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JANUARY 5. lVi.
ItE KOCK IlsXAm) ARGUS. MONDAY,
SAM'S OPEN GATE
YE INSPECTS IT AND MAKES
Spenda a Day at th Bars Offle U
Kaw York and Sea th ImmlfniU
Coma to America to Boo Soma of
Hli Remark Not Complimentary,
Copyright by Edgar W. Nye.)
The past three months in the history
foreien emigration to these shores
Iiaro been the heaviest corresponding
months in the whole time since Pow
hatan, the ponderous chief, in the midst
of council fire looked suddenly across
the dimpling sea and said to one of his
stenographers, "Alas! we are discov
ered.' 8o, therefore, while we legiflate
gainst the mnnnfiictored articles of the
European, we receive the European him-
AT TIIR BARtJE OFFICE,
elf by the thousand, and seek todlncate
and deodorize him, and make a voter of
him at a rapid rate.
A short time ngo I spent an afternoon
at tho l:itnliD place of the imported
citizen, the new and temporary Castle
Garden lit the litrtjo office. It is very
innch crowdfl, of course, lint good
not n red oflicials hntidle the frrt'iit multi
tude the j:ililering, excited mob, flavor
ed with the essence of flora do bilge
water ns easily as we nsed to run our
steers into different shnten, or brand the
bleating calves on the zephyry plains of
Wyoming in the years agone.
The wealthy tourist who dreads sea
sickness (ills his patrician pelt full of
champagne as he goes np the gangplank,
and cheerily sends ono slug of extra dry
to commune with another nntil, with ft
head npon him like the Sphinx, he steps
ashore more or less artificially elated,
and glad of it. But the steerage gentle
man with more to disturb him in a gas
tric way must solace himself with raw
spirits or i1a or Tabasco sauce,
1 stiHxl on the wharf and watched
these future voters as they landed. The
hyena dago with tho murderous can
opener concealed in his boot, the coyote
from tho rural districts of Russia, the
rough ami tough element from away
";ac it up the Uulchof Desperation, grown
in the, back lot of tvninnical centnries
and fostered by the ammonia of decom
Some of these emigrants are returned,
not lHM-ntiw they are lacking in merit.
but because they are not available for
our columns. With no in ney and
friendless and jobless, evidently the
debris of a l.uroieaii almshouse, they go
back if they are not bright enough to
conceal the fact. Also the contract labor
people if they give it away, but they do
not. ill he criminate himself and go
oacK to a lingering tle.itfi when he has
job hero already engaged? Scarcely!
Therefore the ollicers who have the
duty of ascertaining these facts are
working against very heavy odds. An
elderly gentleman I say gentleman be
cause he had never worked landed whilo
1 was there, fie. wis an Englishman
le almshouse of
e told Mr. Simp
know any liet
i which he came
- ... rehearsal before
And why ilij you come hero if
nad nothing or wouldn't work?
"7. d'vir man, 1 thought it
would be no arm to change me diet.
They gave me u pound and said Ood
bless you. do you know, and told me to
try a New V.rk poor'ouse, where they
bave fresh buffalo cutlets ivery dav ant'
wild geese that the paupena kills in the
ahua'ou.se yard now and again."
lie is now doubt less on the briny wave,
Bayly returning to England along with a
case of mal de mnr, wihin;r, no doubt,
that he had known more on the start
and gradually added to it on hi, uav to
Cion. O'liierne, tin- superintendent of
emigration, has an oflicH in the comer of
the big granite building, and liack of
that is the human corral, where busy
oflicials scoot the stupid mass of dazzled
anil still wabbly Kti-rageieople throngh
their various hliutes and toward their
destination, all the way from Massa-
ciniMua io .Montana, though most of
them will remain to roast the peanut
And pt.'ka the rag or select the mayor
fut New York.
The fn-shening breeze pours in at the
rear of the barge ofliee all the time, but
it has its hands full. It U laien with
the salt and falvation f thousands of
uini-s oi oeai,, anil is used to it Uwideg.
and yet it has my sympathy.
The first job. of course, is to record
the name, nativity, age. sex and d.-stina-Uonof
the emigrant, aU Ui Lam if he
has any money. Some of tle-m ,,,,
un.lerstat.d li.i.s. They want to know
why an I,.mI;- should have the ri"ht to
imiuirc mto tlvlr alTa.rs that" way
V1M1 th" ' 'f t".-y have anv is
changed 'no. Americiin iu.,i...v. and a
receipt g-.ven I,.-.,,!,. for the amount so
change,!. N fr lllWIli u
new iii.:. i, ,., t,,lt w.iy
While I tn. r. an Irish girl useU
al the regL.n ,,.,k, hw naiMB anJ
'"r age ih.-n, when asked if she had
any money, she xaid she b-..l
- - .... Mi.iuier. lull. ....
8"in wid him
r, to ijiiiur.-uiii.'
TMll fin fi-i.
'"H-uin brother j
1 v abrade nti.l
. .nri .. j
Hlet oil tile Ht:Ln.i-
H' him t
.- Hi.. w..,r..i. i , ,
.. iur .nr. McUuu
" ' f .in. 1 .lowu iu the brand-
. I'.r lie colll.ti.'t .... .
i . ' wav, and
brouu't'.t in. t.. I-. ........:o ,
wasuv.n. i -lumen, lto
MJ. ,,r iiidee.1, was Mr.
l-.k.Hir.L "tronsse nose that
J ? ,.1 'k"r" hW".v Wk rnier window
1 lr..at winders and a rich tonsilitis
Iv .v . . .V a,,'t""S" rolucunt
. r. in.- iwo ui.uii.1h, and the
theeked prl with the trusting heart
(Mill Ti ...... : . . .
. ,n nvv( to t hat ntNit till
.-r brother fr,.m Unu
ll.lllrirl. .... : ... "
' 'ur- 1U1 HI. "mail
US Ilion. In. ..1.1. . n.... .. 1 "mK
...;...: : "'.man merest ptit t.-
:. " ,r''.g to take cm.
Von. 1 1..;.. i . t.e car!
I..7 . " step ,it tl.
' ou h.uid ov
ton,,. iir,t valine. tl,n
"oney was -t ; " t, KaVB
would st..,. i L ...Th mngof his
I us..(i t, ii,i,,i.- :tlaI'.
imported M..e onuuM. the
lot that 1 ever v bet tL
hen the Morm landed in New
York city they were at once conveyed in
bulk to the already fertilized valleys of
the Jordan, and along the route this nch
not brown flavorof thesteerage.unbroken
by the harsh intrusion of the chloride or
the germicide, withered the sage brush
and killed cattle on the range.
And yet the emigrant himself does
not mind it. He even sits down and
eats his rather plain meal in the midst
Somehow it (teems to me that we are
getting a much tougher crowd of emi
fc ants each veur than we got the year
fx fore. They are not in such a good
state cf preservation as they used to be.
There is more contract labor and im
ported pauper business than there nsed
"We have to look out for poor people
who land here," said an official, "and
not let them starve. If we do not send
them buck wc must keep an eye on
them. The local authorities will not
give them a mouthful till they have
been here a year." I used to lie called
on regularly over nt the Castle by
a big red fiuv.I Englishman for help.
Everyday he was there. Finally I got
tired of giving "him bread tickets.
It hurt me internally every time 1
did it. so I said at last: 'Got out
of here. I ma done helping yon. Be
gone! Voci are so healthy it makes me
ma l. and yon stroll iiUmt the battery
and eat the bread of idleness, preferring
it to the kind that people get by honest
sweat. Get out! Scat!"
" 'And do yon refuse to give me bread?
' 'Yes, I do.-
" -Very well. sir. I'll report you to the
"Aud so he would, too." said the offi
cial. "A big, two fisted man, who knew
the record of every bnll pup and pugilist
in England, what he weighed in condi
tion and out of eoudition, who his par
ents were away back to tho Conquest
and whose kennel he belonged to, and
yet ho wouldn't beat a carpet or help
lift a piano in the land of his adoption."
While I was present a voting man in
some way got mixed np nt the gang
plank with the emigrants, and was
forced by the crowd up the stairs into
the corral while the gate was closed,
and he for the time had to be an emi
grant, lie swore quite a good deal be
cause he could not get out, and spoke
disresectfully of tho environments; bnt
his environments enjoyed it first rate,
fie had a good deal of difficulty in prov
ing that he was a resident of New York
and not a European pauper. Filially he
was permitted to escape, and the way he
lit out brought back to my mind the
day when I hurried back to Washington
from Bull Run, fearing that other ex
cursionists might precede me ami get
the most desirable rooms at the hotels.
There is a stylo of reciprocity now
existing between this country and En
rope which, as an American of French
HIS EXIT iltOM BCLL El'N.
descent. I desire hereby to dislike and
mrwt earnestly deplore. We are not
only the recipients of innumerable
paupers and slaves for the contract
laborer is nothing less nor more than an
nnshackled slave bnt the mother coun
try sends ns by every steamer from one
to a dozen friendless girls, who have
been shipped here by faithless lovers to
hide their disgrace in America. These
girls we get in exchange for the hand
some daughters of our swaggering young
republic, who go abroad dowered with
the dollars of their dads to wed the moth
eaten suckers of some grpat family tree.
It is not a fair swap.
We give our most beautiful and best,
and in return we get the cast off. slat
ternly mob of doubtful debutantes and
the unacknowledged children, perhaps,
of a concupiscent nobility.
If the allied fiowers and other totter
ing dynasties whose rulers have been
diseased and debauched f. tr pen tm-ioa
ami who poke fun at onr industry while
tney eat onr groceries, and who
live on and off their American fathers-in-law,
will takt! hack their pau
pers, and their unsciiednled children
and their r.lnftl.-ss, songless and er
ratic sparrows, and ci ase to ship unde
sirable and malHloninsK.-opIchi:reevery
timea it house, an almshoti.se or a
conservatory of lerrnwv bums
I for one will be much jhli!e.l r,,l tt.;n'
cheerfully return at an earlv date to
said allied powers the restless little
.awayi caught on my coat collar
urrer i got Home from the barge office
It Tor nona n oa rirs
V.uputwa.eron the bUrniDR ,imber8j
not n the smoke. And if ynu have
catarrh you shonld attack the diseai!
the bloo.1, not in the none. Hemove the
impure cause, and the local effect sub
'1lhT(l"'. take Hood's Sarsapa.
ca 1." In. 8,6,1 1,100,1 Purifier- Wlli r"
cslly and permanently cures catarrh. It
also strenffthens the ner i .
get only Hood's Ssrsapsrilla. '
Teacher: What are ,h
prod.icts of Ireland? Tm,. ' .
nd Irish bulls. "
D Yoa Cougal
Ion'tdelaT. Tske Kemo's Salaam .k
rniirrli a. l .. . MVJ
- I C I I. VIII ..
.yKu. nuu COIU3. It W 1 mr-
la3 LllfNL If tsnill
1 . ... "
brouchili8 M g and
the ng8 beCaU9e it
S : "fht '?a " clear sTd
iff . . ou w,u ee the excellent
As they Darted: "a.
Ah, men," wept she.
law," sighed he-
,q:,::,1i?nh" b -in whft
reaped are fit. Patrtc'. ptrtTL.
..mi iry them. ,in u .
that they Produce a r.i.;. uuu
fr.t - " me, ainariic
enect, are more certain, in .h.i
box by Hartz & Bahnsen.
T , . ft a Huuaa-a
l.r,U0.CU y ,18ino ,ocs, kn.
v.iarra is not a local but
const it luional
sase of the nun'. ,.. , " D"1 ais
therefore.6 Tln" "'8
con.titutioBal rem- "S" rT.'ulre9
psrilla. which 1X2 "00d 8 "
reacbei e. ttUKb. the ,10"'
the taj Xh' SieV,,h?'oriPeK
nd imparting health. llfN:a8e
Aeentury of process bus ,
remedy eoual tn hi... ?Z "''TOiiuct
"rrh. cold in the TC f tmt
Y not a liquid or a Muff h"t W"
'ectly safe wd easilv .r.1 hU .,s i"-
curef, the worst cases
7 . ..?'r,t.C01 t.
Per tn discount lor eaah , .,.,m3ta.
W 50 od Cann.l . " lr;U'M black
""age- added onMaSkZ rfivered.
Depends on the question up.
The lamp-chimney ques
tion what sort do you break f
Whatever sort your dealer
deals in. ;
How, do you think, life
selects his chimneys ?
He buys those that cost hirji
least; he can get the regular
price for them; and the faster
they break the more he sells.
That's how he reasons.
Tell him you want Mafc
beth's "pearl top" or"peaiM
glass, " tough glass, transpar
ent, clear, not foggy, fine, of
right shape and uniform. Tejll
him you'll pay him a nickel
more a piece, and that will
cover his extra costs twite
over. Tell him you don't pr -pose
to break any more. Ti y
i'lltsbunj. OXO.JL. MACBETH C I.
Messrs. Hildebrsndt & Weinborpfr.
who have purchased the Rock Islsort I ce
Co's outfit, began delivering ice Nd,v.
Pajician Hava Fauna Oat
That 1 cmitamlnatloo and foreign element In th
blood, devel pod by indlxwtion, l the came of
rheumatlem. Thi settles upon the tensitive sob
cutanpou covering of the muscle and llgimenta
of the joints, causing constant and shifting pain,
and aggregating as a calcareous, chalky ileolt
which produce stlffnrn and distort'on of the
Joint. No fact, which experience haB demon
strated in retard to Hnicltcr' Stomach Better,
ha Mronsrerev dence to ajiiiort than this, name
ly, that Uii me"lcine of comirehroive nee
checks the formidable and atrociotia diseai-e. norj
it lew" poi!ivel established that V is pr'ft-rjnle
to the poiaona often used to arrest it, sines the
medicine coutaen only stlularv hurred'enta. It
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Satton, dvsieia, kidney and hliidrtr ailnient.
ehi ity and other disorders. Sse that you 'et the
HOW IS YOUR CHILD?
Swift's Specific is the great
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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- S- S
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f TATB OF ILLINOIS.
Rock Isljlhd Ooi'arrr.
In the County Court In Prohste
Jot n Pectx, administrator con teaUmento annexo
of the estate of Bailey Davenport, desessed,
ci .nipranuot. vs. KaoarJ i. iMwnport, Catherine
Davenport, Kbcneser o. Davenpoex, Henry 0.
D ivenpprt, Joseph L. Davenport, Wllltavm C Pnt
ni.m. Abraham Merchant. admtnietratorf the
tateof iiigaretj. Seara, deceased, KreWerlck
W eyerhaeuser. Frederick C A. Denktnann
M '1. 1 1 1. ri.r.MH.nta
ee i real eeiatc to nay debts.
To t aid defendant Naomi L. naTannorf,
...rraTrninn, Koenezeru, uavenpoit Henry
t. DaveniHirt, Joaeph L. Davenport, William O.
Itttnam. Abraham atcrchant, adminiatrator of
th. enaie of Maaaret t Seara. deceased, Lonia
J. lavenport. atarv K. Darenport. Oeorve L.Oa
bo n. tiiee. Wallace J. Bruee, Jamea K.
Br ice and S. V. Smith.
AiL avit of your iion realdenee bavin been died
in aa d eante.t take notlca that the petition In the
abov.. entitled cauae baa been filed and la now
pend ng in the Co.inty Conrt of aaid Koca Ialand
Coun .y in the Male of Iilinoi., in probate, for the
aale ta pay the debts of tha estate of aaid Bailey
Have iport. deceased, of tne following described
lands and premise' a mated In the couutv of Mock
Islam and Stale of Illinois, lo-wit:
All that part of the eonibwest and sonthea.t
quart ira of section thirty-five (S) in township 1st
north of rauRe iwo (i wem of the fonrth principal
aierifl n. known aa oot lot B fly three (r). aod
being the -a me premise oornpi. d by said Bsiley
Uavet port t tbe time of hia death lor hi hone
P''. nd eoolainlng abont fourteen fl cres,
and Is inir the aaine rieserihed in ikimm.i. aa .
of con yance, one made ay Joseph Knox and 8n-
enii nrui uipw-ivio rMtuey iMivenport ana Susan
M. (ftdmith, being dated Aawii H4rd lHn.1, and
recorded In Hie offl -e ol the rrc irilvr of dveila In
and f - aaid Kock Island conn.y lu olume thirty
two 4. )of recorils of deeds at rave two hundred
and ni le jii9l thereof, and the other made by
J. Jnli is Strahley and Jane hia wife to aaid Bailey
Haven m-t and recorded la raid Recorder' oSJce
In roll me thirty-four (Ml of record of deeds at
p ce o m: hundred and ainety-foar thereof.
Tne .-out heart fractional quarter, couth of tha
Indian Boundary line, of aaid section thirty-tve
i;B -ei 3-pt those certain rrta thereof conveyed
i saiu Bailey llavenpnrt in bis lifetime to W. T.
Noma, L. M. Webber, Jacob ellerch, Jacob Pasi
niclit. William K. Woodward and Jac b Bleuer,
by duo s now of record in tbe otnre of the Heeord
er of d. eds in aod for said Kock Island t'ountv.
and al except all that part thereof described Hi
two ce: tain d-eds made hy said Bailey Davennort
toA.O Boot, (one of which bear date tne fifth
(IVthl da yof September A I. Klland is nvorded
In theMneeof the Recorder of deeds In and for
said Bo :k Isliud i'Amrly In volume K of records
of deed- at page elirhty three (S3! thereof, and the
other ol which bear dale tbe fourteenth (M hi
dar of uptember A. 1. 1MU, and I recorded la
said Re. order's ofltce in aaid volume few at paqe
niuety-ix (Wi thereof,) - and which is not des
cribed li i iboe two other certain deeds made iinlo
said Mal ey Oaveaport by S. U 1 aylor.and husband
both besriuf! date the twenty-second (Xud) day
of Jano: ry A l. IS6S. one of which la recorded in
said Kec order's ottlce In volume forty.flva (46) of
ecords4 f deeds at pace four hundred and thirteen
141.1) thereof, and tne other in said voinme dS at
paire foar hundred and fourteen (4141 thereof ;
The so'iihwest fractional quarter, south of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty OvefS-)),
except ti iat part thereof ennveved by said Rn ey
llmenpot In his life time to the board of education
of tt e cit r of Rock Island, hy deed now of record
in said r. eeordcr'e office, and also except each
other pai ta tbereor aa are sltnate In blocks one(t)
two (tia'id tniee () in Bailey Davenport's 1 at
(lstladd Hon u the city of Rock Island, and in
blocks an (It, two (). three ( four (4i ftee (Si
and six (i.). in Bailey Davenport's fonnh (4th) ad
dition to he city of Rock Ialand; ami subject to
the estate and ntiht of Ibe Rock Island and Milan
street Ka lway company in certain portions of
aaid la-t named quarter section described in a
certain de id made unto it bysaid BaiieyDavenpnrt.
bearing d Me Ausnst nineteenth (19tb) A D. lHHx
and recon ed In aaid recorder's office la volume
sventy-two (Tt) of records of deeds at page fNir
hundred aid forty-seven (447) thereof.
The son h fractional half, sonth of the Indian
Boundary lino, of section thirty-four S4 In said
township nd range except those certain parts
thereof co rveyedhv said Bailey "avntiport in hia
lifetime lo Lowell Bnttrirk and tb Rock Island
and Peoria rUilroad Comnny, by deeds now of
record in said Recorder's ofnee, and also except
such other parts thereof as are situate in block two
4i and thr (8 tn Bailee Davenport' (rat ll)
audition le said city of Rock Island, and in blocks
one ill. tw.. ('., three IS), lour (4), 6e & and six
(til in Baih y Davenport' second dud) addition tn
aa'dcityof Rock Island, and la blocks ooein, two
(li, three ( 1). fcur (4.fiv(ftand six (6. and seven
("l in Bail.-T Davenrt's toird (3rd) addition lo
aaid city of Rock Island.
Tbe sontti half of the northwest nnarter of sec
tion one (1) in township seventeen (IT) north of
tanire two 1 1) west of the fonrth principal meridan.
Toe norti east qnarter of section two (4) la sa.d
last above n tsaed township and range .
Tbe norU west quarter of section iwo (SI tn said
last above amed townsbin and ranee, except that
part thereof conveyed to tbe Hock Island and Milan
ftreet Rail ay Company by aaid Bailey Daven
port in hia li retime, by deed nearinedate July list
A D. ISC ai d now of record Ik said recorder' of
fice in volnir e seventy fonr (74) of records of deeds,
atpafre one hundred and Ofty-elpht (IfVN) thereof,
and also exc ipi such other parts thereof as are sit
uate in bloc), three (S) In Bailey Davenport's first
addition to s aid city of Kork Island, and in blocks
fonr (4 1. Ill (6), six (6), seven (7). eiifht (H)
and niue ) and ten (10) tn Bailey Dav
enport's fonrth addition to said city of Rock
ialand and subject tn tile estate and right of
said the &k Island and Milan 8 met Rail
way C'ompai y in that certain part of said last
named quart t section described in said deed made
to It by sal. I Bailer Davenport recorded tn said
recorder's of ice in vuinnte seventy-two (7:i) of re
cord ofdeed lal page four hundred and forty-seven
The east hiiW of the northeast quarter of section
throe (3) in ild last above named township and
range, excep such parts thereof as are situate la
block three ( I) in Bal.ey Davenport's first addi
tion to aaid c ty of Rock Inland ; and in blocks two
(2), three ()) and four (4) in Bailey Daveoport'a
third additioi lo aaid city of Rock Ialand ; and In
blocks ten (II , eleven (11) and twelve (13) in Bai
ley Davenport' fourth addition to aaid city of
Rock Island; and in block one (II In P. L. Mitch
ell e addition lo aatdcttyof Rock Island. Tbe
southwest qn. xter of the northeast quarter of sec
tion three (a. in said last named lovmshlp and
ramre. The I raetinnal northwest quarter of s re
turn three 1 In aaid last above earned township
and range, ex ept those certain parta thereof con
veyed by ild Bailey Davenport in hia life ti ma lo
tbe Rock Islai d at Peoria railroad company. A. B
fekinner. Jam Kelly, James Conn, L. Buttrick
and K. KL. Srdtn by deeds now of record in aaid
recorder's nflV e, and also except th it certain part
thereof conveyed by Bnaan M. Ooldsmilh to said
last above nan ed rail mad company by her certain
deed bearing i ate tbezStbday of January A. 1..
lHSt). and recotded in aaid recorder's office in vol
ume forty-six t as) of records of deeds ai p'ge four
hundred and t fty (4.10) thereof. J.-U seven (7,
eight (H), foul een (14), enleen (lSl. tbe north
half of lot thirteen (1.1) In block three (.11, and
all that part of lot live (5 in block one II not
conveyed by s id Bailey Davenport In hi life
time to tbe Bvedish Lnthetan church, and to
Joseph Lewis, ny deeds now of record In said Re
corder s office, til in Bailey Davenport's first ad
dition to tbe el y of Roek I and.
Lot three 3 n block ( 1 J, lot seven 171 and eight
8 In block toS, lots six 6, seven 71 and
eight (8). in bio. k 'hree 13), lots two IS three SI.
onr41, six RJ seven 71, eight SJ, and nine Hj.
In block four (4j .lot five 5 In block five (5). lots two
3.(ve li. and six . In block six (t In Kailey
wvennon's third is.il addition to ihe city of
Lo three yx and fonr 41, In block one lot
seven I7. in bunk two tt lot six (6, aud th
south half of It I eight (, In block three Sj,
block four 4J, etccpl said above described tract
eonvt ved by Bal ley Davenport to aaid Reck Island
and Milan street Railway company by deed re
corded in volami Seveotyfoor 741 of records of
deed at Bage oi e hundred and fifty eight liisj
thereof aa fo. esaie: Lou two (J, fonr 14 J
ninaejyl. ten hi I. eleven 11, twelve fl, t'llr
tu U and fot rteen It J in block five 5j; lota
e 1, two 12, idur 4J, five (SI. ix 81, seven
hj8, ni.ie and lea 110, la Mock eix
....Uloo of asld
,-uie l'i tsslDn.r1!!: fractional quarter
action thirty! , W " JSnnded o xJ'.'i'inc-
lot A of said sab. '', 1b sonth hoi section,
tlooal SSo fractlowaJcenpUal by the
line of said laat t J-Jm, ea,uad aod -
.nth east OV WW . . . . L. . ,n..
j Uta 0 S' oV MliWPplrtv.r. a
avd ' ct of lend being sometime
, lot our4 in aaid laat named frao
quarter sot don.
GOOD FOR THE NERVES.
always ad") Wtma. tajurion. .fheu ,
tk.t - . m .
and ak a. a
Lot thirtysix pl fat WeaUternead' addition lo
the City of Rock Island ; -.
Lot one J, In block fuor4,lottwori), tn block
five &). Iota three S and fonr 14), In block V.
lota three 13 and fonr 141 In block O. and block
N.ln George Davenport1 addition to the town
(now city) of atottne;
Low two (9), five (5). eight (S), nine () and fen
(10), in block one (t)ln Bailey Davenport's second
(id) addition to the city of Mollne ;
Lota on (1). two3f and three (J) In LeT-lalre'
reserve ia township eighteen 10 north of range
I west of the fonrth princlial meridian, except
tnose certain parta tnereor conveyet
Bai ley Davenport in hia liastiaie to btmock and
i,oa, '"o of ' recoroVd in ,d Kel
uv., . . " u h .iu. . i. .ins iwniTiiar l?aj
thereOCano theoth-rtn volume flrtyflve 186) of
deed afoage six hnrdred and fonvsevea IS471
thereof, sfasi also except those part thereof by
said Bailey Iftsacenport conveyed to John P John
son, Carry Johnrvn and Gnetaf Miller and the
Chicago and Nock Island Railroad company. I y
deeda now recorded w aaid Rec rder's office, and
siso except tnose eemfin pane oi said lot one (1J
in aaid reserve descrlliiXL in rack conveyances
made by said Bailey DavenporTxnd bv George
Davenpon, as are now lecorded td'xf aid Reror
der' office: aaid lots being snhj.et to'lriitlfver
right or estate the Chicago, Burlington t Quftacy
Railroad company may have to certain parta
thereof under a certain deed made to it bv aaid
Batley Davenport bearing date December 9. A.
D. ISM and recorded In said Rrconier'a office in
voinme eventy two 7x1 of deed at pae three
hundred and nlnetysix 3US thereof ;
Tbe west naif of the .oetnwest quarter of sec
tion one 111 in township seventeen (171 worth,
ramie two weal of the fonrth nrloclpal merl-d-an;
'I h i north Iwo third of thenortn west qna-ter
of the southeast quarter of eection three (S in
the townshio and rang last aforesaid, except
that portion thereof cooveved nnto the Rock Isl
and and Peoria Rsltroad company by Bailey Dav
enport and Sueaa M. tioldjinlth by ih.ir rensln
deed bearinr date Jannary a. A. D. hhu. and re
corded in aaid Reeorde'a office ia voinme fortv- ix
146 of records of deeds at page six hundred and
nineteen CIS) thereof.
The east half of ihe aontheast quarter of ser
tion eleven 111), the soath half of the northwest
quarter of tne southeast quarter of section eleven
II. the south thirty ) acres of the eoa.awe.1
?usrlerof th sontheasl quarter of section ekven
II). and the south hilf of the aorth half of the
southwest qnartcrof section eleven (111 all lathe
townrhip ai d range last aforesaid, said last men
tioned tract being nbjeet to tbe estate and nhi
of the Rock IsUnd A Milan Street Railway com
pany, in that rertaie part thereof, described la
said de-d made to It by said Bailey Devon, art,
recorded in said Recorder's office in vol nee
seventytwo 7t of reronle of dctds at page four
hundred and fortrtevea 447.)
All that part oi the north naif of Ihe northwe.t
quarter of the northwe-t quarter of section Thir
teen 13 which lies east of ihe manty tosd run
ning from Rock river to Um cityof Kock Island,
aud ill that tract of land in aaid last named quar
ter section described in certain deed mate by L.
G Andrews nnto said Bailey Davenport ad re
r rdeu in said Recorder a office la voinme fifty
three ISS) of deeds at page fonr hundred et.d forty
three 44S; thereof and o .ntaiaing atom tea acre
of land, both of said last two trai ls of land being
in the owmahtp and range last aforesaid :
The northeast quarter of section f.Kjrteea 14
In the township and rsnife laat aforeraid. sabieet
to Ihe estate and tight of the Kork Island and
Milan Street Railway compauy ia that certain part
thereof described ia said deed made to sa.d omo
peny by aaid Bailey Davenport recorded In aaid
Recorder's office in vololue everty-two Ti) f
records of deeds at pave four hundred and forty-
ev n 447 thereof:
The east half of th soaineast fractional quart, r
north of Rock river, of section fonrteenili it. tbe
township and range last aforesaid;
The east six ( acre of the west half of the
southeast fractional quarter, north of Bnrk river
of section fourteen ( 14 1 in the township and range
last aforesaid, the saVne being all thai pan of said
last named fractional quarter certiam wkirk lle
east of tbe land now or lately owaed hy Richard
Mansll) and other:
That certain tract of land, situate ia sa'd last
named fractional quarter section, mentioned and
deaenbed id a certain deed, made by Abraham Mer
chant, administrator of the estate of Margaret J.
Seers, deceased, nnto said Bailee Davenport, and
recorded In raid Reonnler'snfflre ia volume elg ty
two (( of deeds a! page three hnadre I and lortv
six t4, thereof, aud containing about Bin acre
of land ;
That certain tract of land tn tha northwewt quar
T of eection fourteen (14) in the township and
range last aforesaid.
known upoa tbe Assessor's
f lsl of said last named quarter section aa lot four
4), containing about enrht 8) acres of land and
lying directly south of and adjoining the land
formerly owned and occupied by John Good, and
being ihe name which was In the partition cult
about A. D. 154 set off and allted by Uie coa-mis-lo-
ers Joseph Coo way. T. B. ttortoa and A
si. Pbilleo to said Bailey Davenport and George
L. Davenport; except that part thereof conveyed
hy aaid Bailey Davenport ia hi lifetime to the
kock Island aod Peoria railroad company.
That certain tract of land In the southwest frac
tional quarter aorth of Rock river, of section foor
Jeen 14.tn the township and range last aforesaid,
known on the assessor' plat of said last named
quarter section as lot one I and containlna abont
twenty-five and a half ('-, 1 acres, and being all
that part of said laat named fractional quarter see
Doo which lies west of a nonk and eonta I m
drawn therethrough, distant twenty-one (xi
chains and thiny-oue 81 J linka west at right an
glea from the east line of said last named fraction
al quarter section, and being the same which was
In the partition suit about A. 1.. ISM. setoff and
allotted by the commissioners. Joeenh Conway
T. B. Gorton and A. K Pbilleoto said Bailey Dav
enport and George L, Davenport; subject to the
estate and rkbiof the Rock Island A Milan street
Railway company in that certain part thereof de
scribed in said deed aiade lo it by said Bailey
Davenport, recorded in said recorder' office In
voinme seventy two TV of record of deeds at
lege four hundred and forty seven 447 thereof
The undivided hair of the southwest fractional
quarter on Vaadruff'a Island, of sect ton loo nee a
141 in the township and range last aforesaid: Uie
south two hundred and twenty Mil acre of lot
nine j in said LeClaire's Resnre aforeaaid. be
ing tne same tract of land mentioned in tbe last
will and testament of tieorge aiavenport, late of
said Hock Island county, deceased, and. aa there
by devised nnto said Bailey Davenport, and being
the land assigned to said George Davenport la the
division and partition of laLds in said hock Island
county between him and Charles Farnam; except
that part thereof conveyed by said Bailey Darea
port in hia life time to J. G. Master by deed re
eordad in said recorder' office ia voinme seventy
"."if71! ' deeda at page fonr hundred and eight
4 S thereof.
That certain ttact of land mentioned and de
scribed In a certain deed made by J G.liauierun
S.t"J3.,"c,JD""no "l bearing date September
1 .tn. 1H81, and recorded In said recorder's office
In volume seventy-one 171 of deeds ai page five
hundred and ten Mo thereof, said tract contain
tag, four and atit hundredth 4 AU-10U acres more
"Vhe southeast quarter of the northwest quarter
of section twenty-four 11 in township seventeen
1'71 north of range two -.' west of tn fonrth arin
cipal meridian ; except that part thereof conveyed
by aaid Bailey Davenport In hia lifetime to H. R.
Beanie hy deed bearing data March Suth lssa. and
recorded In said Recorder's office In volume forty
five (4A,lof record, of deeds at page four bun md
ard eihgtyfoor4S4. thereof;
The east half of the south west qnarter ef section
twentyfour 1J in the unrnship and range laat
''e.d. except that part thereof conveyed by
said Bailey avenpon in hi lifetime to the Rock
laiand Peoria Railroad company, by deed bear
ing date April . IsM aud roe tded la aaid Recor
der's office tnvolnmeXof record of deed at near
one hundred and forty ihree(14J) thereof ;
The east hair of the northwest quarter of Bert ton
twentyllv. .rj and the northeast quarter of sec
tion twenty!! ve, (Uf,).both in tbe towtliipand range
last aforesaid, except thai partuf eaM laat named
t-act conveyed by aaid bailey tmveopon lahlallfe-!im,V?P-
' by deed bearing dale Jane
xB, ltro, and recorded ia said Recorder' office la
Uwreof reCXml l"wil al page I ortyaLa, Ifi.J
All section five, f5. h towaehlp sixteen, f 18,)
north of raua fonr, 4 J weal of the foartk princi
The ri orthwestfraaJoTial quarter of ertki thlr
tytwo,Si.) in township aevenireo. 17,1 orth of
range fonr, 4, wen of th ioartk piinciual aaert
dlan; . , . .. . . -
.00 and Upward
aeie, aeeared oat land worth from
tlUMtoflvw time tho amount
tKf the loan.
Isteeeet f per cent teml anaually, coUocUd
remlued free of charge.
E. W. HURST,
ATTOBirXT AVI IiAW
1 Ud 4 atasonU Teaapie,
Dr. S. . IIcGBEARY
(Lata of Ciscisnatl, Ohio.)
Baa Permanently Located is
Ia th past eight month be ha ueceeafnlly
treated mors than
of th most Mver character. Hlarperiallira are:
PRI vATB AWD
.ucb cbm ta rheumatifiiu, cearal
fzla. scrofula, asthma, catarih. heart
difsfi ., all kinks of nervout diaeaaes,
eolk pay, chorea and nervous prolra
tlont. Ia fact all chronic or long stand
roailtvelj and Permanently Cured or
HPLos of Manhood, ftemlnal Weakne, and
rrors of Tooth, pceitlvely and rntaaeotif
S-Potfvely no case taken that enroot be
enrad. Correspondence accompanied bv 4c in
tame promptly anawered.
CONSULT ATION FREE.
Office MeOnllough's New Block.
W. Third Bureet, near Main,
BTATK OF ILLIMOItt,
Kock IsuatB Oocarrv,
In the Clrcalt Court In Chancery. .
John Peels, admtntairatoreum teetamente anwexo
of the estate of Bailey DavenDon.deeaed. va.
the nock island
aad Milan street Railway Com-
pany, Charles II. Stoddard. J. P
Klmore Hurst, Peter Flies and J. G,
John Peels, admin 1st i ator cam testamento aa
nexo of the relate of Bailey Ihavrnport. de
ceased, V. the Hock laiand at Milan Mrret
Railway Company, Kxra WlleJw-r, John W.
Mew art, Jamra ht. Mmtgirmry. bdwla .
Kraser, Levi itfcarp Prederirk Wryerhsenser,
Frederick c. A. Denkmana, William p. Hal
Hgan, Ros Woodmsnsee. Thoaiaa S. Hilvts.
loins V. Rckhart aad Joha K. Downing.
ieorg Dowaiag, Kr.. James Iv.wmng and
1 hoojaa Downing, partner etc, a lKwniag
Notice I hereby given, that bv virtu f a de
cree or tbe circuit roan hi and f.ar tne coenty of
Risrk laiand ia the state of Illinois, entered la tbe
above est i lied cause on the Thirtieth (hahj day
ef tseptembrr, A . D , ItMI. shall on Bain rday, tbe
Bixih ( day i f December, A. II.. Iiwu. al the
hoar of lea (10) o'clock la the forenoon of said
day at the aorta, door of tbe conrt bo-e la lb
rllv of Hock Island la said coenty of Rock Island,
sell, (subject to the approval of and ronfirmaiKKi
by said rtrratt conrt. at public auction an the
Btgneet bidder oe bidder ucssa the terms aerem
arr aod In said decree mer.tinr.ed. ail ttie rail
way of said sWendaal the Rork l-lsnd hi Han
Blreel Railway Oneapaay. said railway exteadit.g
from the corner of neventeenth street and First
avenue la said city of Kork le s-d I jruegh and
along lbs s reels and avrnees of said rn to a
point at or near the southern limits rf sai.l , ity,
aud thence over ita tig.t of way and fa part over
and along rrrtaia nds and highways ia the town
if fttMith Koch Islana to and over the or dges now
owned by the aaid city of Rork Island spanntfc
Riark river bvlweew ihe Iowa of hear sa4 the
Iowa of htllaa. aad thence over and along certain
si reel s and pebtie grounda In ss-d Uiwu or my of
Milan to Its terminn inereln and incladiar the
branch extending from tle ts.ww es tear afore
said to ihe high ant on the Muffs of Rork mer
known a Bla k Hawk' Wtch Tower, together
with all said railway company's r.gtit ifrat. ral
es'ate, lea-ea. road-bed. track, side tracks,
switchre. iron, ties, eagine and taiHa boase,
bama. motor, rolling stork, care, hnrrs. ana
chin ry. tools. Implement and beioafini s and alt
aaid railway company property. a.p.tauce and
apperienanceaof every sort, kind aod u. -script toe
wnatsoever now brloeiglng to and owned by raid
defendant railway romiamy, tncluning those now
In the possess MM, or control of Pietlenck Ilass,
beretofore ap ointed receiver Benin, and all ara
which may hereafter ai.d prvw to su h sale he ae
eutred by hint, ( except uag nevertheless all wen
keloadng to said street railway romiatny ikiw ia
the bands of said receiver and all such aa may
arlar f rosa or grow oot of the use of said tails ay
property and franchises, or may rome to sa d re
ceiver prior to bis surrendering possession of said
railway .ad property as by aaid d-cne prowtedi
together with ail tbe r.rhis, privileges and fran
chisee of said defendant railway cowiuiv to
maintain und operate Its said railway and carry no
It bnsinsas. ana to maintain and operate lis .aid
railway over, along, across aad through tbe reels,
stleya, road ana public groeud of said cltv of
Rock Island, said Iowa of M ilaa aad said township
of Mouth Rock Island, and over and almg tbe
said bridges spauo ng Rock river, and all other
nghta. privileges and franchise wbal-orver he
tongingto or connected with toe ssid railway com
pany; all off aaid raliwav, premises, proper' v.
rights and privileges keing situsted in Ihe ronntv
of Roek Island af.eesald said aale being subject
nevertheless to all liens lor taxes or asecsma.la,
general or special, which mar nave accrued and re
main thereon prior lo such aale.
TERMs OF 5. ALE. Ten thousand I'lO.non
dollars in casq dow at the time of said sale, and
the remainder upon ibe approval and confinnatloB
of ancb sale hy said circuit court .
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this Sth day of
November, A D.,imju.
Receiver and Special at aster in t banrery.
The sal mentioned la the above and f.sregoing
notice Is hereby postponed to take place oa Tees
day the Hlxl day of Janaary. A. D. 11. at the
boar of ten o'clock la tbe forenoon of said day at
tbe place and on the terms Bsrauoaed In the
above and foregoing notice.
Dated at Hock Island. Illinois, this Sixth day
of December, A . D. lrl.
Receiver and Special Master ia t nancerr.
JlOTIOK TO OONTRA0T0R3.
Sealed proposals will he received at the fiiy
Clerk oce. Kork Island, 111 , until M.WMlav.
Janaary bin, Itwl at S r. a. fur roastrncling th
improvement ordered bv an Ordinance of said
city, which was adopted May IV. Ivu. and sa en
titled "an ordu.aace for th lmirornent of
Fourth avenne from Twentleih street to Twenlv
tblrd atreet and Twenty-third street front roarih
avenue to Fifth avenue, and Fifth avenue f -oca
Twenty-third street ft a point about four hundred
feet east of Thirty-eight atreet, thence aorth
about oat hand red and sixrv feel throngh tb an
derxrade croseiug of tbe C. li. I . A P. and the r.
R. A If,, reillvada, aod from there eal Fifth or
Mollne avenue to the eeBlerof tbe later-ec km of
Vortr-eixth street and sa d Fifth or Mollne are
Baa. aad for furnishing tbe mater al and doing
to work accord uje to the plans and speciflrallrnss
therefor. The said Improvement ordered by said
ordinance consists of Barbing with curbstones, ex
cavating, grading laapeovieg and paving a lib paft
Inannekof rae.il quality twenty seven blocks of
atreeta In aaid title of said ordinance net out.
Tbe aaid imneueement must be constructed and
ne Bsatrrial therefor furnished must be In accord
ance with the plans sod sertscattotis l.sr ssid im
penveaarut na tie la the aasd Ci' V Clerk ofBce. al
which aaid olnce. said plan and aprruVatuios are
oeem to the luepectioa of all person interested
there in. .
t'ontracters are to fureirk samples of brick with
which work le lobe doae. Brick need in tbe wk
Biast correspond witk sample In quality and style,
All bids meat be accompanied with a cs-rufted
rbeckinthaaumof Ire h aad red deilare. vable
lo the order of tbe treasurer of said city, which
shall become fiwe failed u said c.ty la rase th
bidder shall fail to enter Into rooirart. milk p
provrd su etlea, to execute the work far the price
aaeationed hit bid, and aecordicg to the plans
and sneculcattoM, la the event that the contract
should be awarded lo b.m
Hi Bk bids will be famished en applteattoa al
the Oiyllerk'a otaee. All header and other twr
snn may attend at th owning of aa,d bid. To
right to reject any aod all bids or piuueeala rs
cerved It hereby expreaely leas i nd.
. Ruaiarrk.oaai.sa. City Clerk.
grTTTl'lllf A TTna.TTTl.1
CUUXVIU AV JCsXw- AA
' ef '
J PasscmirTtaKa a scii.tt.
Fourth Ave. andTvrenly-TMrd Bt.
Th Oroat French Remedy for spptslnsa
and Meathly Irregolaritte. .
LaVe UM-LVleoC Periodical POL of Iarls.
Pre nsrsaleed to socompiuik all that 1
clr hem. Tube el esotuhly tor trecbl
- ea. rail dlreetions with each
' aikm hnxeeforSo. Americas
. nvoortetor. bpencer, lows. Tbe
obtained of OttoRadert, him street,
44sppe Cl. J
iMveaport, ass rm au
Teach), it Modest a
xrade aod tbea start
tbem Is railroad oeniee.
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f j- V e-rr I fit
I. r- I u Plinr. I I -rre. I i -a J I a
triple L 5 rjx y
VtragtS fl r
I! Wpared jr t
II Whom J
THE TRATELKth' UIIE.
CUICaOO, MOCE luLAr. . A pAflrlC ft AIL
way Depot corner Kit- vMs aad Thirty -grst
Hreet. C. U Hkeiton. at
ta Dav Rxorese 1 1 "
) aa l:0aai
Kansas City Day Eipre... I lunlMp
Wwbingtoa t J press a p ItXftpai
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sea' TaB am
United Vestlbnle Ex.. ( ' ,e "
aaaattlty U mi tod 1 M ; MM aan
tteoing west. tOoing east. lhaily.
DlBUSdTON RtitT1B-C . A u RAIL-
J- wy Depot First aveane aad ii .eath M-,
m e. loeng, agent.
Kt. l,owt Axprese.....
m. Paul Express
rlesMlstown Passenr, r . ..,
Way Pretrht (Mooraouthl..
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way itacine m boet-'i western fimstnw le-
pot Twentieta sieeev netweeB riret s.4
avenue. E. D. W. Itolavse. agent.
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Bta.l and hxense-. ......
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A Aecommodatl a...
Ff A Arms modal inn..
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tsw Ftrei svanee aad Twentleih atreet. r.
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ttaipm i5 am
MUST D1RBTT kOOTB TO Tit
East and South East
and Ex 1
t . na
Fast i Mail ,
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1 th pm Rl.svminevoti
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7.15 pm;Terre Ifaate.
t to am'. Kvmnsville..
a Id ami
S en am
t u an
1 1.15 pa-
1 l pm
0 H pmj Tncienall. O
raeai ngi i trains arrive and depart from L atoa
AccommedatVm train leae Kork Ialand -to
?- m. artive at Peoria t an a. m Leave Peoria
18 p. m. arrives al Rork Isiand 1 a. m.
Acroia. Ill Utr I Acmm
.1 90 am Ma-1 - pel
., t 'i am I'd. -jiam! Iilya
. IS ani!I oil ami S fi pm
Le. Rork Island.
Arr. Remold. ..
Accooa. w'lJkAc. Acrom.
aa It Si pm 1 1 pa
TlOaei I SA (m IAa
a it, am s.iaj pm i. pm
" itnck Island.
Ctiairraroa Fast Extirrss between Rock Island
and Prsnne ta both dlreettone.
B. B M DLoW. It. FTOCKIIOrsE.
BBprnnteBdeat. Uea'l Tat. Ageat.
FAT M IL TRAIN with Electric lighted end
teem healed VeetiButrd train between fat
cage, Mgeraakee. M. Paal aad Mmaeapoll.
TRAMiSTI?lllTAL RolTE with EWric
lighted and Steam bested Vestibule train, be
twew Oaicagnand tmaarw Bnf, tnwaha or
M. Paal aod the Paetac lto.
GREAT NATIONAL RolTE between tatraa-s
assess City aad St. Joseph, Mo.
W MILE OF ROAD resrhtnT all priBripsJ
petals la IlltBcde, Wisconsin M naeita. Iowa.
miaaosn. Boats iiekota aad North Dakota.
ForBUtns. time laalta
rate of passage aad
rreignt. etc.. anolv an ta. .,.! .i
sf the Chicago, Mileraakee A . Paal Railway.
la say raiiraedasest say where la la worm.
ROS WELL MILLER, A. V. H. CARPENTER.
Oeneral Maaagwr Oea'l peas. A T. Aft.
St Fovtaf wmllim la referewes ta Lands sad
TowBsewBed by by the Ckaca. Mdwaakea A
bt Pal Railway Company, writ la U. M Haa
gs .Lsadonmmisalimiir MUwaakes. w,irm..B
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalmint:
Dtalck Stork. So. tM X)tk W Keck Islaad.
. BavtBg Barrtiaar a cesplrte Use of rsrtak-
ng goods, with kearae aad ante.
having secured the eervleeeef Mr.usa, A. Jteed,
of Chicago, aa expert funeral director a ajx,
balm or ol I year exyaners, I am felly pf
I Tilaii i s
Dmretsta. Bos Agents.
TweaUeth street, sen
Protect Your Eyes
MA EI ON OPTICAL CO'b
Issnraved Crystal llad
Soectacles and Eye Glasses.
iTaad It Meld.. I.-J'.
Ind. r or aale Of I . ' ' .
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Srl!l bre.sre.wl - a.r.1. se.l-.i-
r."er w s-a.r'-;ii;-
ssV IUSS. s.. l. ' S..ISHS..I
Wl.a sl eee I" "TUTT 'T
pnuuf.. 4. I'lMl II lb. lesslssess IU, s
care, aaaiaalaaa am I 4i aaias siaiiyae
.7. ,.,,e. rr.Sle. Ml 1 SI BCMS. SJST
CHAS. W. TERBURY. Maoagw.
TT. C HOPPE,
h, rT I
Agency foi Excelsior Roofing Ccirp.il
Cheaper iham f bicle.
Bead for c .rcaUr,
ALL KIMDS OF CBPKXTFR wrt'"1
sy-sewrel J.sao.ng do as han Bstirs sad eatlersrtio An '
OfTW aa.1 Hbop Mil P.surth A vctusr
Shop Third arena, b?twpv-n 10th and :U--
aVTAlI klB.I of Osyarounr wfrk aad
-Or. "W. iT03STES-
Dealer Is JSrw aad '
Second Hand Goids-
Bays, sells sad trade ay artlcl.
lw UVsLVu Vav-X
laviiHVIIl or CKACEEU llg IIICVITt.
Aak frsuf Orurcr for them. TVry are If.
gsr-Speclalllee; The f-hrts-y "OTiTBE" aad tW Carhxy "WariE
KOCK INLAND. ILL
of sieve wuk twatasg at B a.
A. D. HUESING.
athe Ima pud aad wet)
ateyal I awe eases fwaansny. af Englssd.
w irhse Pu las. tswapaay . V.
hagaieOirmaa la. Co.. As tale. M. T.
ttorheetee linen la C.. b.ihsatav. M. T.
liuoraala Oe ml f-ivasMnrh, Pa.
aaa Pie OsVa. I sin
I shoe laa. to.. of f aiifiarsm.
Peranty las. Oe, Mew Hvvea, Cw-sa.
MHwaaaee Mschsale las. Co . M ilwaabaa, Wat
(esrassa rtrele. Uswaf rmana.lli,
Offloa Oar. 1SU 8c, aa4 Serjoad Av.
ROCK ISLAND. ILL,
saey Psssl sa
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sSgameaeu asraaarasree twremss ! straw
DAVIS k i)
Pipe, Brass 0'-, p4,t I
ut, Fir- I
DEAN STEAM PUvps,.
SIGHT FLED LUBRlCm.'
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Tweatf say ir i, v, . , ' " '
Pkfetf Ilewtlno it;u. .'. '
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AND GAS FITTLl
Au Dial 1 h t-
Wroagbt and Cast Iron aii l 1,, ,
Parking, 8-r an.l Irfar
6t4am and CJae Fixtnr
work at fair peve. f..-
aod ahop 119 18 L .':.;l v-,l
Rock Island, II
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John Volk & Co.,
Oml -U AAaaas El
. J. M. BUFORD,
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