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TDC AJROUD, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 18S&
Hot Water Heating,
Steam and Gas Fitting,
Copper, Tin and
Sheet Iron Work.
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and Second Avenue.
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IATXB HAN9SX.S. OAL&OKIKSBS, tto.
OHQP. ID Bsrtsttssth EU SOCX XSLAS2. ILL
stte nf Patrick Mrllonild, dee.a.c-1.
Th- iiftd.r.i-nii having baea appointed cxoci
tit if the la.i wtll Mil testament of Petnrk Mr.
:UI. lata sf th ciMittly of knrk Island, Stat,
nf III , iWrw. il, hereby gives aollr. 1111 she
ill vi-ar before the county court of hock Island
f '"U.K. at the nigra of th. clerk of .Mil conn. In
:t)f nf Hock lltiL, st lb. Nonmlwr term, on
II ' Monday In Nov.mhar nnt, at which llm.
41 1 .-nxm. haylne .lairaa aiialnst said estate kit
ti'tii'.tl and rsiinastrd lo attend, for th. purpose
i'f h.vlna tha same ad lusted.
All prtMia. tiMiihtcit In ald estate are rc
a,..! t to out iranwdiet pmint to Um an
uV'.vnod. Dated th'ttith dayof Anrit. A. tm
UkiimkT Hi Ihisii n. Executrix.
Estate of Thorn. f. 8 Hi la, deceased.
TT.nn.lrr.lKTi.rf navln he, appointed ad tain
Inr i.f in. r.iaia of TkH S. Milvis, lata of
i. manty of Murk Islaed, rta of Illinois, da's.-1.
I.rrehy riv. notic. lhl they will appeal
h -for., tlte munty ronn of Knrk Island conn
I;. ' Hi.- nir.r of lha clrrk of natal court. In
tie i n (.f H.k l.l.n.l, at tha October trrm. on
I'm l.r-i M. n.l.jr In iwt..- r. seat, at which line
l jerson. liavir-e t:iin eveinst .aid -lite
nr. n.f If rd ami requested to attenu fortuc
put"'' nf h.tinif the sain. e-IJn.led.
An pf.ut.. tndeMnt to i,M a.tta are n-qnrst.
el t.i sii. lMrorrtUt. payment to tha under.
li. d till, t.th dayof Anxnt, A. D. 1M.
F. Hir.ii.. I . . . ,
l.n .sat, miti. ( A laali.l.lrnU.r.
Notlc to Contractors.
Srnird pn(.-l. will hr r'rcirl at the rltjr
clrrk . nlTiv, H.wk .i.l. III. unill Mi.nlr.
K. l.1 T A. I lvm,at Aii'. Iim k . m.. for L'rmliiic
rr.nh rtino In Ih. rilyof lliw I.Untl, from
a itnt aifttt tit htmtri'1 ikmii fiat vt of
lh.ii..th lillil.lrr.l 1 liirip fifth l r,lh) Mro I.
rt . riOi .Him on Sir at ih hit clerk'. tilTlce
A I hula kiii.1 h4.arroaio.nirU 'ijr acn;flil
rhnk f.'C ma hlindrr.1 I. d.i.ron .H
Hin ll.l nank, .inl.lr to the onlrr o the
m.inrnf . I riti, whlrli rli.ii hre nie fa.-f.llcj
to raid ntji In ria tho ht.Mt r .hill fail to rnier
Into n.n'Mrt witn .p.el rnrrtlr.. til Trcnte
ih. wr f..f Ih. priro ni.otii.niil In kt. hid ai.d
.rririlln In I ho .ittCitlr.lloiiii. In tha OTint tliat
thr r. nuurt hall he m ini. I to tm.
t, -I. . ... A. II. llua.ino.t'Hy Clerk.
Kik Inland. Ill, Axe. s lev.
Wo are showing our
Usual line of fine
Frail Woltman, Jeweler.
W table Goods at
mi Mn;sn atesuz.
ill 40 tf .a . a wa.n amirama to atMum
prevent lrii.ii.ioa of hl.4 4ii. .kin dl
eye, arnt. and rhmalc a'.cara. err elar.. lxcre
of th- hn.i. and feet. Cram. Tatier, nail Koca
wti.ai. led .ntatton of rh Bladder. IHiwaor. of
in. . lo nw aad arnaair. nyaar.auc tneaatiT,
Scar . rn f.; in aoj forma, lb. .Sore and
I.-T.J other Utrmm of hih ar. iraeoole
dirrrilrorridirretirtA nyphi me bUnd Po'a
lt ohtrk th. lie Jarkwi'a E.T'l.h nafrfy Tab
let, -a a anr. are !.. aad U rofa fiers
K'l'-'. rn ewatacMa kvdly aoaolbi. boar
l'""". I' '4 aorh io.til.ie. mmll fi.l
1 St fd arTw'-r.. f t'j tme W IS.
A. J. a.la, raank aea a4twta , koak Ulna!
sar a. pKiii
Uoeft 6c Dctjens,
rjtinwtitiiie armitis other tinn
trietl ami wril kiiuwii Kiw Iuaur
'. anre Conipank'S tho lollowing:
Knchcut.r Orrrnn lo. Co noch.ter. N T
Wr.trbr.Ur Fir. " New York
Iloflilo Ocrnao Hnflalo. N Y
(urlneO rdon Philadelphia
Oermii Fir. Peor'a. Ill
New ll.mi.Mre " Manrhe.tisr. N II
Milwsnka. Mechanic. Mlllw.okee. Wl.
become " Kcw llaven.CoBD
OHIce comer Elghtwntli street and
Second avenue, second floor.
J M. BUFQRP,
The old fire unl Tlmc-trlcd
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rati, at low ai any rellh'e compao can affori
Yonr patronai;. i. aollciAcd.
IfL M. BRIGGS,
Real EsUte, Insnrance, Losns
AND HOUSES TO BENT.
Office 1608 Second Ave., Rook Island.
Hao on owd 40 l"t in IVtitk Knk Mind on
at. irraia; Jn.t oavldo lh. cite llt: cnod
wn'.-rtlow Utr.. and rna. iti.urai.re. Tan lota
nn tii t y oiintii nroct .nd Pirvaanth aar.no
ntm-rof alca of ptipertr la tba dip for
1HE AOVE 1ESIATS.
II ritclv ar., Mir.v I
XV ivinc titp) and mil rT-t ttf iwif.Vmnr
4 ln.1trrmof.. 1iemtnr Lfm VilalllT
rtT dinl Fat tins MmT. WaH. ff inAnltv
rntiiTiT4inT,. Cur hrf. ftl. other fatu tMi
mi kavtnc IT J. to other. Can hp cam-M In
th i Hf mail $ .MO prr pa.kar.a.K
f.if !. 1U1 a cuanuitt lo ( art or jWIiijmI
Vm Mnmr. Orv-Tj'.ar Prr-. AMna
CALUMET MEDICINE CO , CHICAGO, ILL
rar aala br V-.a3 Jk pVher and Parta
-Wo awe. areivtiua.
. IV ll7!lir70l
an4 a eler ertftne of the akin H rtrraria
Mr attained it thoao who a. Poxaoai.
f w i e" m
BUMPERS OF BLOOD.
THE BRUTAL CUSTOMS ATTRIBUTED
TO THE ASHANTI SAVAGES.
of tha Berrlbl. Detail, of th. Finally
nraaefnl Ebrta of tha Encliaa to Do.
trap tha moody Reifa of Pranpeh Told
la a Loadoa Paper.
Seventy-two years ago the first Brit
ish ezpeditioa against Kumasfii cam to
a miserable end. The slrall of its leader,
Governor Sir Charles McCarthy, was
turned into a drinking enp, from which,
if they at all behaved according to their
wont, Prempeh's ancestor and his vic
torious warriors must have toasted each
other in bumpers of human blood. The
second expedition, year ISC 3, was also
badly beaten, but by King Fever. Most
people know the histoiy of the third
expedition. Lord Wolseley's, year 1873.
Every newspaper reader has a general
idea of the fourth and final expedition.
which, without firing a shot, made an
end of Prempeh's hideous rule, on the
20th of January, 1890. The recording
angel saw at least one good deed done
on the earth that day, jotting it down
to Bull's credit as a singularly satis
factory example of his work in the
world. Those who may like to possess a
compact, faithful, most readable record
of the campaign will find it in the illus
trated volume of Major Baden-Powell's,
to which is appended a suggestive chap
ter by Sir George Baden-Powell, M. P.,
on the political and commercial position
However much we may detest war, it
is gratifying to recognize the fact that
this west African one has been a service
to humanity. King Prempch was one of
the three or fonr most appalling mon
sters with whom the British govern
ment has had relations within the last
20 years. Still, had it been merely a
question of removing Prempeb, the suc
cessful expedition wonld not have de
wrved all the enlogiura we have just
bestowed upon it When on Jan. 20
Pren.w-oh did homage to Governor Max
well, kneeling on a biscuit box, while
his excellency sat on another, it was
not merely a black ting who passed
away, but a whole atrocious system of
blood, torture and state sorcery that
had endured from immemorial time.
The name Kumassi means "the death
place. " How well it deserved its name
is made plain enough in the first part of
Major Baden-Powell's book. So numer
ous were Prempeh's executioners that
two whole streets of tho town were set
apart for them to live in. One of tho
streets was occupied by the executioners
of men, women and children doomed to
bo sacrificed. In spite of the Wolseley
treaty, human sacrifices were never
stopped in Ashanti. At the harvest fes
tival human beings were sacrificed to
tho spirits. Whenever the king made a
pilgrimage to his ancestral ghosts, he
sacrificed 20 men, hacking their heads
off on the edge of his execution bowl, a
vessel five feet acros..
"Tho blood of the victims was allowed
to putrefy in the bowl, and leaves of
certain herbs being mlded it was con
sidered a very valuable fetich medicine. "
When a great personage died, "two of
his household slaves were at once killed
on the threshold of tho door, in order to
attend their master immediately in hist
new life, and his grave was afterward
lined with the bodies of more slaves
who were to form his retinno in the
spirit world. " Sometimes the slaves, or
free people kidnaped for tho purpose,
were buried alive with the dead person
age. Slave girls were killed to accom
pany their mistress into the other world.
Great numbers were sacrificed when a
king died. When a man was kidnaped
for sacrifice, ho was gagged with a knife
run through his cheeks. These frightful
customs of the Ashanti capital were ob
served by every kinglet in the Ashanti
"empire, " Executions were decreed on
any pretense. "It is even said that on
one occasion he (Prempeh) preferred a
richer color in tho red stucco on tho
walls of the palace and that for this
purpose the blood of 400 virgins was
Wo need say nothing of the march, in
which our author rendered most excel
lent service with his pioneering and
covering corps. Tho following funny
story is worth quoting : A native runner
came in "with a crr.mjiled piece of pa
per" bearing the insrriptiou, "Major
Gordon killed 14th instant." Commo
tion and grief, cf conrse. Then "some
one discovered a faint pencil note of re.
ceipt initialed by Major Gordon himself.
and it then was remembered that a piece
of fresh meat had been sent off to him
a day or two previously with this self
same label attached to it" There is a
very good description of the last scenes
at Kumassi, including the destruction
of the fetich village and the blowing
up with gun cotton of the "great fetich
tree in whose shade hundreds of vie
tnus have been sacrificed." The old
Ashanti "dam" which prevented com
mercial intercourse between the coast
and tho interior being now removed. Sir
George Baden-Powell, in the chapter he
contributes, advocates the construction
of a light railway from Cape Coast Cas
tie to tho rrah nver. Loudon Kews.
Not Nat oral.
"Oh, yes, said the coroner, "there
was every indication that the actress
had died a natural di ath, but other
actresses insisted that it was rot possi
ble. They were firmly rf the opinion
that the deceased could not die a natu
ral death, and of course that left me no
alternative. I had to hold an inquest
Tho Eternal Pitaeaa.
Nancy Prancy Your UonmT suit is
very becoming, dear; bat why such
large clocks in your storkings?
Kitty Hardup That is to harmonize
with the machine. Yon &-e, I bought it
on very largo tick. -Pittsburg Chroni
cle. Any new or useful improvement upon
a machine, manufacture or device not
previously known may be patented.
A BOY AND A BALLOON.
Bow Bajttneaa Was Iatamatad la a
Chicago Departmeat Store.
The small boy had purchased a rubber
balloon in tlar toy department
He was tagging after his mother in
the crowded first floor of tho big depart
ment store when some one jolted against
him so that he let go of the string. The
rubber balloon floated upward until it
reached the ceiling.
The boy howled in dismay, and his
mother dropped her bundles, imagining
that some one had walked on him.
There was the balloon bobbing against
The boy held tip his hands toward it
and demanded that it be returned to
him. His mother gathered up her bun
dles and scolded him for being careless.
Then the aisle became blocked with
people who offered suggestions.
"Get a long fishing pole," said one.
"How did it happen?" asked another.
How long will it stay up there?"
inquired yet another.
A porter came running to find out
what was the matter. A dozen willing
people pointed out the balloon that rested
lightly against tho ceiling and was
shifted about by every little movement
cf the air. .
I don't see how lean get it," said
"Oh, you ought to get it for the boy, "
said a large man, who had established
himself as master of ceremonies. "You
bonght the balloon here in tho store,
didn't you, madam?"
les, sir," she replied.
"She bought the balloon here in the
store," said the large man to tho porter.
I think if you get a long window pole
and stand on that highest shelf that you
can fish it down."
It was a 5 cent balloon, but the porter
went after it as if it were tho bag of
gold that hangs from every rainbow.
lie found the pole and climbed to the
high shelf. Several hundred people stop
ped their shopping and watched him for
live minutes as he vainly poked in an
effort to fasten tho end of tho window
polo in the dangling string:"
At last he was successfuL
The balloon was slowly hanled down,
to the intense gratification of everv one
except the Email boy, who had become
interested ia a small aquarium contain
ing goldlish. Chicago Record.
COLOR IN PLANTS.
The Moat Important Coloring; Substance
Ia the World I Chlorophyll.
Chlorophyll is perhaps tho most im
portant coloring substance in tho world,
for upon this substance depend the char
acteristic activity .of plants, the synthe
sis of complex compounds from carbon
dioxide and water process, upon which
the existence of all living things is ulti
mately conditioned. Only in a very few
unimportant forms devoid of chlorophyll
can the synthesis of complex from sim
ple compounds or from tho elements be
accomplished. The function of chloro
phyll may only be comprehended when
its chief physical properties are under
stood. These may be best illustrated
by placing a gram of chopped leaves
ot grass or geranium in a few cubic cen
timeters of strong alcohol for nu hour.
Such a solution will be of n bright,
clear green color, and when the vessel
containing it is held in such a manner
that the sunlight is reflected from the
surface of tho liquid it will appear blood
red, due to its property cf fluorescence.
that of changing the wave length of
tho rays of light of tho violet nnd of
tho spectrum in such a manner as tc
make them coincide with those of the
red end. It is by examination cf light
which has passed through a solution of
chlorophyll, however, that the greatest
insight into its physical properties may
be gained. 11 sncli a rav of light is pass.
ed through a prism and 6pread out on a
screen, it may bo seen that there are
several largo intervals of dark bands in
the spectrum. The rays of liuht which
would have occupied these spaces have
been absorbed by the chlorophyll and
converted into heat and othir forms of
energy. This energy is directly availa
ble to tho protoplasm containing the
chorophyll, and by means of it the syn
thesis of complex substance may be ac
complished. Popular Science Monthly.
Who Were the Ba-qneT
The dialect of the Spanish Casque
provinces, such as we have it in the
songs and proverbs whih have acquired
for this people quite a European reputa
tion, is reajly a hideous mixture of
Spanish patoi.s Spanish, more or less
adulterated with French and Moorish
or Arabic Many of their words have a
curious resemblance to corresponding
English words just as we find in our
English slang a good many gypsy
words. For instance, the Basque word
gorry (which siguilies red, rusty, bloody,
gory), tho word gouo (gown), caenra
(school), irina (farina, flour), curritzen
(course, conrrier), du (does, from the
verb to do), letra (letter), teilature
(roof, tile), cantua (song, canticle),
boina (bouiidt), etc.
The mnsio of tho popular Basque
songs is in general plaintive and couch
ed in the minor keys. The melodies,
like the language, are a tradition as
no composers' names hr.ve come down
to us and this, again, is a singnlar
compound of Spanish and oriental mel
ody. It also confirms my view of the
origin of this interesting people, so that
I have the language and the music both
fighting to uphold my theory. Gentle
It was suggested by some one at the
late Louisville convention that women
residing in inarVf-t towns should open
tivtr ciubrooms on market days for the
benefit of the women who come into
town, that they might have a pleasant
and comfor: ible place ia which to ret
and Iuik h. If practicable, the idea is a
good one, and wonun in surrounding
places might by that means be interest
ed in suiting and working for some
thing m-jet needed in their own community.
t rrwI j a Greater Pest Ia Eaflaad
at the rreoewt Dap.
Formerly the "common scold" the
woman who made her neighbors' lives
intolerable with her raging temper, her
bitter tongue, her slaudcrs and calum
nies was found everywhere. Laws
were passed recognizing her as one kind
of criminal. There were two forms of
punishment by which she was repressed
or deterred or cowed into gentleness
viz, the clicking stool and tho brauk.
The cucking stool assumed various
shapes but it generally consisted of a
chair ou one end of abeam, which rested
on a bar so as to make a seesaw. Some
times the chair wau hang from the beam
by a chain. The culprit being tied on
the chair, the other end of the beam
went up and the chair went down into
the water, sensing the woman com
pletely. They did this three times, after
which they let her go. (
Such stools bvlougtl to nearly everv
parish. Like the strcks and the pillory,
they formed part of the furniture f jus
tice. For instance, about London, there
was one on Baak-ido with which they
ducked tho wives of the players. Tinrc
was one at Radcliffe, one at Kingst.tn-on-Thames,
and there was one which
stood till the beginning of this ct iiiury
bes-sde the great pond or reservoir of the
Apparently the chair mid the cold
bath did not completely destroy fh fe
male tendency to scold, for it was found
necessary to invent anot her punishment,
which watcxtru:,ive!y adopted, although
not authorized by the law. This was
the "brank, "or "scold's liridle." which
consisted ot a small cage formed by iron
hoops to fit the lieud, with a pjece of
iron which pressed the torgue r.nri
formed the pig. Thus adcrned, the scold
was either led or carried about the town
for all the world to see. Sometimes she
was placed on a hish scailnld. Thr
brank was ned in some places down tc
the begitiiiingff thecuitury. Itsdisnse,
its disappearance, make one incline tr
the belief thiit the scold has also disap
peared. However, such is not the casi
Tho disease or infirmity rf scolding stili
exists, but in a much mildrr f irm. The
mildness cf the modern form is main);
du.-" to the improved conditions of life.
Two hundred years ago the villagi
household was insufficiently fed; tht
quality as well as the quantity of tin
food was bail ; work was hard ; men weo
rough; husbands beat their wives habit
ually; in cold weather they were thinly
clad; in h-.t weather their clothes wrc
too thick. If there was any indulgence
possible, it took the form of bT. Tea
did not exist Children, hungry and
cold, cried all day and all night ; every
thing combined to exasperate a woman.
What wonder if, from time to time, she
lost control of herself and became copi
ously eloquent over her wrongs? Things
have greatly improved. The husband no
longer or very seldom beats his wife;
tho food has become cheap; wages have
gone up; luxuries, formerly unattain
able, have become necessaries ; the scold
is dying out of tho land because there
is so little left to scold about Phila
everywhere, in nv be prmiled 1)Tttai lady!
vxTtcrience. Thousnnd have. throtiKh
ilie same means found new lite and health.
A year ajcal wu a Hot1 and ttatplt
invalid and bavt Uen for tix jmmn. I Mottad t
1hidaof jnnr rvinadiOT curing ma but I tried
trteai and COT VUL Such MMt sliooid eoovtaca
A rnn jorit v of the women of every com
munity, suffer from nome form of
Man? are hitK'lo. invalids, l-or tner
complaint there is one nlnnlntclv nafe
nnd sure trcatment.-Wilil olive to tin-I.k-.iHt
anil Myrtle Tonic to build tip Ou
health. Price "$1 each.
M ild cone need Wild Olive atone. Severe
one. need both. Thi common-sense
ulan minents to the sene of all. iodic
can cure them?elvr at home. Kelicf
nuirk. Cures iicrmaDant. Sold cvere
Ol MpT TJC of . oth nnd n helpful.
ijAl'lrLCO instructive Tn-:itir enr
lie had of na or our pj
VICTOR HEMCAL ASS'Jt,
SOUTH BEND. INO.
MBS. M. J. SaKOKHT, Aged,
1119 TMrty-orewnib fit., Roct . r.d
IjOOT MANHOOIT '
aaailp. Quickly and Permanently RextoredV
CaxsaaaTED ExGLisa maiar
IS Eli VIA.
ItfaanM on a TH'"'
puaraata. to or. any
form cf nrrr..ua pr
traii-oor inj iwinler
cf the oreina of
eitbrr " i. cwaca
Ooforo. J exeMsifo cu. i,l
T..k.w. ai.-...i ,.r Ouais. cr
of yon"J:':l iaiwrrtion rr oecr Indulenro eta,
lHuine. ( oovulsl"". V utefalnraa. llea-Wlia,
I'.rr.ta. prer!ic n. f'.'U rirgof ti.o hra.n. ci
Memory, llearir." Votn 't.n, f cnunal V. cne,e,
Rr.r...i. v. .......... i l.nirtiiiin oermaUjrrhra.
jm i.t l'oior and Iu5j-.tcn7. wfcichil D-hJCtod.
Bl lead tCTreciit-.no um eraa-u inw.nuy.
l v..i-iT.i Wn.nn-Md. I'nrc. 1.00 a huz: C
fcii..K). Scot b ruailcn rcveij.t of price. A written
piar.iotflefurui.bed wit tjeecry $-00 order rereieed.
to ref and ttm moocj it a permanent cure m out
C Iln ...I
JH3XtlX MEBICIXB CO.. Detroit, IClch.
Ah hr at. w. nuiMm. nrrrtrlat. Work t.'ard
dy for nerTout
all nervous dis
cuses of the sea
of either aex.
jejeh a Nervoui
Failure- or Lou
Manhood. ImriotimcT. Nightly F.mnloa.YoiitB.
ful Error. M n'1 Worry, txcesaiire me of To
baocoor Upturn, which lead tuCooaumptioaand
Insanity. With erery 0S order we rive a wriv
ten guarantee to cure or refund the raooey.
Sold at $tJ per box. boxes tor . Bit,
aWlTa fWIClai CwVAJII, Ch
eld by T. U-Tacaua, drmavat.
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'I IS It
Muaa AhB aaraa caiau.
Exrcu tor's Notice".
Bstit. of AmazUa Taoraloa, at.iad.
The nadestrred hrtrtr haea apnnlwted axwra-
tnr of the-iast tn-.ll bu testamect or Amax-ah
Tfaomii s, l.te of the manly rf Koek lUnd.
rtateof II. (not, deeraaed. lierehe give rotica
trat be w,'l appear o ferw- the lont.ty roar- of
KrcK Island conate. ai the cfll -e rf the clerk of
eid coo t, ia the city of koek laant, at tba No-
emwr term, i n toe nraj jaeiway ia norev-Der
next, atwb-ch time all peranaa haritur riaiaM
atain-t said ..Lie ar. aotifled aod rrqirrted 1 1
attDd fee tb. purpose of haviag tn. Mm. "d
jua'cd. A'l i eiaou. indebted lo aaid estate arc
rtqnertrd to make iaiaitdlus p melt to th an
Uerfiireed Dated tin iti-Jx day of Aara't. A. P.. ISM.
J. a. RD. Exec. tor.
PTaTR OF ILLINOIS, I .
Roc k Islaxd corwrr. I
In the circuit conn, to tb Sentember term. A
Ondalla p. Cellos vs. Ella Baker tn atrarbmevt
t-nnnc nonce Is her-.y cirra to the aaid Klla
Baker that a writ of rtrhaint
oat of the otUee of the clerk of the circuit court
or hoc iriana coiin.y, dated the 81th day of
March. A !., ltsai. at th. soit of th. aaid
Qudal.a t'ellus. and against the estate of
the said Klla Baker fur the r-nta of lea htm
dred and twenty fire dnllars. (tl.lt) directed to
siienn: o' ,a-a noctt l.iaua craatyv which
aaid writ h.s -n-n retnrord exemted.
and an order tavinz entered of repnrd tn aaid
con tat the May term, ltOii, thereof, that aaid
cause fund e.Hiiinucd.
ow. i urrt-fiite. unices too. tha said Klla Rke.
shall pc-eonally be and appear be fur. the ..id
circuit conrt of Rock Island eouniy on the first
day of the at it term f-ereof, to be holnen at
the court hoaaa in tha city of Rock Island.
In sild county, on th. GrI Monday of September,
a- I . clve special hail and plead to the said
plrintitf'a action, judntm-ut will be rcleraa
pa-sit you, ana in favor or the said Oudalia
?. Cellua. and so renrh of the Dmn.-ne ai.
tached aa mar be aufflcient to sati.fy the said
uurmcnt and corta will be sold to satisfy the
Same. GBOKGK W. OAatni.B. Clerk.
WcEkist McKnibt, Plaiatiir Altomej.
July 19. A. 1S96.
BTAT0, ILLINOIS, I
Booa. liumi fJomrrr. I "
(a the Circuit court. September term. A. n
In r i petition of Rock Island and Iut.n lm
noil Haiiwar company to condemn rlxhi of way
Affidavit of the non-residence of the defand
tnts, Peter Farrell. Anna M. Wadsworth
William C. Wad-worth, Kale Frascr. Henri
Frarer. Josephine Pettlercw and Pettlcrew
.her hnsbamtl. havlni? been HImi In th. M
(re of the circuit court of sa d county, no ire la
urn rore nereDy (riven to the said non-resident
defendants that the petitioner died tie
,-lltlon In said court, on the chancer. .M. h.
of. on the twenty-ninth (St)) day of May, ittug, and
iucicujitii ruiDuuui issueo Out of Mtd
xmrl, ahi rein .aid in t ia now pending, ralurna
le on the first Monday Wi the month of heptaai
her lit xt, as ie by law reoaired.
Sow, nnlesa you the said nos-resldent de
fendant above named. Peter ra.r.11. anna M
Vailswortb. V.'lllUm C W.d.worth, Kite Fraser
tlei.ry Kraacr, Jowpkine Pettiarew and Pettl
ri'W,shal! pcrronany he and appear before said cir
cuit court, on tbe fi rst day of tbe next term there
, ij iw uuiut-u i rwc isiana m ana for the aaid
ttiintv. or the Srst Mondavin KeDt.mrw.. n.w,
ult-.d. answer or demur lo the aaid netiimn.,.-
oo'itlon, the same and the matters and
uirp. u ere in cbsrjjed and slated will be takea
is confessed, and a decree entered acainM
acrorUtng to the prayer of said bill.
hoc. isiana, tiu, July ss, lass.
Gkoaa W. OaasLB, Clerk.
Baa a Bcpoan.. Complainant' aoilcitan.
tn the circuit conrt of salt county, at the 8.ptem
Caroline Sontherrt. Piana Irwin. Cnm'iu
stootboff vs. Mry LaForee, Andarw J. LUht,
lorx-im i-icni, nary ninara. Km ma nartwalU c
' I.iirht. Louisa l odain.non. Lnrinri Mnrtk,-
wn, Jonn LiKhL, Robert Light, allneol Ander
on, C'hnr'es A. Llcht, John B Licht, afarthi
Lit.t. heberca Bchiiltx, WilhaaP. Lleht, Sobert
A. L'lit, Annlo Leht, Sarah M. DcaL Jane
anr nera. Emma Hoot. B. !. Ltzht. Anna A. T.I.
lott. Fltm-nt .'.ipbt. aatis K. Light, Jay W
Lipht, WiMirm lln.inberrr and William Duttn
berry. admimrtiaior cf the estate of Jor.pb
ASidavlt cf non residence of Mar. LaPnr
nitrew J. I.lrht, Joseph l.lgbt. Mary Millard.
Kmma Hartweli.C. W. LI vol. Loniaa Coddlnr-
lon. Lncinda Uodkiiison, I lha Ltirht, Rnhert
Lisht.Mineola Anderson. Cfaar'e A. l.lht, John
o. L.IUUI. nrm mi Dcnuiix, Tviiiiani tr. I.tvht,
tfi'b, it A. I.it'ht. Annie Lisht. flarah M. Tw.l
Jane Saunders, Emma Hoot, B. C. LUrht. Anna
A. T.Hn.11. Florence Light, Matte K. Llrht. Jay
it. Liirht. the ahove defendanta havina Im-r hii
in the clerk's offlce of the circuit court of .M
oonnty, notice I hereby plvea to the said ion-
resiueni aeTenuanis mat me aompialnant Bled
their bill of complaint in asl.l conrt. on th. chan
cery side thereof, on the xsth day nf May. lHta), and
uiai T.per;upuii a sum. ion. laaaea onl of said
sourt. wherein said suit is now nenrilti miiimil.'
bleontbe flrrt Monday In th. month of Sentemh...
i m oy law re?quireu. now, eniesa yon.
me saia non-resment dcrendinis above named,
shall personally be ard apfiear be for. tha raid
arrnn court on me am aay m m next term
.hereof, lo be holden at Rock l.l.na in ...!
for the said county, oa tb. Srst Monds in
septamnernexi, ant plead, answer or demar to
tbe said complainant's bill ol complaint, th. same
anu me ma'itrs ann uimrs merria cnarrcd
ana siatea win ne. taaen as conresacd, and a
decree em-t aa-ainst TO a aoconilra- tn t..
prayer oi saia out.
w. uftBttiLE. Clerk.
Koek Iilaad, IUn July 17, ISM,
WiLi.ii a MrKmnr,
BTATB OF ILLINOIS, 1
Boca Ulastd OotnrrT, I
IntbeOlrcntt conrt tn chancery, aoptambcr
A. 11. low..
John W. Johnston t. Eliza Johnston. Tranel.
Johnston, Margaret .fobnsion, John JobDstou.
buz jonu'tou, rranK Mnitn. Hamnel hmlth, AI
Mother, Mosher, Matilda Heoip,
Kemp. Josephine .tohnston. Henry Jobn.tri. J.
W. Johnston, Maria Johnston, Martha Johnston,
jonn 1.. omit-on, kii jonnsron. Anna Pitman.
rumen, r.iizanin riustrnmnus. Ash
Fltxeimmons. p.arhel Johnston, will, am John
S'on, Thomas Johnston, Nile W. biemar. Wil
liaa J'.niston guaruian of Ndes W D.emer.
minor. Ka hel Johnston. Thoma. Johnston. John
Hutchinson. Mary Hntchlnson. JoiM-nh Hutchin
son, M.rcaret Hutcbinsoa, Kohert Hnteamsoo.
Pinnle Hutcbtn.on. 1'homea Hiitchios.rti. Kmma
Hutchinson, Willtsm Hutcblrtwn, Nora Huubla
son. Henry Hmcbmron. M.rr. K. lintrtinaoa.
Matilda bmitb, Ja.ner Smith. theookiLWi, ..n.
urd.viaesof 1'homas Jotin.toa, tiuavi, the
uaknown owners of the wit ol a.i of tlte
aoutb-east quartor of section tiatu .wenty.lx
tl) In township nnml.r slxtu.,. , aonb of
ranire number two wti-t i.l the foortn r. at. in the
county of Reck 1-land and stale of Illinois. Bill
to construe and comet wil'.
To the above named oeendants. Blixa Johns
ton. Fracel Johnston, kariraret Johnston, John
J bn.ten. Eltra Johuston. Frank Pmitn. rmul
Smith. AI Morher. Mnaher. Matiioa Kemp,
Kemp. Juaepbine Jonartou, Harry J..hu--ton,
J W .Tnt.n.inn, Maria Johason. John L.
Johnston, K la Johnston. Anna Pitman.
Human. Kact.el John.ton, bum. Jobnston.
John llo'iti'ti-on. Mary Hutcblnarin, Joseph
Hntchinson Margaret llutchlnoo, Kfibert lliitch
insoo. finnto Huuehin!., Ihomaa llntcbu'in.
Emm HutcliltiMin. Willium tutr;nw,o, iia
Hbu-litnsoa. Uenry tlutchSLaoo. Mary E. Huich
lnon Ma ilda s.aiith Jam. rtmlta. tb. unknown
heir or deviaee. nf Thorn. JobnsWin. rleef&sed.
tbe unknown owners of tbe west nlf of tlie
aootheaat qaarter of aeetaoa number iwsntr-aix
(Sb). In township numlier si - tei n (IS, north of
mn?c number twofxiweatof the Fourth princi
pal meridian in the county of Mock Island aad
Afnlavlt of your no-re-ldeoea hatrlnf hae.
lied hi the efflc. of tbe ckra of aaid dreatt
coart. notice tn hereby riven to you aad each of
you. that tbe ahov larsed rrrm pl.t tram ha tied
in said court bis bill Of complaint aeainst yoa cm
tbe i hancery .--d. of said coart. and a summon.
In ehsnrerry has nera Issued la said cause
a.-ainst ynu retnrnahl. to th. atxt tar at of aaid
conrt. to be h-cu. a. d boldea at tha conn hoa
in the city of Keck Island ia said eon at y oa tb.
first Monds. in September A. l.. 1S. at whir,
tune and i-iac you will aprear and plead, answer
or demur to ad bill of c p'tnt if you ler fit.
bated at Rock Island. IUiauia, thm Sola day of
CffrMi w. Oa.xi.b. Cterk.
Switm t WaLXIa. fumplainant' eoiicitora.
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