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The oak Cms ahlne In gold and, rod.
And gmj the royal carpet spread
An autumn winda blow chill at eight;
But elcee bntide the garden walka,
'Mill drooping seeds and withered stalks.
There bloom In braves (ford and white
My lady (roeth down the street,
Mr ladjrn cheeks are fair and sweet.
My lady's eyes are clear and tree;
And on the girlish bosom pressed.
Fair blossoms, white and golden, rest;
Abl happy flowers, I envy you.
My lady eometh up the street.
With tender fare and lingering feet.
With sunbeams In her clustering hair;
And all the tend is full of light.
And on my breast, in gold and white.
There tenths a gay boutooniere.
Mary Riddrtl Cor ley In Ilomemaker.
ANSWERS FOR ASKERS.
BILL NYE FURNISHES
ANXIOUS MINDS TO
Be Gently Criticises the Work or a West
era Poet, Takes a Fall Out of a West
era Man, and Itlsrnssea Etiquette and
(Copyrlcht by Edgar W. Nye.1
The pant thirty days have been very
protlnrtive of iiiterrof-ntorics Viy mail for
this (lepurtim-nt, nnd I desire at thin time
to express tlmnks for the interest shown
nd tho appetite for knowledi; manifest
eil by threw fmpient calls for informa
tion upon subjects so widely nnd so dia
metrically dilTerinij in charaeterrphe
knowledKe of which is yet so important
to each writer in llttiritr himself or her
self for t!io reiit battle of life. I trnst
that the soinewiuit imiitinring tone em
ployed at times in the treatment of these
ubjects will not deter future corre
spondents from ever and npiiii tapping
this perennial font of varied, though
sometimes fly blown, information.
Pimply Harris assumed name, I judge
writes from Aspen, Colo.:
"Sir I am the author of a number 01
little poetic bits, some of whom have been
printed, and lately I have thought that
although there was very little money
into it I would do well, as a matter of
prestige and in order to catch on to the
drawing room element, if I would write
some more ambitions pieces for the mag
azines. So 1 done so, and done it to as
hot to offend either publication, sending
a poem to each. The Ontnry, Koribner's
and Harpers, also a little oriental pean
to The Atlantic Monthly.
".Some of these magazines wrote to
me by means of a job press that they
liked my ver--e. but that it was not fitted
to their columns. I wrote back for them
to tell me how much the thing run over
or how short it was of a page, and 1
would trim her tip so it would lit, but to
this 1 pot no reply. I have decided from
having gotten brief nnd rather con
ventional replies nil around, together
with the manii'rit which I sent, that
nnless you have a pull as a poet on these
magazines yon might as well go to solic
iting orders for fruit trees iu perdition
as to e.tixrt you can suit the morbid
taste of these people.
"I write a great deal of verse, Iwcause
1 have considerable leisure whilst herd
ing sheep hen; for a man who pays me a
mere pittance. It is an uneventful job,
but I try to do it in such a way as to
make myself necessary to tho owner.
Some of my verso is light nnd efferves
cent, like Charlotte Rouge, whilst other
is more filling and heavier, like what
you might call tho rump steak of
"1 wish you would tell me. as between
old frontiersmen and co-workers in the
literary vii leyard, what in your opinion
is eating tile editors of the magazines.
"1 give ron ono stanza of a little epic
which I drew off and sent to The Atlan
tic Monthly, to how you that Ikviiiisc 1
don't live in Milk street or belong to tho
Papyrus club of Boston the romping
children of my unshackled brain it seems
has got to cut their front teeth on the
cactus of Colorado, whilst the madden
ing aroma of hot beans comes dimly
across the nmiuenrhable distance:
And in ti)iM-h li-lit-itliile
I.ii-h Hhiiiixi in the vast Pacific,
Ami hrrsotH they are t'rriil.-,
Alllenjti they are mostly 'nude.
lour attitude, Mr. Harris, toward tho
magazines is entirely unwarranted and
cannot tie supported at all. While vour
Idea of obtaining a livelihood by herd
ing sheep and writing pieces for the
magazines in order to obtain social recog
nition snows great business foresight,
yon mnst aumit that some of your verse
lacks merit, and your clubfooted meas
ures cannot possibly get there. You
will exense slang when I say that the
verse you send mo can hardly hopo to
jret mere, at least witli both feet.
Magazine editors are en
raged in edit
ing their publications, Mr. Harris, for
mo useoi mag,..ino readers. I do not
mean that the magazino reader is en
ureiy oillerent :is to his anatomy or diet
from the re.nl, r of the morning paper.
Tin: jian about town.
In fiu:t it is generally the same person,
only in different moods ami with dif
ferent environments. When he is going
to his work in the street car or ferry all
ttaewM, h ,,.,, tlie !aper, so that he
meet with and com
.WaoreaiL On Snndar
where his friends
1 w't7 nT nnvwhere
a Kind of general .;.... i..
on Sunday morning through the papers
tendered by tho re:,l,-rs to every man
r woman of distinction i
wlthCth?,?f","r,1"r" U"a '
with them f,,r five cents.
The magazine curies In at eventi.lo
aeh thirty days with an air of . . . !
dailv i. .. . "' 'M-so. UK
must write Mtin,lv
artlstie descrildi.., u.. ''"y
Vli.it. i . . .
f the iJ,X COS"
erv i - 11 t'",r'1 '"" "hock
MexiC: Wnt - f-n. Maine to
i ne oiiiv real r,H
wnt me. Mr. n ,
rigiiu! thinst von
was written by
II here. Imt .....
:c hy a fri,
ll4'e.t in V
l" in ,
"1. tiK), would lil- . V V , w"t:
New York V I' a" ln,sin,,,
much calarv . ... . !' can iei, bwice as
lid Wij.. hii.
.'-ars tint ,
e mi tin. ,i,,r n ,..: . - L""i i " Wolf
I W .1 lii
"use,,,,. T :. ;;"' 'lo-rs as
" "ris, I am told. u'W
the case, Mr. Dowd, that a prosperous
man gets into tho toils of pleasing peo
ple who interest him and obtain control
of him, and some day when he has eaten
a hearty meal of victuals and dropped
dead on receipt of the bill his neigh
bors are surprised .to see two sets of
tombstones erected by his two seta of
Yon will find, no donbt, that too often
while a man in a large town is salivating
SITTIN BITXS StOSATCRIt.
the wolf at one dxr, nuother animal of
the same kind is scratching the paint off
his other residence. I am sorry to know
thfft these things exist, and no one can
be more pained than I am to see two
sets of willows tearing up the green
sward and pelting each other with im
mortelles at the grave of one they have
loved as one man: but it sometimes oc
curs, and if you contemplate removing
to Xew York, and your wife favors it
rather more than you do on account, of
the great shopping f:icilities thus afford
ed, 1 advise you to show her this piece.
Coming as it does from a litterateur and
man about town it is of great value.
C. M., Springfield. .Mass.. writes:
"Dk.me Sm Praying that you will not
throw this letter into the waste basket
before reading it, 1 wiT endeavor to give
you the reason for it. being written. 1
am a man of -10 y -ars. married, and a
constant reader r your work, and can
assure you a warm admirer of the same.
"But, Mr. Nye. I have a brother who
is no less so. Well, he is married for
the past si x months and is a very straight
forward business man. but last Sunday
while at church, seated in tho same pew,
I felt shocked to have him commence
playing with his wife taking her Bible
from her. changing riugs and fooling
around generally to the constant annoy
ance of others and the thought at once
suggested to me to write you, knowing
your remarkably peculiar way of writ
ing on such topics, and suggest that
if, when thinking of a subject to write
upon, yon should adopt this, it would be
read with great interest by a great many,
and yon would confer a great favor upon
me, nnd hundreds of mankind will call
There can lie nothing more reprehen
sible than tho enstom among frivolous
people of carrying the customs and eti
qnetto of the skating rink into the
sanctuary. It is far more consistent to
stay away from church, entirelv and
read the Sunday paper on some pretext
or other than to whisper and play tag
through the litany. Of course voung
people are more difficult to manage in
church, and their spirits are more buoy
ant than those of more elderly people,
so they should not bo so harshly dealt
with; but a grown man with a full head
of whiskers who will go to church and
whisper ami frolic through the service
or the sermon may one day, when it is
too late, turn on the fire alarm and get
People who have not respect enough
ioi wuuiever tney are attending to keep
quiet and listen, or let others at least,
do more to make tne doubt and distrust
the wide open policy of Col. Ingersoll
than most anybody else.
Then; are only two kinds of moro con
temptible jH-ople. One is the man who
baits his lolister traps with his grand
parents, and tho other is the microbe
who writes you anonymously on a postal
Commie 111 Paw, One Hundred and
Twenty-ninth street, writes: "What
should l do with callers who corao just
as I nin about to go calling myself (2.)
What sort of man was Sitting" Bull, per
sonally? Did you meet him while on the
A good way to cut short a disagreeable
call is to come down stairs with your
sealskin sacipie on. Some keep a wiuter
cloak or Unmet handy for such emer
gencies, and do first rate without getting
a reputation for rudeness. It is very
painful, indeed, to have a string of callers
catch and hold you all through a pleas
ant afternoon, when you had made calcu
lations on going out and making forty
or fifty calls, and feeling sure that with
tho bright weather you would rind no
one at home. Sometimes it takes a
week in uncertain weather, with more or
less people at home, to cover the ground
you might on a pleasant afternoon go
over iu two hours.
2. Yes. I knew Sitting Bull, and got
him to write in my album iu tho sum
mer of 1ST;. I had a letter to him from
the Prince of W;des. Sitting Bull was
Jiersonally very gentle and courteons tn
his frieiMls, but it most disagreeable ner-
son to invite to your house to numt a
A fnend of mine asked Mr. Bull to
codv; to dinner and meet the pastor at
hi honso at ono time, and he said h
wtrtdil never do so nirain. The mt
ohirf was not iu good form. He was ill
natnred, and swore at table because his
luxuriant hair got in the imoiinnii.
Sitting Bull was married three time
io ii nis wives surviving him. He
was iitieral in his reliinoiw vb.u-a
umeriy opposed to silk underwear
among lus tn-onle. He scoffed .it t)M
teachings of Dulaarte, and did not go to
uejr mo uev. Josenu Cook leeti
thongh at one time he conld hav Hono
so ny wanting less than nine miles.
anting JJull, Wuh better supplies and
more encouragement from the war de
partment, would bavo made a very suc
cessful commander, but sociallv he had
no standing at Washington, an.l so mili
tary leaders with less abilifv
POO . . . J h, UWIV
in the ba..kgro m HtKe I kept
frolic. " W.ata
fs- Tile Sf-iw.,V...l '
Sit was the ill report that old
I JY .wuhont 'oundaUon. Ole
1,118 sixteen years."
I'aul Globe. n"n ,ce lJuce.-
Ollt Of H,r M
"lth of lajM
1 I oineheiY. T...1.11 i .'
0. t).-.l,.-i . . ' - """eitms. Who
out f .- .e eans, in nine ......
- . ,L.u'lu" "ler thinking ih, "H"
r.V.r. ee hiw
j "iu(j more.
: . Unsatisfied.
A certain young lady of Pittsburg,
nnlin ns nnt vpt renelied her third tilth-
day, makes her papa's life a hurden by
her persistent demand for " 'tories.'
"Tell me a 'tory. papa.' she will say,
and papa has to submit. j .
Under the encouragement of his little
daughter "papa" is developing into a
Baron Munchausen of no mean caliber.
One day not long ago, in response to
an nrgent invitation, the following
" 'tory" was told: 1 m
"Once there was a mosquito. This
mosqnito had a family of three young
mosquitoes in a nest up a big tree. The
little mosquitoes said to their mamma,
'We' very hungry.' Then the lnimma
mosquito went to a honse where, there
was a nice fat baby asleep in a crih The
mamma mosquito carried the baby off
to her nest, and tlivided it npamodg her
"Two of the little mosquitoes 'had a
leg apiece, and the mamma mcAquito
and the other baby mosquito each ttean
arm. After these were eaten the rest of
the fat baby was put away for sapper.
Tlcii'u nil of tlmt storv.' "
When the narration was condlndeJ
infant remarked, T'Tell
ne- a bigger 'torv than that, pa
Harper': Young People.
"THE LATEST WRINKLE.
This Ktapld Ae.
"Poes oo love oo mamma?" murmured
the fond mother to her flaxen haired
The babv squirmed
"Oo's mammy's itsey bitsy (tootsy
coofsy, isn't oor" 4 -
The baby squirmed again.
"And oo loves oo mammy juser lot.
tnammv's ittle babv?" I
Tiie babv threw up its hands. ; "Oh,
come off:" it yelled. "Don't you eee I'm
right in the midst of the 'KrentWJr So
nata?" Now don't disturb me agjdn."
Black and White. ' "
I've been suffering for the pst three
weeks witn a strained wrist I was un
able to eet relief. I tried Salvation Oil,
and find myslf, after having usM one
bottle, entirely cured. Chss. Keyser,
199 Mulberry street, near Pine, Bul' imore,
Pie doeen t produce the best tvP
men, but in a printing office the et
men often produce pi.
Macbeth's " pearl top " and
" pearl glass " lamp-chimneys
arc made of tough glass' that
costs four times as mutjh as
common glass; and the Work
on them costs a good deal
more than the work on com
mon chimneys, just as the
work on a dress is propor
tioned to cost of stuff. I
The dealer is right in spying
ne can i anoru to sell them at
the prices of
And what will beconie of
his chimney trade if his tfhim
neys never break ? He
to be wrong there. HeJ
atlord to charge a fair
and give new chimneys fr all
mat DreaK in use.
Have a talk with him
nuibuw. ono. A. Maciikts ACo.
"Have you anvthins to av. nritnnerT"
asked the judge. "No, your honttr. ex-
cepf that it takes but very little toft
Osafnsss Canaot b Carei
oy local applications, as they cann it reach
the diseased portion of the year. I There
is onlyone way to cure deafness, akd that
is by constitutional remedies. Deafness
is caused by an inflamed condition
mucous linioe of the Eiistseht.J
W hen this tube gets inflamed you ItaTe a
rumbling sound or imperfect bearil. and
when it is entirely closed. deafnasXia the
result, and unless the lnflamm.,1 Lin
be taken out and this tube remorJl m Ita
normal condition, hearing will 1e de
stroyed forever; nine ctses nut nf kun are.
caused by catarrh, which is nothiW hut
an inflamed condition of the anurous
8 u races. 1
We will give one hundred dollar for
any case of deafness iranawt h .i.erh-v
that we cannot cure by taking IIa.nl' Ca
tarrh Cure. Send for circular free.
ooiu oy OTtipgisU. 75c.
r . J. Uukney & Co.. Toled
u a UIITtllllttrT lOr RH arrw
iimiioier m wniru to go to thp
l ear's hull.'
"You mifctit go as i good
In the pursuit of the gooa thihgs of
lll BFO.ia .!.!
m "c anucipate too mud'
oai out me neart and sweetness of
ly pleasures by delightful forethot
them. The results ohtained fm
3f Dr. Jones' Ited Clover Tonic f a
wi claims, it cure dvsnensi-
uomacn, liver, .kidney and bladder
troubles. It is a perfect tonic, adpeUzer,
-j i t - .
uiuuii ptuiuer, a sure euro for agl'ie and
maiariai aiseaset Price. 60 ri nta, of
Do"'' put to much tn in proJ
""lueuce oaj ner arms full of ff
The question hat been asked.
respect are St. Patrick's nil Is be I
-ny otnerT" Try them. You
that they produce a nlesunt., i
cucut.sis more certs in in ,y
ana mat IbeTn"! nhysic I
the -whole nsai le. ""id
nd bowels. r22!"en.
box by Hartz &
-t.at.uor: What ,u 1
i.i-u . ummy
The ehil.l . . . .
lecu-rt rVr... T uea"n nuat 1
x-ijii i a in t. a
. . cures at I
aes yielding to U; r"V 1
' to speac
' ' his slocking
Ahoot to t", 31 ?? Utlfi
"rtal diaaas, .i,kL7 QUO, coaati
a and fever
""Id be .boat th. , " p,niM
him nr. " ,lw t adTie.
(' could give
".hSi.?, ""'"J " "y
Joss of ap-
and sleep have
fTHE JtOCK ISLAND
w MtHH Wfippfffipp
KING OF COCOAS-" ROYAL COCOA FACTORY."
Kings are but men, but all men are not kings. Therefore,
when the King of Holland says, as he did by deed of August
12, 1889, that he is greatly pleased with
". BEST & GOES
and entirely unsolicited, grants the manufacturers the sole
nght of styling their works the Royal Cocoa Factory, a siC
mficance attaches to the act which would not aPr, t
not "every inch a king."
I If" I
THE POSITIVE CURE.
I ZLT BB0THKR8. M Wtnea
1 1 aarroma Dbiliuti Msa.
If yon will tend me yonr address we
will ma I yoa our illustrated pamphlet
explaining all about Dr. Dye's celebrated
electro voltaic belt and appliances, and
their chsrminR effects tipon the nervous
debilitatod system, and how they will
quickly restore you to TiRor, manhood
and heal Lh. Pamphlet free. If yoa are
thus afflnoed. we will tend you a belt and
applianoi on a trial .
VoLTJO Bbw Co.. Marshall. Mich.
It is dt ngerous to tamper with irritit
it)g liquii g and exciting stuffs. Use Ely's
Cream Bulm, which is safe and pleasant,
and is eauily supplied. It cares the worst
cases of catarrh, cold to the head, and
hay fever, giving relief from the first ap
plication. Price 60 cts.
STaTB t F ILUS0IB.
Hoca Isi sd Coi'urr. . (
I" ths County Couit In Prohste
John PeeU. administrator cam tesismento snnexn
of ths es ste ef Bailey Dairenpoit, denesiwd.
complaina nt. vs. Naomi L. DsTen ort, fstherine
naveppor, Kbenezor c. Parenpnrt. Henrr o.
Davenpor .Joseph L. Davanpon. William C 'Put
nsm, Abmhsm Merchant, adminietrator or the
estate of Mairarst J. sears, deceased, Krwierlck
w eyerhse user. Frederic C A. Oenkmsnn
Louis J. D ivenp-irt, Mary K. Davenport, liooiee
L Osborn trustee. Wallare. J. Bnice James K.
Braeeand 8 P. s-nilh. defendants Petition to
sell real e 'tats to par debts.
Tnssid def. ndan's Naomi h. PsTenport, Csihe
rine Daw iport, Ebeoezer C. Dssenport Henry
C. Davenport, Joseph L. Davenport. Willi. m 0.
1 utnsm, .Abraham Merchsnt, administrator of
the estate of Maicsret J Sesrs. deceasetl. lui
J. DsTenp. n, Hain K. Darenport, Oeoree L. Os
born 1 1 a. tee. Wallare J. iiruee, James K.
Bruce sna S. P. Smith.
Affi lavitofyonr non residence bavins been Hied
in said eanei.,take notice that ibe t ctition in the
aboTe emit! d ranee has been Bled and is now
pending In I'm County Conn of ssid Rora Island
County in the State of Illinois, in probate, for the
sale to py t le debts of ths estate of said Bailey
Daremwt. c ereased, of the following described
lands and pr-mle- mated in the county of Hock
Islai d and Si ste of Illinois, lo-wit:
All that prt of the southwest and sonthesst
qusneisor section thirty-nee t In township dHi
north of rani e two (.') west of the fourth prlucioal
meridan, ku-wn as out lot lirty-thrce V1. sad
being the ratie premise oecnpird by ssid Bailey
.dpiiv w me time 01 nis aeatn lor hts home
piaee. and rc atalnliif about fourteen nn
and being thsi same described in (wo certain deeds
oi cnnTeyanr-i, one msxle kyj.wepb Knox and 8u
snn Knoi hit w'fe to Bailey Davenport and Susan
M. Ooldsmit i, being dated Apil ?trd 1, and
recorded in I le offlje of the reorder of deeila In
and fcr said itock 1-lami rouuiy In tolumo thirtv
twoiSi)of re nrdsof ileeda at tiaee two hundred
and nine thereof, and the other mide by
J. Julius Mr.al.-T ami Jane his wife to said Bailey
Ilsvenport sml recorded in said Kecorder's ofUce
lu volume thirty-four (34) of records of deeds at
p-ee one hue ired ami uinely-foar (I'm thereof
The sonlhe let fractional quarter, south of the
Indian Boaec arr line, o( said section tliirtv-ove
tUSl except ttosecertsin rarts thereof rourereil
b said lisile - Davenport in bis lifetime to W. T
rorrl!,, L. M . Webber. Jacob Kiercb, Jacob Paes
nacbt, William B. Woodward and Jac h Blener,
Oy deads now of record in the office of the Record
er of deeds la and for said Rock Island County
and also exce .1 all that part thereof described In
twoeeiUiud e.l mails by saidllallev Dsvenonrt
toA.O Root tone of which bears date tne rtfth
(Stbi dayof piembcr A D. IS.'tand l recoriied
In the offlce oi the Keecrder of deeds in and f.ir
said Rock isb nd Oninty in volnme K of record
of deeds at pa eisrhty three SJ thereof, and the
other of whirl . Dears date the fourteenth ilihi
day nfriepteil ber A. I. 1(00, and la recorded iu
said Recorder s office in ssid volume K at pae
ninety-six ilM thereof,)- and which is not des
cribed m thost two otbr crruln ueeils made unto
said Bailey Da reaport by 8. M l aylor.and husband
both bearing date the twenty-second (ilixl) day
of January A. 0. 1WW. one of which is recorded In
said Recorder' office Iu volnme forty-live w,) of
records of deec at pace four hundred and thirteen
(413i thereof, i nd the other in said volume 45 at
page four hum red and fourteen (4Ui thereof;
l'he sooihw t fractional quarter, south of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty Ovc(:e,
except that pa -t thereof conveyed by said Bal.ey
Davenport Id tits life time to the board of education
of the city of Rick Island, by deed nw of record
In said eeord trs office, and also exrept such
other parts thereof as are sltnate in blocks one (1 1
two (Si and thiee (8) In Bailey Davenport's first
(1st) KldlUon t) the city or Hock Island, and tn
blocks one (1), two fS). three Ui four 4 Bee (6)
and six (Si, In tailey Davenport's fourth (4th an
ditfon to the ct y of Hock l.iaad; and snbject to
the estate and tight of the Kock Island and Milan
Street Railway Company in certain portions of
nald last naml quarter section described in a
eenalndeeil made unto it bysaid RallevDavenport.
beanni: dale At enst nineteenth (1WU) A D. IHHi
and recorded In said recorder's oulce In volume
seventy-two (Ti of records of deeds at page four
hundred and for ty-sevea (447) thereof.
The south fra. tional half, south of the Indian
Boundary line, of section thirty-fonr (Mi In said
township and r Inge except those certain part
thereof conveye Lby said Bailey Osvenport in his
lifetime to Lowi U Buttrlck and the Mock Island
and I'eoria Kail oad Company, by deeds now of
record In said R"orderTs ofllce, and also except
such other parts thereof as are situate In block two
( and three (3) in Bailes Davenport's llrsi (1st)
addition to said :ity of Rock Island, and in blacks
one(l). two(-.'i, ihree (HI. lour (4), live (4) and six
181 In Bailey Da enport's second (aad)addition to
said city of Rock Island, and In blocks one ( 1 . two
(II. three Cli, four (4i,tlve(r,)and six ( and seven
(7ln Bailey Davenport's third (3rd) addition to
said city of Kock l-land.
The sooth ball of the northwest quarter of sec
tion one 1 in township seventeen (17) north of
ranire two (9) wnt of the fourth principal meridan.
Tne northeast inarter of section two (-J) in said
last above named township and range.
The northwest quarter of section two (?) 4n said
last above namat townahioand ranee, except thtt
part thereof coot eyed to the Rock Island and at ilan
fctreet Railway ijumpany by said Bailey Daven
port In his lifetia e, by deed bearing date Jnlv 31t
A D. 18Si and no i of record ic said recorder's of
fice In volume sev enty four (74) of records of deeds,
at page one hundred and fifty-eight (lftrt) thereof,
and also etcept s ich other parta tnereor as sre sit
uate in block tbn e (31 In Bailey Davenport's first
addition to said city of Kock Island, and iu blocks
four (4i, Are (S , six (). sovon (7), eight (
ami nine ( and ten (III) in Bailey Dav
enport's fourth- addition to said city or Rock
island and subject to the estate and right of
aald the Kock island and Milan S reel Hail
way Company If. that certain part of said last
named quarter se Oion described in said deed made
to It by said Ba lev Davenport recorded in said
recorder's office i a volume seventy two (7J I of re
cordsof deeds at) age four hundred and forty-seven
The east oalf of the northeast quarter of section
three (3) in said last above named township and
range, except sm h parta thereof as are situate in
block three (3) in Bai.ey Davenport' first addi
tion to said ctly ot Rock Uland : and in blocks two
(), three (3) and four (4) in Bailey Davenport's
toird addition to i sul city of Kock Island; and In
blocks ten (10). el ivea (11) and twelve (1J in Bai
ley Davenport's fourth addition to said city of
Hock Island; and In bloek oae (II In P. L. Mitch
ell s addition to i aid etty of Kock Island. The
southwest quartet of the northeast qnarter of sec
lion three. (3) In said last nsmed township and
ranee. Tfhe tract onal northwest quarter of sec
tion threoiiU) In add last above named township
and rang except l hose certain parts thereof con
veyed bv I.id Bal ey Davenport In his lire Una lo
the Rock vhuid A Peoria railroad company. A. H
bktnmivAirnee Krlly, James Copp, U Battrlck
and V jpt. Srnliu by deeds now of record tn said
recordr office, a i also except that certain part
thereo aaveyed i iy Boaan M. Uoldsmitb to said
mat aj naaieo r tiiroaa company by Her certain
n ' i " HisHiivtr or yanuary A
roraea in am racoraent ,T
Mei necorcofaerfeai,. yol.
ir-S I f I i 1 1 I ' """"i1 ". tne north
' , in. TnriW.. ....
aW.i!s?ErS ther.n'c'hurch. and To
corder aVfacTiri T. .i. V rcord ,n mUl Rv
Plln blkl ,JJ" TL'J t -even .nd aight
In b'ocafouu1,' I?,', ,H- f W.
(1 flVi Tir?i . "TM '-lock ave I SI. low two
"av.nt. "...' ). I" block al (i la Bailey
RoklS."d;U'ira he city of
Mn'mTjwlS? fonr I)' ' bl-ck - t. t
Kl.iT.rf? " "Itnt 81. In bloek ibrea
convtved 1 K."f 1 mlmn aesi-rlbed tract
tfun bytre "ii 'Pott.tn id Hock Island
corded in voool ? " ""ipany by deed re-
thereof i. I,".1" ?dr? 'ty eight lBrtl
(01 blck Seven C71 i5Ud l'l. hlock six
fu! . Tlock seven m. kMaesn 111. two 11 ihaa
ai, foar Ml, flve IV six mi .! V 1 J,.In .
hlock nlM K lou d, f n two I if V ..V" IS
lour 141 i. block i Sil,.iJw.1?,l.th' 1 and
Island. ' ' io us City
Lot Jt of the subdt, siou cf the non k.t r.
iourta principal men lian, ercept tiV:
I si ,
nporr. rUt hj addiUonW.
Bt, Vew Tork. Prk60eta.
to whatever estate or right (he city of Rock Is
land may have to certain parta thereof under that
certa'n deed made lo it by said Bailey Davenuort
bearing date December 4. A. D. 186ft, and
recorded in said Kecorder's office In volume forty
two U-i of records of deeds at page, six hundred
and nine any j thereof:
Lot D oi said subdivision or said northwest frac
tions! quarter of said section thirtyatx ,i61 in the
township and ring last aforesaid, said last
nam cl two lots D and B being bounded on the
West by the weet line of said last named frac
tional quarter section, on the sjuth by the south
line of said last named fractional qnarter section
on tho east by lot ; f said subdivision of sold
last nam. 4 fractional quarter section, and on the
north by the Missisniupi river;
That part of said northwest fractional qnarter
section thtrtysix li in the lowm-hip and range
last aforesaid wmch Is boKnde.ri on Ibe west i.y
lot A of said snbtiiviflou or said last named frac
tional quarter section, on the south by the south
line of said last named fractional quartet section,
on the east by the land lately occupied by the
late UbtlaudtrL. Cable for bl homestead and be
fore aim ny temuel An.ln-w. for the same pur
pose, and on the north by too Missluippi river, a
portion of raid tract of land bring rometime
known as out lot four 4 in said last named frac
tional quarter section.
..Lo'"llr'.,''M:i,il m Weatherhcad's addition to
the CJty of Rock Island ;
Lot one 1, in block four 4). lot two J, In block
Hvetb, hit- three a d fonr 14). in block V.
lots three (3) and f.iur 1 1 in block o. aed block
S. In) 4eorve Davenport'a addltioa to the town
(now city) of Moline;
Lots two (4, five (.',), etiht (S), nine (9) and tea
dm. In lil. s a one l)in B.ilev D.venuort's second
(id) additio-i to the city or Moline:
loin one It. two 3) and thr e (8 In LaClslre's
re-eivein to.n.liiewh ecnflsj north of range
(I) west of the fourth priuel. al meridian, eicei t
lhoe Certain parts thereof eonveved bv said
Bailey Davenport In his lifetime to Dimot k and
tioolu by two cenain dweOe sec inled IB ssd Re
corder's ollicc. one lu volume fori) two (4x) of
deeds, at piie two huu.lreil and tweni vtimr tM
threof. ani theoth r In Volume nttvflre S6)
deeds st pa six li mil red and fon'ysevea ftl7
thereof, suit alo exrept lh.e thereof hy
said Bailey laveniort cot.vcvrd lo Jidin P Joliii
soe. Carry J.'hn.oti and Uusiaf Ml'ler and the
i hicagosnd liock l-i.iul Railroad company iy
deeds now recorded in said Rec rder's oSlce, ami
alsoexcept those certain pall.of said lot one 111
in said reserve deseiili-.d in u. h eou.evance.
made by Mid B.lley Davenport and bv tieorge
Davenvn. as an- no te-orded In said Hno-
uersom:r: sa-d lot being nl.J.ci to whuever
rieni or ewait ine ci.lcaci.. Iturllngton ft uulney
Railroad company may have to certain p.rt
tbereor under a certain deed made to it bv taxi
Bailey Davenoort bearing dite Hn-rmher f! A
D. lS-il and recorded in aalil R.cotder's olllc- in
volume seventyfwo (7J) of ded. at pa;e ibree
hundred and Ulnt-tvsix itsJ thereof;
'I he west hs:f ai ibe roiimwest quarter Af sec
tion one m in townsnip iM-renleen ; 171 north
ranaetwol-'J nr. of the f-urth p l,.cipl men
dian ; 1
'Hit nor h twi Ih-nl. of th.no-lh w.-t qna ter
of the somheast quarter of section thre li. In
the towii.ln-, mil ran-e lal af.ire.ai.l. cirepl
that portion thereof eonveved unto the Rock I- -and
and I'eoria R-llmad rompanv by Balky Dv
enjiorl Slid Snaan M. Uolilsmillt by Ih.-ir certain
deed hearitt date January ."Si. A. D. 1-M-i ai . .
ronled In said Iteconle' sotlU e in volnme fort v- iv
(4.i Of recocl. of .Iced, at pate six hundred ami
nineteen t'iP.ii thereof.
The ensi lialfof ibe snntlirasl nurter of sec
turn eleven ll. the south half of the minliar.t
quarter of the xiuilieal nirtrr ofiH-rtioii eleven
lllj.thes.iuib thirty t:l --re. of Hie somhwrai
quarter of the southeast quarter of -cclion ele, n
(llj. aid the south li .If ol the north hair or I lie
qnaneroiiwtlon eleven illlall in the
uarinpaeiiranL-a ia-l aloresaiil. said lat men
tioned tract tieinc subject lo Ibe esate and r-vhl
or the Kin-It i-liii. Jt Milan Slreet Ra'lwav com
pany, in that certain part tliereot, de-cnn,-il n,
said de- d made lo it by said Bailey llsven on.
rerordeil in said lleronler's oftlee in volume
eventytwo 741 of nsconie i,t dei ds at psfe four
hundred and fort-seven ! 447.
All that part oi the north lialfof the northwest
quarteror the norlhwe-t qnarler of section '! hlr
IcenflH' which he. east ..f the county load run
niug rrom RiK-k river tti the cirv.f uir i .i..i
and all lhal tract of Ian.! in ami last named quar
ter sectio- dearribed iu a certain need ma le by l
Aixirews nnio sai.i tiailev llarentMirl .ml
c -rueii 111 said Keconler s olice in
three Ml of deed- at ie,ge fonr hnndi
Ijree 44.11 thereof ami c utainin; an.
o. And. both of said la-l tan tracts o
rueu in rata neroruer s oTice in volume I flv.
iiflredai d forty-
an.mt ten acres
ml i i.ne iai.iaiiirei.aia;
The norlhea-t qusrer if st-ction fonrteen T141
in the township and ranite lnt aforesaid, siibieet
i..th" "" l'ht of Hie K.H-k l.l.nd aiHl
Milan Street Railway coitipanv In thai certain iiart
tbereor descriiied iu said deed nude In said com
pany by a.ud Hailey DaveniHirt rvronled in said
Recorder's oltice in volume severly-two (7J1 of
records or deeds at pae four buud red and fortv
sev n (447J thereof: '
The eai half the southeast fractional quarter
north or RiH-k nver. of sect .on fourteen fl 11 iu the
Uiwnahip and ranae last aforesaid .
Thrra-tsix (iij acres of the west h.ilr of the
southeast rracltonal qnarler. nortb of Koek river
or section fourteen -4! n the township end range
last aforesaid, the same being all that part of aaid
Ist nsmed fractional ipi ,n.-r s-i-iioii which lis
east or the la-l now cr lately uwueu by liicharil
That certain ira-tof land, situate in .alii lat
nameil fractional qnnrter section, mentioned ami
d.-ai ribed in a certain deed, made bv Abraham Mer
chant, administrator of the estate "of Margaret J
Sears, deceased, unto said Bailey Oaveiiin, and
reeonled in said Kerorder'soilire in volume el- iy
two rWJ.if deeds at pa lliree hundre and lorty
six 4bl thereof, and cnLimn. .1-...1
Thalcertaintractof landln the northwest qnar
ter of section fourteen I4 In the township and
range last aforesaid, known upon the Assessor's
filatof said lat named qnarter section a lot tour
4, conuining alsiut rishi (HJ a.-res of land and
lying directly scmh of and ,mni.iiu ,,.n iMnI,
formerly owned and o 11 pied by John Caal, and
being the same which wa in the partition salt
about A. D. In64 set off and allotf-d by the com
misjio era Jo-eph Conway. T. H. I. or ton and A.
m. ruineo u saiu nuney liavenport and l.eorvr
L. Davenport: except that part thereof conveyed
byaaid Bailey Dvenpurt In his lifetime 10 the
hock Island and Peoria railroad company
That certain tract of bind iu the southwest frac
tional quarter nortb of Itock river, of section four
teien 1 14.lii the township ami range last aforr.ul
known on the assessor's plat or said lat oam-u
quarter section as lot one 11 and containing: aboni
twenty rive and a hair r-s 1 acres, and being all
mat part or said last named traci innal quarter sec
lion which lies west of a north and sop Hi I a
drawn tlieretnrouh, dt-dniit twenty-one Isii
chains and thirty-one fl links west al right an
gles trom the east line of said last named fraction
al quarter section, and being the same which was
in the partition suit about A. D.. ISM, setoff and
allotted by the eommimloners, Joseph Conwav
T. B. Oorion and A. K Flillleolo said Itallry DaV.
enport and t.erge L, Davenoort; subject to the
estate and riant of Hie Rock Island & M Can Street
Hallway company iu that certain part thereof de
srrlbad ill said deed made 10 it hy said Hailey
Davenport, recorded In aild recorder a ofllce In
volume seventy two 7'-' of records of deeds at
kfc fonr hundred and forty seven M7 thereof.
Tha undivided hair of t-,e soiithwest fractional
?uarleron Vandrnfl's Island, of section fourteen
14 In the township a' d range la-t aforesaid : the
south two hundred and twenty acres of lot
nine OJ in aaid LeClaire's Rem-r.a aforesaid, be
ing tne same tractor land mentioned in the last
will and testament of (ieorge avennort, late of
said Hock Island county, deceased, and. as there
by devised auto said Hailey Davensirt, and being
the land assigned lo said (teorge DavenHirt In the
division ami partition of lands in aald hock Island
county between him and Charles Farnam; except
that part thereof conveyed hy said Builey Davcoh
port in bis life time to J. . Darner by deed re-'
corded tn said recorder's ofllce in volume seventy
one 71 of deeds at page four hundred aud eight
4 H thereof.
Tnat certain tiact of' land mentioned and de
scribed in a certain deed uuuleliyj . llamernn
tossid Bailey Dave.np.rt, bearing dale neptamlier
17th, iwtl, aed reenrdea in said recorder's office
in volume seven tv-one 71 of deeds al page five
hundred and ten (rHl) tli.-rof. .aid tract contain
log four and sixty hundredths 4 u-iuil acres more
cipalmet!j n-f-MoepT liiat part thereof conveyer
by said ltAay IMvenport in his lifetime w J1H
neatlieny levd beannK data Marcb Hh IHbS. and
recorded in said Reconler's orttce in volnme finny
Ave (-tA.lof record- ot deeds St page four bunonrd
and eihKtyronr4M4. tbereor:
The east half of ihosonihweslqiiarter of section
twentyfonr .'4 J in the township and range last
aforesaid, except that part thereof copveyvd by
aaid Bailey avenporl in his lifetime lo Ibe Reck
Island at Peorts Railroad company, by deed bear
Inir dale April W, isw and ree tried In aald Recor
der'sofHce in volumeXof records or deeds at page
one hundred and forty three MJ thensnf:
Theeasthalfof thenorliiwestiiuarter uf section
tweDtySve.ixa. aud the northeast quarter of sec
tion twentyflve, (KM.hoth in the lowushipand range
laataforesaid.exceptthtt partof aald last named
tract conveyed by said Hailey Davenport ka bis lite
lime tor. K, Dickson by deed hearing dale June
xtt, IS'0, aed recorded in salt! Recorder olllce In
volume L of record, of deeds at page fortyaix, lie. 1
All aectlon five. p. In township sixteen, (IS.)
north of raruto fonr, M, west or the forrrlh princi
1 he torthwcstfrsc'i.Hial quarter of sectfrm thir
tytso.l.' in township seventeen. H7.1 n -rth of
range four, 14, west of tbe fourth principal mart
All block seventyflve, fTS, In the Chicago or
KiwersddiUonloibei liy of Itock Island, except
the east ninety two. fitj I (set thereof. And that
summons has been Issaed against you therein.
Now, nalraa you shall personally be and appear
he fore saidconr- on tbe Kirst dav of the next term
thereof, to be hotdnu at Ibe casart house
in tha city of Hock Mand. In the
county of Kock Island, aforesaid, on the
First Mood av of Januaevaext. as svbich lima and
place sahleummoHs is made remmahUi, and plead,
answerordemurtoUts petition in ssid suit tied,
that the same will be la en for confessed against
yon, and decree entered accordingly.
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rasssmret train imt; and depart fr-m I'stoa
Aocommodatloti train leave Bock Island S
P- m. arrives at Peoria A a. m Leaves fauna
7 :l p. m. arrives at K s-k l.land 1 ne a m.
Accom. IS ilAr 'Arms
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Ar. Reynold.. .......
7 41 am,n -.at am' & iff pm
a. 13 amiii hp ami a so pm
Ac-om. a'iSAr. Arena.
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Chair earn Fast K i pres. bet wrc Kock Island
and Peoria la both direct uiue
U. B. M'DLuw. at. DTnrKnorai.
tiuie-rtntrndent. Wea'l TkL AgrM.
"T HAIL TRAIN with Elect rtr l'rhti rnd
"team healed Vestiul.-d trains hetaea-a 4 b-ca-o,
Ullwaokea, so. Caulaad Mmur spoils.
TRANi)NTI5NTAL RoiT with Klre'rie
lllfhledand SU-am healed te-til.ol.d train, ur
twearn Chicago and (nancii IliaCs. 4Haaha ut
St. I'aul and tha t-ariac tkwL
OM-TKATIONAL Rtrt'TK batweea 0,v
a.ifcy aw du sosepa, ma.
u.isi siil.B op ROAD reuebtns aM priac'pai
- i,,nm wt i.i.j.ib. aaiufo .am. es
Issosrl, ttoutb Dakota and North Dakota.
Foraxapa. time la Mrs. rau- nt palace aad
rreigbl, etc., appr to the navel atauua aa-.M
of Urn Catracu. Mllwaakar A ou Paul kail tray, or
h uy railroad aavmt any a bet la the world
El WELL MILLER, A. V. II CARPENTER.
Uaacrml Maaagec. Uca l rasa. A 1 . An
tWVor tarnrxaatlosj In ref rry-nra ta Lands and
TOwa owned: ay by tha t k-sro. Milwsake
Bl- ' Hallway torn pan t write to U. M Hi
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CHAS. R. WTTKKT.AN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dumlck Block. No. Sua fmh Kt Hock Isuuei.
ft A f.
Bavtac naryhasid a eawnKsta lias of ri risk-
mg gowoa. with haarsa and ataman sancew. awd
saying secured me service of sr.iiis. a. H.a.
f tliicaro. ft axpeet faaeral eirsctor ae4 eav
balmer of if fc Jem ma. I asa rally srv
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Protect Your Eyes.
MARIOW OPTICAL to's
Spectacles and Eye. Glasses.
la M,a la If.ia.. Laae. St. T. Iraachrxf .Hm
IimI. ForsalahT At. Thoasaa, braortsl. KocA
CI! A?. W. TERBCRY. Maearer.
F. C. HOPPE.
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Agency for Excelsior Rcofing Corrpany
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Contractor Miici I'iuilcUjr
Shop Third aTe-nn, hctwr-ri loth ar.il 11 ".t -'r ..
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tMTil kio.1. of Crper.tT etork asd t4. ring J- t-c
or. w. oroisrES-
lrar la rm aad
Second Hand Goods
Voyii, 1r fs4 trmmWm tvtif mtxtflm.
in at as rp
taoO.(K) and Upward
Kar sale. aectirrJ on !aDl arortk fmta
Uinw tn five timce tbe amount
f tbe Laa.
Intcrrss tr r-t aeeal aaaaal'y. ealleeieal
rcsa.Urd frar ftf cfcarra
i W. HURST.
Attohkkt at Law
Bimsas I aad 4 tlasnalc Tcaita,
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Cast IronW oriv
aosfta. A sainshy mt raraiaataa- all a lax
aVtoaaa rU Casaxrsrs at S anrata .
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1 ra ST. Ami 7th AYR
DOWNING BROS., Pfopfe,
HORST VON KCECKRTT2.
Fourth Aa and Twsnfv.Tvi.j o.
- J. M. nAfiPitin
Uhrary aJMlar. Dasvaaart. tmmJ
tlatata east aae star a. sue g-'TTi.
DAVIS & CO,
. Steam Fitters.
t"S.'rSe S1rk of
Pip Bruss Gk.s, Paikin
Hose, Kir lri yAr
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DEAN STEAM PUVPS ard
SIGHT FEED LUBRICATORS
We f-sarsntee every n. ,.-f,, . .,
Tsnrany days ir-au va r. ... ' '
Safety Heatlnj RolVrt aed C,i ., ft
lomiaaituj and l.i irg Wats-r. .4
ITiS Fttt-v &
Ka K'an. 1
11SS. ties art re 1 r !
AND GAS FITTER.
ASD t'kst ft u
Wroagbt and Cast lu-n at ,1 U-a 1 li ,
Hoe, Parking. Swe-r an i lira.n Ti'
Steam and Ga Kiv.nt.-a.
waT" lleat work at fair princa. l;-i n,to f um .
Office aed shop t',9 lta H lu-;! t. ; j
Kock Ishm.l. 111.
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JohnVolk & Co
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