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Disease! c I nnunmeni for Bib f
Toe following advert isement. published
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home would iodic ite . that they regard
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ST ATR OF ILLINOIS .
' K ki Is. and CO' ktt. (
In the CouniyCoa tof ad Ruck Island Coanty,
John Peetz, administrator enm testatnento annexo
or tne estate or Bailey Jiavrnpott, deceased.
vs. aoml L. uaven,ort, Catherine Daven
port. Kbcncxer C PavenDort. Henrv n n-v
enport. Jo-h L. Iiavenport William C. Put
nam. Aoranam .raercuani. auminitrator or the
estate of Magaret J. Sears, deceased, Frederick
Weyerhaeuser. Fredericit C A. Denkmann
Lonit J. Davenport, Mary It. Davenport. George
L. Osbom, trustee, Wallace, J. Brace James K.
Brace, 8. F. Smith and Thomas J. Robinson.
retmon tor tne a e ci real estate to nav dhta
Notice is hereby eiven that by vinue of an
order and decree of said c-nrt entered In the
aoove emiueu onse on tnexwn flay or rebruarv
A D., 1801,1 shall, commencing on Thursday, the
ninth (9th) day of April. A. L.. 1801. t the hnm
of ten o'clock . n the forenoon, at the north door
oitnec un nouse in tne ciiy or Kock Inland In
said county of Kock Island, to pay tne debts of
sam estate, sen at pnoiic vendue to tbe highest
bidder or bidders on the term "hereinafter set
forth, those certain tracts or na eels of land
simated in the comity of Rock Island and Btateof
mmum. Known aau aestrioea as follows, to
wn: All that part of the southwest and southeast
quarters of section thirty-live (85) In township
eighteen (18) north of range two (4) west of the
fourth principal meridan, known as ont lot fiftv-
' .-. ii l v...: .. .1. : . J .
nine uor, uu ifciuK kuv rwuB (Tenure OCCUpim
by said Bailey Davenport at the time of his death
for his home plate, and containing about four
teen (14) acres, and being the same described in
two certain deeds of conveyance, one made y Jo
seph Knox and Susan Knox his w!fe to Bailey Dav
enport and Susan M. Goldsmith, betng dated
Aptil 23rd 183, and recorded in the office of tbe
recorder of deeds in and for said Rock Island
county in volume thirty two (82) of records of
deeds at page two hundred and nine (209) there
of, and the other nude by J Julius Mrahle and
Jane his wife to said Bailey Davenport and record
ed in said Recorder's office in volume thirty-four
(34) of records of deeds at psge one hundred and
umety-fonr (194) thereof.
The sontheast fractional qnarter, south of the
Indian Boundary line, of said section thirty-five
(35) except those certain tarts thereof conveved
by said Bailey Davenport in bis lifetime to VV.T.
Norris, L. M . Webber, Jacob Kierch, Jacob Fasz
ntcht, William E. Woodward and Jacb Rleuer,
by deeds now of record in the office of the Record
er of deeds in and for said Rock Island County,
and also except all that part thereof described in
two cmtain d.eds made by said Bailey Davenport
to A. O. Root, (one of which bears date tne fifth
(5th) dayof September A D. 1850 and Is recorded
in the office of the Reccrder of deeds in and for
said Rock Island County in volume K of records
of deeds at page eighty three (S3) thereof, and the
other of which Bears date the fourteenth 14ih)
dav of September A. D. 1850, and is recoroed in
said Recorder's office in said volume K at page
ninety-six (96) thereof,) - and which is not des-
crihed In ihoe two other certain needs made nnto i
said Bailey Davenport by S. M i aylor.and husband
both bearing date the twenty-second (94 id) day
of January A. D. 1869. one of which is record.-d in
said Recorder's office in volume forty-five (45) of
records of deed at pace four hundred and thirteen
(413) thereof, aud the other in said voinme 45 at 1
page four hundred and fourteen (414) thereof; j
The eouihwtst fractional quarter, south of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty-five (35),
except that part thereof conveyed by said Bitley
Davenport in his life time to the board of education
of tbe city of Rock Island, by deed now of record
in said r. ecoruer's office, ana also exreot such
other parts thereof as are situate in blocks one(l)
two (4) and thiee (3) in Bailey Davenport's first
usii auuiiion to tne cuy oi hock island, and in
blocks one 1. two (9). three (3) four 4) five 5)
and six (8), in Bailey Davenport's fourth (4th) ad-
anion to tne city or hock island: ami sunject to
the estate and right of the Hock island and Milan
Street Railway Company in certain portions of
said last named Quarter section described in a
certain deed made unto it by said Bailey Davenport,
ucnnng unic aukui uiuciccuiu (liuij A It. ioex
and recorded in said recorder's office in volume
seventy-two (79) of records of deeds at paj,e lour
hundred and forty-seven (447) thereof.
The south fractional half, south of the Indian
Boundary line, of section thirty-four (341 in said
township and range except those certain parts
thereof conveyed hy said Bailey I'avenport 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
sncb other parts thereof as are situate in block two
(2) and three (3) in Bailev Davenport's first (1st)
addition to said citv of Rock Island, and in blocks
or.e(l). two (:i, three (3). lour (4), five (5) and six
(r!) in Bailev Davenport's second (2nd) addition to
sa-dcity of Rnrk Island, and in blocks one (II, two
(9i. three (3. fenr (4),five(5)andsix (Hi and seven
(7) in tailed Davenport's third (3rd) addition to
satd city of Rock lland.
The south half of the northwest qnarter of sec
tion one (II in township seventeen (17) north of
ranee two (2) west of the fourth principal meridan.
Tie northeast quarter ft section two (2) in tad
lat above named township and range.
The northwest qnarter of section two (9) in slid
la-t above amed townshio and ranee, except th t
part thereof conveyed to the Kock Island and Milan
Mreet Railway Company by saio Bailey Daven
port in his lifetime, hy deed bearing date July 81 t
A D. 18S3 and now of record ir. sai.l recorder's of
fice In volume seventy four (74) of record of deeds,
at age on hundred Hnd fifty-eight (;5S thereof,
and ait-o eicept such oihei parts tm-reof as are sit
uate in block throe (3) in Bailey Davenport's first
addition to said city of Rock Island, end in blocks
four (4'. fi.e (5), fix (6), seven (7). eight (S)
and nne (9) in Bailey Davenport's fourth
addition to said city of Rock Island and
subject to the state and right of said the
Rork Island and Milan S rect Railway Com
pany in that certain part of said last named
quaiter section described in said deed made
to it hy said Bailev Davenport recorded in said
recorder's office in voinme seventy-two (72) of re
cords of deeds at page four hundred and fortv-seven
The east ha'f of the northeast qnarter of section
three (8) in said last above named township nd
range, xcept such parts thereof as are situate In
block three (3) in Bui. ey Davenport first addi
tion to said city of Rock Iland : and in block two
(2), three (3) and fonr (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 ort's fourth addition to said city of
Rock Island; and in block one (1) In P. L. Mitch
ell's aildition to said city of Rock Island. The
sonthwestqnarter of ths northeast quarter of sec
tion three (3) in said Inst named township and
ranee. The fractional northwest quarter of sec
tion three (3) in said last above named township
and range, except those certain pans thereof con
veye 1 by s iid Bailey Davenport in his life time to
me unci isianu & rcuna raiiroau company, a. i
Skinner, .lames Kelly, James Copp, 1.. BnttricR
and F K. smith bv deeds now of record in said
recorder's office, and also except th it certain part
thereof conveyed by Susan M. Goldsmith to said
last above named railmnd company by tier certain
need bearing date the 25th dav of iaunary A. 1).,
183. find recorder! in said recorder's office in vol
ume forty-MX (0 of records of deeds at p gefonr
nuncreo and mty (iy tnereor. L ts i.even (7),
eitht M. lonrteen (14). sixteen (Kit. the north
half of lot thirteen (13) in block three (SI, and
all that part of lot five 5 in block one Tl not
conveyed by mUl Bailey Davenport in his life
time to the Swedish Lntheinn church, and tc
Joseph Lewis, by deeds now of record m said Re
corder s office, ail in Uailey Davenport's first ad
dition to the city or Rock is and.
Lot three 3 in block 1 J, lot seven 171 and eight
in block two !2, lots two (2), six I6,sevcn 71
mid eight 81, in "lock three 31, lots two 2J. three
SI. ionr4J. six til. seven PI- eight SJ. and nine
. in blocs four 4).lot five f.Jin Mock nve 5 .lots
two 2 five 15. nnd six 0J. In block six ts. in
Hailcy Havenport's third 1.3 : add tion Ui the
city of Ttocit Island;
Lo s three 3 nnd four 4J, In block one 1. lot
even 7J.ln binck two 2j, lot "ix 6J. nuu'the
sonth half of lot eleht ), in block three Si,
block four 4, except said above described tract
eonv ed by Bailey Davenport to said Kock Island
and Milan Mreet rtailway company by deed re
corded in volume. Seventyfour 174 oi records of
deeds at paee one hundred and fifty eight 158
thereof a "aforesaid : lots two 2, four 14
nine ten 10. eleven 11, twelve (12, thir
teen 13 aLd fomteen 14jin block five 5j; lots
one lj. two 12. four 4J. five 5, six Sj, seven
71, eight 8, nine 91 and ten (10, in block six
r ; block seven 7, lots one II. twj 2J, three
18, four 4, five 5, six 6, and seven 7 in
block eight 8 ; lots one (1, two 2. three 3J, four
T4, five 61.su (61. seven 7) and eight 8 in
block nii.e 9J. lots one 1 two 2J. three 3 ano
four 4 in block ten 1 10, lots three 31 and four 4
in bl ck eleven 111, lots one 111. two2J three 3
fonr 41, and five in block twelve I2J, in Bailey
Davenpbtt' fourth 4lh addition to the city of
Lot a of tbe subdivision cf the northwest frac
tional qnarter of section thlrtysix 36. in town
ship eighteen 116 north range two .', west of the
fourth pr.ncipal meridian, except that part there
of conveyed hy said Bailey Davenport in his life
time to tbe L'uited Stale of Americi, by deed
now of record in said Kecorder'soffice, and subject
to whatever estate or right the city of Hock Is
land may have to certain parts thereof under that
certa n deed made to it by said Bailey Davenport
bearing date December 4. A. D. 1806, and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume forty
two 42 of record of deeds at page cix hundred
and nine ttOD thereof:
Lot D o said subdivision of said northwest frac
tional qnarter of (aid section thirtystz 361 'a the
township and range last aforesaid, said last
nam"d two lots D and S bet re bounded on the
; west by the west line of said last named f rae-
'local quarter section, on tne straw oy the soatA
line of said last named fractional quarter section.
THE AKGrUB, MOKDAr. APR LL r, i89l.
on the east by lot f? ef said subdivision of said
.no. i.nin. rx irni.kioiiai quarter aecuon. ana On thH
north by the Mississippi river;
I bat part of said northwest fractional qnarter
section thirtyeix 86 in the township and range
last aforesaid wmch i bnnnded cn the west oy
lot A of suid subdivision of said last named frac
tional quarter section, on the eoath by the south
line of said last named fractional quartet section
pn the east by the land lately occupied by the
late Philander L. t'ablefor th homestead and be
fore him oy Lemuel Andrews for the one pur
pose, and on the north by the Mississippi river, a
portion of said tract of land being sometimes
hnon as out lot four 4 in said last named frac
tional quarter section.
LotthirtysixS61 in Weatherhead's addition to
the City of Rock Island ;
Lot one 1, in block four 4, lot two t, in block
five 5, lots three 8 and fonr 4), in block V,
lots three 3 and four 4 in block O, and block
N. in George Davenport'! addition to the town
(now city) of Moline;
Lota two 2, five (5), eieht (8), nine (9) and ten
(10), in block one (1) in Bailey Davenport's second
(2d) addition to the city of MoHne: j
Lots one 1, two 2 and three 8 in LeClalre'
reserve in townshiu eighteen f181 nnrth nf
1 west of the fourth principal meridian, except
loose certain parts tnereor conveved by said
Bailey Davenport in nis lifetime to Dimock and
Gould b two certain deeds recorded in said He-
corner's omce, one in voinme fortjtwo 42 of
deeds, at page two hundred and tweniyfonr 934
thereof, and the other in volume flftyflve 156 of
deeds at page six hundred and fortyseven 647
thereof, and also except those parts thereof by
said Bailey Davenport conveyed to John P John
soi. Carry Johnson and Gustaf Miller and the
Chicaeoand Rock Island Railroad mmranr h
utcub uuw ictunuu in saiu itecraer's omce, and
also except those certain parts of said lot one 1
in said reserve described in such conveyances
made by said Bailey Davenport and bv George
Davenport, as are now recorded in said Recor
der's office: said lots beimr snbitct to whatever
-ru:ni or estate tne unicago, Burlington E tyuincy
ivaoruau company may nave to certain parts
thereof nnder a certain deed made to it bv said
Bailey Davenport bearing date December 2S. A .
D. 181 and recorded in said Recorder's office in
volume seventytwo T721 of deeds at Daue three
hundred and ninetysix 396 thereof;
ine west nai or tne southwest quarter or sec
tion ene 11 in township seventeen 17 north,
range two 21 west of the fourth Drincinal meri
I h: north two thirds of thenorth west qua ter
of the southeast quarter of section three 3J in
the townshnt and ramre last aforesaid, excent
that portion thereof convtyed unto the Rock Isl
and and Peoria Railroad company by Bailey Dav
enport and Susan M. Goldsmith by their certain
deed bearing date January SO. A. D. 1869. and re
corded in sid Recorder's office in volume forty- ix
40) of records of deeds at page six hundred and
nineteen 619) thereof.
The east half of the southeast qusrter of sec
tion eleven 11, the sonth half of the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter of section eleven
llj.the south thirty 30 acres of the southwest
Qiititer of the sontheast onarter of section eleven
11. and the south half of the north half of the
southwest quarterof section eleven 111 all in the
township and ranee last aforesaid, said last men
tioned tract beink subject to the estate and rieht
of the Koca- island & .Milan Street Railway com
pany, in that certain part thereof, described in
said de- d made to it by said Bailey Daven; ort,
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume
seventytwo 71 of record of deeds at page four
hundred and fortyseven 447 thereof.
All that part ot the north half of the northwest
quarter of tbe northwett quarter of section Thir
teen 13 which lies east of the connty road run
ning from Rock river to the city of Hock Island,
anil 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
cirded in said Recorder's office in volume fifty,
three 53 of deeds at page four hundred ai.d forty
three 443 thereof and c .ntaining about ten acres
of laud, both of said last two trai ts of land being
in the twnship and ranee last aforesaid;
The northeast quarter of section fourteen 14
in the township and ranee last aforesaid, subiect
to the estate and iieht of the Rock Island and
Milan Street Railway company in that certain part
thereof described iu said deed made to said com
pany by s:iid Bailey Davenport recorded in said
Recorder's office in volume seventy-two 72 of
records of deeds at pate four hundred and forty
sev n 447 thereof;
The east half of the southeast fractional quarter
north of Kock river, of section fourteen U 11. the
township and range last aforesaid;
Theea-tsix 6" acres of the west half of the
southeast fractional qnarter, north of Rock river
of section fourteen 14 in the township and ranee
last aforesaid, the same being all that part of said
last named fractional qnnrter section which lies
east of the lard now cr lately owned by Richard
Maneill and others ;
lhat certain tract of land, situate In said last
named fractional qnarter section, mentioned and
described in a certain deed, made by Abraham Mer
chaut, administrator of the estate of Margaret J.
Sears, deceased, unto said Bailey Davenport, and
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume eighty
two 82 of deeds at pase three hnndre 1 and lortv-
six 34t thereof, and containing about nine acres
of land, (subject to the lien of a certain mortgage
there n mmle by said Ba ley Davenport in his
lifetime to said abrabam MeVchint as suet ad
n in str tor 10 secure certain indebtedness there
That certain tract of land in tbe northwest quar
ter of seciion fourteen 14 in the township and
range last aforesaid, known npon the Assessor's
(Hat of said Insi named qnarter section as lot four
4, containing about emir 8 acres of land and
vine directlv s nih of and adiointna tie land
formerly owned and occupied by John Good, and
being the earn-? which va. in the partition suit
about A. D. 154 set off and alloU"d by the com-
mis-:o ers .losepn Conway, 1 . u. tiorton and A.
K. 1'liilleo to said Bailey Davenport and George
L. Davenport ; except that part thereof conveyed
by said Ba'tey D-tvcnport in his lifetime lo the
kock Island aod Peoria railroad company.
That certain trart of land in tbe southwest frac
tional qnarter north of Rock river, of section four
teen 14. in the township and rangelnst aforesaid,
known on the assessor's plat of said last named
qnarter section as lot one 1 and containing about
twenty-five and a half 25H acres, and being all
that part ot said lastnauicd fractional quarter sec
tion which lies west of a north and socth line
drawn therethrough, distant twenty-one 21
chains and thirty-one 31 links west at right an
gles from the east line of said last named fraction
al qnarter section, and being the same which was
in the partition suit about A. 1)., 1854, setoff and
a'lotted by the commissioners, Josenh Conway.
T. B. Gonon and A. K Philleoto said Bailey Dav
er port and George L. Davennort; subject to the
est ate and ru-htof the Rock Island & Ml'.an Street
Railway company in that certain part thereof de
scribed in said deed made to it by said Bailey
Davenport, recorded in Slid recorder's office in
volume seventy two 72 of records of deeds at
jaee four htincired and forty seven 447 thereof.
The undivided half oi ti e southwest fractional
quarter on YamlmU's I;-land, of section fourteen
14 In the township ard rauge la-t aforesaid ; the
south two hundred and twenty 220 acres of lot
nine 9J in said LeClaire's Resere aforesaid, be
ing t ue same tract of land mentioned in the last
will and testament of George uavenport, late of
said hock Island county, deceased, and, as 1 here
by devised unto said Bailev Davenport, and beine
the land assigned to said Georae Davenport in the
division and partition of lacds in said hock Island
county lictwocn him and Charles Farnam; except
that oart tnureof conveved hy suid Bailey Daven-
1 ort in his life time to J. G. Uamer by deed re
cordxd iu said recorder's office in volume seventy
one 711 of deed at page four hundred and eight
That c-rtain ttact of land mentioned and de
scribed in a certain deed made by J G. Hamemm
to said Btiley Davenp rt. bearing date September
17tb. ImmI. ai.d recorded in -a'd recorders orfce
in volume sevent-one 71 of deeds at page five
hundred and ten 510 tli-rtof. aid tract contain
iue four aud sixiy nundredths 4 60-10" acres more
The southeast quarter of the northwest qnarter
of section iweiity-foiir ?) in township seventeen
17 north of range two2 westof the fourth prin
cipal meridian; except tliur part thereof conveyed
by said Bailey Daveniiort in his .ifctitnc to II. R
Beainebr deed be-lug date Match 80th 1809. and
recorded'in said Recorder's office lta volume forty
five 45,of record- of deeds it page four hundred
and eihgtyfonr 484. thereof;
The east half of the soulhwest quarter f section
wentyfour 24 in tbe township and range last
foresaid, except that pal t thereof conveyed by
said Bailey avenport in bis lifetime to the Rock
Island Peoria Railroad company, by deed bear
ing date April 29, 1856 and reo rded In said Recor
der's office in voinme X f record of deeds at page
onehncdred snd forty three 143 thereof;
The eat half of the northwest quarter of section
twentyfive. 25 aud the northeast quarter of sec
tion twentyfive, (25), both in thetowoahipand ranee
last aforesaid, except that part of said last named
tract conveyed by said Bailey Davenport in his life
time tor. jc, Dicason ny deed bearing date June
28. 18.'0. atd recorded in said Recorder's office in
volume L of records of deeds at page f ortysix, 46.J
All section live. f51. In townshio sixteen, flfl.1
north of range four, 4, west of tbe fourth princi
pal meridian :
The t orthwest fraetiocal qus rterof section thir
tytwo.32. in township seventeen, 17, north of
ra' ice. mar, t,j wchui uie lourm piincip-u men
All block seventyflve, 75. in the Chicago or
)oweradditiontothe i'y of Bock Island, except
the east ninety two, 92. J feet thereof.
Tebks op sale .one-half cash In hand at the
time of said sale and the remainder in two equal in
stallments, payable resp ctively iu six and
twelve month from the date of such sale, taid
deferred payments to bear interest a, the rate of
seven 7j per cettoer annum, and to be t cared
by note ti said administrator with eood ner-
aonat security and by mortgage on tbe premises
sold.-an v nurchaser or nurchasers tA nave th
privilege of paying tbe whole amount of his or
! their respective bids in cash if he or thev tire fer
unco ai hock iriRjra,x unors, tniaxstn nay or
rtuiujiy, a. u., low. .iim?) re. mz.
Administrator cum testamento annexo of the
estate or. uailey Davenport, deceased.
BT Virtue Of an pvprntlnn anil fe1iltl Kn V-m
issued oat of the clerk's omce of the circuit court
of Cook county, in the state of Illinois,
and to me directed, whereby I am commanded to
" me amount or a certain Judgment recently
obtained apainst Barton Bishop imt leaded with
John D. Bishop, in favor of Joseph Bwlenocb,
i . nuu joim a. oanenocn, doing business as
dtob , out oi tne lando, tenements,
gOOdS and Chattels Of the snirf riafetlna Ra.
ton Bishop, I have levied upon the following
The northwest onarter, (ii) and the north sixty
acres of the outDweat quaittr, (14), and the west
sixty acres of the south half (H) 01 the northeast
quarter (54) and the north thirty acres of the west
half. () of the southeast quarter, (4 all in
section twenty-six, (96), also the northwest
quarter, (), ana the north tnirtv acres of the
east half, ($4) of the southeast quarter ( of
section twenty-seven, 2t), all in township
twenty, (20), north range two (2) east of the
fourth principal meridian, all in the county of
,Ltn.K iDiaim buu HiBW ui Illinois.
Therefore, according to said command I shall er-
fuse torsaie at pu one auction all the right, title
and interest of the above named. Barton Bishop
in and to the above described property, on
Monday, the" 6th day of April, 1891, at 10 o'clock
a. m , at the north door of the court house
in the city of Hock Island, in the connty of Rock
Island and state of Illinois, for cash in hand, to
satisfy said execution and fee bill .
Dated at Rock Island this 14th dav of March.
A. D. 1891. C. D. GOKDOTT,
Sheriff of Rock Island connty, Illinois.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Rock IslakdCoumtt. (eS-
Public notice is hereby given that at the May
Term, 1891, cf the circuitco rt of said Kock Island
county, we shall make application for an order of
said conn clrectineand providing that toe name of
the undersigned, Paul Botja. shall be changed, and
that he shal. have authority to assume the name of
Bmno Renz, and that the name of tbeundereiirr.e'i,
Martha Botja, shall be chanced and that she be
authorized to assume the name of Martha Renz, by
which names the said uarttes shnil be afterwards
called and known: and that said parties will also at
the same time make application lor an order of said
court directing and profiting that the sirnames of
their two children, Bernard and Bruno, be changed
from Botja to Kenz and that tbey be authorized to
assume the names of Bernard Renz and Bruno
Dated this Twenty-flrst day of March. 1S91.
Jacksow & Hprst, Bolic'tore.
CHICAGO, ROCK ISLAND & PACIFIC HAIL
way Deoot corner Fifth avenne and Thirtv.
first street. Frank H. Plnmmer. agent.
Council Bluffs & Minneso-1
4:25 am! 1:00 am
ta Day Express )
Kansas City Day Express...
B:B0 am 10:B6 pm
Council Bluffs Minneso
Council Bluffs A Omaha
Limited Vestibule Ex..
Kansas City Limited .
A tlantic Accommodation . . ,
tGoing west. tGoingeast. 'Daily.
BURLINGTON ROUTE C, B. A Q. RAIL
way Depot First avenue and Sixteenth St..
M. J. Yonng, agent.
BL Louts Express
9L Louts Express.........
St. Paul Express
. 7:35 pm
7 wi am
Bearastown rassenger. ..
Way Freleht (Monmouth).
Wat Freltrhf Htrl1nir
7 : aj am
10 .36 am
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RA1L
way Racine A Southwestern Division De
pot Twentieth street, between First and Second
avenne, E. D. W. Holmes, aeent.
Mail and Kxprese
St. Paul Express
HI. A Accommodation . . ,
s :uu pn
7 '35 air
Ft. A Accommodation.
OCR ISLAND A PEO-RIA RAILWAY DK
not First avenue and Twentieth atreeL F.
Fast Mail Express..
8:'0 ami 7:30 pm
2:90 pm 1:80 pm
9:10 am 3:00 pm
4-00 nm 8:0s am
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I SOINO WEST.
5. 17 pm
1 1.80 pm
ar. .Orion. .lv
St. Louis. Mo
2 is m
8 15 am
Passeneer trains arrive and depart from Union
Accommodation tram :eaves rock island 6:55
. m. arrives at Peoria 2:80 a. m. Leaves Peoria
:15 p. m. arrives at Rock Island 1:05 a. m.
Lv. Rock Island .
11 00 am
Chair car on F.ist Express between Rock Island
and Peoria in both directions
B. B. SUDLOW. R. 8TOCKHOUSE,
Superintendent. Gen'l Tkt, Agent.
CITT-TOWXSRIP ELECTION X0IICE.
Notice Is hereby given thnt on Tuesdav the
seventh day of April. l.-91. in thecity of Rock
island, an election will be held for the follow ¬
ing- officers to-wit:
Cne Mayor for two years.
OneCity Clerk fortwo years.
One City Attorney for two vears.
One Alderman in the First ward for twoyears.
One Alderman in the Second Ward for two
one Alderman in tne 1 bird Ward for two
Cne Alderman in the Fourth Ward for two
One Alderman In the Fifth Ward for two
One Alderman In the Sixth Ward for two
ime Alderman In the Seventh Ward for two
TOWHSHtr office ns.
Two Assistant Supervisors for two years.
One Assessor far one year.
One Collector for one vear. .
W hich election will be open at 8 o'clock in the
morning and continue open until 7 o'clock in
tbe afternoon of that day.
Registering? and voting; will be done at the
uauai voting places in ettcn ward.
City and Town Clerk.
Eated March 14 1891.
STATE OV ILLINOIS, .1 '
Rock Island Countt, f"-
In the Circuit Court. Mav Term. 1891
Peter Fries vs Michael Bclinesiler and William
seniles lertn unancery.
Affidavit of non-residence of ih ripfpnrlAnta
Michael Schnessler and William schuessler hav
ing been filed in the cletk'a office of the circuit
court of said connty, notice is therefore hereby
given to tne saia non-resiaent aeiemlanl timt the
complainant filed his bill of complaint in said court
on the chnneerv side thereof on the 24th day of
March 1891, and that thereupon a summons issued
out ur said court, wherein said suit is now pend
ine, returnable on the first Monday in the month
of May next as Is by law required.
Now, unless you, the non-resident defendants
above-named, Michael Schnessler and William
Schuessler, shall personally be and appear before
saia circuit court, on tne nrst day or tne next term
thereof, to be bolden at Rock Island in and for the
said county, on the first Monday in May next,
and plead, answer or demnr to the sa d complain
ant's bill of camplaint, tbe same and tbe mat
ters and thines therein charged and stated will be
taken as corfessed and a decree entered against
uu accoraing 10 me prayer or saia 0111.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk.
Fock Island, ill , March 21th, 1891.
6TATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Islakd Cochtt.
In the Circuit Court, May Term. A. D. 189L
Mary Huffman vs. William li. Huffman In
Affidavit of the non-residence of William H.
Huffman, the above-named defendant, having Keen
filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of
said connty. notice is therefore herebv eiven to
the said non-resident defendant that the complain-
am uieuuer 0111 01 complaint in saiu conrtontne
chancery side thereof on the Twenty-fifth day of
March, A. D. 1891, and that thereupon a summons
issued out of raid court, wherein said suit ts now
pending, returnable on the first Monday in the
month of May next, as ts by law required.
Now unless you. the said non-resident defendant
above-named, Vi 1 am H. Huffman shall personal
ly be and appear before said circuit court, on the
first dav of the next term thereof, to beholden at
Rock Island in and for : he said county, on the first
Monday in May next, ard plead answer or demnr
to the said complainant's hill of complain', the
same ano ih matters tiv,l tiit-icj, therein charged
and stated will be tnken as too essel and a de
cree entered against ou according to the nraver
of the said bill.
Kock IsMnd Countv. 1 1 , Varch 2".th, 1891.
GEO. rt". GAMBLE,
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HERMAN ROLL'S, M. D.
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and herlw. Ihis medicine is the best cure for
consumption, malaria, rheumatism and all
sickness of the stomach and liver.
For sale at
815 Twelfth street. Rock Island. 111.
HENRY 0. SCHAFFER,
SOFT AND HARD
Office 1431 Second avenue, corner Fifteenth st.
Telephone Ko. 1089.
Express and Moving.
AU orders promptly attended to. Char-
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Cheap farms for sale or rent; land for stock
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Interest allowed on Dea posit e at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per Annum.
Deposits received io amounts of
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8ECTJRITY AND ADVASTAOXts.
The private property of the Trustees la reepoa
slble to the depositors. The officers sre prohibi
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and married women protected by special law.
Omciw:-B.W.Wmii(ioi, President; Poav
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