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Mil: AKGUS, SATUKDA S Pi:U. 1. 18:5.
TIIK AUG CIS
FOR FOUR YEARS.
PobU-hed Daily and Weekly at 1094 Seconl
Avenue, Kock Island, 111.
Mr. Charles Nagel of Fairview
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You Should KnoW
of Chicago Make aSuAP
"VThichHas tfo Ecluau.
Standd Quality iV(ichT
Was In III Health.
J, W. Potter,-
NOW FEELS LIKE ANOTHER MAN.
-Paii um -r mouta; weekly .00
AU eonimnnlc-. ' - sj e..
ive character, polli. ""i0. tie ntk
real same attached for - . tHSBP
rtleles win be printed over lotii.. . (
Aaoymous comsBuulca'i'Hje not noticea.
coxrespoDdeaee solicited fro u every townsh.
a Hock island cxrato .
Saturday, April 1, 1893
Democratic City-Towbslup Ticket
For Mayor THOMAS J. MEDILL, JK
Kor City Clerk ALBERT D. HTESING
For City Treasurer JAMEiM. BCFORD
or Police Magistrate . . U. C. WIVILL
IPO ST A iEN
- For Assistant Supe:vloM..- paCu THlksEH
For Assessor J R. JOHNSTON
For Collector. EDWARD BAUERSFELD
. - . ..wo IP. SCHLEMMER
For Justices cf th? Peace ... A BALDWIN
l J. v. r ARKINI
I E. LIEBKRKNECHT
W. C. MATJCKER
FEKDISAND H. BEIN
A vots for M''U11 is a vote for pro
gress anil reform.
May the verdict of next Tuesday 's
lection be no third termers need
apply in Rock Island.
The American liibie society has
arranged to distribute 250,000 copies
of the N'ew Testament at the world's
There is not a church in Taney
county. Missouri. Its chief charac
teristics are illiteracy, and lawless
Secretary Herbert, of the navy,
it is asserted, will soon take up the
question of chanin; the color of the
Mrs. U. S. (irant will pass the
summer at Highland Falls, near West
Point, where she spent the greater
part of last summer.
It is the duty of every democrat to
support the entire ticket. 1'he vic
tory is with the democrats, if the
democrats will take it. '.
Let every democrat and citizen do
his full duty next Tuesday. That
duty is to rote, and to let your ex
pression be in accordance with hon
est convictions. So doing, we have
no fear of the results.
It is contrary to the spirit of Amer
ican institutions, to encourage the
third term candidacy idea in execu
tive positions. Anil it is justly so.
The safety of the republic lies in the
power of the people to assert them
clvesiwhen a much favored individ
ual attempts to usurp the rights that
have in the past been delegated to
him. It is right and fitting that Mr.
McConochie be relegated to private
citizenship, and he will be.
First for Illinois.
A Washington dispatch credits
lion. Ben T. Cable with having se
lected the first candidate from Illi
nois for honors under the new ad
ministration, and as a consequence
is receiving many congratulations
The dispatch savs:
Illinois was favored with its lirst
presidential appointment today in
the nomination of Theodore M. St.ep
ban, now chaplain at the Joliet peni
tentiary, for consul at Annaberg,
Germany. It is one of the best
places among the smaller consulates,
the salary being f 2,500 and the fees
nearly as much more. The present
consul is Daniel u. lluuoaru oi Mass
achusetts, who was appointed four
years ago. The new consul is a Luth
eran minister, ana it was suoriiy
after his appointment by Governor
Altgeld as chaplain of the state peni
tentiary that a revelation was maae
concerning the abuses which had
been practiced under the republican
management of that institution.
Jlis candidacy was supported by ex
Congressman Cable, and while the
members of the congressional dele
gation were not advised of it until
today's announcement, they unite in
declaring the appointment most sat
isfactory. It is quite prooaoie, now
ever, that they would have been bet
ter pleased with the appointment of
one of. their own canmaaies.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F.J. Cheney & Co.,Frops., Toledo, OJ
' - ,L. A ait V. r r
ht T m,iiiiir (nr t lie Inst 15 venrs.
and believe him perfectly honorable
. . . .1
In all business transactions anu
financially able to carry out any ob
ligations made by their firm.
West & Truax. Wholesale Druggists,
' Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole
sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
Tioii'a rotarrh Cure is taken idter-
n.iiv aet.inor di recti v unon the blood I
and mucous surfaces of the system. I jt.
Price 75c per bottle. Sold by drug-1
gists Testimonials free. I
i k wmfcx-h?v wmTM'- a i
A Dance Among Easter Kgx That VT on a
Bride For rhilibert of Savoy.
On the wes.ern slope of the Alps a curi
ous Easter custom prevails. It is a uan e
called the "branle." On a level space cov
ered with sand 100 eegs are distributed,
and the youncr, men and young women dance
It is the unwritten law of the locality
that if they succeed in completing the
"branle" without breaking a single ess
they become affianced, with or without the
consent of parents or guardians.
The royal Lady Marguerite of Flanders
was sojourning in the charming district of
Bresae. Shn occupied the ancient castle of
Brou, which was alive with the festivities
proper to the day and the occasion, for serts
and nobles, s. ldiers and priests, headed by
the fair Marguerite herself, had made them
selves ready to receive, with due pomp ai 1
ceremony, P-ilibert, th3 handsome duke of
Savoy, who was in the neighborhood hunt
ing chamois, and who had sent a coiir'-r
announcing Lis intention to visit the cast !e
and pay homage to the beautiful princess
It was Easter Monday. All the old men
shot at butts with their cross-bows for
prizes, all the young, high and low, danced
with the villnge maidets on the creen. The
hundred eggs were scattered according to
custom, and several couples had come to
grief and retired from the laughing ap
plause of the oystanders to clean the broken
eggs from their shoes, when a bugle whs
heard, and Philibert of Savoy, radiant wkh
youth and happiness, appeared on the scene.
Bending his knee before the noble chate
laine, he besought her hospitality. As t!.e
merry making grew more enthusiastic l.e
proposed to his hostess to tread a measure
with him in the ';branleM the dance of the
"How beautiful," says an old French
writer, "they looked as they stepped fcf
ward hand ip hand! 'Savoy and Austria!'
Bhpnted the ci owd. The dance was finished,
nvt an egg waa broken, and the blijjyjj
Marguerite allowed her hand to reina'a
within that of Philibert as ho said, 'L.-t
us adopt" the custom of Bresse.'" Thus
were they affianced, and their marriage took
place soon afterward.
The Sweetest Thing In Life.
A beautiful girl stood alone ia the room.
She held a bunch of Easter lilies in her
hand. But the lilies wereno whiter or sweet
er than she was. She looked into the pure
flowering cup and sighed, but she blushed
a little, too, when she sighed, and that is a
Btgn of great happiness. She pinned the
blossoms in her gown and thought of a
question asked and an answer given the
evening before. Then she smiled ajd
blushed again. She went out. A little way
down the street a young man stood on the
Bteps of a church. He seemed to be waiting
for some one. When the lieautiful gil
came near, he hurried eagerly to meet he
and when he saw the lilies hia fa.ee grew ra
diant, lie spoke to her, and she smiled.
Their eyes met, and together they walked
into the church.
She wore a lovely Easter (town
As in the pew she sat.
And all the latest styles in town
AVean merged into her hat.
Her husband wore a hopeless look
Aa in their home ha sat.
And aa each bill of her he took
- He Eraaed. "Wfcere ua tl
BRAVER THAN A SOLDIER.
How an i:nclishman In Itnssla Kissed Tws
11 1. ud rr U Dirty Mnjlka.
An Englishman in Russia, who was su
perintendent of an iron works, tells a com
ical story of his experience at Easter:
"For a week beforehand," he says, "they
are busy boiling and painting eggs, which
they are to present to one another with a
kiss. The moment the clock strikes 12 the
privilege or 1nance, as the case may be,
commences. Kobody then considers him
self insulted by the combined offer of a kiss
and an egg.
"In a few cases, it may be confessed, the
trouble is a pleasure, but when it comes, as
it did to me, to a long line of several hun
dred workmen mostly engaged in charcoal
burning, in the stoking and poking of fires
and chimneys, and other deeds of darkness,
the poetical and sentimental view of the re
ligious custom is completely shut butand
supplanted by the intolerable annoyance.
"Ono may talk of the Balaklava charge,
the storming of the Redang, and such ex
ploits; think of the nerve that was required
to stand my ground before a bearded and
vodka lorinc Mujik, with cinders in his
beard and chlrcoal dust in the pores of his
skin, a man who had been breaking cal
cined ore perhaps all night and looked like
the doubtful progeny of an African negro
or a red Indian in his warpaint!
"Think of my horror of suspense while
one after anoher a whole regiment of such
smutty objects shuffled up to my place,
each' drawing a dusty sleeve across Lis
sobtylnouth, each diving to the bottom cf
his pocket for the painted egg7 each. taking
off his hat and calling me.dpwp to tfiepu -ishraent
with th"? politest of bows, tVj
most respectful of 'grins, and when iue
first hnndreadjxiss'etfine 300 times' in tue
aggregate to now th'at'another hundred
had to come after trirm'"
A Long; Lane.
Oa Easter day I love to hear
The church choir's glad refrain.
But weeks before, when they rehearse.
I have a deadly pain.
EgB Rollins: on Easter Monday.
The District of Columbia has a manner
of celebrating Easter that is peculiar to it
self. It is the egg rolling celebration that
occurs annually on the "White lot," as the
grounds back of the presidential mansion
are called. Here, on Easter Monday, thou
sands of the city's children assemble, rich
and poor, white and black, baskets of eggs
on their arms and joy in their hearts, intent
on a picnic unknown elsewhere.
The usual method of cracking eggs,
"p'ints" and "butts," is not neglected, but
the feature of the day's amusement is
rolling eggs down hill to try and crack the
eggs of adversaries, cunningly and tempt
ingly laid to invite the fusillade. The Ma
rine band plays for the children, the presi
dent generally gives them a reception, and
the White House children, when thera are
any. join in the sport. Nowhere else on
earth is then such an annual exhibition of
genuine democracy, and probably nowhere
else such grei.: fun.
Easter is now a pascua florid for all
Christian denominations, and few are the
churches that are not brightened by flow
ers on resurrection morning. The florist
has come to consider the day as his especial
harvest and compels everything to bloom
regardless of the natural limitations of the
season. By skillful treatment, involving
alternations between "cold houses," "dark
houses" and "warm houses," plants are
literally forced to blossom on time, and the
result must prove gratifying to those who
enjoy the azaleas, lilies, roses, carnations,
cajnelliaa, pripioses, hyacinths and other
beautiful flowers provided for their de
leotatiah wiWout regard to their natural
season tor blooxnlne.
lie Briefly Relate What the Mild. Agree
able MethoUa of the Mtackhoose Medical
Institute Did in His Ci r S tuck-
house and AHMirlatea 1'ractice None of
the Cruel, I'selesa Itarlmrlty Now Too
"Since takingr treatment at the
Stackhouse medical Institute I feel
like an altogether different man. I
I am better now than I have been in
Such was the simple and straight
forward statement made a few days
ago by Mr, Charles Najrel, a well-to-do
farCtti'r f Ffvjrview, about six
miles west P3V"tnpprt.
MR. CHARLES XAGEL.
'The! Ttpginning of niy trouble
tlates brick to 18X9, said Mr. agel
"and it has grown worse every win
ter until this winter it was of such
a serious nature that I fully realized
thenecessitv of skilled treatment.
About the middle of January I plac
ed mv case in the hands of the
specialists of the Stackhouso Medical
institute. erv soon I began to mi
prove and have been getting better
with remarkable rapidity ever Mnce
lhe most annoying feature, of my
case, was the presence of the obstruct
ing growths, called polypi, in tue
nostrils. These, the specialists
skillfully removed. For four years
I have not felt so well as 1 do now. I
can heartily recommend Stackhouse
Medical Institute to all who are af
flicted." $3 A MONTH
Catarrh treated for $." a month, in
cluding medicines. Charges for all
other diseases very moderate.
Stackhouse Medical Institute,
Permanently located in
Kooiiim IT and 1 S .
(Fh-ft Floor. Take tte Elf vaMr.
Corn r of Bridy tad Third 8:rt?s,
All curable diseases treu'ed w th suc
cess. Specialties: Ec. Ei' Nose,
Throat and Lunes; Ntrvcus D sense".
B!cod Discuses htid Skin Di ei is
fucc-ssfu! 'renttnent fv nitil. Write
for symptom binna. Consul'fctw-n atd'
examination free .
Offic3 Hours -9 tc VI a m . 2 m 4 trnd
7 to 9 p. m .
Sundays 9 to 12 m. odIv
Legislation for Wisconsin.
Madison", Wis., March 31 The bill re
pealing the law exempting private insane
asylums from taxation, was killed in the
senate yesterday. The bill to secure secresy
and purity of ballot was passed. In the
house the women suffrage bill was defeat
ed and a stringent co-employe bill reported
favorably, it provides that contributing
negligence shall bar a damage claim..
Fires and Insurance In London.
The fires in the metroiwlis of London in
1S91 numbered of which 193 were seri-
aus. The lives lost numbered 61, SI of
these having been taken out alive. The
total cost of the brigade was 130,723, or CJ
pence per head of the population. The fire
insurance companies contributed i."27,190.
Property was insured for no less a sum
than iSOC.000.000. Pall Mall Gazette.
A Little Girl's Exosnercs in a L gnthsnie.
Mr. and Mrs. Loren Trescott are
keepers of the (!ov. Lighthouse at
Sand Reach, Mich, and are blessed
with a daughter, four years old. Last
April she was taken down with
measles, followed with a dreadful
cough and turning into a fever.
Doctors at home and at Detroit treat
ed her, but in vain, she grew worse
rapidlv, until she was a mere "hand
ful o-bones." Then she tried Dr.
King's New Discovery and after the
use of two and a half bottles, was
completely cured. They say Dr.
King's New Discovery is worth its
weight in gold, yet you may try a
bottle free at Ha'rtz i Ullemeyer's.
STRENGTH AND HEALTH.
If you are not feeling strong and
healthy, try Electric liitters. If "La
Grippe" has left you weak and weary,
use Electric Bitters. This remedy
acts directly on liver, stomach and
kidneys, gently aiding these organs
to perform their functions. If you
are afflicted with sick headache, you
will find speedy and a permanent re
lief by taking Electric Bitters. One
trial will convince you that this is
the remedy you need. Large bottles
only 50c, at'llartz & Ullemeyer's.
BUCKLEX'S ARNICA SALVE.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum
Fever sores, tetter, chapped hands,
chilblains, corns, and all skin erup,
tions, and positively cures piles or
no pay required. It is guaranteed
to give perfect satisfaction, or money
refunded. Price 25 cents per box.
For, sale by Hartz & Ullenieyer.
STATU OF ILLINOIS, I ...
Kock htjiKD County, f 9'
Iu the. circuit Conrti tn Chancery .
May tuxm A D., 193.
Mary Petersen rt Ernest PetersOD.
Affidavit of noa-residence of Einef"t Peterson
the above defendant, having been fired in tbe
clerk'e office of the circuit court, notice is aereby
given to the tad non-rceident defendant that the
complainant filed her bill of complaint in raid
court, on the chancery euie thereof, on lhe sev
enteenth day or March, lls&.'end that thereupon
a summons issued oat of said ccart. wherein said
suit is now pending, rttrriaol on the flret Mon
day in the mouth of May next, as is by law re-
2uired. Now, unre s yon, the said non resident
efendant above raraed, shall personally be and
appear before said circuit court on the flret day of
the next term tnercof, to be ho'.dea at Rock Isl
and in and for the said cuunty, on the first Mon
day is May next, and rlrad, answer or demur to
the raid complainant's Dill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things therein charged and
Muted Mill be taken as confessed, and a decree
entered auaicst you according to the prayer of
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Ro k Island. Illinois. March IT, 1S33.
Jackson & Hcrst, Complainant Solicitor.
ale of City Pro pert r.
Sealed proposals will be received at the Cjty
Clerk's office'. Rock Ts'.ard, lilinoi, until Mav 15.
1893. at 5 p. to., for thealeof the following
proper; y owned by the city of Rock Island, to
wit: Those certain pieces or parcels of land known
and designated as lots number seven (?) and (10)
In Paul W. Gallup's subdivision of block twenty
four (44) of the Lower addition ofthecityof
Rock Island as by reference to the plat ot said
Lower add t on of the city of Kock Island and
the map or plat of said subdivision rccorced in
'he ctlicefor the r. coidina of deeds in said Rock
Island County will mere f ally appear, situated
in the City of Rock Island, in ihe County of Rock
Island and Stale of Illinois and the building sit
nated thrreon, known as --Franklin iiore
House" and heretofore used by said
city as and for a hose house.
The premises described as follows:
Beirir.nin .' at a oint on the cast line of Kimball
street which is twenty-five (25) feet north from tne
1 oint of its intersection with the north line of Sixth
avenue; fence ea?t parallel withsaii north line
1 1 Sixth avenue one hundred and ten (110) feet;
thence north tarallei with said east line of
Kimball street thirty (33) fret: thence west paral
lel with satd north line of bistb (6 avenue to
said east lme of Kimball street and thence south
on said east line to the place of beginntrg.situated
in tbe city of Keck Island, in the county of beck
Island and state of Illinois. tn1 tbe building situ
ated thorcon known as "ike Gilpin hose honse,"
and heretofore used by said city as and fcr a hose
d that fa'd premises be sold to the highest
ana oesi niuuer inereior.
he city of Hock Island reserves the right to
reject any and all bids.
Dated Rock Island. 111., this 11th day of March,
FOR THE SALE OF FRANKLIN
HOSK HOUSE AND LOT AND THE
GILPIN HOSE HOUSE AND LOT IN
THE CITT OF ROCK ISLAND.
W lie-eas, it is no longer necessary or required
for the use of the city of Roci Island now that
the premises hereinafter described be retaired
by the sa'd city of Kock Island, Thereforer
"Be it ordained by the city council of the city of
Section 1 That a!e be made by said city of
Keck Island of the following described prem
ises: a. Those certain pieces oi parcels of land
known and designated as lots number seven
(7) and teodO) In Paul W. Gallup's subdivision
of block twenty-four (S4 of of tbe Lower addi
tion of lUe city of Hock Island is by refcience to
the plat of sail Lower addition of tbe city of
Reck ls'a? d. and the map or plat of said subdi
vision recorded in the office for the recordins of
deeds In said Kock Island county will more fully
appear, situated in tbe city of Rock Island, in the
connty cf Kock Island ard state of Illincis. and
tbe building sitna'.ed thereonknown ai -KTnklin
hose house" and heretofore .used by said city as
and for a hose house.
b. Tbe prem'scs described as follows:
Beginning at a point cn tbe east line of Kimball
street which is twenty-five (26) feet north from
the point of its intersection with the north line of
Sixta(C) avenue; thence east parallel with said
north line of Sixth avenue one hundred and ten
(110) feet: thet ce north parallel with aaid east
line of Kimball street thirty (30) feet; thence
west parallel with raid north line of Sixth avenue
to said east line of Kimba 1 street and thence
sonlh on said east line to the place of beginning,
situated in tbe city of Rock Island, in the county
of Rock I-land and state or Illinois, and the build
ing situated thereon known as "The Gilpin Uos
House" and heretofore used by aaid cily aa ane
for a hose hocs :
And that raid tremlses be sold to the hiuhest
and best bidder therefor.
Sec. 2 That the city clerk is hereby direc ed
to advertise in the daily or weekly papers pub
lished in the city or Rock Island for at least sixty
(60) days for proposals for the Durchise or said
premises, which proporals aball be opened at the
regular meeting of said city council to be held on
the fifteenth (15) day of May, A D., ISM.
Passed March 6th, 1693.
Attest: RoiirRT KotHLFn,
A new and Coroplete.Trearment, consisting or
Fuppositoriea. Ointment in Capsuls. also in Box
and Pills; A Positive Cure for External. Blind or
Bleedit K Itching, Chronic. Recent or Hereditary
Piles, Fexalc wxsKniMif and many other dis
eases: it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical core ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This Hi medy has never been known
to f ail II per box, for 15 ; sent by mail. Why
suffer from this teniable disease when a written
guarantee is positivry given with bottles, to re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
free sample. Guarantee tesacd try out agent.
JAPANESE L.IVEK. PELLETS
Acts like magic on the Stomach, Liver and Btw
ee ; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness. Fever, Colds,
Nervous Dieordera,SleepleMneM,Loas of Appetite,
restores the complect ion ; perfect digestion fol
lows tbeir use. PoeiUve care for Sick Haaxtacaa
and Constipation. SmalL mild, i asy to take. Largs
Vials of 50 Pills 28 cents.
HARTZ TJLLMEYER Sole Agenw Bock 1st
Estate of Max Gstettenbauer, De-es.-d
Tne undersigned having been a;no:r.te.i .'.
cutrix of the last will andtestameut ot Max j.
tenbaucr, late or the county of Kock Isiiti.:. -of
Illinois, deceased, hereby gives notice
will appear before the countycourt of Hoci !-'
county, at the office of the clerk of sa:,i t i.r:
the city of Rock island, at the Mav t-ro:
the first Monday in May next, a; wb..n t;
all persons having clulnis aca-nst sal.! e:!,te :
notified and requested to attend, for the p;-n
of having the same adjusted. All e-... in
debted to said cstite are requested to rnike
mediate payment to the undersigned.
Dated this 28th dav of Fehruarv. A. T .,,...
Estate of Emanuel M Feaster. Deceased.
The undersigned having been appointed ijc:c
lstratrix of the estate of Emanuel M Ke-
ter, late of the county of Rock Itiacd. s:ste"of
Illinois, deceased hereby gives rotice :ha: br
will appear before the county court of ii.ici K
and county, at the office rf tbe clerk f tS J
conrt, in the city of Rock Island, a: ihf .1 ir;e
term, on tbe first Monday in June A I . M
next, at which time ail pers ns havir.? rl&.ir.
against said estate are not-tied and rs in-r. d :0
attend, for the purpose of having the 'ssiue .
All persons indebted to said i state a- reane
ted to mate immediate pamrnt to i:e r.:r
Dated this C7th dav of Match A. D. 1-ii
MINNIE A. FKASTEB, Admaiisfitrx
ale oe Letters Patent.
By virtue of an order of the conntv cor: cf :Li
county of Rock Island March 11. lsya, made :n
the estate of Chrrles E Piper, deceased, the ni;
dersismed will sell at private sale certain Y:;e-,
patent of the United States, issued to u;d de
ceased. Letters patent fcr Mfflnictn'ir tur it
namo machines. No. 325.9. dated it:. ii
serial No. 130,590; aTso letters patent for i
vanic ba'ttry. No. i49.00 date t Sept si
serial No. 19U.123 1 will sell said letter- tst-r:
to -.be hichest bidder. Win receive n'aii i ijiJ.
for the same at any lime before Apr;! U. nes-.
reset ving the rilit to reject any at 1 a'.l t , , I -
Bock Island, Illinois, March Sit lt:t
Administrator de loni- non of c.-isv . f -si:
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Ihusb CorxTi,
In the circuit eourt, in chancery :
Jobn A- Schell vs. John Schsci I llitjrv
f chalk, heirs cf John Sohack. deceit :
Foreclosure General No. 34:fti.
Notice is hereby tiven that by virt e a
cree of said court entered In the anuvr en:lt.e.i
cause on the lrtth day of r'ebrcarv.A.I. :
on Satuiday. the St U day of April. A . U.l".' :. a: tu
hour of 1 o'clock in the afternoon, a: :h c our:
house, tn the city of Rock Island, in sa t f .t.-.t
of Rock If hind, to satisfy sid decree. '. at p::r
lie vendue to the hichest bidder for casi t!;:.: cer
tain parcel of land, situat; in thecov.Ltvo' C"rt
Island and state of Illinois, known an l de:-i r!l-j
as follows, to-wit:
The north nineteen (19) acres of the i orr'awes;
quarter of the northwest quarter of hection e;r-h
ten (IS) towuship sixteen (ltil ran'e five ,'
Dated at Rock Island, Illinois, this fc-.b iav o'
March, A. D. l;-93. HENRY Cl'RTIf.'
Waster in Chancery. Rock Island County. 1".
Tuohas Brows. Complainant's Srriicitor.
STATE OF ILLINOIS. I
Rock Island t'orsn. f"8
In the county court of said countv 'u tae Vrc.
Term, A. D. 1593.
J. R. Johnston, administrator toifcee'av of
Thomas 15. O'Donneil. deceased, vs W:I;:.sii;
O'Donnell, Patrick O Donnell. Michael L'r.reJ.
Mary Fitzgibbons. James O'Donreil, Marcsre".
O'Donrell, Mary O'Douneil Maurice 1' tte'.i.
Nora O'Donrell. John F O'Donnel!. Jh-'Ci-o'Donuell,
Minnie J. O'Eonuell, and Mary Aui
Afliidav it of con-residence of the s; d Marv
O'Uoncell. John F. O'Donnell. Mainrie riiont.e...
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'Donnell. Maurice A.
O'Donnell. James O Donaell. PatricK ti Dor.ne:'.
and Mary Agnes O'Donnell, having been Ll.d :u
tbe office of the cieik of said county court. oti''
is hereba given to the said Patrick t' Conner.
Mary O'Donnell. Maur ce O'Donnell. John K.
O'Donnell. Macule o'Doniifll. Minnie J. oil":
cell, Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agnes O'Donnell lj
Jamvs O'Donnell heirs of the said T horuas H
O'Donnell. deceased that tbe said am"- K
Johnston. adminUtrator t f the estate of T!:o:na
B. O'Donnell, deceased, filed in the conrtv
conrt on the lTih day of .March, A D. 1'-'. h -petition
making the said Tatrick o'Donnei!. Mary
O'Donnell Maurice O'Donnell. Jobn F. OT"i'
nell, Maggie o'lknn 11, Miunie J. O Oorne'..
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Agues O'D line,!. Janie
O'Donnell, and others, defendants, pray.n 'r
order directing him to sell for the purpose of rav
ing tte debts of said estate the following described
real estate, to-wit :
The eat t half of the northwest qnarter anil tii -.
cast half of the southwest qasrter f section
twenty one (21) township nineteen (l'.n no":;
range three (3) east of tbe fourth tit princ:; a
mej-idan, at es'ablished by the surveyor gei.. r--.
of tbe United elates situa'ed in the counties !
Rock Island and Whiteside as tbe line bet wet. n
thetwosaid count!s having been recently tv."
but subject to the riUt of wav of the KoctfoM.
Rock sladSt. Louis Railway Co . also tlx
following described real estate:
A certain tract or parcel of laud in the north
west quarter of the notthwest quarter of section
twenty-eight (48) in township nineteen V3) north
range three (3) east or the fourth principal me
ridian and described as rollows to-wit:
Beginning two hundred and twenty and eiyLt
tenths (220 8-1') feet east of the corner of ser
tiona iwen'y. (SO), twenty-one, f2I). ieutv eU-h:.
(2S), and twenty-uine (29) in the township afore
said, tbenoe south one hundred and ninny eigt-.t
(98) feet, thence eighty-six and three-four-ns
(S63) degrees, ea-t one hundred tnd tix'y-eigh:
(166) feet, thence north twenty nine and cne
fourth (29') west two hundred and sixteen (2IW
feet to the section line, thence west on tction
line fifty-nine aid one-third (59H fee' to the
place f beg nnine situated fn the town of Canoe
Creek counties of Rock Island and Whiteside and
ttate of Illinois. . ,
That a summons thereupon be issued out of sain
court againsttbe above named defendant", return
able on the first day of the term of said county
court to be held at the court bou'e In sid county
on tbe first MoDday of April A- V ., !W. as is hy
tbe law requirtd. which suit is pending
unless yon appear in said court, on tte tirri day oi
tbe Hay term thereon to be held at the court
bouse in the city of Rock Island, in said co)lf
and state, on the first Monday of May A- 51
and plead, answer er demar. to a petition there
in filed, the same will be taken as cnf"s
asainst yon. and judgment thereon gin-t you
Dated this 18th day of March, A. D. Iw3
UJALMAK KOULKh-, Clerk.
McEaiRT a fccBsiBT Solicitors.