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THE BERKSHIRE HILLS. '
Bswa shea 4rttojr Upton
Oa their round oresta ; I
Luc, oa their bosoms, the tender
Olow of reete;
If ona and mm keep tortus watches
Where their pises wall.
Oa Um the bow leana, that stretchss
O'er the wet Tale.
Coder their snow. Sprta-1 sort Angers
Opaa dainty flowers.
By their mad brooks, satar linger.
Whoa win tor lowers;
Thsa tenia uncurl, gay Tinea clamber
O'er rocks and treee;
White Uwe a Uir lakes (lumber
Fanned by the breese.
Bonn of the stream, that through meadows
Winds, calm and brlirht,
Olasataf the slopes, wbers cloud shadows
Bport with M Ujrht!
teafy saila, where o( )ots's ssdneas
- Bints sU day trHl.
Waers through the night of lore's sadness
- Sinus whip-poor-will
O, that our er'ry endeavor,
God ward would rias, .
Like their bine summits, forever
While, llaxrtbetr clear streams, that water
Orchards nd meads.
Ore-' o'e rale ws would arattor
jrs thoughts and deeds. .-. - , ,'
Ons Useful Cigar.
. It U totil of sea captain who died not
long ago that be was formerly in rommarkl
of a ship in which passengers were carried
from New York to some of the inlands. On
one occasion the ship caught Bra, and the
passenfrors and crew were compelled to
take hurriedly to the boats.
The captain remained perfectly cool
throughout all the confusion and fright of
the embarkation, and at last every one ex
cept himself was got safely into the boats.
By the time be was ready to follow the
paassDgers were almost wild with fear and
excitement. Instead of hurrylngdown the
ladder the captain called out to the sailors
to bold on a minute, aud taking a cigar
from his pocket coolly lighted it with a
bit of burniutt shroud which had fallen
from the rigging at his feet. Then he de
scended with deliberation, and gave the
order to push off.
"How could you stop to light a cigar at
ucb a moment?" he was asked afterward,
when some of the passengers were talking
over their escape.
"Because," be answered, "I saw that if I
did not do something to divert the minds
of those in the boat there was likely to be
a panic, and, overcrowded as it was, there
was danger of its being upset. The act
took but a moment, but it attracted the
attention of everybody. Yon all forgot
yourselves because you were thinking
about my curious behavior, and we got off
safely." Youth's Companion.
Fallen on Evil Days.
I bear sad news alout Isabello, the flower
girl of the Paris Jockey club in the palmy
dayaof the Third empire. Mr. Whltehurst,
then the Paris correspondent of The Daily
Telegraph, Introduced her to the notice of
the EuglUh public, and both in Paris and
London she became quite a personage. She
was not a pretty girl rather the reverse
but she was what the French In untrans
latable phrase call ciiic. She wore a fancy
costume, stood at the door of the Jockey
clnb when no races were on, and was al
ways to be found at the foot of their grand
itand at Longchamps when the grand
arias was being run.
It was there the Empress Eugenie taw
bar first, bought her flowers, and took a
fancy to ber. In those now far off days
laalwlle on state occasions wore in ber hat
a gold buckle, with her Initials in brilliant,
a present from the empress. When the
empire fell and the Germans entered Paris
Isabella's joyous reign was over. She was
atlil the Bower girl of the Jockey club even
under the republic, but it proved differ
ent state of things. Her fortunes gradu
ally foil away, till now I hear from one
who knew her in her palmy days and has
helped ber In ber distress that she has
been sold up and turned out of her little
shop, where to the last she sold flowers.
Paris Cor. Liverpool Post.
Americana la Paris.
Americans Yes, they are here. The
j ones necking social recognition, others
, seeking whom they can marry. It is not a
particularly creditable state of affairs, but
j the American met everywhere la rnally In
!) aearcb of one of these two things. In Lon
j don she is trying to buy her way with
money. In Paris she is trying to buy in-
nuencewitn money. This is a distinction
j with a difference. She feels that ia Lon-
? Hon she can offer ber dollars in the crudest
way, stating what she wishes and bow
J much she will give for it Here more care
5 must be taiavn, and to get the influent of
a lady from Faubourg St. Germaine she
t! must be approached most delicately and
'.j the question of money glossed over until
S it seems of the slightest moment. Paris
; Rate Cause a Watchman's Oisehaiwe.
; A mysterious affair at the storeof Forbes
& Wallace puzzled everybody in theem-
; pioy 01 me nrm lor quite awhile. Several
.! mornings the cords of the cash system were
-t found cut, and bad to be repaired before
.1 the little cash carriers could be used. Who
aia the cutting was a mystery, and several
i employes were suspected. Finally the
watchman was discharged and a new one
engaged, but the next morning the cords
were again cut. Then a closer watch waa
net and It was discovered that rats were the
guilty ones. The cords blocked np a hole
through which the animals wished to n.
and they gnawed them off. The old watch
man was reinstated and all other suspects
uuueraiea. opnngneia (Mass.) Home-
Superstition and the Meonstoaw.
The flaw in the moonstone is called the
magic mirror," since fortune tellers say
that through these the mysteries of the
, ruture are revealed. Of course this la all
arrant nonsense, but it certainly makes a
good market for Im perfect stones, and th
are thus made to cost more than the flaw
, less gem. Apart from its soft, silvery
beauty the moonstone has taken hold of
the superstitions of a superior class of
peopie, ana whether they tell the true rea
, son or not, they all like to own one as an
j . am n let to protect from harm and danger.
auu iur ue jrooo iucx u Is landed attach)
to the possessor. Exchange.
Magnetism li now proposed for overcom
i tug scaie in Doners. The magnets are ar-
i ranged within a cylinder in sheets and
bundles, and the water being kept in con
stant motion deposits are prevented. The
inventor or me device claims that the same
arrangement can be economically and ad'
-..-Rwuaij uaeu ior me artificial "age-
wi u iiiuors. jutcnange.
Caller (Sunday evening) Is Miss Bages
Bervant No, sir; I am sorry to say Miss
K(n nas jusi gone to church.- Aew York
Lower Twin Crvjk's Witch.
The little communil? of Iw Twin
Creek, in Nile township, O., is just at pree-
ukHirm i rum center to circumference
over the advent of what it believes to
be a veritable witch in its midst. This
woman came to the place some time ago,
- ssn od since has been leading a mysterious
life, and has become the talk of Die entire
neighborhood. In the daytime Die wan-
aers aonut tne count rvalue from one honse
to another entertaining the simple house
wive with strange tales of distant coun
tries which she has visited and of strange
supernatural phenomena which she hsa
witnessed, and some of which she has been
rapart. Her stock of witch lore Is bound
.' les, and she understands thecbarmaa well
' - as the medicinal properties of every plant
In the field and woods. At night she in
some way disappears, and although on sev
eral occasions she has been watched she
has alwnys managed to elude her spies and
make her nocturual visits to witchlaud un
attended. .Recently she has been making some as
, toutahlug exhibition of her art In connec
tion with a Mrs. Sam Cooper of that neigh
borhood, who for years has beea suffering
from a nervous affection of the muscles of
her neck so that she could not keep her
bead still. ' The. , witch told . her .that she
was under the spell of a certain man of
the community, whom she described, and
that if she would examine the bed and pil
low whereon she slept she would find
thirty-three witch bails. The examination
was made and curiously enough the exact
number of bulls, ingeniously formed from
the feathers, were found.
And now a night bus been appointed
when at tbe hour of midnight these balls ,
are to be burned, and at such time, tbe
oroon declares,, tbe man who is wielding
the spell will din at once and the woman
be cured. The people are anxiously a wait
te hour, and In the meantime the
satiy ooEScious of Wng one of the main i
characters in a most serious tragedy or a
moat - ridiculous
Backwoods Hotel Accommodation.
Th'i happened away in the backwoods
of .Arkansas.' A tourist going over tbe
state on horseback stopped for tbe night at
one of the popular hotels of a certain local
ity. The hotl happened to be a log and
slab affair of three rooms and tbe same
number of beds, while tbe proprietor was
the proud parent of nine woolly looking
sons under twelve years of age. After a
supper of "hog and hvm'ny" the follow
ing occurred between the host and one of
"Come, Billy, get the broom straws."
Nine broom straws of unequal lengths
were produced by Billy.- The father hid
them in bis hand in such a manner that
only an end of each straw could be seen.
Then each boy drew a straw, w . - :
"Ha, ha!" said the merry parent jovially,
"Bill, you an' Buck an' Lige git the short
"What does that mean?" asked the
ainuxed guest, whom look of amusement
faded away when bin host said:
"Meauf Why, that's a little way we
have o' settlln' which three of 'em shall
sleep with any gint that happens to stop
over night with ua. I 'speet you'll find
Buck an' Bill an' Uge mighty lively bed
fellers, but . don't you be afeered to give
'em a warmin' op with yonr boot or a bed
slat if they git to trainin' too high. . Go
'long, 4xys, an' pi in with this geut, and
mind that yon IJnVtve yourselves." De
troit Free Press. . . . .
Fare Water Ranolese.
To secure perfectly pure safe drinking
water for the household, and so far insure
immunity from diseases which ravage the
summer and make heat unbearable where
they do not actually prostrate, it is neces
sary to boil t he water first and filter it
afterward.- Fortunate is tbe family who
trom well in new soil or spring from
mountain head can draw pure, sparkling
water without further process. Such
draughts are stimulant and refreshment
to tbe body as well as relief to the thirst,
and one may take drink freely as of the
ocean air. Free water drinking to the
amount of two or three quarts daily for a
grown person, accompanied by free per
spiration, greatly reduces the onnression
of suiuniL-r ln-at and supplies the place of
uot in a negree. But the fluid supplied
by moat towus and villages needs careful
preparation before it is anything but an
inoculation of disease. Shirley Dare irr
.New i ork llera'd.
. . Halt Water Hatha.
Salt water baths are an excellent tonic;
taken warm they are delightfully refresh
ing wnen one is heated or tired, and taken
cold they are the best preventive in the
world of too great susceptibility to colds.
u e delicate woman, who nsed to insist
r u she "canghta cold on coming into the
world aud had never been without one
siuoe," Ix-cume as indifferent to dunp and
draughts as a sailor after a year's trial of
for those who have sensitive crums. in-
clined to biped on the slightest provoca
tion, a month wash of salt and cold water
used once or twice a day will harden the
gums and prevent soreness. As salt is a
styptic, any slight bleeding may be checked
by treating the Dart with salt water. Per
sons woo have tender feet will find them
growing much less sensitive day by day it
treated to a daily brisk rubbing with cold
salt water. Jew York Evening Sun.
They All Come at Once.
The tendency of things to run in grooves
Is exemplified every day in this store. If a
fat man with a red face comes puffing in to
Duy tue iigutest coat and vest there is in
stock he is sure to be followed during the
uay oy at least a nail dozen counterparts.
I have waited on four men walking on
crutches within an hour, and cue day I
thought there was a convention of club
footed men in the city. Again I have no
ticed an invasion of red headed men, of
oaia neaueu men. or men who stammered,
of men who were inclined to bully, and of
men who would take anything you gave
them aud pay the price asked without a
murmur, It would seem that mankind
sometimes runs in "schools" of distinct
species. Interview with a St. Louis Cloth
A caution old woman when asked what
she thought of one of her neighbors of the
name of Jones with a knowing look re
plied: "Why, I don't like to say anything
aoout my neighbors; but as to Mr. Jones,
sometimes I think, and then again I don't
Know; but, after all, I rather guess he'll
turn out to boa good deal such a sort of
man as I take him to be." San Francisco
Florist He is a poet, you say, and yott
want some appropriate flower for himf
What is bis first name?
Florist Well, how would a John-quill
ao ' uarpers isazar.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
lor any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Ball's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chknet & Co.. Props.. Toledo. O
we. tbe undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the lsa fifteen years
and believe him perfect! honorable in ail
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by their
Walding, Rinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggist. Toledo. O.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
acting airecuy upon tne blood and mu
cons surface of the svstem. Price 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Te srvoas Debilitated Maa.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining ail arout Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
ueDiiitatea system, and how they will
quickly restore yon to rigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
VoLTAie BrLT Co.. Marshall, Mich.
forced to Leave Hosts.
over 60 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at the dru?.
gist's for a free trial package of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood U bad.
your nver and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and have headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't fail
to call on any druggist todav for a free
sample of this grand remedy. The ladies
praise it. j&veryone likes it. Lanm sl
pauaaga ou cents.
Hard ooal Market.
17.75 per ton for beat anthrarlt fMnl
all sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ion U18COUDI lor cash. Indiana hlanb
va.ous.na uannel coal IS ner ton delivered.
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying In 25c per ton eitra.
K. Q. Fbazbb.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Ltqulds and snuffs are
unpleasant as well as dangerous. Ely's
irenm caim is sate, pleasant, easily ap
plied into the nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the nasal oaaaaima nnrl h.l.
the Inflamed membrane, giving relief at
once. Price 60c.
The question has been asked; "In what
respect are Bt. Patrick's sill better than
any otherf Try tbem. Ton will find
that thev Droduca a Tiiauini.. Mth.u
effect, are more certain in their antlnn
Md that they not only physic, but cleanse
Ue Whole SVStem nnrl ml,i II
and bowels. For aala at 9K ,.
box by Harts ft Bahnsen. druggists.
J. M. GASP ARB,
ll?im Psynport. Iowa, Call fee
11 mate and eee work before coin la nnm.
BCHOOL OP m'n ralhoaa samoe,
The Great a k .
n. T. . a-btuwicw nu. or ran.
S2-S2IStaSL!? surcreaptta all that fa,
atna4fertaeai. ToWneS rallly tor tronblea
Beeailar to women Foil dlrnnioas with each
V per box or (kreo eozn ar S6. Ankcrinaa
rul Co., rrfTpronftrrtfm.Hneaear- Tmra. laa
- nuh uiionnoen, Aim
a of ad
it Is said will e0 anything, this in
true in a measure; but for staying
qualities,- merit is the test Extensive) .
advertising may sell anything whero
It is sew or unknown, but after it
comes into general use, it is Judged
according to its worth. The continued
and steady growth of Swift's Specific
Is the best evidence, of its excellence.
- It is most popular where it is best
known. Every bottle sold, sella test
others. Every one that takes it be
comes its friend, and recommends it
to their acquaintances. -Treatise
on Blood and Skin Diseases
Swift Spbcifio Co., Atlanta, Ga
Dr S E. IIcCREARY
(Late of Cincinnati, OhloJ
Has Permanently Located ia
In the past eight months he has snccesefalt
treated more than
of the most severe character. Hi eneclsltlet are
Such cises as rheumatism, neural
gia, scrofula, asthma, catarrh, heart
disease, all kinks of nervous diseases,
eoilepsy, chorea and . nervous prosirs
tions. In fact all chronic or lonit stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
rnVLwa of Manhood. Seminal Weakness, and
Errors of Youth, positively and permanentij
(VfoeltlVBlv no ease taken that cannot he
eureit. Correauondanre accompanied by 4c ia
uwp promptly emtworeu. .
Office MeCollongh's Ne Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
; DR. SAND EN'S
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THE TRAVELERS GUIDE.
ft U 10 GO, ROCK ISLAND PACIKIC KAIL-
w way Depot corner Firth avenue and Thirty,
flrnt street. C. U. Skalton. sgent. -
C'ouurll HlaSri t Mlnnoao- I
ta Day Express.
Kansas City Day Express...
Wa.hlngtoo KxpreM.. .....
Council Blaffa at Mianeao-1
ta Express I
Council Bluffs A Omaha J
Limited Vestibnle Ex.. (
Kanaaa City Limited
:50amj 1 :00am
S:M) am 10:M pm
--3 put aa.w ym
7:60 pm IMm
tOinmj west. tUoing eaat. 'Daily.
TJCRUNGTON ROUTS-C B. O. BAIL-
-- way lienot First avenue sad Sixteenth .
M J. Yonog, agent, - -
r.iin 1 inm
Ht. Lou IB KxpreM.........
St. Lout Exprera. ........
Ru Pol Express..
Way Frelvht (Monmontb).
Way Freight ISterllng)...
Sterling Paseengnr.. ......
i- e:o am;- e:e am
7 K pro 7:18 pm
p SMS pal 7 GSam
hi: hi am
CHICAOO. MILWACKEB ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A So'nthweatern Divtalon De
pot Twentieth etreet. between First and Second
svenoe. K. D. w. Uolmee. went.
Mail ana Kxprea. ......
8t. Paul Expn-fB.,
a -.00 on
8 :10 pm
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY Dl
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. 1
H. Rockwell, Agent.
Fee. Mall Express......
atOST DIRECT BOUTS TO THE
East and South -I!ast
I man I jraat
and Ex. I Express
1M pni 7io pm
8 16 am
lvR. lal'dar lJOuni
r.. Orion. .lv 18.48 pm
.Cambridge.. 12 86 pat
. 4.57 nm
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Bloomlngton.l g.ia ui
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IV W HI
St. Louis, Mo 7.8a pm
Terra Hants. lOJfS pm 8 16 am
.Bvansvllle.. 6 06 pm 1.00 an)
Indianapolis. 11.15 nm 7.46 am
'Hnclnnatl. Cil t is nmf
Psssemrer train arrlv anil ,1nrt Imm TiniM,
depot Peoria. .
Accommodation train leaves Bock Island 8-4S
id. m. arrives at Peoria x: go a. at. . Leaves Peoria
:io p. m. amTes ai kock jaiana 1 :os a. m.
In. Bock Inland..
s ou am
18. fO pm!
6 JO pm
i.iv nail l.ao pm
8.05 am; 8.00 pm
Chair car on Fast Exnress batman KakIt Tiia
Bad Peoria in both dlreetkms.
B.B.BUDLOW, . BTOOKHOU8E.
nnperiaieniwat. aian'l Tkt. Axeat.
tfy. TRAIN with Xlestrie lighted end
r""" Lneatea Veatlbohrd trains between Chi-
" w I M, Mil It HlllJIia.
TRAIfONTrilf'KTAl. BOUT! with ElecTie
Ihrntedand Meam heated Vestibules trains be-
6KXAT RATIONAL BoSt betweea Chkaso
if B.HB-BS1 fHt 414 W 1, "
D8 MJUt Or BO AD reach ttir all nrinelnai
pw to Mlinoja, Wiseonaln. lauiiieeota, Iowa,
allaaanri, Booth Dskot and NorUl Dakota.
roT Biaps. time tables, raUa of paaaaite and
?t-VhP?lLI? ? " nt
any eaUraad ssent any when la the world.
-avunwLO. rtLLBB, A.V.H.OABPFTBB,
mmmy - - . . . .
aLlaal Lunr C-hm. m . . .
. DK SIBTSATOK'S HOTICB.
ate of 6eorge. Zlegler, deceased. -aerstgaed
having been appointed admin
a the eetate of George 1. Zlegier, lale
Snty of Beck Island, aute of lUinota. da.
ewehy tvs notice that he will appear
oonnty ooart ot Rock Ulead eonacy, al
of a clerk of eaideoan,ia ahechw of
UadiM the Febesaryterm. on the Sret
ilav Fehrnary next, at which tin all
krtadatme against eaid eatate are no
li aaueeMd to attend for the narrnaae of
aeanead)oated. AH aereoas iadebted
a4a sM. requested to Baaka Immediate
the ondenlimed. -Uits
8od day of Deeemhen, A. . 180.
FBAKK li. ZIEOLSB. Adatinls'raior.
QHJ NCERY NOTICE.
8TATI Of rttlNOIS, I .
Boca 1 Ban Comm. f '
In t ClrenH Coart, January term, 181 .
Bmmat abrteht vs John AHirtchc In Cnaacery.
AOdtrltof aua-reeldenee of the shove named
defendi at, John Albricht, having been lied in lbs
clerk SHeeot the ctreatt court o said eonnty.
mrYomt tne aereoy gives lo un aald -loon
Albrlctk defendant, that tbe complainant flled
ber bill of complaint to aaid conit, on lbchanrrry
aide th reof, on the Sand day of oovember lnOO,
and th t therenpon aenmmuns awned oat of aaid
conrU'f herein a id aott la now prndlng. retnrn-
wo arm jaanaay in in montn oi jannary
nest, a rls by law rrrsirred. Now, nnleaa you, the
said Jiha Albricht, dffendant, above named,
shall B,aaonaIly be and appear before sal I circuit
court. a the 8rt day of ibe next term thereof, to
r-e boM as at Bock laland ia and for the said coun
ty, on I ae 8nt Monday tn Jannary next, and plead.
uw-a -w unuur uj w aaia coaipieinani'e nut or
eompla nt, tbe asms and the matters and tblmra
' borer- charged and staled w'lt be taken ae cen
feased, and a decree entered sgalnat yon accord
ing te the prayer or aaldUiil.
Bock laland Illlr-naj. Nov. Mlh.
. GKO. W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Mcl rrat McEm ar.Coagp'iSol
XC riVIB'S 8aU.
-STATE Ot ILLINOIS, I
Boot latavn CotnrrT, 1
In the Clrcnlt Conrt In rhiiuwr.
John I sets, adminteiratorcom teetamento annexo
oi u a esiace ot Bailey Davenpon,deeeaaed, va.
the Lock laland and Milan Mreet Rallwav Com.
psnj, Charlee H. Stoddard, J. F. Kobinaon,
Kln ire Urtrst, Peter Fries and J. Q. Mame.
ung BBiout. .
John eets, admlnlattator enm tettaaento aa
nexe ot the estate of Bailee DaTennort. ri.
cesaid, vs. tbe Rock laland A Milan Street
nan ay uompaay, aura Wllcher, John W
Stewart. Jaawa af. MontraMrr Etlwla n
f ru ar, Levi Sharp. Frederick Weyerhaeoeer,
Free srkk C. A. Denkmano, William P. Hal
llgai-i Ross Woodmanaee, Thomaa 6. Silvia,
lom a V. Eckbart and Jnba St. Downing.
Oeoige Downing, Sr., James Downing d
I ho aas Downing, partner etc., sa Downing
Noti ce la hereby frlven that bv virtue nf de
cree o ' the circuit conn In aud fur the county of
DuL ' i.. .t ..... , . . .
mwv j nw. ew. v, siiiiKTiv, entered in lite
above entitled causes on the Thirtieth SUthl day
f Sep&niber, A.D., 1890, 1 shall on Saturday, tbe
Uixta .6 day of December, A. D., lStU, at the
hour tf tea 101 o'clock in the forenoon of said
day at tbe north door of the court bouae In tbe
city oi Kitca Ulaau la aem county of Rock Is and.
sell, ("Object to the approval of and confirmation
bv sa d circuit court, at public auction so the
hlghet t bidder or bidden upon the term herein
after imd in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way o ' aid defendant the Kock Inland A Milan
Street Railway Company, aald railway extending
from tbe comer of Herenleentb street and First
nvruas In aald city of Kock laland t.irongh and
along theaireeta and avennea ot said city to a
point a or near tbe sou i hern limit of said city,
and U snce over it right of way and in part over
and alnu certain roads and highway in tbe town
of Soi th Rock laland to and over the nriufesjiow
owneii by the said city of Rock laland spannUm
Kock rlror between the town of Sears and the
sown S' Milan, and thence over and along certain
etreet and public grounds in aaid town or city of
Milan to It teruiiuu therein and Incledlng the
braac extending from the town of aeara arure
sald tit the nieh nolnt on tbe bind nr H,wk
known aa Black Bawk's Watch Tower, together
tin t-u earn railway company's rtgnt or way, real
ea1altv leasee, road-bed, track, side tracks,
awttalaw. Iron, ties, engine and station bouse,
najtat..BMtars, lulling alack, cars, hones, aia-ohIut--y.
tools, ImMemenU and bekuicrtn.-a and .11
aatdttllway company's sroperty. appliances and
apiMif tasHuceaor every eon, aiua ana description
wuanoevor now hnioojtngio and owned by aald
deles Jam railway company. Including those now
In the posseasUn or control of Frederick Has.
he rati ifore appointed receiver herein, and all such
whhsl may bereaft-r and prior to such aale be ac
quire I by hint, (excepting neverthelen all moneya
be Ion lng to aaid street railway company now In
tbe hi nda of aald receiver ana U ancb as may
ariae rom or grow out of tbe use of aaid railway
prop rty and Iranehtses, or may come to aa d re
ceive r prior to his sarrendsrlng possession of said
laiiwiiyauuirropeny as oy ssia decree provided)
toveli wr with all the rictus. Drlvileaiea and fntn.
chlaeii of aald defendant railway company to
maini aln and operate lie raid railway and carry on
It ha tinea, and to matniaia and operate tta aaid
nilw.tyover.Blone.acro and thronahihn nwt.
alleyis rosda and public grounda of said city of
Rock bland, aald town of Milan and aald township
of Scath Kock Island, and over and along tbe
aald iiridgea spanning Kock rlvsr, and all other
rigum, privileges anu rraucniaea wnafoever ne
longl ig to or connected with the aaid railway com
pany , all of said rallwav. nremtae. nronrv
ritfbtiiand nrtvlleffea belns altuuad te tlte nutnte
of Bo Jk Island afttreaalu aald sale being aubject
nerei metes kaiifiene ior taxes or aaseesmenta,
ganei al or spec 14, which may have accmed aud re
Dais thereon prior to eooh sale.
Ta tlMS tor BALK. Tea thottMnd 10,OQ0
dolla -a tn caan dawo at the time of aaid aale. and
the n malnder upon the approval and conflrmatioa
of am haatebyeakl ctrcnltcoart.
- Da ed at Rock Island, Illinois, this 6th day of
Not miter, A. D.,laW.
ITKEDKKICK H ASS,
T .1 Receiver and Snecisl UutmlnPh.rU..w
- Thi sale mentioned In the above and foregoing
notk a la hereby postponed to lake place on Tues
day I M Sixth day of January, A. D. 1891, at tbe
hour or ten o'clock In the forenoon of aald day at
the i4ace and on the terms uoi.tloned In the
abov i and foregoing notice.
Ds ad at Bock Iland. Illinois, this Sixth day
w. V At . I. JOWU.
Receiver and Special Master In Chancery.
place in th paper for
WlU -Lost-" "aU and Rnf
Lie and "fbtnf" riirmm
Only one-half cent a word. E very body reads this
utiwu.. -Asg tmr
A TOCN MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
a ao eooras for his board this winter.
ICMLT FURNISHED ROOM FOB TWO
gsDiiemea si tttj Twentieth ttreeu
SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, honaht, sold
- exchanged. Money loaned or Furniture
eun d at Southeast earner Perry and Third ota
TTl-ANTED Afimtlageneral Manager for
v w uus city ana vicinity to Introduce the-Cbi
Plan" of Accident Insnrsnce It combine all
ueiavaniBgesof the 'old line" and tbe "mi
tnal ' systems. Terms moat liberal; address
. .f. W.D. CHASM, Sec y, taeneva, N. Y.
P aOFESSIOI, AL CARDS.
9m M. BEABDSLET.
ATWBWKT AT LAW Office with J. T. Kan
mmm. aawasT U A a
-W eVUlflT,V4SBB OaTQHsaAnDM
JACKSON k HUBST,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OSes la Bock Island
aan luaBai hu nouaing, Kock Island, 111.
a.B. SWBUTBT. O. L. WAUtBB.
HWEESEY A WALKER.
4 TPORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
"u aoa in nengaions sweat, swck laland, ill.
McESIET A McENlRf,
A TPORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on good
.wsiuit7,BaBeooiieciionB, jtererencs, Slilch
ell A Lynde. bankers. Offlee tn Postofllee block.
THE DAILY AKUTJH.
nt SAt.K mnT rviKisa r
xii rws nam. r tva cents par copy.
DBS. BTJTHEKFORD BUTLER,
afl BLlinATVlBVaT.V PsTal AtTPlSTA TYID13 i
vsamsji a uiuvui w VuTrT llaiDW, MknUlOuCOl XJVtt
fs4riAm - . 4Ttth J ilt V 1 . - . 1 w. - .
WM. 0. OsPiD. D.S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms 86, r.sa and ,
Tare Elevator. . DAVBSTOBT. IA.
p- pure r
" WW w
. CHEMIST I
. r - T r aaaata, 1
W. C. LLAUCKER,
Bavtaf purchases' the
Property which ae has bad red tied for the ho. '
tel basioena, kt now prepared to sooom
aaodate trtnaient gassts.
Day and Regular Boarding
Be Is also engaged ta the
at tbe same place with a ehsfes lot of CSaocerirs.
ram produce a specialty.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Bktck, No. 808 80th BX, Bock Island.
Having nnrcoasee a complete line of Undertak
ing good, with hearse and BtfMurteoncse, and
having seen red the aervleee of Mr. Geo. E. Reed.
of Chicago, aa expert funeral director and em-
stumer or u years experience, 1 am fully prs-
Bma 10 gnarantee aauaraction.
After 28 years experience Is teaching Instra
mental Mnaic, I will promise you mora theory with
lees leeeoos for the least money of any teacher hi
under oar scnenrlsion. snven each laeanlla nnnfl
Teachers will save money to order their Mualc
Books of as. One-third off of aurked price oa
Sheet manic to every one. Leave ordera, naming
author, al my music rooms, Uul Second avenue.
We make a specialty of teaching tnexaerlenced
temr.ner now to teacn.
Address me st 14U6 Brady St Davenport, la.
MRS. C. A. MEuEalEB.
John Volk & Co.,
Bfcdu, Dotirs, Blinds, Siding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Eighteenth at- Dot Phlrd and Fourth ave.,
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, among other tme-triad and wen
known Fire Insurance Companies be following:
Roys) Insurance Company, of England.
Wesohexler Fire Ina. tktmpanr of K . Y.
Buffalo German Inn. Co., Buffalo, M. Y.
Kite bee ter German In. !o., Hochaater, M. T.
t'itixena lna. Co., of Piusbnrgb, Pa.
San Fire Office. London.
Vnton In. Co., of California,
fteenrity Ina. Co., New H tven. Coin.
Mllwausee Mecnaalcs Ina. no . Milwaukee, Wt
German Fire Ins. Co of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
; ROCK ISLAND
-ALL KINDS OF
done. A specialty of furnishing all kinds
of Stoyes with Castings ot 8 sects
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where an kinds of yint
work will he done Irat-clsas.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS., Propts.
ui mvmm oir a
$200.00 and Upwards
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to five times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 1 par cent semi annually, collected and
remitted free of charge.
& W. HURST,
Attorjstey at Law
Booms 8 sad 4 Masonic Taanple,
ROCK ISLAJTD. ILL
i as Mi sers.
Cll or send for circular MWtlalniiai
I Uen, Caaear, Brla-at's UUiasi, Seronslaj,
Emma. Syphilis, Bbeaatsrlaaw jvanv
arrlk. Taasets. Stoaaaea Ttealtisa, &.
rte. Sleee BSWiaararanT am nulaa.
AanWK wsnterl erei f m Its i e. BBBS BlfBIHlS SIIXBa
Ul.. IM, i,i r W4 SlrssU. taiUWh
Rig G Is acknowledged
tint leadine- rentetlv fur
Tbeouly aitiu remetly f,tr
Leatrwrrsiara or Whites
I prescribe itand leal
Bet in imwiMulln. to
ITwttMWCMtawiiffn Ui all aiirterers.
snrcsMttn.us; -a A. J. n iiiMtrl, H.
- I'H-aTUB. 11.
Sketlal by prarhata.
HStlt at SUag,
J. M. BUFORD.
5 J ln M BisrrsiTtt,aean
w n-rtxt t r.tl.,M t ..rrt dm D s,
. fcretlJ raiD lv.Uy,. Uaaja
Boleagti.lortheC.a. ta,it. 81 MIlwAeaU, wlS.
H.m3 waytasr.. TT.sLa4XwsLsvlX
fl-.th fVm.turt C ! .l,.rffn f ' Tot
In mllVCr (. In WfpJa- , J ealsv-n
CMItwes! hy CTTTSI. . 1 - I. . 7 a
sawae aa vlr- aaaass.
f-? IJi'P AGON
l I 11 ROF.OIEFTENBACH'S
I m. 5 l UK raf httiii SUvaiit
n asi r'-niii" w ersns mim mnm. mm
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Company
Ouarn THAaT Shisolks.
Bend for drcalar. (Telephone
. W. tJ02Sr-BS-
Second Hand Goods
Bays, acDs and trades say article. A sorcielty bmA ef trwmmn,
Xo. U14 cVcowd A venae.
ataaafartarsrof a0 ktadtof
BOOTS AND 8HOE3
6' IShoeesapeciany. Repairht
A sharsof yourtaucsteresrAclfnIljsollcila
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAIVFACITKIB 0? CXACKIU AIB USCVm.
Ask your Grocer for them. Thej are best
satrspeclsltles; The Christy "0T8T11.- and the Christy "WArX-"
ROCK ISLAM). ILL.
SEIVERS fe ANDERSON,
Contractors and. Builders,
ALL KFNH8 OF 0ARPKITXS WORK DOKK.
Bar (ieneral Johbiog doaw on abort notice aad aatUtactaaa (aanataed.
Office and Shop 1412 Fourth Avenue. ROCX ISLAND L.
(Successor U Ohlweiler A 8pilrr)
Contractor and Builder,
8hop Third avenue, betwtwn 10th and 11th etrwLe,
(Fred Koch's old slaa.L)
sTAll kinds of Carpenter work and repairing dona. Bali action .Tuaraslecd.
B. F. DeGEilR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and 8hop Corner Seventeenth 6u . T 1 T I 1
and Seventh Arenue, : AVOCK IS 111(1
aeT-All kinds of ArUxJc wo: a rper-lslty. plans aatd eethnalee for all fclcda of Vaikllstas
ft- ralabad ee sntdaralmai
House and Sign Painter.
First-claae draining and Paper Hn!nc.
P. O. Box 672.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
No. 260 Fifth Avenue, ROCK ISLAND.
sV new stors, new suck, the heat sooda al the Vweet price. A share af natronare eoncrted.
T. W. HEHLITZEAt
No. 229TwenUeth Street, nest to Conrad 8chneMers focfTj. Rock Islsnd.
tot flue tilling
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hadeln the latest style. Also reitalrlrtf done wila aeatn.ea and dispatch.
C. J. W. SCHREINER,
-Contractor ana Buildcr-
Plans and speetflcstlona tarnished na all cl
stde SltUtne Blind.
- KING OF COCOAS-4 ROYAL COCOA FACTORY."
Kinjrs are but men, but all men are not king. Therefore, i
when the King of Holla nJ says, as he did by deed of August j
ia, 1889, that he is greatly pleased with i
Van IIosjteits Cocoa,
"BEST & GOES FARTHEST,"
and, entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturers the sole I
right of styling their wurks the Royal Cocoa Factory, a sig
nificance attaches to the act which would not were be
not "every inch a king. -
..- rrri ujujjrf f rrj.jj. 1 '
We are pleased to announce to our many friends that
through, the erection of our new building w have ob
tained unequalled facilities for the display of our various
poods. Our assortment 19 larger and more attractive
than ever We beg to enumerate from our line
A' Magnificent Line
of "Haviland China," hiteand decorated in full dinner
and tea sets, after dinners, fruit plates, Olive dishes,
Goods selected now will be set aside for future delirery if de
sired. We inyite your early inspection.
Lorenzen Crockery Co.,
Cor. Third and Harrison Streets. Davenport, Iowa.
- , ..oa si
T IL ELLIS, Rock Island. EL.
MMSl Cor. reertaeaOl at. and Saesad a
iowe aestiy aatd atwaapCy .
1618 Seoond Aveaas. Eoek IaJsnd. In.
Shop Fourth Ave. hot. Slat aadttd St.
w of wwrk. Aleo arat of VTUler'a Pataaat la
w. jlllod ieTiraL
ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
, (IRAS- IVTrrTTTRrT
R. R. TICKET
. AKD STXAUSH1T
Qaaaaser Aawaneaa TVaet Brakagrs Aasta)
UxdhOaCd Hatzs to all Ponrra.
OITICa -U Aaaaw Krpraa OnVe saetr
T3vt Tawwwb TT.
eft, UIAA XJW.
" 1 1 OPTICA. CO'S
It uill Pay you to Examine It
ASK TOtJE IfEIQHBOES ABOUT IT.
, Moline, Illinois,
J. B. ZIMMER,
Has jat reluraed frooi Europe aaj word b pleMt J to are bis ftr- c i. u
bis plaos ot business ia
Star Bloce, Oprwrrx Qaeper HorsE.
FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 1990 1 bavs beea rrrive4.
CHAS. W. TKRBrRT. Z v
F. C. HOPPE,
-'f? THE TAILOR
Has opeaed bis Kew aad Bpacioaa
No. 1620 to ie2C Third arenne,
wber be would be pleased to ae bis fricads.
seJr place aaiaecitjwaeer-aceaceta. Jteaat tea! Laaes e-ery aa nat M ie 1.
J. T. DIXOJNT,
And Dealer in Mens" Fine Woolens.
1706 8econd ArctiLt.
: I1. "W. WINTBE,
riaseieaiai' of la,
rcade CIGAR Store
V2TO TEilPEIUXCE BUliAKO AKD rooL CALL.
Ko. 106 SECUXD AVEM
lmpmt4 Cmm s air1aHy. IW s mt Ic
3VI. EL MIJRRIN,
Gh-i-o Frjmly Groceries
Thy hsvs -oi It.
It wfll ot fs or aaxtU.
It has lar-t ash paa.
Itas heart ttrri U ,j .
It Itrpt tn all tsl
rr rs tac .
i -rM4rt production t m
Ws rental yoau ran sa l
at '.t nyf
lU-.f 'mi Writ.ee,
and 1C17 SECOXI) AVEXUE.
DAVIS & CO,
A tee till la et-is o
Pijwji, Brass Goods, Tatkirc
Iloee, Fire Brick, Ktr
Sua Afrfcie .
DEAN STEAM PUWPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICAIORS
We faalaaue sset, ewe ferfwl. mt m ., -i . .
Tewwtiy af s fwu. a rra -a, w ... .
rWcry llcavtics; Doikrs aod Otil-ar- J.
f-raiatlng aad lsj iac Wait-r. at.
Kli rikrr Ar. .
IV ch Imlizl I .:n
Tili8esn Hem. 8nlliinm;U. ;a
HID GAS FFFTER
AJrp rtAT ja
Wrought and Cast Iron and lal Pij
Hoee, Packing, Sewer and Dra:n Til-.
Steam and Gas Fixture.
work at fair pricea. EsUmalea furs UJ
a4 abop tl lfftb 8U TelepU-be Y.-.t
Kock Island, 111.
Na 1808 Second art-nu-.
Rock I?lakd, III.
COMPLETE IN ALL
Far CataloctM. AtVlrcM
J. C. DUNCAN.
t-sr caO at tVs
- 1 aaj TwtmtftM Be. Badk lalaaA
' ir iasvlrtwA. isAaafaws