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RECIPROCITY WITH CUBA. '
pifflcnltlex Which Stand in the Way.
Treaties with Otber auona.
Oar reciprocity, with retaliation upon
our own peopie it we cannoi get other
nations to open their markets ti m,
jms likely to put us into a pretty mess
in regard to Cuba. Soon after the tariff
bill was passed Secretary Blaine made
overtures to the Spanish government for
s reciprocity arrangement between the
United States and Cuba. To these over
tnres the Spanish government replied
that Spain's existing treaties with other
nations could not be abrogated in less
than a year, and no intimation was
(nven that an effort would be m ule to
If those treaties hold it will be impos-siH-'
for Spain to open up the Cuban
market to the United States and main
tain a tariff against the treaty nations,
ir.-v is an article in the treatv Yvraar,
11 -J fc". V 1 1 V V 4.
Spain and England:
In the event of the commerce of the
Spanish- American possessions being open
,.,1 to foreign nations, his Cathol.c ma
j,sty promises that Great Eritaii shall
he admitted to trade with those posses-sk-ns
as the most favored nation."
A similar treaty exists between Spain
-I i . . , IT- Ji r- . ...
ami wi luiiu . jit-re is me nrsi article
"There shall be among all the states
of the two high contracting parties full
and entire freedom of commence and
navigation. The subjects of each of
them shall enjoy in the territory of the
other the same rights, privileges", favors,
immunities and exemptions that are now
i-njoyed. or may hereafter be enjoyed, in
the matter of commerco and navigation
by the subjects of the most favored na
tion." As long as these treaties last Spain
cannot give ns more favorable fasrms of
mule in Cuba than she gives to E ngland
and Germany. While the Cubans are
anxious for complete freedom of trade
with us it is highly probable that Ger
many will insist upon the same terms
of trade as those which may be grant
ed to ns. It would be decided
ly to Germany's interest to inter
pose an objection to an arrangement
for admitting Cuban sugar free into
the United States as it has begun
itself to sell us large quantities of sugar.
The value of German sugar imported
into the United States rose from $5,814,
407 in the fiscal year 1889 to $16,098,224
in 1890. German sugar constituted 15.90
Ier cent, of the total imports of sugar in
190 and Cuban sugar 38.61 per cent.,
having a value of $39,099,670.
What, then, will be the Tesult if Cuba
cannot give us reciprocity? Our curious
tariff law directs what. tl. rnxrirlmit
tball UO. "He Shall have the nn pr. n-nil '
it shall le his dutv. to snsrrPnd" ih fr :
huar iiause oi tue atcruniey act. lie 13
to have no choice in the matter; he is
compelled by law to re-impose the sugar
tax on Cuban sugar, nearly 39 percent,
of our imports. Waa there ever imything
ho amazing? Retaliate npon other people
by taxing ourselves.
And this they call "reciprocity." When
this is done there will be some vigorous
kicking in this country.
Cataarh cannot Bs Cared
with local applications, as the? cannot
reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh
is a blood or constitutional disease, and
in order to cure it you have to take inter
nal remedies. Hall's Catarrh cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces. Hall's Ca arrhoure
is no quack medicine. It was prescribed
by one of the best physicians in this
country f jT years, and is a regular pre
scription. It is composed of the best
tonics known, combined with the best
blood purifiers, acting directly on the
mucous surfaces. The perfect combina
tion of the two incredients is 'shut pro
duces such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonial?. F. J.
Cheney & Co., Props , Toledo, O. Sold
by oroggists. price 75c.
The offli-.e that seeks the man is likely
to find bim in a good many saloons about
I have been bothered with catarrh for
about twenty years; I bad los; tense of
smell entirely, and I had almost lost my
hearing. My eyes were getting so dim I
had to get some one to thread my needle.
Now I have my bearing as well as I ever
had, aud I can see to thread as fine a
needle bs ever I did, my sense of smell is
pirtly restored, and it seems to be im
proving all the time. I thick there is
nothing like Ely's Cream Balm for catarrh.
Mrs. E. E. Grimes, Rendrill, Perry Co.,
8tudent; How did
this year? Student:
your collpge open
With a rush.
A Heal Balaam is Kemp's Balaam.
The dictionery says, "a talsam is a
thick, pure, aromatic substance flowing
from trees." Kemp's Balsan for the
throat and lungs is the only cough medi
cine that is a real balsam. Ma iy thin,
watery cough remedies are cal'ed balsam's
bnt such are not. Look thro igb a bottle
of Kemp's Balsam and notice what a pure,
thick preparation it is. If you cough
use Kemp's Balsam. At all druggists'.
Large bottles 50c ani 1-
Compraud to Daadwocd.
The Burlington Route. C, B. & Q. R.
R., from Chicago, Peoria and St. Loui ,
is now completed, and daily passenger
trains are runnine through Lincoln, Neb.,
and Custer, 8. D., to Deadwood. Also
to Newcastle, Wyoming. Sleeping cars
to Deadwood. j
With tho wonderful remedv.
tlve core for Welc Mrmorr,
Loss of Brail Power. Nltrbtlr
NervoBsness all drains and
loss of rmver. in either sex.
MDMd bv oathfol errors.
, or excessive of tobacco.
lead toldaSe and insanity. K EKVJi SEKP
lke 8b, Chieaa. per aw. aw4pad, far
For sale In Rock Island by Harts A Babnsen,
Third avenne and Twentieth street
..... .imimm ny Mimn HTM. wnici, p.in
Chean farms for rale or rent; land ar stook
franchea, eolonlea c taveuaenU
Write to J. '.
FhOUpaiKBrc, FkUUxs ea.
KTATR OF ILLINOIS. J
Rock Island Coi ktt.
Proha?n,lCOa,t' ('aid Rock IeUml CoY. n
Ji!pn.ree'z- IminUtrator com tcstamento annexe
of the estate of Bailey Davenport, decease
vs Naomi L. Davenport, Catherine Daven
port, Ebcnercr O. Davenport, Henry C. Dav
enport Joseph L. Davenport. William C Put
nam. Abraham Merchant, administrator of the
estate of MagaretJ. Sears, deceased. Frederick
Weyerhaeusvr. Frederic O A. Denkm.nn
Lonis J. Davenport, Mary It. Davenport, Geotee
Bruce. S. F Hmiih and Thomas J. hoblnsoo.
PeMt on for t he t a'e c f real estate to pay debt
Notice is hereby civen that by v.rue of an
V' '"nT1 of 8ai1 rnnrt wtwd in 11,?
A.D., iwi. i shall, commencinir on Thnn-div the
ninth (9,h) day of April, A. D ll at thAl
of ten o clock in the foietoon. at ihe north door
of thee art house In the ciy of Rock lland?n
sa d comity of Kock Iland. to p,y tte debts if
Md estate, sell at public vendue td the h,XJ
bidder cr bidders on the term hereinafter set
for h, those certain ttaets or pa eels of land
sunat -d in the couity of Hock Is and and stateof
mnois. known atd described at follows, to
All that part of the soutliwc-t and southeast
quartets of section thirty-five (3M in township
eighteen (18) north of range two ( J) west of the
fourth principal mendan. known as o itlot fiftv
three (.3). and being the i-ame premise occupied
by said Bailey Davenport at the time of his death
lor lus home place, and containing about four
teen (14) seres, and being the same desrribed in
two certain deeds of conveyance, one made ay Jo
seph Knox and Susan Knox his wife to Bailey Dav--npo.rtn?d
?n,"n M- goldsmith, being dated
April 23rd 1913. and recorded in the office of the
recorder of deeds in and for said Rock Island
county in volume thirty two (Si) of records of
deeds at pace two hundred and nine (209) there
of, and the other made by J. Julius Strahle and
Jane his wife to said Bailey Davenport and record
??JnaW RJecord"' office in volume thirty-four
(34) of records of deeds at page one hundred and
tiin.-ty-four (1M) thereof. '
The soutbea.-t fractional quarter, south or the
Indian Boundary line, of said section thirty-five
(35) except those certain parr ihereof conveyed
by said Bailey Davenport in his lifetime to W T
orris, L. M. W ebber, Jacob Kierrn, Jarob Faz
mctit. William E. Woodward and .Ncnb flleuer,
by deeds now of record in the office of the Record
er of deeds in and for said Rock lilund Conctv
and also exce pt all that psrt thereof described in
two certain d.eds madu by said Bailey Davennort
toA.O. Root, (one of which bears date tne fifth
(5th) dayof September A D. 1850 and is recorded
in the office of the Recorder or deeds in and for
said Rock IsUnd County in volume K of records
of deeds at page eighty three (S3) thereof, and the
other of which bears date the fourteenth (14th)
dav of September A. D. 1830. and is recorded in
said Recorder's office in said volnme K at pace I
ninety-six (96) thereof,) - and which is not des-1
crirtcd In lhoe two other certain needs made unto
said Bailey Davenport by S. M. Taylor.and husband
both bearing date the twenty-second (21 fid) day
of January A. D. 1869. one of which is record d in
said Recorder's office in volume fortv-five th of
records of deed j at page four hundred and thirteen I
(413) thereof, aud the other in said volnme 45 at !
paire tour nnnarea and ronrteen (414) thereof
The son i h we st fractional quarter, sonth of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty-five (35)
except that part thereof conveyed by said Bul'cy
Daveuport in his life time to the board of education
of the city of Rock Island, by deed now of record
in said I. ecordcr's office, and also exrept such
other parts thereof as are situate in blocks one(l)
two (4) and three (3) in Bailey Davenport's first
uukFawumuuwiueciiy oi nncic .nun a, no a ID
wv. n.n vmit 4 1, iw mrep lour
tS fivn t I
5?hVL(?' L D1vrD,I,ort " fur;h (4:h) aa-1
?h ?l?Jl 1V.1k 1tan,a; ,,adJ """j'-f to i
srtr tffw.dJr.ht f the ,tOCk lK,and and Milan
""""""ytnipany in certain portions of
l3" namea quarter section flembed in
''"""!a"l" Vl?7,'a, ""TfOP-
wiwiur uic aukus. uineieenui (r.frn)
"i recorded In snid recorder's office
uiiiiujcu snu ninj-ntrvcn (4ii utreoi.
1 he south fractional hair, sonrh of tho TnHl.n
Boundary line, or section thirty-four CM) in said
township and range except those certain parts
thereof conveyed. by said ha.lcy Davenport in his
lifetime to Lowell Buttrick and the Kock Island
and Peoria Railroad Company, by deeds now of
record in said Kecorder's office, and also except
such other parts thereof as are situate in block two
(2) and three (3) InBsilc Davenport's first (1st)
addition to said city of Rock Island, and in blocks
one(l). two (St, three (3). lour (),ave (6) and six
(6) in Bailey Davenport's second (Sid) addition to
sad city of Rock Island, and in blocks one (It, two
(3) . three (3),fcur(4),five(5)andsix 6 and seven
(7) in bailev Davenport's tuird (3rd) addition to
said city of Rock Island.
The south half of the northwest quarter of sec
tion one (1 in township seventeen (1?) north of
ranee two (3) west of the fourth principal meridan.
Tne northeast quarter f section two (3) in raid
last above nanwd township aiid range.
The northwest quarter of section two (2) in said
last above earned townshio and ranee, except thu
part thereof conveyed to the Kock Island and Milan
r-treet Railway Company by said Kailey Daven
port in his lifetime, by deed hearing date July 31st
A D. island now or record it said recorder's or
fi.ee In volume seventy four 74 of records or deeds.
atage on- nunarea;.na mty eiRai (15S) thcrcni,
andabo except such other parts thereor as are sit
nat" in block three (3) n Bailey Davenport's first
! addition to said city or It -ck lslnd and in blocks
fonr (4. nve (5). six (61. seven (7). eight (8)
and nine (9) in Bailey Davenport's fourth
addition to said city of Rock Island and
subject to the state and right of raid tne
Rock Island and Milan S rei-t Railway Com
pany in that certain part of said last named
quarter section desrribed in said deed made
to it by raid Bailey Davenport recorded in raid
recorder's office in volnme seventy-two (72) of re
cords of deeds at page four hundred and fortv-eeven
The east half of the nertbeast quarter of section
three (3) in said last above named township and
range, except such parts thereof as are situate In
block three (3) in Bai ey Davenport's first addi
tion to said city or Kock I-land ; and in block? two
(3), three (3) and rour(4) i Kailey Davenport's
third addition to said citv of Rock Island; and in
blocks ten (10). eleven (11) and twelve (12) in Bai
ley Davent ort's fourth addition to said city of
Rock Island; and in block one (1) in f. L. Mitch
cli p addition to said city of Rock Island. '1 he
southwest anarier of th northeast quarter of sec
tion three (3) in said last named township and
range. The fractional northwest qnartcr of sec
tion three (3) in said last above named township
and ranire. except those certain par's thereof con-
veye hv s id H..iley Davenport in his life t me, to
me nnca, isiano reona rauroau company, a. d.
Skinner. James Kelly, James Copp, I.. Buttrick
and F K. Siuitn by deeds now of record iu eaid
recorder's office, and also except th -t certain part
ihereof conveyed by Susan M. Goldsmith to said
last above name.! railr ad company by her certain
deed bearing date the 85th day or January A. 1)..
1863. and recorded in said recorder's office in vol
nme forty-six (4) of records of di-eds -t p pe fonr
hundred ana nrty (450) thereor. seven (71
eight (8), fonrtecn (141. sixteen (IS), the north
half of lot thirteen (13) in block three (3). and
all that part or lot five 5 in block one 111 not
conveyed by said lliiiley Davenport in his life
time to the Swedish Lutheian church, and tc
Joseph Lewis, by deeds now or record in said Re
corder s office, ail in Hailcy l'avenport's first ad
dition to the city o' Rock 'a and.
Lot three 3 in block 1 J, lot seven IT and eight
8 in block two (3), hots two (S), six 6 .seven 7
and eight 61, in block three 3, lots two 12J three
31. lour 4. six . seven pi, eight 8, and nine
9, in block rour 4 ,lot five 51 in block live 51 .loU
two 2. five I, and six 6J. in block six 6, iu
Bailey Davenport's third 9j add.tiou to the
city or Rock Island;
Lo a three (.3 nnd fonr 41, 1n block one 1. lot
seven 7, in block two t lot -ix 8J. urt the
sonth half of iot e.kh: (8). in block three (3J,
block fonr 4, except said above described tract
eonveved by Bailey Davenport to said Hock Island
and Milan Ktreet Hailway company by deed re
corded in volume Seventvfonr 1741 of records of
deeds at paite one hundred and fiftv eight (1581
tbereot as aroresal": Lote two 2, fonr 14
nine . ten 10, eleven 11, twelve 12, thir
teen 13 and fouiteen 14 in block five (5J; lote
one II, two r. four 4, five 51, six tl, seven
T71, eigh r8, nine t and ten (10). in block six
tl ; block seven 71. lots one 1 two 2, three
(3), four (41. five (5, six 6). and acven 7 in
block eight 8 ; lots one (l,two . three 3, four
t4, five 61. six 6J aeven I7J and eight tl in
blocs nil e (9J. lots one (II iwo SJ. three SI and
fonr 41 in b-oc ten I ltJ lot-lr-e j-tl ana ior iti
in bl ck eleven tlll.luUoi.e 111. twoi three 3
fonr 4, and five in block twelve 18J. in Ua.ley
Davenport's foarth 4th addition to the city of
Rock Island. .
Lot K of the subdivision rT the northwest frac
tional quarter of sec ion thlrtyslx 36. in town
ship eighteen r 18 north range two 2, weft of the
fourth pr.ncipal meridian, except that part there
of conveyed by said Bailey Davenport in his life
time .to the United Mates of AmeriC-, by deed
now of record in said hecorder'eomce, and subject
to whatever estate or right the city of Kock la
land nwy have to certs, n parts thereof nnder that
certa n deed made to it by s;d Bailr-y Itsveu. ort
bearing date December 4, A. D. 1SS6, and
recorded in said R corner's office In volume forty
two 2 of records of deeds si page tlx hundred
and nine fJU thereof :
Lot D o raid snbi (vision o' amid northwest frac
tional quarter of said seet'on th-rtyaia 36 in the
township and range last aforesaid, said last
nam d two lots D and' B bete bounded on th
west by the west lias of said but named frse
ttooal qaarter asctioevna tke Sooth by tae asath
ha fr-A '"' BSaaM fracUsast quarter ssotlaa.
THE AltGUB, THUKSDAY. MARCH. 12, 1891.
W . DrotC f id anbdlvislon of sold
'I hat nartof M i .'
"i" lwJ ,n township
In & it 1.7 j .l M !" """naeaon IH west ny
o "he eaid .l? I" J"'t section,
lata PhUli Tith?- l",Dl U,"T occopi'd by the
Z k1 Z2Vh- cb''rbi homesiaad and be
M?e 1Z LLXmaeX Aodl f the .me pur-
thtly orJict ;,a,nndatberheSd'' t0
vVtVi,n?i.,;!.n blorlc, U,T i4i-lot wo ri. block
lots three i and fonr J41 in blo,k O. ard block
TnV,- i!Fl?f nJ,v,cnport dJ't'on to the town
(now city) of Moline;
,1 '.2 Mck 'JI,,,n B'M,, 'vPort a aecond
Sd) addition to the rity of Moline
Lots one (I J. twoS and thrre (81 in Lnalre's
reserve in tovnshieiKh.eenllS north of range
11 J w.n of thefonrth princlil meridian, except
those certain parts thereof conveved bv said
Bailey Davennort in his lifetime to Dimock and
Oould by two cerUin deeds recorded in eald Ke
corder s office, one in volume fortytwo Mil of
deeds, at p.ig two hundred and twentyfour ft341
thereof, ant the othT in volume Oftyfive (55) of
deeds at pasre six hundred and fortyseven 16IT
hri,f,.,an(1 eePl Prts thereof by
said Bai.ey Davenport conveyed to John P John
son, tarry Johnson and Ouataf Miller and the
Chicago and Rock Island Railroad company, by
deeds now recorded in said Recorder's office, and
also except those certain parts of said lot one lj
in said reserve described in such conveyance
made by said Bulley Davenport and bv Ueorge
Davenport, as are now recorded in said Rccor
der s office: satd lots being subjtct to whatever
right or estate the Chicago. Burlington ft Uulney
Railroad company may have to certain parts
thereof under a certain deed made to it bv Mid
Bailey Davenport bearing date December !. A.
D. 181 and recorded in said Recorder's office in
volume seventytwo T2 of deeds at page three
hundred and nlnetysix IS thereof;
lhe west half of the southwest quarter of sec
tion one 111 in township seventeen (17 north.
rar.Be two 2 west of the fourth principal meri
dian; inskufirpuii Whll. i w a -
Thenor htwo thirds of thenorth west qna-ter
ot the southeast quarter of section three (3J in
the toweshin aud range last aforesaid, except
that portion thereof conveyed unto the Rock Inl
and and Peoria Railroad company by Bailey Dav
enport and Susan M. Goldsmith ry their certain
deed hearing date January 8u. A. D. 119, and re
corded in said Recorder's office in volume forty- ix
(40 of record of dee is at page six hundred and
nineteen (619) thereof.
The east half of the southeast quarter of sec
tion eleven 11, -the sonth half of the northwest
qnrtf of the southeast qaarter of section eleven
11 J. the south thirty(3DJ acres of the southwest
qntrter of the southeast qaarter of section eleven
11. and the south h.lf or the north half of the
southwestqnarterofsection eleven 111 all in the
townthip and range last aforesaid, said last men
tioned tract being subject to the twi ate and right
of the Rock Island A Milan Street Railway com
pany, in that certain part thereof, described in
said deed made to It by said Bailey Daren tort,
recorded in said Recorder's office in volnme
seventytwo 7i of record of deeds at page fonr
hundred and fortTseven (4471 thereof.
All that part ot the north half of the northwest
quarter of the northwest quarter of section Thir
teen 13 which lies east of the county road run
ning from Rock river to the city of Rock Island,
and all that tract of land in said last named quar
ter section described in a certain deed made by L.
G Andrews nnto said Bailey Davenport and re.
carded in said Recorder's office in volume fifty
three 53 of deeds at pace four hundred and forty
three 14431 thereof and c .nt&iniriff ahnnt tin
I .... .1 1. . h. n .. 1 .1 l .... . . i . - ,
in the township and range last aforesaid; 8
The northeast qnarrer or section fourteen 141
in tnu township and ranee last aforesaid, sublet
to the esute and light of the Rock Island and
Mil.r ci..w. n.n... u k.. : .
lucreor ucscrioeu iu ram ueca maae to sua com-
pany by said Bailey Davenport recorded in said
Recorder's oltlce in volume scverty-two (731 of
records or d-eds at pae fonr hundred and forty
rev n 4171 thereof :
The east half of the southeast fractional quarter
conn or noes river, oi section fourteen ll 1L toe
townsnip ana range last aroresaia :
Tbeea-trix 61 acre of the west half of the
southeast fractional quarter, north of Rock river
or section fonrtecn 14 In the township and range
last aroresaia, toe same tx ing ail that part oi said
last named fractional quirter section which Ilea
east of the U"d now cr lately owned by Richard
Hansill and others ;
That certain iract of land, situate in said last
named fractional quarter section, mentioned and
described in a certain deed, made by Abraham Mer
chant, administrator of the esute ot Margaret J
Hear, di-ceaecd. nnto said Bailey Davenport, and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volnme elgUy
two 82) of deeds at page three hnndre and forty
six -Mb thereof, and containing: about nine acr-o
or land, (subject to the lien of a certain mortgage
there n m ide by said Bailey Davenport in his
lifetime to said Abraham Merchant aa rcrh ad-rUn-str
tor to secure certain indebtedness there
That certain tract or land in the northwest quar
ter of st-ction fourteen 14 in the township and
range last aforeaaid. known npon the Asesor's
rlstof said last named qnarter section ss lot four
4, containing about eiitbt 8 acres of land and
lyinc directly s:.mh or and adjoimns the land
formerly owned and occupied by John Good, and
Detng the aame wntcn wa in tne psrtition anit
ab.ut A. D. 1854 set off nd alloUd by the com-mi-io
ers Joseph Conway, T. B. Gorton and A.
xt. rnuiw io said nancy uavenuori ana eorge
L. I 'avenport; except that port thereof conveyed
hy raid Bailey Divenport in bis lifetime lo the
Kock lsluna ana feoria raiiroaa company.
That certain tract of land in the sonth est frac
tional qnarter north of Rock river, of section four
teen UJ.ln the township and range itst aforesaid,
known on the assessor's plat of said last named
quarter section aa lot one 1 and containing abont
twenty-five and a half 25V, acres, and being all
that part of said last named fractional quarter sec
tion which lies west of a north and soclh line
drawn therethrough, distant twenty-one SI
chains and thirty-one 31J links west at right an
gles from the east line of said last named fraction
al quarter section, and being the same which was
in tne partition rnit about A. D.. 1N54, setoff and
a'lotted by the commisioners, Joseoh Conway.
T. B.Uorinn and A. K Philieotosaid Dailey Dav
enport and George L. Davennort; subject to the
est.ite and rii:lit of the Rork Island & M iian Street
Railway company in that certain part thereof de
scribed in satd deed made to it by said Bailey
Davrnport. recorded in sild recorder's office in
volnme seventy two 72 of rerords of deecs at
t see four hunared and forty seven 447 thereof.
The undivided half of t- e ronthwest f ractionil
qnarter on Vandruff's If land, of section fourteen
14 in the township ai d range lat aforesaid ; the
south two hundred and twenty 220 acres or lot
nine V in said LcClaire's Reserve aforesaid, be
ing tue same tractor land mentioned in the last
will and ti-stamentof George . avenport, late of
said nock Island county, deceared, and. as there
by devised nnto said Bailev Davenport, and being
the land assigned to said George) I 'avenport in the
division and partition of lands in said hock Island
county between him and Charles Farnam; rxcept
that part thereof conveyed by said Bailey Daven-
lort In his life tftne to J. u. uamer ny neea re
cordwd iu?aid recorder's office in volume seventy -one
71 of deeds at page four hundred and eight
That certain ttact of land mentioned and de
scribed in a certain deed made by J G.ilamer un
to said Bailey Dav-nport. bearing date September
17th, 1881, and recorded in fatd recorders ottice
In volume seventv-one 71 of deeds at page five
hundred and ten 1510 th-rtof. 'aid tract contain
ing rour and sixty hundredths 4 60-100 acres more
The southeast qnarter of the northwest quarter
of section twenty-four 184 in township seventeen
17 north of range two 2 west of the fourih prin
cipal m-ridin; except that part thereor conveyed
by eaid Bailey Davenport in bis lfetlme to EL R.
Beattie by deed bearing date March 80th 1869. and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volnme forty
five 4f,of record- of deeds at page four hundred
and eihgtyfonr484 thereof;
Theeasiba f of the southwest qnarter cf section
wentyfour 24 in the township and range last
foresdd, except that part thereof conveyed by
said Bailey avenport in his lifetime to the Rock
Island A Peoria Railroad company, by deed bear
ing date April 29, 1856 audreo rdedtn aaid Recor
derV office in volnme X f records of deeds at pags
one hui.dred and forty three 143 thereof ;
The eat half of thenorthwestquarter of section
twentyfive. 25 and the northeast quarter of sec
tion twentyfive. (25). both In the to wi shi p and range
laa foresaid.exoept that part of aaid last named
tract con veyeu by said Bailey Davenport in his life
time to F. K, Dickson by deed bearing date Jane
28, 180, acd rvcorded in said Recorder's offie in
volnme L of records of deeds at page rortysix, 46.1
All section five, 6, In township sixteen. 16.
north of range fonr, 4, west of the foorlk princi
the orthwestfractiocalqusrteror section thir
ty two, T32 in township seventeen, 117, n-fth of
range fonr, 4, west of the fourth pilncipiil inert
All block seventyflve, 75, lo the Chicago or
lomeradd tonti .be l y of Kock Island, except
the east ninety two, 93. j feet thereor.
Tiixi or SALE. one-half oash lo hand at the
time) of said sal- and the remainder la two equal in
stallments, payable respectively In an and
twelve months from 'he data of such sale, raid
d f erred payments to bear interest h rats of
seven Ti por eet.t per ann"m. and to be s- cared
by Bi tes t" aaid administrator with good per-
aoaai eenrttv ana t-y ntorta-asr oa taa presaiaes
sold, a try panDBaaer c parrohoasra to aave the
nnvHssssw pajiasr tae waote aaaoaac or mis
their resaeefiv M. i -..ti is k. A, i... t
Uated at Rock island, I liaoia. this th ay of
Adrr.iniswat.Tr com tentaraentn aonexo of be
oauey uavesport, deceasd.
STATE OP ILLINOIS, I
Hock Island Coustt.
In the Cirrnit iVti, l m...u
,0h IVetx, adminlstratorcnm tcsUroecto annexo
oi xury iarroport,deceased. va
the Mock Island and kllan r-tiRaTlyOom:
pany. Charles H. Mnddard, 1. V. Robiaxoa.
?5im!.,in1?, Petr Fnc W.ti. MMieT
John I'eetx. administrator cam teUmeeti an
e wis! ot nauey Intvenport. de
ceased, vs. the kock Island A MiIaatHrrrt
Railway Company. Krra Wilcher. John W.
Hrirt, jM,r, if. Mcntromtry. Bdwia O.
I, f7 Frederick vfeyerhaenaer,
Frederick C. A. Denkmann. William t. Ua.
llgan. Roes Woodrnansee, Thomas 8. Silvia
louis V. Kckhart and John K. Downing
George Downing. Sr.. James Downing sod
T nomas Downing, partners tic., as Downiax
Notice la herehv cHvsfi that It m , t
. ' " - " I - ,, . M V VI I J
decrees of the circuit court in and in
"f Rock Island in the stats of Illinois, entered irt
'"" ennuea ranses on the Thirtieth SOthl
day of September. A. D., and on the Twenty
eighth day or January. A. D. 111 I shall on Mon
day, on the Sixth 1 6th day of April. A. I. 1ml at
the boar of ten 10 o'clock" in the forenoon of said
day at the north door of the court bouse In the
citv f Rock I "land In said county of Rock Island,
sell, (subject to the approval of and confirm at too
by said circuit conn. at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders opon the terras herein
after and in said decree mentioned, mi the rail
way or said defendant the Rock Island Jt Milan
Ktreet Railway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of seventeenth street and First
avenue in raid city of Rock Island through and
along the streets and sveooes of said city to a
point at or near the southern limits of said city
and thence over itarigtit of way and la part over
and alone certain roads and hiehwata in t k. t
of Sonth Rock Island to and over the br dges now
owned by the said city of Rock Island spannlnc
unwrrn mo town or oears and the
town of Milan, and thence over and along certain
streets and public grounds In said town or city of
Milan to iU terminna therein and including the
branch extend ins from th town r .
said to the high point on the Muffs of Kock river
anown as mac a Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all raid railway company's nr?hr of war r.i
estate, lea-es, road-bed. track, stde-tracka.
switches, iron, ties, engine and station boners,
barns, motors, rolliac stork. rar hnru aa.
chinrry, tools. Implements and belongiak'a and all
said railway company 's property, appliances and
appurtenances of every sort, kind aud description
whatsoever now belonging to and owned by raid
defendant railway company. Including those now
In the possession or control of Frederick Haas,
heretofore appointed receiver herein, and all sock
which may hereafter and prior to such aale be ac
quired by h m and including the premises ona
vcyed anto said defendant railway Company by
Iavtd. Wihiam and George Sears and their wives
uy tnrtr certain oeea dated Oct--ter 1st, 1890 aad
recorded in the office of tbs record, r f dds
of said Rock Island county, la volumsi eighty
five f 851 of records of oVeoa at nam tra hun
dred and one 5311 thereof, (excepting neverthe
less all moneys belonging to said street railway
company now in the hands of said receiver and all
snca mm may arue rrom or grow out of the ass of
said railway property and franchises, or may come
ui M uincim pnor to nis surrendering poasoas
ion of said railway snd property as by aaid decree
provided) together with all the nehts. privileges
and franchises of said dctrndant railway company
to maintain and operate iu said railway aad carry
on its business. and lo maintain and operate its said
railway over, along, across aad tbrouvh the s: reels.
aueys. roaas aud public grounds or aaid city of
Rock Island, said town or Milan and said township
of South Rock Island, and over and along the
said bridges spanning Rock river, aai all other
rtchta. pnvileees and f ranrhiaa wh.fn.r.. k.
longing to or connected with th-raid rajway com-
i'. 'i - iMiway, premises, property,
ncbu and prtvileees beinc tnatMl iK ..
of Rock Island af-rrsaid said sale beina- snbjeet
nevertheless to all liens tor 'iTrs nr rsami ta.
general or special, which may have accrued and re
main t hereon prior to such sale.
TKKMo OF SALE. Ten thousand 0.000
dollars In cash down at the time ot satd aale. and
the remainder to tv naid In ihm in nn. .
stal Imenta. payable res preti vol y on or before ana.
iwu uuuinr years alter tne Oale of aura sale
an interest tnrreoo at the rate of six per cml
per annum; si i deferred payments an 1 interest
to be S' cured by notes and by mortgage of ail the
laa Is.prvmises, t,ropeny and franc Msrs sold. -said
note and mortgage to be made to sa d special
owu-r :;a exreuiea oy tne pnrciaarr or prcr-
' - uriiTcrra , said special maeter to OS
rnumuira m me court ror its approval and con
nrmaimn wun said master s report of sacb sale
and that said rpoc al ma-t-r may. If be think
proper, rx lect any and a l bid at such !
Bated at Kock Island, Illinois, this fixh day of
rruruary, a. u.,VSl.
Receiver and Special Maseru Ctaaorry.
Estate of Andrew E. Johr.aon. IWhimI
The aadrrslK-ced.havtni' been a. nomiMi ntnu
istratrix of the eauta .f Acd-rw h, Jrkcsnn. lata
of the county of Rock Island, state of Illinois do-
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the count y court or Kock I alaod county, at
the office or the clerk of aaid court. In the citv of
kock isiann, at the April term. on the first Moa
oayin April next, at waicb time all persons bav.
tng claims against said estate are not Jed and
requested to attend.forthe purpose of having the
same adjusted. All persons Indebted to said es
tate are requested to make immediate payment
ui iu, uuucrrianea.
Dated this I8tb day of Pbrcarv. A. D.. I8"l.
ANN All JOHSSOM. Administratrix.
CHAR. R. WHEELAN.
Undertaking and Embalming
Dlmick Block, "So. 908 90tb 8t Rock la land.
Having purchased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearse and aopuartennces. aad
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. K. Reed,
of Chicago, an ixpert funeral director and em
calmer or 12 years experience, I am foil pro
are d to guarantee aauelaclion.
SM U1W a, axianssl
iCUHal a, tab k
f ttcTRic tin ari soimsin
IUMI. Mada Ikliaaabua
Soae. Oarv a
ilh Sfilwa, Cl,a( Vravta. BUS. S lit
nf KlvtrleiTT Ihraaaa all till
P ARTH. rmwrinc ta
ta N CALTM aaal tlUUSOl s rraBMITM.
RlMarK lanaat SaM li
. a aa sarMM W SUI la aaaa.
Sa. Ba am. tm - Vaaa
MMhfM Ijrtm Mtla. Haata4 aaaxaaial Sraa.
6ASDFB ELECTKICCO.. lcLajaii. rairBs sii
ImnarU sia-iiliant (ranstmra. t tothaakia. ta
mosai all pin.para, treca: M and uix-okiraUMa. For
aia by oil flrst-elaM drucirt ta or naaiara lor M eaa.
la sraaxti by
St. tl III
U ROr.DICFFCN BACH'S
I till CRf a tlWIRAL, KRVttt
I smiaRT mMLts mst.
I ttifiif-asfl i ui a.
STQM.CN MCtlCtrioa. !
Ulin M tlUMiaTMEIT.ast-
ti,al, ralarraa taa M cut, la M sails.
aa trial ai rauva awl I fir f I. CI
aaaaturcaaaxm Masa.a. U SaX
otoacts.tortheU.8. 1 88 lS.aTn'tA.ilLWia.
Rig Q is scknowMgvx
the leadimr remeiv iot
.sarrha 4k .,
i be ooly aau nrtnrly Inc
I urearritje it aad teel
aaJe in re a mewling it
tu all stj nVft-rx.
A. J. KIONtK. ICTi,
I'KX ATT'BL IlX.
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1 1 Tm cvasi Cwtrx-x-fa
naoMiaii,c L L"
swiw my !
A8K TOUR GROCER FOR IT.
For sa'e by all &rstUaa Grocery dralera.
CaVCaOO, BOCK ISLAVT at TkClflC KAIlr
vray rVpot corner Klfti aveane aad TtXiy
Srst r'jeet, Fritk It. riotr-iser. arest.
. It Aaal v
Coaneil rUafls MuvDran-
t .tiamj IrfWaai
ta Day Express.
.... 1 1
Kansas City Day Express.
IM asa 10 pan
rxa ptni n p
Oonncil it: a 2s A ktmneso-1
740 p' 7 :0ft aa
Couacil Blots umaha
Limited esUbale Ex..
Kasaaactty LltaitM ....
K:npsi S Man
I a-lam' 1 li.a
tOmag west. Xuoiax
T3CRUNUTOS RuUTE-C B. at U. RAIL-
JJ way Depot First avecie aad Sixteetitk nt
ax. 4. loacjt, Saretit.
M. Iaaats Ktrrsss....
St. Louis Express , J-Jjpa
tM.racj Kxprras l:Wps
Heardstovra Paaae&fer I tlpn
way Pretc nt (MoamoaU)...
terltag Passenger. .........
Dabasae - ,
7 ra am
I f :ji I
CniCAOO. MILWAUKEE FT. PAUL KAIV
wiywItxciDe A houtfawestera D.t-.sioo De
pot Twentieth street, between Fuvt aad bcooed
aveoae. E. D. W. Uolmea. atnt.
TRAiya. La vs. Aaarva.
Mail aad Kxprea i:nxi 't.-Kpa
St. Paal Expr.se l:Ut USaa
t.s Accottoxodatioo....... t-tai-a 10:14 ara
Ft. AccoB'saodatioa T:Bai t'lttu
ROCK INLAND A FEORIA RAILWAY-DE
pot First sveana aad Tweataeta atreet. T.
U. Rockwell. Agent.
TRAIN'S. I I.avx. lAasrv.
Fil K aU'BxprcM I-eT0 ami iZvt pa
Express j JpJ I ao pa
Cable Accommodatioa j 9:10 ami impa
" - ... 1 4-OOpnxl B-Oa aa
MOST DrRXCT BOUTS TO THE
East and South East
I aoiao wawr.
t.10 pal 8 IS am
it 8 pmJ 4 as pa
Utl pml , am
a js pa
10. M am
av " I -
I US am,
4 as ass
St. Looia. Bo
. E vans vi lie..
. Lalsvuis .
trains arriva aad depart from Uaioa
AtmatBkodatloa train leaves Bock lalaad 444
f. a. arrives at Feoria t W a. a. Lavwe Peorka
T:Ip. am. arrives at bock Island I rm a. aa.
Lv. Rock lalaad. ..
40 aai a.Maal
T.a ami's. as saJ
4.13 an) 11 00 am
8 40 pa
..I xLtOaaUMpaaj SM pa
pal 44) pa
Ar. ReyaolxU I f.ioaai m
atoca laiasa.... . ob a
ami 1 00
Ckalr carta rial Wrnraas Ixntwxaxa ftur h ai ... ,1
aad Paorla la both dltvaxkana.
H. B. BL DLUW. . ST0CKH0TJ8B.
aapertnteodeat- 0al Tkt. Atwat.
John Volk: 6c Co.,
8k4b. Door. Blladt. Biding. Flooria-;,
Cnr.rrrrrtttSTABUSKLOUSI I IBS Co.
"""'l Chlctuto. Ills. I Clftrfc&t.
Ha Befida OU-r.rfaMTiafJ
PHYSIC! AKO SL'ECin
H Km T-atfifte 3x tht GrvaVxt
SKILL and SCCCES3
Ctranic, Kotct ari PriTEte DisiscL
v -rERVOU. DEBILITT. Loav Maav
rood, r ailies; Memory. Esr-awauec Draana.
Terrtbls Dreama.Head aadtiak Kl he a aa
tneeflw-i arsdmc ta early decay sad peritaf. ftrai
rxiSBptioa or Insanity, ti eatrd actcsBUtaaaUy ty mrm
axataaxOx ai SM-vrv-faAlifte snsocaXM
-8VPHIUS aad aa bed Biood aad Ekia
Diseases permaoetitly cwrrd.
rKIDKEY and UKINART caanrlsasta.
Clevt, Oonarrboea, Strxc-tsr. VarwaKaia aaal
al diarxts of the Octuto-l Votary Oraaa carad
prnaapthr rnkoat Woury as xocrarli. Ajdorys t
rNo eaperimenra. Arc aad expert oca
IsniMMtaul. Coosultatiaa tree asnl iai n I.
"AI1 mi i rf,4mrr ix xirv4lv frirsta
rorry Years' lraiT muLU (H.Oaiieir Cxtar
ante Care ia all rtalr Cf Oavaia.
rvrafsls. )philia. Kla44rr sad kldsry lMs
eaa-a. LesMwrrbov a4 laU IrweMpa. I irr
(asfilalal. latarrk. all biad. lm ..4
No anatir who ta file4 is ctxre yya wrha
Dr. Clarke a full history 4 v,r cae. Iloura.4
e tat; bands-.. 10 it. Call oa or addrcas
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 80. Clark SL, CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
pay bx feMtOoaarasxrlkaw ttashfaal
-mSm tDsalirai If
V J SatnnraM
Uaaxunaaat rax las mm i-wraiai
ptxrxul Tmm IVrxlkawnxK an
af IW. (il-
rr'n'aa" worafl-wxor nai uU t
swfasrtna f roaa SM-iulnal
1 laa. of Miwrf, tan
who etrsit tMw m mi atnwss
txay aad KlalJiV Imalanx, rc will axad oxar Maxaxud
it Trralanecrt a Nale, ta-nala six fawOf tl'llK.
Mearrvuxeatsuavaaiaaanta. I Ir fl lixaax.
ho has sivsi aiaxnai 1111 am to tame
t gp innsasi i luranaaif yvaxra.iiiiaiiihiwsMaai.
nmi i-BWAiaas wxuiai an atrsrajy txpoa w
aiasiaa 1 1 orvraaxa.aaa I axaia a vtaur a ax it
Uax Slnaur Mslx'Uax. aa tatey mtm aax
ftiarweoi Castor lllUrraaiaafcaMaXaaxa.
HOME TEEATU'EIT X2ZZ?tZZ
cnataaafroaa aOa tu lUStaaal xnta w-
Waitamar-vaA. nrmcttrm. Glvw thaaa a Irtat.
sPECinc H1.E1 rirJir
UTERJSE EUTROPHIC r2LLZZ'
lti-1 -rmitt ir raining ax aim luliwaxaii aahifiirs
MaWlHIng nmrra. AlMraaai
TMI PCS li CMOIICAL M-
1 89 Vsctanva Smtr. HUM AUitLt, 1
THE UOLIME SAYIDQS Mil
(Charted by tae Legl.rsre of daolaj
MOLllME. - ILLS.
Ope C.:y frara A. M. utiT.U .. aad oaTaes
asy ana hatmrcsy svectarx rram 7 ss
latercct allowed oa Dcf Doaiu ml tb nle
of 4 per OcnL per Aabuze.
Deposits rtceired ia amounts of
, fl and Upwards.
Tbs prtvau property mt raa Trsstsss Is rsnsa.
s:ba ta tbs depoutara. Tbs Seers are tkmt.
tad from aorioarlaf any of Ka asooeya. Mnawa
aad married woavca protected by spactal law.
Ornciais: W. Wircu Frvaddrtit; Poav
rva a-uaa-sa. Vice FreaidetU; C F. Utiuvif,
Tar-rmaa: . W. Wbaelock, Farter sMatrr,
C r. Brnsraaray. i. Sr. a L-s. O.B. Edwaraa,
Btraca Darixf. A. 8. WrurbU 4. a. Wrmiat, L.
U. Hemeaway. C. Vl'Jtbim,
sr i ratoaycaarterrd eavlxct Bafck
W. C. MADCKER,
Bavtac perrkaaed tbe
Property wklck he has bad teflued for tbs feat
tmi baslaeos, a aww prepared ta areata
modate traaaieat (-seal.
Day and Regular Boarding
at very ruasonabk pticea.
Bs Is also eofxfed la taa
at Uesaasplac witk s ckUcs lot of Groceries.
Farm prodaor a specialty.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ, FbarmacW
Faasi an iiamis a oractairr.
Fonrth At. And TwantT-TMrtl 8C
ATler H rears tnrniaia
aaxxxtal Basic. I vrUl promise
seas Iramotai fortbe teaat aaooey mt muj I
oar sstieiSMxon. arrvca aa-k laamlA. xaxxafl
Teachers will save mower ta order taair Um0k
Bookaefaa Oaa-tkird otT of asarkeal prkceaaa
iiaustaaaxciaevaryesje. ursv orSera, i
Hiaxsv. at ay ansae rtinas, 14U1
Ws aaAe spedaHy of Wscklxvf
xohefs mww te Uaca.
m niirsss aa at 1408 Brady BC, Pa v re, wet. Ta.
HW. O. A. BEflEEEB,
J. M. BUFORD,
Tbs a'-d Fir a-d Tiase-trVaxl rrraxnai Wa
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
aeWwaaaey reUakaa aaa-aMy'f
, Taaw tiaiwxaays UaolaCJaad.
a Axaa bioca.