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TiiE A1IGUS, MONDAY, APhL 3. 18.K5.
Published Pally and Weekly mt 1VU Setonl
ATeone, Rock Island, 111.
J, W. POTTF.K,
.. fWilv Mr rws lixiuthi M eesU V M.00
All eoaimanlcat o: s of a critical or argumenta
tive character, political or reiki ions, must have
real name attached for publ cation. No such
artlalea will b printed over ficticious algnatares.
.-A noyxnous comaiunlcaitnua not noticed.
Correspondence solicited fro . every sowaanip
a Rock Island coamy .
Monday, April S, 1893.
Democratic city-Township Ticket.
For Mayor THOMAS J. MEDILL, JK
For City Clerk ALBERT D. HTJESIXG
For City Treasurer JAMES M. BL FORD
For Police Magistrate H.C. WlYILL
( F O STAASSEN
For Assistant SSupei visors... PAU TUIESEN
For Assessor J R. JOHNSTON
For Collector .........EDWARD BAUERSFELT)
, ... 1 P. SCHLKMMER
roKurncCTii uioiimi: U. A. BALDWIN
i .1. P. LARKINI
For Constables ) E LIEBKRK.NECHT
l or Aldermen.
First WarJ WILLIAM ROTI1
Second Ward FKED 8CHROEDER
Third Ward DANIEL CORK.EN
Foorth Ward :. W. 0. MATJCK.ER
Fifth Ward ROBEHT KU4CHMANN
SUth Ward JJHN EONOSKY
Seventh War.l FE pVAND H. BKIN
The Mit'oniHiiU' stvle of politics
will jo ropmliatoil tomorrow.
The thinl term a)ulitioii will be
effectually ilisposetl f tomorrow.
Let no ilomoorat Wjfloct Lis tlnty
of tomorrow. Vote the straight
The voice of the voting men will he
heard tomorrow and Medill will 1)0
2Sritix5FiELi Register: The Aus
tralian ballot will stop much of the
tine work that has oeen can fed on at
the city elections by the republicans
heretofore. Under the Australian
system; which gives a free tight and
a fair count, the democratic majority
va doubled the first election.
An American paper published in
Paris recently contained the follow
ing unique advertisement: '"A younfj
man of agreeable presence, and de
sirous of petting married, would like
to make the acquaintance of an aged
and experienced gentleman who
could dissuade him from taking the
What promises to be one of the
greatest attractions at the world's
fair is the Ferrig revolving wheel.
It is to be a stupendous affair, a
steel wheel between seven and eight
hundred feet in circumference, sus
pended on a forged steel axel 33
inches in diameter, 45 feet long and
weighing 6G tons, between towers of
masonry ad steel nearly two hun
dred feet high. The great wheel
will resemble two immense bicycle
wheels, on the rims of which will be
suspended 3G cars resembling rail
way coaches, for the accommodation
of those who desire to enjoy the sport
and take a bird's eye view of the
grounds and city.
One day last week a southern sen
at6r called upon President Cleveland
when the following conversation
took place: "We are now in the ma
jority in both ends of the capital,"
said he to the president. "Suppose
that a majority of the representa
tiyes of the people of this country
pass a silver bill, will you veto it?"
"I shall Teto no bill," replied the
president, "unless there are consti
tutional reasons for doing so."
There can be no constitutional
ground for vetoing a silrer bill," the
senator urged, "A bill against
which there are no constitutional
grounds," replied the president,
will become a law, either with or
without my signature. I shall not
Making Money at Last.
"Very original man very original In
deed," he said, in commenting on an ac
quaintance. "He has some of the cleverest
"Regular genius, is he?"
"Tea, Indeed, lie writes well and gets
some of the most unique conceits you ever
heard of. His work will attract attention
"And, like other geniuses, I suppose be
has had a hard time of it?"
"Well, I should say so. Many a time he
has not had money enough to buy what he
needed to eat. But he's all right now."
"Making money, is he?"
"Lots of it. His struggles are over and
he has a certainty now."
"What particular line of literary work is
he engaged In?"
"The only really paying line, he says.
He's writing advertisements for a new
brand of soap." Detroit Free Press.
Thereby Bangs a Tale.
And to. from boor to hour, we ripe and ripe.
And then, from hour to hoar, we rot and rot.
And thereby hangs a tale."
And truly, "'lis a tale of woe," of oae who had
a catarrh in the head for many years, and who
really had been "rotting" from hoar to hoar, un
til Dr. Sage's Catarrh Bemedy came to bin no
tice. He nsed it at first with slight signs of re
lief, bat he persisted until a pennant nt cure was
effected, and thi world was again pleasant to
live la. From his awful suffering he was set free
by the expenditure of a few dollars in that incom
WIT AND HUMOR.
Whatever may be said of a sweet
heart she can't be too good to be true.
The man who has nothing to boast
of usually makes up for it by boasting
of himself. Galveston News.
Every unmarried woman says she
wouldn't stand it, and every married
woman does stand it. Atchison Globe.
Mr. Hownow Miss Passee, what is
vour opinion of the coming man? Miss
Passee That he is very, very slow.
"I have mistaken my calling," said a
young man who had deliberately pro
voked an antagonist to show four aces.
A widow is one who has buried her
husband; a grass widow is one who
has simply mislaid him. St. Louis
Reggie Van Harding' has been ex
pelled from the club. Ferdie Why?
Reggie He was getting too beastly
bwainy. A". Y. Herald.
Husband Everything in this house
is out of place. Been having an earth
quake? Wife I've been putting things
in order. Ar. 1'. Weekly.
"And so vou think heaven is like
Boston?" "Well, 1 did think so, but
you know Boston has improved a
great deal in the last twenty years."
Ella What makes you think he loves
you? Did he say so? Ida No: but
lie hugged me. That is a roundabout
way of letting me know it, Brooklyn
Crummer I see you are having the
roof of your ilats mended. Landlord
Yes, I had to attend to it. The rain
becran to leak into the janitor's room.
Priscilla (at the piano) I just sim
ply dote on Bach! Her cousin (with a
far-away loos) So do I; but it's too
late for that. Pilsener's good, though.
Higgle Some politicians seem to
rule their followers with a rod of iron.
Spiggler Yes, it looks that way, but
in reality it is a rod of steal. Detroit
Teacher I am glad to see you work
ing so diligently at your writiug les
son. Little Boy Yes'm; I want to
get so I can write my own excuses.
"I never could understand why
Henry VIII. was called "Bluff King
Hal,'" said Watts. "I should think a
man with six queens had no need to
bluff." Indianapolis Journal.
"These people," soliloquized I lard
up, "who talk about letter writing be
ing a lost art should make the ac
quaintance of the persons to whom I
owe money." Buffalo Exjreiis.
"Are these cigars strong?" asked
tho man of the cigar dealer. "Are
they?" replied the latter; "well, you
ust try to pull on one and you'll'see
if they are." Philadelphia Record.
Diner Waiter, I find I have just
money enough to pay for the dinner,
but it leaves nothing in the way of a
tip for yourself. Waiter Let me add
up the check again, sir. A". Y. Herald.
"How does Editor Scrabbleton man
age to get such a reputation for orig
inality:"' -He waits till all the other
people have expressed their views and
then disagrees with them." Washing
Woman What a shocking coat.
Tramp My dear madam, while I am
no great respecter of conventionalities
1 cannot bring myself to make an elab
orate toilet until after dinner. Detroit
Littie Sadie Oh, Uncle Harry, Miss
Brown and Mr. Swift are in the par
lor, and she has her head on his shoul
der. Uuple Harrj- That's all right.
She has a lien on him. Kate Pietd's
What are Gladstone's fame and gkry
to him now? Naught but a hollow
mockery, in the estimation of Dr. De
pew, for hasn't the g. o. m.'s physician
put an absolute embargo on banquets?
tit. Paul Globe.
Native See that young man over
there? He has saved sixteen persons
from drowning. He plays the time,
too. Visitor O, well, a man who has
saved sixteen lives has a right to play
a flute. A". Y. Weekly.
When a woman clinches her teeth,
sbnts up her tists, and remarks in a
concentrated voice, "1 wish I was that
man's wife for about live minutes," it
is mighty lucky for "that man" that
she isn't. Texas Siftinga.
"I see by the papers that your friend
Longwate is meeting with great suc
cess as a writer of wholesome advice
to young men." "Yes, and I'm glad
of it. The poor fellow has failed in
everything else he ever tried." De
"Here is a piece of bread, poor man,"
said the farmer's wife to the tramp.
"Thank yer. mum," Said the tramp,
"but I cannot accept it of yer. My
physician says I mustn't eat anything
but beefsteak or pumpkin pie."
Figg (reading the programme) Six
months are supposed to elapse between
the second and third acts. Fogg(whose
ears have been outraged by the excru
ciating strains of the orchestra) Is
that all? It seems a good deal longer
than that- Boston Transcript.
Manager Ah, yes; I remember you
now. You are the song-and-dance
soubrette who wishes to join my com
pany. What is your compass? Ap
plicant If you refer to my voice.why,
it!s only two octaves, but I can kick
over nineteen. Cincinnati Gazette.
Mrs. Jones was telling Mrs. Smith
that her husband intended giving her
an insurance policy. "O, that's noth
ing," replied Mrs. S. "My husband is
going to give me a f 1,000 bond, and
he has cut all the coupons off so that I
won't have any trouble with it."
Visitor Do you think it possible
that a pardon may be procured for the
poor man? His offense was not great,
and further confinement will kill him.
Warden I'm afraid it is impossible.
The crime he committed was not suf
ficiently atrocious to interest the pub
lic in uis case. itarper's uazur.
"John." she said, "there's nothing
that I enjoy more than reading the
last words of great man. I wonder
what your last words will be?" "Ma
riah," he replied, "the last word is
something that I never expect to
have."- And this was the first time on
record that he got it. Washington
The large-boned domestic with a
broad, thoughtful brow answered the
bell with a tin de sieele. promptness.
"Marj-." remarked the mistress, "did I
hear you say lo n man in the kitchen
that you wouid marry him?" "You
did. mem." "Was it the same young
man I heard you say you would marry
the night before, Mary?" "It was not
the same, mem. I would remind you,
mem. that servants is human beings."
It fell to the lot of a young man in
this town to attend a funeral the other
day. He did not know any of the
members of the afflicted family, but it
was his business to be at that funeral
and he went. The services, which
were held in the family residence,
were fairly under way wheu the young
man arrived, and, much to his embar
rassment, the butler insisted upon
leading him to a seat very close to the
coilin. After the service the menial
accosted the stranger as he was leav
ing the house. "Beg pardon for put
ting you where I did. but I had to," he
said." "How was that?" asked the
yfJtinjj man. "Well," said the butler
apologetically, "you see I didn't know
you, and we have to be careful. There's
a lot of valuables in this house. So
people we didn't know we put away tip
in front. Nobody would do nothing
wrong silling alongside the deceased."
-A'. !". Tunis.
deafness Cantot be Ctrcd
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one w:iy to cure deaf
ness, ami that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness is caused by an
inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the eustachian tube. When
this tube gets inflamed you have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hear
ing, ami when it is entirely closed
deafness is the result, and unless the
inflammation can be taken out and
this tube restored to its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed for
ever; nine cases, out of ten are caused
by catarrh, which is nothing but an
inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of deafness (caused bv
catarrh) that cannot be cured bV
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for cir
F.J. Cheney & Co.,Props., Toledo.O.
JBaSold by druggists, 75c.
f a Bogus white lead
KnCIIQ would have no
& sale did it not
afford makers a larger profit than
Strictly Pure White Lead.
The wise mas is never persuaded to
buy paint that is said to be "just as
good " or " better " than
The market is flooded with spurious
white leads. The following analyses,
made by eminent chemists, of two of
these misleading brands show the
exact proportion of genuine white lead
they contain :
Misleading Bran 1
" Standard Lead Co. Strictly Pure White
Lead. St. Louis."
Materials Proportions Analyzed by
Rarytcs Ssl.Stt tier cent- Regis t'hauvcuct
Oxide of Zinc &1.1S per rent. A ISro..
White Lead G.4ti per cent. St. Louis.
Less than 7 per cent, white lead.
' Pacific Warranted Pure A White Lead."
Material Proportions Analyzed by
Sulphate of Lead 4. IS per cent. Liiloux & Co,
Oxide of Zinc 45.01 per cent. New York.
Burylcs fiO.OS per ceUU
No white laad in it.
You can avoid bogus lead by pur
chasing any of th2 following brands.
They are manufactured by the " Old
Dutch" process, and are the standards:
" Southern" " Red Seal "
" Collier " " Shipman"
For iale by the most reliable dealers ia
jf you are going to paint, it will pay you
to send to us Tor a book containing informa
tion that may save you many a dollar; it will
only cost you a postal card to do so.
NATIONAL LEAD CO.,
1 rtroadwey. New York.
State and Fifteenth; Streets.
Washes everything from a tine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtain a speialty
No 1724 THH aVK.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER,
ask for the GERTS, LUMBARD & CO.,
Chicago-Made Brushes, and insist on get
ting them. See our name on the handle
none other genuine. Our brushes are the
Best Made Best Materia!
of any manufactured in this country.
Gerts, Lumbard & Co.,
A Natural Food
Conditions o f
the system arise
foods cease to
b u i 1 d flesh
there is urgent
need of arrest
ing; waste assistance must
come quickly, from natural
is a condensation of the life
of all foods it is cod-liver
oil reinforced, made easy of
digestion, and almost as
palatable as milk.
Prepared by Scott A Bown. N Y. All drorita.
To the People of Rock Island,
M. R. MOSES,
One of the oldi-st Optician of Chi
cajo, and has the latest inon.
tions for treating young and
old. who has haif 24 yoars"
experience, will be
- at the
Roams 8-54, commencing
SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 1893
and will be pleased te be consulted by
his old patientsand others in regard
to defective eyesight.
Sufferers from Imperfect Vision
will find certain relief by trying the
Professor's new system of adjusting
glass, as the following testimonials
These are a few of his many hun
dreds of testimonial he has received
during his 24 years of practice.
On account of other engagements
Prof. Moses can be consulted at the
Harper only Saturdays, Sundays and
CiHcriT Cmrk's OrrwE,
Henry CorKTt, 111. f
CiiBR'ntE, Karen 16, IS'.tS-To whom it may
concern: Prof. M. IL Mows, optician, of Chica
go, fitted for oca pair of glares In 1SS2, which I
nsed almost continually for five ycais hen I
had the misfortune to lose them.
I have now puiebascd of him a pair ot specta
cle end also rope pU8 with which I am well
nlcased. I repard l'n f . Mores a thorough opti
cian and recommit d him to all in need of optical
good?. L. IL raTTEK, Clerk.
Geseseo, 111, Karen 4, 1893. Prcf. M. R.
Moaes fitted my cj cb ju three years ago and I
never expended any money to better advantage
in my life. Sly gUmcs have been worth hun
dred of do'.krj to me, wheteas before I had been
troubled a great deal with head :che, a depre-sed
leenng. a ceire to cio?e eyes. row lean read
and write with pleasure. I kindly recommend
that all who are suffering with defective evesight
or headaches will receive ere at satisfaction bv
conpu'tirir Prcf. M. II. Moses. 1 remain yoina
re?pecuuiiy, James L, ooBarrr.
Gknksko, 111., Feb. 26, 1893 When Prcf. Moses
was here three years agro I was greatiy troubled
with my eyes. He fitted me a pair of glasses :
they proved very satisfactory. They strength
ened my eves to much that I seldom wear them
bow. If jou need glasses yon will 00 well to
consult tne protereor. .Mb, if . moket.
Paha, 111., Jan. 23, 1S81 To whom it may eon
cern: I will say with the grsateet astonishment
and most grateful t backs, that Prof. M. K. Moses
nave my wire the most perfect tatieiacMon in
aoectacles of any doctor I ever knew. Thirty
eight tears ago she lo her lye-tuht and could
not dittinguiKU anyone she knew at a distance of
10 feet, anil could not read for 10 years, and I
lave been spending intich money with docters
for spectacles, bat row she is satisfied. All who
nave weak ordeiormea eyes win reap ncn satis
faction by consulting Irof. Mosea. With best
wishes to all, I do not think that Doctor M. K.
Mosea can be excelled. Kespectlully yours,
A sew and CompleteTreatment, consisting of
poppositorie. Ointment in Capsnls, also in Box
and Pills; A Positive ton forJCxternal. Blind or
Bleeding- Itching, Chronic. Iteceni or Hereditary
Plies, Female wxaenesses and mtny other dis
eases; it is always a great benefit to the general
health. The first discovery of a medical cure ren
dering an operation with the knife unnecessary
hereafter. This K reedy has never oeen known
to fat . 13 jer box, S for 5 ; sent by mall. Why
suffer frooJtnis terriable distase when a written
guarantee fa positivly given with 6 bottles. 10 re
fund the money if not cured. Send stamp for
frtns a&ma'le. Guarantee uscd by oar ajfeat.
JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS
Acta like magic on the "tomach. Liver and Bw
es; dispels Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Fever, Colds,
Nervous Diaorders,81ueplessness,Losa of Appetite,
re to res the complectioa; perfect digestion fol
lows their nae. Positive core for Bick Bbadacbi
and Constipation. Ismail, mild, 1 asy to take. Largs
Vial of M Pilla 28 cents.
BAKTZ A ULLMKYEB Sole Areola Kock Ifl
i am a Trav'Iinjr muua ! I'll tell you of my plan.
In spite of all temptation
1 pursue my old vocation.
Tin still a Trav'llnjt man ! A jol'.y Pairbank man!
For he himself has said it.
And It's greatly to his credit.
That he is a Trav'lirro; man I That he is a Fairbank man !
Sold by Traveling men and Grocers Everywhere. Manufactured on!
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, III.
NothingSucceeds like Success
Only one Word Necessary The Im
portant Word "Cured" Scott
MISS M A V IIOTTMAN, CAMBRDGE, IILL.
A statement of the above cases
will appear as soon as possible.
A 00 imsy to either write tiiem up or
steal an "Ad" from a Chicago paper.
lr. Wilson wishes to state here
that no case will be accepted for
treatment where a complete cure can
not be given.
$5 A xMOXTH!
All patients will be treated until
cured for $5 per month. This in
cludes consultation, examination,
treatment and medicine for all
patients and for all diseases.
221 Itrady street. Davenport, Ia.
Ovek Americas Express Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh. Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases. Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 to S p. m.
On Sundays the oflice will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. .
Lame Back, etc
DR. SANDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
With Electro-Magnetio SUSPENSORY
im j mprovement 1
vrm cure without fm-rilrlne ail )nkuM resultlns- from
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errtion. a nerxrvus debility, sleeplearaeas, languor,
rbcumatuan. kidney, lirer and bladder complaints,
lame back, lumbago, sciatica, all rrmak' complaints,
general ill h.-allli. etc. Tiiis electric lielt contain
wadrrfai lapntnnb orer all others. Current Is
instantly felt y wearer or we forfeit CLO0O.QU, and
wiUcure allot tho above dieeases or no par. Ttaou
S?.nd".ttaT.L "ml.b' this marvelous Invention
after all other remedies railed, and we a-ira hundreds
of testimonials in Itai and every other state.
J0i,J', lmVrr ELEtTKlC BlSPFCiBT. the
frreatest bona ever onVri w-ir . & u . i. 1 -1
Et'J!!" " A"1 V,r,rTV.R,,"ta wfAKiSTfckDIe ttO te
V00ar Bend for lilus'd HamuUlet, nuuled.aeaied. fxea
f A &j rt w . . . -
So. 1C La Salle St., CHICAUO, ILL.
LAEOR. TIME, MONEY
Use it yon own way.
It if- tlir- bett Soap made
For afrhiufc Maehin- uee.
tYARHOCX & RALSTON.
So'd evenrwberi .
Estate of Jauit s Cox. Dt ccas.i
Tho tinders iirced having been ai t,., r-,
istrator of tin- estate of J,;.;,..",
of the county of Kock Iflaml. u ei.rr
ceased, hereby gives notice thv le
before the county court of IWk . .
ty, at the office of the clerk rt -hV
the city of Kock Island, at the .Jrr.
the first Monday in Jnm- rev 1
time all persons having claims a-i , .
tate are notified and requested toW,.
purpose of having the same a.s iu-T-
sons indebted to said estate are r.
mane immediate payment to the ini.ii
Dated tnis 22ml darof Mireh, A. V).
HENRY 1. WHEEL AN. AdmV
gALE oe Letters Patfst
By virtue of an order of the crrt tv c -county
of Box k Island .Vnrth il V.
the estate of Chi rlts. E l'iper. lwea-7-' "i
dersiirned will sell t private tale ct'-t
patent or the United State. issued
ceased. Lettf rs patent r,,r u commi:tt, r '
namo mac!iin a. No. 32S.sr.. dateti
serial No. 1;0,5.0; aiso letters paten' i
vanic ha'tery. No. 31!,tvn, d.i'e 1 -ep '
serial No. 1WU23 I nil: ell sa'd n.
10 .11c mfuKi uiuuer. w 111 receive
for the same at any time before ji.ri
reserving tbe riant to rei it anv a: d f '
Heck Island, Illinois, Si irch ail 1-,'
. , , , , WILLIAM J A K-
Adminlstrntcr de boni- nin of t:..v
state of Illinois i
Kock Island c'ocstv, f ts-
In the Circuit Court, in Cta"r."c rv
May t.rm A. 1)., ijh.
Mary Peterson vs Ernest Peterson.
Affidavit of non-residence of EiseM I". -. rni
tbe above defenUanr. havine Ikmti f : :'r. -rider
V office of the c.rcuil court, notice : nrrtSv
given to the said nnii-residcrt difen.i it.- ,a'
coinptainsnt filed her bill of ootnpla:!:' :a ,ui
court, on 'he chancery side thereof. 1 :! , 7.
entecntu day of March, W and that tin r u ,
a snmmona iued out of said court, who-, :;; 4 i
suit is now pendina, returnable on the fir-: V. '.
day in the nioLth of May neit. ns is I v u re
quired. Now. utile 8 J on. the said r i -:.-.
defendant above named, shall pero:.a:'y V;.:. :
appear before sa;d circuit court on the ;
the next term thereof, to be hoMcr. a- K.-.k'ls'.-and
in aud for tbe said cuunty, c.n tLeilr-y :.
day in May next, ar.d plfad. answer or :etn-.r:-
the said complainant's bill of comp.ai-.t.-h-.- st
andi the natters aud thiegs therein 1 L.ri-. , ,:..!
stated will lie taken as confessi .!. im : a .iecrt
entered ai-ainst vou accoriiii:: to ie'ra.er
GEORGE W. GAMBLE, f.i.-k.
I?o k Ishind. Illinois. March IT. l'.'J
Jackson Hr-iivr. c ln.piainatr.' s . e.- :
STATE Or' ILLlNolsT
KOI'K ISLASI) I'OfSTT. f " '
In the county court of said county M-.! e M-.-C2
Term, A. D.
J. R. Johnston, administrator tv the
Thomas 11. O"tonneil. deceased, v- V; ;:ia
O'Donncll, Patrick O'ltonnell. Michael V -nzt :..
Mary Fitzgibbons, James Doi.nei!. V.i:.:ire:r.
O'Donoell. Mary U'Dunceil Maurice ii li 'tjie!..
Nora O'Donreil. John F u'Dni.t , '. Mi.v
o'Donnell, Minnie J. o'Donne'.l, at:d .V .- .t:.
O'Uonnell. Afiiidavit of non-residence of the s:, : J!:)'
O'Donncll. John K. ti'Donneil. Matv'e 1 ''I- i.t.eli.
Minnie J . O'Donnell. Nora O'Dor.m-; . V i ;r:ce A.
O'Donncll. James O'Donnell. Patrics 1. .
and Mary Agues O'Donnel!. having 1-een t:A :
the office of the cietk of said county co'in. No:c
is herebr given to the s.ihl Patr.ck n !
Mary O'Donne'.l. Manr ce i Pot ne::. J h". r.
O'Donnell. Maggie irDome 11. Mitini- .' o D
nell. Nora O'ljonncl!. Mary Agnes t I',-:
Jamm O'Donnell heirs of the sa d i h
O'Docnell. deceased that tae said
Johnston, administrator f the es'ate f 'i -
B. O'Donnell, deceased, flled ia tt.e ' ,:
court on the 17:h day of Varrii, A D i
petition making the said Patric k o'IViv e ... M-".v
ODonnell Maurice O'Donnell. Join: K. 1 1 'I
nell. Maggie t.'iU nu II. Minnie .1. 'U-: nr...
Nora O'Donnell. Mary Agnes o'D.t.t e.'. .!:nnt
O'Donnell, aud others, defendaLts. pr . ::.-' '?'.
order dlreciicg him to sell fort'ie pi::;,-'' ' f ;
ing the debts of said estate the foliow.cg -it -cr :
renl estate, to-wit : .
The ea:t half of the northwest ij'vir: r at, : :. -cast
half of the soulhivest q'.itrter t sect:':.
twenty one (21) township riue:eiii ti-1 :
range three (o east of the fourth '4' i ' '',
meridau, as es'ablisbed ny tbe ti:rvey.'r z.?i
of tbe I' tilted states siira'cd in the co.:n:."
Kock Island end Whiteside as tbe lite '"
the two said count!s having Imm 0 te :.:. r.:
but subject to the ribt of way of the H"
Itock 'slnad ,t St. Louis Kaiiway . 1-" -'
loilowing described real esta'e:
A certain tract or par-el of latnl ;u t:i.- t.
west quarter of the noitliwest iU;irtv."" -"
twenty -eight tiS) in towrsLip Lineteet! . 1
range three (tf) east of the fourth I -ri: I
tidian and di scribed as follows :i i" :
Beginning two hundred and twenty ;
tcntbs yiM 8-1 1) feet ca.-t of the ceii-n:
tions twenty, (2d), twenty -one. (21). t ' ' '
V2r-), and Iw-enty-nine (2U) in the tow:.-!. a:
said, thence south one hundred ai.d n"-. ' '
feet, thence eightv-siv and hr": '
tt(i) degrees, ea-t one huinlreJ aul '-'-
tlo.-i leet, thence nortn twenty urn--fourth
(2!ii4) west two hundred ar.d -Jt
feet to the section line, thence K
Hue fifty-uiue atd or.e-tliird l.V.'S' '
iri . ne-
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inu-, -1 ut uuiiii; -iiuniru in nit ,
l'M-ek counties of Keck Island aiidWL.testie
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state of Illinois.
That a summons thereunn be issued
court against the above named octeti-iai- -.
court to be held at the court bouJc m -d c"-h'-on
tbe first Monday of April A.V.. I-'-' .
the law requirtd. which uit is pet.oi-' t ' ,
unless you apnear in said court, on -
Il W-.iv tnri.i tli.-ronn in ho held at "here
bouse in the city of Kock Isiami. m ss J "
and state, on the first Monday of Viy A. i';
and plead, answer or demur, to a p:.". ::r
In filed, the same wiil be taken as e. i. -against
you, and Judgment there-, n a.M :
Dated this lSih day of Ma-ch, A. V. I".
H.IALMAK KOilLiiH. C.e-
Mi Enuiv a .1 cKmby telicitor-.
Mad-' fro-n any old photo, executed :u c
aitistic workmanship :
iUliible Pnotogtaphfc Istablisbent
Cabe' Satisfamloo auaraatee-