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CRAMPTOX & CO.,
i-cureJ the exclusive con-
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c';:y, :itd carry a good
for lb' Winter and Hol-
nie. This is the Toy the
.j like best. Let us live
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&3 will be presented
jairiy-two page book
ri ani describing
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I'jiKNtce Companiee he following:
1xnr.ee Con?, of England,
ry-.re In. Company of N. Y.
p-watn its. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
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J- Co.. of Pittsburgh, Pa.
I? A..or California.
r'il 0... Sew Hivsn. Pntin.
-'-5m;c Int. Co.. Milwaukee, Wia
;f.-Iu.ro.,of Peoria, 111,
t. lSti St., and Second Ave,
ROCK ISLAND.- ILL.
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i PROMPTLY PAD.
f I.,.T,M'ble'onT ea
fck Insurance Co.,
"""tk a-'I'-'th from nccUrmnt
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ABGUB, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1891.
OOSL1N. iSOV. 9S T -cr
u touis per pound.
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loe neavv nun
, , . ""l" uwi ubb Dreilv
roads u"oin out or the
,Jhe .evj7al t Bsmow i8aU!1 pr)?re88.
eav.eiacioruy. tiite a number of
' V K peopie nave gone forward.
Ira WainwriKht siarted ont it to the
country on Friday last and was weather,
bouod until 8unday afternoon.
There seems to be a pretty live y de
maud for poultry, eittht cents for turkeys
bx and seven cents for chickens aid five
cents for ducks.
On Friday even'ng next there is to le
a dance in the implement house at Job! in
and it is heralded forth that any person
oringunr. whisky will be expelled.
Another olive branch has made its ap
appearance in the family or Mr. atd Mrs
Alexander Dunbar. They now have eight
children -five girls and three boys.
The school taught in the Mosher settle
ment by Hiss Ella Crorapton will c )me to
a termination on the 1st of Decemlasr. It
has been a very pleasant and orderly
J. G. Osborn. Oliver E. Tolson, Lymn
Dailey, J. C. Swank and Mifthew
Bchafer, of Zuma, and William M. Z sig
ler, John Oltmann, and the directors of
District No. 5 of Hampton township
have taken out policies in the Coe and
Zuma MutuU Fire Insurance com p my.
It is a common practice for the pork
trust, or what are generally terme i "the
big four." when they want a lart?.? ship
ment of hogs to rsise the price 5 or 10
cents, then when a big rush comes ii they
drop 15 or 20. Heard a farmer sey that
"the scoundrels ought to be b'owu up
Meeting Mr. L:Mle yesterday at Joslin
he imformed us ibat he had sold tut his
creameries to Mr. Nutter of Rock Island.
Mr.Little has recently made a yisil to the
state of Washington and he is so taken up
with the country that he intends to move
his family out their next summer. The
place where he has selected to build his
residence is upon the borders of Like
Chelan, where he contemplates having a
ranch of 111 000 acres which he intends
stocking wi h catile. Mr. Litt e has
done so much for the farmers of the- com
munity in building bis creameries that we
have learned to respect him, and we are
sorry he is leaving. Nevertheless he
informs us that Mr. Natter is a vt ry es
timable gen leman and is fully tswell
posted in the creamery business a he is,
and he is satisfied the returns t.o the
farmers will be just as satisfactory.
Heard a republican say the other day
that he now looks unon the tariff a th
greatest swindle that was ever prpetra-
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icu upuu me American people.
M ULTX'M IN PAJIVO.
Cokdova, Nov. 25. Charles Wellf,
of Rockford, paid us a visit on Wednes
day, accompanied by his friend, E I ward
Chase, of Toledo. Ohio. t
The river is almost cIo6ed again.
James Sallows is again seen upon our
The Methodist church is reported as
having no converts so far.
H. C. Fuller has still several jbs of
painting to finish this fall.
Some of our farmers say they b.ve so
much corn they can hardly care for it.
Some four cases of sickness are reported
in the immediate neighborhood of our
Our school, under the management of
Prof. Addition, is making greater progress
The Baptist church is reported ai hav
ing revival converts and will baptize a
few on next Sunday evening
Aunt Hat Vandeburg, as she is famil
iarly known, has been quite sick, hut is
now able to attend to her household dutk s
John Adams ane family have returned
fioin Missouri Valley Junction, Neb.,
where they have been living the last few
years, and will spend the winter here.
James Baker, son of Leander I'.aker,
of Fulton, a long time resident of Cor
dova, was married on Wedne"ay of this
week to a Ja3y in Fulton. After a short
honeymoon tuey will be at home to their
friends in Rock Island, where Mr. 3aker
is employed as a mo:ormm on the tyndi-
The Bast Authorluei,
Such as Dr. Dio Lewis, Prof. Grots and
others, agree that catarrh is not a local
but a constitutional disease. It therefore
requires a constitutional remedy like
Hood s Sarsaparilla, which eSectuai:y and
permanently cures catarrh. Tboinards
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, jaundice.
biliououess. sick headache, constit ation
and all troubles of the digestive otgan
A Delicious and Healthful Confection!
THE PUREST AND BEST CI M
EVCn OFFCRBD TO THI PUBLICI
ITS MEDICINAL PROPERTIES ARE INVALUABLE!
SOLS THROAT, COU&ES L2TD. CCL33,
AND S HIGHLY BENEFICIAL TO DYSPEP.ICS.
It whitens the teeth and sweetens the breath, im
parts a pleasant taste tc- the mouth, and an agree
able feeling to the stomach.
liorf s Clioc-To Cum is the best, try it once, anti
you will use no other aiterwards. If any dealer
you ask for it. lias not got it, take no other, but go
somewhere else. You will find all proeiessive
dealers have it. that is the class of dealers to pat
ronize always tor anything you want. . .
CHEW BORC'S CHOC-TO CUM,
' , ' . MANUFCTuniD T
69 It, 61 C CAIAL ST., CHICAGO, ILL
HARTZ & BAHNSEH, -
Wholal Agen'a for Bcek Island.
STATE OY ILLIVOIB, I
Kock Island Cocntt, f M-
I4hfarc?lt,Cut,0 ,he Jannary Term, A.
jure In Chancery.
In r . The petition of Zjnas P. Rnggl a for tb
appointment of a trnatee nDder the Ian will and
?mi'ntPf 8ar,h B- ,,obh. deceased,
.if. L1.?,- no-residence of Wlllian P. Rne
gles, William Q. Rntrirlca, Bariin f,
KusKlea, Lucy 8. Rumrlee. Dariel Buggies,
T, T Rupgles, Mortimer R. Kuctrles, Gar-
,v " i , ' c "nu r leaencK Allen, ana
the unknown heiig at law of Sarah B Cobb de
ceased, having been Hied in the clerk's office of
r2lCOnrtrJ county, notice is thererore
fb? Riven to the said non-resident defendants
rlf Ji.i Pa-1Dnt 'd hie petition or bill of
complaint m tald court, on th chtneery side
a n ,Ba')n thS .,.wenty ,oonn ot November,
fn'. fi"'1 th8t tbereupon a summons issued
ont of said coort, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, i.-turnahle on tha first Monday In the month
of January net, as is .,y law required.
.V.OWi.Qnle" y,a.J;he ald on-resl.lent defend
ants above named William P. Rugples, Willi m
Tini i M- , K"S8'C?. Lucy S. Stiggl.-s,
Danitl Rugeles, Rusele- ior.
timer R. K.. les. Gardiner88 RagrJ
i3oi,le,?,,Plge' dLa Pa', Cordel. PalgV,Vred:
S,.h i' W ,he """"O"" hirs law of
Sarah B. Cobb, deceased, shall personally ba and
ap ear before said u.cuit court, cn the first day
?Ii.nHBf Xt "i. the."of. to be hoM.n at Fock
island In ai,d for ihe said conn y, on the first
demur to the sa'd complainanfs bill r f comrlslnt.
the anme and the matters and thing, therein
charged and sta c x will betnken as confes.ed.and
praaK. &SnSt yU 8CC0rdilll t0 ,ht!
Rock Island 111 , Kovember 5, 1P91.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
T . Clerk of sa'.d Court.
LrcuNA nM', Coitpt a Scl.
STATE OP IIAINOIS, I
Rock Ihlano County. fss
In the Circuit Court January Term. 189J .
cot" Ds:a va Andrca Janseu. In Chan
Affidavit tf Ihe non-resirtencc of Andreas Jan
sen the above defendant, having been
. cierK s office of the c rcuit
j io county, notice is there
fore hereby giveutothe said non-resident defen
dant that ii.e complainant filed hr bill of complaint
In raid court on the chancery side thereof on Ihe
Iwentieth i!av of No ember, 18U1. and that there
upon a summons iss xd out or said court, wherein
said suit Is now peodicg. returnable on the first
Monday in the month of January next, as Is by
law required. " '
Now. unless you the said non-resident defend
ant above named, shall personally be and ai.iiear
before sam circuit court, on the first
day i.f the next term thereof, to be hidden
at the city of Hock island, m and for the said
county, on the first Mbnday in January next
and plead, answer or demur to the said coin
plamant a hill of complaint, the same, and the
mi'.,I!r" "ml ,n'n8 therein charxed and staled
will betaken as confessed, and a decree entered
a. alnst you. acco ding to t e rayer of said bill.
Rock Island. 111.. November in, i8il
GEO. W. OAMBLE."
Clerk or said Court.
Jackson 4 Hoist, Compt's Sol'in.
WXKCUrOR'S SALE OF ERAL ES
Public notice is herebv given that on Mondav,
l ecember 14th next, at the hour or a o'clock p ni
at the north door of the comt bonse in the city of
Rock Island, county of Rock Island, and state cf
Illinois, by Mrtne of a decree of the circuit
court or sa 4 county, entered on the Kith day or
October, 184M, in arcrtaln cause pending therein
wherein the Hoard of Foreign Missions ol the Pres
byterian church in the U. S A. and others are
complainants and William McConn 11 and others
are defendants, the un tersigned. as executor of the
last will and testament of John McConnell, late of
said county deceased, will sell at public sale to the
highest bidder, the real estate, situated in said
R.H'k Island county, described as follows, to-w'f
Tbe southeast qnart.-ror section thirty-six (3B),
township seven'een (IT), north range two (Si.west
ortbe fourth p. m , or so much thereof as may be
necessary to sa i -f y said decree. Terms, cast.
Rack Islano. Ill . Nor. St. lftil.
SAMUEL MVONNKLl, Execntor.
Estate of Amanda Bnbcx-k, deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed execn.
tor of the last will at.d tesMment of Amanda
Babcrck. late of the county of Rock Island
state ol Illinois, deceased, hereby givea notice
that he will appear berore the conntv conrt of
Rock Island county, at the office or the clerk or
said court,intbe city or Rock Island, at the Feb
ruary tonn, on the first Monday In February next,
at which time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to attend
for the purpose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are reqnested to
make immediate payment to the undersigned. .
Dated this 2 th day cf November. A. D. IH1.
HiNKY C. CuNNEt-LY, Executor.
Estate of John Heittman, Deceased.
Tl c undersigned bavins been appointed exec
ntrix of the last will and testament or John
Heittman. late of the coiiotv of Rock I-Und. atsto
of Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice tha: she
win appear neio'e tne county conrt or Kock Island
county, at the oftVc of the clerk of said court, in
the city of Rock island, at the January term, on
the first Monday in January next, al which time
all persons having claims aa-nst said estate are
notified and requested to attend, for tha nurnose
of having the same adjnstcd. All persons in
debted to said est ite are requested to make im
mediate payment to the undersicned.
Dated tnis 13th day or November, A. Ti 1891.
CHARLOTTE HEITTMAN. Executrix.
Estate of Dariel O'Brien, Deceased.
The undersigned, having been annomted ex.
editor of the last will and testament of Daniel
O Brien,latc or the county or Rock Island, state of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice that he will
appear before the county court of Rock Island
county, at the office of the clerk of said conrt, in
the city cf Rock Island, at the January term, on
the First Monday in Jannary next, at which time
all persons having elatms against said estate are
notified and requested to attend for the purpose of
having the same adjusted. All persons Indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment to tne undereiraed.
uumu mis iud uay or movemncr. A. H., 18V1.
DAVID BKOWK, Executor.
Have just returned from the eest
where, they have purchased a iine of
of ail the latest styles, and inyite
the public to call and examine
We hive a full line or Boston Rubbers.
307 TWENTIETH ST.
John Volk & Co.,
Sash Doors Blinds, Biding. Flooring.
and all kinds of wood work for builders.
Ilxbteenth 8tM bet. Third and Poartfc aval.
That Looks Impossible !
But it is the Truth !
Our entire stock of Clothing and Gent's Furnish
ing Goods has to be sacrificed regardless
of cost, as we will positively
QUIT THE CLOTHING BUSINESS.
115 and 117 West Second Street. DAVENPORT, IA.
Will give away a NEAT PENCIL CASE
with every pair of School Shoes this com
ing week, at the old reliable shoe house,
CARSE & CO.
1622 Second Avenue
Imnarts lriliiiant traiMinrniv t. th. b o.
iiiutct in pimpies, irvrBitii ana ui?oio rations, for
I sale by ail lirnl-clasa dmpv.-u. or Huuled f or M cU.
!mav j PHiiirtiiBuiUKKi US, 1 lUeUITO I
I treat), wban advso
rmat eoouaeu i
t BaAa fee it
m 3 fotma
die t GEO. P.
ROWELL A COH
BtnuAV (10 epraoa
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue
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