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TUB AKOUK.SaTjURDAY, AUQpriT 28. 1897.
THE AliO US.
J. W. tOTTU
TSbUIS-lhkiri. M emjmper eek. Weekly,
AM eaaealea1eae ef pa nabier
Mel M be armbsd ear arm
la Back lalaad eeaety
Satubdat, acoust 88, .87.
. Whbtbeb UllaoU It a republican
' or democratic elate, it ought to free
Itself I ram gmnr rele tbraah either
party. Peoria Journal,
Thi Buffalo special pnlieeman who
t ft reed President BfcKlaley back at
the entrance to Camp Jewettwas
eTideBtl brought up in Fulton.
Notwitbstabdibq the restoration
of confidence and the arrival of pros
perit. there are 10.000 empty store
rnooii la New York aed about two
or three thousand in Chicago.
Tholsabds of bushels or cherries
hate rutted on the trees In Oakland
county, Mich . the owners not being
willing to piok them when the fruit
commanded only SO cents a bushel.
Jon VYcatbbook. a bachelor farm
ing it lire miles north of Laport,
lac, and 40 years old, htd never
seen a railway carriage or street oar
until he visited Michigan City last
Fbsd K. Bastiak, of Fulton,
should take hie new order of armed
Woodmen Defenders" before the
next M. W. A. head camp meeting end
see how they will fare. Ia the mean
time he might bring the Defenders"
to no ok island on an excursion.
Thfw will be guaranteed an enter
Wusm a committee of SteubenvUle.
Ohio, clt sens called upon President
sacAiniey ana askea bis ad r toe at to
the selection of an orator for n local
centennial celebration, he told them
that Webster Davis, of Missouri, was
the foremost orator of the day, and
to secure him by all means. He
meant tncioremost republican ora
tor. There is also Champ Clark, of
Tub desnar'ata and oalMttunmii
duet of tha Fulton nectnla Thnrulia
night In looking the Woodmen clerks
In their office and turning back and
aeieyiog a messenger witn the
United Statee mall, to ht nothing
of the holding np of passenger trains
going turougn tan town, constituted
the natural result of unrestrained
lewlessness. It is but n question of
a. I IS . t
time, ii a aiop is not put to the an
tlos of the Fulton desperadoes, when
they will be wearing broad brimmed
hats and riding nntraiaed bron
chos np stairs into the Woodmen
The Washington (D. C.) Post, an
Independent reDnblicaa nawananar
talks sensibly ss follows in relation
to the depreciation In the commer
cial value of silver: "The mints of
the eivtllsed nations are dosed to
silver, the same mints am ooen to
gold. In this way the only thing
ton nun money or any metal is
bestowed upon gold and withdrawn
from silver, la thia way gold ac
quires a ncuiioua ana artiuoiai worth
and silver is rednoed to the standard
of. Ms esssBtial niafolnsss. lathe
same way, were the process reversed
were the mints closed to gold and
open wide to silver would gold
. depreciate - and silver become
mom. -valuable.' 'Yet the''mon
omstalllo orators. . and editors,
' the Bhraffranhare and - tha haort
line enthusiasts, go ahead upon their
Insatiate and vociferous way" as
: though reason had vanished from the
earth and, tan people had nothing left
'iTMNHTi(aiB aua , poppy oock.
It eaeme to ua tha mnat ' hwu.1
salt Inrsgisfibls that silver bereft of
Its attribute, should depreciate In the
mersei. use gold, it has bnt n lim
itea adaptability, it cannot be ap
plied to any practical purpose. It is
not snsoeptlble of conversion into
implements or hnsbaadry. into ma
chinery, into tools, etc. It is onlr
fit for ornament or for anlnaoa into
money. Robbed by legislation of its
i a . -
inner quality, us range oi usefulness
eSBaasei M. Til lane.
2 P iaaM.aiiiThii?
ia aadiy narrowed. We do not ask
the mooometalitt shriekera what be
come of gold under like circum
stances. It would be erneLM
are Will Par
New York World.
The average advance of $2 a ton in
the price of structural steel reported
from Clevelaad will go into the eoel
of new buildings and thus into rente.
Not n cent of it will eo into the
Ueited States treasury and unless
foreigners are encouraged by the
Dingier bill to move to the United
States, Amerieaoa will have to pay it.
ana as much more as the etructual
steel combination feels able to add
The romplete novel in the Septem
ber issue of Lippiucott'e is
Weeping Ferry." bv Margaret L.
Woods It le a sincere, simple and
effective tale of Eoglish country life, I
recording the honorable out passing
love of a squire's son for an ex-ser.
vant's daughter, and the sad result
thereof. Mrs. Woods (who is better
known at home than in America)
wields a firm. greefol and entirely
competent pen. Every line of her
work is true to nature. There - are
many other entertaining features.
voder's msgsztno lor September
contains some special featurea of
timely interest. Among these may
be mentioned the contributions of i.
T. Wills, who writes of Women in
Religious Ministry" ns a develop
ment of the past half century; Joan
na R Nichols' article on "The Neces
sity of Co-operation Between Seamen
and 8urfmen in the Life Saving Her
vice," giving many points on ship
wrecks, with ample illustration from
photographs; and Calvin Dill Wil
son's paper on "The Superstitions of
the Jews," which tells of the queer
side-beliefs of the Hebrews. The
notion of this nnmber is bright and
new nnd varied. Carrie Hunt Latta
continues her tele of "The Tempta
tion of David;" Tom Hall tells of the
woes of "Forgotten Hawkens;" John
A. Conwell snnplles a quaint Orien
tal story, and Albert White Vorse
relates tha exparlences of a sedate
individual - who ran for office on the
woman suffrage ticket. The illus
trations of, his antumn issue are
very plentiful and original and apply
with, pertinence to the subjects of
Jnlien Gordon (Mrs. Van Renssel
aer Crnger) has used for her lsst
novel a study of New Tork, Newport
and Boston life, which promises to
be read with wide interest by all who
a -a interested in Amerioan fathic na
ble life. No one knows the society
oktbese three centers of fashion bet
ter than Mrs. Crnger. From her
girlhood np she has had every oppor
tunity to observe, and we have had
no American woman of more brilliant
powers, not only of reading the hu
man heart, bnt of putting her
impressions in delightful fashion.
A charmingly fresh Masssohusetts
girl is sacrificed in her youth to the
ambition of a "rich marriage." De
prived of love, she throwe herself
Into the raoe for social leadership.
and we follow for 20 years, with ever
increasing interest, the eareer oi this
able and beautiful woman as she
captures outpost after outpost, fail.
ing in Boston only to change her
base of operations to Eogland. and
then attacking the main works of
tna enemy at new xorr, ana so an
to Newport, and finally beholds the
ospltalation of Boston itself. The
first chapters open in the September
Theosophy (published by the Tneo
sophioal Pnblishiog oompany at lis
Madison avenue. New Tork. price so
cents; oners unusually varied read,
ing in its September nnmber. "The
Power of the Imagination," by Dr.
Archibald Kelghtley, the well known
scientist of -Cambridge university.
England, is a profound nnd interest
ing study of this extraordinary fac
ulty, a. oeanurni reproduction of n
drawing by the famous mystic and
artist, H. W. Maehell. with a short
biographical netioe and portrait of
the artist, will make this issue
peculiarly attractive. By per
mission of Miss Katharine A.
Tingley is published an interest
ing letter sent to her by the Indo
Amerioan Theoaophioal aoolety at
Benares, which was organized during
the great crusade last year. A new
feature la introduced under the title
"Bokratlc Club,? by "Solon." where
in many knotty philosophical and
oocalt . p ilnts are discussed.
Basil Crump continues his series on
"Richard Wagner's Music Dramas,"
specially illustrated by R. W. Mach.
all; Charles Johnston M. R. A. 8., the
ealebrated orientalist, gives a further
Installment of "The Renunciation of
Buddha;" Dr. J. A. Anderson tells
Why I Believe in Reincarnation;"
Prof. Alexander Wilder deals with
"Tha Teachings of Plotinus." "The
Screen of Time." by the editor;
"Science Notes," by ao officer of the
corps of engineers. U. 8. A., and
"The Literary World." complete a
nnmber which has rarely -.oa ex.
Col Ge-r.- k . Tirlre. Jr. eon
ttlbu ! lrne'. jt .tine for
Snptaautar an erhtaW ua 1 ne Clean
ing of a Great City" that " readers
who ha vnoc carefully eons Jered the
abject will be aimply a revelation.
Reciting the story of kia own expert
snoe as commissioner of etreet clean
ing la New Tork City during the last
two jean and a half. XL Waring
demonstrates that it Is qnite possible,
at nomnarativalv small mat tn
keep the streets of a great city as I
clean and wholesome as a well kept
Bouse. Aaa no faraaehlnw In ita
physical and moral effects doea he I
show the pnblie nleealiaaaa or . 1
olenaJlneea of city to be. that it I
should seem that the most immedi
ate means of makleg a signal reduc
tion of misery and crime in any city
ie a general improvement in its
street cleaning. The article ia fllnn
trated with special drawings show
ing the different operations in im
proved etreet cleaning. Another
article that gives novel as well as
timely information is an account of
Ufa in the Klondike (tola news.."
by n man who has himself had an im
portant share in it for years past.
Other features of the number are
a strong ballad by Kipling; abort
stories by Robert Barr, William Alien
White and others: a series of lit
pirtraits of Henry Clay, most of
of them newr before published; end
a paper by F. 6 Kenyon. of the Brit
ish museum, showing what recent
discoveries at ancient manuscripts
have dene toward answering tha
question when the four gospels were
SOME SHORT STORKS.
He has been in town upward of a
year. A man would naturally form
qil'e an acquaintance after being in
a city the sise of Rock Island that
length of time, but it is safe to vetf
tare the statement that the individ
ual in question ia not on speaking
terms with a half doaen people in
When he arrived be took board
ing and lodging with a family in n
quiet neighburfaond. He had not
the appearance of aoeiabuity, but
the people with whom be made his
home thought he would become more
congenial when he bad been there
awhile. They were dissppolnted in
this respect. He grew colder ia-
i-lend. ad always preferred to be
alone. He would arise at a season
able hour, breakfast and leave, re
turning promptly t r dinner. He
would uo again after the noondav
meal, and would be on hand at 6
sharp He would go out for a few
hours in the evening. He re i ed
At m'-als h rarely spoke to any
one. He remained with the family
re vera! mnnth. Never n oross wird
passed between him and the b 'ant
ing mistress. He always paid regu
larly. His room wns always neatly
kept. He bad but little bggage.
Ooe dav he wsa asked what he was
NotLiog." was the cold reply.
"Are you looting for work? '"
The Interview here ended. He
1 ft his boarding place shortly after
ward and eerurtd new quarters.
' He I a man of probably 40 years.
with dirk bair and mustache. His
clothes are always neat His eyes
have a far-away and frightened p
pearance. For h-urs at a time he
will seat himself in a remote spot
and gase at peoersby. If anjone
noticea him he will cast hla ryes
right and left like as' if he was pre
paring to make a dash tor liberty
He becomes very restless when
watched, and aa aoon as he ia alone
wil move on.
He has came to bs known as the
Pro'eesional pan-handlers." for
want of a new story toeing, are a- tk
ing sympathy aad assistance on the
strength of representing themselves
to be striking coal miners
Several nf them have been operat
ing aiont the city the past few days.
They atop people, and insist on them
hearing their tale, a' d if one ktepe
on walking ana relates to listen, in
snlts are hesped upon him.
One of them Interrupted a party
of gentlemen in front of a hotel He
told the old, atereotyped. haid-luc
s.ory of being ' broke." hung y and
with no plaoe to sleep He was
given a somewhat cool reception, the
gentlemen keeping on with their
conversation, and pretending not to
be. cognisant of bis presence. Bit
he was not to be turned down. He
bad just enough liquor under hi
vest to be nervy. Sj he kept on
talking.' Finally one of the piry
turned in his chair.
"What do yon want, anyway" the
strenger waa asiea.
"Friend." he began. "I'm a rail
roaaer; oeen out qi worn lor ; ix
months; haven't an acquaintance in
the town; no money, and. an empty
bread basket. Just give me enough
to bay a cop of coffee; now do, gen
tlemen, piesse no.
"Oh, that's a pretty cheap story.'
aaia one. ana me conversation was
returned. The beggar heaved a sigh.
ana alter suing up nis audience
few seconds resumed his story. His
voice trembled, and all he lacked
was an onion to prodnoe tears. He
became tired eveatuslly, however.
aad started away, giving as a fare
"Oh. you're a pretty cheap gang
oi suns, an v way." abis waa acoom
panied by a atrlag of oaths. He only
went n nau d:ock wnen ne stopped
Friend." he began. "I have been
out of work alaee the coal strike be
gun. I have a wife and five children
who have nothing to live on. Now
all I ask you is to give me a amall
fiece of money to aeep me alive, aa
must try and get work and earn
money to support my family."
"A atriking miner, eh" answered
the man. who became a little inter
ested in the fallow. Let's, when
waa the atrike inaugurated?"
Oh, that'B been quite awhile, you
know. Say. friend. I'm "
" "I aay when"
"My home is down nt MaasUioa.
Ohio. !U ji n
"Good night, air; yoar work is a
iittu aoaraT v
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My.Ji- run- areinenewaner-eintieT
tlOOU S PlIlS pills, aiU lifc-esUou. ttc.
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A conple of young men who ride
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witn tneir Dikes oesiae them.
One of their friends said they were
being hauled .out of to n for the pur
note of practicing the brother act,"
in toe performance of which they are
yet a little uncertain. Tney at
tempted it in town, and the result
wae a smashup every time, and it
had always been an occasion lor nn
item in the paper.
So the young fellows determined to
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and birds would see them, and not at
tempt the "brother act" until they
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Sven Hoin, the Swedish traveler,
laughs at . the idea that China could
jver be persuaded to attack Enrdne nr
America.' The Chinese are convinced
that the soldier's calling is low and
brutal and do not care to bis conquerors.
The Glascow Sabbath School union
baa durine the last ten rears kwum &
very powerful body and now counts in
its memoersnip over iu.uoo Sunday
-T3 avap am
of Um Clot tor
WBTfBtTJlTt . - - . .7
and prepare! aaaer las swam i
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iWetvsaa SnrtVBl TSavA. Bata M A
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bmms a "
XlAS'ilAUSn iX mss a
a S'ssyrsn. two eee,aee.
a xaaaas. saw a coat eva.
"-Thnrsiay. Aug. 26
Buam every 4 ay at SU.S-Bany
akt at 8:Sa A I vtbafa aia fiaaaa.
UK. DAS A. BTtURr
The oaly gsaalua nictates Mtradke
At Cataoa City, Sav, March IT. US7.
FsV ef arsts ao Broeraml, r at Rim Rm.
X 1 1 UIDIUUO.1 UOil UBs !
Atasraeya at Law.
ever Kxeo A htatau
oa Mala streak.
Attorneys at Law.
J. J. BOACU.
A Money M Law.
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WM. U LUDOLPH.
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Moon? to Loan. Geaeral Leral Baet
atm. Notary Pabtte. IWa KssaaS ava
aaa. BatorS Woak.
a n. swaanav. a a. waian.
Attoraeys aoe CeaaeeUora'at Law.
CHABLK8 J. 8EABL.E,
ConnceUor at law. oaee a court
MaRNIBT A McENIBT,
sjoaey oa rood aaeamy: make
eouaetioaa. Bafaraaea, rTmhiU
C. U SILTIS.
Over Krell A Math's. I7IS
DR. J. D. DNAMOST.
'ee, Booai m. Whltakar moak.
r TalrS aaS Braay aweaia. Dar
N. T. DENTAL FABLOBS,
lit B. ThlrS St.. Daeajort.
For pmta)aasflQ1n wl'tt tae eteewte
eataphoaa. Falaleaa eraatla. all
work at oae-ealf the anslstloae
Gaaraataew lor M yaaas. m-
JAMES P. HTJBBELL.
A real Met aad-BaaarlateaSsat.
J. MtteaeB Lyase holMlaa.
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A large stock of ...r,... - O The largest stock
Furs also on yoarfCrt T6- Q of Gloves in the
hand. 0'nfid!H sntl O three cities to se-
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All aiads or naraaawr
OFFICE AND SHOP
BMata of Chrirlne Baachar. Surims.
Tee eadefalgaed haTtac Iwaa aptmnt.4 ad.
etamraior o Ua erata of Chrtatlsc
ancaer. lata mt tha eoaat of Horh kat4.
a of llllnol.. dtcNM. b.k, rim moUel
thu h wUI appear before tha aonatt "wnrt of
Much blaad eoaaty, at tb. font ty conn
riow. la tha cltr of tioefc talmori. i1k..a..
cmb r tein, oa the Irat Moeday la hejitraibrr
amnalsalS aatat. r.noti4BTj -
atiena for tha parptwc of heti tkc w A
lastad. AU jmou lad.lHa mu mrm
Safta4 10 stake IstaMdlate payawatu the aa-
Dated this tM Hv Jaly a. D , isvt
auraat Bcacasa, AdaULlstrator.
of Kllm Bit tt. aM4
The inlaw lied b-vlaa aaaa auaolaMd araea-
tnr of the MMt wU and imia' m of Kltaa
mwy, iai o, ta. naiy or Huca lalaad.
suta of llltuHs. aeeMd. botsb vtm mourm
that ha wUI appear befjrr ths coenty eoait ef
Bock I'aad coaaty. at the eoart ma ef
said eoart. la tha rtw at anck li iiu u ,k
October ten, ia thr SralMnadar la Uetibar
nan, at woiea tnas all pmoaa haTtac ctetM
aaalaat said aatau are aoUSnda-id rrawauA ti
aitaad for tha parpeaa of baviBy the hm ad
awA AQ inoa ladabMd to aaid eatata an
to am latawataia paanat to tea aa
0.1.4 this lSfli da w Autn-t, . D. ttW7.
BoaiBTw. Ucrscni, Bseeator.
. vAAmlniatratorlB Notiee.
BdaU of wnilsai Ltf r.y, deeesfed.
n aattislaesd havlae bM imhiM
aloktrmtilx uf the eiat of Whliam Laf
of tha eoaal of Moah I.Und.
state of Iillnola. diem an a. aarrbr eia aotloa
hat aba will appaar bafora Ihe euaaty ciart
of Mock lalaad eoanty. at tha eArw ef la cerk
'tsald eoart. ta the cttr of Rnch fslaad. ete
aen, at which tlaM all pewuaa aavta alalaai
ealaatsald astat. araaocierd aad rq i us lo
-vMma. ror toe parsaas of aanaf tha aaaa a
All peraors Indebted ta aa'.d aatata are l
qnoatad to awAe laaaadlata payawat w ta. t
OatatfthlaaiHh dar Aaratt. . T..taT
ELiZAsrra LtrnarT, AdmlnUtfatrls.
tTATB OP ILLfwoio,
Boss bun Caravr, I
la tha circuit, eoart. feptei-bcr lena. A. D ,
mtwri KsIbts Johai. Ktla
ASMarli of nno-fmtdenen of the above uacl
aeinraant. dona a,,ia. nanre area Sted la It.
elora, rfBe of tb. rir att eott of eald roaaty.
aotlc.w thrrrfar brreby frhw. to th estd Iran
iveident d.fanat thai, tha nauUnut as
her till ofeaaplalot in ad eoart, oathcrbfm-
cery in, tDaor. oa tb. 41 k Hat of Anfart tw7,
aad that thoreapoa a nmmon award oat f said
eoart. whanta eM salt hi aow wndtDC. ,etara
aaht oa ta. third Monday la tha awnia of Sea.
teaiBcr mtx'. aa la br la. n-auliMl . Now, ealeM
yoa. the raid utm rrrim.i d-fendsat above
eswod. ahali paroeally hj and appear brfora
aale clraait eoart, oa tb. 1m d. of tha wtt
na taafeor. ta no koioea at Kork la and. la
and for tb-. raid ciaet-. aj iba ibltd ll
la et.tenhrr trst acd plerd, aawrr or de
r to tha raid complainants bill of cob pitta I.
lbs strne and the aucr aeo tbinsa tbereia
charged aad rtabd will be taAea a, rTmii l.
aad a da-rt mtorad aclaat tea accord ax to the
prayer of said bill.
6BOBOB W. SAWBuB. Clark.
faah 1aaa4. Ill- Aofo 10. IStT.
wuxiaa L. LOD-ajB, Cotaplali.SBt'e aoUcttor.
STATB OF ILUHOIS I
Boca IrLaaa Cocktt, (
t . the OwnnH asaui. to tha Bcpteaiber tem
IS ft la chanerrv.
A 'Ice. Mahaa ts. Clk B Slabaa
m Bdmvlt mt ! ,.i.in. ,i, tm :ia b S
ban, ihe abore camrd d,f.odM.I, hariaa
beca tied la tha tltl'i oBee of tha ew
eall crrnn of said eoamy, aotler t tborclon bara-
wy (iTea ta taa aaia an-MMin aeraasa
'hat tha eoBuiaauat Slod hrr bill mt tm
plaint In aaM court oa tha chancer lda them.
of oa Um l(Xk day of Ai(it. IKt. aad that
ta,respaa aaaamona lafata oat or aaia eoart.
wamta aaia eeit u bow anaiac. tacatnaMa
aa tha tblrd 'a.lay la the BMatk Kpcmbcr
aezi,ae t ky law raqairea oo, antoas yott, tar
said a-w-eemdot mm oadaat akova aaated,
ahall kataotaiir be and appear fcrtore lha mmkm
OlrcuU eoart aa the Irat day of nest
term thereof, t a bold on at avnek lulaad,
ia aad for tb. asid coutrty. an the tb'rd Moadai ia
brpfrejerr arzt. aad plaad. anvwar c. Seal el
lo the eald coapleliat 'a Mil 4 coaipWM. the
eaaae aaa tae aiwri aa. teiae inereia Chan
aad atetad will he tehee a ,'ail aad a i
ere. mrnvrntrnt aalast yaa amordltc; s lbs prayer
e, mmim au.
osnaea w. naaia. Clark.
Bwa Island, m . Aocm ta ymi.
Ami pLaasASTa, iMapUlnaat's Solicitor.
Appllcntioa by Conaerrator to fMO
STATB or iLLTMOia. I
Booa laaaaa Oeewn. I
la ta evaaty eoart of aaid BVwk lllasd ill as I
To ike sapteajiaar tana A. ta7.
Publaoticoiebctrby gteaa that the tader
card raeeaevauwaf Pre arch Beawaw aa
eaaa aad d.eUaLh d ha. M iSTaw.
eetca ef ihe dare of the evuet eoart ef Berk
lalaad emir la the ateaf Ilhaota.a periUeu
fjoraaaraaraf eaad eoart aetborisiag aad rm-
IBBaaaaau tae miKiear real aotow
ia the aaid eaaaty of Mack lehMd aaa
Leteasejhu isi sfT) and etoH fS at Mac
"TT, T"." -' mi
ersoath SJollac. '
Aad that aaia patftioa win toprearataf for at
"fwaaee ae tb Stat day ef the rptembar mwm a
latTjj of aatd eem lo ha hegea sad held la aha
etty ( Bach to'oad la aaM B e la d aaatyaa
trT S pteetbar AD. MPT, or ee
nana Star sfbar ea a eaa.l eae aa Baard, rt err.eh
ra. fvm eaoaaaear aaa asww saami, ar aay
" air aaM yaaaa eaaajn aaa aa I
IbMad tile M h day at eagaat. a. D .
a & Iectfrom.
and Fur Store.
Biairml oeMe- Soaa ea abon ikMI
7J1 TWELFTH STREET.
Notice of Final Fettlement-
of Khanaa Klnch, I mill.
Pablla wMtm le bene circa IM tH. m....
tyaed, Conrad !. Kca. Inral of
tte hvt will and trsiatawt of Kathcr
BirM-h. eVceanw. win aiUmd be'ora Ihe
euanty eoart of Knck Island emm'y. at the eoart
aouaera wn iiaa.oa the II h amy ofrVpt-ni-ber
ln aeit. for tbe parpue mu ntahinc Snal
rttlraient of S-ld etate. at which lira, mm
plan ne will -k for ordrrof etMbat.aa,ea
rlaloeak to n. dwi haread. All penuue la
termrd area KlOrd lo aUm,1
Bock lalaad. 111- aug U. taur.
'" Kiaaia. Biccxtjr.
STATB OF ILLI-OH. I
Borm ISt-ABB 'VBTT (
o'lsir tlrc"'t eoun bawb e U-ra, A.
efll M etrtMtf pttaoniSIp an t f.w l IsnrC oa.
nine oil. Cerrrncbae'. cwii.U.rmt. t a v
ft. ETtrrtuMllil.iai. Molt. Ient. B eulil-
van aad I. J. m- Vrr. rrfi orient.
Totheabmre aaavd aon-r elrlrat drfnWtt.
fharlee B. BTrt.. llllaat I. UJi. ttui.l K.
niltvaaeadl..edeer: ' '
Affldaeit ef yonr aoa-wldV-f. l.r'nr
la the offlc of lb. c era of eald err a it roort
e-tce (e b,rr)r rlvr t , ynm mni rare nf yna
tbet th-ebnveaead com pa n.iit bee eu-
Mid court 1 1. MU Pf e plaint era n-t mn mm
the chancer e-d- o ,ald on : H at a ,iinmi
la cb.orety ba hern ea la ut- eaij ca(
acalnet yna tl raable to tha Mf term 4 eel I
euart lo b. brrna and hilota at t r court tKnj-r
ta I he city of kock lelaed. ! eald c wr. mm lha
third Mnoday of aeptrmb. A.H-tnsr. atra-h
time and Mace you win annr end plead, an
ew" t to eald complaint If toe m m ft.
Dated at Bosk Waad, illiuu a. UiU ISJi l.r of
Aognat, A. O.. I8VI
Bwsmbt A wi tit, (.ooplalaai.1 s bulicltors.
STATB Or ILLINOIS. I
Booa laLaao uouarr. 1
In the ctrcall court, Sciaeaibrr tano, 18:. ia
(mail Jenkins s toward Jeukln.
Affldaen of aoa-reevn of the etmre
sird defendant hatriog beca la
tba clerk's effloe of tha ctrcut mart of eald
eooaty.aoUce in therefor berth) r ea to the aaid
orm-Treiorrit defendant that the complainant
Sled bar bill of coaipUtut la eaid eoart. a too
Cbeacery .Me thereof, oa tba nih oay of Jrl,
li7. aad that tbercopoa a .araaraoe leraed
out of aaid eourt. whrrcla eald eeli I, aow nrnd
inr. roturnabi. oa the thlra Don 'a, la the month
of aaptrmbet act, ae hi by law r-qnired. t-nrn.
DBHwa yoa. the aaid aoo-reidrut OfeodMit
abotre tuaed. .ball penotia'lr be and ap.
pear before the aatd ctrralt eoart, oe the tt
day of the aert term Ihrranf. to he bold t
Rnck faland la ad forth. aaid eoontr. oetbo
tkird Monday la Septeaitve aert, and ilel. -ewer
or acinar to tb. aaid complaia,at'e Mil r
eompleint, the aeme and the natlcre and latere
wwv, envm ,w eiatoq win aa taeea ae .
, and a avrre entered egeluet yoa aeeotd
iha prayer of aaid bill.
Bach IMaod. 1 1 . Aug It IKC
'aasa B. Baaaiia.ar f ouplimaota fwlieUor.
STATB or I IXI N tin,
aVoca Ul..aa Oui-wtt. (
la the mreult nan aa.a aiwi. aa m
kBber'TK. A. It INVt. f rhaaoer. .
I'ora Wilaia . Wiillua WIhwm,.
aMM Ma - . . .
.- -' - .iiiifcv. v. w a aoora re.
Jjhdant. William Wilaoa.haMay heoa Sled la
- -a., saia onart or eaia
ooant. notice ia Vamntmm heroliy girea to tba
. -K.aiM aaia enan, oe
the chancery aide thereof, oa the to h Oar of
aa.aat- ... f, tMH7 .k .... '
T "i owl, waereta
aai. wm mvw paaMung. retara.ba) aa
atoaaay la tae BMirtb of Beul..
aa ia ay law rcajatted. how. an-
Ota, Ik. i . . . . . .
parareaaliy be and appear
tefora aaid circ.lt avert, ta he hold, at
HaaatmT 11 ABVaB faBl aa.d - . . a . .
, 7 ZT --haiai saar UBSI mmiU CdQTI'f , 0B Ul
f?epaUBt the aaas. aad tha nnre ai d thliuro
. -"i" w eiaioo win a. tae. a ae
JeaaaSjaaid a Sacr. , rnkrd agauaa yoa ac
Oaoaaa W. OAasta. Cork.
Dated at BarB MsaML III . tki. 1oa a..
Seat, A. It. U0L
I. MrBaiar A S
f-TATB or ILUKOla. I
Boca lauaa OovsTt. f
1st, drcrt roert. t, tSe Bcmjt mbrr kra,
A U. I7. ItuMeM far raat
atfarat B K U'e-uaee s C B. Br.rrtt aad
a. e. ciermuaaal.
rebiic aw tea hj barabf r'ea to '.. C .
Rnnrttead .C OarmKhael that wra. ai',mt
B. allaratrM, l-ajdlwrr. aa. teeee adiar-aa
warrant . ,aa Ifuh'a, of eara.t. A I, lav,,
salaat tt etta efiHrit a hr.ntt and
tb. rail It : arab hex for tl.a -um of tare
hnadree a d ,l,t ltra ait tea kn..1 . th.au,
htre leMiii. Si c la rhe ,a'if .4 ad bh
l-bawt ro,;otf. wti-a il l cl-traee wanaat bee
kraxi rctaraod -rci.ter1.
Bow, Inewfur-. oaawa yoa. th-eald C B. Be
ars t eat the .aid .. erejtrharl. -bail pmr
sunaiiy ha aad appear b-f jee the raid cl rait
cart aftharooatrtar tbrm lalaad oe tha S-at
day ef tba arit karat ttw-a' f b- ba dae at tb.
eoart haeee la the ef of Haeh lalaad. h aaid
coaly, aa ta. su day of betx'-meev A
!;. r re ao-d.l oll aa4 ta, tSa eua
pialat B. arrWai aa.a will be eat tmm,
aralaet a-a of na la f or of 'no. alt Mra. Her.
aaret a. h tr-lrara a-e t or eavt peep
ar'y demraieait ea ta,y b eSi'arMtostl-fy
aall jtogcrataed r mm, erf t a. aoie n ea-laf a
tnoeeme. Oa mu W. ti ,lt,C. fc.
ua-ee anr. at. a it t-tn.
Baa A turvaa Aitw-arj for f lalatlf
I Mre, k Boeia Ma . la I eyt t rte, ma, 111 I
tEBKBr e. Sl BmK Tranrtr J 5
caaaaBBO, tn. laT mmu mt .aim. i i J r
a. B iMil.a i, s a 14
ao Sta aaia laah-aaaaa k.ah, eVma. , I