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a iimu fnm so dainty
: 60 eaf t, o Under, and ao dear; .
A HUle voice who kelpie call
b uioate to a mother'! ear;
A HUle puis of dnlloate breath.
Ijk le"s whea Zepoyr whisperetb;
A Uutoarm tbat Bcralai U;
Red, curtlar Oncers, Hole tula;
Two round, blue, upward Rasing eyes,
All OUed wHb stleM wonuerina"s.
That, aa tba kaaj of heaven's Ught bids,
Sow ope, bow ctoae Uxlr downy nda;
A Utile bead, ao amooth and white;
fVrt, roar BMUtb and fairy chin.
And cbaHu all roundni to tha atebt,
flan tiers a dimple drawa tbem In;
All In aaa tiny frama eowora,
Aa Ughi aa Lauvuter, aoft aa Lorn
W. Trefo Wobb la London Spectator.
EXERCISE FOR GRACE.
Why Woe, Ulaa (Teas a Chair Vary
Much aa tha Doll of Their Child Doe.
Baa anybody told yon yet, little woman,
that you don't know how to rise from a
chair? Well, yoa don't. Tbe art, aa yon
perform It, suggests tbe movement, of tbe
flat faced. Jointed wooden creature you
loved beat wben a child, because she was
tbe nnKHiDllest of all your children, and
everybody slue laughed at her and at yoa
for cherishing W most. Dut yoa did, and
you made hnr the very finest gnwns and
moat eotoundliig turbans you could devise,
and kept ber in your arm moot of tbe day
and pat kr clone by your pillow wben yoa
went to bed at night, and perhaps that is
partly tbe reason why you ait down and
rue up with some suggestion of ber ancient
But you should have learned better
things, little woman, all these days tbat
you bare been hearing so much about phy
sical perfection, and tbe drew reforms, and
tbe body reforms, and the DeUartian graces,
and all tbe mt. And you should have
learned that thu reason you rise like your
wooden doll is because your joints are In
exactly the same indexible and unyielding
suite that hers were. The em-ret of grace
of body it nupuleiHtw of joint. It really
takes all the poetry out of tbe matter, yoa
bob, to discover tbiit the elegant sinuosity
of movement that marks the "vera dea" is
altogether a question of mechanics, and
depends upon the ease of motion in tbe va
rious hiuges that connect the different
members of the human frame. But it ia,
and so the thing for you to do is to get
these hinges into eiuty working order as
soon and as completely as possible.
Begin your improving exercises, not by
practicing various graceful poses before a
mirror, as women who haven't got bold of
tbe secret of the thing are wont to do, but
begin with suppling each Neparate Joint
In your body in this way. Turu the An
gora round and round on the axis of the
hand; turn the band round on tbe axis of
tbe wrist. Turn tbe forearm on tbe elbow
and the whole arm on the shoulder. Then
turn tbe head on the neck elowly and aa
far round aa you can. You will be sur
prised to see how easily after a few days'
practice your face will come to be where
your back hair was a moment before.
Now try turning thu truuk on tbe waist
line, the legs on tbe hips, the lower half of
tbe leg on the knee and tbe foot oa the
ankle. A steady, constant pract ice of this
one taming exercise every day for one
month until every joint ia as free and
supple as it can possibly be made will give
a grace and freedom of motion that seems
well nigh Incredible to one who has never
tried it. The most important of these
movements are those that turn tbe body
on the waist, the head on the neck, and
the legs on the hips. Just notice the next
graceful woman you meet and see for your
self bow much her grace of movement de
pends on tne free and supple action of the
trunk and tbe waist and tbe hips. New
York Evening Sun.
Woman Who Live by Typewriting.
manufacturer of one of tbe standard
typewriters on the market says that there
are 73, OU) women who make a living in
thla country by thrumming the key of
writing machines. "We are not able to
give yoa absolutely accurate information,"
oe aaio, -aa to tbe number of women who
make a living by the typewriter, but we
are prooituiy in a better position to est!
tu approximate numoer, aa we
Know more nearly than any one else how
many macntnes or all makes are In use,
ana tbe proportion of male and female
operators. We think it not far out of tbe
way to say tbat there are about 75,000
women, wnoee support is derived from the
nee ox writing machines, and 25.000 men
01 Whom tbe aame may be said. These fig
ures do not include the men who use tbe
typewriter themselves In their own busi
ness or profession, but merely those who
use the machine aa employes of other peo
ple." Another manufacturer says that
nam aj.uuu to 80,000 women are using the
machines which he is making. New York
The DUpoeltloa of the Bine.
ine disposition of tbat aentimental
pledge, the engagement ring, has at last
bean carried before the French courts, and
now we anow to wbom when its signifi
cance is uroaen tbe token shall revert. In
the Nlmes court in France a recent divorce
case came up in which the wife claimed as
era certain articles of Jewelry presented
to her before their marriage. Prominent
among tnene was tbe engagement ring-j
Tbe Judges decided that not oulv is a worn.
an entitled before the law to all those ar
ticle of value which a lover has seen fit to
present to tier before marriage, but that
the "ring offered for the purpose of recall
ing the engagement of two persons consti
tutes the must personal and most irrevo
cable of all souvenirs given in view of mar
riage." This is as it should be. San Fran
Bow a Brilliant Woman Writes.
Mrs. Mary E. Bryan, who drawn the big
s'"'' mmumrj 01 any woman editor in the
unitea states, naa written a comedietta in
one act entitled "ills Society Play." It is
me experience or a JNew York playwright
with the scenes in the top story of a lodg
ing boose. This quaint, nervous little wo
man is a Georgia product, unusually gift-
, kiu mm many wuims as a child, and a
disposition quite aa aunny. She ia a tre
mendous worker, writes day and night,
most of the time sitting on the floor Turk
asnin,witn ner copy paper on a lapboard.
and the whole place Uttered with pencil
A society Cmh.
A lady belonging to an old New York
family which has been financially wrecked
to earning a substantial living by coaching
people for society. She charges her puplUi
ft an hour for ber services, and her spec
telite is to supply the newest gossip aa to
fashionable engagements, coming mar
riages and other social events of interest
She has also an excellent stock of stories
soluble for relation at luncheon and din
ner tables, and is well up in the gossip
about the latest literary and dramatic suc
cesses aud tha newest books. Chatter.
After Dolling ten mlautes the water
hould be poured Into a wooden or stone
Jar, covered with a cloth and left ao hour
cool',wl,en " naT he put into the filter.
For a filter a new. clean flower pot of on
' u,1' miKi ninthly, or rather
"r" "no iresniy charged, is better
"-u 01 patents in the market,
first cut a disk of cotton flannel to fit the
bottom of the pot Inside, put on this a
jr ui ckjuu, wuiie sauu
an inch thick.
then three inches of
caarcoal in very
e powuer, three inches of sand above
"uu c"au. washed gravel over all.
and you have as good a tiller for a dollar
' "ujr ,or ,ett- as working
SSL h watfr.Blu' "n through this
twelve tours before tbe charcoal dust
r1" ou' "that the fluid runs clear.
Tha pot should lit into the top of along
be hung In it tied in a pce f cotton
uel for a primitive mode of keeping the
The only trouble with water so prepared
U. "J" "t from waut of air
which Dr. Currier propoaes to aupply by a
clean bellow kept for tbe purpCbuttt
la more conveniently done by pourina
wator from one pitcher to another several
times as foaming drinks are mixed. Or
one of the patent egg and cake beaters
could be used in tbe water fa few min
utes, and the most discrimiuuiing palate
could hardly till to approve water aore-..flned.-Shir8y
Utre hi New York Herald.
The Utfluslira of Light.
A bit of clover artiilce to wbrch women
may rtw,,rt with a clear conscience consists
In dlstriliutmg ugUl o that coloring and
feature may be developed instead of flat
tened la more tliau half the house, on
visits both day and night, the light la in-
rtiatoUyAdiaitjXrom abflsfl. Qs-teSo
any ballroom wnore'floods ol illumination
are dianarand f mm a frra&. liAitrht and
freshest debutante Is seen at a disadvan
tage. Her rosinesa to fairly devoured by
the greedy glare, and not until one draws
her Into the dimly lit conservatory are all
the delicate tints restored. The secret of
preserving one's bloom after nightfall lies
in using wax or even paraffin candles aa
much as possible, and so distributing their
soft glow tbat it will all shine from about
a level with the face. "How exceedingly
pretty the girls always look at your house,"
remarked a casual observer, never guessing
that one-half the credit was due their host
ess, who enhanced instead of ruthlessly
dissipating her guests' loveliness by tbe
manipulation of Illumination. Illustrated
A Famous Woman Surgeon.
Mme. Rlbart, the ex-grisette, who was
the first Knropean to practice medicine In
the Turkish harems, was as skillful as
most of her 0011 temporaries. The woman's
career is more romantic than most fiction.
Her lover in Paris was a medical student;
she devoured his text books with more
avidity than be did her novels. She passed
a brilliant examination at twenty-six and
went to Cairo to practice; her patients were
soon uumbemd by the hundred, but the
excesses Into which she plunged resulted in
her incarceration in a lunatic asylum. She
then sought a new career In Cochin China
aud at once won the admiration of the
French Inhabitant. So speedily did ber
skill as a surgeon make her famous tbat
she in a short time became physician to the
court, and was to have operated on tbe
3ueen mother of Annatn for cataract. The
ay before she waa to have relieved the old
queen, who bad been blind for years, the
wonderfully beautiful and skillful Dr.
Ribart died. New York Telegram,
When Too Co Away.
When packing your trunk remember to
aew all the folds in your dresses fiat. There
is nothing so quickly makes a new dress
look like an old oneas bad management in
packing. Iay a paper over passementeries
and bead trimmings, as they will be sure
to leave their mark on anything lightly
packed above them. If your trunk is too
short turn your dresses at the top, never
at the bottom, and if there is a velvet panel
creation in your wardrobe lay something
soft where you fold it aud place it perfectly
flat, otherwise it will come out in a watered
design where it was not evenly laid. Open
all tapes, ami if you have a wash dress
with looping o.nen them out, for if packed
looped by the time you reach your destina
tion all their fresh stiffness will be loot.
Pack everything as flatly aud evenly aa
possible, and you will be surprised to see
now much can be gotten into even a small
trunk, especially if the trunk be packed
gradually so as to let it settle by degrees.
A Ktod Hearted Poet.
Mr. John Boyle O'Reilly is one of the
most popular men In Boston, and deserv
edly so for his heart is as big as his brain.
Not long ago a broken down versemaker
had a poem be wished to dispose of, but be
did not have tbe postage stamp to send It
to an editor; so be gave it to a friend to
market, .and the friend sent it to Mr.
O'Reilly, telling the latter that to would be
a godsend to tbe writer of the poem, aa he
was ill and penniless. Mr. O'Reilly im
mediately sent a check for tlO to the friend,
for the author of the poem with a "say
nothing about it." That'a the reason I
haven't said anything. Chatter.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
P. J. Cheney & Co., Props.. Toledo, O.
We. tbe nndersigned. have known
F. 3. Cheney for the Lias fifteen years.
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out an; obligatiou made by their
Waldins. Rinnan & Marvin. Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure U taken Internally,
acting oirectiy upon tbe blood and imi
cous surface of the system. Price 75e
per bottle. Bold by all druggists.
To Hervoaa Debilitated Hen.
If ynu will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining ail about Dr. Dye s celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects upon the nervous
aeoiuiaiea system, and how they will
quickly restore you to vigor, manhood
and health. Pamphlet free. If you are
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt and
appliances on a trial.
VoLTAlO Bin Co.. Marshall, Mich.
forced to Leave Heme.
Over 80 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call at the drag
gist s for a free trial package of Lane's
Family Medicine. If your blood is bad.
your liver and kidneys out of order, if
you are constipated and have headache
and an unsightly complexion, don't fail
to call on any druggist today for a free
sample of this grand remedy. The ladies
praise it. Everyone likes it- Large siae
pacsage ou cenu.
Ia the bead
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A coostitut'onal remedy
Like Hood's SarssparillH.
Which purifies tbe blood.
Makes the wesk strong.
Try It now.
Hard Coal Hark.
$7.75 per ton for beat anthracite armr,
sit sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Ind inn a Mnok-
$4.50 and Cannel coal 06 Dor ton delivered.
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying In 25c per ton eztrs.
r q. Fbazbb.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuffs are
unpleasant as well aa dsnmrnna f.i.'u
Cream Balm is safe, pleasant, eaaily ap
plied into the nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the nasal passages and heals
the Id flamed membrane, giving relief at
once. Fries 50c
The question has been asked. "In what
respeci s re m. Patrick's pills better than
any otherr Try tbem. You will find
tbat theV DrOduCa a nlunliw nthanin
effect, are more certain in their action.
and that they not only physic, but cleanse
the whole svstem ami noiilt iir
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
mm. uy mm oe ttanneen, druggists.
-J. M. GASPARD,
Library Bonding, Davenport, Iowa, Call for
tuaafa sad s work before colng U Chlcsgo
Teaches its students a
trade sjk then starts
tbem in railroad service.
Send for cireolars.
VALENTINE BROS ,
8205 FOURTH -AVE.,
Opposite tha Catholic eta arch, has a fall '
Christmas Candles, Toys,
of every description, enesp.
Christmas Trees, Decora
pacaltar to wonm
ma . - UUKU
Fall directions vrlta oace.
Koolt Island, Aappa Oo fieveaport, and of
abaejld be displayed la buying aaetfJ
cine above all things. In selecting s
remedy for any disease, you should b
positive that it contains nothing iajo
rious to tbe health. Many remedies
on the market leave the patient In s
much worse condition, than befotw
s s s
Is purely vegetable, and perfectly
harmless; the most delicate child can
take tt with absolute safety. It contains
no mercury or minerals of any kind,
and yet it bever fails to euro the dis
eases It is recommended for. .
Book on Blood and Skin diseases free.
Swift Speeifie Co., Atlanta, O
Dr. S. E. MARY
(Late of Cincinnati, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located ia
In tbe past elp ht month he ha successfully
. treaied more than
of the most severe character, nix specialties are
Such esses as rheumatism, neural
pia, scrofula, asthma, catunii, heart
diseksu, all kinka of nervous diseases.
eoileusy, chorea and nervous proslr
tioni. In fact all chronic or Inns stand'
Positively and Permanently Cured or
1?TLom nf Muibood, Semlnnl Woabm-sa, and
Krrora of Youth, positively aud permanently
3PTolrtvely no case taken that cai:not b
cured. CorresiMHiclenro accompanied by 4c In
eiarane promptly answered
Office McCnllnagtTs New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
OmiMTATt O 11.
ws Bi-j - 'fltf 1 vnti to 3 UI-t-J dt mi. n.
lftEPRflVEa-Tr-7'3 S'r??-rrffiT-Bif bs:t aha cuinriiCfiDa
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rlliUi..iV nKI, M.,l. lor lhi.,oinepuI
remt. raw mt kmlb, M nTlec Vrrrt,. BiM, Kwk
MS. ' "-I'ttri.uH .. f k'w,r,.tl. ....... ... -ti U' L . ?
parts. nkri, m.m u.h.imh ui iiih HTtniMfru."'
Sltrie 1-nrmt t.ll iMOsml,. or forfeit $:-. i cm.
Sl-i mmrr I'Mrlr a, mm mm, Vmnt cmh far
SASIiFJi ELECTRIC CO.. lWUhd.il., GHICABt,IU.
THE TEATELEKS' HCIDE.
lUICaGO. KOCK ISUAND PAOIWC KAIL-
way Depot corner mrth avenue and Thirty
ttrt street. C. 11 Skelton, afent.
Council Blutls A Uuuieao-1
ta liar Express
Kansas City Day Express. ..
4:50 am siKWam
B:50 am 10:M pm
Council B!u8 Jk aluineso
Council Bind Omaha
Limited Vest! hole Ex..
Kansas City Limited
tUoing weat. tQolnjj eaat. Dally.
DUKLINOTON KOUTE-O B. O
U way Depot Pint avenue and Sixteenth si.
Bt. Luais Express......
Bt. Loots Exprees....
Bt. Paul Express
Way Freight (Monmouth) . . .
Way Freight (8terlini).....
DnbuQoe " .........
46 am" :45 am
7:lWpm; 7:18 pm
v :zu am
M :36 am
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL-
way Kacine A southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
arenue, s. u. w . Holmes, aeent.
Mail aud .Express ,
St. Paul Bxpivnt.
ft. A Accommodation..,
TJOCK INLAND PEOKIA RAILWAY DE
XV pot First svenne and Twentieth street. F.
n. nocswen. Agent.
atOST DntECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South Eastiz
I hoino wsst.
8 15 am
Iv R. Isl'dsr
12 85 pm
10 50 am
1 1 .do am
St. Louis, Mo
8 15 am
Passenger trains arrive and depart from Union
Accommoosuon trsm lesves Kock Island 6 '45
T. m. arrive, at Peoria 8 :o a. m . Leaves FaorU
.10 y. in. imm at noca laiana 1 Mb a. m.
11 00 ami
Xv. Sock Inland. .
6.J0 am 12.r0 pm
7.10 ami 1.45 pm
8.06 am! 8.00 pm
" Hock Island..
Chair ear on rast Express between Bock Island
and Peoria In both directions.
Ji. B. 8UDLOW. M. BTOCEBOTJ8K,
tluperintendent. ften'l Tkt. Acsnt.
5 TKflw l'h Electric lighted end
, "'0" beated Veeliboled trains between Chl-
. Milwaukee, UU Paul sod Minneapolis.
NNTTMRNTAL ROUTK with Blee'rlc
lighted and Steam heated Vestlbnled trains be
weea Chicago and Council BloOs, Omaha or
at. Paal and the .Pacific Coast. .
OKKAT HATIONAt ROUTE bstwwaa OUcaso
auasas City and St. Joseph. Mo. .
S?.1?118.. OF ROAD htn? an principal
Pp1'" IMlnole WUKn,in. MinneeotaTlowa.
Muwourl, South Dvkou and North Dakota.
For man tim hi i .a .
- . . . ' vi iiiwm ana
S?ffVfc' WlT, 10 wt atation agent
of the Chicavo. Mllwaakee at. Pani .
" say railroad aaent any where in tbe world.
BOBWIXL MILLER, A.V. H.CARPKNTBH,
eral Manager 6elFaaa.A T. Agt.
laVFa tef ormattoa In reference to Lands and
STSTf1 b,J?T hm Cbleo. af Uwaua-e
Bt. Paai Hallway Company, write to B. Q. -tsa,
Lead Oommissioaerlaiwaakea. Wiaeaw..
. tatate of George J. Zwgler, deceased.
Toi aiideralirned aavrna' baa tmymiiwl Hni.
tstraA v of the estate of Oavn J. zwi 1-,-
ettht coontT of Rock Island, state of Illinoie.de
eeaee 1, hereby gives notice that he will appear
jefor -the eooaty coart of Rock Island eoaoty, at
tte Ice of the clerk of said coart, in the city of
Hock Island, at the February term, oa tha 8 rat
Mods it m Febrnarv mil at vhirh ti
K10 " having claims against aald aetata areao-
ivaaeneo n attend for the purpose of
havtai the aame adjusted. All penons Indebted
loeai! testate are reqaeeted ta make immediate
payia mt to the nndetained.
imi M tnte and day of December, A. D. lt-90.
FRANK H. EIBQLER, Admlnlsraior.
STsI OFTXLIWOIS, l
In the Circuit Court Jinnir, laoi
Emm Albricht vs Jobs Alnrlcht Ia Chancery.
Aid lavitof aoa-resldence of the above named
defer, tent, John Albricht, having been Sled In the
clerk office of the circuit eonrt of aaid Mium.
notlc in therefore hereby given to the f aid John
Aiun iifc. wnnrnim, tnai I no complainant Sled
her b U of complaint In aald court, on the chancery
side thereof, oa tbe 92nd day of r-ovember 100,
and t lt ihereopon aenmmons issued oat of aeid
court . wnereis sain soil Is now pending, return
able the flrst Monday In the mom h of JanuvYy
next, as Is by lsw required. Now, unless you, the
said John Albrtcht, defendant, above named,
hall personally be and appear before aai circuit
court on the first dav of the next term thereof, to
be bo den at Rock llnd la and for the aald coun
ty, or tbe 8 rut Monday in January next, and plead.
anawrordemur to the aaiil enmnlttiiKnt, hill nt
comp slot, the same and the matter and tliinra
nor ucuergea ana suuea wii ue taken as con'
feaao U aud a decree entered against you accord'
lag 10 tbe prayer of said bill.
H klalaud llllnola. Nov. 84th. 1W0.
.. . GEO. W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Mo nnaTej McKa ar.c'omp't sol
STiiTE OF ILLINOIS, 1
Kojs Islajid Couwtt, 1
In the Circuit Court In Chaiirai-
John Paeta, admlnieireiorcum teeuunenlo anncxo
of t le eaiate of Bailey Darenport,leoaaaed, vs.
the hock Island and Milan Mreel Railway Com
paaf, Charles H. Stoddard, J. F. Knoineon,
tie ore Hunt, Peter Fries and J. O. Maiwle.-.
uru :inai oui.
John Peeta, admloistiator cum testamcnto an
next of the eaiate of Bailey Darenport, de.
ceaed, vs. Hie Kock laiand At Milan Street
nai way urmpany. szra vt ilcber, John W,
Swan, Jamea M. MintCmery, Edwin G.
Pre er, Levi Sharp Frederick Weyorhaeuaer,
. FreieiickC. A. Denkmann, William P. Hal
ligaa, Roea WoodmaaMe, Ttinmaa S. Silvia,
v tm , . MAHI, NW rfOHQ . AfOWnlOg,
uwrge imaming, sr., James Downliiif aud
1 Ih mas Downlug, partuers etc, ss Downiug
Not ice Is hereby given that bv virtue of a de
cree 1 1 the circuit court in and for thu county of
Rnck Island in tbe state of Illinois, entered In iha
abort entitled cauees on the Thirtieth Suthl day
ef Sei 4embar, A.D., lsuO, I shall on Saturday, tbe
Sixth 16J day of December, A. D., 18W, at the
hour of tea to o'clock In the forenoon of said
day a the north door of the court boon In the
city ef Kock Inland la said county of Rock laiand,
sell, I subject to the approval of and continual lou
by at id circuit court. at public auction In lite
hlglie tt bidder or bidders upon the terms herein
after and in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way t f aaid defendant the Hock Inland at Milaa
Streai Railway Company, said railway extending
from he corner of seventeenth street and First
avenue in aaid city of Kock Island through and
along the sireets and avenaea of aaid city to a
point at or near the southern limits of said city
and tl wnce over Its riebt of way aud la part over
and a one certain roaua and highways In the town
of S01 ith Rock Inland to and over the or dices now
owneit by the said city of Rock Inland epaimliut
Rock river between the town of Sears and the
town f Milan, aud thence over aud along certain
street aud public ground! In aaid town or city of
Milaa to Its terminus therein and Ini-lmllno th.
branc a extern! log from the town of Scare sfore-
aaiu lue nign point on the blnffe of Kor k river
know las Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with 1 01 said railway company 'a right of Way, real
estate, iea-ea, road-bed, track, eide-trackf,
wltcliee. Iron, tiea, engine and atation housva,
bama. motors, rolling stock, care, hornee, ma
chine 7, tool a, lmpleineula and belonginvs and all
said rdiway company's property, snoilaneea and
appot amanceaof every sort, kind and description
uu DCMMiMiug ui ana owned by said
defen lant railway company. Including tonne now
In the poaaeseion or control of Kminrirk Tl.
hereU fore apt ointed receiver herein, aud all each
whick may hereafter and prior 10 such sale be ac
quired by him, (excepting nevertaeleaeall moneys
tu wuu Nimn railway cemiiany UOW in
the bt nds of said receiver sad all such aa may
arise) rom or grow oat of the use of naid iailwa
prope-ty and franehlsea. or may come to aa-d re
ceiver prior to his surrendering posneaaion of said
raiiwiyanu property ai by aaid decree provided;
togetlerwtth ail the rights, privileges and frmo-
cnieav or said aerenoant railway company to
malnl Un and operate it said railway and carry on
Ite haziness, and to malutatn and operate tta aaid
railwy over, along, across and through the s reels,
alleys, roads suit public gmuudp of said city nf
Rork. aland, said town of Milan and aald townahip
of South Rock Inland, and over and along the
aaid t ridges spanning Kock river, and all other
rutbts, Drlvllelfea and f ranchlnea vhai.n.., lu.
louglt g to or connected with toe aaid railway com
pany i an 01 aaio railway, premise, property,
right and privileges being situated 111 the countv
of Rot k Island af orenald said saie being subject
never heless to all lien lor taxes or anaesamenla.
k 1. 1,.-,! u i sikuh, wuii-n mar nave eccxueo aud re
main 1 oereon prior to such sale.
Ti:MS OF SALE. Ten thoneand 10,000
dnllarx In caaq down at the time of eaid aale. anc
the rei aaiuderapon the approval and conurmation
of flncliaalebveaid circuit mnn
Dab d at Kock Inland, Illiaota, this 5U day of
Receiver and Rneil UMt.,fa,rh.M
Tbe aale mentioned in the above and foregoing
notice ia hereby postponed to take place on Tues
day th 9 Sixth day of January, A. D. 1891, at the
hoar 0 f ten o'clock In the forenoon of said day at
the plice and on the terms niehlloned la the
sbove and foregoing notice.
rMttdst BocSlnlsnd, Illinois, this Sixth dsy
" e-aaaara, atS e sV. IDsV,
mm FREl HA8S,
Jteceiver ana 8pedl If Mter in Chnccry,
. Chat pest and best place in the
-want," "Lost," "Sale" and -Rent
Only e m-half cent a word. Everybody reads this
A 1 Hint, MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
h uo toorw ior nis noara this winter.
-ftTlCSLY rURNIHHRD ROOM FOK TvTO
. 'oiicmai at o7i 1 weniieiu street.
SEOONU-HAND FURNITURE, bou.ht, sold
or 1 xchanged. Money loaned or Furaltnn
norcd tt Southeast corner Perry and Third Si.,
TXT NTKD A flrnKlaee General Manager for
- - - '- Lj uu if-iouy to lutrounce luo l.nane
Plan it Accident Inanrance It comhinea all
the adi antages of the "old line" aacL tbe "mo-
a I'jntema. j erma most liberal ; sndress
W. D. CHASE, Bee'y, Geneva, N. T.
J. M. BEaUDSLEY,
ATT0 RNEY AT LAW Office with -J
won by, 1726 Second Avenue.
A fTO 8NKT8 AT LAW, Office In Rock Island
ajlavbu auu nana umiaing, Kock Island, III.
s. iv ssiiKT. ckvi utaa.
8WEE5IT t WALKER,
ATTO SNETS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
Oae In Bengston's block. Hock Island, Hi.
McEMKT A cESUlir.
ATTO INETfB AT LAW Loan money on good
sees rity.mske collections. Reference, Mitch
ell A Lj ade. hankers. Ofiloe In Postofhca block.
MI8CELL 4 N EOUS.
FOB S ALB SVKRT SVENINO at Cramptons
Newt Btand. Five cent per copy.
DR. RUTHERFORD A BUTLER,
ftRAD TATESOFTHE OITflltinVlTlmi.
u ry col lege, Vetemarv Phvsieiana ann Hiirvm.
OfBcei "tndaU's Livery stable; Kesidence: Over
... , . unj, nurant Mimre.
t L 0, KULP. D. D, S.
OFFICE REMOVED TO
- MA80NIC TEMPLE,
Room 96, 87, 88 sad 89,
Takeiaevator. DAVENPORT. I A.
Act frc . :-:: i n
. -if . .
W. C. IIAUCIER,
Having pure based the
Property which he has had refitted for the ho
tal bl nee. Is now prepared so aecosa
modal transient gaests.
Day and Regular Boarding
st vary reasonable nrVes.
Hs Is also engaged la tba
Grocery Biisiness .
at the asmenlace with a choice lot ef Oveerlaa.
Farm produce a peclalty.
CHAS. R. WHV.Wt.AW,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimkk Block, No. 808 80th 8U, Bock Island.
Hsvinar parcnased a eempleU Has of Cadertak
mg irooda. with hearse and arjpasneeneee, and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. X. Reed,
of Chicago, aa expert fnneral director and ess
balmer of 18 year experience, I am folly pre
pared to gureutee satisfaction.
After year experience ta teacMns; laerre-
oeic, t will promt yoa more
more theory with
of say teacher la
inw reason i or tne Joaat money
ander our supenrlsioa. Oven each Juvenile pnpD.
Teachers will save money to order their Music
Books of us One-third OH of marked price oa
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, aamine
author, at my music rooms, liui Bacoad avsaoe.
We make a cpeclalty of teaching inexperienced
teacher how to teach.
Address me at 1U6 Brady Rt., Davetrnnrt, Ta.
MHa. C. A. MKBKkEJt.
John Volk & Co.,
- M anufactarers of
Sash, Doors, Blinds, 8iding, Flooring,
and all kinds of wood work for builders,
Eifc-blvcnu SU, bet rhlrd aad Fourth ve.,
A. D. HUESING,
Represents, amons; other Ime-tned ana weB
fcnowa Fire Insurance Companies hs foUowlnx. :
Royal Imuran ce Company, of England.
Weethenter Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
Buffalo German Ine. Co., Buffalo, N. T.
Rochester berman In. Co., Kocbester, M. T.
Cttisen In. Co., of Pimebargh, Pa.
Bun Plre Office. London.
Union Inn. Co., of California.
Security Ina. Co.. New Htvea, Conn.
Milwaukee Mechanic In. Co.. Milwaukee, Wr
Oerman ire lne. Goof Peoria, 111.
Office Cor. 18th St., ant Second Ave,
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ALL KINDS OF -
Cast lion Work
done. A specialty of farniahlnc all klade
of Store with Castings at 8 esnta
A MACHINE SHOP
hss been added where all kinds of rt-hlrt
work will be dose trat-claas.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
ta strata op
f 200.00 and Upwarda
For Bale, secured ou land worth from
three to five time the amount
of the loan.
Interest 7 per cent semi annually, collected aad
nwuMN iiwe vi cuaxKe.
E. W. HURST,
ATTomrxr at Law
Rooms 8 aad 4 Mssoalc Temple,
ROCS ISLAND, ILL,
now i mm e atim
Call or nad (or etn-W imanmeai
tttm mMC MAmkmnrM at C .... mm
thm.Caaeer. Bnahfa Okwaaa. Sefwraia,
Kru-aw. STpklllA, KhiMinlii aa.
arrh. Tomor. sumnrti Tivabwe, eav,
n- f ni- inr t nr nT nm mm
Arm, wanted e.e ry a hem. a4Saas BICBOSS klLUal
to.. Pi Himt ainm. 1 MHiM. timm
Il U t. afktiiwlilsa
the leailln remedy fo
mrrnr a biert.
Iheonlv enie remedy for
I prem-rioe it and awl
Mreeatrav safe in recnrotDeiMllrjs tl
f kUKbCma-vf to all anflen-nt.
A. t. tlWLK,H.IIL
l'scATt a. lata
lawiai mrw ii
J. M. BUFORD,
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
tC C8tf ' - !, 8l"i0
"Itt-aa-l aad St Mil. aj
vaiiltl.'!1 S, 88 Mill.
T8I8TT M l.$rr.,tsT,l
nlln. it, wmnt um. la M um,
'' a trtoi , ..tar. mn. ciri.VfU,
Boagt.fortheP.& 188 a.M,iaA.att,wTj,
leAlh. Preinalura Old AUiilr l L.-
ITTlwaraaBaM to rvftlt J m. aTa. . " ' F
f r I T lA r- xt
t , ' A" l.l f.
CaiST hi. SuMtrf.
Agoncy : for - Excelsior Roofing Company
CBSATCB TBAsT Sktjiolxs.
tend tor elrcsJar,
Dealer ta 5w aad
Second Hand Goods
Bays, sells sad trades say article. A erctahy aaad ef Jewelrv,
f No. 1614 Secoed Avaae.
Manufacturer of all klad ef
BOOTS AND 8H0ES
Oeet' Fine Shoes s specialty. RrpeirrnfaoM aeaUy aad promptly.
A share ef your paireeef respectfany solicited.
1618 Seeowd ATeaee, Rotk Island. IU.
Steam Cracker Bakery,
atAJTUT ACTVftBB 07 C1ACKZU AID IleC-lT.
Ask jour Grocer for tbem. They ere beet.
(aT-Speclaltl ; Tie Christy 0T1TI" aad Um Christy "WlfM-"
ROCK ISLAXD. ILL.
SEIVERS tfc ANDERSON,
Contractors and. Builders,
ALL VJSDB Or OAfepiTrXB WORK DOHI,
IOeaeral Jobbinj doas ou shart soUce and silefatuea n"sl
Offlce aad Shop 1419 Pourth Aeen. ROCK ISLAND L.
Saccesut to Oalwaflef SpOa-er)
Contractor and. Builder,
Shop Third aVTenne, between 10th and 11th street,
(Fred Eock'8 old stand.)
0"AI1 kinds of Carpenter work and repairing done. Belief action .marasleed.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Contractor and Builder,
Office and Shop Comer SeTcntecnUi Et. T T,l 1
ad 8evwaU Arenne, ' AVOCK Island.
waTAJlkteaaer ArtUaJe wm a specialty, ran aad esthaatae for sU aires ef twJMttan
farejaaed ea aoijirataa.
House and Sign Painter.
rirst-cIassOralalac aad Paper Baala(.
P. O. Box 678.
Dealer in Groceries and Proyisions,
No. 260 PifUi Arenne, ROCK ISLAND
ear n sw store, aew stock, the hest eooda st the lowest prlcea. A har at aaxroea; aoUcned.
P. V7. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 TwenUeth Street, next to Conrad Scboeldr"8 grocery. Rock IslaBd,
for floe fitlinfr
BOOTS &NV SHOES,
sde lata latest etyto. Also repatr -
C. J. W. SCnREINEE,
Contractor and. Buildcr-
Kans and speciflcstiocri furnUhed oa all cuure ef work.
bum auoiiuj tuiada, sosMUiac sew, stylish
DrCOKFOEATBD CTOM Til THE STATS LAW.
Roek Island Savings Bank,
ROCK ISLAKD, ILL..
i ive per oent Interest paid on Deposits. Mosey Wed on P-rraonal.
t-ral, or ReaJ Estate Bexmrttj
r- xwiJa. fst r c. DiSMAjra. vv-rra.
P. L. ltcaell, I P. Reynold. F. O.
J. . Betaarra. L,' (Manor.-
Jacaaoa at III
-l-h-aT. eowStotod!'' ' -
W axe pletwed to announce to our many friends tbat
inronga the erection of oar new building w, bare ob
tained unf quailed fat isities for the display of our various
Roods. Oar assortment is larger and more attrartire
than erer We beg to enumerate from our line
A Magnificent Line
rf "HaTiland China," mhite and decorated in full dinner
aad ta sets, after dinner?, fruit rUtes, Olive dishes,
Goods selected now will be set aside for future deli wry if de
aired. "We invite your early inspection.
Jens Lorenzen Crockery Co.,
Cor. Third and Harrison Street. Davenport, Iowa.
--o3 " l
B. ELLIS. Rock Island. HL.
Oe. roartweta M. sad 8scawd Ave.
Bee Peerth Ave. ha. 8lt aadifld tta.
cr don with
Alas scent of WUlerw Pmtosa la.
aad dee treble.
ROCK ISLAXD, ILL.
J. H. BCfORO. Caehter.
rvik... .a. . . .
a h. i "Zll"- '
" awaktoc w'wUh HIicM A Lywde
R. R. TICKET
(KaSBBsr Aaksncsa Ticket kVoker' Assna)
RXDCOZD RATEa TO ALL PonTTS.
OtTICI -la AdasM Kzprea Office aaAcf
;t V our Eyes.
MAEI01T OPTICAL CO 8
- lEye Glasses.
- r'. V. Braack-.Msrlee,
It will Pay you to ExamiH
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
J. B. Z
Hae jet retared frosa Europe asd would be 4eaer! to ere kU trwU i
kit place of bosiaews ia
Stab. Bi-ocr, Orposmt IIabpku HoraK.
FALL .AND WINTER SUITINGS
far 15SX) II kave beea rrcwived.
Ua opwad kit Kew aad Bpwcioai
No. 1 630 to 1638 Third a re no,
vkcrsj ke wesjld M pleased to eee kit Meeds.
waT-ili'tL'lf.r'j; j? r r-f . -a en.k .R.We-l
w eoa aa taecleae ereecweset a. aeaes ewf Leaot every ea tress at k. Is.
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 8ecocd Avenue.
""l0spraH4ssT mt WBawBSBsaw
Arcade CIGAR Store
AKD TESfrRASCE BILLLARD AND TOOL II ALL.
Ke. 16V SUXJXD AVEM t.
lorUe CKaa s specisJty. far w4 tc cu esfl el the "Arcade."
3VL EL MTJRRITnT, (
ChoicD Pamily Groceries
Okal wd a
A tret-cUa stack ef Cfecwrles I
TWy kave got It.
It WCJ AVH ra, or noke
It kae large tak pea.
Ilha8 keavj eterl bfi.j
It keep. Ore ail ati.Lt.
fT I Tn-
tk IPeVlft peoductiej rf m.
'kt t axe
Imanm Um ef Rieeralde i
and 1C17 SECOND VE.fL
Pip, BraVM Goods, rrk:t:
Ho, Fire Brick, Etc
I MS Ajesrts f at
DEAN STEAM PUV.PS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA1GRS
Ts fwafwaavw e ry ewe fmrtmrt, m-f w'.ll t mt
remt r t rai, a Mva., ,.-1
Safety ITeaUcj Doilrra asd C-trai.e- f,
faraeakviax aad UvieeT VaW. '
:?lt fia-r t a .
Rock lalanl. It,..s
TslsahssjS Has. tnee 1
PLUIIBEB, S m
AlfD GAS fflEB.
ajto DtAiaa n
Wrought and Cast Iron and lal Yii
Hotje, Packing, Sewer and Drain Til.
Steam and Gaa Ftxtnrt.
aTBewt work at fair prtrtee. EeUaaM furaitA
Offloe aad atvcp tit 18U fH. TelefaWaiw
aL Sarerv Ssressra. e. mm,, mi
aaa atxajTAi n
io. 1808 Second avrBo-.
RoC IhLAVD, IU.
COMPLETE IX ALL
fW Caulocoee AiUreas
Te C. BUVCAS,
J eewaee aad Twrattm fX . Ra Islaal
seM at la-net Dr1c arUsa. A aaawe ef aealat