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THE-llOCIIr ISliAl71 - AIIQUO, PBIDAY, r DEGCIlSllR 19, lbCO.
FARM AND GARDEN.
THINGS SWJ AND DONE BY PRO
GRESSIVE - AGRICULTURISTS. .
Flans Hacgested by Country Gentlemea
for tba WinK Out of Vefc-eUble GI
drns Bo as to H'nler Them rradaetiv
with. Comparatively Wttlo bor.
Dnring recent years many progressive
fanners liave adopted tbe practice of
laying out their gardens bo as to be cul
tivated with horse, giving them an
oblong form, to obviate frequent turn
ing (Fig. 1). This course has been found
a great improvement. But it is leading
to a mistaken practice, namely, spread
ing the garden over too mnch land, and
preventing that perfect preparation of
the toil which is essential to the growth
of the firvt vegetables. Three requi
sites aro very rtwntiiil to perfect gar
den and to the must doliciona products
complete underdruiniigo, copious manur
ing and fine pulverization of the soiL
No more ground should be devoted to
the garden tlmn may receive these three
requisites. The fourth part of an acre
under the very best treatment is better
than an entire acre with partial neglect
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1 A OARDES ADAPTED TO HuK.SE
There are two modes of management
by which this difficulty may be obvi
ated: 1. Making the garden so long and
narrow that horse culture may lie ap
plied without difficulty; and 2, extend
ing the area and increasing the length
so as to embrace an acre or two, or sev
eral acres, for common field crops, the
more perfect and richer garden soil oc
cupying one end, but all so urranged
that the horse in cultivating may pass
the whole length of the land at one
operation (Fig. 2).
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HO. 2 A ARRANGED OAKDEX.
The extra manuring may still be ap
plied to the garden, while it will be cnl
tivated and kept clean and mellow by
the same or equal treatment received by
tne ten acre corn field.
Points la Ponltry Keeping-
A correspondent of Farm Poultry asks
"How many hens can I keep in a house
12 by 20, giving them free range most of
the year? What is the feeding value of
sunflower seeds, as compared with grain?
How many can one feed, how often, and
are they injurious if fed too freely?" The
journal appeal to replies as follows:
About twenty-five; but better results
will be obtained if you divide the house
into two jiens 10 b 12, and divide the
fowls into two flocks of twelve to fifteen
for each pen. This would necessitate
having two yards to correspond, but that
would be an advantage, provided the
yards were lar?e enough to keep grass
growing, say 100 square feet per fowl
-It would be n n advantage, because hens
kept in semi-confinement will lay more
eggs than if running at large. Their
strength goes into eggs rather than being
used up in walking exercise. Sunflower
seeds are very rich in fata, and there is
danger of feeding too much of them.
just as there is of feeding too much corn.
One or two feeds a week in cold weather
is all that should bo allowed of them.
A Canadliui Italryman's Plan.
A Canadian describes a plan by which
lie gives bis calves fresh new milk, and
yet manages to have a good supply of
butter from bis milk. The ides is
simple enough and well worth consider-
atiou. Too plan adopted is aa follows:
At milking time two large vessels are
put outside the barn door, one marked
"dairy" and the other "calves." One
half of the milk given by each cow, via.,
that first drawn, is put into the vessel
marked 'calves," aud tho atlier half,
viz., that last drawn, is put into the
vesw-1 marked "dairy." This latter half
is found, on being tited. to contain
from t-thirds to three-fourths of the
cream. Thir calves' have the advantage
of being fed with milk warm from the
cow; at the came time thev are reared
at a moderate cost, as their allowance of
tne irr.lk J.xg not contain much cream.
for Office Beakers. '- ",JT
The following story, which may be true,
but more probably is not, is related of
President Lincoln: A local politician went
to WashiLgton seeking nn office, but in a
fortnight catno back without it. "What
was the trouble?" asked one of his friends.
"Didn't you see the president?" "Yes, of
course," answered the politicinn. "Well,
then, why didn't you get the office?''
"Well." said the disappointed applicant,
"we went in and stated our errand. The
president heard ns patiently, and then
said, 'Gentlemen, I am sorry that I have
no omce for Mr. , but if I can't give
you that I can tell you a story. Then he
'Once there was m certain king who
pi. an astrologer to forewarn him or
coming events, and especially to tell him.
whether it was going to rain when he wish
ed to go on huntin expeditions. One day
be had started for the forest with his train
of lord and ladies when he met a farmer.
"Good morning, farmer,' said the
.uU10I m"rnill. king,' said the iarnier.
where aru you folks going'
" 'Hunting.' said the king.
"Hunting! You'll ull get wet sold
" 'Tho king trusted his astrologer and
kept on but nt midday there came .up a
tremendous ruin that drenched the king
aud ull his party.
" 'On getting bur to the paUi-s tbe kin
had the antroiouer Uwnpitatod, and sent
f. m furn"!r to tuka hi plao.
Uw'h sakes,' said the farmer when
he arrived, "it ain't me that knows when
JtsgointoMl:i,u-. my doukey. When
it s going to I, fair weather ho always car
ries hU ears forward, o. Wheu it's going
to mm h put 'cm. iwekward, so '
"ilaka.tbe dor.la.y the court astrol
oser! shouted flu kiri'j.
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Lincoln stopped there.'' said the i
office seeker. ' 'Whv did ha call it a. mis- !
take?' we asked him. 'Dldnt the donkey
do bis duty!'
"yes,' said the president, "but after
that every donkey in the country wanted
an office.' "Youth's Companion.
Soma Forclga Words.
One of tbe fair young girl graduates who
quite recently mapped out the destiny of
tbe world in an essay entitled "A Dream
of the Future," bus taken to writing so
ciety novels, and her latest effort, the
manuscript of which lies on the desk of
the literary editor for review, is well up to
the standard of current fiction. Especially
is this so in the selection of foreign words
and phrases which abound in the story. It
strikes me, however, that they are not al
ways np to the mark in tbe applicat ion.
For instance, ii is going a little too far,
I think, to say tU.t the rounded cheeks of
Jessica wore a beautiful sub rosa hue, and
that her hat draped in nom de plumes was
most beoouiipg. I don't quite see bow t he
little bona tide could come in wagging bis
toil, or that the chickens could be put into
tbulr coup d'etat. I should not care to
risk my bones galloping away on a bora de
combat, but I suppose I should be as safe
as in ordering my steak double entendre.
especially when Ich dien at S o'clock pre
cisely. int, tbe end is an apt quotation.
Hull for the Hair.
There is an old belief that salt water in
jures the hair, and a delightful old lady
once explained tbe reason therefor.
"You see," she said, "the salt in tfc
water is stronger thou 'the hair In your
hea , and so the salt just draws the hair
Tight out." Assuming this to be trne.
that salt water will draw the hair out of
the head when it isn't otherwise specially
incunea toward coming out, by good
homoeopathic reasoning we come to the
conclusion that when tbe hair insists upon
coining out of its own accord a vigorous
treating with salt and water will put a
stop to it. Whether the reasouing be true
or not the fact is. Not all the tonics yon
can buy at the hairdresser's will do your
hair balr the good, if it manifests a
tendency toward falling out, that a daily
scalp bath of strong salt and water will.
Kew York Evening Sun.
The Power of Prayer.
One of our city undertakers relates a lit
tle incident which illustrates tbe power of
prayer in a way different from that which
is taught by orthodox ministers. He says:
"l had a funeral the other day. It was
the child of a poor family; but few people
and no minister were at the grave. I
pitied them; it looked so desolate and for
lorn thut I made a prayer at the last my
self although I had never done the like
"You didn't!" exclaimed his wife.
"Yes, I did. I have heard it done so often
that it all came to me without thought.
Besides that it did me good; I got three
funerals last week which Would never
have come to me bad tt not been for the
prayer." Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.
The appliance of hydraulic power to the
manufacture of steel seamless boats is one
of the latest things in England. These
boats are thought to be in every particular
superior to those made of wood and can be
mode at about the same cost.
We offer one hundred dollars reward
for any case of catarrh that cannot be
cured by taking Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. Chesiy & Co . Props., Toledo. O.
We. tbe undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the Uss fifteen years,
and believe him perfectly honorable in all
business transactions and financially able
to carry out any obligation made by tbelr
Waldino. KtNTtAN & Marvin, Wholesale
Druggists, Toledo, O.
Ball's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood and mu
cous surface of the svstem. Price 75e
per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
To Bereoms Debilitated Man.
If you will send me your address we
will mail you our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
tbelr charming effects upon tbe nervous
debilitated 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.
Voltaic Belt Co.. Marshall, Mich.
7 oread te Leave Hobs.
Over 80 people were forced to leave
their homes yesterday to call st the drug
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 size
package 00 cents.
It is a Mistake
To try to cure catarrh by using local ap
plications. Catarrh is not a local but i
constitutional disease. It is not a dis
ease of tbe man's nore. but of the man
tnereiore, to enect a -cure, requires a
constitutional remedy like Hood a Saras
parilla, which, acting through the blood.
reaches every part of the system, expeU
lng tne taint which causes the disease,
and imparting health.
Bar Coal Market.
17.75 per ton for best anthracite coal.
kit sizes, delivered within city limits, 25c
per ton discount for cash. Indiana black
$4.50nd Cannel coal SO per ton delivered,
cartage added on all orders for less than
one ton; carrying in 25c per tonextra.
E- O. Frazbr.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies. Liquids and snuffs sre
unpleasant as wtll as dangerous. Ely's
cream Halm it safe, pleasant, easily ap-
1'iieu into the nostrils, and a sure cure,
t cleanses the nasal passages and heals
the inflamed membrane, ffiving relief at
once. . Price 00c
Tbe question has been asked. "In what
respect are Ht. Patrick's pills better than
any otherr Try them. Ton will find
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action,
and that they not only physic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liver
and bowels. For sale at 25 cents per
box by Harti ft Bahnsen, druggists.
J. M. GASPARD,
Library Bulhlias, Davenport. lows. Call for
tlmstes sad sea work baton folog to Chicsgo
SCHOOL OF SSi""""'
T 11 FC D I DUV VALENTINE BROB ,
I LLLDKArfll i&-ujambsvius, wis.
2308 FOURTH AVE..
Opposite the Catholic church, has a fall
. line of , ..
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Christmas Candles, Toys,
. of every description, cheap.
Christmas Trees, Decora
, tions, Etc.
The Great Preach Benaoy for ttasnnaskiaM
aad Monthly IrrularttW
ea-La Doc'e Periosteal POL of Parte.
Praaee ; gaaraataed to aeoomplieh all taM hi
claimed for lima. To be eaeSBtoaLhly tortrouMae
peculiar to women. Foil direct tone with each
box. V per box or three box tor a4. Amen- a
PlllCo.,r H rortoe, reeer, Inara. Oioe
canine Bui ouwuiadot trUO iwiuart, Xiaistie
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
developer, of delicate child
ren. It regulates the secre
tions; it stimulates the skin to
healthy action, and assists
nature in development.
There is no tonic for child
ren equal to 3. 3 S
Send for our treatise on lilood and
Skin liscw. '
Swift Si-kcikic Co., Atlanta, Ga
Dr. S. E. IMEffl
(Late of Cinf innatt, Ohio,)
Has Permanently Located is
In the past ei?ht months he has successfully -treated
of tbs most severe character. HU specialties are :
Such cases as rheumatism, neural
gia, scrofula, asthma, cstarib, heart
disease, all kinks of nervous diseases.
eoilepsy, chorea and nervous prostra
tions. In fact all chronic or long stand
Positively and Permanently Cured or
trS 'Loft of Manborul. Amin! WMbn..M anA
Srrora of iioath. lioeitively and parmanently
a Foeltlvelv no case taken that cacnot be
enred. Correapondence accompanied by 4c la
stamps promptly anewvred.
Office McCullough's New Block.
W. Third Street, near Main,
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Wf l'n.ll... 1 rn.u at Fl-rirlellr thr tyth mil S'KAK
PARTS), rr.mrinc ! MKALt II urf tlMIKIil HrrKUTH.
Eltri liml FJi .uiiii,. nr forfeit S-Swu lo ml.
MaLT trad Smpnurj CphH a. ap. ton! earer-a-atl,
t'r in tlr -iiouii,-. Sralail panphld Vrr.
EASIlfJi ELECT &10CO.. whMikii CN1CABS.1LL
THE TRATELEKS' CIDE.
pOIICaQO, KOCK ISLAND PACIFIC KAIL
w way Depot corner Firth avenue and Thlrty
flrat street. C. U. Skeltou, afent.
Council Blade Muiueao-1
ta Iar Kxprea
Eanaaa City Day Express...
Washington Kxprese.. .....
Council Biutla Mmneso-1
ta Express f
Council Hlaffs A Omaha
Limited Vestibule Ex.. f
Eanaaa City Limited........
B:B0 in lb'H pm
1 :06 pm
7 SO pm
It :18 am
tGoing wet. Qolng east. 'Daily.
BUHLINGTON HOUTB-C B. A (J. RAIL
war Depot First avenna and Sixteenth si..
at J. Young, asent.
Bt. Louis Express
8c Louie Express.... .......
St. Fanl Sxprees
Way Freight (Monmouth)...
Sterllnc; Paasengei. .........
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE ST. PAUL RAIL
way Racine A Sou tb western Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenue, K. D. W. Holmes, asent.
Stall and Kxpntan.......
St. Paul Klnr-M
Kt. A Accommodation.
Ft. A Accommodation.
ROCK ISLAND PEORIA RAILWAY Df
pot First avenna and Twentieth street, f
II. Rockwell, Agent.
Fast Mall Kxpruea
MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO THE
East and South Eastm
J SWUNG WSST.
Mail I Fast
and Ex. Express
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8 15 am
B 15 am
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S Mi nm
1st. .Orion. .lv
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a qi pm
10 7 am
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St. Lrnila, Mo
u-111 buji i.id iui
v.j9 aui t.xu in
8.40 am 60 pm
7.80 am 10.80 pm
Passenger trains arrive and depart f rota Union
Accommodation train leaves Bock Island 8i4S
p. m. arrives at Peoria 8 :S0 a. m. Leaves Peoria
7:16 p. m. arrives at Rock Island 1 :U6 a. m.
Lv. Bock Island.'.
r o.ip uu ami o.m pm
lAceom. i T1A Ac, i Accom.
t). i am. 12. Hi pm S.46 pm
11 00 am
8-06 am; uo pm! 6.S0 pm
Chair ear on Fast Express between Bock Island
and Peoria in both directions.
H. B.8UDLOW, H. BTOCKHOTJol.
Superintendent. ' Oen'l Tkt, Asant.
HP MAIL TBAIM "1th Bleetric lighted end
etaam heated Veatl baled trains betwaea Chi
cago.MUwaukae, nt. Paaland Minneapolis.
Tf-CONTIN,NTAL ROUTE with Xlee'rie
Lghtodand Steam heated Vestibaled trams be
tween Chicago and Council Bluffs. Omaha or
bt. Paul sad tho Faciac Coast.
GEBAT NATIONAL ROUTE between Chlcaao
ttanaaa City and SL. Joseph, Mo.
6W0 of ROAD reachme; an principal
tjrtnu in riinola, Wisconsin. tseeotSTlowa.
iHsaoorl, iioatli Dvxota and Nonli uTkola.
."f"-?. tables, rates of paesaire and
SfJSVjf- "Wir o tha nearest etaUaaent
12 i,',C- St. Faul BailwarVot
to any railroad aeent any where In the world.
HOSWELL JJILLER, A. V. B. CARPFWTFH,
General Juaacer Oen'l f ae.ak t. jc
For mfonaatloa tn trfonta t -
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4 DID KIBTXATOE'8 HOTTOK.
Be ate of Oeorg J. Elogler, aecesseaV " ;
Th ml derahmaS bavin bm nmmt nik.
hHrator t tbe estate of George J. Ztecler, lata
at the et sat of Rock Island. stataoT Illinois, de
eeaMdJ leraby glrca notice that be will appear
before U e eooaty coart of Rock Ielsad eoonty, at
iuvuhri-wi wi uer oi Hucoan. in uacitr or
Kocfc Ii land, at (ha Febraarrtemi, on tha Srat
Monday la February next, at which tune all
persona string claims against said estate are no.
iifled aa i requested to attend for tba psrpoee of
hannEUeaame adjusted. AU persons Indebted
to said s 'lata are reqneeted to nuke immediate
pajrmea to the ndereHmed.
Dated Ihta tnd day of December. A. J. :
PRANK H. ZIBOLKR, Adninls'raior.
8TATI OF ILLINOIS, I .
Boot j slahd Coumr. ('
lo He Circuit Court, Janntry term, 1801 .
Emma vlbricht va John Albrirat In inrm.
Aflidtritof ood -residence of the above named
di femli nt, John AJoricht. bavins been filed la the
-1 1. . . I .
mw-w vi hi, cmui, ottan 01 pam COQ1HJ,
notice 1 thrrefore herebv riven to tha aaia Jnkn
Albrlct t. defendant, that the eomplalnaal Sled
her biL of complaint in said conit, on ibechancery
side tb ireof . on the Und dav of knvamhnr 1SmL
and tin t ;hereopon ssammonf issord out of said
conrv'merein umenltia now pending, relarn
sbleon the drat Monday In the mom h of Jannarv
next, s n by mw reojnlred. Now,nnleayos, tba
ra Aioncni, aerenoant, above named,
hull t irsooally be and appear before sal t circuit
court, the Srat dav of the next term thereof, to
be bnk en at Rock Inland In and for Ibe said conn
ty, on 1 he Ant Monday in January next, and plead,
atMWsi ordemurtothSMideomolelnant'e bill of
eompb Int, the eame and tbe matter and things
uiureu cuarxea and stated w'll be taken sa eon
feeacd. and a decree enu-rod agsluat you accord'
in( to tbe pram of raid bill.
Rod Ieland Llinola. Nov. 4th. 1S).
' .- ' GKOc W-GAMBLSjClsrt--
i iia mesa KT.vomp 1 801
JKf KIVER'S SALS.
OTA TK OF ILLINOIS,
Koct ISLAKD CotTHTT,
In the Circuit Court In Chaaenrv.
John leeia, sdmlnlstratprcnm teatamento annexo
of it e estate of Bailey Pevenport.deceeeed, vs.
the I (oca Island and Iflran Mreet Railway Com.
pan, Charles H. Stoddard. 1. F. Robinson.
Kim re Unrot, Peter Fries sod 1. Q. Maaiie.
oris nai nm. - .
John Peeu, admlniattator enra teatamento an
next of tha estate of Bailer Daveunort. da.
ceared, vs. the Rock Island Milan Street
Haiiaay company, Kr.ra Wilcher. John W
Stev art. Jamca U. Mcatfomerv. Edwin ii
Krai er, Levi Sharp. Frederick Weverbsenser,
FieoerlekO. A. Denkmann, William F. Hal
llgs i, Ross Woodmansea, Thomas S. Silvia.
1 ou a V. Eckhart sod John . Downing,
Geo -go Downing, Sr.. James Downing and
-i ou -nw uowmug, pannera eic sa Uownmg
Not ee la hereby given that by virtue of a de
cree e r the circuit court in and for the county of
Rock Island in theatateof Illinois, entered In tha
above entitled causes on tha Thirtieth SOthl day
r Sal tcmner, A.Di, ISM. I shall on Saturday, tha
Sixth 16 day of December, A. D., 1SH0, at the
hour of ten (101 o'clock in the forenoon of aaid
day si the north door of the court house In the
city a r Hock Island la said county of Rock Island,
sell, ubject to toe approval of and contlrmattoa
uv eatd circuit court. I at nubile anrtlm tntim
highe it bidder or bidders upon the terms hereia
afier tnd in said decree mentioned, all tbe rail
way c I said defendant tha Rock Island Milan
Siree Railway Company, said railway extending
from he corner of Seventeenth street sad First
aveuo e in aaid city of Rock Island through aad
along the streets and avennrs of said city to s
point at or near the southern limits of said city,
and t wnce over lie rlgfct of way sod in sort over
aud a ioiic certain roads and highways in the town
of So' ith Rock Inland to and ovr tbe or'dges now
owne 1 by the aaid city of Rock Island apannlns
Rock river between the town of Hears and tha
strea a and public grounds in aaid town or city of
hlilai to Its termiuas loerein and incladinc the
bram h extend log from the town of Sears afore
said to Ibe nigh point on the bluffs of Rock river
known aa Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
wim au aauu railway company a rigui Of way, real
est al'i, lea-ea, road-bed. track, aide track a.
ewitches, iron, ties, engine sad atstloa hoaeee,
barm, motors, rolling stock, cars, bones,
chlm 17, toola. implements and belonglnwa and all
said lailaray compauy's property, auullaneee and
appu tananceaof evary sort, kind aad description
wual never now belonging to and owned by said
deiei-dant railway company. Including those now
In lb-possession or control of Frederick Baaa,
beret ofore anointed receiver herein, and all each
whlc i may hereafter and nrior lo each sale ha a.
quirt d by bim, (excepting nevertheless all moneys
uiui iKiug tir aaiu street railway company now In
we i anas or eaia receiver and all aucn aa Bay
arise irom or grow out ot tne see of said railway
proptrty and franehisea. or may coma to aa'd re-
ceiw r prior to his surrendering pop loseion of said
rail ay anu properry aa oy said oecrea nrovhiad)
logttiuerwiio ail toe riguia, pnvitegea and fn
cbiets of said defendant railwav comnanv
mail (sin and operate itataid railway and carry nn
iu bi isiness. and to maintain and one rate ita said
rait ay over, along, across and t hrough the s teete,
allet a, roada and public grounds of said city of
Rocl. I aland, aaid town of Milan and said township
of S rtith Ruck Inland, and over and along tbe
said bridk-es spanning Rock river, and all other
rlKb a. privileges and franchisee what-oever be
long ng to or connected with tba aaid railway
nam : an oi aaid rai wav. nremtaea. nmneriv
rieb a and prrrilexes beimr situated in tha couniv
of R k leiand aforesaid said sale being subject
nevt rtbeleae to all liens lor uxesorasaeasmanta.
rem rai or special, wnicn may save accrued and
mail thereon prior to such sale.
TJ;KM8 OF SALE. Ten thoossnd JlO.OOO
dolliira in case, down at tbe time of said sala, and
tne lemainoer upon raa approval and confirmation
of si chsalebvvaid Circuit coort..
Dt ted at hock Ialand, Illinois, this 6th day et
no, moar, JL. JJ., latu.
RacalveTand Roer.iai u .n.r in Ph.M
Tl i sale mentioned m tbe above and foreanina
not! x is hereby postponed to lake place on Tuea-
uny uic outto oay or January, A. Lt. itsii, at tne
hou - of ten o'clock in tbe forenoon of said diyat
tbe place and on the terms mentioned In the
sbo- e snd foregoing notice.
Dtcd at Rock Island. Illinois, this Sixth dsy
u IVEUavol, Al . V. itsaj, ,
Receiver snd Special Mabter in Chancery.
Clwapast and best place in tha paper for
W mis," "Lost," "Sale" and "Rent notices.
unirona-naircaataword. JCrerybody reads tills
FAli nn TV it
A TOUNO MAN WANTS TO GET A PLACE
ah to uo cnons lor nia board tbis winter.
ICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOlt T
gentlemen at atrr Twentieth straat.
CJ iCONO-BAND FURNITURE, bousht. sold
p-iw excnanirea. money loaned or Furniture
sum ed at Southeast corner Ferry and Third 8ts
timj vupwrt. ' .
WANTED A rit-dass General Manager
this city aud vicinity to introduce tbe-Ch
Pis i" of Accident Insnranos It combines
the advaniagea of tha "old line" aad the "i
tua " systems. Terms most liberal; address
W.D. CHASE, Secy, Geneva, N.l
A 1TOBWEY AT LAW Office with J. T. Ken-
aaakv 'Sara sua t Mmr t9BavuasS a'CUIW,
JACXS0X k HURST.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Office la Rock Island
iiatlonal Bank Building, Rock Island, 111. .
c. t vitin.
8WEEXET k tTALKER,
"POBNKYB AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW
t rmoe in nengston's Olook, Rock Island, IU.
' HcEMRT MeEHlRr,
ATTORNEY'S AT LAW Loan money on mod
security, make collections, Referanca, Mitch
all S Lynde. bankers. OtSae In Poetoalos block.
FIR 8ALX EVERY EVENING at Crsmpton'a
1 lews Stand. Five cenU par copy.
DBS. RUTHERFORD BUTLER,
.1 LADCATES OF TIIE ONTARIO VETE RNA-
m i r college, Velernary Pbysimsns snp Burgeons.
Ofl aei Tindall's Livery atabie; Beeidsaca: Over
Asi ersBakery, market square . -
WM. 0. CCLP, 0, D.S.
' OFFICE REMOVED TO
Booms M, K, 88 aad ,
" ska Elevator. - DAVBNPORT. IA.
I ' PURE "
czzx tzurr ,
W. C. 1IADCKER, -
' Harlaf parchaaed tbe
Property which ha bse had tettted for lbs ho
tel bealoeas, Is bow prepared ta sseom
SMdats trsnalent raeeta.
Day and Regular Boarding
'- at vary raaaonabla prices.
Hs Is slao engaged la the
at the same place with s choice lot of (feorerlca.
Farm produce a specialty.
CHAS. R. WHWKI.AN, r
Undertaking and Embalming
DBhick Block, No. 806 80U St., Bock Islsaa.
Bsvlnft nnrchaaed a eomnleta Una of Tadertak
lng goods, with hearse and anpuarteaocee, and
haviDir aeenred tba aervlcea of 11 r. Geo. K. Rasd.
of Chicago, an expert funeral direr tor and em-
ouoserof is years xperveoca, I SB rally pre
pared y gaarantoa BaHsractton.
After 92 rears e merle ace In teeehlne Instre
mentai Music, I will promise you more theory with
lean lessons for tbs least money of any teacher la
ander oor snpervlatoti. alvon each luvmlla snnil
Teacbnra will save money to order their Music
Books of as. One-third off of saarked nrica on
Sheet music to every one. Leave orders, naming
author, at my music rooms, 1401 Second avenna.
We make a specialty f teaching inexperienced
Kscnert now to teacn.
Address me at 1406 Brady St.. Davenport, la.
MRS. O. A. NEBEKEB.
John Volk & Co.,
Saah, Doors, Blinds, Siding, Flooring.
aad all kinda of wood srovk for bafloara.
KUibtaenth ttu, hat. rhird aad Fourth are..
A. D. HUESING,
Represcnta. aaaons other latanad ana wall.
known Fin lnsnraneeUoaipanies ha foliowtnc :
Royal Inanranca Omtnany, of Bmrraad.
VVeachestar Fire Ins. Company of N . Y.
flttSalo Qennaa 1ns. Co., Buffalo, H. T.
Rochester Oermaa Ins. Co., Rocbsetar, H. T.
(Htisrns Ins. Co., of Ftuahargh, Fa.
Bon Ftra Oillca. London,
l-nloa Ins. Co., ofCsJirornia.
tteenrity las. Co Mew Hi van, Coa.
Mllwaasee Mechanics Ins. Oo Mllwaakaa, Wis
German Fire ins. Co of Peoria, ill.
Office Cor. 18th St., and Second Are.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
ALL KINDS OF
dona. A specialty of furnishing-all kinds
of Stores with Castings at seats '
A MACHINE SHOP
has been added where all kinds of machine
work will be done llrat-clasa.
NINTH ST. AND 7th AVE.
DOWNING BROS. i Propts.
" tb seas or
$200.00 and Upwardi
For sale, secured on land worth from
three to Are times the amount
of tbe loan.
Interest 7 per cent eeml annually, collected snd
aauuvH I row tai caiafgaj.
E. W. HURST,
Attobitbt ai Law -
Rooms ( aad 4 Masonic Temple,
ROCK ISLAKD, ILL.
Call ar send for eirailar eiililslaaas
i the aaost mai ysloascajyas ef Oosiata-
I Uoa, Cm i r. Bmrat'a flu n n. Sarorala,
sua, BmhlUs, Bh as ami aw Sat
arrh. Tuawts. stuaaii a Tiuaaiaa. aaa
Ssratswaritrrt Mvwry wbsre. aaSaBS aU'BoaB SJUam
Ri. 3 fa ay-knnwVslyad
itwnnr renmrr ri
tlnalar.li a -M. lL.
itAV J Ibeonlv nm m,li f,
" . I nraarrfue tt and ieei
I u. . Pn ... 1 1 -..ar.
, .wtfciiii a . ... mr m 1 1 a.iiivnrr
-Taacaialli.c 1 M A.J. HTIiKkK at T
A Vl.a.(i f liaiATt . UU
J. M. BUFORD,
L03SI3 PROUPTLT PAID.
1 'ssTsa' M Mstffrf.
' Ivlrlf. ih MTM WW t M BhBfJt.
r itntr rirM B fftVsUr. I444M
W Ukl 4j Marc Mil far VI. Clrcaimr frsM.
aarasata'aaej lt UtlMfv Jl
Apcncy fcr Excelsior Roofing Company
Cmxafeb than 8btbole8. i
and forelrralar, rr1erboas
-T. W. vTOHSTES
' Dealer la Xrw aad
Second Hand Goods
Buys, sails and trades say srticla.
MaaufsctareTof all ktadsaf
B00T8 AND 8HOE3-
Oenti' Fine Shoes s specismy. Repairinf doe neatly aad promptiy ,
A share of your pstronsgs rsspactf ally solicited.
1618 8eooad ATenne. Roek Island. Dl.
0 Hvr. CHRISTY,
Steam Cracker Bakery,
HAaTOFACTUBKB OF CKACOU AID BKCVITt.
Ask your Grocer tor them. Thej are best.
KaT-Spaetalbee; The Christy "0TITBE" snd the Christy "WATZM."
ROCK ISLAM). ILL.
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
ALL JtlHDS OF OARPKUTXR WOKK DOKI.
tQaneral Johhloc done os short notice aad saUsf acttoe oarsatsed.
Office and Shop 1419 Fourth Avenue. ROCK ISLAND L.
(SoMessor to Ohl waller Spi'rrr)
Contractor and Builder,
Shop Third avenue, between 10th and 11th etreeif,
(Tred Koch's old stand.)
WAil kinds of Carpenter work aad repaWn done. SaUsfactioa rvaraeteed.
B. F. DeGEAR,
Offlo and Shop Oornef Sereateenlh 8u
ana BerenUi Avenue,
Ail anes or Artistic work a specialty.
House and Sign Painter.
First-class Oralatnc sad Paps Baaztag.
P.O. Box 672.
Dealer in Groceries and Provisions,
'New store, now stock, the
F. W. HERLITZKA.
No. 229 Twentieth 8 tree t, next to Conrad 8chneider- grocery. Rnck Island,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
sde ta the latest stvl.. Afco rcpatrinf Oom with aatMea aad dlepelr.
C. J. W.
I ap-clWtion. fir.liW M ,n chw-a. of smrk. Also scent of vTUWfs rataat la
sida blidinc BUnda, sosaaiSin now. siHah nddeelrehla. -
- ROCK ISLAKD. Hi.
KING OF COCOAS4 ROYAL COCOA FACTORY.-
Kinrjs are but men, but all men are not kings. Therefore,
when the King f IToIlamJ says, as he did by deed of August
i, 88o, tht he is greatly pleased with
to louTEs'i3 Cocoa,
MBl;ST tfc GOES FARTHEST,
and, entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturer, the Sole
right of st ling their works the Royal Cocoa Factory, a sig
nificance attaches to the act which would not arte he
not "every inch a king."
We are pleased to announce to our many frind$ tbat
through the erection of our new building we haTe ob
tamed unequaUed facilities for the display or our various
Roods. Oor assortment is larger and more attxactire
tnanever We beg to enumerate from our line
t l "HaTiland China,' white and decorated in full dione r
and tea ets, after dinners, frnit pUtei, Olire dubes.
Goodsi selected now will be set aside for future delivery if de
aired. W inyite your earl j inspection- w "
Jeno Lorenzen Crockery Co.,
Cor. Third and Harrison 8treeta. Davenport, Iowa.
T. H. ELLIS, Rock Island. lit.
KM) Car. Foarteenth at. sad Second A
A sorcisHy suds of iawslrr.
No. 1614 Second Areene.
Plana aad est
aatlsutaa far all kinds of keOdhkO
afasa) Pwsrth Ava.
No. 20 rifth Areooe, HOCK ISLAND.
Best ood al the toarrt pricea. A aaare of atronarr solirttad.
D ou 1 ton,
R. R. TICKET
(Messfcas I siarnssi TVMt atravara' Aasta)
IaXDccza IIatzs to aix Podttv.
OTTlCt . la Xdaaae Bswaas tTi d,f
" ya OiSwes.
It will Pay you to Examined
ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS ABOUT IT.
iViERCHANT Tailor, "
Has ja.l refumed froa Earops, sroul4 br fiemmti lo sv kis IrL.tt
lit place of basis U
Star Block, Oppoemt IIarpkb llorec
FALL. AND WINTER SUITINGS
for 190 SI Lire beta rrrcirrd.
CHAS. W. YEIiBURT. Muspr.
.F. C. HOPPJE.
Itfe THE TAILOR
I 1 - . . . U T-1" -vf Ka 1 80S Srcond urt-n u-.
Um opewcd kis New u Spacious
No. 1C20 to 1C26 Third avenue,
wbera U rrooVJ ti pWssed wmUi fricsxls.
plaoa as iaw CH eras) a yaw caw asa M. tsM(wUasiw,ilaaiW.
J. T. DIXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Averse.
EV "W. WX-STTEE,
rayaaiua a? tea)
Arcade CIGAR tore
aUTO TEXPrRAXCK KTT f jspp foOL UALL.
Iamtarta4 Cinrsa swi r1s. Far s fas l tm can as taw SaraaV
O'-d Prjnily Groceries
Tk7 ksrc ft L
It wUl Btsk jow koaLH .
II will aot (w or tmole.
It kM Urgt hah pM.
ItfhM hearjtWc boj
It Ivcwpt firs a3 alRtL
rr u Tnr -
tb araatlm producuoa of rooWn i
W Urite you u -U Mj lkr
lmeaM !im of Bifw.j, Pus sBa
and SECOND AVEXL'E.
DAVIS & CO,-
Pipe, Brass Goods, Parking
Hoe, Fire Brick, El'
DEAN STEAM PUMPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
Weyasrasilaa sail, saae faarfaa. as4 .' a..
Tts aaf trsai. la nvjaM li. ja-'.,
8sfcy HeaJiac Dotlrrs ! '.v,i,rv it
tunuassiBg 4 lsyis Wsvr. av4
1T1I Fikrr Arc.
IWk t'.at,,!.J. ::!,..
I IMt. KraaVsa,,a-;i m lm
iOD GAS MR
An DKsXU it
Wrought and Cast Iron and Ls-a 1 Iii
racking, Sewer and Drain Til
Steam and Gas Flxtarcs.
srork tvt fair price. sliasu fun J
isd sbop J8lk St. Ttici-ltA V.t
Rock Island, 111.
AS KbCUTKO aVIS
COMPLETE IX ALL
Fgr CsUlocwas AAdrcaw
J. O. DUH CAJf.
srris sued Twimtj-tm Sc. BaA IsisU.
wslcf s-ieaas, A