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-I left Mrs. "Lane's letters at the
house, lii.-i'.-im," he said, as ha hanr.ed a
nack'i1' t0 Kenyon and proceeded t un
load hnlf dozen bnlky newspapers on
Hearn. Kenyon had opened his oificial
letter with brief '"excuse me" and then
Ivffan to chuckle:
'H' iiru, my boy, they mean to d yon
all proper honor. Jnst look at th s'de
tail. will yon? Fonr or five colonel i and
majors and half a dozen captains to sit
in jndirment, and well, if this don't
beat all! f1J Lawler himself for judge
Beam's face was flushing and paling
"You don't mean that Col. Lawler
himself is detailed?"
"Certainly i do; and what do you want
tr, ler The Palladium doesn't eay that
this was done in deference to its sugges
tion that no biased associates of the ac
cused officer should be allowed to offiei
;lte. as the people will tolerato no
whitewashing of character in this most
fi tirrant case, or words to that effect?
( ih, I kuow thoso fellows! There's more
toiH't it in cue newspaper office in my
Moved home than in all the armies in
The ladies had risen, Mrs. LaneV eyes
saying plainly to her friend, "We ought
Does the court meet here?" ,-isked
Ilearn quietly. "Please don't go, Mrs.
Lane not just yet."
'Indeed we must, Mr. Hearn. I know
yon need to confer with the major now.
and we will only be in the way.M
H-arn's ees had sought Miss Mar
shall's. Sue was standing by tho bal
cony with half averted face, yet list ning
The court raeoU here, and on Mon
day of next week. Verily, ilearu. pub
lic wrath demands a prompt tri il of
your villain-. Now, with LawLx to
prosecute, youH need a friend to dc fend
Who is it to be?"
' I have not asked any one," said
Hearn, slowly. "The charges Isave not
yet reached me. I do not know of what
I am to le accused, who are the wit
nesses, or anything about it. Whom
could I ask to oppose Lawler?"
Miss Marshall had slowly turned, and
now looked full at Kenyon's troubled
face. Her slender hands were clamping;
her breath seemed to come and g o al
most too qiickly.
"There 'jj no man here fit to nivis von.
Hearn, and I kuow of no one qrite a
watch in subterfuge for that 'Tombs
Lawler,' " was the reluctant answer.
"Then I'll fight it out alone as lst I
can," said Hearn at la.t.
The ladies were going; Mrs.. Liiiio was
': vn the steps already, and the major
uullantly striving to raise her parasol.
Hearn had clasped Miss Marshall's slen
der hand as she turned to say a dieu,
?.nd the frank, cordial pressure embold
ened him. He would have held it firm
ly, but as firmly, yet gently, it was
"Only a week yet, Mr. Hearn," she
fpoke, her bosom rising and f dling
quickly. "Is there no officer you know
to take up this case for you?"
"1 fear not, Miss Marshall. You know
I'm not even a first lieutenant yen, and
he is a lieutenant colonel."
She looked up one instant in his eyes,
then with sudden impulsive movement
held forth the hand she had just with
drawn. "(iooil-by," she said, turned quickly
and was gone.
Tor a moment the two friends walked
on in silence.
'A penny lor j our thoughts, Georgia?"
"I wish I were a man."
"On his account, is it? Don't you
know he would far, far rather have you
iust as vi m arp?"
(To be continued.)
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STATE OP ILLINOIS.
RnCK la LAS n mr imr
Inprohateln,7COI,rt0f Sa'd RCk Mand Connty,
John Peetz, administrator com teetaraento annexo
of the estate o! Bailey Davenport, deceased,
vs. Naomi L. Davenport, Catherine Daven-
f" - j.. j-'avenporc, tienry C Dav
enport. Joseph L. Davenport. William C Pnt.
u., nu.iaui jiciiu.m, lumiDinrnor or the
estate of MagaretJ. Sears, deceased, Frederick
Weyerhaeuser. Frederic C. A. Denkmann
Louis J. Davenport, Mary R. Davenport, George
L.Osbom, trustee. Wallai e, J. Brace James
Brace. 8. F. Brnitta and Thomas J. Robing.-
. v-v.v ,t t IIO ra c .i rem cmnreio pay debts.
.T. : aZZ:"' .",1 vir us of an
. uu ucuicc w Mm curi entered in lhe
ab?Te,'i,t.iUied?8e on the28,h y "t Febraary,
A. D., 1TOI, I shall, commencing on Thnredar lbs
n.nin itn day of April, A. 1., 1891. at the hour
CJ?l" ""f '?' ?rth tool
said coonty of Bock Island: to p .yT 'debts of
vi j ?;!' 'Miullc vcnane the hiehe't
bidder or bidders on the terms hereinafter set
for.h, tbose certain tracts or n i
sitpafd in the county of Bock Isiand and Btateof
Wit """"" ouu ucsinoea as follows, to
part0f thS- "iwet and sontheast
quarters of section thirty-Bve m township
eighteen (18) north of range two (2) west of the
fourth principal meridan, known as oat lot fifty-
. .... '"-'"6 rauic ('rrmisei occupied
by said Baney Davenport at the time of bis death
tor bis home place, and containing about four
teen (14) acres, and being the same described in
two certain deed of conveyance, one made hy Jo
seph Knox and Susan Knox his w'fe to Bailey Dav
inp?:,,aHd Sn,"'n M- Goldsmith, being dated
April 83rd IStVJ. and recorded in ibe office of the
recorder of det-ds in and for said "Rock Island
county In volume thirty two (3) of records of
deeds at rau'e two hundred and nine (iOO) there
of, and the other made hv .T .inlin. vt-.hi
Jane his wife to said Bailey Davenport and record-
o., Bm """To" s omcein volume thirty-four
(34) of records of deeds at pipe one hundred and
mm-ty-foiir 1HI thoreof.
Tile sou th-at frai tionil quarter, south of the
Tmllan Boundary line, of s.ud section thirty-five
(."Joi 'xc-tit those certain rarts thereof conveved
by said Bailey Davenport in hislifetime to W.'T.
Norris, L M . Vchin-r. J:n-oi Kierrh. .Iirnh pi..
nicht. William E. Woodward and ,lsc .b Hlem-r,
by deeds now of record in the office of the necr'
cr of dreds in and for said Rock Inland Touiitv
and aleo except all that pxrt thereof described in
two ceitain dted made bv said Kuiiev nvmwt
to A. O. Rot, tone of which Ut-nra date tne fifth j
Linn ub; ptvirmutr a it. iguana Is recorded
in the office of the Kicorderof deeds in and for
said Rock Island Countv in vol Utile K ' tit raft ... I u
of deeds at page eighty three (SJ) thereof, and the
other of which bears date the fourteenth (14th
u ,.i Kiitmrfl.u. i3oo. ani is recorded in
said Recorder's office in said volume K at r..c-
ninety-ii (96) thereof,)-and which is not des-
cn wii in iuoe two otner certain deeds made unto
said BaihyDavenportby S.M laylor.and husband
both bearing date the twenty-second (iJnd) day
of January A. D. 18G'.I. one of which is recorded ji,
said Recorder's office in volume forty-five (45) of
records of deed at Dace four hnndreil onH ihirt.n
(413) thereof, and the other io said volnme 45 at !
page four hundred and fourteen i414 ihrf i
The sonthwt st fractional quarter, south of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty five (35)
except that part t hereof conveyed by said Bntley
Davenport in hi? life time to the board of education
of the city of Rock Island, by deed now of record
in said K ecorder's ofiice, and also except snch
oiuer iiaris mercoi as are situate in blocks one (1)
.w. i.Mum iiuci; in rviin-y navenport tirst
(1st) addition to the city of hock Island, and in
blocks one (1), two (4). three (3) fonr (4) five (5)
and six (b, in Itailey Davenport's fonrth (4th) al
dition to the city of ifork Island: and subject to
the estate and right of the Kock Island and Milan
Street Railway Comcanv in certain nonlon. r
said last named quarter section described in !
certain need mace unto it nysaid BailcyDavenporr.
and recorded in said recorder's office in volume
seventy-two (72) of records of deeds at page four
hnndred and forty-seven (4-17) thereof.
The south fractional half, south of the Indian
Boundary line, of section thirty-four (34) in said
township and range except those certain parts
thereof conveyed. bv said Bailey Havenport in his
lifetime to Lowell Buttrick and the Kock Island
and Peoria Railroad Compsny, by deeds now of
record in said Recorder's office, and also except
such other parts thereof as are situate in block two
(2) and three (3) InBnilev Davenport's first (1st)
addition to said city of Rock Island, and in blocks
one (1). two (a), three (3). four (4), five (5) and six
(81 in Bailey DavenDOrt's second (Snd)additinn to
said city of Rock Island, and in blocks one (1 1, two
(zi.uiree (.s,iour4),nve (..-) ana six (6) and seven
(7) la bailey Davenport's toird (3rd) addition to
said city of Rock Island.
The south half of the northwest quarter of sec
tion one (1) in township seventeen (17) north of
ranee two (2) west of the fonrth principal mcridan.
The northeast quarter of section two (2) in eaid
last above named township and range.
The northwest quarter of section two (2) in snid
last above ramedtownshiD and ranee, except tht
part thereof conveyed to the Kock Island and Milan
Mreet Railway Company by said Bailey Daven
port in his lifetime, by deed bearing date July 31 t
A D. 1R"SJ and now of record ic said recorder's of
fice In volume seventy fonr i'74 of records of deeds,
at page one hundred and fifty-eight (158) thereof,
andali-oercept such oihci parts thereof as are sit
uate in block three (3) !n Bailey Davenport's first
addition to said city of Kock Island, and in blocks
four 4. fiVe (5), six (6), seven (7). eight (S)
and ntnc (ft) in Bailey Davenport's fourth
addition to said city of Rock Island and
subject to the stare and right of said the
Kock Island and Milan S reet Railway Com
pany In that cenain part of said last named
quarter section described in said deed made
to f. by saiii Bailev Davenport recorded in said
recorder's office in volnme seventy-two (72) of re
cords of deeds at page four hnndred and forty-seven
The east half of the northeast quarter of section
three (3) in said last above named township and
range, txcept such parts thereof us are situate in
block three (3) in Bailey Davenport's first addi
tion to said city of Kock Inland ; and in blocks two
(2), three (3) and four (4) in Bailey Davenport's
third addition to said citv of Rock Island; and in
blocks ten (10), eleven (11) and twelve (12) in Bai
ley Daveni orl's fourth addition to said city of
Rock Island; and in block one (1) In P. L. Mitch
ell's addition to said city of Rock Island. The
southwest quarter of th northeast quarter of sec
tion three (3) in said last named township and
range. The fractional northwest quarter of sec
tion three (3) in said last above named township
and range, except those certain parts thereof con
vey e .1 by s .Id Batley Davenport in his life time to
the Rock Island & Peoria railroad company, A. B.
Skinner, James Kelly, James Copp, L. Buttrick
and F . K. Smith by deeds now of record in said
recorder's office, and also except ttr.t certain part
thereof conveyed by Bnsan M. Goldsmith to said
last above named railroad company by her certain
deed bearing date the 25th day of January A. D.,
1869. and accorded in said recorder's ofiice in vol
nme forty-six (4ri of records of deeds i p .ge fonr
hundred and fifty (450) thereof. L"ts sevrn (7),
eight (S), fonrteen (14), sixteen (16). the north
half of lot thirteen (13) in block three (S), and
all that part of lot five 5 in block one II not
conveyed by said Bailey Davenport In hi life
time to the Swedish Lnthetan church, and tc
Joseph Lewis, by deeds now of record in aid He
corder b office, ml in Uailey i:avcniKrt'a first ad
dition to the city of Rock Is and.
Lot three 3 in block 1J, lot seven 17 and eight
8 in block two 2, lots two (2), six bj.seven
and eight 81, in Mock three 3, lot- two (2. three
rsi mur rat. six fl. seven m. eleht TBI. and nine
9, in block fonr 4.lot five .rij in "lock five 5 .lots
two 2, five 15J. and six 16 J. in block six 16, in
Bailev Havenport's third 3j addtion to the
city of Rock Island:
Lo s three 13 and fonr f4, in block one Ij. lot
seven 7J.in block two 21, lot six 6J. sua the
south half of lot eight 8, in block three 3J,
block fonr 4. except said above described tract
convc ved by Bailey Davenport to said Kock Island
and Milan street Hallway company uj uC ir
enrded in volume Seventvfour 1741 of records of
deeds at page one hundred and fifty eight :
. . TO! (nil
thereof as etoresam: iis ' i-i. .
;.. rui ,un rim iven ml. twelve 1121. thir
teen f 13 and fomteen HJ in block five 5J; lots
or.eHJ. two 12. four 4J, five (51. six (81, seven
T71. eighi 81. nine (01 and ten (10J. in block six
ISl'; block seven 7J, lota one 1. two 21, three
tat tnr rn flv i.M. six (61. and seven (71 In
block eight 8 ;lots one l),two SI. three J31, four
(4, rive 15. six J. seven 17 and eight In
block nlue (9J, lots one 11 two 2. three 81 and
four 4 in block ten 111). lotthr epjand four 141
in bl ck eleven 11. lots one 111. two 2 three 3
fonr 41, and five in block twelve li'J. in Ba.ley
Davenport's fourth 4th addition to the city of
LotK of the anbdivisioa cf the northwest frac
tional quarter at sec ion thtrtysix 38. in lo"
ship eighteen f 18 north range two 2J, westof the
fourth pr.ncipal meridian, except that part there
of conve yed by said Bailey Davenport in his life
time Jotue United states of Amenc. by deed
now of record io said Kecorder'aofflce, and BObjeot
to whatever estate or right the city of Hock la
land may have tocerfa-n parts thereof nnder that
certa n deed made to it by said Bailey DaventiOrt
bearing dale December 4, A. D. 1864, and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume tortj
iwo!2of records of deeds st page six bandred
and nine 608 thereof;
Lot D oi said subdivision of said northwest frac
tional quarter of said section tnirtyaix (a in the
township and range last aforesaid, aaid laat
....n.d m lata T and K bel DOQBOed on the
I west by the west line of aaid last named frae
ttonal quarter aactioiL. on Ue aooU by the south
Una of aaid last naaiad rracootuu quarter b--ji-ob.
THE ARGUS, "WEDNESDAY. MARCH. lc,
la't1'1.!?-' C ,,f a,d ""MM-to. of asid
last named fractional nnrt...,i.. . J
north by the MiM.i..i,i v"""' "u "u luo
seitlJIn tSri.0' l,no,hwet, 'ractional quarter
ffiS'WS ",h township andq range
Vol A Tof "Uw .nh3 SL '?8 "X
tinmal 1 rim IMl U Bint a JTnC-
if . JVr.Mct,on' ,h - the south
on the lMtm.etl 1 ""'on-l oi,i section,
?a? Phi?tb7tth5 i0'1 ,atc'y occupied by the
fore Wm,r C?blefi bi homesiead and be
io Llmael Andrtwa for the s.me par-
anqVstf,?onr4,nM,dU8t n'med ,r4c-
- tuicc i.i htjq lonr 14) in hlork v
It, in Oeoree Davennnrt- arf.litin- .i
(now city) of Moline;
'.uf fMv(1' " Bai,CT venport'. second
(2d) addition to the rlty of Moline:
via.0.11". ," t18-1 fnd thr,'e ISI ' L-Claire'a
eW Dtowii(,peii!h1MI,18 i1Jrtli of range
I I west of the fourth princii ai meridian, except
those certain parte thereof conveved by aaid
Bailey Davennort in his liretima ta,
Ooula by two certain deeds recorded in said Re
corder office, one in volnme fortytwo 4x of
deeds at page two hundred and tweniyfonr 1x341
thereof, ana the other in volume flftyfive 1561 at
deeds at page six hundred and fortyseven 617
thereof and also except those parts thereof by
said Bailey Davenport conveyed to John P John
son, i.arrv Johnson and fin.raf la t nn. v. n
Chicairoand Rock Island Railroad company, ty
-. - iruitutu iu ram necraers omce, and
also except those certain parts of said lot one f 1 1
in Said reserve denrrihe.1 in i,k
made by said Bailey Davenport and bv tieorge
Davenport, as are now recorded in said Hccor
ders office: said lot being snhjtct to whitever
rinht or estate the Chicago. Burlington & Qulncy
Railroad company may have to certain part
thereof nnder a certain 1a in. l. i.
Bailey Davenport bearing date December A.
J. 1811 and recorded in said Recorder's office in
volume seventvtwn r?'2l of hu.j. . , .i
hundred and nlnetysix 3'je thereof;
i ue ei nan or ine routbwest quarter of sec
tion one 1 in township seventeen 117 north,
rarite two fsl west of the fourth nrWir,.!
1 ht nor'.h two thirds of thenorth west qua ter
of the southeast quarter of section three (3J in
the towntitn and ran last aforesaid, except
that portion thereof convened unto the Kock Isl
and and Peoria Railroad ronioanv hv n.iili v nv.
enpirt and Sus.in M. Uoldsmirh i,v thei arr 4ti
deed beariiii date January o. A. D. IK. and rc
t orded in said Recorder's ofiice in volume forty- ix
14'1 of records of deeds at tace six Hundred and
liiuetcen Hl;)i thereof.
1 he e:ist tmlfof ihe southeast qmrtcr of aer
tion eleven 11, the sooth half of the northwest
quarter ot the voatheast quarter of scctiou eleven
IlJ.thesoiith thirty(iJ) acres of the souihweit
qnnrter of th sontheast quarter of section eleven
111), and the south half of the north half of the
soiithwet qnarterof section eleven (11 all in the
township and ranee lat aforesaid, said last men
tioned tract being subject to the estate and neht
cf the Rock latund A Milan Street Railway com
pany, in that certain part thereof, described in
said deed made to It by said Bailey Daveni ort,
recorded in said Recorder's office in volnme
seventytwo 7i of record of det d at pace four
hundred and fortrseven 447 thereof.
All that part ot thenorth half of the northwest
quarter of the northwert quarter of section 1 hlr
teen13 which lies east of the county road run
ning from Rock river to the city of Buck Island,
and all that tract of land in aaid last named quar
ter secttos described in a certain deed mane by L.
(i Andrews nnto said Bailey Davenport and re
corded in said Recorder's office In volnme fifty
three 153 of deeds at pace four hnndred ai.d forty
three 443j thereof and c nlainin about ten acres
of land, both of said last two tra u of land being
in the township and range last aforesaid;
The northeast quarter of section fourteen 14
in the township and ranee last aforeraid. subiect
to the estate and lieht of the Kock Island and
Milan Street Railway company in that certain part
thereof described in said deed made to said com
pany by said Bailey Davenport recorded in aaid
Recorder' office in volume aevunty-two 72 of
records of deeds at pae four hnndred and forty
sev n (4471 thereof:
The east half of the southeast fractional quarter
norm oi kock river, oi section ronrtccn ll iu the
township and range last aforesaid ;
Theeastsix 161 acres of the west half of the
southeast fractional qnarter, north of Bock river
oi section ronrteen 114 in tne township and range
last aforesaid, the same beinir all that nart of aaid
last named fractional quarter section which lies
east oi tne iana now cr lately cwned by Richard
Mansill and others;
That certain tract of land, situate in said last
named fractional quarter section, mentioned and
described in a cert ain deed, made by Abraham Mer-
nam, administrator oi the estate or Margaret J.
Sears, deceased, nnto said Bailey Davenport, and
recorded in said Recordor'sotBre in volnme clgtity
two 821 of deeds at naire three hnndre 1 and ton v-
six 34 thereof, and containing about nine acres
oi lane, (sut)ject to the lien of a certain mortcatru
thereon made by said Bailey Davenport in his
lifetime to said Abraham Merchant as s uci ad
n inistr tor to secure certain indebtedness there
That certain tract of land in the northwest quar
ter of section fourteen 14 in the township and
range last aforesaid, known npon the Aseor
plat of said last named quarter section as lot fonr
4, containing abontcinhi 8 acres of land and
tying direcllv s u h of and adjoining tue land
formerly owned and occupied by John Good, and
being the same which in the partition suit
about A. D. 1S54 set off and allott-d by the cotn-mis-io
era Joseph Conway, T. B. Uorton and A.
K. Philleo to said Bailey Davenport and George
L. I'avenport; except that part thereof conveyed
by said Bailey Dtvenport in his lifetime lo the
hock Island and Peoria railroad company.
That certain tract of land in the southwest frac
tions! quarter mirth of Rock river, of section four
teen 14, in the township and range last aforesaid,
know n on the assessor's plat of said last named
quarter section as lot one 1 and con tai nine: about
twenty-five and a half 25S acres, and being all
that part of said last named fractional quarter sec
tion which lies west of a north and socio line
drawn therethrough, distant twenty-one 21
chains ai d thirty-one 31 J 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 the partition suit about A. 1).. 1S54, set off and
s lotted by the commissioner. Joscnh Conway,
T. B.Gorton and A. K Philleo to said Bailey Dav
enport and George L. Davennort; subject to the
estate and ri::r.t of the Rock Island & Milan Street
Railway company in that certain part thereof de
scribed in said deed made to it by said Bailey
Davenport, recorded in said recorder's ofiice in
volume seventy two 72 ot records of deeds at
tase fonr hundred and forty seven 447 thereof.
The nnd vided half of t-e southwest fraction il
quarter on Vandruff's Island, of section fourteen
14 In the township and range la-t aforesaid; the
south two hnndred and twenty 220 acres of lot
nine 9 in said LeClairc's Reserve aforesaid, be
ing tne same tract of land mentioned in the last
will and testament of George L-avenport, late of
said Kock Island connty, deceased, and. as there
by devised nnto said Bailey Davenport, and being
the land assigned to said George Davenport In the
division and partition of lands in said Bock Island
county between him and Charles Famam; except
that part thereof conveyed by said Uailey Davrn
I ort in his life time to J. G. Hamer by deed re
corded in said recorder s omce in volume seventy
one 71 of deeds at page four hundred and eight
mat certain nan oi iann raenuonro anu uc
scribed in a certain deed made by J G. I lamer nn
to said Bailey Davenpjrt. bearing date September
17th, 1SM1, and recorded in said recorder's otfee
In volume seventr-one 71 of deeds at page five
hnndred and ten 1510 th-rtof. said tract contain
ine four and sixty hundredths 4 60-10U acres more
The sontheast qnarter of the northwest qnarter
of section twenty-four 34 in township seventeeu
17 north of range two 2 west of tbe fourth prin
cipal meridian; except that part thereof conveyed
by said Bailey Davenport in bis lifetime to ILK.
Beattie by deed bearing date March Stlth 1H69. and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume forty
five (45,of record of deeds at page four hundred
and eihgtyfour 484 thereof;
The east ba'f of tbe southwest quarter f section
wentyfour 24 in the township and range last
fores Hid, except that part thereof convyed by
saidBaiiry avenportin his lifetime to the Rock
Island ft Peoria Railroad company, by deed bear
ing date April 29. 1H56 and rec rdud In aaid Recor
der's office in volume Xrf records of deeds at page
one hundred and forty three 1143 thereof:
Tbeeasthalf of the northwest quarter of section
tweatyfive, 25 and the northeast quarter of sec
tion twentyfive, (2fi).both in the townahipand range
last foresaid, except that part of said last named
tract conveyed by said Bailey Davenport in hi life
time to P. K, Dickson by deed bearing date June
28, 18J.0, atd recorded in said Recorder's office in
volume L of re curds of deeds at page fortyaix, 46.J
All section five, 5, In township sixteen. 16,
north of range four, 4, weat of the fourth princi
Tbe i orthwest f racilocal qusrterof section thlr
tjtwo.ISi. in township seventeen. 117, north of
r' ge four, 4, west oi the fonrth principal meri
All block aeventyfive, 75, In the Chicago or
lower addition to ibe tty of Kock island, except
the east ninety two, 92. feet thereof.
Taaas or baJLS. une-balt cash to hand at the
time of said sale and the remainder in two equal in
stallments, payable rasp ctavely in six and
twelve months from the date of such sale, said
deferred payments to bear interest a, the rate of
seven iT pec cent per annum, and to be ecared
by notes to aaid administrator with, rood Mr.
onal security and tj mortgage on the premise
sold.- any pusohaser or pare base rs to hays the
privilege of patof the whole anas ant ot his or
their resrertive hidi In rash If h nr (he nrsfer
Dated at Rock island, I linols, this 2th day of
j j t iai. JUtl.i rKaTTZ,
Administrator com testamento annexo of the
estate oi tsailey Davenport, deceased.
8TATB OF ILUNOI9,
Bock Island ConnTr, (
In the Hirrnit rvtnrt lnrk.n
John Peete. administrator cum testamento annexo
iuc oi oauey imvenport,deceaaed. Te,
the Kock Island and Milan htrMt Rn--.
pany. Charles II. Krnridanl A n u.ki.
Kltnore Hnrst, Peter Fries and J. ol Ma-aieT
vrilHBl u ill
John Peett, administrator cum testamente an
nexo of the ratata of Railao rva-nn
ceased, vs. the Rock Island at Milan Mreet
nauway company, Bzra wllcner, John W
ntewart. Jamea at. Vlr.ntcr n,s- p i- t i
Prazer, Levi Sharp. Frederick Weyrrhaensrr',
Fredenrk C. A. Denkmann, William P. Hal.
iigan, noes Moodmansee, Thomas 8. Silvia
louts V. Eckhart and Job a E. Downing.
George Downing, Sr.. Jamea Downing and
Thomas Downing, partners etc., as Downing
H fWf Vlaaa m
Notice ts hereby riven that hv irtn ss a.s40in
decrees of the circa it court tn .nA tnr ths. mm.
a sVMsr A I a.. m ... . . . 7
i avLsk, iniauu iu ,ll3 ttaf UI AIIIDOIB. eOlCred 10
the above entitled caum on the Thirti-th rttrttki
sialSr at Baf.aiHkaa A T tOilA a '
-j Dviciuiirita.u.i ACTJ-V, IQQ On lUC A HffltT
Alrrktk Jaw tf t a. a . . '
day. on the Hixth 1 6th day of April. A. D. 1MM, at
the boor of ten 10 o'clock in the forenoon of aaid
day at the north door of the court bonse in the
city of Kock Island In said county of Rock Island,
sell, (subject to the approval of and con Inn ai ion
by aaid circuit court. at public auction to the
highest bidder or bidders npon the terms herein
after and in said decree mentioned, all the rail
way of said defendant the Rock Island A Milan
Street Railway Company, aaid railway extending
from the corner of Seventeenth street and Pir.7
visum UAT asi ssu IBIT. n . I "fJ sinsjii Asa Ua.
avenue in said city of Rock Island torough and
along the streets and avenues of said city to a
point at or near the southern limits of said city
and thence over iu right of way and in part over
and along certain roads and hivhwava i tn t,
of Sonth Rock Island to and over the Ordgee now
owned by the said city of Rock Idand spanninc
uiwern mc iown or cara and the
town of Milan, and thence over and along certain
streets and public grounds in said town or city of
M.Ijt to its terminus therein and including the
urai in extending Trom the town of heirs afore
said to the high j-oint on the binds of Itock river
known a BU. k Hawk's WaVh Tower, together
with all said railway company's right of wsy. real
estate, lea-es, road-lM-d. tra.k. side tracks,
switches, iron. ties, engme an 1 station bouses,
barus. motors, rolling Mmk. cars, horses, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and belnngiuts and all
said railway company's property, ap, lances and
appnrtenanceof every sort, kind and description
wliatsocver now belonging to and owned by said
defendant railway company, including thoe now
In the possession or control cf Frederick Ilass,
heretofore appointed receiver herein, and all such
which may bereaft-r and nrior u .nrh -.1- k-
quired by him and including the premises enn-
'ejeu uuu, nam ueieniutnt railway company by
Lavtd, YYtMim ami Gpor?i Sear and their wives
by their cenain deed dated IK t Iht 1st, ino-.) and
recorded in t lie oflioe cf ths record-r of deeds
of sa'd Keck Island county. In volume eighty
five H5 of record of dec-cis at page five hun
dred and one Vjl ilierrof. (excepting neverthe
less all moneys belonging to said street railway
company now in the hands of said receiver and all
such aa may arise from or grow ont of the n of
said railway property and franchises, or may come
to sa dreceivrr prior to his surrendering possess
ion of said railway and property a by said decree
provided together with all the r.slns. pnvilegrs
and franchises of said defendant railway company
to maintain anl operate it raid railway and carry
on it business, and to maintain and operate Its said
railway over, along, across and threuir h the a reeU.
alleys, roads and pnhlir grounds of aaid city of
of Sonth Rock Island, and over and along the
said bridges spanning Kock river, and all other
rights, privileges acd franchises whatsoever be
longing to or coiineclul itu toe aaid ialway com
pany; all cf said railway, premises, property,
riehts and privileges being situated in the coonty
of Kock Island aforesaid said aa'.e beinr subject
nevertheless to all liens lor taxes or aasrtwmai.ta,
general or special, which may have accrued and re
main thereon prior to such sale.
TERMS O? SALE. -Ten thonaand rlO,0fJO
dollars in cah down at the time of said sale, and
tbe remainder to Us paid tn throe (t equal In.
st ailment, payabl- res( el i vcl v on or befor one.
two and three years after the dte of such sale
with interest thereon at the rate of six per cent
per annum: S'l idi fcrroJ niinwni, ami i r,
to he s-cun-dhynotes and by morteaee of ail tbe
iia.p.premises, (.ropery and rranchises sild,-said
notes and mortgage to be made to aaid special
master and executed by the uurcas.r or pur
f baser and delivered t said special mastrrto be
cnbmitted to the court for its approval and con
firmation with Slid master s rrMrt of such sale;
and that said rpocial mat-r mav. if he thinks
proper, reject nnv and a 1 hiila at a:u-h aai
listed at Kock island, Illinois, this xsia day of
i i i'iunij.a v. ,135(1.
Receiver and Special Ma-ter in Chancery.
By virtue of an execution and fee bill No. 357 Mi,
issued out of the clerk's o9.ee of the rircait court
of Cock county, in the state of lllinnia
and to me directed, nr crrbvl am commanded to
muse tne amount or a certain judgment recently
obtained a-ainst Barton Bt-hop im 1. a d with
John D. Bi-.hop, in favor of Joi,h Baocnocb,
Jr. and John J. Badrnoch, doing business as
Badenorh Bros , out cf tne lanna. tenements.
Koods and chattels of tbe said defendants. Bar
ton Bishop, I have levied npon the following
The northwest qnarter. ) and the north sixty
acres of the anntbwest qnaitrr. ii.and the west
sixty acres of the south hair S)of the northeast
quarter (V.) and tbe nor.h thirty acres of the west
half. (Si of the southeast quarter. all tn
section twenty-six, S6i, also tbe northwest
quarter. (Hi i. and tbe north thirty acres of tbe
east half. S) of the southeast quarter (!' of
seetion twenty-seven. iLTi. all in township
twenty, S0, north rnnie two ti eitt of the
fourth principal meridian, all in the county of
Hock Inland and state of Illinois.
Therefore, according tosaid command I shall ex
rose for sale at public auction all the rlitht. title
andintcrst of the above named. Barton Bisboa
in and to the above described property, on
Monday, the::h day of April, 1H91. at 10 o'clock
a. m , at tbe north door of the court bouse
in the city or Rocs Island, in the county of Kock
Island and state of IlUacis. for cash in band, to
satisfy said execution and fee bill.
Dated at Kock Island this 14th dav of March.
A.D. lrl. C. D. QOKDON.
Sheriff of Rock Island county. Illinois.
Estate of Andrew E. Johnson, Deceased.
Tbe undersigned having been a, pointed admin
istratrix of tbe estate cf Aml'f-w fa,. J, hnson. late
of the county of Kock Island, state of Illinois de
ceased, hereby gives notice that sUe will appear
before tbe county court of Kock Island connty, at
the office of tbe clerk of said court, tn the citv of
hock Island, at the April terra, on tbe first Mon
day in April next, atwicb time a'l tx-nnna Lav.
ing claims against sstd estate are notified and
requested to attend, for the purp.e of having tbe
same adjusted. All persons indebted to said re
tate are requested to make I amediaU payment
to tbe undersigned.
Dated ihis Kith day of February. A. D.. IM.
U ANN All JOHNXJN. Administratrix.
CHAS. R. WHKELAN,
Undertaking and Embalming
Dimlck Block. So. 808 90th St.. Kock Island.
Having pnrcbaaed a complete line of rndertak
Ing goods, with hearse and snposrtenDces, sad
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. K. Read,
of Chicago, an sxpert funeral director and m
balmer of U years expenenea, 1 am foil prs-
ared to guarantee vrtufsftrrrn.
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ar BAftk Itllll. Ha4 far IIUsMK a
Sasa, Car at Stasias) is Snliia, ri'lat 1. Baa. Baaaa.
M, full Cannai W RlMrtatlT thrvaca all Vllt
? aSTta. wilam lkai M MKALTM aaS VH1US4X -r KMTO.
l atiaal SHt I I,, mr mm lartett SjSat la aaaa.
mm mmm ll I t.aa Sa. aa ay. W
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ROCK ISL AMD,
ASK TOUR GROCER FOR IT.
For sa'e by a'l first ! linx e'ry dealers.
TH TIUTElaEIi.y yClHE.
CniCaQO. ROCK ISLAND A PACIflC KAIL
way Depot corcer nf:b atttae aad Thirty
Srst atreet. Krar.k II. Plnmmer. sj-tst.
: vLtavs. ::Acaivs
Council Uialla JL Miaaeso-
la Uay Kxprrss f
Kansas City Day Express...
Washington Kxprrse.. .....
Oounrtl BluSa Mianeso-1
Council Bluffs at Omaha I
Limited Vestibule Ex.. (
4 ?i am ifflam
Sflam siO-fiS pa
.-Wpai 11. tn pm
730 pa wfBasi
11:1S am 'IMia
uinrwest. IQoinreaat. TMily.
BCRUNOTON RuCTK-C, B. RAIL
way Depot First avenue aad Sixteenth su.
a. wo aa-iiL,
Ht. Loats K i press
SU Louis Kxpress..... .
SU Paul Bxprees
T .2i pm
www i wprorr. ....
sy rrctfct (Monmouth).
way Frrteht (Merlin) llnpoa
sicriinn riswtftet ' 7-3 am
Dubnau ' 1:rs am
CHICAGO. MILWACKKB A ST. PACL P.AIL
way Kacice A southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and becond
avenue. E. D. W. Holmes, acect.
9 Ou pi
Mail and Kxprea. .......
M. Paul Expr. as
Ac con mod at ion...
ROCat INLAND A PEORIA RAILWAY DE
pot First evenoe and TwecUeta street. F.
H. Rockwell. Afrenl.
i Itavs. 'Assrrs.
.j 8: t am) 7:1 pa
. 11 pmi 1 .J pm
.1 9:10 am) S.M pm
. 4 -"Opal 86 am
Fast Mall Express
MOOT DIKXCT ROUTE TO TEE
East and South E as Lz
I ooisa wssr.
w -( I
10 T aa
10 SO am
1 15 pm
4 54 pea
a 17 pes
4. 10 pa
f 10 pm
11 14 pa
1 uu am
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S s pm
4 3S pm
4 .17 pm
ll .M am
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S CA ran
7 M pmj
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t- Louts. Mo
9 15 am
. Evans ville..
. l-oaUviile .
7 as tim
raaaeilSSI tralna arel ftr.l Armr4 ffnrn r.u-
Accomaooatioa train leaves Bock Island 8:43
. a. arrives at Peons x SO a. a . Leaves Peoria
:18 p. a. arrives at Kock Island 1 a. SB-
M sal .I0 ta
7 40 aml'O n am
8.13 amill i
8 40 pes
Lt. Rock Island.
1 41 pat
Hoc k Island .
s uo am; a. to pa
Chalr car oa Fast Eroress betwswa TWA taiaa
aad Peons la both direct toa
u. o. bl dluw, r. rrocTHorsE.
Bsperlntendeat. Oral Tat. Acnt-
Jolin Volk 6c Co.,
8ab. Door. Blinds, aiding. Floor iaR.
Im s A
sod aU kiads of wood work fss kaUders.
mJ 4 V7aU aUAl 11
Snre Cm sU wtabusrib imi i i bo so.
Chicago, Ills. (ClarfcSt.
Ite Regular Ola-EsiHiBJ
h sfJI Trsaftar wRh fts Gmstssj
SKILL and SUCCESS
-NERVOUS OEBILITT. Lost Mis.
Hood, Failinf Memory, Eahsmtinf Dratas.
Terrible Dreams. Head and Back Acrts sd ai
the cfecn leadint lararly decay mm peraaaa Coa
mptioaor Insanity, treated aoKaubcally by arw
sartbod antb faycT-iulis; aootraa.
rsirniui aad sU bad 01004 Bad IvUa
IDNBY and UKINA
f ttt tis aad
Cleet, Coaorrhoea, Stnctarc. Varicecats
mm nnmin rm iaw oetuto-t naary
rmnhr tasot anury to &tosaaca, iLdaryt
No erperlmema. Are atal sayerteoca
important. Coosoltstioa free savd aacrea.
" " ,A u cortraponiicanr ts asrtMlly frirata
Forty rara- Prartirr eaaldrs Tw Clattr tnOaar
antry Cnrra io all CnraH C Itn ,4 Firsss.
tarrsTsls. atillia. RlsSser sad IMm tZ
'wrrfca-s ssd traalr Trawkksa. lirrr
laaplaiaU (alarra. all atlas. Mia sad rr.
Ks Itlaflflrr mh iiaa . MJ - - -
Dr. Clarke a full hiMory cf mi rsar Hoars.
8 to 9; Sundays, a to is.
vail oa o
F. D. CLARKE. M.D..
186 So. Clark SU CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
' s Sn4icailvwlmtrai Ha had I ir faaia
f f Sairwd t rum ih iifmmm of tr. W tU
4 iinaat4iyraa)if w.arld-wdr ri pmumt
Zn- - yYOftua um--Ta' f at
r laa ttt Mrwm-f. Iavli rary.
nim rarly Htdiamtnnaawutirrrwiarai: aiai
OUn mtn rl" "" a I'aausaa
LJI toad rtann4 Umi nan Jt as-
Ory and hiaddrr trraataVa. rr-. will and oar miiMvt
I Tmuoml a hale, ta-rtaia sod hw4r( t HK.
a do baa cirra acavtai auraUna So tasas
diai si i I C aian y yrara. pa i lUna ami.
mmi BauiH-sauraarSSirvrtlf wpaa taa
ana4firru,u4 lias ill Tie" a tKUf
tbaa raxeaaa Mrdtrttana. as ttorv are aut
rtaansd l-rtbe sastn- maa rurn mm
cxaxMn Otrtur HiSfiraKSailal
unuc TBriTtirifT '-
I UMI. inUIIBtll fnawtkswaara.
emtio fna H u to tU,a. aw4 tta aa
V MllanW rnralr f-arttcr. Clyr tin m itntL
specific Na.8i irrrSirsr
Call or writ f 'WCatakarar aad ' b.fiae
nwmuw 'aw. avi-
Tmi pfbu McaaieaL ro
119 WtSCCia.8 SWI MliaAUlCrX. nt.
THE MOLINE SAVIH6S BADE
(Cba-ted by Ut Leclslstsrs of IZiaoU.)
MOLINE, - ILLS.
Open d::y from A. M. to t P. M . aa4 oaTass
flay asl &arsnUy Srn'.ui from 7 to
w v i m
Interect allowed oa Dctpotila at the rata
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits revived in amounts of
fl and Upwards.
TVs prtrsU prorarrty af tbe Trssteas la raamaai.
slbts ts too depositors. Tte omorrs ars proalbt
tsd from borrosnait sxy of its Moceys. Miaors
aaa t&srnaa womes protectsd by secial law.
Omcma: a. W.Wbbcuc- Presldeet: Pom
TBa Hat. Vks Presideat; C. T. ilia saw at.
TacsTBBs: 8. W. Tbarloclt. Porter klsasr.
C. r. Hearaway. i. Leas, 0. 11. Kd wards.
Btrara Dariinf. A. 8. Wnctt, J. 6. Xeator. U
H, Hemes way. C. Vltxlbcta.
S'Tneonlycbartersd saylnfi Ba&k la Bock
W. C. MADCKER,
Bavlar psrenased tbe
Properly arnica be has tad te&tted for lbs las
tel basineaa, is bow prepared to arcoca
aodats transient (seats.
Day and Regular Boarding
si Tery reasons'. prices.
Bs la also ecf&red la las
at the same place wltk a casiea lot af Orooertes.
Farm prod ace a sprciajry.
HORST VON K(XCKRXTZ.Fsaiaci
Farscaa-rioss a SractAiTT.
Fourth At. andTweiitT-Ttlrd St.
AflastS years orprrVaoe ta tsstklag Isatrw
acaLal Moaic, I wol procBaM yaa aaar tarory wnA
less teasoas for tbe least ssui U ass tcataer ks
Ada ear ssprrrisksB. iea sack JsvraJU tmpO.
Tracaers will save aaoary ta ordrr tbrar MasaB
Books of as. Osaftaird ot af ssarkrsl prtc aa
bart a aatc to evrry eava. Leave ard era, aasalsar
aathor, at ay a Bake moat. tcoad avcaaa.
WssaaassspaeiaStyof teacala taerariac4
icacarys bow wo srara.
ddrcss as at ISJS Bradf ftc, Dsvwt pnrt, ta.
Maa. C. A. Bt.BKE.XK-
J. M. BUFORD,
Tm o'I Firs a 4 Tla-rted Crasaiies
MISSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Bates as low say rcUibie -era ar y raa aabri.
ta7"0ac la Arras aloca.
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