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THE AltSUO WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2. lCCa
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Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
Cor. Nineteenth street
and Second Avenue.
BOTH OL'ASTITY ASD
mm j. bus
Buy, Sell and Manage
lropcrty. Collect Rents.
The old fire and time
tried company repre
sented. Rates as low
as any reliable company
Tint I'atroBaff U Solicited.
Office 11190. Second At.
an H.-aae S-tna
BKT T1IK BEST
I ; Gas Fitting,
, Sewer ripe.
'' All Wort aarantewd.
10S THIBD AVENUR
The rosy freshness
srd . Tr4r soft teas at the skin hi ieverla
h!r attained ry thoae aba m Pouon'i
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BY ALL DEALERS.
ail innpur.. f . ..aiiaArl l.v t.t ir-A
!nitl livt- ttiwt tiAlittfMk. rit..iiafh S
1iw..inr-s,iOFS oi appetite, nisusi
for food, coated tongue, constipa
tion, anil bilious fever if neglect-;
ad. A POSITIVE CUBJ.il found in
O. r. TtiATiR, of Anita, Iowa.i
writes: "Hiinuii.. n Vi.'. Wan.
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T. H. THOMAS. Sole Agent
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CALUMET ME0tCiN CO-, CHICAGO. ILL
fat Ml hr Musui A rakat aad Bara A
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RAT CATCHING AS A CRAFT HAS UN
Bow a St. laolaaa Captarea the Domcstlo
Vavta at FTra Cents a Bead Hi. Trade a
roAtakIa One Some of tha Old Method.
af Oattiof; Bid of the Pnky Tarminta.
There are few St Louisa na who know
that rat catching is an established busi
ness in this city. And fewer know 4jiat
considerable ingenuity enters into an
adept practice of tlie craft Venerable
housewives recall how, generation
ago, there were some queer characters
Who contracted to rid places of the ro
dent pests by all manner of means, from
ordinary legerdemain to the extraordi
nary method of the Pied Piper of Hame
lin. There were others, too, who hired
out intelligent ferrets to exterminate
rats. But the. advance of civilization
has had its effect on the science of rat
catching, and even in that branch of in
dustry mechanical contrivances have
supplanted manual work.
C. P. Johnson is probably the leading
rat catcher of St Louis. His traps are
not cheap trifles, and there are many
persons who hire him to set the con
trivances in their places, paying 5 cents
for each of the little pests that is cap
tured. The largest restaurants afford
Johnson considerable work. But the
hotels, which would naturally be ex
pected to offer a favorable field for
Johnson's work, do not figure as among
nis good patrons, lie says that the rat
is one of the most cautious of animals,
and that the meddlesomeness of hostelry
attaches prevents successful trap setting
in noteis. one big down town establish
ment was rid of 63 rats in one night.
Hoth Johnson and Henry Hem attend
to the former's traps. They make daily
rounds, setting the contrivances or dis
posing of tho captives. When a land
lord wishes his place rid of rats, he in
forms Johnson of that portion of the
house where the little animals do most
of their foraging.
For the first night or two the trap is
set there in such a manner that the rats
can nibble the bait and afterward es
cape. On tho day that Johnson finds all
the cheese and crackers in the boxlike
contrivance havo been devoured during
the night ho attaches an auxiliary trap,
into which the captive rats are to be
forced out of the view of prospective
prisoners. Thus fully 100 rats can be
caught in one trap in one night
Johnson says that ho doesn't contract
to entirely rid a place of rats. He thinks
ho "knows as much about the business
as any one else" and says that when
the rodents have firmly established
themselves in a house it is almost im
possible to drivo them out A ferret, he
says, might destroy tho nest and the
trap catch nil the rats in t ho house, but
if tho locality is particularly favorable
for rodent light neighboring pests are
most likely to move into the place.
"Times are changed," said an old
timer. "I remember when a man had
to work a sight harder than he does
now before ho'd get several pi!ces of sil
ver for 24 hours' rat catching. In those
days these newfangled traps weren't
"There used to bo a fellow living
down on the levee that knew more about
rats than a jockey knows about race
horses. Ho had a partner, and both of
them worked all kinds of schemes on the
little creatures. Theso two men had a
way of spreading bait on a cellar floor
and then sneaking in on rubber boots.
Ono of them carried a sack and a queer
pair of tongs. The other had a bulls
eye lantern with a sliding panel.
"They'd sit in the dark as quiet as a
graveyard until the rats commenced
fighting and quarreling or until they
knew the place was full of the varmints.
"Then the lantern would be turned
on suddenly, and the rats, who are as
afraid of light as I am of ghosts, would
stand stock still. Tho man with tho
tongs and ho was quicker than greased
lightning would pick up the pests and
fire them into the sack before tho little
things knew what was up. Sometimes
they'd bag as many as 40 at a crack,
but at other times tho rats would be
come accustomed to the light and scam
per away beforo 20 of their comrades
had been nabbed. "
But the science of rat catching has
fewer exponents than has the art of rat
killing. Housekeepers aro not generally
anxious to have the little animals about
them, and hence they pay more attention
to tho ways of exorcising the pests than
they do to means of capturing them.
In addition to tho time worn scheme
of poisoned bait, there are a number of
unique plans that are operated from
time to time by landlords who have lost
patience with the domestic marauders.
An ingenious individual some time ago
devised a plan of painting a captive rat
with a phosphorescent preparation and
then turning it loose. The released rat
would return to ita nest, and there its
effulgent coat would frighten the other
rats out of all their instincts save that
There would be a pellmeil fight, and
as rats go in droves the painted rodent
would run in their midst increasing
their fright and hastening their flight
Some one suggested that the little ani
mals would either run themselves to
death or continue their chase until
dawn, when, in the sunlight the phos
phorus would lose its brilliance. Even
in the latter event the little animals 1
would have left their previous haunts.
It is known that rats despise the odor
of turpentine. Some housewives, when
bothered by the domestic pests, catch
one in a trap, and, after bathing it in
turpentine, release it. This plan is said
to have almost as efficacious an effect as
the phosphorescent paint
There are some persons who claim
that belling a rat will drive iu com
rades from their nest. As a usual thing,
however, the bell U-comes detached
from the pest to which it was tied be
fore the desired cud is attained. Br.t a
strong wire is expected t circumvent
such a contingency. t Louis GIoLe-Democrat.
A Capital SpeeliB of the Speeches Stada
la Local Clectloaa,
The following manifesto, copied ver
batim from the original poster, is a cap
ital specimen of election eloquence as
applied to parochial contests: "Fellow
workingnien, gent.'emen and ladies, I
honorably put myself forward under
your very kind notice for a seat on the
Swanscombe parish council. Let me tell
yon as a man that I was the first to give
cheap meat on Galley Hill and Swans
combe and all round. I never did and
never will hurt a workingman. .When
times is good. I want to get paid for my
very superior food that I always supply,
and when times is hard then you can
take it at any price you like to feed
your wives and children and your fam
ilies from George Clinch. 'The Peoples
only Butcher' in this parish. I shall
work hand in hand with the Rev.
George Hale to bury the dead at the
lowest price and put the poor body deep
in mother earth, w here they ought to
be, and I promise that I shall sell my
meat at the same price. I shall also
help Mr. Dunbar (for he is an old Toff)
to reduce the salaries of clergymen, as
it do cost too much for prayers, and we
can go up to glory at a less price. I
also promise to do more than the last
council, for they done nothing, and as
Mickey Finn is not standing, but sit
ting down low, we can do good business
and have no Donuybrook fair at our
meetings iu fact, gentlemen and la
dies, I shall do every mortal thing for
the good of your body, and the parson
will take care of your departed souls.
I shall reduce the rates aud get rent for
the workingmen cheaper. I shall light
up your roads so that you can see them
upon a dark moonlight night The last
word I sav unto you is, do your duty to
yourselves and never mind about me.
but put me on the council for your own
sake and the interest of the men who
get bread by the sweat of their brow. "
HYPNOTIZED THE BEARS.
A Story Which Kewaome Believe. Becaae.
Apdenon I. Croas Eyed.
J. E. Newsonie is a Port Arthur Ca
nadian and Alex Anderson comes from
Pearl River. An Englishman named
Atwell wanted to get a bear, and An
tlersou tried to gratify his desire.
Newsome told Forest and Stream about
it. Atwell was the kind of man who
would like to kill a bear iu a trap, so
Anderson took two bear traps and a lot
of bait up a gnlly near Ouimet, looking
for a sign. The Englishman went look
ing for bears and left Anderson to set
All of a Eudden a tig she bear ap
peared beforo Anderson at the foot of a
tree between a couplo of whoso roots
ono trap was to have been set. Not hav
ing aay gnn, Anderson, so Newsome
6ays, determined that hypnotic force
had to be used, and that suddenly. An
derson looked the bear in the eyes, and
the bear paused; then Anderson made
three passes with his hands. The bear
leaned its head forward and its eyes
bulged out. Having satisfied himself
that the bear was properly influenced,
Anderson yelled for Atwell, but Atwell
was a good way off, and before he could
arrive tho 6lie bear's 2-vear-old and
yearling cub came out of the tree at the
same time. A yearling cub alone would
bo a pretty bad fighter at close quarters.
especially with a hypnotized mother
bear near by liable to ccme to at any
moment, but a 2-year-old cub and a
yearling both at once made a mighty
But Anderson was fully equal to the
emergency. Ho managed to look at the
bears lour eyes at once and soon had
them subjugated. Newsome says that
ho would not have believed Anderson's
tale only Anderson is now cross eyed,
which he wasn't before, owing to his
looting both bears in the eyes at once,
Bismarck'. Fateful Pipe.
Prince Bismamt is SL errant TtiTW rr,
lector, and the eem nf liispnllprtimi h
a curious history. Many years ago, as
Bismarck was strolling in the suburbs
of Friederichsruhwith his two hounds,
ho was accosted by a Bohemian peddler
aud asked to buy a plain meerschaum
tiine of the tvoo tlmt. Ri KfvmiY-lr innct af
fected. At first Bismarck declined, but
tue pcaaier claimed for the pipe a power
of forecast and fnl.l l,i., Ua
three emperors as minister, and that
iiiret? important changes in his life
would be foretold by accidents befalling
Laughing, Bismarck bought the pipe.
He has since served three emperors.
Two days before the historic moment
when he wa refused au audience the
stem of his pipe separated aud went to
pieces. Later he chipped a piece from
the side of the bowl, and within a
niODth he was practically dismissed by
the present emperor. The third sign has
yet to come. Berlin Correspondent
There are about 200 different styles
of forceps made for dentists' use, vary
ing in the sizes and forms of the beaks
and in the shapes of the handles. A
dozen pairs of forceps would probably
fill all the requirements of a single
dentist, but another dentist, though he
might use on the same tooth forceps
with the same size and style of beaks,
might prefer a pair with a different
fr.p to the handles, and forceps are
made not only to suit every need in
practice, but every personal requirement
of the practitioner. New York Sun.
System, of Law In Germany,
No fewer than five systems of law are
in use in Germany. In moving from
one place to another tourists are often
greatly puzzled when they find that an
act perftly allowable in one state is a
crime in another. A still greater con
fusion often results when the right of
property is considered.
"Why do you call her a girl of the
"Well, she comes right to the point
favooe thing.'' Detroit Tribune.
GORGEOUS AND FAST.
A Amates Skipper's EpeiWeto With
est z. i star alio vasnalaa rataaal
Summin.a, on the advantaeva nf iw.
tain places for the enjoyment of vaca
tion ana auaring on the pleasure and
excitement of sailing small boat, an
amateur skipper related an experi?nce
uii i ue Bouin snore oi uaag Island by
saying: "I couldn't get away from town
until the middle of the season, and
when I arrived at well, no matter
where I had difficulty in finding a cat
boat but after a day's hunt I found a
17 footer, the only boat on that part of
the bay that had not been let for the
it-wi vi me season, one naa a black body
and a yellow deck, with bine trim
mings, red seats and a lead colored
floor. She was a little too mnxm. f-
ruy taste, but I had to take her or have
"The bavnian that. nvenoA !
that he had been too bnsy to put her in
-onuuon rjeiore tnat time. 'She's a fine
boat. sir. and fast. too. ' be niH 'si.o'.
won every race in her class, and she can
carry sail wirn tiic best oi 'em. " I took
her, but in the course of n araoir I
couldn't get much speed out of her. She
niggca ner sail all right, and the best
fuu I had was in takim? li.r mf. in
rough weather and lotting her slash
uuuugu me worst; oi tlio water.
"One day wo had a race, and I en
tered the boat. I don't remember
whether I was the last or tho next to
the last at tho finish, bnt I know I had
no snow whatever for a place. After
ward I thonght I'd make some inquiries.
Do you know my bout. Can? I
asked, trying to get into confidential re
lations with an old bayman who was
trying to ease Mniself through the rest
of his lifetime by the use of a stout
piece of cherry.
" 'Reckon I do, ho replied, and he
tried to repress a smile.
" 'How old is she?'
" ' 'Bout ten year. I reckon.
" 'How many races has she sailed in?'
" 'One besides this."
" 'Did sho will that?'
" 'Yes, by a flnke. Tho other boat
broke down. ' New York Times.
Conldnt Be Done.
During a rehearsal at a eonntrr thea
ter some years ago the stage manacer.
in looking over what would bo required
for the play, discovered that ho would
need six cigars each night for a part
piayen by himself, which fact he eon
municated to tho property man.
" What !" cried tho economical Dron-
city man. "Six a night? Why, that will
bo 3 shillings a week!
"Eh?" gasped the 6tage manager,
horrified at tho prospect of having to
smoke the inferior weed. "You don't
mean to say you aro going to givo me
"Well," stammered tho property
man, "upon my word, sir, I can't get
them any cheaper." London Answers.
White For Yachting.
The color chosen by experienced
yachtswomen for general wear is white.
It neither fades nor spots with salt wa
ter. Exposure to the sun only causes the
creamy tone to become richer and dark
er, besides all of which advantages it is
considered more chic than the time hon
ored blue. i
Tha Ideal Panacea.
James L. Francis, alderman. Chi
cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's
New Discovery as an ideal panacea
for ConP'hs. rinlflfl unil Inner
. r p.
plaints, having used it in my family
iui tuo mat lib years, 10 me exclu
sion of nhvsician's nresnrintinn. nr
Jiev. jonn uurgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
Writes: "I have heen a rainintnr r f
the Methodist Episcopal church for
50 years or more, and have never
found anything so beneficial, or that
gave me such speedy relief as Dr.
iu b new discovery." jry this
ideal COUP-h remedv nnV Trial lint
tics free at Hartz & Ullenicycr's drug
Stone Quarries .
Sawed building stone,
Ashlar and trimmings
For cheapness, durability and
beauty excelled by none. This
stone does not wash or color the
wall with alkali, etc Plans sent
ns for estimates will receive
careful attention and be returned
promptly at our expense.
Quarries 12 miles from Rock
Island on the C. B. s Q. R. B.
Trains Nos. 5 and 10 will stop
and let visitors off and on.
Bridge stone, corn crib
blocks and foundation
stone any size desired.
Samples of Stone tod Photos of
Buildings can be seen at Room
No. 12, Mitchell ft Ljnde's build
Arthur Burrall, manager.
Rock Island or Colona, III.
will ao tt aaal a . warn aooorSing ta Sllwsttoas:
pieeattraD.miMloa of slood Swessrs. skla dis
-. aente and cbronlc alcem. nrct.re. Banre
of toe krart. .no feet. SrMBtt. Tetter. Salt Klwa
n.ti.m. tnSiauuon of the Blariorr, Diana, of
the .ones, )o:fcta and BMscle.. Kypb I ietir Inauiitr.
Scarry, Hrmf.l is man 7 form. The ahore and
a buntirs4 utlirr fnus of dif.iw .re trwraele
dimply or liKl'rrctly 10 Hr'''Httc Bmnd folMa
for a hick the Or. Jactmtl KnglLh Hafrt Tab
let la a aura prereatwivc, aa4 la a aafe Uersa
Killer, readrrnc roataeion hsrdy rmralhle, beece
Hs sle. If neglected sees ii'isl i.j. remit fs.l
1. Ma2H aBraifire. easied fl .- tlx hnca for SB.
a.;.aMaM,r sank sea Sad lsr kt . Bosk MaW
71 IMTW1 J&t
Xtt.teof A si ax lak Thornton, deceased.
The nadsratfssd hsrlas fetea sppotntsd xers
tor af tke laet erill and tesisawnt of Aaasstsh
hvi,i'..uw m iu, .oiuiij vi awe. laia.Ti.
t.te of Illinois, decesced, hereby sires notice
ttai he will sppear before tke county coon of
Keck Island coast, a', the clB cf U. clerk of
hi cuu'i. in me rtty or Ko:k Iran, at the 10
embfr t.na. c n tha Sim Monday In Korea ear
next, at which time all prnon. having rialau
atain4 aaid wt s-e notiSed sad rrqierted to
w purpose of a.ving Taa ssnas sa-
osed. All 1 eiaun. indrbted to said estate are
rrqae wa to make Immediate pij meet to the sa-
Dated this WJi day of Angnt A. T., 1SS.
J. a. Bern. Xxrcaior.
STATK OP ILLINOIS, I
Rock Isla.d coennr. t
n'?iSe elrcnu conn' to September term, A.
- - ... a urn umct in Niavrniiirm.
Paoiic mtice j hereby trlTei. to tb tumid Ella
Hlkas that aa 2 a Af . .
, . , , . '.:wi.ui itic citvuii conn
of Rock Hlsnd coan.y, dated the Slih day of
Jf'r A ,.D-' the sld
Qodalis elluj. sod againat the estate of
the said Klis Raker tor the ram of tea ban-
flfMlatlil Imasila- daa , aa . . a . .
ant nf tb nfrtMn nf Ik . .1 .-W ,.
the tharifT nf .k.I T-. ...
iid iii. h.. j":. "j"" wtuca
- - uii'DTu,in t5ti irrra oi rrcnra la sots
con'tattheMay term, lass, thereof, that said
. - " mnjira, me wo alia Baser,
; r-""-"l mum p-;r uriure in. .aid
ctrcutt co'itt of Rock latand county on the Brat
J Mir in a. term .fjoi, Itl D. COIden St
the court bouse in the city of Koch Island,
1 n iwaai ... k.ii ..j .1 . . . . :
..lDtifTe nctfno, judgment will or entrre
mtn.t yon, and in favor of the said Uadal!
' 'a! In. miA k. a. .1 .
RrhMl a a maw tu an M
-" " . .-a l in j i iic asm
tidsment snd cotta will hr antd tn Mii.r.
McEsibt A MrkaisT, Plalstia". AUomeys.
July is. A. D 16M.
v n. i . itaaDLa, -.TierK.
6TATS OF ILLntOlB, I
In the Circuit court, September term, A. D.
Iu r-J natltioa nf Rnrk 1.1mI anal Sa. iti
..a... w ojui. w nniacBi real or way
Afflda-ii of the tian-reetdence of the defend
nt. Pewr Fsrrell, Ann. M. Wsdrwortb.
Miiau. -mi..oni, asie rrsser, Henry
I ... hM.ha.nrf. I . a? .1 . , . .
- "V ine cers-s or-
ne of the circuit tour! of sad county, not ire t
hen fore hereby el-en to the said non-rc.1-dent
defendant, that the petitioner lied tia
a-. m. wn m. vuaacery .hoe uwre-
of.on the twenty-ninth S day of May. ItM, sad
rourt, wherein .aid suit la now pendine. retoma
ble on the first Monday In the montk of estem
ber neat, aa i by law required.
Now, anises yon the mid noo-fetldest de
fendant, abo-r ramcd, Peter K..r.M. Anns
"I'sdawnrtb. William o W.dswonh, Kata Prmer
Henry Prmer. JuaetaiDe Petiisrew a.d -PetU
a - .. ti'ii.nj K uu appear neioremia e;r-
cmt court, on tbe first day of the nejrt term there
of. V be holden t Kork Ulacd in and for the mid
. ' ' " v -.ft .u,lM I" OfJ-l-OlDSinflLlllO
bHlO. MIIBIir n, iMiu k, Ik. ..11 a.l.l .
petition, the man snd the matters snd
mm. 11 crein cosrgea sna stated wui be takes
a.vniiCT-c,HaV uecrre ei.ierea apsinst SOB
aocordlns; to the prayer of mid blu.
Viwli 1-1. .1 .ll 1 .. I a. .
" .-IMia, .11., n 1 7 in, ln, -
Oaoaas W. OassLB. Clerk.
Baas A BcrowM Cvmplataantn Soiteltors.
In the circuit court of said eoasty, st Ike Bsptem
rarnliti- Snnth-il Ttl.n. - !.. M ,.
StuothoO ra. Mary LaForgc. Andrew J. LWhU
Joseph LiKht, Mary Millard. Km ma nanwellT C
w Licht. Loaimt'oooinnon, Lsaadn Badkin
eon, Joan LiKht, Kohm Luru. Mineola A Oder
eon, Charles A. Lli;tit, John B. LiKbt, Martha
Litrt t. Heheeca Hchnl'r.. William F, Lteht. Hobert
A. Lixht. Annie Light, esrsh M. Deal, Jane
. - ' . u L. Anna a. i ll
ho-t. Klorence l.iu-bu Matle K. LlRbt, jar W.
,iniii, n iiuani liiMnniiry t.j Vk-'mam Iuin
brrry. adnlnirtiatur of the estate eat htnvh
A .n.vil a.. - A u.. . wm
Andrew Z. Llpht, Jiixph Light, Mary Millard.
B-aana 11aa.aa.ll . n 1 1 i . ...
""n. anii-n.-i'. v. " , laiKui. iiouiae UKiaiOK
Km. Loctnda Ilodkinton, John I.lht. Bobert
-..a", aaiuwi. nu-.iaj., VilUkTI-a. rt.. ftllVIlL, JOOC
B. Light, Rcheoca Brbult William V. Ltcbt.
Rob. rt A. Llfbt, Annie Ueht. Barak . Deal
Jane Saunders. Bmuift Knot, B. C Lleht. Anns
A TallKill. Florence Light, Matle K. LiKht, Jar
W. I.liht. the ahore defendaoU baring been filed
nthai.aw.i..a. a. K .1 1. 7 V .
. . ... . . . "iiiuv v, mi, kinuiL raun Of SBM
eoumy, notice Is hereby given to the mid non-
enairll.nt itafMnaal. tha Ik. .. I -1 . . .
. L ... . . voniVlWaBDl .IM
t hl 1 r hill nf ma. ..lam. (a a.i. . .
. . . ... w,ia vn ana rman
cery side thereof, on the -Sib day of May, lsus, sad
- . . a. ""-'. a in.ni uni I'l ,.g
eourt. wherein mid suit I now pendlnn. returna-
-iv vu uk ar-t aauuuay iu kue aonui or September
---i -- "j 7 .iiTcii. nw, .mem you.
the mid non-rmldent defendants shore named.
' pciTMiajir trc .iiu appear oerore tbe astd
eitvillt AAaivt aa tha ial ... . .
.. w-.. ir .in ay yjt toe BTSl 10110
thereof, to be holden st Rock Island In sad
for the said count-, on taa first Mi day .
.. .. .-..a. a w.u in tA-aipiBlBIa IBO BW
and tha mauers snd tklncs iberein chareed
anal atatu.l ul h. ..W - . . 9
" -'I " MaU -a, IWUIH-1, .00 .
decree entered against rot sccordlne to tke
limtt rvf a.! Kill m
uiukui w. OAMBLH. CUrk.
Book Island, 111-. July IT, ISSS,
BTATB OF ILUniou, I
Book Islass CotnrrT. "
In the drcult court la chaser rs a-n.
John W. Johnatoa m. Klira lnh.nn. rM...
.uuusiun. aaarearei rfonnmon. John Johnatam
Bliza Johnston. Frank Smith, Samsal Savllh. Al
Mosher, Mosher. Mati'.da R-mp,
Kemp. Josephine Johnston. Henry JohnMnn. 1.
W. Johnston. Maria Johnston. Martha Jnkkitna.
John L. Jobnston, III la Jotinstrm. Anna Pitman.
riimsn, hllzaix-tb Piuslmsaoas, Aah
Fltssimmoiis. hathel Johnston. WhIisib John-
ton. Thorn aa Johnston. Miles W. Dir-mer. Wil
liam Johnston ruarolan of Kilra W lHemrr.
minor. Ha bel Johnston. Tboma. Jotinatrsji. John
Hutchinson, Mary llutcbinsoo, Joseph Hutchin
son. Margaret UntcbiasiMi. Kora-rt Hutehtneoa,
1'l.nle Hutchlnxm. 1 bomaa llutcnlnem. Bmma
iiuicMnson, wmtam Hutcnitisou, norm Bnt. bla-
aon. Henry Hu cblnson. Btary E, Ualcbilraua.
Matilda bmith, Jat e Smith, toenakicwa Sens
or devisees of Tbomaa Johnston, t ..ita.au, the
anknown ottnrnt of tbe weit ot . iatk,i ,r the
aotith-eaat uartor of section vi n.iaw .tte.tysli
kH) la towaship numlr sixttvua north of
range numbt rtwo west of ths fnsrlb r. M. la the
county of Keek Island snd stats of UluaOU. Bill
to eotistrue end correct will.
To the at-ore names de'ettdants. sltra Johns
ton, Franet Job'.atna, Msrcartrt Johrston. John
Jobnston. RIIm Johnston. Frank Smlta. Mmael
Smith. A I Mosher. Mosher. Matilda Heron,
Rem p. Josephine Johnston. Henry Johns
ton. J Johnston. Maria Jonas-ion. Job. L.
Johniton, E'! Johnston, Ann. pitman.
pitman. Kar.hrl Johnaton, I hrrmas Johnstoa.
Job. llu'chmsan. Mary ttotrhlnaon. Joseph
llutchlnaon Mamret liuiclilnsoa, Kotrert Ilutek
Inson, Plnnie Butehiiiene. Tboma Hnlrhiaeoa.
Emm. Uotrbiuaon. William IITtrinsna. Kara
Hntrhtnaoa. Uenry Butch'bson. Msrr B. Hait-b-tn-on
Ms lids f m!'h Jamm Smith, ths unksowa
kelrs or deriaes erf Tanmm JalitHHna. ai.
the snknown owners of tbe west half of the
southeast quarter of seruloa aamb-r Iwearv-Slx
(, la township nnmhrr sl.tern W aortk af
range n.mbrr two (si west of tke Fourth princi
pal meridian la the coanty of Bock Island sad
A In dam of joor noT.-re.idetvm harlnf neea
lied m tbe office of ine cler. of Hit dreolt
conn, notice Is bereb- giren to rem sad aark of
ytu. tnu toe aiove nar.ee eompt.in.nt has Sled
te raid court his bill ot romniaint arnt.t m mi
tbsrhajyerysaaf sstd cnart. and a semmoas
m cbancerry has nean lssu-d la .aid cause
sminst yorj returnable to the next term of aaad
court, to be b-gutstd boMes at the court boat a
m tne city of flora isiana la said eon rtty oa the
first Monday In S-stemher A. D.. Ism, at which
time snd Place yns anil atrpear aad oread, answer
ar demur to said bill of c wp alat if yon see fit.
Dated st Rnek Island. UUsois, this SStk day of
J.iy, A. D l-..
tcnnaa W. O.bbi a. Clerk.
Swantrr A Wat-Kka, tasaplainant's solicitors.
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Dally except Sunday.
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To the East via tho
R. I. & P.
Lt ta. trinavrt
110 ami luOpm
Perry Street depot
Lv Rock Island.
T it) Bra
7 10 am
s SS pm
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L Rock Island. ......
Twentieth M Depot
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Ar t'inr.lnnaU..... .....
Ar Dayton.. ...........
10 20 om'
lit 11 ami
Ar Msttoon. ..
Ar Tana Banto .......
,11 40 pm
THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Peoria earry throngs,
coaches and sleeping ears ob Bight
trains to prinoiple cities.
Gea. Ticket Agesi.
PTJEIT7 A5D EXCELLENCE
IS TBI MOTTO AT
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Importer aad wholsmls dme.
Years vf aatawkmca end Iks
ksatof fmii 1 aa.
Re's K1C-K18 Third Arc. nvrrneiiwy.
aatewah8tVtrsl tt IM
tmri Ml miB,
Am a CiM tt Vacs,
am. hi BsUlrt.
Siding. Flooring, Wslnsooatlnjj
lbth BUeet, bet. 4tb aad etk arsnans.