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THE AimUB. TIILTSDAY, APRIL 6, 1893.
Published Daily and Weekly at 1634 Seconl
Avenue, Bock Island, 111.
J, W. Totter,
Tbms Daily Roc per month; Weakly W.uo
pa nan la advance 91 .so .
U coBDinDtcatio:. of a critical or argamenta
Vnm character, political or religions, must hav
rami nana attache! for publication. No such
article, will be printed over fictitious signatures.
4aoynou comnmnicaUns not noticed.
Corrasnoadentc solicit XrKl every township
a ftock Xalacd coary .
Tfyi RSDAY, April 6, 1893.
PENNSYLVANIA has 463 of tlifl J.00Q
post mi st resses in the United States.
The democrats were strictly In It
in Rock Island, Springfield and Chi
The big elephant. Zip", recently
checked his swaying trunk, gave a
great groan and closed his eves in
extensive and cumbersome death.
Several curious gentlemen pried
their way into his stonrach and folind
there a chain, not even partly di
gested, and weighing ninety pounds.
Thus science is enriched by the
knowledge that a chain weighing
ninety pounds is not wholesome food.
The interesting discovery has been
made by a French investigator that
it pays the consumer to throw away
his incandescent lamps after about
two hundred hours'1 service. They
will burn a good deal longer, but that
is the limit of their best illumination.
After that time they gradually grow
dim, and the fault is usually laid to
the current, whereas the current may
be and usually is constant.
The latest theorist whose yearning
ye turns toward the north pole pro
poses to reach the spot by following
the wild animals of the Arctic back
to Symsonia. An explorer with at
firm grasp upon the tail of a polar
bear, urging the animal to greater
speed, would be something new t
science, and, doubtless, in the end.
would add much to the happiness of
the carnivorous bear.
It is said that a movement has been
begun in France looking to the sub
stitution of aluminum for copper in
making small coins. The advantage
of aluminum in point of lightness and
cleanliness are unquestionable. It is
less liable than silver to become dis
colored, and the intrinsic value would
be near the nominal value. The only
serious objection to aluminum arises
from the liability to mistako it for
silver, as the colors of the two metals
Theke was a man in Boston a few
Tears ago who was prosecuted for
stealing 1,000,000 feet of as. lie
.had an emulator in St. Petersburg
who has been detected in the theft of
a few thousand ampheres of elec
tricity, lie had a small factory nex.
to the electric plant and he bored a
hole through the wall and tapped
the wire from the dynamo and drew
off enough current to run an electric
-motor and supply power to his ma
chinery. How Russian justice dealt
with this purloiner of lightning can
xeadilv be imagined.
The Omaha Bee keeps a close watch
on the price of trust securities. It
states that since the first of the year
the shrinkage in the values of securi
ties belonging to companies that are
classed among chief combines for
the monoply of products has been so
great as to attract the attention of
financiers and create the gravest aj-
prehension on the part of those whose
interests are in any manner concerned
in the success of the combines affect
ed. In the coal, sugar, cordage.lead
and whiskey trusts the shrinkage in
the value of securities within the
-time named has been more than
$01,000,000. The greater portion of
this decline has taken place within
the last few weeks. In the case of
the Reading the loss on $40,000,000
of stock is $17,200,000; general mort
gage, $3,000,000. first, second and
third preference bonds, $18,500,000;
total, $40,300,000. Seldom has the
wind been knocked out of bloated
securities at such a rate as this.
Bat the American Sugar Refining
company, or the sugar trust.has not es
caped. On $36,770,000 of stock it has
iost 12 per cent, or $4,400,000, and on
the same amount 'of preferred stock
the shrinkage has been about $1,000,
000. The National Cordage company
has seen its securities dwindle in
value to the amount of $3,000,000,
while Abe National Lead company has
lost $3,000,000. The shrinkage in
the securities of the whisky trust is
placed at $11,900,000. The total
mount of the securities here repre
sented is about $302,412,000 and the
loss in value since January 1 foots up
$64,200,000. This is certainly a
larger shrinkage than the country is
aware of. There is no question but
that the growth of trusts has long
since been on the decline, and as soon
M it is generally known how trust
securities have shrunk during the
past 90 days, the tendency will cer
tainly he to a still further shrinkage.
THE CHILDREN'S LAND.
I know a land, a beautiful land.
Fairer than isles of the east.
Where the farthest hills are rainbow spanned.
And mirth holds an endless feast:
Where tears are dried like the morning dew.
And Joys are many and griefs are few;
Where the old each day grows glad and new.
And life rings clear as a bell.
Oh, the land where the chimes speak sweet and
la the land where the children dwell I
There are beautiful lands where the rivers flow
Through valleys of ripened grain:
There, are lands when armies of worshipers
No God but the god of gain.
The chink of gold is the song they sing.
And all their lifetime harvesting
Are the glittering joys that gold may bring.
In measures they buy and sell;
But the land where lore is the coin and king
Is the land where the children dwell!
They romp in troops through this beautiful land
From morning till set of sun,
Aj)d the drowsy fairies have eweet dreams
ttle tasks are done.
smTOlfrJor power aqu yinto.
The last are first in the
All hearts are trusted, ail
And peace sings "All coes '
For GW walks daily with unveued Kite
or GW walks dally w
In the land where the cmiqrcn Gwem
John Jerome Rdoney.
Ttrn eipvntM stations are A Constant
Source of turning abeAil to absent minded
folk. Those et crowded thoroughfares,
whre t.h?re are stairs not only on, both
Wtfcs of the avenue, but also of the cross
street, prove particularly confusing to
The other day a, young woman not often
in New York stopped at one of these to ask
the guard a question:
"You're on the up town track," he an
swered; "go down stairs and cross the
Down, stairs she went, crossed Twenty
tbiil street and appeared again.
'I told you," repeated the man on seeing
her, "to go down and cross the street."
Thoroughly bewildered, she went down,
recrossed and once more presented herself
before the same guard.
"What ails you?" he cried. "I said go
down and cross the street."
Down she crept, abashed, crossed the
street and climbed the stairs for the fourth
time. As she reached the top she peered
cautiously over. There stood that man.
She gathered up her skirts, and turning on
tiptoe raced down again at the top of her
A little reflection on the curbstone sent
her finally rejoicing across the avenue to
the other track. New York Times.
About Carrying Cue.
"Some persons," said a promenader.
"seem inclined to make sport ot the young
man who carries his cane by the middle
with the head downward. My own impres
sion is that it is a reasonable and sensible
practice. Some people carry canes and um
brellas horizontally nnder their arms, and
some swing them about thoughtlessly to
the danger and discomfort of others. There
are many, however, who carry their canes
carefully in a vertical position by their
sides, and next to these, so far as the public
safety is concerned, I should certainly class
the young man who carries his cane by the
middle. There is little to fear from a cane
so carried, for usually its head or crook is
heavy enough to bring the cane on a line
that is nearer vertical than hor" ital, and
it is almost certain to be carried steadily in
one position and not flouris about.
New York Sun.
Buying Choice Books.
A woman was buying some books. She
seemed to have choice governed by hand
some bindings. She picked up Charles and
Mary Lamb's "Tales of Shakespeare." She
opened it, and in a minute turned to her
companion and said: "See here! We'll get
our teeth cheated out or our heads next.
This book says 'Shakespeare on the out
side, and on the inside it says, 'Written by
She would have none of it. She would
not even listen to the salesman's explana
tion. Teresa Dean in Chicago Tribune.
The Weight of a Dancer's Clothing.
"Do you know what the average weight
of a premiere danseuse s wardrobe is?"
asked Signor Marchetti, the famous ballet
master. "This is it: One pair of silk tights
weighing 4 ounces: 5 ballet skirts, includ
ing tucks, 9 ounces; 1 pair of slippers, 4
ounces; 1 bodice, 8 ounces, the entire outfit
weighing 23 ounces. That isn't much of a
wardrobe as far as weight is concerned, but
it can cost a great deal more than some that
take up every bit of space in a Saratoga.
New York Letter.
Time and Money.
A couple of bachelors were talking about
their forlorn and undouble condition.
"Well," said one, "I should have mar
ried long ago, but I haven't had time enough
to think about it."
"Time?" echoed the other. "Time? Well,
if the adage is true that time is money,
then I haven't had time enough either,"
and they went on their lonely ways de
jected and sad. Detroit Free Press.
His Way of Showing Bis Love.
"You wrong him, papa. He does not love
me for my money. He scoffs at the world's
sordid eagerness for wealth."
"What proof have you, child?"
"Why, only last night he told me he
didn't care if he never was able to make a
penny in his life if he only had me!" Ex
change. Water Like m Sheet of Fire.
Three miles an hour is abont the average
speed of the gulf stream. At certain places,
however, it attains a speed of 54 miles an
hour, the extraordinary rapidity of the cur
rent giving the surface the appearance of a
sheet of fire. St. Louis Republic.
The bayonet is so called because it was
first used, it is said, near Bayonne. A
Basque regiment, having exhausted their
ammunition, placed long knives in the bar
rels of their mnskets and made the original
The man without a purpose is like a ship
without a rudder a waif, a nothing, a no
man. Have a purpose in life, and having
it throw such strength of mind and muscle
into your work as God has given you. Car
lyle. The eyes of hares are never closed, as they
are unprovided with eyelids. Instead,
therefore, they have a thin membrane,
which covers the eye when asleep and prob
ably also when at rest. ...
In passing dishes do not lean against the
back of the chair. See that a dish is so
presented to the one who receives it from
you as to offer the very best place for tak
ing hold of it
Julius Caesar was ashamed of his bald
head, and when it became shiny he eon
ftantly ware a Laurel wreath in the hops of
eon dealing the o tonnity.
A WOMAN INVENTOR.
Various Novelties Evolved From Her
Proline Brain. ,
The most prolific of women inventors
is Mrs. Ella Neilson Oaillard, of Mary
land. Her first invention was an
automatic toy, which she called the
"Irrepressible Conflict," consisting of
an Irishman and a negro engaged in a
fierce contest. Then she took another
field altogether and invented the eye
less needle, now used by surgeons
throughout the world. Then she in
vented the musical top, which,
while spinning, plays a fall
operatic selection. Then came
her folding-basin for travelers, a
folding flat-iron, - then a novel bird
cage chain. Then she got out a musi
cal fountain that plays a tune and
throws a stream of water with such
precision that not a drop ever escapes
to soil the carpet. She made a dress
shield, next a sweat-band for hats.
She outdid herself and invented a car-t1"-hon.
Final'v she dr:T' "
into mechanics and invented a lock,
which enables any one by simply look
ing at the key to tell whether the door
is locked or not, the locking being
registered on the key. Her last inven
tion is a musical paper-weight with a
calendar attachment that looks for all
the world like a stem-winding watch.
the face indicating the day, month and 1
lists In the ltonin of Commons.
One of the fifc peculiarities to strike a
visitor to the bvAAse of commons is the free
dom which permits members to keep on
their bats during the progress of public
business. But this liberty has its limits.
A member may not wear his hat as he en
ters or leaves the house, or when he stands
at the bar, although he may put it on as
soon as he takes his seat. If a colleague
engages in conversation with Lim, be un
covers his head, and so must he of course
when he rises to address the house. An
other requirement is tbt a member must
only make a speech from one of the accus
tomed seats, never fsn t he entrance, the
bar or the gangway.
The same rule is observed when he rises
to order in the ocurseof -debate, but if he
raises a point of owierconowi oing a division
which has lxwn already called he must
keep his seat and peak with bis hat on.
Even the speaker in -such cases does not
rise when he interposes with his rulings,
so that the proceedings assume a somewhat
easy going conversational character. On one
occasion of the kind the late Professor Faw
cett, who then sat below the gangway, was
unable, being blind, to find his own hat
quickly enough. He overcame the emer
gency, however, by borrowing the well
known soft hat of his neighbor, Mr. Joseph
Oowen, which, although it neither fitted
nor suited him. yet served the purpose of
The effect was ludicrous, but not more so
than at another similar crisis when Mr.
Gladstone hastily borrowed the hat of an
other occupant of the front opposition
bench and found it so much too small for
him that be had to hold it on until the
point in dispute was settled. Chambers'
The Late Henry Cavendish.
Whenever Mr. Cavendish entertained his
guests, he would always give them the same
tare a leg of hiutton. A story goes that
one day when four friends were coming it
was asked him what should be ordered for
dinner. He answered, "A leg of mutton."
"Sir," was the reply, "that will not be
enough for five." "Well, then, get two."
said the host. When this gentleman died,
he was the largest holder of bank stock in
England. He owned '1,157,000 in different
pnblic funds, besides freehold property of
8,000 a year, and a balance of 50.000 on
account. This large income was allowed
to accumulate without attention. On one
occasion, when the bankers had in hand a
balance of S0.00O, they thought it well to
acquaint Mr. Cavendish with the fact.
"If it is any trouble to you 1 will take it
out of your hands; do not come here to
plague me." "Not the least trouble to us,
sir, but we thought you might like some
of it to be invested." "Well, what do you
want to do?" "Perhaps you would like
half of it invested?" "Do so, do so, and do
not come here to bother me, or I'll remove
it," was the churlish finale of the inter
view. Cavendish was 73 years of age when
he died in 1810, and he had never changed
the fashion of his dress for 60 years! Tem
A G r-1tt CintrovetV
A great controversy has been agitating
the Milan Philological society concerning
the admission of women. One great and
famous doctor, a leader of the opposition to
women, contended that women members in
the society would be scarecrows to all ma
ture and studious men who seek to be far
from the world and its distractions, while
for young men their presence would be per
ilously attractive. Exchange.
He S dJ-ot Call.
The manwbo tried Dr. Sage's Catarrh remedy
and wes mre of the 5 SOU reward offered by the
proprietors for an incurable case, never called
for his money. Why rot? O, because he go
cured! lie was sure of t wo thing: (1) That his
catarrh could net be enred. (J) That he would
have that 500. lie ia now sure of one thing, and
that is. that his catarrh is gone completely. So
he hoot $500, of course. The makers or Dr.
Sage's catarrh remedy have faith in their ability
to care the worst cast s of nasal catarrh, no mat
ter of how lung eiauding. and attest their faith by
their standing reward of 1500, offered fur many
years past, f . r an incnra'.lc case of this loath
some and dangerous disease. The remedy is
sold by druggists, t only 50 ceots. Mild, sooth,
ing, cleansing, deodorizing, antiseptic, and heal-
For all forms of nasal catarrh
where there is dryness of the air
passages with what is commonly
called "gtuffinp; up," especially when
going to bed, Ely's Cream Balm gives
immediate relief. Its benefit to me
has been priceless. A. G. Case, M.
D., Millwood, Kas.
One of my children had a very bad
discharge from her nose. Two phy
sicians prescribed, but without ben
efit. We tried Ely's Cream Balm,
and, much to our surprise, there was
a marked improvement. We con
tinued using the Balm and in a short
time the discharge was cured. O.
A. Cary, Corning, N. Y.
Fits All fits 6topped free by Dr
Kline's Great Nerve Restorer. No
fits after the first day's use. Marvel
ous cures. Treaise and $2 trial bot
tle free to fit cases. Send to Dr.
Kline, 931 Arch street, Philadelphia,
Pa. For sale by all druggists; call
Mrs. B. J. Row ell, Med ford, Mass., says her
mother has been cured of Scrofula by the oso
of fonr bottles of s w- after having had
much other treat- lJ ment, and being
reduced to quite a low condition of health, as it
was thought she oonld not live.
Cured my tittle boy
of he red
pcared all over hi
year I had
a 9 t,ti
r - 1 -
iry, when finally y
I was "TWi
A few bo ttles eared him, and no
symptoms of the disease remain.
Mas. T. I Mathers, Matherville. Mlss
Our book oa Blood and Skin Diseur- ..
u-urr Mtltsd free.
Such TestimonY as is Gi ron bv Those
Who Are "CuiW r.t the Scott
Catarrh Vollowod by Incipient Con
That neglected catarrh will result
in consumption in many cases has
been abundantly demonstrated bv
the testimony of patients who have
been cured of the hrst disease and
had the second arrested in time bv
the physicians of the Scott Medical
The statement of Mr. Charles Coh
nan, 2016 Second avenue, Kock Isl
and, is indeed an interesting one
Mr. Cohnan savs:
"My disease was contracted
through colds and exposure, and
while it appeared hrst in mv head
and throat, it soon fastened on my
lungs and involved my entire sys
C1IAS. H. COHNAN.
2016 2d av., Kock Island.
"My head and nose were choked
full all of the time. I had terrible
fronial pain over mv eyes, mv throat
was drv and sore and mv cough irri
tating. When the disease extended
to my lungs I had violent pains
through them, changing from one
side to the other. I lost my appetite
and night sweats rapidly wore away
my strength and flesh. Before tak
ing sick I weighed 160 jounds and
gradually failed until my weight was
between 90 and 95 pounds.
"Three different physicians gave
me up to die. I was ordered to go to
Colorado. 1 went. 1 could nanny
return home. 1 lost hope and my
friends would come expecting to hear
I was dead. the doctor ordered all
medicine to le discontinued, as he
said it was onlv a matter of a little
time. Having heard of the success
of the physicians of the Scott Medical
Institute, I wanted to try them as a
"Within a week after commencing
treatment I was able to sit up a little
and within two months I gained in
weight from 95 pounds up to my for
mer weight of 160 pounds.
"I am well and my neighbors and
friends can scarcely believe the re
"This statement is given free and
voluntary. I have received no value
for giving this statement and I have
paid for my treatment tne same as 1
would to any physician."
The above statement given by my
son ia heartily corroborated by me,
and I know the testimony to be'true.
John J. Cohnan.
$5 A MONTH!
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 Brady Btreet, Davenport, Ia.
Ovek American Express Co.
SPECIALTIES: Catarrh, Eye,
Ear, Nose, Throat, Lungs, Nervous
Diseases, Skin Diseases, Chronic Dis
eases. OFFICE HOURS: 9 to 11 a. m., 2
to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.
On Sundays the office .will be open
from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
A. 0. HUESING
Represents, among other time-tried sod wei
known Flrelnearance Companies be f ollowuif :
Royal Insurance Company, of Bneland.
Weacheeter Fire Ins. Company ot . Y.
Buffalo German Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester. M . t
Citiiena Ins. Co., of Pittsburgh, fa.
Snn Fire Office. London.
Union Ins. Co., of California.
SocnritT In. Co., New Erven, Corn.
Milwaukee Mechanics Ins. Co.. Milwaukee. W;
8rman Fire Ins. Co.. of Peoria, 111,
Office Cor, 18th St., and Second Ave
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
"THE OLD RELIABLE."
HAVES & CUEAVELAND
Representing over 40 Million Dollars
of Cash assets
Fire, Life. Tornado.
Employer's Liability IT
Bonds of Suretyship.
OFF1CS Room 21, Mitchell Lynde's block
Sock Island, IB,
tysecure out rates; they will interest you.
J. M. BUFORD,
General . . .
The old Fire and Time-tried Companies
Losses Promptly Paid.
Rates as low as any reliable company ran afford
Your Patronaee is solicited.
- Lumbago, Sciatica,
tame eacK, ac
OR. SMDEN'S ELECTRIC BELT
wm cure without medicine all '-'mi ra ml tine from
3r-xatkm of brain nert forces i exoe. w aorindi
grlll health, etc. Tills electric licit contains
InSfSflw1?! V" " OTer 1 other, Onrrent M
wSJiIifil?3r.vwerpr or.we forfeit at.O00.80, and
ni ?J 1518 abor dtaeaaea or no par. Thou
ben ru,r1.b'r " niarralooiiYn fntioa
SSV remedlea failed. and we inr. lUBdrcdJ
iS!VE!!2i55 r'Ty b t
yor r- jnq elktiuc msrrKsc ET. the
hTuTM?a jr offered weak men, FREE llk .11
uaar a Send for lllua'd famphlet, mailed .sealed, (xea
SANnPM mm .
So. 1 lt Salle 4t I'UICAUO.
Washes sverythiDtr from a fine
silk handkerchief to a circus
tent; Lace curtains a specialty
No. 1724 THIRD AVK.
A. M- & L. J. PARKER.
TVTt)on No 1214
I THE CEIfTlEltfin FUsZWL . M
CUAM. Dorm Dot STAIR. PBEVCKTS St TK1
(tmcccuKV fer l.UC-OKiUl A er 'i.
aw . ..xw"7 r r- -
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I am a Trav'tlng: man ! I'll tell you of my plan.
in spite cf all temptation
I pursue my eld vocation.
tm still a Trav'ling men ! A jolly Fairbank man 1
Arid it's greatly hi fiU crtdit.
Thai he Is a TravMsn fri 1 That he Is a Fairbank man r
Sold by Traveli men and Grocers Everywhere. .Manufactured or.lv bj
N. X. FAIRBANK & CO., Chicago, III.
Estate of James Cox, P-ca.. .-,
The nndersiened having be.-n aptw'nva , -iterator
of the eMu:e of Jain,.' ,, """
of the connty of Rock Inland. w e .r r ' !
ceased, hereby eives notice thr :
before the coniity court of Kcxt . i i '1'
ty, at the office of the cl.-rk of
lactiiT ui rc.M. k i!ianu, ai ii;e .1.,.- .
the first Monday in J-jn'.- rij-. m 1
time all persons baring cla.nis ara r .
tate are notified and reqnt-etvd to a"V
purpose of having the same siHtim ;' ' 'f
sons Indebted to said eftale are t,'--mace
Immediate payment to iheniioir? ,Tt 1
Dated this 22nd davof Mar.-'i. A. D. ;-"!
HENRY I. WUEEI.AX, 4Jtti r . 1 .
alk oe Letters Patxxt.
By virtue of an order of the ccm tve, -.!
junty of Rock Island March 11. -:-ie
estate of Chrrles E I'iper. derra..'"t-c
uemiLmea win pen at private a.e n-:iS;C
ui i. nc tuuru flail's, ISMIPil 'o a t
ceased. Letters patent for a cmnv.irs- T f - -i
narno machine. No. 3C.0. dati d r '.V
serial No. 130,590; a:sn letters paten; t -' j -vanic
ba'terv. No. 34!l.6(Ki. dae i Ser; -ti
serial No. 190.1-23 1 will sell saM j, f.
to the highest bidder. W ill rer-ive n-a-j'ij.
for the ssme at any lime before A;ir: : a"
reserving the riant M r jeet anv ai ! i '
Bock Island, Illinois March -Jii lt-;
WILLIAM , I Ai
Administrator de boni- no:i of i v.- .'. i
STATK OF ILLINOIS.
In the Circuit Court, in Ch"L:i-.
May t;rm A. 1).. Iy3.
Mary Peterson vs Ernest Peters
Affidavit of non-residence of Kine?; ? v.nx
the above defendant, liavinir he-n flit ; :r. ::
clerk V office of the circuit court, noti-e b-m
given to the said non-resident defei. ar.r
complainant filed her biil of compiali.t t
eonrt,on the chancery si'ie thereof. -. ;fc
enteentb day of March. 1SOT. and tin:
a summons issued out of said court. !:en::si
suit is now pending, returnable on the :
day in the month of May next, s ;-1tuw
Suired. Now. unle s you, the :rld ron're-.ic
e fend ant above named, shall iernT. ally rt
appear before said circuit court on t:ie :: cs '
the next term thereof, to be holdvr. a: Ko wV
and in and for the said cuunty. rn tDeir?:S t
day in May next, and pliad. acswer orcectz;
the said complainant's bill of comp :r.T. ;h;i
and the matters and thinus therrin rLrr
stated will be taken as confessed, an-i :-r
entered agaius: von according t tie;rs:
GEORGE W. GAMBI.K Cr-i.
Rock Island. Illinois. March IT. l-'.u.
Jackson A IIn:T. C'3n:p'ai!ian:'s S :
STATE OF ILLINOIS.
KOCK ISLAND ( r"TT. 1
In the county court of said county
term, a. u. ijwi.
J. R. Johnston, administrator to the ; "''
Thomas B. O'l onnell. deceased, T:lc
O'Donnell, Patrick O'Donnell. Michael D
Mary Fitrgibbons. James O'Donrpl':, Vi;"
O'Donnell. Mary O'Donnell Maurice o i'-tu
Nora O'Donnell. John K. O'Donr.e'.'.
O'Donnell, Minnie J. O'Donnell. and !-? Ai
AfUidavit of non-residence of ti e s . d 1U'
O'Donnell. John F. O'Hooneil. Mssr.-ie "'!
Minnie J. O'Donnell. Nora O'Poruei'. :
O'Donnell. James O'Dons ell. Patrick 0
and Mary Asmes O'Donnell. havimr been ':
the office of the Cleik of said county covrt. -'
is hereb given to the said Patrick u ''
Marv O'Donnell. Maur ce O Dorne l. J !"
O'Donnell. Maeuie o'Donut ll, Mitnie ,t. 0,2
cell. Nora O'uonnell, Mary Airnes t IVr.re.: t
Jam.s O'Donnell heirs of the saUl 1h-s'
O'Donnell, deceased that V-e sa !
Johnston, administrator c f the cs'ate
B. O'Donnell, deceased. Hied in t::e '
conrt on the lTih day of March, A P :
petition makins the said Patrick " Dor: e- l
O'Doanell Maurice O'Donnell. Jobu i- Of.
nell. Margie O'Donn 11. Mumie "W
Nora O'Donnell, Mary Aenes o'D.i.i-e , .
O'Donnell, and others, defendant. 1 1 '.v
order directing him tosell for the j . r; j-r
ing the debts of said estate the fjlV u-1 "
real ettate, to-wit :
The ear t half of the northwest ;-'-r iriti j
east hair of the southwest quarter t
twenty one (21) township nineteen
range three east of the fourth i'"".'
meridan, as established by the n:rt. .r -'- ;
of the United btates situu'ed in the o -tj .
Kock Island snd Whiteside as the h'-e
ihe twosvaid count:-e bavins ben "'r'J-' ',;,"
but subject to the rlaht of way of the K- ',-
Kock slaad A St. Louis Railway 1
following described real estate:
A certain tract or parcel of lard i
west quarter of the noitnwest nearer e
wan. -alirli, in .ntt-nfihin Tint'Tfi'tl (
" . J V if.,,, v - 111 . j " II .-u 1 j' . i -
ranee three (3) east of the fuurth y.-c-t-"'
ridian and described as follows ;o-i; . ,.
Uo-4n.;n u.a k,,.wf..,l r.fl TttentV IT-'. r-l"
tenths (SiO 8-1 0 feet east of the ci.rn-r!
tinna Iwenfv. r901-twentv-one. !l. "''' T
(), and twenty-nine 2) in the t w '' 5' U
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nam, 1IICUCC Wllllt uuc iiuiiuicu ..-.v
iiiui . I- .. . - ......... Tf.rt . '-'
1 1 ii 1 1 ct, iueni.c eiu i i . ai.u
Sea) degrees, ea.t one hundred tt.i
16b feet, thence nort.'i twenty i. ue
lounu (V ) wesc iwo nunareu
reel to the section line. tnence'; -; ,0$,
iido nrty-nine ard one-tnira .,x
place fi ueyuiuuK suuhivu in r
Creek counties of Rock Island anJ '
state of minors. , ,..ft:i
That a sommous thereupon be issuea ou'".c
court against the above named defendaa.. JV,
ablo on the first day of the term of 1 K
pnnM m H holif .t Iha Mtirt hoUC IU 9- . .
on the first Monday of April A. D ti
the law required, which salt is IVI' i.
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unless yoo appear 1n said court, on tte ts
me ajar term tnereon to oe
house in the city of Kock Island, in ..j.
and state, on the first Monday of Jia ;
ana piesu, answer or uemar. o i -,ri-
tn Diea, ue same win oe i" -.
acamst yoo, and judgment there' n
Dated this 18ih day of Ma-r h. A ,
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