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THE ARGUS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1901.
TBI TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
mrnrn Hf!AOt. R jCK. ISLAND
T J Pacific hallway Tickets
I , j I can be purchased or bagraRC
I "V cnecked at City T cket offlce.
f I lrllt. Second avenue, or C , R L
LwvwJ St p. depot, corner Fifth r
nae and TMrtj-fiXth street. Frank H. Plum
mer, agent. '
TBAINS. I AT. WEST
lieoier limited & Otn.ba. . t 3:10 am
! 3:uu am
tn. wortn, ucnicr & xv. r
Minneapolis ! 60 am
Omana St Des Moines :t 8:ttt at'
$Omaba & Minneapolis.... UiOri an
Omana & Lincom u ! 7:65 am
ra Moines St Uotba :l:66 pm
Denver. Uno.ln St Omaha. 8:05 am
Des Moines iipress JI2:1S am
Ht. Paul St . u.neapol!s I 8:05 am
Denver. Fv. Worth & K. C. , 6:00 a
JKa sasCity. HtJoeADenv 11:10 pm
Kock Island A Washington 11:f0 pm
Cblcatro A DesMolr es ! 2:15 pm
Rock Island A Brooklyn Ac 6:35 pm
j-rnh,a A Kock Island ! fl:0 pro
jChlcagoA Da Ten port I
t 8:05 am
t 15 pm
t e:ao am
t 1:20 pm
f 1:40 am
t 7:00 pm
nrrval. t' eoarture. JDelly, except un
dsv. Dally, excep Saturday. AU otters
dally. 1 elephone 10W3
BTJBLINGTON ROOTE C
B. A Q. RAILWAY Depit
Second avenue and Ten
M. J. YOUNG,
at. L-uis bvrtnneld
Peons, Qulncv. ualea
bure and eterilnr
t .bO am
Peoria. Beardstown. Bur-I
ItDKtoo, Denver and
St. Louis. Kansas City
Denver and Pacific
Coast . la Galesburg ...
Sterling ana points in
termediate East Moilne (suburban)..
St i. , Den-er and west
Clinton and ' ubuque ....
Daveop -rt and cannon ..
Clinton. Dubuque. La
Crosse. 1 1 Pui. Inn
acd we t and N W
j t7 I5 pm
i 6:5 am
1 6:50 am
7:16 pm 1 7:10 am
Dal y t Daily except Sunday.
J A St. Paul R I way. D,
R. I. A N. W. passenger sta
tion at loot of seventeenth
street. George W. w.od,
gent. Tbe trains for lu
buque and point" north tun
vim iuiuuia biuo ui 1 1 1 ci.
la Davenport. Clinton and Savanna
all trains will connect at savanna for points
east acd west.
TKAIMS. LEIvK I AKRIV
Dubuque and bt 1'mul fmr
Dubuque and Bt Paul Pas
senger Milwaukee Express
9 15 pm
All trains dlly except cunday.
ROCK ISLAND & PEORIA
Kali way. Depot First a enue
Dd 'i wentletb street. M. a.
Pattetson, general pasengrr
agent. Fasaentrer trains leave
C. R I & P. (Mo'lne avenue)
depot ten 00) minutes earlier
than time slven.
E. L Gorr, A rent
THAI PH. tATt jgHlVt
PrO'la. &pri gOeid. 6t- L., i
Indlanspolls Cincinnati. 8:05 am 10 20 pm
Peoria, SnrlosHeld. irdian-
tntrton. bt Louis 1M5 pm 6:83 rm
Peoria Express 7:35 ym
Peoria, Indian, polls. Cin-
rlnratl. Dloomiogton 10:25 am
Cable Accommodation.... 7:"0 am
Bb rrard Accommodation 0:15 am 4:55 pm
Cable A herard Ac com. 8:30 pm 2:i0 pre
Canlw A Kberrard Accom. H:3S nm
Tra'ns marked are daily. AU others eally
CobcI's Out Agajn.
Do you want an article
which will burn? Try
for cook stoves and you
will be pleased.
E. B. McKown,
Fifteenth street and First Avenue.
1ado Her Young Again
tnoji back th natural and .TviH
bcau'.ilul color of youth to O "q3
Gives new his and growth
tothia hair. Preveau dand
ru!I and baMnei. jtot
m dye, but a hair food, and
poMiively restore gray hair
to iu yoothiul color. A
healthful hair dressing for
awn snd women ; its ass
cannot be detected. See how Mrs. Landwchr was nude
young asaia by tuing MAY'S
a KitH SiimI Nw Vnrt
Since I vu Kyearsof age my lovely. Ions, black hair
ha been larnmr grav- I rot a bottle f Hay's Hair
Health, bat had little hope, a I had tried many aliened
reiioren ana invt-arators witn no ctlect. 1 have been
ttftnff HsirHaJtrl ever iinrc; like ilmvmurh It
ha broucbt the youthful color back sad I acvcrwill
M anytoiag cue
Mas. KATE LANDWEHR.
Ak for Hay's Hair-Hearth and refuse all substU
tntss. H.H.rf .iaaoid by leading drussuvta everywhere.
Ccnl by cxpreaa. prepaid, in plain sealed package, by
mooM SurrLV t'o . si broaiwav. N. V alaA a
tke llarlias Medicated fosp, best aoap for toilet.
aia. tio sae uair. au oo receipt ot eoc ana itu so.
LARCE 50c BOTTLES. AT ALL DRUQOL5T5.
For sale by T. H Tbomas, 10 Second
avenue, a. J Rieia. Fourth avenue aod T wen
ty third street Marshall, 1828 ;Seoond avenue,
u'ub.iu, s xturo avenue.
Is an Antiseptic Healing Pc-cer
Meals Cuts, Wounds, Bums nd Scalds
arilheut a scar. 25 cents. Oruggiata.
TS,r 3 for l)tu:
for iJrtxr.K.ti'.n-f. an2
HT!Tr THE PAREMT
uiltt W. INSTITUTE.
Andalusia, Dec. 4. Mrs. Joe Dona
hue is on the sick list.
Mrs. J. Stropes visited in Rock Is
land last week.
Miss Anna Haskell, of Reynolds,
was in our village Saturday.
Mrs. David Richardson, of Edging;
ton, spent Friday in our village.
Mrs. A. Y. Smith is visiting in Rock
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Claypool, of Iluf
falo, Iowa, spent Sunday at T. V.
Mrs. Mellissu Johnson, of- Kdging
ton, spent last week in our village.
Miss I'enrl Dollerhide. of Musca
tine, visited with relatives last week.
T. V. Simmons and R. (I. Thompson
were in ICock Island Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Finley. of Reyn
olds, spt-nt Thursday, with '.Mrs. Joe
Mrs. Klna Uiishart. of Milan, spent
last week with her mother, Mrs. Wil
Miss Irma Wcnks entertained a few
of her schoolmates at her home last
Foster. Dee. 4. The Haptist Sun
day school will give an entertain
ment Christmas eve at the church.
Miss 'l'earl W'ilford. of Kirksville.
Ia.. fpent a few days here the latter
part of the week with relatives and
friends. She is at present attend
ing Prof. Iverich's normal tchool
There will lie a lox supper at the
Thornton school house Friday, the
proceeds to be used to carry on a
Quite a number of young people
from here attendeil the play given at
the r.uflfalo Prairie hall last Thurs
A team of horses belonging to Con
Hayes died last week.
.Toslin. Dec. 4. Miss Blanche Simp
son has returned from her Thanks
giving visit to her parents.
Mrs. Netzer has returned to Rock
Island after visiting with her daugh
ter. Mrs. C. Osborne.
Roy Ileald visited last week with
friends in Davenport.
Rev. Husey and family visited with
F. K. Crompton and family.
Ths farmers have enjoyed tine
weather for the sdiredding of their
Charley Netzer, of Rock Island,
cuuie to visit with friends in the
Mrs. Osborne spent Tuesday visit
ing with friends in (ieneseo.
lie vma ii Schwennecker and Jesse
W'ulker were iu Moline on Friday.
Charles W'ake and W". K. Donahey
attended the horse sale in Chicago.
They purchased1 three standard bred
Mrs. William Whiteside, of Moline,
returned to her home after visiting
u few days with her children.
Cordova, Dec. 5. Lewis Pinneo
visiting with relatives in Moline.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Quick are the
pround parents of a baby girl.
Mrs. Grace Murray and daughter
of Moline returned Monday, after
spending Thanksgiving with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Smith.
Millard Spoor, who is attending
school at DeKnlb, came home for
Roy IJenwav spent Sunday with
his pa rents.
fJeo. Crowder returned to Moline
Rev. D. II. McGillivary left Monday
evening for North Dakota. Rev-
Taylor, of Rock Island, will occupy
the pulpit during his absence.
Mrs. K. II. Quick and daughter Lura
of Fulton, are spending a few days
with relatives here.
Misses Rosa and Kliza Durbin, of
Moline, came home to sterid Thanks
giving. William Pinneo Client Thursday
with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Miss Ma- Vindeburgh and Miss
Nellie Sallows attended the Thanks
giving institute at Rock Island.
Howling, Dec. 5. Among those who
visited the county seat last week
were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Young. C.
It. Ellis and daughter lva and Mrs
John Derrick and daughter Clara.
Mrs. Robert Crampton is recover
ing from a siege of illness.
Miss Edith Kain. Miss Florence
Sears. Ben Kain, Harold Hodson and
Miss Myrtle Ellis are on the sick
George Gotobed, who sold his farm
to Milton Ringham, has gone to Red
Oak, Iowa, where he may locate.
The social held at the home of
James Ilynes for the benefit of the
Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian church
was well attended.
Walter McConnell was in Rock Is
Ed. Wanglin and sou Roy visited in
Rock Island Friday.
Curtis R- Ellis suffered the loss of
a finger by letting slip an ax with
which he was making a wooden
Hampton, Dec. 5. The Hampton
string band goes to Joslin Friday
night to play for n dance.
G. F. McXabney and family were
In Port Byron Wednesday visiting
As Frank Waluwriglit was loading
his household goods into a car yes
terday, Constable C. W. Edelman ap
peared with a writ of attachment is
sued by Justice Nichols in favor of
James Donahue for $1G9..".0 and at
tached the goods and a team of
horses said to belong to Mr. Wain
vvright. The trial is set for next
Monday at 10 oclock, when the mer
its of the case will be heard and de
cided. Martin Armholdt has moved into
the new house erected by William
Mrs. Clarence Gra3- and Mrs. M.
S. Conners, of Savanna, 111., were iu
the village Saturday.
Henry Hnnewacker has moved into
the new house which he has had
Frank Wainwright is preparing to
move to Howard. S. D., where he will
engage in farming.
Mrs. Samuel Heagy has closed up
her home and gone to Rock Island
for the winter to stav with her son,
M. S. Heagy.
The ladies of the M. E. church
were quite successful with the fair
and supper they gave recently. The
proceeds amounted to almost $G0.
Laurel camp No. .'!0, M. W. of A., at
its meeting held Monday night elect
ed the following officers for the en
Co.isul -O. J. Guckert.
Adviser A .W. Wilken.
Ranker F. II. Stevens.
Clerk G. F. McXabney.
Escort C. E. Sikcs.
Wn t china n Joseph 1 le rmes.
Sentry William Harsel.
Piiysician Or. J. H. Long.
Managers One year, Jerry Sikcs;
three years, A. W. Wilken.
The largest bloodhound in the
worltl is with Stetson's L'ncle Tom's
Cabin company. He weighs 203
pounds and cost $1,000.00. The undy
ing inevitable Uncle Tom's Cabin ap
pears at Harper's theatre, matinee
and night tomorrow. Dee. 6th. under
the successful management of L. W.
Washburn. It is the best dramatiza
tion of this celebrated play ever pre
sented., and the specialties are of
high order. Of the specialties the
dancing of the Topsies is n line ex
hibition of suppleness and dexterity.
The natural melody of the Lone Star
quartette, in southern songs, the
overture of the orchestra, and the
mandolin students are equally enter
taining in the extreme.
DAVENPORT REMOVES BAN
ON TRI-CITY MILK COMPANY
Further action on the matter of
the rules governing the admission of
the Tri-City Milk company to the
trade of Davenport was one of the
subjects which came up for consid
eration at the regular meeting of the
Davenport board of health. Jesse
Armil, member of the Scott County
Dairymen's association, presented an
amendment to the ordinance govern
ing the selling and inspection of
milk. He explained that he was
willing the ln-lity .Milk company
should sell its product in Davenport
if all the farmers from whom it pur
chased its supply would conform
with the same requirements of the
law as were enforced in the case of
tne Davenport dairvmen. Mr. Ar-
mil's idea, as embodied in the amend
ment upon which he asked action.
was that the pwner of each dairy in
Illinois 'or Iowa should be required
to file with the board of health of
the citv of Davenport a certificate
signed by the state health officer or
veterinarian to the effect that an in
spection had been made by that of
ficial and that he had examined the
herds, food, quarters and other dairy
arrangements nnd found them to be
in excellent condition.
"If those fellows over there want
to sell milk in Davenport," said Mr
Armil, "let them conform to this
amendment nnd we will have no ob
jection." And then the veteran deal
er in the lacteal fluid chuckled uudi
bly. His proposition provided that
tbe certificates should le furnished
On motion of Dr. Preston it whs
decided by the board to recommend
the substance of fhe proposed
amendment so far as it did not con
flict with present provisions and the
principles of law. Mayor Heinz snid
it might be well to do this, though
he was of the opinion the Tri-City
Milk company people could sell their
milk In Davenport If they showed
that the same regulations were en
forced in the vicinities where their
dairies are, as are enforced in Duv
Sciatic Rheumatism Cared.
I Wagner, wholesale druggist,
Richmond, Va., says: "I had a fear
ful attack of sciatic rheumatism, was
laid up almost two montns; was for
tunate enough to get Mystic Cure for
Rheumatism. 'ihis cured me after
doctor's prescriptions had failed to
have any effect. have also heard
of. line results from others who have
used it." Sold by Otto Grotjan, 1501
Second avenue, Rock Island, Gust
Schlegel & Son, 20 West Second
Of Benefit to Von.
D. S. Mitchell, Fulford. Md.: "Dur
ing n long illness I was troubled with
bed sores, tried De Witt's Witch Hazel
Salve and was cured." Cures piles.
sores, and bums. Beware of coun
terfeits. B. II. Bieber and Hartz &
ANOTHER BODY ON
Continued From First Page.
and altogether bore a good name.
The very intimation on the part of
The Argus that anything improper
could happen on his premises,
awakened a storm of indignation in
Milan anil generally in the neighbor
hood - in which he resided, and the
paper was freely denounced for the
course it was pursuing. In fact
there were those iu Milan who went
so far as to threaten the representa
tives of the paper who went out from
Rock Island nnd worked day nnd
night on the case until they brought
iiliout tli di.iuiir,M that showed
ninstian to be a veritable Dr. Jekyl
and Mr. Hyde. Furthermore there
was talk of indignation meetings,
nnd friends and relatives of Bastian
came to town mid had The Argus de
nounced in the other papers "for
pursuing and dogging an innocent
The Argus felt, however, that it
was on the right track, and the fur
ther it went the more it knew that
its theory was correct, and the more
that it could see of Bastian it be
came the more certain that he was
guilty. And yet when the chain of
circumstances was drawn about him
so close that he' snw that exposure
was but a matter of a very few days,
and had learnetl as much from the
representatives of the pajer. and he
committed suicide, many in Black
Hawk township declared the paper
had driven and hounded him igno
miniKMisly to his death.
The I'nearthlnaT of Crime.
It was not until The Argus had re
peatedly urged the investigation of
the premises after the suicide of
Bastian that the body of the first
of his victims was found, ami there
after the remains of others were dis
covered and gradually, but in the
most startling manner, came to light
the terrible storv of the dual life he
had led. Through the work of The
Argus the assistance of Deputy Cor
oner Eekhnrt was enlisted, the ver
dict of accidental death in Kusch-
mnnn's case was changed to that of
murder. And. responding at last to
the urgent demands of The Argus,
Sheriff Hemenway authorized the
examination of the Bastian farm,
antl it was found to be the graveyard
of the victims of one of the most
cruel hearted fiends that ever
Bastiau's wife believed in him un
til the horrible revelations of his
guilt came to light, and some time
after his death for the sake of her
children, hud her name changed by
law from that of the demon to whom
she had been wedded to her maiden
name and later she married again
and went" to live, in Denver.
IN THE MARKETS
Chicago. Dec. 5. Prices for all grains on
he board of trade made a new record to
day. Business was larger and more spec
tacular than for some time past. Heavy-
purchases by countrymen, who are here
attending the live stock exhibition, aided
the bull speculators In advancing the prices.
and the whole country seems to be waking
up to the fact that the corn crop is very sinort
and that the farmers, are feeding wheat to
stock, causing scarcity of the latter cereal.
May wheat touched its record price for the
crop shortly before noon, selling at 0H
Both December and May corn broke records
of years' standing. December selling atttt
and May 6SV4. It Is rumored there fa. a cor
ner in oats, but trade is so large on both hides
of the market that this is not certain. May
broke another record today at
Following are the opening, highest, low
est and closing quotations in today's mar
Dec, 7SV?r75: 78V4: 7h: 754.
May. 7VV(m; VSV4; JOS".
July, bo.t;8i,; 7U.V to-.
Dec, WSMS: ; 4t; WU.
May, 67S4: H: 67S: 67Js.
July, 67j; N; 67?; erv .
Dec. 4fi: H; 4i:
Dec. l.S.M: : : 1!M7.
Jan.. H.!0rfr,ie..V; ltt.75; 16.50; 1.0.
May, HJ.9UitlU.v5; 17.10; 167; 16.97s.
Dec : : : 9.76.
Jan., 9 6ft; 9.77; 9.BS; 9.7.
May, 9.7S; 9.86; 9.65: 9.80.
Dec : : ".
Jan.. H.bO; 8.52; 8.42; 8.60.
May, 8.60&8-&-'; 8.70; 8.60; 8.63.
Receipts today: Wheat 38; corn lit; oata
lur; noga wj.iixi; came aueep n.tiwi; nogs
leu over ,fw.
Hob- market onened 5ffl.0c hleher. LItrht
t5.2rri.00; mixed and butchers, tveixart.i.'o;
rood" heavy. i.70l!.6.20; rough heavy, .7i&
Cattle market opened strong. Sheep mar-
in openeu dc uiKuri.
Union Stock vards. 8:40 a. m.
Hog market uxic higher. Light, 5.:2x5fc
6.10; mixed and butchers, o.tWu.tt.HO; good
heavy. 16.766.30; rough heavy, 5.7&5.6.wa
Cattle market strong toioc higher. Beeves,
(4.117.60; cows and belfers. H.Zau.i.90-, Texas
steers, n.&oqxu4.oo; stocsers and feeders,
bheep market 10c higher. Hog market
closed steady at decline. Light, aft.-jfiftr.tt. 10;
mixed and butchers, i5.6rVrr6.io- cood heavv.
(6.76A6.30: rounh heavy, 6.7Vi5.li.
fjCallle market closed for good steers
iurirc nigner. sneep mariet Closed strong
Kstimatea receipts lor 'riday are:
Wheat 40; corn w, oats sue; nogsso.uoo.
Corn New. KV365C
X)ats (C46C. ...
Hav-Tlmothy, 114; prairie, 112.
Coal-43 per too.
Butter Choice to fair, SOc: fresh creamery.
liens 6S4C per pound.
Spring chickens-c per pound.
Turkeys 7c per pound.
Ducks 7c per pound.
rattlcRutcheni nar for corn fed steers
moflitc; cowa and heifers, Haa4c; calves.
8 beep 4Hc&c
s 2.50(24 a head.
Subscribe for The Argus.
COEBETT HAS A SWEETHEART
Denver Lad Says She Inspired Illm to Put
l"p a Hot Fight.
"Young Corbett" confessed that it
was love for a prettv Denver fjirl that
was at he bottom of his victory over
1 errible J erry.
"I may as well tell von." said th
new puglistic star at Hartford, Conn.
tliat l am engaged to be married.
but no date has been set. My sweet
heart lives in Denver and it was a
good deal for her sake that I trained
so hard for this fight. I do not wish
to have her name brought before the
public at this time, ami 1 will md an
nounce it, out siie is a sweet fellow.
As the chammon snoke. be nulled
, , ,
out a vignette of the Denver girl, and
it looked as if he had not overesti
mated her srood otialities or crood
looks. She has roguish black eyes,
raven black hair anil a verv sweet
face. That was as far as the pic
ture went. Corbett saitl he believed
it would be wise for him to get mar
ried, as he was not fond of roaming
around, and he is essentially domes
tic in his tastes.
"I have not made any business en
gagements or done anything towards
another fight," he said, "an.l I will
not come to any decision for at least
six weeks. 1 am going home to Den
ver to rest.
"I decided some time ago to open a
hotel in the central part of Denver.
ami I have the location picked out. j
My plans are to make money, and I
intend to tight again. In two months
or so 1 will be ready to make ar
rangements to defend my title, and
it will be first come, first served."
Th First Irnnrlitil.
According to records recently dis
covered, the first ironclad was built
in the sixteenth century. In the
present century people are trying
this machine and that one in the hope
of finding n cure for indigestion, dys
pesia, flatulency, biliousness antl ma
laria. There is only one medicine
to cure these, and that is llostetter's
Stomach liitters. Try it and you will
be convinced. It is for sale by all
druggists. Apply to any of them
for a copy of llostetter's Illustrated
Almanac for 1902. It is a free pub
lication and contains much valuable
information that may be useful to
you during the entire year, aslo many
amusing anecdotes, statistics and
testimonials as to the efficacy of the
Hitters. It is printed in seven differ
ent languages. Don't fail to get a
Food Chanced to I'olson.
Putrefying food in the intestines
produces effects like those of arsenic,
but Dr. King's ..nv Life Tills expel
the poisons from clogged bowels,
gently, easily but surely, curing con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache,
fevers, all liver, kidney and bowel
troubles. Only 23c at Hartz & Ullc
meyeri Eczema, scald head, hives, itchiness
of the skin of any sort instantly re
lieved, permanently cured. Doan's
Ointment. At any drug store.
a lata ot Illinois, l
Sock Island CouD'.y. f
In tbe Circuit Court. At tbe January teim
A. I) . 1902.
Auvusta E-lcbson. eomnain&nr. vs James
Ktlcks-tn, a-rea.arjt. bu- rorairorc"
T tbe abive runnel defendant James
tiridav tof your non-residence having been
died in tte office f the cl rk of tald cu i.
notlo,- U hererjv elven to you tbat tbe above
famed coa plainant has tile . in s.iH court her
fide of said court; tna a iiumito's in cuac
oerv has seen msu-d in sail oau e atrt.in.st you
returnsb e to tbn next term of said court to
be brsua and bolden av tbe court bouse in toe
city of Kocit Islacd in sail couai. on the
first Monday of January. A. D.. 10! at hlch
time at d place vcu will appear and plead an
swer or demur to saia biu or complaint it you
Da ed at Rock Island. IUinolf, this 5 yh day of
December. A u . iwui
lltuKGi W Gambi.b Cle-k of Said Court
Sweenet & Waliih, holicltora for Com
Notice ot Paftl-cttlun ulntaogrr
State of Illinois, l
County of Rock Inland.
la the circuit court, January terra, A. I
Alioe Boenltz vs. James Guinty, Daniel Qulnty.
Mary MoOarty. Joieohlne Hugh, Margaret
Foley Kilen C-lUhan, Maud Guinty In
Affidavit of non-residence of the said Mary
MoOarty and Mrira--et Foley, ircn eaded with
tba above defendants. James Uulnty, Daniel
(julntv, Josephine McHugh, EUen Callaban
and Maud Guinty. having been tiled in te
ole'k'a office of tba circuit court t paid
county, notice Is therefore- hereby e.ven to
tba aaia non resident aetenaanta toat tne
complainant filed her bill of complaint In said
court on tbe cbanoery aide- thereof, on tbe
30th day of November. 1-01, and tbat th- re-
upon a summons issuea out oi saia court,
wherein said suit la now pending, returnable
ou tbe first Monday In tbe month of January
next, as la by law required. Now, unlets
you. tbe saia nnn-reaiaent aerenaams above
named. Mary MeCarty and Margaret Foley,
s ball oersonally be and appear before said clr
euit court on the Brat day of tba nozt term
thereof, to be bolden at Rook Island In
and for ths aald county, on the first Monday
in Januarv next, and plead, answer, or demur
to the said complainant's bill of complaint,
tbe same and the mat'ers and things toereln
charged and stated will betaken aa confessed,
and a decree entered against you, according
to the prayer of aald bin.
UtuHGi W. Gasibi.b, Clerk.
Rock Island, IiU-ioi. Nov . iuui
Notice ot Fnbiioauua tbauMrf.
State of Illinois, I
Rnak- Island uous
In tbe Circuit Court to the January term.
R.-ck Island Mutual Building Loan and Sav
ings association vs Jrhn E O. 1 ltus Emma
Titus and Leander Kltobey. In obsoeerr.
Affidavit of rton-resldenoe of the defend
ant, John E G. Titus. Impleaded witb he
above defendants. Imma Tltm a d Leander
Ritnhev. bavins' been fil? d In the C era's
office of tbe Otrouit ' curt ot said County no
tice Is therefore bereby aiven to tne saia non
resident defendant tbat tbe complainant filed
l,a hill of com til aim In aaid Court, on the
ohanoerv side thereof, on tbe 16th day of N
vember, HKH. and that thereupon a summons
Issued out of said Court wherein said suit Is
now pendlnr, returnable on toe first Monday
in tha tnon'ta of Januarv next, as is by law
required. Now, untess you. tbe said non resi
dent do'endsr.t above named John B U
Tlru. Hhall n-rsonallv be and npnear before
said Clroult Court on. tha first dav of the
next 'erm thereof, to be nolden at itoca it
land In and for tbe sa d County, on tbe first
Mnu! a la tha month of Jat-uary next
and ple d, at swer or demur to tbe aald
oorcplalntnt's bill uf ooamlalnt- the sam and
thu irtttrra and thlnva thcein charged nd
stated will be taken as confess -d. acd a de-
O'ee entered against you acooraing to tne
prayer of said bill
UIOBOl vv . uaxbli, oicrs.
Kock Island. Til.. November 10. 1M1.
Eowaao H. Udtib. Complainant's Solicitor.
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