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THE ARGTTR. WttnXrtfsr. A tr MAirr it ion-.
0f soldiers paring across the road di
vined at or.ce that something was going
on, a"d 60, 'N'itk instinct of "lis pro
fession, hastened to the scene in time to
catch a part of the colloquy that onsued.
The corporal tells me the trotible
,rrevontof your refusing to rise and
salute when Capt. Lane passed," said
ibe officer of the guard, address ng the
Welsh glanced furtively over hii shoul
der nntil sure The Palladium man was
in range of his voice, and then loudly
I'm a member of the guard, dr, and
the regulations forbid guards paying
compliments of any kind after 'retreat,'
and I can show yon the paragraph"
"Yon know perfectly well, Wei jh, that
that applies to the guard collectively
when under arms and not to individual
members. I want no hair splittirg here.
See to it that you pay proper courtesy to
every officer while you're uncer my
command." And the lieutenant, a. young
infantryman, with decidedly resolute
face, looked squarely into the glc wering
black eyes of the tvoopor and then, turn
ing quietly toward his little ofice, his
eye lighted on The Palladium man. For
au instant it looked as though he had
something to say to him, too; but,
struck by -i sudden thought, he passed
in witl'out another word, and presently
the sergeant of the guard appet.red in
the doorway. There waa evident pur
pose in his coming.
Half an honr later Welsh v. ts stand
ing soit'e twenty yards away, engaged in
low toned. e:;ger chat with his"i tvilian
friend. The faces cf both mc:i were
clouded, and every little while this gypsy
looking tuidier shot an angry glance
toward the guard house door. Presently
they moved across the road and headed
for the open bar at the trader's, wherein
the lamps were just beginning to gleam.
Before they reached its open portals
Corp. Stein was at their heels, and his
stem voice ordered Welsh to halt.
"Go back to the guard house, Welsh;
it's against orders for a member of the
guard to leave it. and you know it &3
well as I do."
"My relief don't goon post lor two
hours yet, and this gentleman hai busi
ness with me. You'd better not inter
fere with him."
"The gentleman can see you over
there. You can't see him here."
Already the sergeant was sliding
across the road: the lieutenant appeared
at the door; a dozen members of the
guard were eagerly watching the scene.
Welsh half turned. Mr. Abraris bent
and muttered a few words in hi3 ear,
but the soldier, after one glance around
him. shook his head. Slowly a ad re
luctantlv he turned.
"I'll get even with you for this. Stein "
lie hissed. And then, with 6hmgging
shoulders, the two objects of general in
terestthe civilian and the enlisted
man slouched back across the roid. the
eyes of all upon them.
It was at this instant that the rapid
whirr of wheels and the click of iron
shod hoofs were heard upon the drive,
and briskly the Lane marriage came
around the turn. Lieut. Lewis stepped
out from the doorway. Again the
sentry faced the road and carried
anus: again the soldiers of the guard
arose, and those about the trader's door
also faced the roadway; again the white
gloved Lands were raised in soldierly
Filutf. and one man only turn 3d his
lack ..ii.l slouched away. Ever soldier
within range saw that Welsh was deter
mined to disobey the orders he hiid just
received In sis giant leaps the tall
serge:::; had reached his 6ide.
' Halt, Welsh, and face about!" he
thundered, and then, as the man still
strove to edge away under the wing of
his civilian associate, laid a brawny
hand upon the hulking shoulder and spun
Lini about as he would a top
"Heels together, now. Look square
at Capt. Lane. Now, then, damn you.
left hand, salute."
"Not badly done, sergeant," said Lieut.
Lewis a moment after, as with kindling
eyes he reached the spot just as the car
riage had flashed by. "Finish wh;it yon
have to say to your friend in fif tee i min
utes. Welsh, and then report to me at
the guard room. Not badly dot e." he
repeated, as he turned away with the
tall infantryman by his side; "only you
shouldn't have said 'damn' in the pres
ence i,i ladies or." with a grim snide un
der his mustache, "or of the presj. "
"The ladies couldn't hear. sir. and 1
meant that the press should. I know
that according to 'Pinafore' and Ti t Pal
ladium I should have said, if you r lease,
lint mules and blackguards pay no at
tention to politeness I've been thirty
years a soldier, sir. and 1 know what
(To be continued.)
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STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Rock Island coihtt.
In the County Couttor said Rock Island County. In
John Pectz, administrator com testamento annezo
of the estate of Bailey Davenport, deceased,
vs. Naomi L. Davenport, Catherine Daven
port, Kbenezcr C. Davenport, Henry C. Dav
enport, Joseph L. Davenport, William C. Pnt-
uniu. norBiuiu mcrtnsDi. administrator or the
estate of Magaret J. Sears, deceased, Frederick
t eyemaeoser. r renencc v. A. Denktnann
Louis J. Davenport, Mary It. Davenport. George
L. Oeborn. trustee. Wallai e, J. Bruce James E
Bruce, ?. r. Brtiita and Thomas J. Robinson
Petition for the ra'e-cf real estate to pay debts
Notice is hereby elven that by vir ue of an
order and decree of said court entered ia the
miiiieu cause on me stun ay t February
A.iD., 180U I shall, commencing on Thursday, the
ninth (3th) day of April, A. 1., 1891. at the hour
cr ten o clock in the forenoon, at the north door
of the e nrt house in the city of Rock Island in
said county of Bock Island, to piy toe debts of
Mie.enipuoiic vendue to the htgbcrt
bidder or bidders on the terms hereinafter set
for h, those certain tracts or m r i.n
sitnaW in the county of Rock Island and State of
uiiiiuis. mown aia aescriDed a fallows, to
All that part of the southwest ami sontheast
qnartersor section thirty-five (3M in township
eighteen (18) north of range two 2 west of the
fourth principal meridan, known as oat lot fifty
three 53), and being the i-arae premise occupied
by said Bailey Davenport at the time of his death
for his home place, and containing about four
teen (14) acres, and being the same described in
two certain deeds of conveyance, one marie By Jo
seph Knox and Susan Knox his w'fe to Bailey Dav
enport and Snsan M. Goldsmith, being dated
April 83rd 1863, and recorded in the office of the
recorder of deeds In and for said Rock Island
county in volume thirty two (3J) of records of
deeds at rage two hundred and nine (2u9 there
of, and the other made by J. Julius Ntrable and
Jane his wife to said Bailey Davenport and record
ed in said Recorder's office in volume thirty-for.r
(34) of records of deeds at page one hundred and
ninety-four (IM) thereof.
The southeast fractional qnaru-r. south of tle
Indian Boundary line, of s.iid section thirty-live
(.'15) except those certain farts thereof conveyed
by said Biiley Davenport in his lifetime to W. T.
Norris, L. M. Webber, Jacob Kierch, Jacob Fasz
mcht. William K. Woodward and .lie b Bleuer,
by deeds" now of record in the oillcc of the Record
er of deed in and for said Rock 1-dund Conntr.
and also except all that part thereof described in
two ceitain dteds made by said Bailey Davenport
to A. O. Root, (one of which bears date tne fifth
(5th) day of September A D. lfioO and ia recorded
in the office of the Recorder of deeds in and for
said Rock Island County in"vo1ume K of records
of deeds at page eighty three (83) thereof, and the
other of which bears date the fourteenth (14th)
dav of September A. D. 1850. and ia recorded in
said Recorder's office in said volume K at page
ninety-six (96) thereof,) - and which ia not des
cribed in thoe two other certain deeds made nnto
said Bailey Davenport by S.M.Taylor.and husband
both bearing date the twenty-second (33nd) day
of January A. D. 1869. one of which is recorded in
said Recorder's office in volume forty-live (45) of
records of deed at page four hundred and thirteen
(413) thereof, aud the other in said volnme 45 at
page four hundred and fourteen (414) thereof ;
The southwest fractional quarter, south of In
dian Boundary line, of said section thirty-five (35),
except that part thereof conveyed by said Bailey
Davenport in his life time to the board of education
of the city of Rock Island, by deed now of record
in said h ecorder's office, and also exrept such
other parts thereof as are situate in blocks one (1)
two (Stand three (3) in Bailey Davenport's first
(1st) addition to the city of hock Island, and in
blocks one (1). two f3). three (3) four (4) five (5)
and six (, in Bailey Davenport's fourth (4th) ad
dition to the city of Rock Island ; and subject to
me estate anu rignt o: tne Kock island and Milan
Street Railway Company in certain portions of
said last named quarter section described in a
In,ruinilani1 moil. nnA It t t : ! .. T . f
certainilecd made unto it by said RatlerDaveuport.
Deanng aatc Antrust nineteenth tlDth) A I. labs
and recorded in said recorder's office in volume
seventy-two (72) of records of deeds at page four
hundred and forty-seven (447) 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. by said Bailey Davenport in his
lifetime to Lowell Buttrick and the Kock Island
and Peoria Railroad Compsny, by deeds now of
record in said Kecordcr's office, and also except
snch other parts thereof as are situate in block two
(2) and three (3) in Baile Davenport's first (1st)
addition to said city of Rock Inland, and in blocks
one(l). two OJ), three (3). lour (4), five (5) and six
(6) in Bailey Davenport's second Ond) addition to
a'dcity of Rock Island, and tn blocks one (II, two
(2). three (3), four (4), five (ft) and six (6) and seven
(7) in bailey Davenport's third (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 (3) west of the fourth principal mcridan.
The northeast quarter of section two (2) in (aid
last above named township and range.
The northwest quarter of section two (3) in said
last above amed townshio and range, except thtt
part thereof conveyed to the Itock Island and Milan
r-treet Railway Company by said Batlcy Daven
port in his lifetime, hy deed bearingdate July 31st
A D. 18&2 and now of record ir. said recorder's of
fice tn volume seventy four (74) of records of deeds,
at page on. hundred and fifty-eight (l.Vi) thereof.
and alpo e tcept such other parts thereof as are sit- I
nate in block three (3) :n Bailey Davenport's first
addition to said city of Rock Island, and in blocks
four (4, five (5), six (6), seven (7). eijjht (H)
and ntne (9) in Bailey Davenport's fourth
addition to said city of Rock Island and
subject to the slate and right of said the
Rock Island and Milan 8 reel Railway Com
pany in that certain part of said last named
quarter section described in aaid deed made
to It by said Bailey Davenport recorded in said
recorder's office in volume seventy -two (72) of re
cords of deeds at page four hundred and forty-seven
The east half of the northeast quarter of section
three (3) in said last above named township and
range, 1-xcept such parts thereof us are situate in
block three (3) in Bai.ey Davenport's first addi
tion to said city of hock Inland : and in block? 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 (131 in Bai
ley Davenrort'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 Ruck Island. The
sonthwestqnarter of tb 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 Inst above named township
and range, except those certain parts thereof con-
veye bv s .id Bailey Davenport in his life t-nie to
the Rack Island & Peoria railroad company. A. B.
hkinner, James Eelly, James Copp, U Buttrick
and P K. Smitn by deeds now of record in said
recorder's office, and also except th t certain part
thereof conveyed by Bnsan M. Goldsmith to said
last above named railr ad company by her certain
deed bearing date the zatn day orjauuary A. D.,
1863. and recorded in said recorder's office in vol
nine forty-six (46) of records of deeds -t p ge fonr
hundred ana ntty tnereoi. lta seven (7),
eight (a), fourteen (14), sixteen (16). tne north
half of lot thirteen (13) in block three (3), and
all that part of lot five 5 ia block one 1 not
conveyed by said Bailey Davenport In his life
time to the Swedish Lutheran church, and to
Joscnh Lewis, by deeds now of record tn said Re
corder s rffi.-e. ail in Bailey i avenport's first ad
dltiot to the city o' Rock 's and.
Lot three TSl in block fl 1. lot seven IT and eight
8 in block two 12, lots two (3), six 6. seven 7
and eight 8, in block three
lots two 2 three
rsi. lourMl. six 161. seven fiL eight b1. and ntne
ur 14 . six I ni. seven
f 91. in block four 4 .lot five 5 in Mock five 5 .lots
two 8, five 5. and six 6 j. in block six 6. in
Bailey I'avenport s third 3 J J add Hon to tne
city of Rock Is isn't:
I Mwlr fnn. til
conveyed by Bailey Davenport to said Rock Island
ami Milan ttreet Wailway company by deed re
; corded in volume Seventyfour 741 of Jc,or
i deeds at paae one hundred and fifty, eight 1581
thereof as aforesal. : Lots two 11. fpurj ll
nine 91. ten UO, eleven 11. twele 1, thir
teen 13 and fouiteen 14jin block five 5); low
onerlLtwof2.fonrf41.flvel5J, six tl, seven
r71, eigh 8, nine (9) and ten (10J. in block six
161 ; bfock seven m. lots one 11 two , three
3), fonr f4, five (51, six tel. and seven 17 In
block eight 8 ; loteone I, two 31. three JS). four
41. five 10. six ioj seven iu """."s
bloc, nli.e 9, loteone 1 two S
three 3) and
fonr 4 In b oc ten I llij
in bl ck eleven 111 lets
lots thr e pi and four 41
mi-111. twolSJ three 3
m r n nJ.l .n hlnek- twelve f!21. in Ba.lcy
j UU I ill. a iiu i ii v i a. -
Davenport'a fourth 4thJ addition to the city of
Bock Island. . , .
Lot it of the anbdivlsloa cf the northwest frac
tional qnarter of sec Ion thlrtysix 36. in town
ship eighteen ri8 north range two Ut, westof the
fourth pr.ncipal meridian, except that part there
of conveyed by said Bailey Davenport m his life
time to the United Mates of AmeriC . by deed
now of record In said Kecorder'eofflce, and subject
. ..,-.- ..tat nr Hirht the city of Kock Is-
, land may have tocerta n parts thereof under that
certa n neen nunc u ij y
bearing date December 4. A. D. lSbfl, and
r corded in said R cor.ler's office In volume forty
two rt of records of deeds at page six hundred
and nine BUS thereof ;
Lot D o said sub tlvlsion o' said aorthwest frac
tional qnarter of sa'd sect'on th rtysix 361 in the
township and range last aforesaid, said last
nam d two lota D and B being bonnded oa the
west by the west line of said last named frac
tional q nan er section, on Utea mth by the aouth
line of said last name fractional quarter section.
threo I3i una lour iu m uwca wno im
171, m OiocKtwo lau io i ioj. uu wi
half of ioi eitht 8, in block three 3J,
Teent said above described tract
on tne east by lot C of aad subdivision of sold
nlTikkS'il section, and on the
north by the Mississippi river;
m tPfrtof a,a northwest fractional quarter
section thirtyalx 38 in the township aid range
r! tfoe,,l- w'ch is bonnded on the west ny
lot A of said subdivision of said last named free
t onal quarter section, on the sooth by the south
line of said last named fractional qnartei section.
?J?- iS.MB,,!ibjr.the lM1 u,elT occupied by the
late Philander L. Cablefor his homestead aud be
fore him by Lemuel Andrews for the sme pnr-
fpose and on the north by the Mississippi river, a
ortion of said tract of land being sometime
nown a out lot four4 in said laat named frec
ttonal quarter section.
k1. lTi'2i,.tS8' ,n Weatherhead's addition to
the City of Kock Island;
Lot one 1, In block four 4,lot two t. In block
Ove 15. lots three 1 and fonr (4), in block V.
lots three 3 and four 4 In block 6. and block
N, tn George Davenport's addition the town
(now city) of Moline;
w two nr 5 ''S1 W. n'ne
lnJb,oc,t one ) tn Bailey Davenport's second
(3d) addition to the city of Moline :
Lots one l. two 2 and three 13 in LeClalre's
reserve In townshlj. eighieen 18 north of range
II wtet of the fourth principal meridian, except
those certain parts thereof conveved by said
Bailey Davenport in his lifetime to Dimock and
Gould by two certain deeds recorded In said Re
corder's office, one in volume fortytwo (41 of
deeds, at page two hundred and twentyfonr ft34
thereof, ant the oth-r in volume Sftyfive I55j of
deeds at pase six hundred and fortyseven 647
tnereor, ind also except those parts thereof by
said Bailey Davenport conveyed to John P John
son, Carry Johnson and Gu.taf Miller and the
Chicago and Rock Island Railroad company, ly
deeds now recorded in said Rec order's oOlce, and
also except those certain parts of said lot one l
in said reserve described in such conveyances
made by said Bailey Davenport and bv George
Davenport, as are now recorded in said Hecor
der's office: said lot being subj.ct to whatever
right or estate the Chicago, Burlington A tjuiocy
Railroad company may have to cettain parts
thereof under a certain deed made to it bv said
Bailey Davenport bearing date December J. A.
D. ls?l and recorded in aald Recorder's ofhre in
volume seventytwo Ti of deeds at ia;e three
hundredand nirietysix sflo thereof;
The west half of the southwest quarter of sec
tion one l in townsnip seventeen 17 north,
rarire two fil west of the fourth Drincinul meri
The north two thirds of thenorth west qna Ut
of the southeast qnarter of section three f3J in
the tuxhin and range last aforesaid, except
that portion thereof conveved nnto the hock Isl
and and IVoria Railroad company t.y Bailey Dav-enp.-irt
and Susan M. Goldsmith hy their certain
derd benrin? date January Jtu. A. I). IKfio. anil
corded in sid Recorder's office in volume fortv-ix
(4iij of record of deeds at patre six hundred and
nineteen 619) thereof.
lue east half or the southeast quarter of sec
tion eleven fill, the sonth hnlf of the northwest
?uarte.r of the southeast qnarter of scctiou eleven
U.thesnnth thirty 301 urea of the southwest
?nrter of the southeast quarter of section eleven
11. and the south half or the north half of the
southwest quarterof section eleven 111 all in the
towni-htp and range last aforesaid, said last men
tioned tract beink subject to the estate and rieht
of the Rock island Milan Street Railway com
pany, tn that certain part thereof, described in
said deed made to it by said Bailey Davent ort,
recorded in said Recorder's office in volume
seventytwo ?. of record, of deeds at page four
hundred and fortyseven 447 thereof.
All that part ot the north naif of the northwest
qnarter of the northwei-t qnarter of section 1 hir
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 eectlos described in a certain deed made by L.
G Andrews nnto said Bailey Davenport and re
corded in said Recorder's office in volume fifty
three rr3 of deeds at page four hundred ar.d forty,
three 144.1) thereof and c .ntainlng about ten acres
of land, both of said last two tracts of land being
in the township and range last aforesaid;
The northeast quarter of section fourteen T141
in the township aud range last aforesaid, subiect
tn the estate and light of the Rock Island and
Milan Street Railway company in thaf certain part
-, . - . f . . 1
thereof described iu said deed made to said com
pany by aaid Bailey Davenport recorded tn said
Recorder's office in volume seventy-two 73 of
records of deeds st page four hundred and forty -sev
n 447 thereof;
The east half of the southeast fractional qnarter
north of Rock river, ot section fonrteen II it. the
township and range last aforesaid ;
Theeaftsix 6 acres or the west half of the
southeast fractional qnarter, north of Rock river
of section fourteen 14 In the township and range
laat aforesaid, the same being all that part ot said
last named fractional quarter section which lies
east of the lad now cr lately owned by Richard
Mansill anil others;
That certain tract of land, sitnate in sa'd list
named fractional quarter section, mentioned and
described In a certain deed, made by Abraham Mer
chant, administrator of the estate of Margaret J.
Hears, deceased, nnto said Bailey Davenport, and
recorded in .aid Recorder's offl e in volnmecigMy
two 82 of deeds at page three hnndre and lorty
six 34t thereof, and containing about i.ine acres
of land, (subject to the lien of a ctrtiin mortgage
there' n made by said Bailey Davanprrt in bis
lifetime to said Abraham Merchant as such ad
mtn.Btr 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 upon the Asesor's
ilalof said laat named quarter section as lot four
4, containing about eivht 8 acres of laud and
lying tlirectlv s.nin or and adjoining the land
formerly owned and occupied by John Good, and
being the same which wa- in the partition suit
about A. D. 1854 set off -nd allotted by the com-niia-io
era Joseph Conway. T. B. Gorton and A.
. .11 . . J T. ' I . 1 . ,
tk . inuieo ui sum Dauey uavemwirc ina ireorge
U I'avenport: except that part thereof conveyed
by said Bailey D ivenport in his lifetime lo the
Itnck Island and Peoria railroad company.
That certain tract of land in the southwest frac
tional qnarter north of Kock river, of section four
teen 14. in the township and range last aforesaid,
known on the assessor's plat of said last named
quarter section as lot one 1 and containlnc about
twenty -five and a half S5Vj acres, and being all
that part of said last named fractional quarter sec
tion which lies west of a north and socth line
drawn therethrough, distant twenty-one 31
chains and thirty-one 31 J links west at right an
gles from the east line of said Inst named fraction
al quarter section, and being the same wl ich was
in the partition suit about A. D.. 1854, setoff and
allotted by the conimisinnera, Joscnh Conway,
T. B. Gorton and A. K Philleoto said Bailey Dav
enport and George L. Davennort; subject to the
estate and rinhtof the Kock Island & Milan Street
Railway company in that certain part thereof de
scribed ia said deed made lo it by said Bailey
Davenport, recorded in said recorder's office in
volume seventy two 72 ot records of deeds at
I see fonr hundred and forty seven 447 thereof.
The undivided half of t- e southwest fractional
quarter on Vandruff 's It-land, of section fourteen
14 In the township at d range lat aforesaid ; the
south two hundred and twenty 330 acres of lot
nine 9J in said LeClaire's Kesere aforesaid, be
ing tue same tract of land mentioned in the last
will and testament of George avenport, late of
said hock Island county, deceased, and. as there- J
by devised nnto said Bailey Davenport, and being
the land assigned to said Geo rue avenport In the
division and partition of lacds in said hoc a Island
county between him and Charles Fa mam; except
that nart tuereof conveyed bv said Bailey Daven
port in bis life time to J. G Hamer by deed re-1
corded in said recorder'e ortlce in volnme seveniy
one 711 of dcede at page four hundred and eight
That certain tiar.t of land mentioned and de
scribed in a certain deed made by J G. Hamer un
to said Bailey Davenport, bearing date September
nth, 1881, and recorded in -aid recorders ortlce
in volume seventv-one 71 of deeds st page five
hundred and ten 510 th-rtof. aid tract contain
ing fonr and sixty hundredths 4 60-100 acres more
orless. . ,
The southeast qnarter of the northwest qnarter
of section iwenty-four 124 in township seventeen
17 north of range two 2 westof tne four.h prin
cipal meridian; except that part thereof conveyed
by said Bailey Davenport in his .ifettme to U. R.
Beat tie by deed bearing date March 80th I860, and
recorded in said Kecordcr's office tn volume forty
five 4. of record - of deeds at page four hundred
and eibgtyfour484 thereof:
The east ha.fnf the sou thwestqusrter f aeetion
wentyfour 24 in the township and range last
fores ld, except that part thereof conveyed bv
said Bailer avenport in his lifetime to the Kock
Island 4 Peoria Rilroad company, by deed bear
ingdate April x9, 18)8 andree rdedlnaaid Recorder'.-
office in volume X -f records of deeds at page
onehai drednd forty ihree( 143 J thereof;
Tbeeasthalf of the northwest quarter of section
tweatyfive. H and the northeast quarter of sec
tion twentyflve, (So).buth In the tow shipand range
las: tforesaid. except that part of said last named
tract conveyed by said Bailey Davenport in his life
time to r. E, Dickson by deed oesring date jnne
S8,18'0, aid recorded in said Recorder'e office in
volume L of records at deeds at page fortyslx, 46.J
All section five, 5J. In township sixteen. 16,
north of range fonr, 4, west of the fourth princi
the ort h west fractional qu.rter of section thir
ty two. TS2 in township seventeen, 17, n rth of
range fonr, 4, weatot the fourth piincip.il meri
All block seventyflve, 75, in the Chicago or
loateraddit'unt he i y f Kock Island, except
the east ninety two, 98 J feet thereof.
Tanas op feAL. On-balf cash iu band at the
time of said sal - and the rem -inder la two cqnal in
stallments, payable respectively in six and
twelve months t mm he date of snch ssle, aid
di f erred payments to bear interest ay. he rate of
seven T per cei t ner son m. and to be a cured
by n tes t aaid administrator w th good per
sonal security and J mortgage on the premises
sold, any purchaser or parch sera to have the
privilege of pajlog the whole aatoant of his or
their respective bMi I rash If he nr thee nrsfer
Dated at Kock island, I linois. this Sth day of
Administrator com testaments annexo of the
caiaie oi Ballry Davenport, deceased.
8TATK OP ILLINOIA. I .
HOCK ItLaXD COCBTT, "
In the CM rent l Court. In rt.fr
John Pee Ix, administrator cam teetamento annexe
of the estate of Bailey Davenport, deceased, vs.
the Kock Island and Milan r-treet Railway Cooa
pany, Charles H. Stoddard. J. p. Koblnso.
Elmore Hurst, Peter Fries and J. Q. Mssaie.
John Peetz, administrator cum testaments an
nexo of the estate of Bailey Davenport, de-
eeased. . the Rock Island A Milan street
runway company. ra wilcber, John W.
Stewart. Jamea af. Mrntir.wna n
Fraxer, Levi Hharp. Frederick Weyeraaeaaer'
Frederick C. A. Denkmaan, William t. Uai
ligan. Roes woodmaasee, Thomas K. SUvU,
Lonis V. Bckhart and John K. Downing.
George Downing, Sr.. J am re Downing and
Thomas Downing, partners etc, as Downlnx
Notice 1 hereby (riven that by elrtne of certain
domes of the circuit court In and for the county
of Rock Island in the state of Illinois, entered la
the above entitled causes on the Thirtieth (aothl
day of September, A.D., IMO, and on the Twenty
eighth day of January. A. D. 1 shall on Mon
day, on the Sixth 6th day of April, A. D. 1H1. at
the hour of tea 10 o'clock ia the forenoon of said
day at the north door of the conn bouse in the
city of Kock Island la aald county of Rock Island,
sell, subject to the approval of and confirmation
bv said circuit court. at public auction to the
highest bidder nr bidders upon the terms herein
after and In said decree mentioned, all the rail
way or said defendant the Rock Island A Milan
Street Railway Company, said railway extending
from the corner of neventeenth street and First
avenue In said city of Rock Island Lironch and
along the streets and avenues of said city to a
poiht at or near the southern limits of said city,
and thence over its right of way and in part over
and alone certain roads and bifhajs la the tonn
of bonth Rock Island to and over the or dges now
owned by the said city of Rock Island spanninc
Rock river between the town of hears an i the
town ef Milan, and thence over and alonir re-Lain
I streets and public grounds in said town or city of
-" uitiuiu wu inmuicx ue
branch extending from the town of hrars afore
said to the high point on the bluff, ot Itock river
known as Black Hawk's Watch Tower, together
with all said railway company's right cf way. real
estate, lea-es, road-bed, track, aide tracks,
switches, iron, tirs, engine and station houses,
barns, motors, rolling stock, ears, hnrrea, ma
chinery, tools. Implements and bcUmpovs sad all
said railway company's proscrty. api-:;aaccs and
appurtenances of every sort, kh,d aud description
whatsoever now belonging to and owned by said
defendant railway company, including thosa now
In the possession or control of Frederick Have,
heretofore appointed receiver herein, aad all snch
which may hereafter and prior to snch sals be ac
quired by him and including the premises con
veyed nnto aaid defendant railway company by
I'avid, WiMam and George Seers aad their wives
by tbetr certain deed dated Oct- ber 1st, IC90 aad
recorded in the office of the record, r of deeds
of sa'd Kock Island county, in volume eiahty
flve85of records of deeds at pajre Are hun
dredand one Vil thereof, (excrpuog neverthe
less all moneys belomctng to said street rail art y
company now In the hands of aaid receiver and U
snch as may arise from or grow out of the as of
said rail way property aad franchises, or may come
to sadreceiver prior to his surrendering rim see
ion ofsatd rail way end property as by said decree
provided) together with ail the rirbu, privileges
and franchises of said defendant railway company
to maintain and operate iu raid railway and carry
on its business. end to maintain and operate Its said
railway over, along, across aad through the e rects,
alleys, roids and public grounds of said city of
Kock Island, said town of Milan and said township
of South Rock Island, and over and alnng the
said bridges spanning Rock river, and ail other
rights, privileges acd franchises whatsoever be
longing to or connected with tne said railway com
pany; all of said railway. DtrmutL nmneriT.
' rights and privilege being sitoated in the county
wi um mug ii.irrniQ-fua sate oetng subject
nevertheless to sll liens lor taxes or aw tne- ta.
general or special, which may have accrued aad re
main thereon prior to such sale.
TERMS OF IS ALB. Ten thousand M0.OO0
dollars la cash down at the time of said sale, ana
mc remainder to in raid In three is: ran1 in
stallments. ps.yat4 respective! on or before one,
two andthree years after the date of such aale
with interest thereon at the rale of six per cat
per annum; s i . deferred payments and interest
to be B' cured by coU s and by nxirtgage of ail the
landt.premises, property and franchises sold.-said
note, and mortgage to be made to aaid pe-lal
uiMicr ana tirruieo oy me nurrnar or per
ehasers and delivered t said special master lo be
cnbmitted to the court for Its annroval and con
firmation with aaid master's rtfturt of snch sale;
mm laaisaia rpec'ai ma-t- may. I' be thinks
proper, reiect any and a I bids at anrh sale-
Bated at Kock Island, Illinois, this !ih day of
FREDERICK II ASS.
Receiver acd Special Master in Chancery.
Estate of Andrew E. Johnson. Deceased.
The undersigned having been a. txirated admin
istratrtx cf the estate of Acd cw t. Ji hnson. late
of the county of Kock Island, state tif Illinois de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she will appear
before the county court of Kock Island county, at
the office or the clerk of said court, in the Citv of
Rock Island, at the April term, on the first Mon-
uayin Apru ncxt,atwaica time ail persons hav
ing claims against raid estate arc notified and
requested to attcnd.fortbepurpose of having the
same adjusted. All persona Indebted to said es
late are requested to make immediate payment
to the undersigned.
Dated this J6th dsy of F bruarv, A. D.. 18H.
HANNAH JOHSSOS, Adminutratrix.
CHAS. R. WHEELAN,
Undertaking and Embalminc;
Dimlck Block, No. 806 90th St.. Rock Island.
Having purchased a complete line of Undertak
ing goods, with hearse and armnartenncee, and
having secured the services of Mr. Geo. E. Reed,
of Chicae-o. an sxnert funeral director and em-
balmer of It years experience, I am folly pre-
ared to guarantee satisfaction.
a a mi a-- .
DKSILIVTi Ikw. I
HI. HKVK)S ar kXI asnaS
ws oris A-:VV AVTVvao CUMW i.u n
MPOVtOTIJ-rircTRIC 6EIT A SB tfltPEISOM
raarcnn 6.-jf aoxay. iiorianMiitfM
bom. t'aeeal GeawaltTC Wrakpna. f ulnf reH;. IM.SMfe.
iae. f ll.... tavTita .f rieervflT tSevuc. .11 1A
PAKTS.re,unar iktu to lir.ALTH ..4 VlMtKIH SSTCIMrrH.
B1,IH Iwpiim rlt laaNII. or forloit SV.O0S la
SSLT aa W j l ooj.wle So. aaS a. Hew aoa rato
a.eallT ur-r i.rer analko. SoaloS saaphlet r'eoa.
BaJIDFH E' KCTEJCCO.. iaaUiMtt.Co7cMICfAB.IU,
Impartn e.itltiuiut Inniorr.v , lucaeakia. Rav
moves all pnnplea, treeale. and dl-coloraUooa. tor
sale by all Orel-el... Uruirct u or maiird lor S eta.
tn atmps by
SHRf CVRf w STMIMAL, RCavOWS
I awl IftlNABT THOUsliS f 0118.
Ml(ll(-A0(l Oil MCS. ft.
STOMACH atEBtCaTION. U BUCtll
TAHITI N 6ISArr0mTMEIT,tMaa
tlv.iy r.ilo.0. ia. .oral am is -4 boars.
aa4 aoi am nt'y ear la iiva.r.. H dara
as trial bj rataxn Ball tor SI. Clrvl freo.
ncetRU ui.uu v
Sole ata. for the U.S. l89IS.STnHllltt,Io,
Te O is acknrw;-'!rnc
the lcaiin ietin.-iv :jf
Oonorrber-a at- . !eet.
The only mux remety for
1 nco r rtrat or W h i Ua
I lireaerlbe l; and ieel
safe In reo-itnmendlnf, if
V ail sufferers,
A. J. PH .SEH. M.D,
aSoleT by Irairas4aa
e .ot'nres liiji
Xl To DAYS.?
Mr J oaarawi 1 - S
f4f eaMa. amnrrs.
1 8 Tat itss Chi r-
-y aw II - a loV.
ASK TOUR OBOCKR FOB IT.
For sav by a1! nntlass Grocery dr aires.
THE TRITE LEES HC1DE.
CHICAGO. ROCK I9LA VD A PACIflC KAIL
ray Depot coroe nrt h avenae aad Thirty
Srst street. Frank II. Plarsmer. arent.
I tLtav. ItlMirt.
Council iiiaSs aV Mianeeo-
M:r5 am) 10aa
ta lay Kzprese
Kaaeaa City Day Express.
Washington Eiprme . ...
Ban ata 10:96 pa
ltliBj 11."Cfi pea
740 pa l 7b aa
Ooandl Blafia Mssaeeo-1
ta Express I
ui.a. a. ' w k l
United xZx&U TeTT M:W
EaaeaaCttr Utalted 10-fS pati :44 am
Atlantic Accommodattoa.... I MImiI t.Hpta
Ooimt west, soinx eaat. epeily.
3URUSUTON KmCIE-C, B. H. KAIL
J way Depot First avraae aad bixtecsthtt-
T vmo -
. e an
.' 7 23 pa.
. T am
.! 10:g am
bt. Loais stxpreea
8t- Loots express.. ,
8C Paul Express
tteardstown PasenTrr. ...
Way Fretrht (Monnonth).,
Sterling; fsseenger ,
t :14 pm
CHICAGO. MILWACEEE ST. PACL RAIL
way Kacine at Southwestern Division 1
pot Twentieth street, between Fust and becend
avenne, E. D. W. Holmes, erent.
Mail and tixprw-. ......
U Panl Expr sa
t Ac rorrnxxlatloo. .
BOCK INLAND PEORIA RAILWAT D
pot First avenne and Twentieth street. F.
H. Rockwell. Arret.
Fast Mall Exproas
MOST DIMCT KOimt TO THE
:East and South EasLiz
I V. mmm CD
I evotaa WMt.
I Kail Fast
and Ex. Expeeae
lv R. Xal'dar tJlipa T M pa
ar.. Orion. .It II 8 pa i 1 pa
.raabrldxa.. 1.15 pes Jpa
....Oalva.... llJAmm IM pa
..Wyoalnx.. II 16 am a 17 pa
.PriocevUs. 10. Mam 4J7pa
I .Peoria 10.00am 4.10 pa
Blooainxtoa. 8.14 aa 8.10 pa
.Springfield. 4.45 aa 11.15 pa
St.Loola.alo T S5pm T.05aa
Daevlile, 111. ( IA am 10.! aa
Terra Baste. lO.tS pm 8 IS aa
Evansvllle.. 05 pm 1.00 aa
Indianapolis. 11.15 pa 7.43 aa
. Uottisville . 1.45 pa ........
nctnnatl O T.15 paj.
I M aa
10 7 am
10 M am
a US. hn
-T " 1
II M an
a 14 la
v an o
T JO amj
Passenger trains arrive and depart from Union
Accommodattoa train leaves Rock. Island 4:45
p. aa. arrives at Peoria I SO a. a . Laavae PeorU
7:18 p. a. arrives at hock Island I ) a. a.
'.0 .90 aa
Lv. Rock Island. ..
11 00 aa!
loa I dill. I
4. Ham ltMlpaJ
ami .oo pa
and Peoria tn both dlreetloai.
M. B. stUUiW, H. BTOCIHOUSE.
Soperlntendeat. Ont Tkt. AgrtX.
J olin Voile 6c Co.,
8asb, Doors. Blinds. Siding. Flooric,
ad all kiads of wood work foe baUders.
Ela-hUentk SC. bet. Third aad Foarth area.
PHYSIC1A8 AKQ SUECLtt
b HM Trt-tfi! m& tm Grnmtaat
SKILL and SUCCESS
OEBtLfTr. twa Has.
liood. railina Mi
Terrible Dreams. Head and Bach Ache tal i
Iterfierm aadiaf as early etecsy mat arlias Caa
ratsnpttoeer lasaaity, tresaad wares ifccatiy by ere
Sanked. wh wevrruletc eacuiaa.
stVPHlLIS avaafah bad Oleo4 i
Diaeaaea permaoentlr cored.
Atav-KIONBV and UIINARTi
Gleet. Cooorrhoea, trractwre. Varicwceae
eJI tw eaies cat ehe Oeeato t raaary Oraaw caas
saoanpt'y emhM isyury ravama-li, Awaterys cr
AtyW aaperlmenta. Are aed aiyertreos
tmpartsat. Coaealtataaa bee seal eatcrrd.
eaVAU rotTerandw tarrndly ttvatte
Forty Yean' t artKwews !!- H ClatketoCoaaew
Mi Cutea in all C t.l-le Caae 4 m aia.
aa-rwfela. ntaAllta, U44or ae4 Klaa-y was.
sisa. Lrrrhaa aad I emalo IramWea. lirr
(asplaiat. aUrrh. ail tlw4. Mia aa et
No anaitrr whs t at ;le4 to rare yaa wrHe
Dr. Clarke a full biatory cf your caae. lloVa
Ut; &aadsys.toio. Ca'.l ca c-r addrrva
F. D. CLARKE, M.D.,
186 So. Clark 8U CHICACO. ILL.
TO THE AFFLICTED!
4SaWa Whyraiybas lee towraaWbsai caw aaaat
oao4ravl trf-axnea rmai t ba4 (..- raana
V J mlA ta-roaiof Tte ITrwl'hrtxuraJ t"s s
aV f faarsal truss taw ii itjCo-aaaot lar. Wt tB-
laif.a laaiiii .ia . rvrarr
Ixws of stManry. liai aawrf. me-.
trrjra t-an j inaiaqirMoos or ouser re aiaw; auaa
MIUDLtabLU MLR ZZZZZZ
Bey ead tuaadrr teoebW. oc-. ertll matt (at atotaasd
-i Tvauncsit a Sale, CWtaua nod HrtT (X UJL.
Cmttlll DltTtlfCr Kawawswt-MtaB-
na4 faaaulase whaab artaMweiy asm i
Swsaa.4 waeiai.ena raaautw eaTur aaa
taaa I inaiai-a) Srtirtw. eat Uirr eaw i
cAouare of a tot or kMorrarOuBtctt
unue TBriTureTT n
nUatC inUtlsaUII feoaUaol
ootio. f ma axav to auaa,
rmiuoif snrau wann. cmtaftlml
specific Roil et2rzrr: tnzzz
DTERIIE EUTROPHIC ZaalZZLZZZ"
fill -iiiiitu rani is as aim IntiaaaliiahsfiaTS
THE PERU CrtCBUCAL CX.. ,
U9 sTactatia SruiT. MUJIAJIKIZ, CX
THE UOLinE SAYinQS DAC1
(Charted by the LcCUrare cat TTlinnas )
MOLINE, - Il-tl-S.
Opes tmZj tm t AV. V. to I F. If .. aa4 oaTaaa
day ad neXarday Evrsutats from I is
lateral allowed on Dtiposiu at the rate
of 4 per Cent, per r.r.nm
Deposita receired in amounts of
$1 and Upwards.
Tba prtvale property of the Trnateee ta reswoa
sibat te the drpoMUm. The o&oara are proMtav
ted from borrowing: any of Its taoceya. Hiaawe
and DArrted woaen atotected by spouai law.
OfTtrama:-.W. VaaaiAcv. Freeideet; rv
raa SAMaasa. Vice President; C F. Usaaswar,
Tarrrraa: . W. VThoelork, Forer fHrlnacr,
C. r. Beaecwsy. J. Silas Leae, tt. O. Edwaiea,
Blraa Darling, A. 8. U rtctt, J. A. Keator, L.
o. tiemeaway. . nzutm.
Car l be ocu r chartered savtcjv Bak ia Sock
W. C. HAUCKER,
Ilariaf psrehased the
Property which he has had reStted for the a
tel baainesa, la soe prepared ta acosm
aodate transient fleets.
Day and Regular Boarding
at eery res enviable prloea.
He la Boso eccared la th
at the aaae place with a choice lot of Groceries,
r era pradaee a specialty.
HORST VON KCECKRITZ. 1
PsBBiau i ia a EPScaAirr.
Fourth Ats. and Twentr-TMrd 8C
AVfuctt years wrperteaoa ia teachlraV It
metOal ataaic, I enll proaaw yoa aworethiiory erttH
ieaa Iwaoas for the least saocaty of say teecha aa
aader oar snperruioa, rva each Javeaile papa.
leacners wui ears aoaey toorwer their aaae
Books of aa Oao-tkird at of aaarked aetce as
bAoet Basic to every owe. Leave order, siaalai
aathor, at ay aaaic rooaa, leui Becoad avenne,
We aaae a SDeeUrtr of taoiaa- Issraarlaaireii
teavchrrs how to IcaxA.
A dress a at Ij8 Brady 8C, Davweport. ta.
AUt. O A. VEttEEEE.
J. M. BUFORD,
Tie o'4 Fire a d TiihMrted Cocaa&tea
WSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
Sates as low as any reliable ''4a wy caa aSoti.
.oar pUrooafe Is aoilc.tcd. '
IV OSee ia Arras baock.
Uvrial aiwacan aa ewB
DSTUosatauvesiioaoBta. lar w tlliaaai.
reea. asamaH saaaaa-