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A MYSTERIOUS FORCE
REMARKABLE POWER OVER MEN
POSSESSED BY A WOMAN.
Is Strong Men An Unable te Mot Bar.
She Cm Bealat the Cemolned Htrencth
of a Dona People She Is Slender ami
Doe Xot Understand Her Gift.
A few days since I ctiancwl to be where
thnt remarlcnlile woman Mrs. Lnlu Ab
bott (so I have beard her called; I didn't
notice the bills) was uliibitiiw bor won
derful powers. I wont to sec her-publiee-hibitions,
bad m private Interview with her
and must truly say that abe nonplused
me, a abe did everyone that saw her.
At one exhibition where l saw Der tnere i
were six or seven gentlemen on the stage
with her Rentlemen who represented the
business intelligence, and acumen of the
place, a clergyman and several physicians
who represent the highest sttainmentoand
skill In their line. These were- invited
there to examine, criticise, and try byevery
means In tlwir power and knowledge to
find ont w lint was the sunrce -of the re
markable pow ers of this little woman.-
Mrs. Abbott i a small aud pratty wom
an. Her uormnl weight Is from iiiuety.flve
to nlnet r-eiyht pounds. She Is of delicate
compluxicm unit of tbu simple ingoouout
mauners of a child. She is abouw 35 years
old, nnd she llnds borsolf possessed of a
most nraarituble power to overcome any
physical life or animal power that may be
brought to lw.tr airitin.it bcr. She know
nothing of what tiii power is. She is not
aware that she mukes any effort of will
eoncentnttiou of thought, certainly not of
muscular thought, to )orforin the wonder
fal feats of what wo call strotiKth thnt she
performed by the down Ix-fora audiences
made up from the Ixnt, wisest und bent ed
uchUmI people of the place.
MITINC SIX JIK.W
For int:inre, bulf a down of the gutitle
mon on the stiiic- piled one upon another
on one aii.uii upon two chain that were
on thestiiKo, and she, standing behind the
chair and touching lightly the wood of the
back of the chitir, would instantly lift the
chair and nil t!ioe men from the floor.
-She barely touches tint chair, piuuics her
baud and llnin'rs alone the ttpricht posts
nan musiciao runs his 11 niters lightly over
the keys of a piium or guitar to see if it be
in tune nr to And the dominaut tone or
chord in the piece he is about to piny; or.
It seemed to me the most like this of any
thing, thnt she was seeking "thedominant
Agnin, six men took billiard cue, and
standing it upright on the floor, with their
hands elanping it tightly near the top, an
other ninu, the heaviest and strongest per
haps of all on the stage, with Mrs. Abbott,
mounted to the top and sat upon the top,
the haniU of the six other holders ot the
cue forming H kind of seat for him to sit
npon. The cue begun to beud as though it
would breuk. when she touched it lightly
with tier delicate linger, passing them
liit-il) over it. as along the strimisof a
guitar, n-liuii it at once straightened, and
vlaspiug it in tiiu must light and deli
cate manner, and apimrvntly putting forth
nor the leust effort, or si rength, she lifted
the cne half a foot from the floor against
all the force these six men and one on the
top could exert to keep it down.
Again, standing upon one foot on the
floor, not the force of the strongest man or
any two men could pull or push her from
Calling a lirtle boy from the audieuee
she pas-. her hands lightly over his bands
and arms a moment, ard he was firmly set
against the power of a'.l these men as she
had been. Twisting a handkerchief that
some one handed her Into a kind of ring
she nnd the little boy both took hold of tt
with no apparent strength except merely
to hold it, and the little boy stood as im
movable as a mountain against all the at
tempts of one or two or more men (as many
as could reach the child) to move him from
SFIE MAKES NO EFFORT.
So standing with her hands pressed so
lightly against the door casings that she
held an egg under the palm ot each hand
and did not crush it all the strength of as
many men as could reach her could not
pull her from her position. This feat she
tried many times, aud mi mot hues placing
her hands over the hands of one of the gen
tlemen, who himself held the egg under
bis hands, and one of these gentlemen who
assisted in this feat ussured me that he
felt but the slightest touch of her hand
npon his and no pressure whatever to indi
cate any effort put forth on her parr. -
Indeed she makes no effort. She says
ahe is not conscious of putting forth any
will power or niming at any concentration
oX thoughts. The effort does not tire her
in the least. Again, she took the cue in
her hand, so li-'htlv holding it it nullv
lying on one of her hands rather than her
clasping it one, two, three and even aix
men together tried to wrest this from off
her bauds rather than in thein, and they
were as powerless to do this as would be a
fly lighting upon the rod. ' The power
would seem to bo a current that in passing
through her is arrested for this application
in some way that she as little understands
as any one else. Normally she is very deli
cate, anu can utt only very hght weights.
"This power," she said, "does not help In
the least to do my work about the house; I
wish It did," for she can with It only lift
ormoveiuings tuut have animal life in
She found herself possesned of this now.
er when she was a child, when annoying
nor miner in piuyiug about his cbuir. He
told her if she did not stop he would put
her away from him. She said it cams to
her to any to him, "You cant put me
way." He tried to lift aud carry her off,
and found himself powerless to lift the
child. An older brother then tried to put
iu cm m, omy t years old, out the door,
nd could not stir her from her standing
place on the floor. She is conscious of do
peculiar feeling except a kind of tremor
passing through her arms. Holdings gUtss
tumbler between her hands one may hear
a iouu mutiotl whirring ami every second
or so a click like that of telegraphing.' In
conversation nothing is more apparent
than that she U entirely sincere and sim
ple as a child. She would like as well as
any one to know what this strange power
a aim wuence ic comes to ner. Lor. De
Flowers livery Day.
For fifteen rears Pnrtl
baa received from the florist's every other
muruiug a ires a ounch or flowers rosea,
heliotrope, forget-me-nots and the like,
rnd placed It directly In front of him npon
his desk. The bouquets have sweetened
his life and who doubts that they have
helped on his prosperity? Lewiston Jour
nal. Neighbor Jones U growing poor because
be street car faro upon hi daily route has
been reduced. Formerly be saved six cents
by walking to his work; now he saves onlr
Lloyd siswan's Holiday BiU ef Jan.
This firm shows almost every article
for senllemcD. ne. The variety-of
each class It so large as to enable all to
make satisfactory selections. The fol
lowing are always appropriate and use
Bilk el utters,
fancy Nival Balru,
iibr d Mailt Bklrtt)
' Coff Boxes,
Foil Dress Vasts,
Fall llrese Neckwear,
fall Urtss'sblH Protectors.
rail ursss Jewelry,
Appropriate andTJMinlPreseats. .
The lime is near at hand whtnv the
tuouRhta of what will be the belt and
most appropriate present to make to jour
friend or friends pervades tha mind of
the ordinary mortal. Something nice in
furniture makes an ornamental, useful and
very appropriate gift There is no place
in the three cities where vou can see a
larger assortment of novelties in furoi
t.nn at Clcmann A Salzmann's.
heir large and spacious carpet room is
nicely displayed with these goods.
If Tonr Hnoss lsemrtre
You put water on the burning timbers,
not on the smoke. And It you have
CH y abould attack the disease in
the blood, not in the nose. Remove the
Impure cause, and the local effect sub
in vTo d0 m' tmke Hool' Saraapa
rilla, the groat blood purifier, which radi
cally and permsnenuy cures catarrh. It
aisu sireugiuens ne nerves. Be sura to
net oojt uoqera Barsaparjlla
FAM AND GARDEN.
OBSERVATIONS WORTHY OF NOTE
IN RURAL AFFAIRS.
Seme General Bales and . Principles In
Barm Building Walela Readers Stay 8e-
' lee and tree According ta Their Owa
1. Every general barn should have a
basement. 3. Never excavate deep. 8.
La the abeence of a dry, gravelly sub
soil drain artificially. 4. The basement
should be nine feet high. 6. The win-
BUOOESTIONS BAEN BCILDISO.
Aovrs in the basement ought to be placed
Ugh -op. 0. The most durable floor for
a basement is concrete. 7. Ventilators
from the basement may extend npward
at the sides, opening nnder the eaves or
close under the roof Inside np to the
peak (Fig. 1). They may be two feet
square, and by means of side doors open
ing downward outeide used for chutes
for pitching down hay (Fig.-S), or by
means of doors opening part way down
inside conveying the hay into the apart
ment below (Fig. 8).
8. Additional strength is given "to silla
or croas timbers where they rest on
posts by the nse of horizontal timber
caps between the posts and timbers (Fig.
4). 0. Steep roofs afford more i-om than
flat ones, and are less liable to leak. 10.
Trussed, timbers overhead will afford
wide floors, on which wagons may be
driven to any part or turned without de
taching the teams, the grain or hay bays
being successively built np as needed
(Fig. 0). 11. An embankment of earth
outmde should not rest against the wall,
bat ahonld be kept a f oot or no from it
by a vertical stratum of broken stone or
gravel, draining into the ditch below
tha wall. 13. On a gravelly soil which
has a thorough, natural drainage the
basement walls -may be of masonry;
otherwise with uiasonry only next to
the earth bank, and the walls made of
wood on- other sides, with double boards
and tar paper between, will afford pro
tection from the cold of winter.
. 13. Cow stalls should be 4 feet wido,
and a space of 12 feet allowed for them:
the manure gutter 18 inches wide and 7
inches deep; the slope of stalls from front
to rear 2 or 3 inches. 14. The basement
must be dry if ever used for horse sta
bles; each stall 5 feet wide, and 14 feet
allowed for stalls and passages. 15. The
stables in the basement may be laid ont
in three ways: If running in lines length
wise with the barn, with central wide
passage for feeding and mangers; with
manure passages on each side next to
the exterior, and with lines of stalls run
ning acrms the barn. Each has its
Long barns may have a floor pasnage
through the whole length and with dou
ble doors at each end, the passage being
A THREE STORY BARN.
just wide enough for loads, which may
thus be unloaded at any part. Platforms
or poles over this floor will utilize the
, Three story barns may be built on
loping ground or on a hill side, the
lower story being the basement, and en
tered from level ground below, the sec
ond story entered from an embankment
road running alongside, and the third
or npper story entered at right angles
try a Dridge over the second storv road.
Conn try Gentleman is authority for the
ioregoing rules and diagrams.
The Pivot of Successful Farming.
Professor Kedzie, of the Michigan
Agricultural college, says: The most
economical general manure for the farm
is yard and stable manure. It is a com
plete man tore, containing all the ele
ments necessary for plant growth and in
available form. Special and commercial
fertilizers may be used to supplement
the barnyard manure or for special
crops and conditions, but they must
hold a seoontury position. I do not de
cry oconmeraial fertilizers, for they are
of great value when properly used, but
lam very firm in my belief that for a
general purpose manure they cannot
economically replace barnvard manure.
Used judicionsly to reinforce barnyard
manure they may well be used on cer
tain crops and on certain kinds of soils,
DM used indiscriminately in general
larmingtne result has generally been
nnsatisfactoryt. It is for special farm
ing and for the fruit grower and market
gardener that the commercial fertilizers
promise the best results at present.
White Speeik in Batter.
There are many elaborate and semi
cientifio ways of accounting for white
pecks tn the butter. When the cream,
is skimmed off more or less milk is taken
with it This milk is full of caseine that
always and readily curdles, one of the
causes of the specks. All the trouble,
according tt The Dairy World, usually
Somas from allowing the cream to be
come too old and sour before it is churn
ed. Badly kept dairy utensils may ac
complish the same result. The remedv
liea in the direction of quicker work and.
ma sing the butter from sweeter cream.
White specks are one of the nenaltiea f or
"being a sour butter crank.
M inor and Miner.
BeMy friend goes on the
SkT"11"3 dc8 he make a Bood jnitier?
A lanseitus Slan.
Wooden Well, you can say what yoa
choose, I don't like Sneaker.
Edgely Why, he's a very fine fellow.
polite and accommodating.
Wooden Yes. he's polite enough, no
doubt, to your face, but he's one of those
fellows who will cut your ttooat behind
vour back. Boston Courier. ;
We offer one hundred dollars rmrA
for any case of catarrh that cannot 1m
cured y taking Ball's Catarrh Cure.
r, j, Cheney & Co.. Bron.. Tnierir. n
We. the undersigned. h& kn,..
F.J. Cheney for the Usa fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financianv able
to carry out any obligation made by tbelr
Walking. Kijcnan & Marvin, Wholesale
vruggists, Toledo. O. ,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken rnternall.
acting directly npon the blood and
ous surface of the avstem. Price 7Se
per bottle. Sold by all drusirista. :
Pain and dread attend the nae of tr,'.t
catarrh remedies. Llauida and anuria r.
unpleasant as well aa rinrr. vi-.
Cream Balm is safe, nleasant. mi . -
lilied inta the nostrils, and a aura
It cleanses the nasal paaaasee and heals
the infismed membrane, giving relief at
once. Fr Oc
e8 " v-
I " Bard Coal Market, t
av TfK m w - ,.
f i. ii p ws ior is amoracite coal,
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash, Indiana black
$4.60 and Cannei coal $6 per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 23o per ton extra, ,
E. G. Fbaxxb.
His said will sell anything, this is
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- morit is the test. Extensive
advertising may sell anything where
It is new or unknown, but after It
omes into general use, It is judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Speciffe
is the best evidence of its excellence.
It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sella tea
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to tbeir acquaintances.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift Specific CoM Atlanta, Qa
ASK TOTJK GROCER FOR TT.
Cheapest and next place in the paper for
Wnu," "Lo." "Sale" and Rnfv doc Ires.
Only one-hull cent a word. Krerylxxlj rasUs this
niiurnn l rj n.
A VOUSM MAN WANTS TO HET A PLACE
i. to do cnoro for bis board lhh winter.
QKCONO-HANO FDRNITURE. bownt. sold
t-?or exchanged. Money loaned or Pnniltnre
stored at iioaiaesst corner ferry and Third Sis,
WANTED A flrstl General Manager lor
tkia city and vicinity to introduce tho"Cha
Plan" at Accident lugarauce It couibinee all
me aavan avee or tne "old line1' sac ttte "ma
tual" systems. Terms moet liberal; adureas
W. D. CHA4K, oec'y, Oeneea, N. Y.'
J. JL. BEaKDSLET,
TTORNEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken-
i i. wormy, i ,o second Avenue.
J1CKS0N & HCBST.
A TTORUETS AT LAW. Office In Rock Island
xinauonal nana BuilUliis. Kock Island, In.
a.D. aWEINBT. CLViUia,
SW EEXET & WALKER,
TTORNEY8 AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
iiotnce in BeoKflton's biooa, Uock Islsnd, 111.
ScEMEI at aeEMBl.
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on cood
security, make collect irrne, Keference. Mitch
ell m Liynae. osnaers. umes In rostomce block.
THE DAILY AKKUS.
roR SALE EVERY EVENING at Crampton's
a news auua. rive cents per copy,
' DKS. ECTIIEBFORD BUTLER,
GRADTTATE9 OF THE ONTARIO VSTERSA
ry colleee, Velernsry Physieians ano Sunteons.
Office) Tlndall's Livery stable; Kesidance: Over
Mien Baiter;, market square.
WM.O.KULPj D. D. S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
- MASONIC TEMPLE,
Rooms SO, S7, 38 and H9,
Take Elevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library BaUdimr, Davenport. Iowa, Call for
timstes snd see work before (oing to Chicago
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among' other Ime-tried and well
known Fire Insurance Companies he following :
. Royal Insurance Company, of England.
Weschester Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
KutTalo German Ins. Co Buffalo, N. X.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. T.
Cittsens ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, Fa.
Hun Fire Office. London.
Union Inn. Co., of California.
Security Ins. Co.. New U iven, Conn.
. Milwaukee Mechanics lua. Co.. Milwaukee, Vis
, Werman Fire Ins. Co., of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Ave.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
-ALL KINDS OF
Cast Iron Work
looe. A specialty of famishing all kinds -of
Stores with Csstlngs ot 8 cents
; A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds or macblce
work will be done llrst-class.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
Paris Exposition 1S89 : :
SdlRAKD PUIZtS o SOLD JIUHLS.
VAK1LU (5 ante) QUALITY.
ASK FOB TELLOW WVAPPUL;
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. :
BHAWCH house, uniow SqUARt, W.T.
The Great French Remedy (or flnrmrnaslrma
sd Monthly IrregulsriUes.
4uadlea Viae Le Due's periodical Fill, ef Parte,
-France; guaranteed to accomplish all that la
elatmed for them. To be used monthly for troubles
peculiar to women. Full directions with eocn
s Per box or three boxes for so. Amartreo.
5HCo.,ryattypreortotoes.StMaeer, Iowa. 1 -ef
r-ouuinepill obtaiBMwf Otto kuaert; d
' Jappe Co., teaveajiort, i J
r I .N
JI atTJfXBTKATOS'B HOTICJl. '
; EsUte of George J. Zlegler, deceased.
TV ) onderaiiroed havlluTbeea annointAd AilmWi.
teu or of the estate of Georra J. Zlesler. late
i county ot Rock la land, state ef Illinois, de
ft, berenv elves notice that ha will inw.
beta e the county court of Reck Island county, at
the o See of the clerk of said eosrt, la the elty of
Bod Island, at the February term, on the 11 ret
Hon-lay tn February sen, at which time all
SHis hsvlag claims asuistssid estate ere no
Sec and requested to attend for the purpose of
aaine aujueiea. ah persons loaeorea
toss a estate are reqaested to make imraedlsie
pays iem to the underelimed.
us ma tnis snd dsy of December, A.D. trSO.
FRANK U. ZIEGLER, Admlnls'rsior.
Itstate ot Henry C. Whltrtdge, deeessed.
Tt s anderauned. bavtne tkean anmlnterf .
eeol 4x of the last will sad testament of Henry o.
Whl ridge, late of the county of Kock Island, stats
of n inois, deceased, hereby gives notice that be
wiu appear oerors us county court of Kock Isl
and sounty. at the office of the clerk of said
I tin the city of Hock Island, at theJanoar
tora , on the First Monday in January next, at
wot h 4fme all persons hsving claims against
said estate are notified and requested to at
lew for the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate are re-
uei ted to malts immediate payment to the an-
Di ted this ISth dsy of 'November, A. T., 1800.
:iIARLOTTR A. WH1TRIIM.E Immili
J) Whom it may Concern.
N Hice is herebv Btven. that at the December
ten lA.B ISM. of the county court of Rock lei-
and county, state of Illinois, the undersigned, ss
sua rdlau of Mary nn Lee, Elisa I ee, Qeorge Lee,
Kol ert T. Lee end Florence i. Lee, reeldems -ot
sk eotmry, and minor children of William Lee,
dec weed, will apply to said court for leave to sell
the sstste, title snd interest of said 'minor In the
foil iwlng real estate situated lu the county of Pe-
orti , state ef Illinois, to-wlt:
Tie undivided one-fourth of the northwest quar
ter f section Ovsi 8J, townfhlp ten, 10, north
ran ;e six 6J east of the fourth principal meridian,
exc jpt US seres ta the aorthesst corner of eaid
Sua rior sectlou. said application will be made (or
is purpose of otherwise luvestlng the proceeds of
the sale of suld minors' Internet In Midlands.
jiock laiana. liltnot. Nnvember7ih, lH'JU.
ROB BUT LEE Gnardlan ss storcssld.
srATa or Illinois, i
I OCk ISUHDO TJBTT. f
To the January Term A J. 1891, ClrcuitConrt,
0 f said Countv. In Cbancenr.
Jo eph McUeynolda complainant, vs. Hugh Mc-
i vjuuius, .arrie scneym.iaa, Moaes 1 wens
1 renton R. Weils, mark Aehdown, Orlo W.
J k uarrt non, Eugene A Lancseier, John C. Car
r ll, Abraham Mrsiua. liuco Goodman, Mmon
ondorf and Rdwin Itoee dolendants Kore-
1 o the aove named dofendanta. Orlo W. It ch
srreonsnd Eugene A. Lancaster. Notice la here
by given that the above entitl -d cause is now
JMiidlng in eaid conn aualnot yon and the other
Let endante above named, that a summons in clian
eat y has been isaued therein againat yoa directtMi
to ue euenn oi eaia county to execute, returnable
to the January Term. ltl, of said court, lo be
bei nnsnd huldea at the court honee tn the city
ot Kock Island In said eountv on the Unit Mnndav
of lanuar, next, at which thus and place you lil
a, ,ui .
Iloct island. Illinois. NoremberM. m
UltOKUB W. OAMHLB. Clerk of salil Court.
. aOksoM HCBST, Comulsinam's toiicltum.
STATS OF ILLINOIS, I
rOCK ISLAND UOOVTV. t
In the Ctrrslt Court. Jsnnsrv term. 1HU1 .
El tma Albricht vs John Al rlclit In 1'bancerv.
- AtttUavUof non-realdcnee ul the above ium.il
de (endaiu, John Albricht, hsving been tied in tlio
c n omce or uw circuit coon ol emia county,
ae lice la therefore herebv given to the said John
ai orient aetenoant, tnat tne complainant Died
he r bill of complaint in eaid com t, u the chancery
si le thereof . on the Said day of ovemuer ItSHJ.
and th.t iherwupon senmmoua iesned Mitof eaid
court, wneretn aaiu salt Is now pvu.Hu return-
ati le on the uret Monoay Ic the mm h of January
n xt, ss Is by Isw reqaitrert Now, nuleasyou. the
sa d John Albricht, dvfendsnt, above named,
shall personally be and sppear before sal i cirruit
co art, on the first dsv ot the next term thereof . to
be bolden at Rock Iftiend in aud for the said enun.
ty . on the first Monday lu January next, snd plead,
si ewer or demur to the said complainant's bill of
complaint, the eatne sud the matters and things
i n grain ensryeu snu atateu wu ne taken ss coif
f e wed. sud a decree eutered againat yoa accord
to to theprayerof saidbiil.
Hock Island llllnote. hov. itlh. 190.
OKO. W. OAMBLt, Clerk.
HcEsim A MrBw BY. omp't Sol
STATE OF ILLINOIS, i '
Rock Islabo CotnrrT, I '
In ths Circuit Conrt tn Chaneerv.
Jiihn Pee Ix, sdmlnisiratorenm teeumeiito snnexo
of the estate of Bailey Davenport, ileceaned, vs.
the Kock island snd Milan Mreet Railway Com
pany, Chsrles H. Stoddard, J. F. Hobinaou.
Elmore Hurst, Peter Fries and J. G. llaeste.
1 )hu Peetz, sdminlsttstor cum testainento an
nex of Ue eatste or Bailey Dsveoport. ue
ceased, vs. the Rock Island Milan Htreet
Hallway Company. Ezra VWIcher, John W.
Stewart, James al. Monlgnoery, Kdwin G
Frsser, Levi hharp Frederick VVeynbsenser,
Frederick C. A. benkmano, William P. rial
ligaa, Rosa Woodmanaee, Tnomas 6. Silvia.
liiuu V. Eckhart snd John K. Downing.
ueorgv uvvnuii;, Dr., esjnee iMwniaff sua
Thomas Downiug, psrtncrs etc., as Downing
Notice la herebv given that bv virtue of a de.
cree of tha circuit court in snd for the county of
i -uc laianu m tue state ut Illinois, enterea lu tne
s oove entitled causes on the Thirtieth ISUtli I dav
t f September, A. D., 1WM, I shall on Saturday, the
r ix m lb oay or weemoer, A. u., lrivo, st the
I our of tea 1(1 o'clock lu the forenoon of said
t ay at the north door of the court house in the
c ity of Hock Island la said county of R'ck Island.
all. subject to the approve of and conarmallou
said circuit court, at public auction to ths
1 Igbeat bidder or bidders upon the terms herein.
tier snd In said decree mentioned, a:l the rail
wy of esid efendant the Rock Island Milan
t treet Railway Company, said railway extending
I mm the corner of Seventeenth street aud First
l venue in said city of Rock Islsud Uxrough and
Jong the streets and avenues of said ctt to a
joint st or near the southern limits of said city,
iind thence over its rignt of wsy snd in part over
una aiong certain roaas sna nignwsys to the town
nf booth Rock Island to and over the or direa now
weed by the aaid city of Rock Island spauninc
tock river between the town of Sea -a snd the
town of Milan, snd thence over snd sions certain
xtreets and public grounds in said town or city of
Silas to its terminus therein snd including the
much extending from the (own of bests sfure
HSld to ths hick DOlot on the blnffs of Rock river
tnown ss Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
wiiu uj eaiu railway company e rignt oi way, real
Mtste, lesaes, road-bed, track, elde-lrecka,
switches, iron, ties, engine snd station hotuea.
asms, motors, rolling lock, csrs, korses, ma-
oninery, tools, implements sna beHmginns sud sll
etld railway company's property, sppllancec aud
tppnrtenaoeaaof every sorC kind and description
bateoever now belonging to and owned by said
iefendsnt railway company, including those now
in the possession or control ot Frederick Haas.
seretofors appointed receiver herein, and sll such
which may neresftos and prior to such sale be
quired by him, (excepting neve rt be toenail moneys
OelonKtng to ssid street railway company now In
the bands of ssid receiver sud all such ss may
rise irum or grow out ot tne nse or ssia rsiiwsy
property and franchises, or may come to ss d re
ceiver prior to his surrendering poseeaslon of ssid
railway enu property as try said decree provided)
logeiuerwiiu ait tne rignia, privilege sna rren
:t'sss or said defendant railway company to
m lintalusud operate luesld railway and carry on
r l bnaiocccandto maintain and operate Its said
tdlway over, along, across and through the s reels,
illeys, roads snd puolic gmands of said city of
Uiwlr I.l.nrl ulil ,n f Ull.. .! .1 . L.
of South Rock Island, snd ever and along the
eaiu orraKee apoBoing nocx river, aca an otber
ngbts. privileges and frsnchUes whst-oever bo-
ouglng to or connected with tue ssid rsiiwsy com'
psny : sll of ssid rsiiwsy. premises, nrooer v.
rlgbts snd privileges being situated in the county
if Hock Islsnd aforesaid said sale be Inn subject
severtbeless to ell Ileus lor taxesorsieesMnei'ta,
(encral or special, which may have accrued and re
main tncreoD prior to such sale.
TERMs OF SALE .Ten thousand MO.OtO
'dollars in easu down st the time of said sale, and
we remaina upon us spprovsi ana confirmation
jfDttcb sale by eaid circuit conrt.
Dated at Rock Islsud, Illinois, this Stb dsy of
novemoer, A. u.,iwu.
Receiversnd Sper.Ml Master in Chancery.
'i nessie mentioned n the above and foregoing
notice is hereby postponed to take place on Tues
day the Sixth dy of January, A. D. 1SD1, at tha
hoar of tea o'clock in toe forenoon of said day at
the place aod oa 4ha terma msLttoaed in Ihe
seove snd foregoing notice.
Dated at Bock Islsnd. Illinois, this Sixth dsy
Receiver sad Special Master in Chancery.
. $200.00 and Upwards
For kale, secured on land worth front
three to five times the amount
. of the loan.
Interest T per coat semi annually, collected and
owusa iree ox cnarge,
; ' - K W. HURST,
-Attoritiy at Law
Booms sad 4 Maeoeic Temple. .
. ROCK ISLAND, ILL
' ' CHAS. McHUGH,
R. R. TICKET
' (Member AmeTtcea-TVAet Bsnksaa' Asstnl
Rbdtjoid Basks to all Points
; OFFTCB -tn Adams express Qfllte und or
i Hsraar Haaaa.
aa A mim elA
. Lls J
t- r " -r
- - '
THE TRATELEXS WJIDZ, ;
UIICaOO, ROCK ISLAND FACIFIC KAIL
V way Depot eorner Fifth sveaoe sad Thirty
tr-t street, c. U Skeltoa, scwal.
Council bluffs A HiaiMso I
: asaletOM psa
a Day Kzpress
Ksasss City Day Kxpress. ..
Council Bluffs Hmaeso-1
taKapress..n . I
Council Bluffs A Omaha )
7 40 pa
Limited Veetlbals Ex.. f
BaasssClty Uiaitsd .
BURLINGTON ROUTE-O, B. Q, RAILr
way Depot First avrane and sixteenth st
M. J. Yoang, agent.
inawa. I bbtvb
St. Loais Kxpress..
8t. Louts Rxprefcs. ........
s ;4Sam! : am
St. rsui axvrees.
Heordstowa Psssengey. ..
Wsy Frsteht (Monmouth).
Wsy Freight fsterllnict
T ss am
10. 8& am
T :S0 am
CRICAOO. MILWAUKRB A) ST. PAUL RAIL
way Kaclne A bouth westers Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and becond
avenoe, S, D. W. Holmes, scent.
stall aud Jkxpreee.
bU 1'aul Kxpr-ts,
C :10 pm
T.st accob. moaation . u
K t M Arrow modal Ion.
ROCK INLAND a PEORIA RAILWAY DB
pot First sveaoe and Twentieth street. F.
tt, nocgwcii. agent.
Fast Mall Kxpross ,
MOST DIRECT ROUT. TO TKK
"East and South Eastn:
10 87 am
10 50 am
II. 86 am
8 V pm
8 .90 pm
a. so pm
8 57 pm
4 JS pm
K MS nm
.Prince vllle .
St. Louis. Mo
8. to am
1'erre Haute. I
. Evaneville.. I
. irfuiaville .
Passenger trains arrive and depart from Gaioa
Accommodation rrahj leaves Rock Island '45
p. m . arrives st Peoria 8 :S0 a. m . Leaves Feoria
7 :15 p. m. arrives st Rock Island 1 :U6 a. Bv.
11 00 ami
Lv. Rockl'lsnd. .
A rT. Reynold....
Ac-om. i S'lSAcI Accom.
Ar. Keyne'i U..!....
s siamilropmi pn
7.10 s a. 1.48 pm 4-35 pn
B.IB am .uo pm! tJU p
Chair car on Fsst Kxoress between Rock Island
snd Penrls tn bntk directions
a. B. SUDUIW, st. BTOCKHOU8K.
tfuperlutondoat. tien'l Tkt. Agent.
A8T M ML TRAIN wtU Kleetrir lighted end
ntr.tm bested Vsstlbuled trains between Che
Cairo, li ll.nku Ml lnlil .i l.i II.
TRAlf JONTT 81TTAL ROUTE srltt KleeMe
'uwaiDfl steam aeatea vastiouiee trsras Be
tween Cbteago and Council Blafls, Omana at
BU Paul and the Pacific Cossx.
QRKAT NATIONAL RoTJTI between Cntcaio
uasas city and m. Joseph. Mo.
B7H0 MILK OP ROAD rcachtng sH pviweipel
points lu Illinois, Wisconsin. Minnesota, low.
Missouri, ttuatk iraknta aad Nortii UoAota.
For msps. time tables, rates of passage aud
treiffbL ete . ennle ia Ik. K .. ... . .
or tteChlcago. Milwaukee 8L Poal Ratlwmv, ot
to any railroad as-ent say where ta the world.
aOB ELL MILLKS, A. V. B.CARPKNTSR.
General Manager 6ea'l Pass. T. Aft.
w rv, luiwniwiie in reference to l T uw ono
Towns owned by by the Chicago. Mtlwsnkee
hi. Paul Railway Company, write to H. a. Mas.
gen. Land oom mi loner Milwaukee. Wlseonera.
Dr. S. K UcGREARY
(Late of Clndnnsal, OhkJ
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past six months he has successfully
of ths most severe character.
The names of s few who Uve la Itevenuort snd
vicinity, who have been successfully treated are
given below :
Mr A L Pain, Mrs Wiry Wetixm. rheumatism:
MissLiuie Vance. Mr John Spelker, csiarrh;
Miss Anns Dsvt. Mr Wm Mankeyf, scrotals; Mrs
J A Wiener, Mr P L Ma onhamer. beaft dmease;
Mrs F W Marshall, (It years standing) plies;
Mr Samuel gueiees, (18 " piles;
Mr Ieiah Doty ( T " t oiles:
Mrs Msv Wsndt, 1 A Wright, Sarah Muasoa,
Frank Ilsyes, Wm McOrsusbsu, M U Tboaipsoa.
These srs a very few of the many testimonials
the doctor has. but thev are en.iwh tn .tww
ran be done by one wbo tboroaituly understands
tue eeuee ana treatment or alee nee .
taPLoes of Manhood. Seminal Weaker-!, and
errors ot Youth, positively aad pormauenlii
BrToeslMvely bo case taken that eai.not he
cured. Correapoudenre accompauied bt 4C a
stamps promptly snswercd.
Office McCullougb's New Btoc.
W. Third Street, near Main.
W. C. MUCKER,
Having purchased the
Property which he Baa had teJtted for the ho
tel easiness, is now prepared to accom
modate transient (ata.
Day and Regular Boarding
- st very reasonable prices.
Bs la also engaged la the
at the Sams place with a choice lot of Groceries
r arm produce a specialty.
land El I Einrea. ! I -) U'
1.80 pm 7.Jp II li
18.48 pm 8.S8 pai l s (. . I
i. eo pm e pm 11 4
lOiMsm 4 87 Lm I L tXl . 1 . ' clif;
1 10 00 ami 4. Worn I Vr- " IT n,
48 smiii is on i
7 suil 7.08au I
8.18 am I10J am I
ru.ss pm 8 1ft am I
8 05 pm 1 on am
II LIS pm I 7.48 am
7.15 pml I
DECEMBER 12. I8C0.
It will Pay you to Examine It
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
1615 and 1C17 SECOND AVENUE.
F. C. HOPPE.
flil 4? iiffl -
V;v-;v,v ,f -
II -U ill"
8.18 am 8.10 pm I w s Bilfl
-Uaa oH-ned bU Xpw nod Spacious
No. ICaO to 162C Third avenn,
where Le would tie pkmsed to aee his trienda.
eAll kinds of drlaks aa well a Ale aad Porter, sad I be well kanere drmk "Half sad Blt,"
ml? place la toe city wbe e yea caa get ft. Koaet Brf Lsnre every day from Mull
J. T. TD.LXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Secord Avenue.
F. -W. -WIZLSTTEIR,,
Proprieaor of I We
Arcade CIOiLR Store
AND TEMPERANCE BILLIARD AND POOL HALL.
No. 1908 SECOND AVENUE
Imported Cigars a specialty. For a goad Sc C far call at the "Arcade.'
M. K MURRIN,
Choice Family Groceries
Cor. Third avenue nnd Tsrenty-flrsi Flo;k Island.
A trst-claea stock of Oroceries that riH be sold st lomeat Bvtre neirx a .kw mmt eaUii
Second Hand Goods
Boys, aslls aad trades any articm.
Manufacturer of all ktads of
BOOTS AND SHOES
' Oeate'fiae bboss s specialty. Kpaifinf cows aeolly aad promptly.
A share of year patronage reapoctfalljr sonetvrd.
1618 Becond Avenue, Rok Island. UL
iT. lL. CHBISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
AsTOFACTVlKK OF CXACKIU AID IIICUIII.
Ask jour Urooer for Ibcm. TUey are beet.
ar Specialties; TbeCtirl.ly "0T8TEA- aad IheCtarlstf "WAFXA.
liOCK INLAND. ILL.
(ftnccsisar to Ohiweuer A apUfwrt
Contractor arid Builder,
8hop Third avenue, between 10th and 1Mb strwtf ,
(Prvd K h a old staat!.)
BwTAl) kinds of Calntrr wnrk and r'palrioK done. rWiafM-tlon wtiaraitlewd .
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
N. 2M Pifth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND
'New stole, aew stock, ths b-t a tod at ths lowest prices. A share of BUua(e so4arn8.
F. CT. HERLITZKAt
No. 229 Twentieth 8uctt, Bt rt ta Conrad BcLc tier's grocery. Rirk MbbJ
for floe flttiDK
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Mais la the latest style. Also repalriag do with asslasss aad dispatch.
C. J. V aCHRKlNEih.
Contractor unci jGuilcler '
Plans aad specifics tlose faralshed n all claeaee ef work. Also ageat of WUlee'e rateas la
eide Blldiag UllBds, aosMUilag aew. stylish aad svatraftia.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
John Volk & Co.,
at aaafsrtarers of
Baah. Duore, Bliada, Ridiog, l.Mirii(,
aad an kiadsof ssss) wwrk far waDdera,
aHgatosatk u, bat. fatni aad Pearth see-
Protect Your Eyes.
MAKION OPTI0AL CO'g
Improved I lrystallUad
They kart got 1U
It win BiAke your home ksppy.
It will sot (aa or emoke.
- It baa larg ash pan.
Ita8 beary tteel body.
It keep fire all sight.
-IT T8 THE
the grandest production of rood cm times.
We intite yon to call and examine oar
immense line of Riverside 8 to rev end Rang.
-.. mrra tn tt nn
' BA8 RAXKITKO B18
Stfea Fall tSuitinjrs.
;.: ro. leoo second avenat.
Rook Islawd, ll
Uoalrr ia ?ew and
A sseelatty made ef iewelrv.
No. 1614 Second ATenoe.
Aflarttyesrs BrptrteiMjs ta tear hi mr laatra
misll Maatc, I wiu pnwaies pea ISiery whb
teas li n bi for too kat .uaey of aa tea m
etxler owe ai Brrliwa. ewrk laveeille pepll
Teachers ul eave uw Is aedae tsw M aee
Bwaa of aa Oheturd oil of aMrOed eeb ew
hi et msetr to every owe. Lests aedets- agar leg
snthor. al Biy nss rewsas, leu; tstead aswaao.
U s SMke a speeiaHy of lre hlsg
tsachers how te leech.
ASSnes ma at MU8 Bray tml Dovweeort. to.
X Is akBosr1eVw
Hie hwl1rw - Um9
"'''?' A I Biwa m uiert.
.'."'Lf'M lasciH -e rewie.-yi.
, w ormrwewsaoeauw whiter
- , wwr1t, a aad hef
II eMv eate la in ss
r, to i u -r.
Bed Room Sets,
. ARE NOW
CeTCaU as d are our line.
No. 103, 103 and 107 East Second St,
r f-i 'r. I rs
J. B. Z
Das jot rr-ura1 frai Earope aJ bmiU tie picasr-d u aee L i U:U at
c lie place of basis ia
Stak Buick, Orro.TK IIakpxs Horn.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
far ISM tl
Office and Shop Core 8ctos treat f.
aim Beveau Arcaoe.
emVAll ktads ef Arttsslc mere a eswrtoit.
House and Sign Painter.
rtrst-cteas OraBlsf aad Paawr HaaftSvf .
P.O. Bo en.
PatAOQTjAnrTta) wm m oBoaBAnrr or m ooownr. trai rtiAi
mocw TAIJTiai a XXrOaUCATIOaT TMC'jH A STTTST CT TTO MAf CT
T i fc r i. ' as - I I 1 taT"-
tce cmctico, nccx
jorfuHiaw tnada ttneav rwmnrhsm avsxl TSonotoas Fast and '
BStawoarl Blves-. tnoUlrx-t stautw so a.i.4 rrotn (,Uia. J..i" . '
Lw Bi. VlotlOe. kxH lt U,iMl. 19 iLLlSol MrH.MV.NJ-' ' S
OUuraara, O-raiooa. I-s Wolr, 'X inteTeet, Audt-bon, h--.ati.a.-.i '
ict lOWA-sunnnoiis ud u la U, sYil A-W.t'?
tfi-i??5.F"Ji lo lKOTA-Casr8, J oa-rwL aaa fvo- ..
Cree. oanesW, bno. ta the IN DLAK 7 k iJt.TOBT-ard
Btrlna-a. L-e Pvlo. ta OO ro riLFK t,-..,nar fuajr C -re i
tn4T Caare bwtsrwea Chlrekro, U rbMw mod UuUMtt bob. Trmes-e V
j8 areem of ru-a lraitr aod rreat&- laxvis svaordJtisy toe cwe8 :"'T
sf ntSTV-m t,rr n lean on to aj towns aavd r-iuae evaast and sex. "
m .w.t. . n riT trii r-,-m ,n tranann n as-epr n-
MAC".inCErlT VCSTISULE CXPRCSJ TRAINS.
Lavatnav aO e-ornpwtltne-s la rrdtrdor
rrwei D.'iii oaM. 1 urv-B tor -
CWr (Ostrs, anS hssbstof U aex-rirt
Koea fuwtam. Nm. ami
atmI hleb'o, trie ot. Jimmuti. i
iiurianiurvf men as B"s n rn-oie crirw w r-t ai-"1 .
CsuUortila Eciin&a Aiv, wnt CitOlCB Of feOUi K8 ta sum rT. rV
Lake. Udeo, Fort-avtMi. Ixo Al.a. surd mnr" rtm
UKa to and frora Pise's r-we-lL haoiUm, ssraaB ut leslvAs.UJ
masa, a&4 toceaic CraiMwure tA Caewrax.o.
- VIA THE AIXZHT LEA ROUTE.
oHdf'iinn TraHss Ull tutsan
U B -8 1 . t w . ml
1 isssi City. Tbrow a Caatr Ul
SvAd kmnxK Fail a. via hock leiauxl-
towva. Htous faila. aod too tinmmmr fcaaorio ad Htiai.i
tiro'-noa oc uo stortosrm. .
1 . 1 BHOBT UNI VIA MTNbWA AJO KAKCAKTw nW-re sbUT
ra4 belem CiocirjBau. tonuacapotsa, t,y-tte, aad Ceuseu
eosaea, AActuaoa, Ltsmvema mU, b" a noes City, Miannnns, aad a. rTrit!gi
Carpets, Curtains. Etc
DAVIS & CO.
A esss1ns nark e
Pip", Braes Gools, I 'alit c
I1obw, Kir- Brica. Ym
BvSw ArrsjW 1
DEAN STEAM PUYiPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA.OHS
8fe feel ssrWw e v rf mm- pwrfe.1. ai.s e ,; ,rr ,
mmaw iw. wmm pveiiTeir e.rLM
BeJetj IlcaUec DoiVra aa4 Osivi
faTwiahlaC a4 levfrg Ww. otl
Fmrr irt .
fUvk It at,'.. l !rt..is
Tili I I1S8. Immfuv . i.;.. ia
bars bee. reccivei.
COMPLETE IN ALL
T. C. DUH CA5,
a rid Builder,
rWta 8a. waL Kal oaTU k-a
. - . t : i i . . a
isuno & pacific riilwit,
of smpmaet, cord
b. fi.i.rren UHii"
liie.n U.ai-. Care Delr
re, flui. !..--
8 CTilr-e-o and man pruts r
al-s l ixilu to sb4 troca ttose 'J1; t T7
sd er-e twtaawm i'rorta. Sv
lta Fawortv I A am to htawowrrS
ur iiisorts aaa Bstl.id eJd
rttinaro aa4 tsana potta aod f raaj
T I C T . . a - a - I arnx.aysr
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SM hv 1'rw
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