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HOW FOUR AGREEABLE NEW YORK
WOMEN MANAGE TO LIVE.
It CmU Them 750 Yur Aplee. bat
Thy Uiti a Delightful Bern Ob
Vtnn Act us Agent They HT
Hired a Bouse How They FurxUabed It.
"Don't talk to me of co-oporativa house
keeping," wild a prejudiced woman.
"Abov all, don't t:iik of co-operative
honkeo!iiitr (or women alone. It can't
be done. I tell you no roof isstrontc enough
to cover three or four womco who think
tbey ran keep hmine together. A bornet'a
nest would be n little paradise beside Ucb
But co-operati housekeeping can be
made a (nieces. There must, of course, be
more or lest of Individual compromise,
cntoraitnlty of taste-, good judgment and
plain, evt-ry day common sense employed
la lt working. Method too. There must
be no liit-iiiitl-inhvt, go-as-you-please fash
Ions adopted, hut a regular, unfaltering
kystem. Moreover, when choosing Co
operator, two kinds of people should be
persistently avoided those who love
everybody to K"h nud those who believe
they hiive a apodal permit to run the en
tire solar system.
Suppose for one tnonieiit that you are "a
lone, lorn creetur," wearied of liyardiiitr.
and thut yon desire to take unto yourself
seven otucrspirlts. ilo not select the woman
who Is eternally telling you how sweet Hud
lovely you are, uoryet the one who iscon
Ntautly deliniim your duty. Take rather
the woman whocnii hold her tongue and
iniud her liiisiiit-s.-, if Mich a rtint avis can
I'ptown, in one of the nineties, this ex
periment litis h-eii tried and with most
beautiful results, lour women, two of
whom aro well known journalist, the
third nu author and the fourth an artist,
have taken a pretty house at a rental of
$1,500 a" year. The author, by virtue of her
years, her lovely jjrny hair aud a bank ac
count. Is the niniinpTof the establishment,
doinif all the ordering, marketing, paying
of bills, etc.
At the end of each month the accounts
are presented to the others, and each one
settles for her share of the comforts and
luxuries enjoyed. The lady manager puts
these accounts under four heads bouse
expenses, includlut; rent, (ran, coal, etc.;
service, which includes all help, indoors
and cult, table expenses; breakaue and
wer and tear. She keeps an itemized ac
count nf all theseexpene. aud insiststhat
the others shall exauiiue her books at the
end of each month.
The service consists of a maid, who does
everything admit the house save the wasb
iiiK and ironing, which is attended to by a
laundresx. who comes Monday and Tues
day of each week, and a colored man, who
attends to the furnace, takes rare of the
front walk, steps, windows and vestibule.
If special survico Is required the manager
ai ts at her discretion.
in the matter of food It U quite fortu
nate that this quartet ban a uuanimtty of
ta For br-akfast there Is alwnys a
lerenl with creata, fruit, eniti, toast and
eotlee. There are always chops in the re
friireru'or. Each member of the family
t omes down when she pleases to ilnrt the
oatmeal ami colTee hot, the eifi i-wady to
I bulled at a moment's notico, and if she
wishes a chop has ouly to order it quickly
broiled. Krery one is away for luncheon.
For dinner t here are always a soup, a plain
salmi, a roust, three veiieMbles, dessert
If wine is wished that, too, is paid for
from the Tjnmiou purse, thooxh if one
wlehvs to bnut hotnu u treat in the line of
wine or fruit no objection Is offered by the
others. Indeed, the newspaper women
Ketierallr fet the fruit down town, as it can
lie bnuithl so much chaper thauat the up
town KrocvrW Th subject is usually
dni-:e,t at breakfast, and If fruit is re
iinlrvil Miss A. tir Miss it volunteers to
tirtnit It home. Mrs. C. Pavs .Misa A i,r
Ml.s B. for the box of (rajies, or bat; of
pevira, ami it is marim. lu the table ex
pense. The eutertaiiiiueiit of truest! is provided
fur after this manner: tiuests are usiiully
bidden todinner u one of the evenlntrs
when the laundress is in the house. In
order that she may iuvit ttio maid of all
work; himvvtr, there is no strict rule to
he followed. Auy member of the house
hold tuayhrli.it li'iine a frietiti to an ln
formnl dinner, and In. perfectly sure ttiat
there will In- enough and to span-. Kach
iiinilr kept a list of her tfucsts, aud
when sh' In, hud twciity-t.iie, wuirh la
considered an erjiiiviileiit for one week's
bourd. she has ". addeil to her share of th
monthly tabl- expen-.os ji, ,w tl,is hap
py family wishes to irlvc a tea ox n-ceptlou,
all exte-ii-.-,. including Invitations, port
aim, refreshment-, t'-;iu; service and en
terMlnm-nt nr.. ... .1 ,e manuer
o akin to
' Kone a
,. ... . ... luiuier and pride themselves
nn a tiiper:itfve milliner and a co-operative
manicure ami hairtlnsrr.
The milliner, u worthy womau with not
mould, cnpltal to ,et up .-, esttililt-htfiem.
and a protein) of it n..'iiihct .if thin co
operative hi.uiebii.il. Minus .n certain
days and prweeds t..i lnaku over and con
struct hats and tsiiuir-t-i
lu furiiistiiti.: t ie house eat b Ionian
limuaht what i icc.-sof furniture she had.
The kitchen and laundry turmtiire were
Iwuirht from a ., minor. fmi. Kach mem-ra-r
furiu-berl herown .iii-piuo apartment,
itntl the new furniture tliiu was nwrssnry
was bought as their i-iiuKi; diuuted. The
atitlmr bnaliltiin rn;s for the reception
ruoin. huni its wall, wan tiur pictures and
hned tbv lihrart walls witn prints she
had picked uplu Europe. '1 tie artist did
all sorts of hea'ititul thinm with her brush
and Ixaiulit tubmen ami divans. The
newspaper wom-n I'urui.shtsi the dining
ru.ti:. All ..ninhiii.-.l books uud hric a
t ro . Unc bcilroon, snows it owner's in
dividuality 111 antique iiialint-any and banj--
"W"' t' o'l 'olor, another u a d ream of
white and told and blue, still another U
urates 1 ami initio in l intasii.- chintzes, aud
each one thinks her-iuwer the prettiest.
"And how do we Ket mi'" repeated a
member ot tins nuiiiii: household, 'fieau
tifully And here jH the secret: Wo let
each ot h.-r alone V do as we please-, ask
no foolish or liii;s:rtuient qtli-stious; do not
attempt to run each oilier, if one c hocs.es
to jrn irnm.-.li..ielv to her mora after din
ner, t.s l.n- .-, tut cmee, tin- rest do not look
lit each ..thee and sav, '.Now, I wonder
what 11N hei-v' if we wtih to read tre read.
We do not expert, to be enter;:! or
Ifushi i over. We act like reavjnabie hu
man neinus, and we tret on admirably."
The expenses cf this euiblishmeut are
alxint f-s"M year, or TOii for each mem
ber I .'.1, is no u'rcit'T e.cpctive than fash
lona'ole b.nrdink. nml uives these women
the delih'ful advantages of a home.
VANQUISHED BY ANTS.
rank (Jillette tells of a remarkable tlchc
Wltnesseil Utween a lies.
and it colony of red nU. Ho Jim
turned from .lack c.e.ntv. where, in the
canyons and lull,, he had been huntlm-. In
the .fternonn of ooe d ,y he .ncot.nterrf a
lare spe imcii of
the tarantula wlooi.
aoonnds in Texas,
touch or ,,V(M Kl !
which Was ali.,iit tlv
of a rather iirei ni-h
He dul not dare to
ear the deadly insect,
iu.hcs in lenirth and
If. but he ifot n I,,..,.
elicit, ,,i. ,.,) f w,n
dexter.. 1 lnai,,,,ati
1 he pht. and by a
n se :urc I th- I'..-....
Ulla Is-tw (
firuic.'-i win. i.
Itetliee I. .1.1 ,. , ..... .. .. t-
ec.MH,. ,,, ,.,
""-: 'o pn-vent
h to injure ii.
hrt m, I "'! on his tramp,
hill lied. .. ,-,t,. i ,, . . ' - the
irom its inn
thiln .1... ,.
' ir.tnt'ii 1. re easinu It
tne,rhole. 11,,, . , """""I Of
the si r,., ' ": r mthere-l around
motu-nt. and A'.. ".' ('""lvl"f brief
' i d at 1, 1
11. ,1 11
ent.r.o 11... .1 , uurriedlT
hi.-l. were 1,,.,,. .1 Wrtbio
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tula iiiiu I
w't- I ..li,,,.,..
IHU MS lt, ..I
xvimiini. lni l,
eyes, bnt not
1 I he siiiull lusecU.
forth the ants in
siuy. .!lh,,,,.., tll
tered the lull I,. ,1,11
. ...rrs una eri
riors nil 1.111...1 ',. .. .
uoies. ti.h t...
a iari;n am a
h"'ly iis.u ,1, .
fie line look,-1 ikl,
1 'ail.e itnu
1 a1!! the others
1 ue , i.. ,,f ,
1 red 8triii
ere I I,
' "asalejut four
''ts issued from
uc 11, the lea I
furry l,.Ka uud lhe
others ot tllt.,r , "
oisili 01... ,.f
tu as near by as poi
ISSI 1 n
There seetned to bo so almost unending
string of the ants, ancf ia a minute and a
half the eutire body of their victim wa
covered with them. After that the taran
tula did not move a limb scarcely. At first
it attempted to pull away the leg attacked
by tbe ants, but Boding it fastened it shored
along with the disengaged legs, moving per
haps an inch aud a half, but the remainder
of iU body was soon covered with the in
sects, which devoted part of their force to
holding the victim in place. The tarantula
only killed three of the ants. These three
eutured within reach of tbe jaws of the
tarantula, which closed its mouth with a
nap, ending their existence Instantly.
In four minutes tbe tarantula was dead.
There waa not a sign of Blood any whers on
its body, though in many places were evi
dences of the fray. Near the head were
scars showing where the ants had bitten
deepeat. Shortly after it closed its eyes
and allowed Its head to sag many of the
ants withdrew, but when there was a con
vulsive Jerk of one leg the ants ran up
agalu, aud this time remained till every
sign of animation waa gone.
. Then the ants removed the corpse. It
was a heavy body to move, but they accom
plished it. On the flat top of the hill
the pull was rather hard and long, but
on tbe incline it was easier. Arrived at
the foot, the ants deserted the corpse and
returned to their homes, some entering the
holes, others resuming the work they had
beeu interrupted at when tbe tarantula
came auiong them. Texas Cor. St. Ixiuis
A Bltutl Druninier.
"There Is one of tbe best tolacco drum
mers iu the country," remarked a gentle
man as an elderly looking man, with a
long gray heard, iu company with a young
woman, passed up Wyandotte street. The
gentleman walked iirin in arm with his
companion, and no one would have noticed
anything peculiar alsmt him until he came
to a crossing, mid then his companion
spoke to him, his step faltered, his foot
was put out, ns if itfrnid to advance. Ills
eyes were turned straight ahead and never
sought the ground They were hightless.
The man was Mr. .fames Harrison, of
Richmond, Va., and the woman waa his
daughter. Mr. Harrison travels for a plug
tobacco factory, and is regarded as one of
the best drummers on the mail. For more
than twenty years lie has made the rounds
with two daughter-. First one of them
grew tip from g,rl to woman and was
married. The second one then took her
place, anil has since lievu hi- constant com
panion. She goes ab.iiit with him from
tore to store, help him with his samples
t the train nud I he hotels, attends to tick
ets nnd baggucc in short, does everything
that a tender, loving woman ennui do for
the blind. She is his eyes. Tbe two are
known in every ciiy in the eon ntrj .- Kan
aas City Times.
tVtl Cniwn tin Trees.
In a little nrcoiiiit of India Herodotus
anys thnt it is the finest of all the countries
of the east, llesavs that with the excep
tion of tbe horses, the beasts nnd birds in
India are the largest lu the world, llesays
the people get their gold by washing it out,
while other people have to dig for theirs.
And tbeu, as the acme of their lazy pros
perity, hB auys their wool grows on trees.
"Tbe trees there, in a state of nature, bear
woolly fruit, which iu beauty and in
strength surpasses the wool from sheep,
and the people of India wear clot hes made
This is the first allusion to cotton made
in western literature. It in a little curious,
indeed, that no distinct reference to it is to
be found in the Bible, which runs back to
much further than Herodotns. Tbe Jews
ninst have seen cotton awnings aud prob
ably cotton clothing In Babylou, and there
could hardly have beeu au army from the
east on tbe soil of Palestine bnt embodied
'many cotton clothed soldiers. New Eng
Millions nf People Are Traveling.
Iu Xew York we have 30U hotels, and the
dally average of visitors to town is placed
at tJ,0t). One of our lurgu hotels proves
by Its register that it roomed and cared
lor 175.UUU guests during tbe year IHto.
Now allowing that the other ?J! ' hotels
each did one-half of this business, the num
ber of arrivals would figure up to 7Vi,i5G
a day. I believe this ratio will hold ftond
at ail sniallecities. That is, ffntting New
Vork's population at 'J,UW.0U), which is
above the actual, it shows that a number
equal tu 3Vj per ceut. of the entire popula
tion of the city could bu counted as guests
of hotels. The population of the '."nitod
fstates is nearly ti3,oov,(iUi-. It follows, there
fore, as a logiuil sequence if the nrooortiou
holds good in other cities and towns to
that assumed aud partly proven to be cor
rect lu Xew York, why then S.275,OUi
citizens stop or sojourn at hotels every day
iu the year. Hotel Iteglster.
Two cubic feet of sound, dry corn in tbe
ear will make a bushel of corn When
shelled. To compute the amount of shelled
turn in any crib measure tbe length,
bremlth and hoight instde the rail. .Multi
ply the length by the breadth, this product
by the height: divide the d induct, bv two
ami the remainder gives the number of
bushels of shelled corn you will havs.
Old and New Athletic.
"I know nothing of athletics. I don't
understand a game WTien I see it. aud
thut is probably the reason why I have
le-en ele.Tted an honorary member of
tho Manhattan Athletic club. This or
ganization wanted to exhibit to tho
world tt frightful example of a man who
didn't know anrtbinir about athletic
in the old days we played baseball whare
we honestly caught the ball, aud were
put out by berutj stung bv the iiall.
JSuw a man reaches the base bv sliding
out on his nose. At tbe conclusion of a
game of football a man could spend the
evening witn tns best girl; now he
epwnus it with hia doctor." Prom a re
cent stieech of Chaancey M. Derw
"Are vnii happier since your second
marriage:" he asked of his friend as they
rude down town on a Broadway car.
"Oh, Hindi happier."
"Then it was a case of love?"
"Liactly, the muu as with my first,
but there this different.- I fel mor)!
"In your miml?"
"Yes. and all other ways. It was never
quite clear in my tirst venture who ran
the house, bnt in this case event hiirg is
plain sailing and no uc-cariiou" for dis
liutu." ".She knuckled, eh?"
"Oh, no; she's boas." New York Son.
A Trlek That Did Snt WurU.
Conjurer You sw, ladies and trnnrt.
men, the dollar Iuls vanished. We .hull
noon find out where it has gono. Yon
honest contitrynian. over there, jnt put
your hand in yonr coat pocket! I bet
yon'U Cud the dollar.
feasant No: I've onlv imt te..
and eight pfennig!
Ur poM- niturt have the dol-
'Nu, I baven'tl That w.. - A. n...
you put in my poclcet a whih "T"
i ve oeeu ont to have, a i .... J
HI reat Xeed.
Parent You wish to m..r 1 .
Bnitor Yes, sir: that i. ..-. .
tnv visit " ""ject or
'What nieaus of support
u:iv no actual tah
sumetbir,. .-: ""ve
UlLUUl 1-U.I. 1... t .
" cry prontaWe
"The., what you need not a wjfe
it W VoMlbW.
rraswnir her l"Odles.
v. tter notlseIlsi . u.y dear" r .
Henry. "Y,.,, ..,.,,! ,U(-ar- returned
t Posifon aatmrr'' y
would you? Yu J "-Uh burglars.
-"uten iiie.'" ulilt.k
i the; tri-city congress.
The Labor Ornslotm. Rlrrta Oft
rera The Haaday Meat afevemeet
Tbo Tri-Citv Labor eon tress held it
semi-annual meeting at Hllliei'd hall Sud
day afternoon, and officers for tbe ensus.
tag six months were elected as fol'ows: I
President C. T. Lindloy, Psvenpori.
Vice President 8. Harris, Davenport.
Secretsry T. F. La Velle, Rock Isi
Treamirer L. Liogren, Moline. '
Financial Secretary J. Grotegnt, Rock
Statistician J. M. Kramer, Daven
Sargesnt at Arms W. Humphrej.
Rock Island. ' 1
Trtigtees J. B. Danfortb, G. Bstllcs
and J. M. Krsmer. ,
The committees in charge of lha - early
closins; and Sunday rest movement re
ported steady prog rets such as bad
prompted a firm determination to keep
the measures uppermost in the minds nf
the people until settled. It was repor ed
also that many misleading ideal" had gone
out, whether calculated in do injury to
the movement or not, concerning the
real nature of the popular movement, itft
was not the p ;rp se of the es.r!v closing
aim to csiise. a suspension of thoe
branches of business 1hit are eswntiil
to public comfort and oojj
venience, tiu-h as drus; stores, street cr,
etc., ) ut merely to afftinl as nint h rest lis
possible to an overworked represents
tion of our lsborins; community.
''Kaust and Mart uerlte."
The Dubuque Telfijrajif. has the rollosj
ingcoocernin;the"Faust and Msrsueritt
company which is to appear at Harper
theatre utxt Saturday uihi:
"Faust and Marguerite" as prescnti
by the Roberts-Sailer company, at It
Grand Opera House last nuhi. is a pin
of art, not only to the playiUL'. but in tl
circumstantial details of the scenery, cof
tun es and stage mnnsrment. This
treatment of tbe play is no more than H
deserves. Tbe Marguerite of Miss Maritf
Sailer is a delicate and delicious embodi
ment of the beautiful maiden of Goc'he's
grand work and is a delightful impersoo
ation. That popular actor ar.il wed
known Shakespearian scholar, J. B. Rob
erts, in his great chsractcr of Slephiste-
iRrniicni inu M ul'iiii, .1. u. it.'sj
i great character of Slephiste
iwed himself to be an sctor i f
y. His Mephistophelcs is la
ireation sod a masterpiece eif
elocution. The Fam-t of Wibain R
Hatch was very brilliant. In fact the en
tire company Is excellent and deserves
prai'e. 1 he scenic and n cchsnicai i Ilea
are very elaborate and wondtous. the i
timies accurate and handsome, aud
inoitlentisl music does rredit to th
ranger, especially in the cho
where a quartette, a powerf
toned chime bells and the ci
powerful cfcnrcb organ miko ."'
listic f ffect.
The troubles between C. lierhardt and
D. M. Martin, of Hillsdale, which n -suited
in the former suiug the Istti r for
5.0(il) for slander, have hern satisfac
torily adjusted ntilside the jur:s.)icu n of
the courts, and probably con: mcrubie ex
pense ssved . Four of the best citizens
of Hillsdale were chosen to arbitrate, the
cse John A. Lipbarjt, John Shall, R
M. Feaster and S W. Woodburn and
these gentlemen after braring all (lie
facts and taking then, into due considir
ation rendered a decision which was vay
satisfactory to all concerned, and peace
again exists between the two Hillsdf'e
la the head
Is a constitutional
Disease, and requires
A constitut onal remedy
I. ke Hood's Sarsaparilla,
Which purities the blood.
Makes the weak strong.
Try it now.
"I'm in a quandary for an appropriate
character in which to go to the New
Year's ball." "You might go as a gotul
In the pursuit of the goo-a thintcs of
'his world we anticipate too much; e
eat out tbe heart and sweetness of worl i
ty pleasures by doligbtful foretlioughtlf
thorn. The results obtained from the ue
of Dr. Jones' Red Clover Tonic far exceed
U claims. It cures dyspepsia, and ,M
itomaoh, liver, kidney and hiadt!.-
troubles. It Is a perfect tonic, apuetizr
oioou punncr, a sure cure for auc aid
malarial diseases. Price, 50 centsTid
Don't put too much trust In nrovi.i
Providence has her arms full of fool, ii'.
The question has been anked. "In what
respect are St. Patrick s pills better thn
any other?" Try them. Ynu will fi.,d
that they produce a pleasanter cathartic
effect, are more certain in their action
and that they not only phvsic, but cleanse
the whole system and regulate the liv,-r
nuu ooweis. for sale at 25
uox py llartz & Balinscn
Teacher: What are
products of Ireland V Ti
and Irish hulls.
to Nervous Uebilimisrt Ben.
If you will ger.d me yrmr address tt
will mail you our iilusirated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their charming effects up.,,, the nervous
debilitated system, and hnw ti.,. Jn
quickly restore you to vigor, manhold
and health. Pamphlet free. If you Jre
thus afflicted, we will send you a belt auT
appliances on a trial.
Voltaic Bblt Co
Presumably Sockless Jerry SimpW,,
of Kansas, didn't get anything to spesc
of in his slocking. '
k Do To Coogk!
Iotrtdelay. . Take Kemp's Raisan
oesi cougn cure. It will cure
coughs and colds. It will cure aic
tbe cbest. It will cnre iofluenaO
bronchitis and all -diseases perta.niri
is a pufo kV
Hold it to the ji
ueci atter taking .:
ooilles 503 andfl.
Tou anything to say, prlJ
. .J"ae- "No. your honol
u,.i tases but very litUeto
Ti 1. .1
... -uKBru to tamper witb I
J. . vawa tfe and nit
caaV, "?.,n?P'W. U cures IhH
,. J """r.ru co" in the hear!
rtira'tir- "S"? :eUe' ' "e firsl
. .. i rice ou cts.
county Treaa.... I'-, u".ecl"'
nouse. Owne,. :.""?e n the
quested to bring thrw VUt?
ceint. ? '"'riasi vear'a
descrlpUonTf ,in,e M
books , ,,r Puberty 1
' i5 tier i..n r. , .
., ' " at amhe.fl
ber tn h verea w'tuin
P' ton discount for e-.L
ttKe aJ.icd on all , ,ond7
one ton- " or'ltrs for !'
-" Yllll'in Or 1
" ju per low
- E. G. It
m r f i
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gJgpCK ? ISLAND 1 AUGUR. THBsn a v
wis mess cannot ha cnea
by local applications, as they cannot reach
the diseased portion of the year There
is onlyone way to cure deafness, and that
is by const tutional remedies. Deafness
is caused bv an inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of the Eustachian Tube.
hen this iube get inflamed you have a
rumbliog si und or imperfect hearing, and
when it U tntirelT closed, deafness is the
result, and unless the inflammation can
be taken out and this tube restored to its
normal condition, hearing will be de
stroyed fort ver; nine esses out or ten are
caused by c ttarrh, which is nothing hut
an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will g ve one hundred dollars for
any case of ieafness (caused bv catarrh)
that we cant ot cure by taking Hall's Ca
tarrh Cnre. 8nd for circulars, free.
Sold bv tirut gifts, 75c.
F. J. ;he5Kt & Co.. Toledo, O.
Pie doetn'i produce the best types of
men, but in b printing office tbe ben of
men often produce pi.
IK 100 BAD A FRItHD
About to visits, .ma section o country where ma
lsrlat dleease.eithsr In the form of chills and fever
or bilious renin tent was particularly rife, wbst
would be aboot the best advice yon eonld give
him? We will t dl yoo-lo csrty slang, or pro
cure on srrlvb g that potest modiolus! safeguard.
Hosteller's Sloriach Bitters, known throughout
plagued regiens. here and la other couu'ries, as
the surett tresi s of ilWrmliie the mlssmstlr
course, nd roll alia; It o( iu f, li dmtrurtire ln
ItueBce, Not on y does it forilfv the ststem by
tucri'asinc Its t mlna, but overenmes irrcenlsrltv
of mfeiod. the liver and ihe bowels, and emu'
term-ts the unfa orable effcrta of overexeriiott
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Km K Island Coi ktv. ( "
In the County Court in Probate.
John I'eela, administrator cum teautmeuto annevo
oT the estate f Ilailry Davrnport, deaed,
complanmnt. vs. Naomi L. Dsvenuort, rstherina
ltaveiiort, Klwne)r !. Davenport, Henry O.
Paventmrt, .Timeph L. Taveiiport. U'llliamC. Put
lism. Abraham Merchant, administrator or the
t"t.tle of lsgaret .1. Kusrs. ileceaeod, Freiletnik
Wuyerhseuaer. Frederic A. Oenkininii
Ixiilie.F. Davenport, Marv It. Ilsretinnrt. Iteotite
I. OHboni. trnslce. Waliai e, .1. 11 rare .la-ne K.
llriceaudS F. ullh. di-lemlaiits IVIilion to
ihjII real estate to pty debts.
To said defeuriair Naomi I. Paveunorl. Caihe
rine Il.tvrnport, Eln-nezt-r O. Davenport Henry
'. Iiavenpurt. Joseph I.. Davenport, William C.
Putnam, Abraham stercli-oil, a.luiiiilsiralor of
l he estate of Maitaret J Sear. decea-ed. Iuim
.1. DavetiKrl. Mary H. OarciiK.rl, Oi-or-e 1.. ou
tturn tiuetee. Wallace J. time.- .lanica E.
Hrucenuu S. K. Stuiih.
am :av-it of your eon rep-tienee havmir Iteen filed
in said caue, take notice lhal the I . unoii in ihe
above enlllled cause has been filed awl i nim
prmliliK 111 the County I'onrt of enbl Koca Isltnd
Couuty in the Mate of Illinois, in probate, for the
ale to pay the d.-btaof the eoutte of eaid Ka'ley
lliveuport. deceased, of the followintt descrlhed
landa and premlaes silnalrd in the county of Kis k
Islard aud Mate of lllite.ls. lo-wit :
All that part of the eoiithrest A.l sou'hessl
quarters of section tlnrtT-tlve tS'il in to n-hl. i 111
north of rsutteiwo (Ji weeiof Hie fourth principal
meri.lan. knowu a out lot Bflv three I vSi. .ml
being the .ame premise ocetlpl. ll hv eaid H-liier
ilavenport al the time of his death tor his home
rla"e, anil containing abont fourteen 14i erres,
and Ix-int; Ihe eamu 0. scribed in two certain deeds
of conveyance, one n.a.lc by .l.ts. ph Knov sml Su
san Knox htaw'fcto Hailev taventri and s,n
M . Goldsmith, being dated Apiil V4r.l Iht.I, and
recorited Ui ihe offl e til the reorder or needs in
and for said Hock Island conu y lu volume il.iti.
two 8i) of records of deeds at pat'e Inn tanuilr.-il
aud nine (4 thereof, and ihe other inail.- bv
J. Julius Mrahley and Jane hia wife to earn btil. y
Davenport and recorded In said Keror.ier (.ace
In volunie thlrty-fnnr (!Mi of reenrda of deeds at
tt-ffe one hnnttred and i.inetY.fonr iliui t!,..rMor
Theeontbeast fracllonal quarter, south of the
in. i. an oosntiary lllu,', ot salt, eecllon thlrtv llte
iSoi except those certain t aria thereof conveyed
bv satd Hailey Davenport in hi-lifetime to W.'T.
Norrls. I.. M. Webber, Jacob Kiercb. Jacob Pasa
m cht, William K. Woodwanl atet .lac h Hleuer,
bv deeds now ol record in the office of i he Kecord
eror deU In and for aanl Kock Island 'nui.tv,
an. I also except all that part thereof described in
two ceitalu d.eds made by aald Hatk-v Devru ttrt
to A. O. Kool, tone of which bears, daw toe flfih
.1Mb. dayuf pvptelnlter A l. IK'liand la recorded
In the oftice of ttia Ki-cor.ler of dcc.la In and for
said Hock Island Cottntv in volume K of record
ot deeds at paco eighty three .sji lb. reof. ai.d the
other of which tteara dale the fourleenlh lU'tu
lay of Septemticr A. P. IHII. and l recorded In
s-ld Itecorder'a oftl-e an aaid volume t ai paire
liinety-alx itan tuereof.is and wuich ia n.d iics-
crlbeil In those two other certain deeds maile nnln
said Hal ley Davenport by H. M I aylor.and husband
both bearing date the lwentr-ei ond . -rie.il day
of January A. I). Htit. one of which Is recorded lit
said Recorder's oft.ee in volume forty-live ,,.m of
records of deeds al tiaee four hnndreitand thirteen
i4Ip thereof, and the oilier tn said volume 4 at
puk'e four hundred anil fourteen 4U; thereof;
The sonihwest fractional quarter, south of In
dian boundary line, of said section thirty ttveti,
except that part lUereor convened by aaid Hnt-ey
Iiaveupitrt In hta life time to the board of education
of the city nf Hock Island, by deed bow of record
in said t. eromer'a otticv, end also evrapl aach
other parts thvrtsof aa are situate In blocka one 1 1 1
two ?i and tniee Mi In Bailey Davenp-wt' tlist
I lt! addiUan lo thu cltv of Hock Island and in
blacks one tl, two 4. three 3i four i-li Iti-e iM
ana six int. in naney Havenis.ri's foirrih Hil.i ad
ditlou to the city nf rfock Island; and subject It
the estate and rlL'lit of the Kock Island und Milan
etreet Itailway Ctitnpany In certain Hrtiona of
said last named quarter section described In a
certaindeed made unto tt hyaatd RailerDavenpnrt,
bearlni; dale Aua-ust nineteenth tl'.iitn A ll. imm
and reconted iu aaid recorder'a olllce in volume
seventy-two iTt) of recorda of deeda at page four
hundred and forty-seven (447 thereof.
The south fractional halt, south of the Indian
Boundary line, of section thirty-four 1M1 la aaid
township and ranfte except those certain part
thereof conveved by said bailey Davenport in hia
lifetime to Lowell Buttrlck and tha hock Island
and Peoria K.ilmnd Cotnpsny. by deeda now of
record In said Recorder's ofuce, and also except
such other parts thereof as are situate in block two
c-i anu mree .3) lu Halle r Davenport's Brat ll
atldltion to said city of Kock Island, and in blocas
one t l. twottti, Uttee (Si. lour ON Bvs ii) and six
evil in Bailey llaveliport'a second (Und) addition to
sit'd city of Kock Island, and In blocks one 1 1 1, two
3i. three (Ui, fear i4i.Bve(f) and six (Hi and seven
1. 1 111 nailer imvenport a tutrd tardl addilkiB lo
aid city of Kock Island.
The aooth half of the northwest qnarter of see
tt' a one til In township seveuteeu t IT, north of
n.111 e wo (xi west 01 tbe fourth principal merldan
i oe northeast quarternr section two (Sj lit ta:d
la-1 above named township and ranite .
r.?he northwest quarter of section two (Si lus iid
last sbove t amed townablD and rsiise, exceia that
part thereof conveyed to the Kock Island and Milan
rtreel Hallway Comimiiy by said Bailey Haven
port in his lifetime, by deed bearing date July 31st
- tnrur idu now 01 record lc eatd recorder a of
lice .11 volume seventy four 1 74 of records of deed.
at paste ont hundred and fifty-eight (l&H) thereof,
and also except such other parts thereof as are sit
uate in block three (31 ra Bailey Davenport's Bret
addlt.outo said city of Kock Island, and in blocks
four (4. five (61. six lH, Feveu (71. ctk-ht (i
and nine (i and ten (lo lu Mailer Ilav-
eiiieiri a loann auu.llon 10 satd city tif Kock
teiauu anu suotect tu the state and nrht ..r
way Company In that ccnalu part of said last
...w .s .sjsmiu auu miian d reel xt
oaineutiuatter section uescrlDed inaajd deed made
lo It by said Bailey Davenport recorded lu said
recorder's office 111 volume seventy two (?) of re
cords of deeds at page four uuudrtd and forte-seven
(417 1 thereof.
The east half of the northeast quarter of section
three (Hi in said last above named township and
ranee, except such parts thereof as are situate ta
block three U) In Bal.ey llaveuport s first addi
tion to said city or Hock Island ; and in blocks two
iU three (3) and four (4) tu Bailey Davenport's
.....u .uuiuou u aaiu env 01 nock island ; and in
blocks ten (1(11. eleven (11) and twale. t-i in R...
JjT Davenport 'a fourth addition to said city nf
tsmuu, anu 111 uiuca one (it in f . It. Mitch
ells addition to said city of Kock Island. Th
soutbweatqusrter of tbe northeast quarter of see-
lon three (3) in said last named township and
ritiure. The fractioaal northwest quarter of seo
tiou three (31 In aaid last above named township
and range.exccpt those cenaln pans thereof con
veyed bv a .Id Bailey Davenport In his life time to
the Rock Island A Peoris railroad company. A. B.
bklnner, James Kelly, James Copp, L. Buttrica
and P K. rimita bv deeda now of record In sold
recorder's office, and also except th 11 certain part
l hereof conveyed by Bueaa M. Uoldsmith to said
last above named railroad company by her certain
deed beariug date theHithdar of January A. 1..
lnf.v. and recorded in aaid recorder's office in vc4-
nniilfiiin..'' Is of recordsnf deeds s-wieaVo,
"-jT dsndt'rt, t"i. "lijeen (i. Ue north
i. - twi to uiock tares (a), anu
tnat part of lot flvs (51 In bloek on. Ill
conveyed by said Bailee Yhtvenport In bis -time
to the Swedish tnlheran church, and In
Joseph Lewis, by deeds now of record In aaid Re
corder e office, all In Halley Davenport's first ad
dition to the elty of Nock Is and.
Lot three a In block 1 J, lot seven T and sight
in block two kits six J, seven Tl and
eiKut iBi, in block three SJ, lots two lJ. three ISI.
lour 4 j, six HJ.
In blocs four4
ini, snn nine uj,
i?k Ave rr.l lotslsr..
ll!). Ave IM. aud six fll. in block six 161 lu Hsllee
Davenport's tulrd (Sjl addition 10 ths city of
Kock island :
Lo s three (a and four 4, In brock one 11 lot
seven I TJ . In biook two 11L lot six (J. aud ths
euutii un 01 101 einni tnJ. n OIOCK tnrew 8J,
block fonr4, except said sbove described tract
eouvt yed by Bslley DaTenport,to satd Kock Island
and Milan etreet Kailway company by deed re
corded in volume Heveniyfoar 741 of records of
deeds at page oue Bundled and flfty eight 1S8
thereof as aforesaid: Lots two f'-'j, four 14'
nine In), ten (hi), eleven III. twelve lis). loir
teen 13 and foutssen l)J In block Bve 15: lots
one ll J. two l-h four I4J. nve I5i. six in), seven
(7). eight Id, nine (Si aud ten itO, in block ail
taj; block seven 171, lots one 1. two ( JJ, thru
IS), four (41. five (5), six ), and seven 7 In
block eight ; lots one Ul.lwo (J). three 31. four
Ul.Bve 161. six ll. seven (11 and slifhl lei in
block nlns til. louons 111 two al. three SI and
four 4J in block ten I la), lots three 3j sod four 1 11
In bl ck eleven 111, lots one til. two 111 three d
four (4). and iSvs) in block twelve ( 3u In Bailor
Davenport's fourth (4liiJ adtUUoa to tits cuy of
Lot at of tha snbdivlsioa cf tbe northwest frac
tional quarter sf seci.ua th.rtysix sb.J In town
ship eWhteen llHlnorih raaics two (1. west of tbe
fourth principal meridian, except that part toaia
of conveyed by aaid Ballsy Latvaaaort in hut life
time to ths linlted Mates of Americt, by deed
now of record In said Neeorders office, sod sub.ect
to whatever aetata or right tbe city of Rock Is
land may have to certain parts thereof under that
cenaln deed mads to it by said Bailey SaveuLort
JANUAKY 13. 1891
two i z lot reconu or mu at mo six knim I . r m
and nine lal thereof
Lot D or said subdivision of ea(tj Borthsrest frme
tloesl quarter of said section thtrtyais ) hi the
uwnsuip ana rani's last BTOTesaia, ssja last
nam-d two loot D and I being bosndesj oa tbs
west by ths west line of said last named frsc
nonal qaarter section, on the sjmaj by th sonth
line of said Uat sawed fractional Quarter section,
on thessst by lot c sf said inbdlvisloa of ssld
last nanud fractional qnarter sec Hon, aud es. ta
north by th Mississippi river ;
nat pen or ssia nortBwssi rrsjrririBai qnartsT
secUofi thirtysix l8) la th township and rang
Uat aforesaid, which Is bonded on tbe west ny
lot A of said sabdlrttton of said last aasaed free
tlonal quarter section, on th south by th south
line of said last named fractional aaattat aactloa-
ontbe eaat by the Isnd lately occupied by in
'"' '"""" .aoietor bis Domes tew ana e
for bim ny Lemuel Andrews for th sams par
pose, snd on th north by la Mississippi rrver. a
portion of raid tract of land being somslims
known as ont lot four 41 is aaid last aimed free
tlODai qaarter section.
.vU5,,oinv.,iI,Ml " Wthetn4'i44itleBto
th City of Hock Island ;
Lot one 1). In block foer tfl.tovn-B ', tn Nock
five (5). lot three if and four , ia block V.
Iota three 3 and four 4 tn block O. and block
'. in George Davenport addition to th town
(now el'y) of Holme;
Lots laoiD, fir (M. eliot (M, nin V and tew
Odi.in block on (l)in Bailey Davenport's second
(Ud) additio to th city of Mollnet
Lo's one (l). twoS) and three I in Las-lalre's
resetve In ttiwnablp eighteen lb narth of rang
I) west of the fourth princli al meridian, eiceot
'J"rt c'"t0 Pn- thereof conveved bv td
Bslley Davenport In his Itfetiat tn Iinrsck and
(.oula by two cenaln deeds recorded fa ss'd He
ctnfiler's efflce. on In volnm forty two (Ml of
deeds, st page two hundred snd twentyfour ftS4
thereof, anu th other t vnlum afrrtr lit) of
deeds st p eli hundred snd forty ssrven r471
thereof, sud also except those pmns thereof by
said Bailey Dsvenpon conveyed ts John P John
eon. Carry Johnson and Onataf Miller aad tn
Chlcsgoand Hot k Ialand Bsllroad company, ly
deeds nw recorded In ssld Kecrssr's offlc. tad
also xceit tlMHx cenaln pan of eaia lot on ( 1 1
in said reserve described la such convsyances
ru.de by ssld Bsllsy Davenport sod by Oeorxe
Davenport, as are now tecordrd In ssld Kecor
ders oftlcs: ssld Int. being subjsct to wbvtsrer
n.-M or estate the Chicsgti, Bnrlington s Qulucy
Ksllniad etinipauy nut bav to rr(tn usrlff
thereof nnder a certain deed msj to It bv said
BiHey Davenport hearing date Dei amber ta. A.
D. las. and recorded In said Reeopler' offica in
volume seventvtwo ITK1 of deeds tt pass tare
hundred and ninettrslx 898 thereof ;
'I bu wart bsif of tba southwest quarter of sec
tion one m in township seventeen (IT) north,
rans-e two 5J Nt of tb fourth pflncipal meri
dian; 1 h north tw thirds of tbenorth west ans-tsr
of the southeast quarter of section thro SJ In
th townsbto and rsni-e last sforesaid. except
thnt portion thereof eonvayed nntn tbe Beck Isl
and and Proria Kailrosd company be Bsllae Dir.
enpnrt and Susan M. Uoldsmith bv their certain
ueeu oesnns asieisnuary an, A. L. IrvQ, and r'
corded in said iteenrd' office in volumsforty-vlx
IVj or recorus or oeeat st pa(n aix hundred and
nineteen utvi iiiereot.
Th.iathalfof tb sont heist flu"r of tec
tlou eleven 11, th south half of thet-nimhweat
quarter of tbe southeast qtfaner of section eleven
lll.tue south thirty acre of tL sou. h west
quarter of th southeast quaner of secT.iv eleven
ill), and the south half of tb north half of tb
soiithwe-t qnerterof section eleven (UI all tnth
township smlrsng last aforesaid, ssld last nrn
tloned tract betn subject to tb es'sis sad r.sht
of tbe RiM-k Island Milan Street Hallwtvrom
ptny. in that certsln rrt thereof, described tn
sid deed made to It by ssld Bitllsy Daveniort,
rccaded iu said Heconler's off) re tn oru
seeeiitytwo (TJj of racordeofdeed at psL-sfour
bundrcrl and fortysevan 447.
AH tbst pan 01 tb north half of Ilia northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter nf section Thir
teen .ui wnirn lies esst 01 in county rotd ran-
1 11 V; ins city 01 Kocx Jslsnd,
-o 'i '" t 01 iiia in aia tsst nanicd qaars
tet seeiios at scriueu in s certain deed mad by L
i Andrews nuto ssld Bailey l.tTsjnpnrt and rw.
- e- v. nnuiurii omcs m voinm nny
three (Ml ofiloedsai page four hundred aid Inn v.
three 44J thereof and o.ntainlni; about tea a. re
of land. lrtb of aaid last two Irs. I of laud bvUiK
In ihe I'lwnatilp snd range Isst aforesaid;
1 ne nortneasi qnat-rr of section 'ounces 141
in the township and rane last sforees'd- subiect
to ihe esiaie and iKI.t of Ihe K.srk Island snd
stilsti Mreet Railway company In that Certain part
thereof desrnhed lu said deed Died to said com
imuy liy s.tld Bslley Davenuon reiorded In a.M
Recorder's, oflico in volume reveetr-lwo TJj of
'-r ' .. . "' 1 r tour ouuurtt. nu tony-
sev 11 4471 thereof:
The east half of ths southeast fractions! qnarter
1 's a, nvt-r, 111 section foarteen Ittl ic, tbe
township ami range last aforesaid:
Theea-t-.x (l.) a. re. of ibe west half of the
southeast fractional quaner. north of rus-k river
of section fourteen (14) lu lite township snd rente
last aforesaid, the same being all thai pan of said
Is-I nasned fractional qnarter se. lion which lies
ra., .h i me is.,1 now er lately taned by ffutierd
'lliat certain tract of lanl. silutle tn sa d lt
nnntfil fiacllonal quarter set lion, atenthemrd nd
...... us-., inacerisin aenu. nmle bt Abtaliaui Her-
ham, administrator of the t siste of kim.i J
M-ur. ileoeaeed. unto aaid Hailev Davwuwwrt. and
.......u ... -B n'-mniuT aom S IB VOIUlu SIg lr
two .',.,( deeds st page three hua tr 1 and Ions
six j vij thereof, and conlalulua about t.iu acre
01 1 1 1 1. ,
Thai certain tract cf land ia th northwest uuar-
er 01 seiiuu f.Kineen ;t4i In ths town. hip aud
ranne last aforesaid, known upon the Aesceior's
lilalor said last named qaarter section ss ha four
4j, lOiilalutui: alioutetvhl ;8j acres of lacl and
miii; mre. ii vn or and su)ooli.r ne lend
It.rruerlv owned snd net llued by John f'J, snd
being ihe same which was lo the nanltloa salt
a.Niui a, tt. i-vk set tin sua aii..tisd b. tn com
niis-io ere osepn t'onway, T. It. (JOIlua and A.
k . Philleo t.v eald Bailey Davsnuon and oeora-e
U Hsventeirt: except tlist part Iherwif conveyed
bv said Batley Dtvenport In bia lllstlis tu lb
it's s i-inu sun reoris raiiiusd couipaat
That certain tract of land lu the suutbwst frac
tional quaner north of Buck river, of section f..nr
leeu li.lu th township and rangs last aforesaid,
kuoa 11 wit th anseeeur's plat of said last named
quarter seciloa aa Itii one 1 1 1 aad ountalmnt about
twenty Ave aud a half T5-, seres, and being all
thst part of said last named fractional quarter sec
tion winch lies west of n worth snd sou 14 I as
drawn 1tierelhrooi:h. distant twably-sn vlj
chains and lulrtv-on 51) llnka west at rta;bt au
g'es from the east line of said last named fraction
s' quarter section, and halng tb Sams wbh b wa
lb the isnilloB suit about A. D . IHbt, setott sad
silotled by th commissioners, Jusenh Conway,
T- B. trttnoti and A. K Phtlleoto aaid Bailey Dev.
erjport and l.eott-s L. Davenoon; stihjsct In tLs
eslaleand rltuti.t the Rock Island A Mlb Street
Railway cuninv In that certain pert thereof da
s.-niied In said deed nisds lo It by said Bluer
Davenimn. recorded In said recorder'a office in
volume seventy two (T'-'J t.f records of deeds at
te four hunnrsd snd orl seven (447) thereof
The uudividrd half of trie soetawsst jTncttoual
quarter on VaudruK 1 lslamL of section fourteen
14) In the lownshtpatd rang last aforesaid ; tb
south two hundred and twenty xxo acre of lot
nine (, In eald LeClalre s Kcser. aforesaid, be-lii.-
tne same tract of land nietitloos In tb last
will and leslauieut of oeorce uavsnpurt, Isrs of
said rtor.k Island ctuinty. oe. -eased, and. as there
by devised nuio aaid Hailev Davenport, and being
tit land assigned to said (seorve Davenport In the
division and partition of lards In ssld hot k Island
coimtv between him aud Charles Fartiaia; exrspt
thai part thereof conveyed l.y said Balmy Dsecu
tiort in his life time to J. u. Umti by deed re
corded tu said recorder's office In volume seventy
one 71 of deeds at page four hundred aud clint
I. 4 .) thereof.
Tnat certain tia.-t of land mentioned snd de
ac rilled tn a certalu deed made by J Is. Ualusr un
to aaid Bailey Daveiip rt. bearing daw sepisuutiex
17th, lull, and recorded In said rscordel a olft
lu volume serentv-oiie "ai of deeds t Istg fiva
hundred and teu I .10) th-cof. said tract contain
lug four aud sixty hundredths ttto-llfl acres more
The southeast quarter of tbe northwest qnarter
of eectiou twetitv lour (1MJ in toansblp aetentevn
I I. (north or raiute lo)'-' west of th fourth prin
cipal liietlilliui; . icept that part thereof cbvey.-d
by said Halley DaveuHirt In his lifetime to U. it.
Beattie by deed beatlim dale Match luth IsXat, abd
recorded in ssld hecorder's uffli In vomme f.my
five )4..f records of deeds at peg foot kbajred
aud eihkt(ouri4S4, thereof;
Theeastbalforiueaonthwestqaarter cf section
tweutyfour X4 in th township snd rug but
aforesvld. except that patt thereof convey. d ay
said Halley avenport In hta lllellu. to the Kock
Island at Peoria Railroad comHny. by dud bear
Ine date April . It-ie aud re -rded in said Kacor
der'soffire in volume X nf records ot daeda al pegs
one hundred snd forty three 14j thereof :
Tbe east half of the northwest uuartar ui aeclloti
rwentytive. ia. and the northeast quarter of set -tion
tn entyfive, Ci.i.boiu In the u.wi.slil pand ranje
last slorm-ald.except that part of said last nann d
est siorot-aiu. except that part of said last
tract t'unveyed by Bald llslley Uavrnsirt in I
ln" ,,K' U'ckaon by deed bearing del
" " . acd recorded In said Recorder' o
lliereof; recuru" ' Pg forty!, lJ
e..'i,r,1"n PI- ,n township sixteen. fl.
IITL F lou, mrtl 01 ln iaunh
pal nierldiau ; .
t.7wo TiTtT"" '"""'J qnsrurof sctloa tb'r
iaeV 1 ' township seventeen. 11T.1 north of
UJJ" fur, 4, west of th fourth piu.cfp.U m.rl
w".b.'T.,,."",.'rBT"- ' thCbtcgoor
inweraddltlontolhet py r Kock Island, elc.pl
the east ninety two. (MS j fMt thereof. And that
aummooe haa been issued agalnat you therein.
Aow, unless you ehsll personally b aad appear
before saidconr ua the irtret dsvof ths neat um
therenr, to be huide,. at lb court bob.
i h cltv of Kock Ialand. la an
of. K"ck '. aforesaid, on tb
rirslMoudsv uf January next, to which Uul aud
pise aaid aummaus made returnable, and plead,
aueweror demur bitae pellUon in said salt filed,
that ineaaru will be ta-en for rttifcsssd against
yt-.aud decree entered aooordlngiv.
Kock Ulaud, 111., bee. S3. A. DAM
m . n i!..ui.n
Ckwh of naia Ooart.
- WaJJafnorta"nYel Moaber,
in nnuaratflMM havlncbsen
Istmtor. with the will - .
lhuisal Moeber, lata of In connty of KocjTjStnd
tat of Illinois, diacsassd. harebV J1"?-
Rock Island counts, at u ie :L rn
aaid ene. l .1' T. or
Atarah term, on th Ant Mannas la SI k "
at snitch tun all parson bavutfcaxlma asraiaat
aid as late are Bonded aud ret. a as led so attend
for tbe purpose of having- ike sasae ad lusted, au
person Indebted toaaldellat an xet0ta4 t
i. JT . ,w Moaarxsed.
". ! y t esnnary, a. U. rl.
Ll Tltn'K 1. ADWAKllM. Adtnluls ralor.
V. lib tho Vi'lU aaeeied.
ij oticb of sUissoLDTio-f or
rA urn k ksu a,
The co-partnefBhlp heretofore exist iu between
red Best. C L. Best antic batlefscB, nndarttss
Oral name of Fred ttest A Co., ts this day dis
solved by mutual conaeut. The '-h-Iti na will ha
comlnned by LenberaT A Oetlefsen, who ar sa
tborlxed lo settle all cialaaa aa-alBat or ts) recedes
all amount due tbe above aiea.
Pit ED BEfT.
C. L. BKT.
Rock Ialand. Ill .. January IS, law.
Tb undersigned Ikvlles bid for tn stack of
If ercoandis ass.ai.eat to hia by il carton ax Ctf
xaan. of Keynold. lUlnout, eoaelettiur principally
of dry roods, aroeeries, elothinir. boot aad sbo
and such other xasrciiandls as ia wsa-llr kept la
a country store I will also recatva bids fur the
note and accounts wf satd arm. -
tunas or sale -caaab In hand.
ALFKSDy. Kt'IoTBOV. AssUrnse,
J annary TtJt, A. Al. Jisil. Jsynolda, III.
'-s I 3t
ABK TOUR GROCER FOR IT.
CUIClUO. ROt'K IrlLANilaV TAt 1K1.' hAtb
way Depot corner Klfih avenue sad Tbiily
tret street, C. II bkwlion, afent.
I Mia ljow
Council hlafls A btmneso-1
ta Pay Bxprsss (
KsnsaaCtty ly Eiprees...
Council Bluffs at Misneso- 1
t Kxpres (
Ornnctl Bluff Omaha I
Limited Vestibule Ut.. (
R:i m m f tn
8 pn. pn
Ttfslptn se sx, am
Il ia am es-tsla-a
10 Situ M :4 am
Ooimt west, tij.uni; east. siiy
TSCRUNGTOS Rot fB
C B aY O. KAILc
sD way DepJt First aven
ue aod bixteenth St.,
J. Yonny, as eel.
u Loaia Kxpres.. 7
Bt. Louis Bx;iress.. .......
gl. Paul Bxpres
Heartier own fasrecrer. ..
Way Krelvhl Vontuouib).
Dubuqu " .......
!.' I "'T. j.
" a'am a ""- a
7 ,oi ' 1 i .n
. I ,t ? : .u
. S V. fit. lm.si am
. V i'. as, t ; n
. IV -jf pm lo if s
7 'Ji am tt ' n.
. ltl.-o am 9-i x ; nt
CmOAl.O. XlLVTAt KKK . .-r. I'Al L IMIL
way Ra. Ine Jk S.H-.tliesteri l.. is on !,
pc: Twentieth strew rs-iwe-en I'list at.d es-e.t:d
avetio, R. 1. W. Itolmc. a.-et.i.
I-. ; t
7 Ft n
A stall c.
is. , 1
11 r. am
hi -to in
Mali aud aipreer
St. Paul Elfcs.
St. as Aecon.nnVil n ....
et. e Ac con Brods'loii
Rix:k island ikohii railway i-k
pot First svenn and 'J a ntlcf h street, K.
H Rotkwetl. Agent.
Fast Veil Express....'. .7
I I tail. Aaetvi
1 b:'k am T i p'B
V i am 1 -i pre
I ! atu - in pvn
1 1 111 pin Be 1
VIOfT PltlCfT RutTt TO T JK
East and South East.iz
-.teW S1ST. 1 sHUMW WXST.
MTl t Fat 1 . Mail , K.rt
and kx tsxnressl and Kx Ripeess
l pm a l ass I st, IsI'J sr 1
a ua I s aa. ar thb-n. Ii It st rin
V7 pm . ami 1'ntnbnds'. 1- x. p. as (.at
aftipmj tfiile .. Hal' a II '-4 an.l R pa
4etnaiil07sm! V. y..mii.c ,H :s an.1 (. 17 j.ai
a ni lam tw uu aui..rnutviiie 111 ns auo s r.. pre
5 1MB II x sh.I ,1'eoria
:ti in am' 4 In pa,
a It. ail, I X lo pm
t V. nu II IS pm
At sbi 1 lb issiiRlonmlniriiHii
ll.l.spn; trm riprtntrf rl.t
1L56 sail 7 AS swt.'tl. Ltmla. M11
1 1 so am ?7 hi 11.111 In
A ltlB i.IS m Terr II ante
13 m ixo am Kvanelltle.
A. il am, B.AVpm Ibdianaist'.is
' BUaol I Lone.. He
1 i gail lu a pml tl acini. ail ti
. pn, 1 . ,tc 1
IS Si Ml r IB.
1'iai. n IS an
atel pni' 1 tsiaaa
11. 1 1.0 I ill
train arnvc and dnan from I u'.on
Acconojodatloa train leaves R.w k Island 1 11
V. m. arrives at Peoria t mi a. m . I.e.i s I'ens
T:I5 p. m. arrives at hsrk Island 1 a in.
Accim. 11 4t . Area)
l.v Rock Island. ...
Arr. Kernold. ......
' IWhMJ ..
. 6laa In ami 4111 pi
.!? anV;u Ji in MA .m
. a.1& am:ll is am, v t pm
Ac-om. at'lAAr. arenm.
l.v. ruble ,
- Hoc k Island
. H am IX fo pra 11 a
. ' 7 III a J 4 pm 4 --s. J ra
. sic. am -t.isj pm t
(bnlrearon Fast Krtres between Ruck Island
and Peoria In both dlrwsthvtis
14. b bi iiuivr, at. iTrKntfK.
buptribteudent. tsen'i TkL A lent.
J. M. BUFOP.D,
I Fxes sod Ttas-trsnt I
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAD.
R. R. TICKET
t Item bar Amartcan Ticket Broker Ass'tn)
Reducid Rates to all Ponrrs.
OFFICE In Adams Kxpres Offlc nnder
"TT A ta "O ur 1 3 t'VT XT
Vl tni.li u, VV rm;,in ,y ,
Undertaking and Embalmint:
Dhaick Block, No. M U 8t.. l ock Island.
Esvta nnrruvsed a eoraplet line nf raaertak
lna: trooda. sriih naars and apvusnanncwe. and
kavinf BeCU red tks frrf gfl Mr. tseo. E. He'd,
tiessro. an ax t-
lover of It ysaeC'
silarrTarjR -jj -" seiuiit.rei... iv
WW ar.a a' !- ss-sai ssssw
ansae, ,r-1 iTTts -j XJ ,.
"nTR J r i fit till
CrV -ss . .s. ... aas. a.
MA BIOS OPTICAL ro 8
CTVT f - s..s aas. su.
rTit-rsZ ' '"sals sf I -r.-.i. ik--.., . ,K
aiJL-Li TTZm "sssi nr 111 m x iMssaae ever alt
LTTT ;-ee S1I M. S- s ,.
VWar., BAAVnaUl I At MIVM, U4W
I '-. Aa. ntl -r .rla. yt
Spectacles and Eye Glasses.
U and M Maiden Uoe.H. T. BtwVk'Hsrloa.
law. For sal by T. At. 7 soma, lraVa-Uw. stack
Island, IU. . stp. a-oaax
IA I I 4 i I It
CIIA?. W. VERMTRV, Mhi.
IT. C. I -
1 f f rrlLL
Agency for Excelsior Roofing Coirpany
t," s x jffx .' L! . a nsj
I'RCAPKH Kill ?BlOl.ta.
Simp TliirJ nveruet. t
nuf-s,!! bi-1e,.r i's'tn-nter w.,rk ab.1
-CT. W. tTOiTES-
IsswUir u New and
Second Hand Goods
Baja, sells nnd trade say amto.
ST. JAMES HOTEL,
'-nnr Ttrrtnij tt.tts. -irr. Fbrih tur. .... fjm ILNi II.
.1. T. HYAN, rrojirir-icr.
1 li hobtH- bat J J-l W't. VS Ii TLf.s . i Mstl nm i t M.J It ti.rf'. i
fl - (-cf 4 b -" sftiAal 4-.rn.tc fi: t nit-
Steam Cracker Bakery,
lIDFACTVtll OF CIACKEIt AID 1I1CVITI
Ask j.mf Orurrr f.r tbcta.
rrrictaJt.a: Tne ntisty 'OTITIf"
SEIVERS & ANDERSON,
Contractors and Builders,
ALL I OABPwwTIX wR DoKI.
Dffl-e. tod Shop UI
V la XW sUAtpsj OF
A nparmky W furnktAia. an klnAs
4m MtnsT 1 a. an . .
A MACHINE SHOP
' - .We. wf
work wtil b aaan ki.i
IV I NTH 8T. AND 7tii AW.
DOWNING BROS.. Propts.
HOR8T VON KCECKlUTzi '
rmasxxurrunis a Ittaun.
. . . . .
A- craiTii avtw. au I wo t-1 Hird 8L
DAVIS k CO,
k COSJjp e-le ssg -f
Pir, Brass 0,h,,S, Ta.kir,,
13oe, I.r'rk, lAr
.... - f ,
TCEAN STEAM PUMPS and
SIGHT FEED LUBRICA10RS
tnwul-irtes, sriwil e-r't
M f Twenty day s tnat. t, re.p.m,, .
en-Baety Heatiof Doilrr aad Contrar-.,, f,
" r' farmiablDK Utinc Wv-r. no1
8cwrr V t.
.Ti; Fiper At
K J-'aui. I " r..,
Tetevbotss Il. R . t..r 1, . , , , .,
An PkAI IH
Wroaght acd Cist Iron at. l La)
i1ob, Packing, Sffrer an l Utain Til-.
8leara arj'l Gas Kixtur-,.
w4""Bct unwh at fair frerw-A Estirt,t.-. fvr . j
Offlret ami thp 219 IHtb St. T: ' p.-1
Kock Islam. 111.
M: THE TAILOS,
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tTciepbons pre.- t.sr four es w u wt ttlfsuaf A
H.!trcU at ,Cf I
w -e-r K'Hi jii 1 lllli urevu,
irh .AI stacl
rea-ntif to ftliefwl Kunmetard
(XiMl'LKTK IN Alsl
Par Cbtnluauen A V.rrn
J. C. DUNCAN.
A lsx s !. avs-e tst J. es,
Xn. S-r..ii AVet.ue
1 hrj are bs-sL
ux:k i.am. ill.
TllTTV f-weter-V. a. e,-s
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viae, la. ' avA.atat
sj law ta. . a ,
ar. At. .
-i'wwasirtir "rr - t-w.
rfw. cs . . - ". iu.
.- rWitAd Am.
wv-fc IrtUAWD. ILL
John Vofk p-
t ww sxswa
I AHat A i.
I BCHOOL OF IT" sane
SCHOOL OF .i.r 'Vt.
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