of the brain the wild boar has
a marked superiority, and perhaps this ac
counts for his grea'j courage, which makes
bun feariess of everything. One moraine.
looking out of a railway carriage, I saw a
wild tioar come cbnrglm? down at the nass-
log traiu, but he missed It, for the train
was going too fast for him, and he was a
tittle faampervd in forcing his way through
so wits railway renemg.
I had something to do with rhinoceros,
bat never succeeded in shooting one,
though. I sought them for three lima and
hot days under the guidance of tha best
sportsman in Assam, and I visited tbelr
bannts In the Sunderbnnds with men of
great local experience. But the rhinoceros,
like all big animals, has acute senses of
smelling and hearing, and makes off at
tba slightest indication of danger. We
had a large one In the Calcutta Zoo which
was very tame, and when it got a bad
abscess in the heatl, of which it eventually
died. It nsed to come and lie down to have
Its ear syringed by the veterinary nrgeon,
Whom tt learned to recognize.
There Were two line rhinoceros In the
rajah's menagerie at Hurdwau In the in
closure In which the crocodile were kent.
for the pond In which the crocodiles used
to swim served also as a bathing place for
me rnmoceros. one day a young pig
bad been turned Into the inclosure to be
come food for the crocodiles, and as these
animals don t travel very fast on land piggy
led them a lively chase, and at last, per
haps by chance, It took refuge under the
legs of one of the rhinoceros, which waa
looking on solemnly, but when the croco
diles approached the rhinoceros the latter
presented his horn and warned the croco
diles to be off. And so the pig survived
and grew up and lived for some months
under the protection of the rhinoceros.
THE CENTER OF THE WORLQ.
Pelade on the Carta's Surface Claimed t
He tha Teraalnl of the Glob- AiU.
For several rwnf nrlna r1,fTu,.r i-
' " , . W .le in
the Orient have rnnteetjvl with .....h ,i...
for the honor of being recognized as tha
.u.u ui our pianec viuite recently a
London EfeoCTanhm Inmnl nn 1 I....,.
work In which he tries to prove the British
metropolis to oe tne center of tbe landed
tnuuiapneres. Jerusalem and Delphi, not
withstanding the fact that neither of them
Is situated on the equator, have for ages
been the two great rivals In this mid spot
dlSCO BBlon. William Qlmn... T
tj i .HQ uiu-
don Society for Exploring Palestine, tells
us ..., xierr acuwK Jia sent home dravr
.UBS of the Jtrttftaln-i e-mt tt t k amr..i,
-- "a . nut IU
uihi, ui euurse, in tne Uroek I'hurch of
iua xioiy sepuiuner. not In the Latin
Tba spot is Identified less by physical
science than by prophecy. It is written In
the Psalms, "God is my king of old, work
ing solvation In the midst of the earth."
This can only refer to the scones of the
passion and of the holy sepulcher, and tha
midst of tbe earth must therefore be found
where the holy sepulcher is considered to
be by the Greeks. The belief that the cen
ter is there or thnnwlvima - M
It occur in a work by St. Ephrem, quoted
"J uuu wregory m reiercnoe to .Noah's
prayer. Here St. Ephrem say that Adam
was buried "in the middle of ta earth."
Homer calls Clypso s Island "the- navel of
the world, the center of all the seas." In
33schylus a certain round stone In the
temple of Delphi is tbe "navel," or center
of tbe earth, and here doe Orestes take
lefuge when pursued by the Euniraide.
Pindar has anticipated iEachvlus here,
and after an era Pausanlus (like Heir
Schick) had the pleasure of seeintr th raiiv
genuine central hub at IfalphL "It Is
made," he says, "of white stone, smooth
and polished, aud is the middle point of
the whole World." Delos, as well as
Delphi, violins to be one of the sacred
places perforated by the earth's axle, and
probably other cities, in ull ages, have
looked upon their sacred places as deserv
ing of the same distinction. There can be
no closer analogy, however, thmi that
which exlata lt.teu.T KU ..
- umi ui aujue lu
U Chnrch of the Holy Sepulcher at Jeru-
iCrT. " ' luo rounu, wbite stone
Delphi.-t. luis UcpubUc.
Htanliy and Artl.t ttmll.
.h-rk"JTPn n W"" "n "Jmlrable
ketcher. fertiV- in suggestion, and quick
at tatiug hiuts and notes, but aomehow he
always managed to irritute Stanley bv
ZtFm,-!mi?ah!d hl8 Ability
and the mischievous delight healways took
rT ik-mr"- '' x"mple, he
V. him to describe the method of getting
W?n, m how tbe led thedon
tl. :,e.dker!, (which waa
. . --vuv 01 tue water with
Zt V" '"'S vigorously with
other hand. "Yes," aai.i Uaiii "did
porter carry a riUe?" "Of course." aaid
bS i "ll1 ""O Which
1, li T "IT7 the rtfle- oeinK that one
band U already engaged in gnidin and
IlOlDlni? tha dunln . I l Y . :
j oiuer 10 swim-
. . a iiis was a sort
tvn which btanley did not appreciate.
The Lire of a Fa any Lector, ;, . J
The lecture platform (alack that It should 1
be so!) is oscome a booth In vanity Fair,
and they that stand therein have ware to
sell. And there be some of us standing i
the market place who mourn that the pas
serby may lament unto us. Some of tu
there be who pipe that the light of heart
may dance. . And ethers still are there,
good as tbe best of tbosa who ton, and
stand Idle, even until tha eleventh hoar,
because no man hath hired them.' But
alike are they all In tha market place, . The
lecture business is a "business." The lect
urer invests, comparatively 'speaking,
much in It. He eauses to be made a litho
graph of himself which resembles him "as
the mist resembles rain" or a silver dollar
resembles the Goddess of Liberty. He
compiles a book of "press notice," so uni
formly and extravagantly laudatory that
we might fear he stood in danger of tha
woe pronounced upon Ha when all men
shall speak well of as did we not suspect
that the press notices vadergo a rigid civil
service examination, and that only the fit
test for the business survive the ordeal of
natural selection. .
He salaries an advanoa agent, or nestles
Under the wing of a lecture bureau. He
provides -for himself many changes of
raiment, extra sandals and scrip for his
purse. He pays fall railway fares; often
lie travels hundreds of miles between en
gagements; he eata when he has oppor
tunity and there Is aught to eat; he goes to
bed when tbe committee is too sleepy to
sit up in his room any longer; he passes
sleepless nights -on freight trains; he en
dures, because he must, the maddening
roar and racket and rush and jar of rail
way trains day after day, months in suc
cession; he lives without companionship;
there is no time to read: he hears no lect
ures save his own, and of them perhaps he
grows a-weary. He attends no concerts,
no theatre; he sees little of his friends,
less of his family. Robert J. B unlet te in
, , v Stamp That Will Not Stick.
. Correspondents complain that the two
sent red stamp will not stick on their let
ters long enough to have them delivered
through the mail. Letters are received
duly poet marked, showing that the stamp
had been affixed, but quite devoid of any
pay stamp on reaching their destination.
Other stamps are heard from that come off
in the hand while they are being posted.
The letter goes off in the box, tho stamp
flatters off in the hand. You can wrap up,
aaya tine correspondent eWen cent special
stamp in a bit of prMSna. paper and it
will keep Ita stickiness, tar the mucilage
But if you wrap up your two cent red
etamp ia a similar paper, to keep them all
from sticking together, the result is bad;
stickiness goes out of them, and the
chances are that they will fall off your let
ter before it reaches Mr. Field's stamDinir
machines. Yet tbe para Sine paper is sup
posed to act, by its oiliness, precisely as
the less elegant plan of rubbing the stamps
as you buy them on tbe hair of your bead.
Is there any remedy for stick less stamps?
Certainly there is. The mucilage bottle, if
you have any doubts. You had better re
surface them in this individual wav than
to have the trouble of tearing them apart
when all glued together. Philadelphia
Marie BaohkirtaelTa Lingerie.
About her underclothing this interesting
young person was as wildly extravagant
as in other directions. She had all those
things made of the Snest linen lawn and
She was especially fond of Valenciennes
lace as being youthful and chaste. Tbe
style wbicb she always affected was what
the Frencli Ji,the virginal 0 young girl
ish. Doucet biade her underclothes as well as
her outer ones. They were horribly ex
pensive of course and she ordered quanti
ties of them.
Her wash bills were dreadful to contem
plate, and her Aunt Romanoff, who smoked
all the time and cared very little for un-
aerciotnes,. made , these wash bills and
Marie's constant - changing of lingerie a
topic 01 rrequentana amazed though un
Marie was very -liberal with all her
things, including her underclothes. For
instance, abe gave to Breslau, whom she
hated, but with whom she wished to be on
friendly terms, a Very fine old fashioned
unen bodice, trimmed with long ruffles at
the neck and sleeves, which she herself bad
been wearing at the studio. It cost 100
francs and Breslau, who was a poor and
practical young woman, accepted it with
thanks, and probably has ft yet. New
Three little Worde.
With tbe three little words, "why,"
"how," "what," It is quite possible for
some blockhead to puzzle a philosopher.
"Why does the maguetic needle point al
ways to the north?" "How was the uni
verse made?" "What is light?" Here are
three questions that any fool may ask, yet
that all the wisdom in the world cannot
answer. There are hundreds of other
queries as simple and as likely to suggest
themselves to the inquisitive to which sci
ence can make no satisfactory reply. On
the other hand, positive philosophy, his
tory, the mechanic arts and other practical
branches of human knowledge afford con
clusive responses to a vast number of im
portant "whys" and "hows" and "whats."
All that it is necessary for man to know
be can learn from these sources, and educa
tion in lu best sense consists in the broad
cast diffusion of the information they
afford, in it simplest, clearest . form.
Europeans say that we are an over curious
people that we examine and cross-examine
strangers about matters with which we
have no concern. That's a mistake. Every
thing in the way of information that any
human being is willing to Impart concerns
us. We want to know. If those we ques
tion do not choose to answer, or cannot
answer, our "whys" and "hows" and
"whats," thev can sav ao. We ahull hm k.
offended by the rebuff; but ask, we will.
1 or meager.
' Carelessness Criticised. -
He came out of the house. hoardi th.
car ami looxea aoout with the good hn
mored air of a man who has Just finished
a satisfactory breakfast. Hia v
on the feet of a man opposite, and he con
tinued to look at them with a half amused
expression a ne chewed his toothpick.
Finally the other passenger left the car,
ua ui ioe loothDIeJt tnmnl tn hi.
neignoor: . -
Did you notice the mt hints-h nr i
mud on that gentleman's shoe?" he asked.
"It's funny," he continued, "how a well
ureaeeu man will be so careless sometimes.
xiaa a iresn shine, walked out of the
uouse, oian't look to see wham k. .
ing, and stepped right
puddle the first thing. I dunno, I think
una or stvea a man e inn
youf" . "
Excuse me," said the other, "but rnn'e.
-uovuiiK ou iue unaer side of your
coat sleeve. - I don't know what It. u
The toothpick, chewer raised his arm t
got a view of the snot indicated, than
fully wiped off the sleeve with his hand
kerchief, . remarkins as he did
stewed codfish and cream, that' what it
a. ueiroii r Tee .frees.
. A Witty Cabman.
Among the cabmen at tha it hail r.i...
Is one who has a reputation for wit among
his fellow cabbies. ' His name. T thnv ..
Cornell. He had as a customer the other
night a certain literarr
oiaiinguisnea by the elegance of his rai
ment as wen as tbe costliness of the um
brellas he carries. Of this Uterarv awll
one of his intimates says "he spends three
fourths of hi time in selecting iWh.
and the other fourth in buying umbrellas."
vroe wei mgnt He sported a particularly
loud umbrella, and probably fearing that
the heavy shower might iniure it h
a cab to take him home. Arrivina tJutw
the cabman demanded 61 from him.
"What do you mean by overcharging
me," said tbe Uterarv swell an h.
the umbra! la. "Do you know who I am"
I don't care if
I'll have my fare." said thecrul.,un
ho got it. Brooklyn Eagle.
- Pineapple Fabrio. "
Still another textile mntrUl '
rival jute. This time it la k TT
fiber, and a Mr. K. BlechvTln r.r iri
cutt. is attempting to awaken interest to
the groat economic value of this product.
The pineapple has long been cultivated, for
IZX r:, J 14 U manufactored
u uui -nuippinaand snran,
tato linen in China. Butm Tto
vestiRatioM abow that when subjected to
the process or bleaching the flberb-oom
pliant enough to be spun like fiaxna
the same machinerr. The ...c
divided into tnreadaof auch delicacy as to
be bare'y perceptible and yet sufBelentlv
strop fur any purpose. New York Teie-
la the head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A cODStitut onal remedy
L ke Hood's Barsaparills,
Which purifies the blood.
Maka tbe weak strong, .
Try it now. T
' Hew'stats! .
We offer one hundred dollar reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Ball's Catarrh Cure.
P. J Chbxkt & Co.. Prop.. Toledo. O.
We. the undersigned, - have known
F. J. Cheney for tbe Use firteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by tbelr
firm." - -: ,s v
Waldino. Kikran & Marvin. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Rail's Catarrh Cure is taken internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface of the system. Price ?5e
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
cstarrh remedies Liquids and snuffs are
unoluasant ss w.ll as daogcrons. Ely's
Cream Balm is safe, pleasant, easily ao
Itlled into the nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the natsl tmsaages and heals
the Inflamed membiane, giving relief at
once. Price 50c.
The north pole and the south pole are
net any further apart than the old maid's
idea of an old maid an! the idea the
Hara veal Karkst.
9 7 75 per ton for best anthracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount Tor rasb. Indiana black
$4.5Qsnd Cancel coal $6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 23e per ion extra. ;
E. G Frazbr.
NOTHING LIKE IT1
Blood is thicker than waicr,
and must be kept pure to
Insure good health.
Ssirfs Si-eijific is natures remedy
for this purpose. .
It never to fails elimnnte the impur
ties and build np the general lieaZn.
There is only one Swift's Specific,
and there is nothing like it. .
Be sure and get the genuiuo.
Treatise ou litood and Skin Piseaaea
The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, G
IS ELECT FRUITS
ASK TOTJR GBOCER FOE IT.
jflieapest and ben place la the paper for
"Wani," "Loat," "aala" and "Eant'1' notices.
Only one-hair cent a word. Kveryboiir nads tola
columa. Try It. -
AYOCNu MAM WANTS TO GET A PLACE
to do chores for bis board Ibis wicter.
Moncv loanad nr Rumltnr.
atorcd at Soul beast corner Perry and Third 8n
Davenport. WANTED A first-class General Manager for
this city and vii'tnltjr ts introduce tbo"Chaa
Flaa" of Accident Insurance It combine all
the adraa:aire of tbe "old Hoe" uaci the "eg.
tnal" ayatems. Terms moat liberal ; adtlreaa
- M .D.CHAK.See'y,UeneTa,M. T.
PROFESSION AL CARDS.
J. M. BEARDSLEI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken-
woruiy, i , seeood A venae.
JACKSON it BURST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office in Roc Island
National Bask Building, Rock island. 111.
. . SWSKSST. O. U TALK IK.
SVTEENEr tc WAXEEE,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oaice la Beagaton nloek. Rock laland, 1U.
MtEXlRY A McEMRV,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on eood
security, make eollecttrma. Reference. Mllcb
vll Lyade. baAkers. Oflloa in Pox tome block.
THE DAILY ABtiTJS.
rvm titi rirstiv vrsuivn . . , mMuci m imus i or laxeeorasareemmiia,
Fi. -. il,., .? 1 Y EVENING at Crampton's general or special, which may have accrued aud re
A Newt atiuid. Five cents per copy. main thcreunpriortoeuchsale.
DCS. BTJTHEKF0KD at BUTLER,
GRADUATES O? THE ONTARIO YETERNA
ry college, Veternary Physloiaua any Surgeons.
Office l Ttndall'a Livery liable; .Residence: Over
.Asters Bakery, market square
WM. 0. KULP. D. D.S.
';. OFFICE REMOVED TO
Rooms M, t7, St) and m,
Tsk Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
-J. M. GASPARI,
library Building. Davenport, Iowa, Call for
Itmatee and aee work before going to Chicago
After 83 years experience In teaching Inatrtj
'SsnnUl Music, I will promise you more tbeary with
Jans leaaona for the least money of say teacher In
jndar our snpetrvlston, given each Juvenile pool k
Teachers wilt save money to order their Music
Books of us. One-third off of marked price oa
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at m mnsie rooms idin a-vm .
Bock island.' ' .
We mak amecialtv of bterhtno. iiwnii
teacben bow to teach.
Address me at 1 Brady St,, Davenport, la.
MBd. C. A. KEBKKJUt. ,
John Volk & Co.,
'' GXNZSAL -
. . - AMD . .-
- -Maaofactniaraof . -
Basil, Dorart, Blinds. Biding, TloorinE,
. . aaiff i. - - - .. .
- 4-ita-ASiU. lent, liiuti,..
il Eatsteot George J. Etegler, dacssscd.
9 lie anderalmed hsvtnp bem ,nnnmt.x mAvt m.
1n -ator of the estate of Oeorva J 2i.i.r
t the connty of Rock Island, stats of lllmoli". de
c laed, hereby rives notice that bawUlapoear
rt ore toe connty eonrt of Rock Ialaad county, at
to tolBce of the clerk of ssid coort, ra the cltr of
Ijck Ulad,at the February term, on thslrM
M ndsy lnPcbraary Ben. st which tine all
peraons hsvinffelalmasmlnrtaaid estat rao
tit ed and requaated to attend for tbe purpooe of
harrngtlMsameadjrjeted. All persoea indebted
to latdecuw are requested to atak iaedlst
pi rroent to the ooderalaned.
iaiea ion sna aay cr December, A. T. 1r. :
FRANK. H. tlSQLKK. AdmlcU nuor.
, Estate of Henry C. Whrtrlde. deceased. ;
Tbe sBderaimed. bavlne h..n annntnts v.
ec atrix ol tbelaat will and teotament of Benrv O.
Bitnclee. lata of tha eonntv of Ro-k lltl iui
ot Illinois, deceased, hereby flvoa notice tbat ba
" ii "nmr oerure tne eonnty coon or tcock lal
at d coantv, at tbe office ot tba clerk of aald
start, in tho city of Rock Island, at the Jannarv
"Pi"- t" rlrat Monday In Jannsry aext, at
vuch time all peraons having claims against
at id estate are notified and veamtted Tr, el.
ttsd for tbe parpose of bavtug the aame adjnst-
ah persona inaeowa to saia estate are ro-
3' tasted to atak immediate payment to tbe aa
rslsned. . Dated this th day of 'November, A. D., 1W0.
CHARLOTTE A. WHITR1DGK. Ereeutrtx.
V) Whom IT MAT Conckrn.
Is berebv riven, that at the rtecf-mhrr
n rm. A
o 1HW, of tbe coontv eoK of Kck lal
s M connty. utata of llltoois. the aoderalgned, as
lardian of Mary A nn Lee, KHse I aa, George Lee.
obert T. Lee and Flofreee J. Lea, residents of
siid connty, and minor children of William Len,
d ceased, will apply to said eonrt for leave tn rell
is estate, mle and interest of aald minora Is tbe
f Mowing real estate situated la tho county of Pe
oria, ataie of Illinois, to-wit :
The sndlvlded ooe-fonrthof the northwest aniir
t vof secttott live, SJ, towiiHhip ten. 10, north
r inito nil j east of the fourth principal meridian,
c tcept acres in tbe northeast corner of aaid
quarter section, aald application will be ma-la for
t le purpose of otherwise investing tha proceeds of
I re sale of said minora' tnterest In said lands,
Rock Island. Illinois, November 7th, 18).
' ROBERT LKK Uaardlan as aforesaid.
STATft Of ILLINOIS, I
ROCSlSLAMliO TTSTY. f
Vo the January Term A .. 191, ClrcattCoart,
of said Connty, In Chancery .-
. oseph McKcynoWn complainant, V. Hngh Mr
Reynolds. Carrie McRevn Ida, Moeea D Well.
Brenton R. We'la. Mark Ashdown, Orlo W.
Kk-harflsnn, Eugene A Lancaster, John C. Oar-
roll, Abraham Mranss, lingo Ooodtnan, Mmon
Yondorf aud Edwin Hose, defendants i'ore
closnre. To the aove aamrd drfendanta. Orlo W. Rxk-
t.rdson and Kavene A. Lancaster. Notice it hre
y gives that tbe above entitled cause It now
1 irnuins In said eonrt airmtont yoa and tba other
te'entlants above narmi, that a suairaons in chsn
i ery his been tssoed therein against you dirrcte.1
to the sheruT of said county torxrenta, rrturuabla
'o the January Term. IrjOI. of said conn, to be
iiev'unand bolilenattlie coart bo rise la the city
f Kock Ixuind tn aaid connty on the f est vondav
f Jauuar), nexu at which time and place you alii
Kock Inland. Illinois, November 14. 1W
WKOK14K W. UAMHLR. Clerk of said Coort.
T . ... .w a . . ii . i .
3TATB or ILLINOIS.
Kock Iuiko Court . (
In the Ore It Court, January term, 1891 .
Bmma Albrtcht v John Al rh-bl lu Coam-erv.
Altlitavitor mm-resldewc of the above named
iefenOaiit. John Alnrkbt. hating been bled la the
eri s omce or me cin-uti roan ot said connty.
ant ice Is therefore hereby irivea to the aaid John
Altiricht drfendaut. that the complainant Sled
lh-r bill of complaint In said coa t,Nilaecbam(.ry
4tde thereof . on th ftjud day of :tovmhr ihno.
and th. t thereupon iinmnwn isaued out of said
l court, wnerein asia son la now etBdtiig return
able on tne nrst Jtonsay m the moa b of Jannarv
next, as la by law maurrd Now, aulens von. the
.ball personally be aud appear before sal I circuit
court, on tbe Ural d tv of ihc next term thereof, to
tc bolden at Kock Miami ! and for tba said coon
ty, on tbe Drat Mond-y la Jannarv ceil, and olead
answer or demur to the said eomolMnaiit'a hill of
complaint, the aame and the matter and ihicuja
hereincbarged and atated w'U be taken aa con-
rrsaed, and a decree entered against you accord,
lug to the prayer of said bill.
Rock Island Illinois. Nov. Sith. 1MJ0.
tiBO W. iAMBLK,Clsrk.
McKsistA McKm st. omp'tsot
STATE OP ILLINOIS,
it ocx laLasn Comrrr,
la tbe Circuit Conn tn Chtnrerv.
John Peetx. administrator cam toauunenlo anoexo
or the aetata ol Bailey Uvenport,de-eaaed, va.
ujo iova isiaou anu aiuaa direct Jtattway Com
pany, Charles II. Stoddard. J. If Hobinson.
tlmore Hurst, tUl Fries and i. ii. Miiaale.
John feels, administrator cam testamento
nexo of tbe estate of Batlev Davenport, de
ceased, vs. tba Rock Island A Milan Street
Kauway tXHopasy, Kzra ttilcher. Job W.
Stewart. Jamea M. M. ntir onfirv kHirln t.
f'raaer, Levi sharp Frederick Vte)erhauserl
. Frederick O. A. Denkmann, William Hal
iigan, itosa weodmansee, Thomaa 8. Silvia,
louit V. Kckhart and John K. Downing.
George Downing, 9r Jamea Down lug and
l nomas Downing, uartsers tc aa Downing
Notice ia hereby given that by virtue ot a de
cree ot tue circuit court to and for the county of
Rock Island in the state of Illinois, entered la tbe
above entitled causes on tbe Thirtieth 30th dav
of September, A. D., 18U0, 1 ehail on Saturday, tba
s'w ioj oy i uecemoer, a. u., lswu. at tbe
hour or ten Ull o'clock In Ike foraoooo of aaid
day at the north door of the eonrt house 1n th
city of Kock Island la aald county of Hock Island,
sell, subject to the approval of and confirm at too
by aald circuit court, at public auction to tba
highest bidder or bidders upon tba terms herein
after and In aaid decree mentioned, all the rail
way of said defendant the Rock Island A Milan
Street Railway Company, aald railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and First
avenue in eakl city of Bock laland Uirough and
along thes reeu and avenoee of aald citv to a
point st or near the southern limits of said city,
and thence over tu rignt of way and ia part over
sod along certain roads and highways ia 11 town
of South Kock Island to and over the or dfea now
owned by the said city of Rock Island S)nnin(
Kock river between th town of Kent ana the
town of Milan, and tbeuce over and along certain
a treats and public grounds tu aaid town or city of
Milan to lie terminus therein and Including tha
branch extending from tbe town of bears afore
said to the nigh pornt on th bluffs of Rock .river
known a Black Bawk'a Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company's right of way. real
estate, - leaee, road-bed. track, aide tracks,
ewhehea, iron, ties, engine and etatioa bousca,
harna, motors, rolling stock, cars, horaea, ma
chinery, too a. Implements and baionginK aud all
aaid railway company's property, appliance and
appurtenances of every tort, kind and description
whatsoever now belonging to and owned by aaid
defendant railway company, including those now
In the poaaesaioa or control of Fruderiek Haas,
heretofore appointed receiver herein, and all auch
which may bereafwr aod prior to tnch sale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertbeleasall money
be touting to aald street railway company bow la
th band of said receiver ana ail auch a may
arise from or grow out of the as of aaid railway
property and franehltea, or may com to as d re
ceiver prior to his surrendering potuflou of said
railway nii property a by said decree orovtdd
together with all the right, privileges Slid fran
chise of aald defendant railway comnanr to
maintain and operate U. raid railway and carry oa
Ita neatness, n to maintain and operate it said
railway over, akrng, serosa and through the reels,
alleys, rode ami public grounds of salu city af
Rock laland. aald town of Milan and ssid township
of South Hock island, and over aud alrmg the
aid bridges spanning Rock river, and all other
nnhts, privilege and franchises what -never be
longing to OC connected with IU aald railwaa
j F"J i " m railway, premises, property,
rights aud prtvllegea being situated in tbe county
of Rock Island at. .re aid ssid aale being eubject
TKKMS UK" SALE. Ten thousand
dollars In casu down at the time of aald vale, and
tne remainder upon tn spproval aud ctmnnuatiua
ofancbsalebvsaid circuit conn.
bated at hock Island, Illinois, tola 6tk day of
Receiver and Special Master In Chancery.
The tale mentioned tn the abov and foregoing
notice Is hereby postponed to take place on Tues-
hour of o'clock in the forenoon of aald dav at
the place and ou th term aumltoned ia lb
above and foregoing notice.
Dated at Sock Island. Illinois, this Sixth dsy
of December, A. D. laSO.
Receiver and Special Master ia Chancery.
(200.00 and Upwarda
For Mle, secured on land worth from
three to five timet the amonnt
-i, -. , of tse loan.
Interest 1 per cent semi annually, esUaeted and
SamUted free of cha-ga. .
E. W. HUR3T,
Attobket at Law -
Boom I and 4 Masonic Temple, ,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL
R. R. TICKET
AND STEAMSHIP ' i
Mcmber Ajaencsa Ticket Broker' Atatr.)
IIxduoxd Hatts to axl Points.
tsasjrirns -t- is w-rius trffin, sadt
- i'm ta
"IHICaGO, ROCK I9LAND PAClriO KAIL
w way Depot oomer Firth .veane and Thlrty-
v.. ix paeiHrn. ageui.
THATKH t tLsT. jtAsmtva.
Council Blwls Mittaeao-1 M .( ,
Kansas City Dsy Bxpraaa... 5:W am Hint pm
Wa-hingtoa Exnrea M pmJ M M pm
Council Big us" 'om 'thai u..ia. et.
Limited Vestibule Ex.. Jl's S4sm
lansaa City Limited !10:pm :44 am
tGolngweat, IQolngeaet. 'Daily.
BUKLINQTON RoUlE-C, II. Q. RAIL
way Depot Pint sveaas sad Sixteenth
M J. Young, agent.
" TRACTS. ' t.nvt 1 aswTv.
St. Loaia Kxprcas... ........ a r4am' :t am
St, Louis Bxprea.... 35 pm; 1 :IS pm
St. Paul Exproa s:4Apn: T M am
tJeardstown Pasaeeger. .... t 55 pm lOrssam
Way Pretrht (Monmouth). t:u l:Mpm
WayPrctcht (Sterling) 1849 pm 10:10 am
Sterling Passenger. ...... IMui S:Bpm
Dnbuau ' 10 JB am SrtSpm
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE at ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racln A booth western Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First sad Second
svetiae. E. D. W. Holmes, agent.
TRAINS. Lbavs Anaivs
Mali and Bxprts...... l:45en 9:OUpa.
St. Paul Kxpr s S:lrpv 11am
t. at Aecon modatl'a lWipn tUrlOem
et A- Aeeo anodatioit t SSaa :ltpm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot Pint aveno acd Twentieth a tree L. F.
H. Rockwell, Agent.
TRAIS8. tsars. ' Aairv.
Faat Mail Bxprua btiiaml t :9n pm
Exnrea 8:0m IMpm
Csble Accommodation t:IOam I'UO pes
4:b0pm IM am
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO TBE
East aod South East
S 8S pea
a 17 pm
4 5T pm
4. Id .m
1. 10 pm
11 1ft pm
7 .iri ua
8 15 am
1 on am
8 15 am
s in pm
S K T.RI
10 54 am
I K pm
10 M aoi
to mi am
t V U
V M -M.
ii. oo am
S IR aa,
"H. Loais, Mo
. Hiisvili .1
t U am
1 15 am
7 ,S0 am
T ' am
a on pm
1. is p
T 45 nan
Passenger train amv and depart from La lot.
Aecommodattnu tntn leaves Kock Island 8:45
P. m. arrive at Peoria S M) a. m Lvee Peoria
. :is p. m. arrives al Kock Island 1 : a. m.
Ao-nm. I M l. Ac I Accom.
Lv. Rock Island.
" Kock Island
o.w am v.ro atni .uo pm
7 1 am '.0.30 am ft l pm
8.18 amll 00 ami S 40 pm
Ac n. 4'ia Ac.' 4ccom7
S.H am n FO xn 8.45 pm
7.10 m 1 45 pml 4 rt pm
8.05 i S ue pm! 8.W pm
Cbalrcaroa Past Exoea betweeu Rock IalatHi
and Peoria In both dlreeUona
H. B- SL'DLoW, it. STOCKHOUfE.
Superintendeat. Uea'l Tat. AvenL
1ST M,L TRAIM wtth Elaatrle lighted end
"team heated VealibaKsd trains betweea t'hl
ca;o, Milwaukee. HI. Paul and Mlnaeanoiia.
TRASWNTIw-NTAL ROUTE with Elecnc
lighted and bteam heated Veattbuled trains be
twea Ohicajfo and Council Bluifa, Omaha or
M. Paul and th Pacific Coast.
GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chicago
- iij aau at. jonepn, mo.
6700 MILE OP ROAD reschine all principal
potni la Illinois Wlacotisto Minnesota. Iowa.
Mlaaourt, Sooth Dakota and North Dakota.
Pormana. time tahlea. him rjr mm.m ma
faiftht, etc apply to lb aret atauoa agent
of th Ohlcago. Milwaukee at 8u Paul Railway, or
7 miroau aaeni any waer la ia world.
R OS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
43enrl Manager Oea'l Pm. T. Agl.
tWTai raformatloa tu referenr to Lands sad
Towns owned by by th Chicago. Milwaukee
St. Paul Railway Company, write to M. O. Hao
geu. Land commissioner Milwaukee Wlseoxm.
(Lai of Ciocmnaii, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Ijocatexl Ib
Ia the past six months ke has acc as Fully
. 4M CASES
of th moat aevera character.
Tha names of s few who Mv In TMvenport sad
vlclolty. who have bee uocrsafully trealasl art
Mr A L Pam, Mn Mary Wat sou. rneamstlam;
MiasLUsle Vanro. Mr John gpelkar. ralarrb;
Mbw Anna Davis, Mr Wm riankeyf, scrofula; Mn
J A Winner. Mr P L Ma onhamer. heaft disease:
Mrs F W Msrshail, til yeara atauduig) ptiea;
Mr Samuel 9 .mice, H - j pjlea -Mr
lalah Doty (7 - I olle
Mn Mav Weodv i A Wrtrfit, Oarah Munaoa!
Prank Hay. Wm Mctiruiahau, N a Thompson
These art a very few of tha many teatlmoel
tba doctor baa, but thev an ensavh to aho h.t
caa be don hyena wh thorowchly andentaad
mv mpi insimni or oisesse.
fTLo of Man hood. Seminal Weak, and
aVrors of Toutk, positively and paraaaoenUr
HP Poasltlvely ao rase take that carcot be
en red. Correvpondeiice accompanied bv 4c la
Stamp pxomnly antwurad.
Office MeCnlkmgs's New Block.
W. Tblnl Street, near Main,
' DAVENPORT. U.
W. C. MAUCKER,
Baring pwrthaaed th
Property which be has had leOtted for tha bo
tea basin, is bow prepared to accom
. aodst tnutMut gueau.
Day end Regular Boarding
st very reasonable price.
H Is alao euatd 1 th
at th same place with a chclot lot of Orocene.
Farm produce specialty.
Dr. S. E. WEARY
It vill Pay you to Czamino It
ASK TOUR NEIOHEOBS ABOUT IT.
IltCORPORATEO TJEDBJI TU TIE STATE LAW.
Rock Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAXD, ILL.,
Open 41 ly from! a Ulp a-, wd Srariay evwatag frm T 8 'cr.
Five per cent Interest paid on Deposit a. Money loartad on Pwrsotial, CoU
lateral, or Rai Estata Bexrarity-
E. P. RBTOLTM. Pr-w. f O. DB5KBAJ4N. lr Prwa. 4. M. PCPOItO, Cerate
P. U Mitchell. E r. Kevwotd. P. f, Dnlaus Joha rVihsmr. C. P. Lradc.
i. J.iklmer. L. Vmom, E. W. Harst, J. . Bervrd.
doa HcttT, HoltrMur.
ISV-WHI bema hnsliKa Jaly 8. IW. aad will a-cwp heaktaa; r aitiwlfh tlltrhHl I rW
mil w weak I ewrnvMed
K. C- HOPPE.
'0. THE TAILOR,
(At 'Vff, EAt EKCEITED I8
e . tt'S'
11 ss AeBed bis Ker aal Bpadona
No. 1620 to 1626 Third aTna,
where be would be pleased to bob bis friends.
(FSJrAll kinds of drinks a well a AW ad Softer. 4 ta weN kwwe drtak "H.lf aad air."
lr place I the city wh yo raa ( H. Ro4 Beef Lama every frota M t Is.
J. T. 33IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
IF". W. wiisra?EK,
fTuprtsjtBT f U.
Arcade CIGAR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL IULL.
No. 1806 8ECOXD AVENUE.
Imported Ctare s tpeclatly. Far s good tc c'rar call at las "Arcade."
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenus aisd Tweniy-flrst Bt., Ro;k Iilsad.
rronViS sliiT ' Q,vertn U -m ' Hvttf price. A ekars 1 paiMK
lay-, sells aad trade aay artk-l.
aaafactarer of all knahi tt
BOOTS AND SHOES
Oasis' Pin Shoe a arwcUny. Ke)rtaf aetuly aad prvmpOr .
A ihar of yoar patronage reapartfally ondtd.
1613 Seooad Ayeane. Roak Ialaad. IlL
Steam Cracker Bakery,
ktAEarACTVEEE 07 CEACtUCU AID litem Tt.
Ask your Grocer for them. Tbej are be.
(-8pec1alti; TW Chrlety "0TITEB" aad U Cartaty WtrEB-'
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
(Sacceasor tu OhlwadUr A tpllrvr)
Contractor and Builder,
Sbop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th tree..
(Fred Kuca't old ataad.)
WA11 kind ot Carpeatnr work aad repairing done. BatUfacrioa (uaraatevde
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. S606 Ftftk Aveaue, ROCal ISLAND.
I-Nsw Kot, ew atork, Ut hett soods at U krwttrt price. A shar of stUroaa r oActtd.
2?. CT. &UTllMTm?ZXZLIl ;
No. 229 TweBUeth Street, Bert to CoBrad Bckneidar-. grocery. Rock I.l.nd,
- for floe flulBa;
BOOTS AND SHOES,
s-niMttiM ttjrta. AlrerJa!ru1arttkataMaaU
C. J. W. BCHREIKKH,
-Contractor and 13uilcicr
Plaa. sad spocitcatjoos f troUhed oa all claaaa
Sid blldiuj Bllnda, eataashlac
Protect Your Eyc3.
KAEI02T OPTICAL CO's
They hare g ol It.
It will Baak toot hone happy.
It will aot fa or Braoka.
It haa large. Bah paa.
Itu heary atBd body.
It keepa Bra an Blxht.
IT IB TEE
tba sraadrst productloa of taodcra times.
W lartla yon to call aad etamiaa or
ItnmtnsB Una ot lUvmkte BIotbb aad IUbem.
and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
- SkT- cwa a
Rock Isliitd, III.
A seasmlty mads of Arwelrv.
No. 1614 Heoood Aeea
W work. Almtrnd tl VUUrs Psbta Is.
'.' ROCK L2LAKD. ILL.
-r tay Is ackaovtedfvaf
- ' I r LmK. .i i 1 t,m
,.-" w. a 4. sew.
' l are - 4
fJe ia Tie saisaaw. ttt
"t to ail ejrr.wia.
Bed Room Sets.
Carpets. Curt.Vmv Ete
' ARB NOW COMPLETE.
(afCall BBd 8CW oar Ilea.
No. 103, 103 .nd 107 Exit Second 8t,
IM II , f f; I
J. B. ZTMTVTER,
THE WELL CSOVX
M erchant Tailor,
Has Joit rvtaraed froes Earope aad would be plraarJ to as L i :
Lis place of ImsiacM la
Sta Block, Oppwitk Hacpes I lore e.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
fur 18W tl Lave bea rrorived.
Offloi and Bbop Coraer 8ccBteetk Be
aad BrTvjaia Areana.
ar"ankla4af Altastjs JM a wartay.
House and Sign Painter.
rii-l tUssOtalattai aad rwawr Haaclaf.
P. a Box 7J.
xmavooDAnrrrD wm th oxootArsT or Titt eorrrtT. v.- at rrr o
aCDCB TAIXJABLS tXTOUMATtOM TMOU A HUIiT CT THll til7 IT
TCI RCSX ISUH3 & PACIFIC FIIL.7IT,
loerodloay msUa finwa. brancbaa and aztoaiOBa Fet an J vrt erf
ialaaaouri Biver. To Xhrvot Koutw lo acd from t L.ui j. tn'.
rsona, Lsm otxim. nouns, ttoca taaani, in 1LX4.UI lan nun. i--- t
Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, ! siolo, Wlntrraa-t, Aud lixra Biu r-n.- ' '2J
Bluffs. In IOWA aiitinsaartoua tuui fct. Pul. la 11.nKU-j2 A- " J
and Kloux FsOla. In flA K OT A. - 4JsLmweewv JnaeML aul lf-.tx.
ISOURI Omaha Flurbui-V. aal hialaon is KF l.iiAPK A-llorv.. -T" 7
ison. Wlcbitat, BtulanUa, Abileo, C..rtwil. in
aUnarBsbar. Fort aatmo. In tha IvnuN TkhjJVrl:T-rd it'""
Dsntsr. PustAo In f-.ni.nKA Pwl rtif k tueusinr ttt ' -''r
and from Chlcatro, Ctuo vaU, Rutcainaon, aod Dodra City, atdfr.scf'
vraat aarwaa of rich f-minT auvl srrm4bAT lararia, arTovxlinar -- ' '
of ulercamauBiostioo to svt town and cities! tusel awid -.
and aouUiw aat of Coioso, ul Pactflc aod trsiiiaoc ac Saasaotta.
MAC:nccriT vcstisule express trai.-vs,
Latvdtn all oomptHltor ta apiwador of Mulpiawet, coot, vjrwil writOat
frs rrom dost, larousH Ooacbwtj, fi.maso r-epcT. rfcrtk r.--'' .
Cbalr Cara, and Mswt of 1ieatourt luveri l-nisT Cars la-ly betw-o r
Is aloM, Council B'uxna, aoxl OmaOia wika rr.w aetiiBin cUJ
storxn a'lauai. meo sod Dwcwsssn i h nsrir avna unoraaa
Md luablo, wta St. Joattpto. or If asaa. Oty aud Inwta t d.uu.J
tlotoLa rfUmlahlDJi1 raaaUs ats -s rsr It bcKiraJ wejt of kUssnui .
Cauiorala Axouraioo iaul. antb CHOICE Or" atnuirS to nl o rZ
tsrs. laroam, roruaoa, tyoa avnfeio. sea eta rTaaasro. ' ; -lAcJ
ta suuirram PiaVa'aas- slamtoa. Uaraia tl taw Ooda. tb fee"
boaosa arwAdarara o Ootoraao.
via thz ALcrirr lea route.
Pvr- Traina dally
, ? tla.Mjvd 1 baaoUiuo
I City, larouaTw Cut
ty. larouaTB CuairCJaar
-a. -ew k. la. aad tma I nuns I.asnia tail Btauuif aas rv
s ava rm a, wsa aaoea ta
Co v e.orH srasA. , .
1 it r--T IXe. t VIA SrVBCA AJID EANKIKFI orTrf rUitwe
sV - -a C -nnruu, loo aruout. LfavwAt. and Council. ruu-' '
DAVIS & CO,
' A xwasara efaaA
Pip Hra6 Grsrda, lv i,,i,c
Dot, Fir- Unci. u
DEAN STEAM PUV.PS
SIGHT FEED LUERICAWS
BT SM a rf tmw fenf a. .. .
Test tait trial, ts.ee. . .
rWdf Healing ld'-re etil I
farsnsmisttT J Ui-tt r V
V.H f n:.t tt .
R ah !... 1 1 - h.
Ttll'SI SSI flS. tOH.'. . . 4 1
COMPLETE IN ALL
Fur Calaloaraca Address
T. C. HUHC AS,
: : Rock Mari
i feraJl kkues m" it. fie
ftssnk A. heL Slei a&-4 ..t
b rS rm i
Chicaco and Wlririeaspolla and '
ri!s-.EJtoaad from laoass
and bieatpar bHi
m n . W .
S k watvortsa, kvauaana Cltw, mUanatapoUa, and M. "jr
v orasairsd ir .rmscoa aaoir to aoy T-